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PLANEACIÓN GENERAL PREESCOLAR Y PRIMARIA – AREA DE INGLÉS 2015

(JARDIN, TRANSICIÓN, PRIMERO, SEGUNDO, TERCERO Y CUARTO)

K2 = Jardín
K3 = Transición

K2 BIMESTER I BIMESTER II BIMESTER III BIMESTER IV


Theme Knowing Ourselves Knowing Our Place Letting Others Knowing Our
KINDER- and Time Know World & Knowing
GARDEN
Others
Value Honesty Respect Tolerance Responsibility

Universal The more I learn about myself, the We think of others Our curiosity allows Everything is easier
Understanding more I like myself. when we work us to learn more when things are
and play about our world.
Essential What things I like about myself? What can I do to Why am I cold when How can I organize
Question help at home? I come to school and things in town?
hot when I go home?
Unit Unit 1 UNIT 2 Unit 4 Unit 6 Unit 7
Back to School Taking Care of Colorful Clothes Food and Meals The Farm
My Body
Let’s Make a
Project: Home and School Let’s Create a Let´s Make a Eating at Home Let´s make a farm
Scrapbook. Healthcare Chart. Windcatcher!

a/A, e/E, i/I, a/A, e/E, i/I, p/P g/G w/W


o/O, u/U o/O, u/U • Reading • Reading • Reading
Literacy • Reading • Reading • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading
• Guided reading • Guided reading • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words
• Sight words • Sight words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words
• Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing
• Journal writing • Journal writing • Tracing • Tracing h/H • Tracing
• Tracing • Tracing c/C • Reading
• Reading • Guided reading v/V
• Guided reading • Sight words • Reading
• Sight words • Rhyming words • Guided reading
• Rhyming words • Journal writing • Sight words
• Journal writing • Tracing • Rhyming words
• Tracing • Journal writing
k/K • Tracing
n/N • Reading
• Reading • Guided reading y/Y
• Guided reading • Sight words • Reading
• Sight words • Rhyming words • Guided reading
• Rhyming words • Journal writing • Sight words
• Journal writing • Tracing • Rhyming words
• Tracing • Journal writing
j/J • Tracing
p/P, c/C, n/N • Reading
• Reading • Guided reading w/W, v/V, y/Y
• Guided reading • Sight words • Reading
• Sight words • Rhyming words • Guided reading
• Rhyming words • Journal writing • Sight words
• Journal writing • Tracing • Rhyming words
• Tracing • Journal writing
g/G, h/H, k/K, • Tracing
j/J
• Reading
• Guided reading
• Sight words
• Rhyming words
• Journal writing
• Tracing
g/G, h/H, k/K,
j/J
• Reading
• Guided reading
• Sight words
• Rhyming words
• Journal writing
• Tracing

