Rachel Terlop

2019 Henry Ford Innovation Nation Teacher of the Year

Social Emotional Learning and Facilitation Coach

Early Childhood B.S.Ed & M.A.T. and RYT-200

DISTANCE INSTRUCTION RESOURCES

Use the resources provided above for home-based instruction from March 16 - April 10. Continue to check Class DOJO for more information, videos from Mrs. Terlop, and invitations to ZOOM calls for distance learning.

You are loved and missed dearly -  we will learn together, although we are apart! 

Lessons for April 13 - 17, 2020

1.

Researchers use the table of contents to find the answers to their questions. 

I can partition shapes/pictures into four equal parts. (fourths)

2.

Researchers can use the internet to help understand about a topic: PebbleGo, National Geographic

 

Researchers think about an interesting title that will make readers want to read their book.

 

I can represent fair share through pictures.

3.

Researchers ask questions about a line of interest.

 

Researchers revise and elaborate by using partner sentences

 

I can represent fair share through pictures.

4.

Researchers use close observation to learn new information.

 

Researchers invite partners to ask questions to help fill in missing information

 

I can demonstrate what I know about fractions on a unit assessment

Needed: Hershey’s Bars

5.

Researchers talk with partners to help each other develop questions to research. 

 

Writers use diagrams and labels to show different parts

 

I can demonstrate what I know about fractions on a unit assessment

Lessons for April 27 - May 1, 2020

1.

 Race and Culture

 

Data Collection morning Work

 

The Skin You Live In by Michael Tyler 

Critical readers notice stereotypes in text and illustrations

 

Researchers publish by re-writing their stories in final paper form.

 

Analyze graphical representations using the terms more, less, fewer, greater than, less than, and equal to

Needed: Trail Mix Ingredients 

Create the bags - deliver them

2.

Let’s Talk About Race Julius Lester 

Readers explore perspectives that are included and those that are absent. 

 

Researchers publish by re-writing their stories in final paper form.

 

Analyze graphical representations using the terms more, less, fewer, greater than, less than, and equal to

Needed: Trail Mix Ingredients 

Analyze data!

3.

Whoever You Are by Mem Fox 

Readers explore advantages and disadvantages of characters. 

 

Researchers publish by re-writing their stories in final paper form.

 

Interpret graphical representations to inform decisions 

Voting and make adjustments to routines

4.

Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman 

 Readers decide whether or not to accept the messages of the text. 

 

Research Presentations

 

Interpret graphical representations to inform decisions

5.

 Theme overview: Critical Literacy

 

PUBLISHING PARTY for 1st Research project (animal projects).

 

Interpret graphical representations to inform decisions

Lessons for April 20 - 24, 2020

1.

Unit 8 Critical literacy: Friends

 

How to Lose All Your Friends by Nancy Carlson 

Critical readers notice stereotypes in text and illustrations

 

Researchers stretch their words out to listen and record all of the sounds.

 

Data Collection Morning Work

 

Collect and organize data to answer questions - Represent data using tables, picture graphs and object graphs

2.

Enemy Pie by Derek Munson 

Readers explore perspectives that are included and those that are absent. 

 

Researchers use word wall words.

 

Collect and organize data to answer questions - Represent data using tables, picture graphs and object graphs

3.

The Recess Queen by Alexis O’Neill 

Readers explore advantages and disadvantages of characters. 

 

Researchers use close observation to learn new information

 

Researchers use punctuation.

 

Collect and organize data to answer questions - Represent data using tables, picture graphs and object graphs

4.

My New Friend is So Fun by Mo Willems 

 Readers decide whether or not to accept the messages of the text. 

 

Researchers talk with partners to help each other develop questions to research

 

Researchers share their research with others in a variety of ways.

 

• Read graphical representations (tables, picture graphs, object graphs)

Needed: Lucky Charms

5.

Theme overview: Critical Literacy

 

Researchers read a variety of work to learn about more than 1 topic.

 

 Read graphical representations (tables, picture graphs, object graphs)

Needed: Fruit Swirl Cereal

Lessons for May 4 - 8, 2020

1.

 Class

A Chair for My Mother by Vera Williams

Critical readers notice stereotypes in text and illustrations

 

Unit 8 Writing: Author Study

Mo Willams (Dialogue)

Writers notice how authors use dialogue to elaborate their writing

 

Data collection morning work

 

Demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction within 10

2.

A Day’s Work by Eve Bunting

Readers explore perspectives that are included and those that are absent.  

 

Writers notice how authors use dialogue to elaborate their writing

 

Demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction within 10

3.

Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts

Readers explore advantages and disadvantages of characters. 

 

Writers notice how authors convey feelings to elaborate their writing

 

Create and solve story/picture problems with sums or differences to 20

4.

Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena

 Readers decide whether or not to accept the messages of the text.  

 

Writers use a variety of text fonts and sizes to show meaning.

 

Create and solve story/picture problems with sums or differences to 20

5.

Theme overview: Critical Literacy

 

Writers notice how authors describe the setting in their writing and or pictures 

 

Represent story/picture problems with equation

BIG NEWS

FOR MRS. T:

Maggie the Moomaid is printed and ready for pre-order. 

 

Mrs. Terlop won the Grand Prize for the 2019 Henry Ford Innovation Nation Teacher of the Year Award! Check it out! 

New Initiatives 

Help create change in the educational field!

Working to raise money to develop an app to serve non-verbal learners in educational settings. This platform will empower learners to take ownership of their educational environment, and provide teachers with a means to create a student-centered learning experiences.

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