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A Correlation of Scott Foresman Reading Street Common Core, 2013 To Pearson myworld Social Studies We Are Connected 2013 Introduction This document demonstrates how content aligns to, Correlation page references are to the Student Edition and Teacher s Edition and are cited by grade and unit. Everyone has a story. What s yours? myworld Social Studies utilizes storytelling to bring social studies content to life. Exclusive interactive digital solution makes social studies personal for every student in a way that s easier for the instructor. With myworld Social Studies, you can get to the heart of social studies in the time you have. Reinforce literacy instruction Every minute spent teaching social studies also reinforces reading and writing instruction. Reduce prep time Ready-made digital presentations, quick-start Teacher Guide, and easy-to-use online resources reduce time. Keep it current Teach to the moment using Pearson s exclusive mystory Book Current Events prompts. Interactive Student Text Interactive Student Worktexts promote active learning and support students who are learning to read in the content areas. Standards-based content is presented in an interactive format that promotes active reading strategies. Common Core Reading Street Common Core is a comprehensive reading program that is built on solid research and prioritizes instruction for the five core areas of reading instruction for every grade: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary and Text-Based Comprehension. The foundation of the program was built by an authorship team comprised of nationally renowned authors who are also leaders in the creation and review of the Common Core State Standards. These include Karen Wixson, Peter Afflerbach, and P. David Pearson. Reading Street Common Core is built to help teachers easily implement the Common Core State Standards through rigor and relevance, text complexity, persuasive and informational writing, and personalized learning. A focus on concepts, language, and content area knowledge ensures that students are building that deep, transferable knowledge necessary for comprehension, and ultimately, college and career readiness. At the heart of Reading Street and the Common Core State Standards--is the goal that all students are able to comprehend on-level text independently. Students have numerous varied opportunities to meet each standard at each grade level. Among the instruction that aids in this goal is the Read for Understanding Routine, which includes guiding students through the main selection using structured Access Text instruction, as well as Close Reading instruction to develop students higher-order thinking skills. Reading Street Sleuth encourages students to read like a detective and to use textual evidence as clues to make their case and prove it through performance tasks. 2 Table of Contents Chapter 1 Our Communities... 4 Chapter 2 Our Environment... 5 Chapter 3 Communities Build a Nation... 6 Chapter 4 U.S. Government... 6 Chapter 5 Citizenship... 7 Chapter 6 A Growing Nation... 8 Chapter 7 Working in Our Communities... 9 Chapter 8 Celebrating Our Communities Chapter 1 Our Communities Lesson 1, What Makes Community? Lesson 2, Where Communities Are Located Lesson 3, Three Types of Communities : Kumak s Fish, : Good-Bye 382 Shin Dang Dong, : Sing a Song of People, 284g-284h, : Me and Uncle Romie, : Country to City, 354g-354h, Life in the Arctic Time for the Team 3.5 Our New Home From Country to City A Walk Around the City Bobby s New Apartment Let s Go Have Fun! From a Small Town to a Big City Target Reading Skills: Generalize Generalize 3.3: 472a, , 486e, 501h, UR38- UR43 3.4: 24a, 24-25, 53h, UR8-UR13 3.6: 498a, , 512e, 531h, UR48- UR53 4 Chapter 2 Our Environment Lesson 1, Land and Water Lesson 2, Weather and Climate Lesson 3, Using Earth's Resources Lesson 4, Interacting With the Environment : How a Kite Changed the World, 50g- 50h, 50-51, : Around One Cactus, : Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest, : Paul Bunyan and the Great Lakes, 80g-80h, 80-81, Life in the Arctic Journey Across the Arctic 3.2 The Frozen Continent Antarctica 3.3 Exploring the Rocky Mountains The Hot Desert Desert Life Coral Reefs Rainforests Around the World 3.4 Extremes How to Measure the Weather Measuring the Earth Largest, Fastest, Lightest, Longest How Big? How Strong? Hurricanes and Earthquakes Gemstones Around the World Cause and Effect Cause and Effect 3.3: 506a, , 518e, 537h, UR48- UR53 3.4: 154a, , 168e, 183h, UR48- UR53 3.6: 398a, , 412e, 429h, UR18- UR23 5 Chapter 3 Communities Build a Nation Lesson 1, America's First