• Similarities and • Colors • Shapes • Shape recognition • Shape recognition


differences • Location • Sequence • Colors • Sequences
• Shapes • Size • Differences and • Differences and • Size: big, small
Math • Size: big, small • Group similarities similarities • Color recognition
(focused on • Groups according to • Location • Color recognition Concept: How
Form, Space according to Characteristics • Location Location many?
and Measure) Characteristics • Shapes • Sizes • Group according to • Differences and
• Size • Sequences Characteristics similarities
• Sequences • Group • Size • Location
according to • Sequences • Group according
Characteristics. • Location to
• Differences and Characteristics
similarities
• Shape recognition
• Group according to
Characteristics.
Knowing About Personal and Knowing About the Knowing About the Knowing About the
the World Social World and the World World and the
and the Development Environment and the Environment Environment
Environment
• Identify • Take care of • Give an opinion • More thorough • Classify different
similarities and and respect about why natural process of elements fo nature,
differences himself/herself. phenomena occur. observation and such as animals,
between him/ • Record what analysis. according to their
her and other Physical and he/she observes • Record what characteristics.
classmates. Health with drawings. he/she observes • Describe
• Acknowledge Development • Identify with drawings. characteristics of
that he/she environmental • Use games, role- living things.
belongs to social • Play games that circumstances that play and drawings to
groups at school require affect everyone at represent family life. Artistic Expression
and with friends. identifying and school.
moving different Artistic Expression • Narrate and
Personal and parts of his/her Artistic Expression portray events
Social body. • Listen to and sing spontaneously.
Areas of Development • Play games that • Sing songs of songs, • Listen to poems
Learning include varying complexity. play games to music. and rhymes, recite
• Describe basic skills, such • Improvises • Create artwork them using
himself/herself, as, crawling, movements to a using different inflection and
and likes and/or slithering, melody and imitates materials, such as, mimicry.
dislikes at walking, running the others finger paint,
school. jumping and movements or steps. tempera, collage and Physical and Health
• Help people throwing. crayons. Development
who need it. • Use of personal Mathematical
• Is responsible hygiene to avoid Thinking Physical and Health • Use of hygienic
for school illnesses. Development measures when
belongings. • Use and recognize eating and handling
• Take on Knowing About numbers 20 to 25. • Identify which food.
different roles the World foods are
willingly and and the nutritious, from Personal and Social
responsibility Environment those he/ Development
for his/her she has on hand.
assigned tasks. • Depict, through • Use of hygienic • Willing to interact
games, measures with boys and girls
role-play or when eating and with different
Mathematical drawings handling characteristics and
Thinking different aspects food. interests.
of family • Give others
• Recognize and life. Personal and Social support and
use Development suggestions.
numbers from 1 Artistic Expression
to 5. • Talk about his/her Mathematical
• Accompany and feelings in everyday Thinking
interpret situations.
songs with simple • Participate and • Recognize and use
percussion commit to individual numbers from 40 to
instruments and group activities. 45.
made by
himself/herself. Mathematical
Thinking
Mathematical
Thinking • Recognize and use
• Recognize and numbers from 30 to
use 40.
numbers from 5
to 10.
• Demonstrate • Understand the • Locate objects • Understand what a
( LANGUAGE) the ability to concept of according to shopping list is.
Benchmarks remember and one to one their spatial relation. • Describe people,
follow simple correspondence. • Establish places, events and
directions. • Distinguish correspondence objects.
• Compare between real and between objects or • Understand the
personal make-believe. graphic meaning of the
knowledge with • Use words that representations. words through visual
what is describe. • Follow a pattern. aids.
heard. • Use non-verbal • Identify and • Participates in class
• Use non-verbal strategies in verbalize the asking questions
strategies in discussion. criteria of different about known topics
discussion. • Describe logical sequences. in familiar and
• Describe people, places, • Identify clothes routine context.
people, places, events and according to the • Notice similarities
events and objects. weather conditions. and differences
objects. • Use short • Compare, identify among people,
• Understand questions to ask and places, events and
routine for permission differentiate big, objects.
questions. and instructions. medium and small • Understand oral
• Understand • Initiate and join sizes. texts using language
one-to-one in songs, rhymes • Describe people, knowledge.
correspondence. and chants. places, events and
• Associate • Understand oral objects.
school items with texts using • Notice similarities
actions. language and differences
• Initiate and join knowledge. among people,
in songs, rhymes places, events and
and chants. objects.

• Listen to and • Understand a • Listen to and • Listening to and


(LANGUAGE) understand a story. understand a story. understanding a
Communication story. • Know how to • Retell a story. story.
• Know and say say the parts of • Know the words • Know the words
the words for the body. for clothing items. for food, vegetables
school objects • Understand and • Describe the and fruit.
and school follow weather. • Say how many
locations. instructions. • Say what someone objects there are.
• Follow • Understand and is wearing. • Say the words for
directions. answer when • Talk about location numbers
• Identify shapes. asked about of things using 30 to 40.
• Know and say actions. prepositions of
the words for • Know the words place.
school objects for grooming • Use the words for
and school items. colors.
locations. • Describe • Say the words for
• Know the words grooming items. numbers
for colors. • Understand and 20 to 25.
• Understand and answer when • Understand and
answer asked about describe sizes.
questions about actions. • Understand and
the description of • Know the words follow instructions.
objects. for numbers • Express location
• Understand and 1 to 10. using prepositions of
answer questions • Describe the place.
about parts of the day • Describe the
possessions. and the daily shapes of objects.
• Know and routines. • Know how to
describes the • Identify shapes. follow a pattern and
shapes of objects. • Identify colors. say what comes
• Know and say • Listen to, next.
the numbers understand and • Know and
from 1 to 5. retell a story. produces the words
• Know how to • Understand and for shapes. • Know
say his/her age. know the words the words for colors.
• Describe for home • Know the words
physical furniture. for clothing items.
characteristics • Describe daily • Understand and
and abilities. routines. read a story.
• Understand and • Describe weather
answer conditions and
questions about a clothes.
story. • Know the words to
• Describe school describe
related objects according to
activities and their sizes.
skills.
K3 Theme BIMESTER I BIMESTER II BIMESTER III BIMESTER IV
Knowing Ourselves Knowing Our Place and Time Letting Others Knowing Our &
Know Knowing Others
Value Honesty Respect Tolerance Responsibility Trustworthiness

Universal Playing together When we


Understanding allows us to know Communities work It is our job to take We follow the rules participate, we
each other better in different ways care of living things. wherever we go. belong.

