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MCPS ELA 3rd Grade Pacing Guide MCPS Vision for Learning Using high-quality instructional materials, teachers will prepare learning experiences that include standardsaligned questions and tasks to create rigorous learning opportunities. Students build knowledge that is transferable to experiences outside the classroom through ownership of their reading, writing, thinking, problem solving and collaboration, with support as needed, to ensure access for all. Leadership will support these expectations through a reflective culture of improvement and accountability. In pursuing student mastery of new and prior content, sound assessment practices and the scaffolding of remediation are utilized to address standards gaps. Maury County Public Schools provide a Scope & Sequence to guide English Language Arts teachers in organizing their teaching and assessment of students on the Tennessee ELA Academic Standards. This Scope & Sequence is developed in alignment with Wonders, a standards-aligned program that includes a flexible instructional model; thematic units; multi-genre texts; integrated reading, writing, speaking and listening, and language skills instruction; and collaborative activities. 1 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Each week the Wonders curriculum has experiences for students in word study and phonics. These need to be daily experiences. To supplement the work in Wonders, below is a lesson plan outline to support students in learning grade-level phonics 3rd-5th grades. It is encouraged that all students have daily interaction with phonics instruction on some level, especially those students who are struggling learners. Intermediate Phonics Lesson: 5-Step Procedure Step 1: Review & Warm-Up Step 2: Introduce New Skill Step 3: Guided Practice Step 4: Apply to Text Step 5: Apply to Writing Repeated reading and warm-up Explicit instruction of sound-spelling relationship, spelling pattern, or word analysis skill Blending and word-building exercises Reading connected text Dictation and writing *This lesson plan can be completed in one day or spread out over multiple days. The most important thing is to try to complete Steps 1 & 2 early in the week to allow time for practice and word exploration the rest of the week. State requirements for Grades 3-5 is 30 minutes a day must be devoted to foundational skill standards. Timeline ** Quarter 1 – Complete Unit 1, start Unit 2 Quarter 2 – Complete Unit 2 and 3 Quarter 3 – Complete Unit 4, start Unit 5 Quarter 4 – Complete Unit 5 and 6 2 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

3rd Grade Year at a Glance Foundational Literacy Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 A A A A Reading Literature Standard # of Items Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Standard % of Items 3.FL.PWR.3 3.FL.PWR.3a 4-6 items 13-14% 3.FL.PWR.3 3.FL.SC.6 A A A A A A A 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 A A A A 8-16 items 32-34% for 3.RL.KID.1, KID.2, KID.3, CS.5, CS.6, IKI.7, IKI.9 5-8 items 3.RL.CS.4 3.PWR.3b 3.PWR.3c A 3.PWR.3d A A 3.FL.WC.4 A A A A 3.FL.WC.4a 3.FL.WC.4b A A A A 3.FL.WC.4c A 3.FL.WC.4d A A 3.FL.F.5a A A A A 3.FL.F.5b 3.FL.F.5c 3.FL.SC.6 3.FL.SC.6a A A A A A A A A A A A A A 3.FL.SC.6e 3.FL.SC.6f A 3.FL.SC.6g Q1 A A A 3.FL.SC.6l 3.FL.SC.6m 3.FL.SC.6n A A 3.W.TTP.1b 3.W.TTP.1c A A 3.W.TTP.1d A A 3.W.TTP.1e A A A A 3.W.TTP.1f 3.W.TTP.2 A A 3.W.TTP.2a A A 3.W.TTP.2b 3.RI.KID.1 A A 3.W.TTP.2c 3.RI.KID.2 A A 3.W.TTP.2d A A A A A A 3.RL.CS.5 3.RL.CS.6 3.RL.IKI.7 3.RL.IKI.9 A A A A A A A A A A 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.8 3.RI.IKI.9 A A A A A A A 3.W.TTP.3a 3.W.TTP.3b 3.W.TTP.3c Speaking & Listening A A A A 3.W.TTP.3d 3.W.TTP.3e Q2 Standard A 3.SL.CC.1 A 3.RI.RRTC.10 Q3 Q4 A A A A Tested Items A 3.W.PDW.6 A 3.W.RBPK.7 3.W.RBPK.8 3.FL.VA.7b A 3.FL.VA.7b.i A 3.FL.VA.7b.iii 3.FL.VA.7c 3.FL.VA.7a.i A A A 3.FL.VA.7a.ii A 3.FL.VA.7a.iii 4-6 A A A 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Foundational Literacy cont’d A A 3.W.PDW.5 3.SL.CC.3 3.SL.PKI.4 3.FL.VA.7a A 3.W.PDW.4 A A A 5-8 tested items 3.SL.CC.2 3.SL.PKI.5 3.SL.PKI.6 A 5-8 Q3 A A A A 3.RI.KID.3 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.CS.6 RI same as RL Q2 3.W.TTP.2e 3.W.TTP.2f 3.W.TTP.2g 3.W.TTP.3 3.FL.SC.6j 3.FL.SC.6k A A 3.FL.SC.6b 3.FL.SC.6c 3.FL.SC.6d 3.FL.SC.6i A A A 2 items 13-14% 3.W.RBPK.8 A A A A A 3.FL.SC.6h A # of items tested 3.W.TTP.1 3.W.TTP.1a Reading Informational Text A A A Standard A A A Q1 3.RL.RRTC.10 3.FL.5 A Q4 A A 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.CS.4 A A A Writing A 3.FL.VA.7b.ii A Chart above indicates which standards are assessed on the Wonders Unit Assessments (highlighted). Other initial assessment suggestions are based on the Wonders curriculum, but are not directly assessed in the Unit Assessments. Throughout each unit below, the focus or power standard for the weeks will be highlighted. 