Technology Integrated CurriculumThird Grade
Language Arts Math Science Social StudiesCreate and Collaborate in Daily 5 in Digital Literacy Centers: Students participate in Daily 5 stations to build digital literacy skills through communication, collaboration, critical-thinking and creativity with GAFE, Tumblebooks, NetTrekker and World Book Online.Using the shared Google Slides, students make a copy; share the copy with teacher; and complete Frayer models of dot plot, pictograph, and bar graph.
Students use digital imaging and capture examples of solids, liquids, and gases found in the school environment and use them to create a Google Slides presentation to explain how each example fits into each category.Local, State and National Services: Student will use Microsoft Word to create a table containing copyright free images to illustrate the services provided by local, state, and national governments.In the computer lab, students will use the game-based assessment tool Kahoot! to examine a realistic fiction mentor text.Students will create a digital representation of strategies used to solve addition and subtraction problems using Number Pieces Basic and Popplet Application.Students gather different items and capture examples of digital images that represent examples of mechanical, sound, light, and heat/thermal energy.Digital Citizenship: Teacher will need to verify the lesson completion on or after Oct. 2, 2017 and before Nov. 10, 2017.
Students will use the Netrekker Search and Refine tools as a source of information for biographies and autobiographies.Students will use the document camera or other recording tool to model the emotion and theme of a selected piece of poetry.Students will create their own examples of fractions on a number line using Google Slides.
All Things Fractions Game BoardStudents modify toy cars with magnets to observe how the force of magnetism on objects affects motion. Students participate in a Magnetic Car Race Design Challenge.
Students will use the Internet to research the top 100 nonprofits and select two and supply information in a collaborative Google Sheet.
Celebrate Computer Science Education Week! Students will use beginning programming to connect basic computer science concepts to procedural text.Students will document in an electronic math journal their understanding and learning of partitioning using images and Google Draw.
3.4D,E Multiplication/Equal GroupsStudents create a graph of soil composition, use a digital device to examine a soil sample, take and insert a picture into a document, and record data on a graphic organizer.Advertisements and the 5 Elements: Students will use Google Apps Drawing to create an advertisement for the product using the 5 elements.
Students will use online tools to read and write examples of expository writing.Students will document their understanding and learning of multiplication and division strategies using electronic tools such as Educreations and GAFE Slides.
Find those FREE Images:
The student will search under teacher direction for non-copyrighted images of famous people on Google (possible images - Jonas Salk, Maria Mitchell, Cyrus McCormick, Bill Gates, Louis Pasteur, Benjamin Franklin).Students will use the Windows based snipping tool to snip the images and insert them into a Word document.Students will use online tools to read and write examples of persuasive writing.Students will use Google Sheets and Slides to create, record and display real world examples of geometric shapes, and label their attributes.
3.6C,D Area/Perimeter HyperdocEcosystem Challenge: Students will use Google Docs and an Online Simulation to explore, plan and attempt to keep an ecosystem healthy.
The student will use the website ReadWriteThink to create a timeline of events leading to the establishment of the US Government.Students will use online tools to create original responses of comparative analysis.Students will determine the perimeter of a polygon or a missing length when given perimeter and remaining side lengths using digital tools such as Geoboard and Educreations.
Students will create an original poster/infographic demonstrating examples of respect.
Famous Authors, Poets, Illustrators and Artists HyperdocStudents will model digital citizenship and build digital literacy skills through communication, collaboration, critical-thinking and creativity.Students will use Google Docs to draft and publish a collection of math word problems, and work collaboratively with peers to implement problem solving strategies to solve each other’s word problems.Presenting Contemporary / Historical Figures: Students will create a presentation of historical and contemporary figures from unit 8 .