# Horizontal Map

Topics: Fiction, Writing, Mathematics Pages: 9 (1967 words) Published: June 18, 2013
Week 1|
Day| English| Mathematics| Science| Social Studies| Integration Possibilities| 6| Literary ELACC2RL1-10, Informational ELACC2RI1-10, Narrative ELACC2W3 Comprehension of Fiction, Phonics, Writing| GA CCSS 2.2OAAdd and Subtract within Twenty| S2CS2 a-c: Computation & Estimation skills; S2CS5 a,b: Communicate scientific ideas| GA SS2H2 a,bDescribe the Georgia Creek and Cherokee cultures| ART- During History class, students can work in groups to create murals that showcase theGeorgia Creek and Cherokee cultures of the past.Science & Math – students will use computation and estimation skillsScience & History – students will communicate scientific ideas by comparing and describing past and present Cherokee cultures| 7| | | | | |

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Week 3|
Day| English| Mathematics| Science| Social Studies| Integration Possibilities| 1| Literary ELACC2RL1-10, Informational ELACC2RI1-10, Narrative ELACC2W3 Comprehension of Fiction, Phonics, Writing| GA CCSS 2.1OARepresent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.| GA S2CS1 aRaise questions about the world around them and be willing to see answers. Be aware of the importance of the habits of mind.| GA SS2H1 a,bRead about and describe the lives of historical figures in Georgia history.| Art - students will draw pictures of how they determined "how many" in mathScience, History, & Writing – students will write in their journal a paragraph on the important characteristics of a historical figure in Georgia history.| 2| | | | | |

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Week 3|
Day| English| Mathematics| Science| Social Studies| Integration Possibilities| 11| Literary ELACC2RL1-10, Informational ELACC2RI1-10, Narrative ELACC2W3 Comprehension of Fiction, Phonics, Writing| GA CCSS 2.3 & 2.4 OA Work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication.| S2E1 – attributes of starts| SS2G1 a: Locate all the geographic regions of Georgia| Art – students will cut out and paste their vocabulary words into their dictionaryART—During History class, the students will create a map illustrating the major topographicalfeatures of Georgia. WRITING—During History class, the students will write, on the bottom oftheir maps, a paragraph describing the features that define Georgia’s surface.| 12| | | | | |

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14| | | S2E2 a – investigate the sun| | |
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Week 4|
Day| English| Mathematics| Science| Social Studies| Integration Possibilities| 16| Literary ELACC2RL1-10, Informational ELACC2RI1-10, Narrative ELACC2W3 Comprehension of Fiction, Phonics, Writing| GA CCSS 2.1 NBT a-b – Representation of three-digit numbers| S2E2 a-c: investigate the position of sun and moon to show patterns| SS2G2 b: Locate the major rivers| Art-students will create a shadow stickArt-students will create a map showing the location of the major riversArt – students will cut out and paste their vocabulary words into their dictionary| 17| | | | | |

18| | | | SS2G2 a-c: Describe cultural and geographic systems associated with historical figures| | 19| | | | | |
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Week 5|
Day| English| Mathematics| Science| Social Studies| Integration Possibilities| 21| Literary ELACC2RL1-10, Informational ELACC2RI1-10, Narrative ELACC2W3 Comprehension of Fiction, Phonics, Writing| GA CCSS 2.2-2.3 NBT: Count within 1000; Read and write numbers to 1000| S2E2 d: Use observations and charts to record the shape of the moon| SS2G2 a-c: Describe cultural and geographic systems associated with historical figures| Art-students will draw the shape of the moon over the course of a weekWriting-students will write in their journal their observations of the moonMath & History-students will create a timeline of historic figures ideas...