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3rd Grade (Revised 2016)Exploring Social Studies: Texas EditionMidland ISD Scope and SequenceDistrict Scope &Sequence Topic/Teacher Created MaterialsSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersELAR TEKSSS TEKSESS Resource/Lessonfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)EnduringUnderstandingsThe Teacher Created Materials social studies resources have been placed with the ELAR/SLAR Genre Units by as a general guide, however the materials canbe used into other units. THESE ARE SUGGESTIONS. Appropriate ways to use them in other units would be through guided reading, independent time, flexdays, etc. Note: Vocabulary is always found in the Leveled Lesson Guide for each title.Within the teacher kit is a box of Primary Sources (original sources that werepresent during an experience or time period and offer an inside view of a particularevent). Discovering Geography includes photographs, primary sources, a teacher’sguide, and a CD. These should be used throughout the school year, using flex days,especially in units that have less matching material.Documents: Junior Ranger Official Program, Early Explorers Map, Rice FarmingPoster, Totem Pole, Bison Population Map, Climate and Population Density Maps,Floor Plan, New Green City PosterPhotographs: The Australian Outback/Socotra Island, Yemen - Jerusalem,Israel/San Francisco, California – Wheat Fields, United States/Rice Paddies, China –Rainforest, Pacific Northwest/Dartmoor, England – Kenya/Yellowstone NationalPark, United States – Tokyo, Japan/Anadyr, Russia – Homes in Uganda/Homes inthe United States – Market in the United States/Market in ThailandUSE THESE TROUGHOUT THE YEAR AS TIME ALLOWS3.2A, 3.4A, 3.4B, 3.4D, 3.4E, 3.5C, 3.5D, 3.17B, 3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18A,Academic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards andthe STAAR (lead4ward) in the Primary Sources (Underlined Above):Thinking:Content:IdentifyReasons, Formation of Communities, Security, ReligiousFreedom, Law, Material Well-BeingIdentifyComparePeople, Adapt, Modify, Physical Environment, Deserts,Mountains, Wetlands, PlainsDescribeEffects, Human Processes, Building New Homes,Conservation, Pollution, LandscapeIdentifyCompareHuman Characteristics, RegionsOngoing throughout the school year:-Students are expected to use vocabulary related to chronology including past, present, future times.-Students are expected to apply the terms year, decade, and century to describe historical times.3.3A, 3.3CAcademic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards and the STAAR (lead4ward)Thinking:Content:IdentifyEarning, Spending, Saving, Donating, Money3.6A, 3.6BUse Reading/Writing response during independent time to teach the purposes of earning, spending, saving, and donating moneyand how it relates to a simple budget. A few examples are: Ramona by Beverly Cleary, A Chair for My Mother by Vera Williams, TheMoney We’ll Save by Brock Cole, Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton, How I Learned Geography by Uri Shulevitz, Fancy Nancy andthe Fabulous Fashion Boutique by Jane O’Conner, Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts, When Times are Tough by Yanitzia Canetti

District Scope &Sequence Topic/EnduringUnderstandingsELAR TEKSTeacher Created MaterialsESS Resource/LessonSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)Academic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards and the STAAR(lead4ward) in Unit 1:-3.11A-3.12AThinking:IdentifyAug. 22-Oct. 21Interactiv-eBookReader’s Theater Lesson Plan-p. 3-5Suggestion: Create a classroom Constitution(9 weeks)3.2B,3.5A,3.5B,3.8A,3.8B, 3.8C,3.10A, Fig.19A-FUnit 1-FictionFocus Skills: theme,setting, elements ofplot, elements ofcharacter, point ofview, sensorylanguage, makinginferences,summarizingMight want to use during ConstitutionWeek, Constitution Day (September 16)Camping ConstitutionReader’s TheaterContent:Characteristics, Good Citizenship, Truthfulness,Justice, Equality, Respect, Responsibility, Participation,Education, Issues, Hold Officials to Word, VotingGive Examples Community Changes, Individual Decisions, GroupDecisionsWith realistic fiction, or any type of traditional literature, use the problem-solvingprocess to: identify a problem, gather information, list & consider options, consideradvantages & disadvantages, choose a solution & implement it, and evaluate theeffectiveness of it.The Inventor: Ben FranklinInteractiv-eBookReader’s TheaterReader’s Theater Lesson Plan p. 4The U.S. Constitution and YouPrimary Source ReadersAcademic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards and the STAAR(lead4ward) in Unit 2:-3.2A-3.9A-3.9BSS TEKS3.1C; 3.10A, 3.11A,3.12A, 3.18C, 3.19B3.19A3.1B, 3.16A, 3.17A,3.17B, 3.17C, 3.17D,3.18A3.1C, 3.2A, 3.9A,3.10A, 3.12B, 3.17A,3.17B, 3.17C, 3.17E,3.18A, 3.19AInteractiv-eBook“Ratifying an Amendment” Primary SourceActivity pgs. 7, 13“Amendment Signing” Digital PrimarySources“Parts of the U.S. Constitution” LeveledLesson Plan p. 8 (Could use in Unit 4)Thinking:Content:IdentifyReasons, Formation of Communities, Security, ReligiousFreedom, Law Material Well-BeingDescribeStructure of Government, Local Community, State, NationIdentifyLocal, State, National, Government Officials, ExplainExplainChoice (selection)

