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OCEAN HABITAT: Level 1

IDEA PAGES


  1. UNIT THEME

  • The ocean is a habitat for many living things

  • Characteristics of ocean life – classification, same/different

  • Cross cultural sensitivity – all life has the same basic needs in a habit for food/water and shelter.




  1. FOCUS/MOTIVATION

  • Picture file cards

  • Observation charts

  • Inquiry charts

  • Cognitive Content Dictionary




  1. CLOSURE

  • Process charts

  • Ocean jeopardy

  • Class Ocean ABC big book

  • Share team Important Thing big books

  • Share team and individual explorations

  • Ongoing learning log assessments

  • Ocean portfolio assessment interviews

  • Student-made tests




  1. CONCEPTS
  • The ocean is a habitat to many different living organisms

  • A habitat provides the basic needs for life and growth of plants and animals

  • Ocean life can be classified based on similar and different characteristics

  • Humans affect the habitat of ocean plants and animals

SCIENCE: WA State Standards Grade 1(Revised 2009)


EALR 1 — SYSTEMS: Part-Whole Relationships

K-1 SYSA Living and nonliving things are made of parts. People give names of the parts that are different from the name of the whole object, plant, or animal.


EALR 2 — INQUIRY: Making Observations

K-1 INQA Question and Investigate

K-1 INQC Explain and Infer

K-1 INQD Communicate

K-1 INQE Communicate

K-1 INQF Intellectual Honesty



EALR 4 – LIFE SCIENCE: Structures and Functions of Living Organisms

Core Content: Plant and Animal Parts

K-1 LSIB All plants and animals have various external parts.

K-1 LS1D Different animals use their body parts in different ways to see, hear, grasp objects, and move from place to place.

K-1 LS1F Most plants have roots to get water and leaves to gather sunlight.


EARL 4 – LIFE SCIENCE: Ecosystems

Core Content: Habitat

K-1 LS2A There are different kinds of natural areas, or habitats, where many different plants and animals live together.

K-1 LS2B A habitat supports the growth of many different plants and animals by meetings their basic needs of food, water, and shelter.

K-1 LS2C Humans can change natural habitats in ways that can be helpful or harmful for the plants and animals that live there.


SOCIAL STUDIES: WA State Standards Grade 1

EALR 3 – GEOGRAPHY: The student uses a spatial perspective to make reasoned decisions by applying the concepts of location, region, and movement and demonstrating knowledge of how geographic features and human cultures impact environments.

3.1 Understands the physical characteristics, cultural characteristics, and location of places, regions, and spatial patterns on the earth’s surface.

3.1.1 Understands and uses maps and globes to identify major bodies of

water and continental land masses.

3.2 Understands human interaction with the environment.


  1. VOCABULARY

  • Oceanographer, habitat, marine, coral reef, tropical

  • Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean

  • Phylum, Chordata, vertebrae, invertebrate, backbone

  • Porifera, sponges, Annelida, worms

  • Coelenterata, jellyfish, (jellies), coral, sea anemone, tentacle

  • Mollusca, octopus, squid, clam, snail, oyster

  • Anthropoda, crustacean, exoskeleton, molt, lobster, crab

  • Echinodermata, starfish, sea urchin, sand dollar

  • Fish, seahorse, bony, gills, luminescence, scales, jawless, eel, cartilaginous, shark, ray

  • Mammal, humpback whale, dolphin, sea lion, seal

  • Baleen, fluke, lobtailing, breaching, skyhopping, warm blooded

  • Plants, algae, seaweed, photosynthesis

  • Reptile, sea turtle, loggerhead turtle, migration

  • Predator, enemy, prey, pollution, protection

  • Predict, classify, revise, categorize




  1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE ART STANDARDS


READING: WA State 1st Grade Standards

EALR 1: The student understands and uses different skills and strategies to read.

1.1 Use word recognition skills and strategies to read and comprehend text.

1.2 Use vocabulary (word meaning) strategies to comprehend text.

1.3 Build vocabulary through wide reading

1.4. Apply word recognition skills and strategies to read fluently.
EALR 2: The student understands the meaning of what is read.

2.1 Demonstrate evidence of reading comprehension

2.2 Understand and apply knowledge of text components to comprehend text.

2.3 Expand comprehension by analyzing, interpreting, and synthesizing information and ideas informational and literary text.

2.4 Think critically and analyze author’s use of language, style, purpose, and

perspective in information and literary style.


EALR 3: The student reads different materials for a variety of purposes.

