****** This set is part of the All About the World Set ******
This set covers MOST of the standards for Tennessee 3rd grade. Please see the contents and the standards listed below.
Each of the 6 nonfiction passages are written for engagement. The answers are a new style where students have to find their evidence in the text, use a corresponding colored pencil/marker/crayon to answer each of the questions. This is easy to grade and encourages deep reading of the non-fiction text.
Along with the passages there are activities for students to complete individually and/or in group setting. So much fun!
SW read about:
-Australia (2 different texts)
-The Great Barrier Reef
AND there is a letter from a Aussie who lives in New Zealand now that gives MORE details for research!
Table of Contents:
p. 2 – Thanks
p. 3-5 – Preview
p. 6 – Table of Contents
p.7–10 - Standard Posters - 3.53, 3.54, 3.55, 3.56 (colored)
p. 1 1–14 - Standard Posters - 3.53, 3.54, 3.55, 3.56 (printer friendly)
p.15 – All About Australia: Part 1 Comprehension Passage
p.16-17 – Australia Research Brochure (Project)
p.18 - All About Australia: Part I I Comprehension Passage
p.19 - All About Australia: Part I I 3-2-1 (Interactive Notebook)
p.20-25 – Talk Like an Aussie
p.26 – All About New Zealand Comprehension Passage
p.27 – New Zealand Brochure Cover (Project)
p.28 – Boomerang Activity
p.29 - Color by number Flag
p.30 – A Letter from a Good Mate from New Zealand
p.31 – All About Tasmania Text
p.32-34 – Compare/Contrast Countries (Interactive Notebook)
p.35 – Landforms: Great Barrier Reef Comprehension Passage
p.36 – Landforms: Ayers Rock Comprehension Passage
p.37-38 – Label Australia Page
p.39-45 – Mix ‘n Match Card Game
p.46 – Resources Chart Activity Page
p.47-49 – Resource Sort Booklet (Interactive Notebook)
p.50 -51– All About Australia Brochure
p.52 – Brain Drain Quick Quiz
p.53 - Credit
3.53 Interpret different texts and primary sources to describe the major components of history and culture including language, clothing, food, art, beliefs, customs and music.
3.54 Use information gained from timelines, primary sources and informational text to identify major historical people, events and patterns. Suggestions are as follows: Indigenous/Aboriginal people, Captain James Cook and European Settlement, & Australia’s Independence.
3.55 Identify the Great Barrier Reef, New Zealand, Ayers Rock and Tasmania.
3.56 Interpret a chart, graph or resource map of major imports and exports.
For more Continental Studies, see my other sets:
--All About Asia
--All About Africa
**All Continents to be completed before 2016-2017 school year begins!