Reading Grade 4- Continents

Essential Questions: What are the seven continents? What can maps and gloves help you do? Can I write narratives using effective sequencing, transitions, and narrative techniques to engage a reader?

Objectives:

1. Describe places. Describe cultures. Compare and contrast places.

2. Write opinion pieces, supporting a point of view with reasons. Write informative/ explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information. Participate in shared writing.

3. Describe spatial and temporal relations. Ask informational questions. Identify lines of latitude and longitude on a globe.

Identity the four hemispheres, the Equator, and the Prime Meridian. Understand the purpose for lines of latitude and longitude.



 ​Facts and Details - Level 4 - Vol. 1

Prediction - Level 4 - Vol. 1

Phonics - Compound Words - Level 4 - Vol. 1

Sequencing - Level 4 - Vol. 1

Vocabulary - Level 4 - Vol. 7

Reading Comprehension - Level 4 - Volume 1 - Compare and Contrast

Compare & Contrast - Level 4 - Vol. 2

Real and Make-Believe - Level 4 - Vol. 1

Grammar - Sentence Structure - Four Types of Sentences - Level 4 - Vol. 5

Grammar - Sentence Structure - Four Types of Sentences - Level 5 - Vol. 5

Phonics - Prefixes - Level 4 - Vol. 1

Vocabulary - Level 4 - Volume 1 - Synonyms and Antonyms

Vocabulary - Level 4 - Vol. 2

Reading Comprehension – Level 4 – Volume 1 – Poetry: Identifying Literary Devices and Analyzing Author’s Purpose

Reading Comprehension - Level 4 - Volume 1 - Cause and Effect

Grammar - Sentence Structure - Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences - Level 4 - Vol. 6

Grammar - Sentence Structure - Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences - Level 5 - Vol. 6


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