3 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Unit 1 Big Idea/Key Concept: Weeks 1 & 2 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Unit Essential Question: How can learning help us grow? Communities Cultures Essential Question: How do people from different cultures contribute to a community? Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.FL.VA.7b.ii 3.FL.VA.7c 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Genre: Narrative Nonfiction Identify and use text features. Text Evidence Sequencing Make inferences to support understanding Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: Determining relationships among people, resources, and ideas based on geographic location (local, national, global) 3.02 Use cardinal directions, intermediate directions, map scales, legends, and grids to locate major cities in Tennessee and the U.S. Notes: Phonics week 1 – short vowels a,i, week 2 – short vowels e,o,u Grammar: Week 1 – sentence & fragments; capitalization & punctuation; Week 2 – commands & exclamations; punctuation in commands & exclamations Vocabulary Strategy: compound words Weeks 3 & 4 Essential Question: What can traditions teach you about cultures? in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills 3.RI.KID.3 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.RRTC.10 Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) “Faith Ringgold: Telling Stories Through Art” (IRA) “Room to Grow” (RWC) Gary the Dreamer “Sharing Cultures” Leveled Readers: Judy Baca (all levels) Text Set: (Anchor Text 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.CS.6 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.F.5.b Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.W.TTP.3.b Writing Process: Personal Narrative (plan and draft) 3.W.TTP.3 Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 4 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

“Ready for Aloha!” (IRA) “The Dream Catcher” (RWC) Yoon and the Jade Bracelet “Family Traditions” Leveled Readers: A: The Special Meal O: A Row of Lamps B: Dragons on the Water Genre: Realistic Fiction Text Evidence Make Inferences Analyze character, plot, setting Sequence of events Use of print and graphic features 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.IKI.7 3.RL.RRTC.10 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.KID.3 3.RL.CS.4 3.RI.CS.5 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.iv 3.FL.VA.7b.ii 3.FL.VA.7c Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: Determining relationships among people, resources, and ideas based on geographic location (local, national, global) Notes: Phonics wk 3- final e; wk 4- long a Grammar: Week 3- subjects; complete sentences and fragments; Week 4- predicates; complete sentences Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues Week 5 Essential Question: How do landmarks help us understand our country’s story? 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.7 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills “America’s Landmarks and Memorials” (IRA) “Preserve and Protect” (RWC) “Protecting Our Parks” “5 Questions for George McDonald” Leveled Reader: Preserving a Special Place (all levels) Ask and Answer Questions Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.05 Develop historical awareness by: Identify patterns of continuity and change over time, making connections to the present SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: 3.RL.KID.1 Main Idea and Key Detail Author’s Purpose 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.KID.3 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.9 3.RI.RRTC.10 Writing Process: Personal Narrative (revise and edit) 3.W.TTP.3 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.SL.CC.2 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.d 3.FL.SC.6.h 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.SC.6.n 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.iv 3.FL.VA.7c 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 3.W.TTP.1.b 3.W.TTP.2.c Writing Process: Persuasive Essay (plan & draft) 3.W.TTP.1 5 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Determining relationships among people, resources, and ideas based on geographic location (local, national, global) Notes: Phonics: Long o Grammar: simple and compound sentences; punctuate simple and compound sentences Vocabulary Strategy: Multiple Meaning Words Week 6 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills Writing Week Reader’s Theater: Take Me to Your Litter Digital Read: “Soccer Is America’s Game!” Writing ProcessPersuasive essay Strong Opening Peer Conferencing Edit and Proofread Independent Reads: Independent Reads with Selection Tests: “All Aboard Elijah McCoy’s Steam Engine” (Biography) textbook pg. 56 and “Wolf” (Fable) textbook pg. 76. Independent “Lighting the World” textbook pg. 74 and “Jennie and Wolf” textbook pg. 98. Unit Assessment