District Scope &Sequence Topic/EnduringUnderstandingsVeteran’s DayNovember 11Oct. 24-Dec.16(7 weeks)Unit 2ExpositoryFocus Skills:author’spurpose, mainidea & details,drawingconclusions,cause & effect,text features,procedural,media, makinginferences,summarizingELAR TEKS3.12, 3.13A,3.13B, 3.13C,3.13D, 3.15A,3.15B, 3.16,Fig. 19A-FTeacher Created MaterialsESS Resource/LessonSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)Remembering Our Heroes,Veterans DayPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Returning Veterans Stamp Leveled LessonPlan p. 11,13“Veterans Stamp” Digital ResourcesInteractiv-eBook“Parts of the U.S. Constitution” LeveledLesson Plan p. 8The U.S. Constitution and YouPrimary Source ReadersOur Government: The ThreeBranchesPrimary Source ReadersOur Nation’s Capital Washington,DCPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Who’s Who in the Government” LeveledLesson Plan p. 8“Using Diagrams” Leveled Lesson Plan p. 10Interactiv-eBook“The National Mall” Primary Source Activityin Leveled Lesson Plan p. 7, 8, 13“The National Mall” Digital ResourcesSS TEKS3.1A, 3.14B, 3.17C,3.17E, 3.18A3.1C, 3.2A, 3.9A,3.10A, 3.12B, 3.17A,3.17B, 3.17C, 3.17E,3.18A, 3.19A3.9A, 3.9B, 3.9C, 3.9D,3.10A, 3.17B, 3.17C,3.17E, 3.18A3.1B, 3.17B, 3.17C,3.17EOur Ever-Changing EnvironmentPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Coastal Erosion” Primary Source Activity inLeveled Lesson Plan pgs. 7, 8, 11“Coastal Erosion” Digital Resources3.1A,3.2A, 3.4A, 3.17C,3.17E, 3.18AAmerica’s Man-Made LandmarksPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Mt. Rushmore” Primary Source Activity inLeveled Lesson Plan pgs. 7, 8, 11, 13“Mt. Rushmore” Digital Resources3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18AAmerica’s Natural LandmarksPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Grand Canyon” Primary Source Activity inLeveled Lesson Plan pgs. 7, 8, 10, 13“Grand Canyon” Digital ResourcesInteractiv-eBook“Plant A Tree” Primary Source Activity inLeveled Lesson Plan p. 7, 10“Plant A Tree” Digital ResourcesInteractiv-eBook“Lumber Mill” Primary Source Activity inLeveled Lesson Plan p. 7-13“Lumber Mill” Digital Resources3.2A, 3.4A, 3.17C,3.17E, 3.17FOur Natural ResourcesPrimary Source ReadersShaping Our EnvironmentPrimary Source Readers3.2B, 3.4D, 3.7A, 3.7B,3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18A3.4D, 3.17C, 3.17E,3.18A

District Scope &Teacher Created MaterialsSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersSequence Topic/ELAR TEKSSS TEKSESS Resource/Lessonfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)EnduringUnderstandingsIndependent: To show understanding of the importance of writers and artists to the cultural heritage of communities, students3.15Bread, research, explain the significance of, and give examples from various individuals such as Laura Ingalls Wilder, Bill MartinJr., or Carmen Lomas Garza.Academic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards and the STAARThinking:Content:DescribeIndividuals, Events, Ideas, Communities, Past, Present(lead4ward) in Unit 3:-3.1AGive Examples Community Changes, Individual Decisions, Group-3.12ADecisionsJan. 9-Feb.33.6A, 3.10A“Parks Poem” Leveled Lesson Plan p. 9Amazing Americans: Rosa Parks3.1A, 3.11B, 3.12A,Primary Source Readers3.12C, 3.14A, 3.17A,(4 weeks)Fig.19A-F(students write their own acrostic poem)(Also in Unit 2)3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18A,Unit 3-Poetry3.18BFocus Skills:structure,“Compromising” Poem-Digital ResourcesCamping Constitution3.11A, 3.18A, 3.18C,elements,Reader’s Theatre3.19B“Listen” Song-Digital Resourcesforms,imagery,The Inventor: Ben Franklin“Fitting In” Poem-Digital Resources3.16A, 3.17A,3.18A,theme,3.18C, 3.19BReader’s Theater“Curious Ben” Song-Digital Resourcesinferences,drawingconclusionsAcademic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards and the STAAR(lead4ward) in Unit duals, Events, Ideas, Communities, Past, PresentReasons, Formation of Communities, Security, ReligiousFreedom, Law Material Well-BeingTimelinesCharacteristics, Good Citizenship, Truthfulness, Justice,Respect, Responsibility,Participation, Education, Issues, Hold Officials to Word,VotingIdentifyImpact, Scientific Breakthroughs, Technology, Computers,Pasteurization, Medical Vaccines