Essential Why is it hard to play What rules do you Why is it important


Question with some children What is a What can I do to follow to stay that I participate in
and not with others? community? keep beings alive? healthy? the activities at
home?
Unit Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 6: Staying Unit 7
My Five Senses My Community Animals Everywhere Healthy Family Fun
d/D p/P r/R v/V Th
• Reading • Reading • Reading • Reading • Reading
• Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading
• Sight words • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words
• Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words
• Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing
• Tracing • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing
Literacy
Reading c/C g/G y/Y Ch
• Guided reading • Reading • Reading • Reading • Reading
• Sight words • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading
• Rhyming words • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words
• Journal writing • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words
• Tracing • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing
t/T Reading • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing
• Guided reading
• Sight words n/N h/H z/Z Sh
• Rhyming words • Reading • Reading • Reading • Reading
• Journal writing • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading
• Tracing • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words
• Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words
d/D, l/L, t/T • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing
• Reading • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing
• Guided reading
• Sight words b/B r/R, g/G, h/H q/Q Th, Ch, Sh
• Rhyming words • Reading • Reading • Reading • Reading
• Journal writing • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading • Guided reading
• Tracing • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words • Sight words
• Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words • Rhyming words
• Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing • Journal writing
• Tracing • Tracing • Tracing • Tracing

f/F x/X
• Reading • Reading
• Guided reading • Guided reading
• Sight words • Sight words
• Rhyming words • Rhyming words
• Journal writing • Journal writing
• Tracing • Tracing

p/P, c/C, n/N, v/V, y/Y, z/Z,


b/B, f/F q/Q
• Reading • Reading
• Guided reading • Guided reading
• Sight words • Sight words
• Rhyming words • Rhyming words
• Journal writing • Journal writing
• Tracing • Tracing
Shapes: squares • Shapes: triangle • Shapes: Rectangle • Shapes: triangle • Shapes:
• Sequence • Groups according • Color sequence • Colors rectangle
• Colors to • Size and color • Color sequence • Sequence
• Location: inside – Characteristics • Size: tall – short • • Location:
outside • Color sequence Differences and in front of – behind • Size: tall – short
• Differences and • Location: similarities • Differences and • Groups according
similarities in front of – behind • Location: top – similarities to characteristics
• Location: on – • Differences and bottom • Groups according
Math under similarities • Sequence to characteristics • Differences and
(focused on • Symmetrical • Shapes • Colors • Sizes: long – short similarities
Form, Space objects • Colors • Sequence • Quantities
and Measure) • Shapes • Size: long – short • Color sequences
• Shapes • Shapes: ovals • Location
• Shapes: oval • Location • Colors
• Sizes • Shapes
• Groups according
to
characteristics
• Location: inside –
outside.

