Students will work their way around the room using QR Code Clues!This QR Code Scavenger Hunt asks students to locate synonyms for 10 different Grade 4 ELA Module 4 Lesson 1 words. Students can work independently, in pairs, or as small groups.Hang the clues around the room and students will use/solve the clues given to move to the next card.
If you are looking for a way to incorporate more writing into the NYS Grade 4 ELA Modules then this product is for you! This task is designed to be used with "The Keeping Quilt". Students will be guided through a graphic organizer to get started with the writing process.
Scrambled Paragraph Writing Activities: Mini Unit~ No Prep Printables! Students use clues to assemble these 8-sentence paragraphs. Cut 'n' paste activities and additional practice lessons help students learn how to write their own logical, organized paragraphs. Fun, easy, and ready to go! #paragraph #writing
FREE EXPOSITORY WRITING LESSON PLAN - Writing a Descriptive Paragraph: This expository writing lesson is student directed because it guides the students through the process of writing a descriptive paragraph, up to and including grading their own final paper before turning it in for teacher evaluation.
This January Calendar reviews content from Engage NY 4th Grade Module 3 topics G - H along with Module 4 Topics A - B. All answers are included and it is in Word Format so you can edit as needed. ***This would also be a great extension for gifted 3rd grade students or to cover gap areas for struggling 5th grade students. ***I created the homework calendars to use instead or as supplement to the Engage NY Math Modules.
WHAT IS TEXTUAL ANALYSIS? CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS. The ELA CCSS require students to learn how to read texts carefully; This is a self-contained unit on textual analysis. Everything you need is here. Included: ➢A small excerpt, having to do with science, from Tocqueville's Democracy in America. ➢Suggestions on how to read the text at different levels. ➢A breakdown of the excerpt sentence by sentence with writing prompts ➢Group and individual Qs AND MORE $
Making Inferences: Differentiated Reading Passages and Questions- 10 Reading Passages with questions and answer keys. Three different levels for each passage so your students can practice inferring. By Kristine Nannini