District Scope &Sequence Topic/EnduringUnderstandingsFeb. 6-March 3(4 weeks)Unit 4-LiteraryNonfictionFocus Skills:structural patternsand features ofbiographies &autobiographies,theme, point of view,making inferences,summarizingELAR TEKS3.2C, 3.5, 3.9A,3.16, Fig. 19 AETeacher Created MaterialsESS Resource/LessonSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)Thomas JeffersonPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Life’s Journey” Leveled Lesson Plan-p. 8“Document Based Assessment” LeveledLesson Plan p. 12“Thomas Jefferson” Digital Primary SourcesInteractiv-eBook“Born to Help” Leveled Lesson Plan-p. 8“Document Based Assessment” LeveledLesson Plan p. 12“A Call For Help” Leveled Lesson Plan pgs.6,13“Red Cross” Digital Primary SourcesInteractiv-eBook“On the Move” Leveled Lesson Plan-p. 7,“Mountain Man” Leveled Lesson Plan-p.8“Document Base Assessment” Leveled LessonPlan p. 12“A New Town” Primary Source ActivityLeveled Lesson Plan pgs. 6, 13“Ft. Boonesborough” Digital Primary SourcesInteractiv-eBook“Freedom Road” Leveled Lesson Plan-p. 8“Safe Stop” Leveled Lesson Plan p. 9“Document Based Assessment” LeveledLesson Plan p. 12“The Coffin House” Primary Source Activitypgs. 6, 13“Underground Railroad Station” DigitalPrimary SourcesInteractiv-eBook“Battle Against Disease” Leveled Lesson Planp. 6The Leveled Lesson Plan has a lab procedurefor students if time allows.Clara BartonPrimary Source ReadersDaniel BoonePrimary Source ReadersHarriet TubmanPrimary Source ReadersLouis Pasteur and the FightAgainst GermsPrimary Source ReadersSS TEKS3.1A, 3.1C, 3.2A, 3.3B,3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18A3.3B,3.11A, 3.11B,3.11C, 3.12C, 3.17C,3.17E, 3.18A3.1A, 3.1C,3.3B, 3.5C,3.5D, 3.17C, 3.17E,3.18A3.1A, 3.1C,3.3B, 3.5C,3.5D, 3.17C, 3.17E,3.18A3.1A, 3.3B, 3.14A,3.17B, 3.17E, 3.18A3.16A, 3.16B

District Scope &Sequence Topic/EnduringUnderstandingsFeb. 6-March 3(4 weeks)Unit 4-LiteraryNonfictionFocus Skills: structuralpatterns and features ofbiographies &autobiographies, theme,point of view, makinginferences, summarizingELAR TEKS3.2C, 3.5,3.9A, 3.16,Fig. 19 A-ETeacher Created MaterialsESS Resource/LessonAmazing Americans: Rosa ParksPrimary Source ReadersSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)Interactiv-eBook“Rosa Parks: Causes and Effects”Leveled Lesson Plan p. 10“Police Report” Digital Primary Sources,Leveled Lesson Plan pgs. 11,13“March for Fairness” Leveled Lesson Planp. 14SS TEKS3.1A, 3.11B, 3.12A,3.12C, 3.14A, 3.17A,3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18A,3.18BIndependent: To show understanding of the importance of writers and artists to the cultural heritage of communities, students read, 3.15Bresearch, explain the significance of, and give examples from various individuals such as Laura Ingalls Wilder, Bill Martin Jr., or CarmenLomas Garza.March 6-May 5(8 weeks)Units 5 & 6Genre & SkillsReview3.2B, 3.5A,3.5B,3.6A,3.8A,3.8B, 3.8C,3.9A, 3.10A,3.12, 3.13A,3.13B, 3.13C,3.13D, 3.15A,3.15B, 3.15C,3.16B, Fig. 19D, ECapital Resources and theEconomyPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook-“Under Construction”Leveled Lesson Plan p. 11, 13“Under Construction” Digital Resources3.7A, 3.7B, 3.7C, 3.8A,3.8B,3.17C, 3.17E,3.18AIndependent extension to Capital Resources and the Economy: To understand howbusinesses operate in the U.S. Free Enterprise System (how cost, selling price, taxes,and the government affects profits and consumer costs), students do a research onHenry Ford and other entrepreneurs who started new, successful businesses.3.8C, 3.8D, 3.8EAmerican CulturePrimary Source Readers3.2B, 3.2C, 3.13A,3.17D, 3.17E, 3.18AInteractiv-eBook“Immigrants” Leveled Lesson Planp. 7,11 “Immigrants” DigitalResources