Areas of Knowing About the Knowing About the Knowing About the Personal and Social Knowing About the
Learning World World World Development World and the
and the Environment and the and the Environment Environment
Environment • Detect and help
• Handle and • Describe the people who need • Share personal
examine food. • Share characteristics it. experiences.
• Classify elements information about of different animals. • Talk about • Talk about
and living things in his/her everyday • Describe his/her feelings. tasks/chores he/
nature according life characteristics of • Share personal she is responsible
to their at home and in the living things. experiences. for at school and at
characteristics. community. • Classify the home.
• Recognize every • Recognize different Physical and Health
day everyday items elements in nature Development Personal and Social
items such as, such as utensils, according to their Development
utensils, transportation and characteristics. • Use of personal
transportation and clothing. • Understand that hygiene, such as, • Control of
clothing. • Acknowledge he/she is washing teeth and impulsive conduct
• Know that there that he/she is part part of the hands, to avoid that affects others.
are of different social environment illnesses. • Acceptance of
reversible and groups: family, and needs to take • Use of hygienic different roles and
irreversible school, care of it. measures when assume
transformations (as friends and • Take care of and eating and handling responsibility for
in cooking). community. protect food. his/her
• Identify different animals, encourage • Carry out assignments.
Artistic Development public others activities that • Listen to
facilities in their to do the same. require more classmates’
• Interpret songs community complex experiences and
with varying degrees (recreational, Artistic Development coordination. show empathy
of cultural, health, • Identify the author towards what
complexity in education, of some Artistic they say.
rhythm, length, and communication works of art. Development
lyrics. and • Identify the title Artistic
• Keep rhythm to transportation). and lyrics • Recognize stories Development
music. of a song by hearing and poems.
• Art experiments part of it. • Identify the • Listen to and sing
with • Interpret the character or songs, play singing
different materials, meaning of characters that games.
tools Personal and Social classmates’ artwork affected him/her • Sing songs of
and techniques. Development and find differences the most, and why. varying difficulty.
• Narrate and role- and
play events in • Show interest similarities with Mathematical Mathematical
stories. and enthusiasm in his/her own. Thinking Thinking
challenging
Personal and Social situations. Personal and Social • Recognize and • Recognize and
Development • Acknowledge Development use numbers 60 to use numbers 80 to
that boys and girls 80. 90.
• Take care of and can do different • Behave according
respect types of activities. to
himself/herself. • Know that all the expected norms
• Try harder to people are of
achieve his/her different and that cooperation,
goals. everyone’s respect,
• Face challenges participation is honesty and
and come up with important in tolerance.
strategies to society. • Enthusiastic about
overcome them. interacting with
Mathematical other boys
Mathematical Thinking and girls.
Thinking
• Recognize and Mathematical
• Recognize and use use Thinking
numbers 10 to 20. numbers 20 to 40.
• Recognize and use
numbers 40 to 50.
• Identify the five • Compare • Recognize and use • Recognize and • Compare sizes.
( LANGUAGE) senses. personal concept use concept words. • Make
Benchmarks • Identify objects by knowledge with words. • Acquire comparisons:
sight what is heard. • Acquire understanding of young
• Identify objects by • Participates in understanding of new words from and old.
touch: soft, hard, class asking new words from context. • Participates in
smooth, and rough. questions about context. • Understand the class asking
• Identify objects by known topics in • Understand the meaning of words questions about
smell: good and bad. familiar and meaning of words in in significant known
• Identify objects by routine context. significant context. context. topics in familiar
taste: sweet, sour, • Identify • Finding the one • Understand oral and routine
and salty. community that is different. texts using context.
• Identify sounds: workers, their tools • Understand the language • Notice
loud and soft. and their clothing. importance of knowledge. similarities and
• Identify • Identify respecting animals • Distinguish differences among
instruments and the community and between left and people, places,
sounds they make. workers their habitats. right. events and objects.
• Talk to familiar and understand • Identify and • Associate items
people. what they do. recognize healthy babies use and
• Understand the • Notice similarities habits. items children use.
importance of caring and • Give solutions. • Understand that
for others. Differences among • Understand that we can now do
• Understand oral people, some foods and many things for
texts using places, events and drinks promote ourselves.
Language objects. good dental health. • Understand that
knowledge. • Recognize and • Be safe at home. living things grow.
use concept words. • Listen to a story
• Make a story and talk about
innovation. his/her feelings
• Understand the when listening to
meaning of words the story
in significant
context.
• Learn how to tell
the time.
• Help at school.
• Know the words of • Know the words • Know the words • Know the words • Know the words
the five for for zoo for the parts of the for family
senses. community animals. body. members.
• Know how to say workers and their • Use prepositions of • Talk about • Describe other
what the tools. place to describe his/her body. people.
texture of some • Express with location of objects. • Know the words • Know how to
objects are. complete • Know the words to use for healthy express the
• Know the words sentences the for sea habits. differences in
for food. activities the animals and plants. • Talk about people according
• Understand and community • Know how to healthy habits. to their sizes.
follow workers perform. describe a sea • Describe how • Know how to
instructions. • Know the words animal according to he/she feels. express the
• Know how to for its color. • Express his/her differences in
describe smells community • Know the words needs. people according
(LANGUAGE) or flavors. workers and their for animals. to their age.
Communication • Describe what kind tools. • Express actions • Describe health • Know the words
of sound • Know how to using complete problems. for items babies
he/she listen to. express what sentences. • Say how he/she and children use.
• Know the words community • Listen to, feels. • Describe actions.
for musical workers do. understand and • Gives advice. • Express what a
instruments. • Know the words retell a story. baby/child
• Listen to, for workplaces. • Describe physical • Listen to a story. can/can’t do.
understand and • Say where the characteristics. • Know the words • Listen to,
answer questions community • Express desires. for feelings. understand and
that refer to a story. workers perform • Know the numbers • Express how answer questions
• Retell a story. their daily from 40 he/she or someone about a
• Know the numbers activities. to 50. else feels. story.
from 10 • Listen to and • Retell a story.
to 20. understand a • Listen to, • Describe the
story. understand and sizes of things.
• Know high- answer questions • Know the words
frequency words. about a story. for numbers
• Listen to, • Know the words 80 to 90.
understand and for feelings.
retell a story.
• Answer questions • Listen to,
about a story. understand and
• Know how to tell answer questions
the time. about a story.
• Know the • Retell a story.
numbers 20 to 40. • Know the words
for feelings.
• Know the words
for numbers 60 to
80.
1St BIMESTER I BIMESTER II BIMESTER III BIMESTER IV
GRADE Theme Knowing Ourselves Knowing Our Place Letting Others Knowing Our World
and Time Know & Knowing Others
Value Honesty Respect Tolerance Responsibility

