This hyperdoc links to Social and Language Arts storytelling and comprehension learning outcomes. Document can just be shared on Google Classroom and it links to videos, lists outcomes and has question prompts that can be used for social and language arts.
This document is easy to ready and image has link to video on Fur Trade. Describes the beginning of Fur Trade and links to my other vocabulary document that can be used with online Social 4 lessons.
This a document file with Social 4 Alberta Fur Trade vocabulary.
This document can be used online and shared with students and parents to learn vocabulary and learn about the fur trade by clicking image links.
This is a Valentine's Choice block sheet. It includes Social 4, Language Arts 4 &5, Math 4 and Science 4.
Ice breaker activity - 'find someone in the class that has' activity. Teacher translation page in English for those needing it.
This is a brainstorming web that includes Francophones, Metis and British Roots in Alberta. Grade 4 Vocabulary words also included.
This can be used as a handout or teacher resource for teachers to use as students develop their own webs or take notes on topic.
I have used it for my notes and got my students to create their own through our conversations and reading for the Voices of Alberta Text.
This is a graphic organizer for read aloud stories to identify the characters, plot, setting and descriptive words. There is also area for the connections to other texts and cultures.
This is a graphic organizer to be used with any short read aloud - identify main events in sequential order. Lean into explain and describe how one event leads to another.
This contains teacher copy and student copy of initial conversation about what a treaty is.
This is a vocabulary addition to the lesson about What is a Treaty?
Student Weekly Word Work for spelling lists.
This is a grade 4 and grade 5 unit plan for the Number unit. The outcomes and a general plan with resources listed.
This an activity worksheet that students can use independently or in whole group instruction to demonstrate that they are able to effectively identify and use textural features.
FNMI Daily Connections for the Class - Morning Bell Ringers, Afternoon starter, End of Day conversations and problem solving
Weekly links to use as visuals and conversation starters to tie FNMI to the classroom. I personally use these as a daily starter in the morning, afternoon starter and end of day conversation.
The daily image is part of my screen throughout the day and so the visual connection is made, and when we get time we talk out and solve the problem. Sometimes we look into the detailed history - sometimes it's just a quick question but we make sure to have a conversation about FNMI everyday in our math classroom.
Grade 4 and Grade 5 basic level - check-in
Page 1 - Expository Writing
Page 2 - Math - addition and subtraction (with and without regrouping), multiplication