Standards Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.KID.3 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.CS.6 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.9 3.RI.RRTC.10 Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.3 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.8 3.RI.IKI.9 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.SL.CC.1 3.SL.PKI.4 3.SL.PKI.6 3.W.TTP.1.c 3.W.TTP.1.e 3.W.TTP.1.f 3.W.TTP.2.f 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.PDW.6 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RW.10 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.VA.7a.i Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.W.TTP.3 6 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Unit 2 Big Idea/Key Concept: Weeks 1 & 2 Text Set: (Anchor Text in Unit Essential Question: What does it take to solve a problem? Voting Process/Presidency/Government Immigration/Heritage Inventors Essential Question: What does it take to solve a problem? Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) “All About Elections” (IRA) “Every Vote Counts” (RWC) Vote! “A Plan for the People” Leveled Readers: The Race for the Presidency (all levels) Reread 3.RL.KID.1 Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.05 Develop historical awareness by: Identify patterns of continuity and change over time, making connections to the present SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: Analyzing the spatial relationships between people, circumstances, and resources; Analyzing interaction between humans and the physical environment Notes Phonics: Week 1- long I; Week 2- long e Grammar: Week 1- kinds of nouns; capitalization of proper nouns; Week 2- singular and plural nouns; punctuate four sentence types Vocabulary Strategy: Prefixes (re-, un-, dis-, mis-) Weeks 3 & 4 Essential Question: Why do people immigrate to new places? BOLD) Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Author’s point of view 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.CS.6 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.8 Author’s Purpose- Text Structure Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.PWR.3.a 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.b Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.FL.SC.6.c 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.VA.7a.iii 3.FL.VA.7a.iv 3.FL.VA.7b.ii 3.FL.VA.7c Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Writing Process: Expository Essay (plan & draft) 3.W.TTP.2 3.W.TTP.2.b 3.W.TTP.2.c Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 7 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

“Our Story Cloth” (IRA) “Sailing to America” (RWC) The Castle on Hester Street “Next Stop, America!” Leveled Reader: A: The Promise of Gold Mountain O: Moving from Mexico B: Gustaf Goes to America Making predictions Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.02 Critically examine a primary or secondary source in order to: Summarize significant ideas and relevant information SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: Analyzing interaction between humans and the physical environment Notes: Phonics: Week 3- silent letters; Week 4- 3 letter blends Vocabulary Strategy: Figurative language; similes Grammar: Week 3- special nouns; spelling plural nouns; Week 4- Combining sentences; commas Week 5 Essential Question: How do people figure things out? Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) “New Bike Old Bike” (IRA) “Empanada Day”, “Cold Feet”, “Washing Machine”, “Bugged” (RWC)“The Inventor Thinks Up Helicopters”, “The Ornithopter” “Montgolfier Brothers’ Hot Air Balloon” Leveled Readers: A: Problem Solved O: The Long Walk B: Two Up, One Down Alliteration and Rhyme Point of View Author’s Craft- Voice (humor) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.CS.4 3.RL.CS.5 3.RL.CS.6 3.RL.RRTC.10 Theme 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.CS.4 3.RL.IKI.7 3.RL.RRTC.10 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.CS.4 Cause and effect 3.FL.PWR.3.d 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.CS.6 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.b 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.SC.6.m 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.FL.VA.7b.iii 3.FL.VA.7c Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.WC.4.d 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b 3.SL.CC.2 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.7 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Writing Process: Expository Essay (revise & edit) Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.SC.6.m 3.SL.CC.2 3.SL.PKI.5 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.RBPK.7 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Writing Process: Poetry (plan & draft) 8 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Science and Social Studies Standards 3.ESS3.1 Explain how natural hazards (fires, landslides, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods) impact humans and the environment. 