Our family identity Non-living and Knowing what good


Universal As we recognize and express our feelings, comes from our living things affect eating habits are
Understanding we learn to understand ourselves. traditions and each other in many allows us to make
celebrations. ways. healthy choices.
How can a non-
Essential Why is it important to express our How can we compare living thing affect a What are good eating
Question feelings? different traditions? living organism in habits?
an environment?

Unit Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 5 Unit 6


School Time People Home Sweet Home The Animal Staying Healthy
World

Project: School time A special Day My family traditions Animal Care Let`s Be Healthy

•Discuss school •Discuss feelings. •Talk about family •Talk about animal •Talk about healthy
activities. •Describe people’s relationships. characteristics. foods.
• Identify school appearance. •Describe homes. • Talk about animal • Talk about healthy
Objectives locations. • Identify parts of •Talk about what habits. habits.
•Name school the body. children do at home. •Talk about animal •Talk about solids,
supplies. • Discuss clothing. habitats. liquids and gases.
•Recognize school •Investigate the
workers. five senses.
•Family
relationships.
•School supplies. Adjectives. • Feelings and • Fruits.
Vocabulary •School workers. • Colors. character. • Animals. •Vegetables.
•Clothes. • Rooms in the •Days of the week.
• The Five Senses. house. • Sports.
• Verbs.
•Simple Present.
•Prepositions of •Comparatives. •Commands.
Language Place. • Simple Present. •Personal Pronouns. •Can – can’t. •Prepositional
•Singular and •Simple Past. •Contractions. •Adjectives. phrases.
plural. •Verbs. •Sequence •Linkers.
•Verbs. markers.

•Friendship • Paper people. •My House. • Lion masks •Drawing pictures.


Art bracelets.

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2nd Theme BIMESTER I BIMESTER II BIMESTER III BIMESTER IV
GRADE Knowing Ourselves Knowing Our Place Letting Others Knowing Our World &
and Time Know Knowing Others
Value Honesty Respect Tolerance Responsibility

Our family’s roles Living things adapt People working


As we grow to recognize our uniqueness, and responsibilities to the changes in together create a
Universal we learn to accept and care for others. influence how their environment healthy Co
Understanding we interact with our in order to survive. mmunity.
community.
What types of How can people work
Essential What makes you unique? How do we interact adaptations do to create a healthy
Question in our community? animals have? community?
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 5 Unit 7
Unit My school My friends and I Home and Family Animals Community

Project: All About me Expressing our My community and Animals in our life My community
feelings I
•Discuss school •Describe people. •Name family •Talk about groups •Identify community
subjects. •Identify feelings. members. of animals. places.
•Identify and •Talk about likes •Describe rooms in •Describe animal •Recognize
describe and a house. characteristics. Community workers.
school activities. dislikes. •Talk about chores. •Identify and •Identify locations.
Objectives •Identify school •Describe clothing •Discuss feelings. describe animal •Give and follow
workers and habitats. directions.
locations.
•Identify school
supplies
and their uses.
•Express personal
preferences.
•Community
•Name family Workers.
•Adjectives. members. •Animals. •Places in the
Vocabulary •School supplies. • Colors. •Describe rooms in •Groups of animals. Community.
•School workers. •Clothes. a house. •Adjectives. •People
• The Five Senses. •Talk about chores. •Antonyms and
•Discuss feelings. Synonyms.