District Scope &Sequence Topic/EnduringUnderstandingsELAR TEKSELAR TEKSMarch6-May 5Teacher(8weeks)CreatedMaterialsUnits5 & 6ESSResource/LessonGenre& SkillsReviewSupportingResources (Graphicorganizers fromlesson plans, audiofiles, etc.)SS TEKS3.2B, 3.5A,3.5B,3.6A,3.8A,3.8B, 3.8C,3.9A, 3.10A,3.12, 3.13A,3.13B, 3.13C,3.13D, 3.15A,3.15B, 3.15C,3.16B, Fig. 19D, ETeacher Created Materials ESSResource/LessonSupporting Resources (Graphicorganizers from lesson plans, audiofiles, etc.)Doing Your Part, Serving YourCommunityPrimary Source ReadersInteractiv-eBook“Main Idea Web” Leveled Lesson Planp. 10 “The Red Cross” Leveled LessonPlan p.7,13 “The Red Cross” DigitalResourcesInteractiv-eBook“Comparing Cultures” Leveled LessonPlan p. nteractiv-eBook-“Cleaning Up” LeveledLesson Plan p. 7,13 “Parts of theConstitution Leveled Lesson Plan p.9“Urban Cleanup” Digital Resources3.1A, 3.2A,3.10A,3.10B,3.11A, 3.11C,3.12A,3.12B, 3.17C,3.17E,3.18ACultures Around the WorldPrimary Source ReadersWe the People, Civic Values inAmericaPrimary Source ReadersSS TEKS3.2B, 3.2C, 3.13A,3.13B, 3.15A, 3.17B,3.17C, 3.18AAcademic Vocabulary Analysis from the social studies standards and the STAAR(lead4ward) in Unit 7:-3.11A-3.12AContent:Characteristics, Good Citizenship, Truthfulness,Justice, Equality, Respect, Responsibility,Participation, Education, Issues, Hold Officials toWord, VotingGive Examples Community Changes, Individual Decisions, GroupDecisionsMay 15-May 19(1 week)Unit 7-DramaFocus Skills: structure &elements of drama andplot, char. as told throughdialogue in scripts,inferences, summarizingInteractiv-eBookThe Script-LeveledLesson Plan pgs.3,4 TheScript-Digital Resources3.1B, 3.16A, 3.17A,3.17B, 3.17C, 3.17D,3.18AReader’s Theater LessonPlan pgs. 2,3,4 ScriptDigital Resources3.1C, 3.10A, 3.11A,3.12A, 3.18C, 3.19B3.7A, Fig. 19 A-F The Inventor: Ben FranklinReader’s TheaterCamping ConstitutionReader’s TheaterThinking:Identify

District Scope &Sequence Topic/EnduringUnderstandingsMay 22-June 2(2 weeks)Unit 8 & 9Various Genres& MediaFocus Skills:makingconnectionsacross genres,inferences,summarizing,designtechniques inmedia,persuasion,writtenconventions indigital mediaELAR TEKS3.14A, 3.16A, 3.16B,3.16C, 3.20A, Fig. 19A-FTeacher Created MaterialsESS Resource/LessonSupporting Resources (Graphic organizersfrom lesson plans, audio files, etc.)Independent: Students read, research, and describe the effects of physical processessuch as hurricanes, volcanoes, or earthquakes in shaping the landscape.Students understand concepts of maps and globes by using cardinal &intermediate directions to locate places in relation to Midland, and use ascale to determine the distance between places.(The culminating activity on the thumb drive could tie in nicely withthis.)Continue to utilize the primary sources provided in your kit.SS TEKS3.4C, 3.5A, 3.5B, 3.19B

making inferences, summarizing 3.2C, 3.5, 3.9A, 3.16, Fig. 19 A-E Thomas Jefferson Primary Source Readers Interactiv-eBook “Life’s Journey” Leveled Lesson Plan-p. 8 “Document ased Assessment” Leveled Lesson Plan p. 12 “Thomas Jefferson” Digital Primary Sources 3.1A, 3.1C, 3.2A, 3.3B, 3.17C, 3.17E, 3.18A Clara Barton Primary Source .