3.ESS3.2 Design solutions to reduce the impact of natural hazards (fires, landslides, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods) on the environment. 3.ETS2.1 Identify and demonstrate how technology can be used for different purposes. Notes: Phonics: Week 5- diagraphs Grammar: Possessive nouns; apostrophes in possessive nouns Vocabulary Strategy: Figurative language; similes Week 6 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Writing Week “A Hunt to Help Frogs” Reader’s Theater: Name That Character Writing ProcessPoetry Edit, Proofread, and publish 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.CS.4 Independent Reads: Independent Reads with Selection Tests: “Whooping Cranes in Danger” textbook pg. 154 and “Roadrunner’s Dance” textbook pg. 170 Independent reads without selection tests: “Help the Manatees” textbook pg. 170 and “Deltona is Going Batty” textbook pg. 190. Unit Assessment Standards 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.IKI.9 3.RI.RRTC.10 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.F.5.c Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.CS.4 3.RL.CS.5 3.RL.CS.6 3.RL.IKI.7 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.b 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.SC.6.m 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.CS.6 3.RI.IKI.9 3.FL.VA.7a.ii Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.SL.CC.1 3.SL.PKI.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.PDW.6 3.W.RBPK.8 Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.W.TTP.2 9 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Unit 3 Big Idea/Key Concept: Weeks 1 & 2 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Unit Essential Question: Why are individual qualities important? Discoveries Be unique Value the past Essential Question: What do we know about Earth and its neighbors? Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Genre: Informational expository text Cite text evidence Make inferences Key details/Main idea Summarize Identify and use text features Science and Social Studies Standards 3.ESS1.1 Use data to categorize the planets in the solar system as inner or outer planets according to their physical properties. 3.EST2.1 Identify and demonstrate how technology can be used for different purposes Notes: Phonics: Week 1: r-controlled vowels/ contractions; Week 2: r-controlled vowels/ prefixes Grammar: Identify and use action verbs. Subject-verb agreement Vocabulary Strategy: Suffixes –y, -ly Weeks 3 & 4 Essential Question: What makes different animals unique? in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.KID.3 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.CS.6 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.9 3.FL.PWR.3.a 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.WC.4.d 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.d 3.FL.SC.6.f Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) IRA: Our Home in the Solar System Earth and its Neighbors (RWC) Earth Why the Sun is Red Leveled Readers: Destination Saturn (for all levels) Text Set: (Anchor Text 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.CS.6 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.FL.VA.7c 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.SL.CC.1 3.SL.PKI.6 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 3.W.TTP.2.c Writing: expository essay 3.W.TTP.2 Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 10 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

IRA: Bear, Beaver, and Bee “Anansi Learns a Lesson” (RWC) Martina the Beautiful Cockroach “Get a Backbone!” Leveled Readers: A: The Clever Rabbit O: King of the Birds B: Sheep and Pig Set Up Housekeeping Genre: Folktales Cite text evidence Make inferences Problem/solution Text Structure Identify and use text features 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.CS.4 3.RL.CS.5 3.RL.IKI.7 3.RL.RRTC.10 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.SC.6.d 3.FL.SC.6.e 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.SC.6.f 3.FL.WC.4.d 3.FL.SC.6.j Science and Social Studies Standards 3.LS1.1 Analyze the internal and external structures that aquatic and land animals and plants have to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.FL.VA.7b.ii 3.FL.VA.7b.iii 3.FL.VA.7c 3.SL.CC.2 3.SL.PKI.4 3.W.TTP.2.d 3.W.TTP.2.g 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.PDW.6 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Writing: Revise and edit an expository text 3.EST2.1 Identify and demonstrate how technology can be used for different purposes Notes: Phonics: Week 3: r-controlled vowels ar; ir; suffixes; Week 4: prefixes; VCe syllable pattern Grammar: Week 3: Past-tense verbs; Week 4: future-tense verbs Vocabulary Strategy: Context clues (such as synonyms) to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. Week 5 Essential Question: How is each event in history unique? Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Moving America Forward” (RWC) “Birth of an Anthem” “Discovering Life Long Ago” Leveled Readers: Wheels to Wings: How Wilbur and Orville Wright Changed the Way We Move (for all levels) Literary Focus Skills Informational expository text Cite text evidence Make inferences Sequence of events Point of view Identify and use text features Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.KID.3 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.IKI.9 3.RI.RRTC.10 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.PWR.3.a 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.PWR.3.b 3.FL.SC.6.b 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.SC.6.f 3.FL.SC.6.h 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.SC.6.k 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.WC.4.d 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.VA.7a.iii 3.FL.F.5.b 3.FL.VA.7b.ii 3.FL.VA.7c Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.SL.CC.1 3.SL.CC.2 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 3.W.TTP.2.c Writing: Plan and draft a feature article 11 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.05 Develop historical awareness by: Identify patterns of continuity and change over time, making connections to the present SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: Determining relationships among people, resources, and ideas based on geographic location (local, national, global) Analyzing interaction between humans and the physical environment 3.03 Examine major physical features on globes and maps including: ocean, river Notes: Phonics: diphthongs; prefixes un-, non-, disVocabulary Strategy: Identify, decode, spell, and use suffixes properly. Grammar: Combine sentences with verbs using standard English convention Week 6 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills “Fascinating Facts About Our Amazing Sun” (RWC) “The Cheetah’s Tears” (RWC) Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.CS.4 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.CS.4 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.RRTC.10 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.SL.CC.2 3.W.RBPK.7 3.W.RBPK.8 W.TTP.3 Writing: Complete a feature article Notes: Vocabulary Strategy: Use context to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. Identify, explain, and use synonyms correctly. Independent Reads: Independent Reads with Selection Tests: “Big Ideas from Nature” textbook pg. 244 and “Finding Lincoln” textbook pg. 258. Independent Reads without Selection Tests: “Perdix Invents the Saw” textbook pg. 256 and “A Great American Teacher” textbook pg. 276 Unit Assessment Standards Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.3 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.e 3.FL.SC.6.i W.TTP.1 . 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.IKI.8 3.RI.IKI.9 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 12 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Unit 4 Big Idea/Key Concept: Weeks 1 & 2 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Unit Essential Question: What are the different ways to meet challenges? Skills and Talents Adaptations Essential Question: How can you use what you know to help others? Literary Focus Skills Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Genre: Realistic Fiction Cite text evidence Make inferences Ask and answer questions Figurative language Literary elements of realistic fiction Science and Social Studies Standards 3.18 Analyze how people interact with their environment to satisfy basic needs and wants including: housing, industry, transportation, and communication. Notes: Phonics: Week 1: Variant vowels; root words; Week 2: plurals; vowel team syllables Grammar: Linking verbs, Contractions with the word not correctly Vocabulary Strategy: Decode words with prefixes Weeks 3 & 4 Essential Question: How do animals adapt to challenges in their habitat? in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.CS.6 3.RL.IKI.7 3.RL.IKI.9 3.FL.PWR.3.a 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.WC.4.d 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.b 3.FL.SC.6.d Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) Dancing La Raspa “The Impossible Pet Show” (RWC) The Talented Clementine Clementine and the Family Meeting” Leveled Readers: A: Every Picture Tells a Story O: A Chef in the Family B: Stepping Forward Text Set: (Anchor Text 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.CS.5 3.RL.CS.6 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.VA.7a.iv 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.FL.VA.7b.ii 3.SL.CC.2 3.SL.PKI.4 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 3.W.TTP.3.b Writing: Plan and draft a realistic fiction story. 3W.TTP.3 3.FL.VA.7b.iii 3.FL.VA.7c Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 13 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