•Comparatives.
•Simple Present. • Simple Present. •Personal and
Language •Indefinite articles. •Possessives. Object pronouns. •Superlatives. •Simple Past.
•Verbs. •Verbs. •Present •Word order.
Progressive.
•There is/are.

Art •Geometric shapes. •Painting with •Family paintings. •Origami. •Potted plant stand.
dots.

Digital Book What Do You Like Meet Jabron. Country and City. Insects Treasure Hunt.
Best at School?
3rd Theme BIMESTER I BIMESTER II BIMESTER III BIMESTER IV
GRADE Knowing Ourselves Knowing Our Place Letting Others Knowing Our World &
and Time Know Knowing Others
Value Honesty Respect Tolerance Responsibility

People in
Universal communities work Nature affects our Our lifestyles impact
Understanding Many people care about us. together for daily lives. our health.
a common cause.

Essential What common How does Nature Why do our lifestyle


Question How do we care for other people? cause do we want affect our live. impact our health.
to work on?
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 6
Unit Back to school People around me Home and Family The world around Health and Lifestyle
us

Project: Good classmates Friends A common cause Our relationship My community


with nature
Objectives •Discuss school •Describe people’s •Define community •Explore planets •Explore daily
activities. appearances. locations. and the solar routines.
•Identify school •Discuss clothing. •Identify system. •Discuss diet and the
locations. •Identify problems community •Identify continents body.
•Name school and workers. and landforms. •Analyze the food
supplies. solutions. •Learn about •Understand the guide pyramid.
•Name family historic buildings. phases of the •Identify healthy
members. •Discuss moon. choices.
volunteering.
•Explore daily
routines.
•School. •Clothing. •Places in the city. •Planets and space. •Discuss diet and the
Vocabulary •Locations. •Adjectives. •Verbs. •Verbs in past. body.
•Professions. •Analyze the food
guide pyramid.
•Identify healthy
choices.
•Nouns. •Nouns. •Prefixes and •Regular and •Synonyms.
Language •Articles. •Articles. suffixes. Irregular verbs •Homophones.
•Simple Present. •Simple Present. •Subject-verb in Past. •Homographs.
agreement. •Plural nouns. •Simple Present.
•Simple Future.
Art •Primary and •Drawing portraits •Drawing a •Comparing •Drawing a still life.
secondary colors cityscape landscapes.

Digital Book Jake’s Helpful My Grandpa What a Tree Has Our Solar System Fuel to Win
Notebook Seen
4th Theme BIMESTER 1 BIMESTER 2 BIMESTER 3 BIMESTER 4
GRADE Knowing Ourselves Knowing Our Place Letting Others Know Knowing Our World
and Time
Value Honesty Respect Tolerance Responsibility

We tell stories in
different ways and
Universal for different Sports events affect Ancient civilizations interpreted the Our lifestyles impact
Understanding reasons, revealing communities. Universe in different ways. our health.
our thoughts,
feelings and values.

Unit Unit 2 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8


Continents The Universe Inventions Exploring new Transportation
cultures

Project: People and other Seasons of the year New inventions Feeling welcome Transportation of the
cultures future

Objectives • Explore the seven • Explore our solar • Discuss • Discuss


continents. system. American immigrants
• Discuss cultures • Discuss the inventors. in the United
around the world. constellations. • Explore States.
• Explain how to • Describe maps inventions and • Identify
use maps and and map making. safety. contributions
globes. • Discuss myths and • Analyze made by
natural events. manufacturing. immigrants.
• Analyze
adaptation.
Vocabulary • Geography • Science • Inventions • Immigration
• Astronomy • Science • Citizenship
• Antonyms • Actions • Homonyms

Language • Adverbs • Sequence • Contractions •Regular and •Synonyms.


• Verbs markers • Possessive Irregular verbs •Homophones.
• Prepositions • Superlatives forms of nouns in Past. •Homographs.
• Prepositions • Conjunctions •Plural nouns. •Simple Present.
•Simple Future.

Art • African masks Contrast and • Diagrams •Comparing •Drawing a still life.
Movement landscapes.
Digital Book Antarctica: the The Star Party Microscopes:
World’s Windows on
Wildest Continent Hidden Worlds.