Peoples Lesson 2, Early Explorers Lesson 3, Early Spanish Communities Lesson 4, Early French Communities Lesson 5, Early English Communities Lesson 6, Creating a New Nation Sequence Chapter 4 U.S. Government Lesson 1, Our Democracy Lesson 2, Branches of Government Lesson 3, Levels of Government : A Nation of Immigrants, 390g-390h, The Story of Our Freedom Sweet Freedom! Sequence 3.1: 60a, 60-61, 72e, 89h, 94a, 94-95, 106e, 121h, UR18-UR23, UR28-UR33 3.5: 258a, , 272e, 287h, UR28- UR33 3.6: The Story of the Statue of Liberty, : Once Upon a Constitution, 424g-424h, The Statue of Liberty Symbols, Signs, and Songs of America The Eagle, A Symbol of Freedom We Have Rules The Story of Our Freedom Summarize Summarize 3.1: 60a, 72e 3.4: 24a, : 292a 6 Chapter 5 Citizenship Lesson 1, Good Citizens, Good Deeds Lesson 2, Taking Action for Our Rights Lesson 3, Taking Action for a Cause : Tops & Bottoms, : A Symphony of Whales, : Talking Walls: Art for the People, : Atlantis: The Legend of a Lost City, Let s Be Fair! Our Garden A Garden for Everyone Helping Whales Rescuing Whales Whale Rescue at Cape Cod Bay 3.4 Great Women in U.S. History Changing Times: Women in Early Twentieth Century 3.6 Gina Becomes a Citizen One Forest, Different Trees Thomas Hart Benton: Painter of Murals The Wall of Names We Have Rules The Story of Our Freedom Freedom for All! Sweet Freedom! Fact and Opinion Fact and Opinion 3.4: 90a, 90-91, 115h, 120a, , 149h, UR28-UR33, UR38-UR43 3.6: 370a, , 282e, 393h, UR8- UR13 7 Chapter 6 A Growing Nation Lesson 1, New Ways to Travel Lesson 2, A New Home in America Lesson 3, New Ways to Communicate Lesson 4, New Ideas : How a Kite Changed the World, 50g- 50h, 50-51, : The Story of the Statue of Liberty, : A Nation of Immigrants, 390g-390h, Learning New Things 3.4 Great Women in U.S. History 3.5 Our New Home A New Country 3.6 The Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty: A Gift from France The Story of Our Freedom Target Reading Skills: Draw Conclusions Draw Conclusions 3.2: 270a, , 282e, 299h, UR28- UR33 3.3: 374a, , 388e, 403h, UR8- UR13 3.5: 292a, , 319h, UR38-UR43 8 Chapter 7 Working in Our Communities Lesson 1, Meeting Our Needs and Wants Lesson 2, Producers and Consumers Lesson 3, Exchanging Goods and Services Lesson 4, Spending and Saving Lesson 5, Many Different Jobs Main idea and Details 3.1: What About Me? : Supermarket, : Money from Long Ago, 154g-154h, , : My Rows and Piles of Coins, : Learning About Money, 188g-188h, , Trading This for That It s a Fair Swap! Let s Make a Trade What s Money All About Our Food The Shopping Trip Going to the Market I Have a Dollar The Market Adventure Money to Spend Main Idea and Details 3.2: 204a, , 216e, 231h, 338a, , 350e, 363h, UR8-UR13, UR48- UR53 3.5: 226a, , 238e, 253h, UR18- UR23 9 Chapter 8 Celebrating Our Communities Lesson 1, People and Cultures Lesson 2, Culture Through the Arts Lesson 3, Cultural Celebrations Lesson 4, Our Nation's Diversity : The Big Soccer Game, 260g-260h, , : Prudy s Problem and How She Solved It, : Meeting the Challenge of Collecting, 294g-294h, , : Pushing Up the Sky, : Catch It and Run, 428g-428h, : The Man Who Invented Basketball, : My Turn at Bat: The Story of My Life, 46g-46h, : Rocks in His Head, : America s Champion Swimmer: Gertrude Ederle, : Women Athletes, 144g-144h, : Fly, Eagle, Fly! An African Tale, : Purple Coyote, 176g-176h, : Good-Bye 382 Shin Dang Dong, : Sing a Song of People, 284g-284h, : Jalapeño Bagels, : Foods of Mexico, 314g-314h, : Happy Birthday Mr. Kang, : Talking Walls: Art for the People, Mama s Birthday Garden A Family of Collections Jack s Library The Magic of Coyote 3.3 Explaining Nature The Hunters and the Elk The Thunder and Lightning Men Grandmother Spider Steals the Sun The Legend of the North Star 10 (Continued) Lesson 1, People and Cultures Lesson 2, Culture Through the Arts, Lesson 3, Cultural Celebrations Lesson 4, Our Nation's Diversity Reading Skills: Compare and Contrast (Continued) 3.4 Extraordinary Athletes My Good Friend I Collect Rocks Grandpa s Rock Kit What Careers Interest You? Great Women in U.S. History Changing Times: Women in Early Twentieth Century 3.5 Our New Home A Child s Life in Korea Joanie s House Becomes a Home A New Country Bread! The World of Bread! Kapuapua s Magic Shell Mixing, Kneading, and Baking: The Baker s Art The Story of Pizza 3.6 New York s Chinatown China s Special Gifts to the World Many Voices Lily s Adventure Around the Worlds Thomas Hart Benton: Painter of Murals Compare and Contrast: 3.1: 126a, , 140e, 159h, UR38- UR43 3.2: 236a, , 248e, 265h, UR18- UR23 3.5: 194a, , 206e, 221h, UR8- UR13 11
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