3.1 Read to learn new information.

3.2 Read to perform a task.

3.4 Read for literary/narrative experience in a variety of genres.


EALR 4: The student sets goals and evaluates progress to improve reading.

4.1 Assess reading strengths and need for improvement.

4.2 Develop interests and share reading experiences.

WRITING: WA State 1st Grade Standards

EALR 1: The student understands and uses a writing process.


    1. Prewrites to generate ideas and plan writing.

    2. Produces draft(s).

    3. Revises to improve text.

    4. Edits text.

    5. Publishes text to share with audience.

    6. Adjusts writing process as necessary.



EALR 2: The student writes in a variety of forms for different audiences and purposes.

2.1 Adapts writing for a variety of audiences.

2.2 Writes for different purposes.

2.3 Writes in a variety of forms/genres.

2.4 Writes for career applications.
EALR 3: The student writes clearly and effectively.

3.1 Develops ideas and organizes writing.

3.2 Uses appropriate style.

3.3 Knows and applies appropriate grade level writing conventions.


EALR 4: The student analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of written work.

4.1 Analyzes and evaluates others’ and own writing.

4.2 Sets goals for improvement.

COMMUNICATION: WA State 1st Grade Standards

EALR 1: The student uses listening and observation skills and strategies to gain understanding.


    1. Uses listening and observation skills and strategies to focus attention and interpret information.

    2. Understands, analyzes, synthesizes, or evaluates information from a variety of sources.


EALR 2: The student uses communication skills and strategies to interact/work effectively with others.

2.1 Uses language to interact effectively and responsibly in a multicultural

context.

2.2 Uses interpersonal skills and strategies in a multicultural context to work

collaboratively, solve problems, and perform tasks.

2.3. Uses skills and strategies to communicate interculturally.


EALR 3: The student uses communication skills and strategies to effectively present ideas and one’s self in a variety of situations.

3.1 Uses knowledge of topic/theme, audience, and purpose to plan presentations.

3.2 Uses media and other resources to support presentations.

3.3 Uses effective delivery.


EALR 4: The student analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of communication.

4.1 Assesses effectiveness of one’s own and others’ communication.

4.2 Sets goals for improvement.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS: Washington State K-2
ELD READING STANDARDS K-2

EALR 1: The student understands and uses different skills and strategies to read.

Component 1.1: Use word recognitions skills and strategies to read and comprehend text.




Proficiency Level

K-2

Beginning

(EALR 1

Comp. 1.1)


  • Recognize and use English concepts of print (e.g., alphabet, upper/lower case, directionality, words v. sentence, punctuation, parts of book).

  • Recognize English phonemes that correspond to phonemes student already hears and produces.

  • Recognize and respond to rhyming words ending with phonemes the student already hears and produces.

  • Produce known words that begin with phonemes student already hears and produces.

  • Use gestures and single word responses to participate in a discussion of a story read aloud.

Advanced Beginning


(EALR 1

Comp. 1.1)

  • Recognize English phonemes.

  • Produce and respond to rhyming words ending with phonemes students already hear and produce.

  • Use words and/or phrases to participate in a discussion of a story read aloud.

  • Use knowledge of phonics associated with known sounds to read familiar words.

Intermediate


(EALR 1

Comp. 1.1)



  • Orally manipulate and segment simple known words by onset and rime.

  • Segment and blend words containing 2-3 phonemes.

  • Orally identify syllables in known words.

  • Identify shared consonant and vowel sounds in known words.

  • Use on-set and rime in word families to decode known words.

  • Use simple sentences to participate in a discussion of a story listened to or read aloud.

  • Decode known words following common vowel patterns.

  • Recognize that sounds are represented by different single letters and combinations of letters (e.g., fish and rough).

Advanced


(EALR 1

Comp. 1.1)


  • Orally segment and blend known multi-syllabic words.

  • Add, delete, and/or substitute one phoneme for another in initial and final positions to make a new word.

  • Participate in a discussion of a story listened to or read aloud.

  • Use knowledge of phonics to read familiar words.

  • Decode words following patterns, word families, etc.

Transitional


(EALR 1

Comp. 1.1)



  • Add, delete, or substitute one phoneme for another in initial, medial, and final positions to make a new word.

  • Participate in a discussion of a story listened to or read aloud.

  • Use knowledge of phonics to read unfamiliar words.

  • Read words containing complex letter patterns/word families.

  • Apply multi-syllabic decoding when reading two and three syllable words.


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