African Lions “Gray Wolf! Red Fox!” (RWC) Amazing Wildlife of the Mojave “Little Half Chick” Leveled Readers: Life in the Tide Pool (all levels) Genre: Informational expository text Text evidence Make inferences Compare and contrast Identify author’s message Identify and use text features Science and Social Studies Standards 3.LS1.1 Analyze the internal and external structures that aquatic and land animals and plants have to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. 3.LS4.1 Explain the cause-and-effect relationship between a naturally changing environment and an organism’s ability to survive. Notes: Phonics: Week 3: variant vowels; Greek & Latin roots; Week 4: homophones; r-controlled vowel syllables Grammar: Main & helping verbs; complex sentences Vocabulary strategy: Sentence clues Week 5 Essential Question: How can others inspire us? Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills My Grandpa “Ginger’s Fingers,” “The Giant,” “Captain’s Log” (RWC) “The Winningest Woman of the Iditarod Dog Sled Race,” “The Brave Ones” “Narcissa” Leveled Readers: A: A Speech to Remember O: Melanie’s Mission Genre: Poetry Text evidence Make inferences Theme Text structure 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.KID.3 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.IKI.7 3.RI.IKI.9 3.RI.RRTC.10 3.FL.F.5.b Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.CS.4 3.RL.CS.5 3.RL.RRTC.10 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.IKI.9 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.d 3.FL.SC.6.e 3.FL.SC.6.h 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.SC.6.l 3.FL.WC.4.a 3.FL.WC.4.b 3.FL.WC.4.c 3.FL.F.5.a 3.FL.F.5.b 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 3.W.TTP.3.e Writing: Revise and edit a realistic fiction story. 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.iii 3.FL.VA.7b.ii Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.PWR.3.c 3.FL.PWR.3.d 3.SL.CC.1 3.SL.CC.2 3.SL.PKI.6 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.d 3.FL.SC.6.i 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.iv 3.FL.VA.7b.i 3.FL.VA.7c Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.SL.CC.2 3.W.TTP.3.b 3.W.PDW.4 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.7 3.W.RBPK.8 3.W.RBPK.9 3.W.RW.10 Writing: Plan and draft a narrative poem 14 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

B: In the Running Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.01 Gather information from a variety of primary and secondary sources, including: Printed Materials (e.g., literary texts, newspapers, political cartoons, autobiographies, speeches, letters, personal journals) Notes: Phonics: Soft c & g; words with –er and -est Grammar: Irregular verbs Vocabulary Strategy: figurative language as metaphors Week 6 Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills “Armadillo: Little Armored One” (RWC) “Change for Ocelots” (RWC) The Baker’s Neighbor Forbidden Goods Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.KID.3 3.RL.CS.6 3.RI.KID.2 3.RI.CS.5 3.RI.RRTC.10 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii 3.FL.VA.7b.i Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.W.PDW.5 3.W.RBPK.7 Writing: Complete a poem 3.W.TTP.3.e Notes: Vocabulary Strategy: Context clues, Evaluate details to determine key ideas Independent Reads: Independent Reads with Selection Tests: “The Real Story of Stone Soup” textbook pg. 326 and “Hot Air Balloons” textbook pg. 364. Independent Reads without Selection Tests: “Healthful Food Choices” textbook pg. 346 and “Bellerophon and Pegasus” textbook pg. 364. Unit Assessment Standards Literature & Informational Reading Standards (R.KID, R.CS, R.IKI, R.RRTC) 3.RL.KID.1 3.RL.KID.2 3.RL.CS.4 3.RL.CS.6 3.RL.IKI.7 3.RI.KID.1 3.RI.CS.5 RI.IKI.8 3.RI.IKI.9 Foundational Skill Standards (FL.PWR, FL.WC, FL.SC, FL.VA, FL.F) 3.FL.SC.6.a 3.FL.SC.6.d 3.FL.VA.7a.i 3.FL.VA.7a.ii Speaking & Listening/Writing Standards (SL.CC, SL.PKI, W.TTP, W.PDW, W.RBPK, W.RW) 3.W.TTP.3 15 MCPS 3rd Grade ELA Pacing Guide 2022-2023

Unit 5 Big Idea/Key Concept: Unit Essential Question: What are ways people can take action? Take action Weeks 1 & 2 Essential Question: What do good citizens do? Text Set: (Anchor Text in BOLD) Literary Focus Skills “Irma Rangel, Texas Lawmaker” “Elizabeth Leads the Way: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Right to Vote” “Susan B. Anthony Takes Action!” Leveled Readers: Eunice Kennedy Shriver (all levels) Genre: Biography Author’s Point of View Text Evidence Summarize Cause and Effect Text Features Science and Social Studies Standards SSP.05 Develop historical awareness by: Identify patterns of continuity and change over time, making connections to the present SSP.06 Develop geographic awareness by: Analyzing interaction between humans and the phys

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