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Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding

Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Unit Plan: Cycle #5 Persuasive Writing & Extending Understanding
Product Description
Language Program is divided into 6 cycles per year about 1.5 months per cycle. Each cycle/unit plan combines areas of Language curriculum: reading, writing, oral, media.
Cycles include lessons with descriptions of lesson that can be done to teach in literacy block. The units link to either Science or Social Studies unit. These units were planned for a grade 4/5 combined class but can easily be used for either a grade 4 or grade 5 class.

CYCLE #5:

Form of Writing: Persuasive Letter Writing
Science Units:
Grade 5 – Human Body
Grade 4 – Habitats

BIG IDEAS: Interdependency
How do living things depend on each other to survive and how do the systems within the body depend on each other to function?



Writing (Persuasive)
1.6 – Review

Determine whether the ideas and information they have gathered are relevant, appropriate, and adequate for the purpose (to write a persuasive piece of writing)

Reading
Reading
1.6 – Extending Understanding (Making Connections)

Extend understanding of texts by connecting the ideas in them to their own knowledge, experience, and insights, to other familiar texts, and to the world around them.
How does your experience of a similar situation help you understand this character’s choices?” “How does what you are reading now compare to what you have already read on this topic”?

Oral
1.6 – Extending Understanding

Extend understanding of oral texts by connecting the ideas in them to their own knowledge, experience, and insights; to other texts, including print and visual texts; and to the world around them.

Media
1.3 - Responding to and Evaluating Texts

Express opinions about ideas, issues, and/or experiences presented in media texts, and give evidence from the texts to support their opinions
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