Third Grade Unit 4

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2. What language skills are needed to comprehend third grade text?
  a. This means I can use language components to make meaning clear.
    Subject Title Series
Reading and Writing America Rock Schoolhouse Rock!
Reading and Writing Descriptive Words and Phrases Grammar for Children
Reading and Writing Exclamation Mark Rooster's Hamlet
Reading and Writing Grammar Rock Schoolhouse Rock!
Reading and Writing Identifying Letters and Sounds Reading for Children
Reading and Writing Identifying Words Reading for Children
Reading and Writing Nouns Grammar for Children
Reading and Writing Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Long Vowels A,I,O Phonics in Context
Reading and Writing Punctuation Grammar for Children
Reading and Writing Reading Aloud Reading for Children
Reading and Writing Reading Comprehension Reading for Children
Reading and Writing Reading Fiction and Nonfiction Reading for Children
Reading and Writing Schoolhouse Rock! Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Reading and Writing Schoolhouse Rock! Special 30th Anniversary Edition Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Reading and Writing Sentences Grammar for Children
Reading and Writing The Comma Rooster's Hamlet
Reading and Writing The Writing Process Writing for Children
Reading and Writing Verbs Grammar for Children
Reading and Writing Word Pup Discovers Endings Phonics in Context
Reading and Writing Writing Resources Writing for Children
3. What are community and country rights and responsibilities?
  a. This means I can describe the rights and responsibilities inherent in being a contributing member of a community.
    Subject Title Series
Citizenship American Citizenship American Government for Children
Citizenship Becoming an Active Citizen My America: Building a Democracy
Citizenship Constitution Day Holidays for Children
Citizenship Don't Laugh at Me: Grades 2-5
Citizenship Election Day America's Special Days
Citizenship Election Day Holidays for Children
Citizenship How We Elect a President Citizens Rule!
Citizenship Road to the White House: How We Elect Our President
Citizenship Schoolhouse Rock! Election Collection Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Citizenship So You Want to be President
Citizenship Susan B. Anthony Great Americans for Children
Citizenship We Vote Primary Citizenship Classroom
Citizenship You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown Peanuts DVD
Community Communities of the Past Understanding My Community
Community Communities of the Past Community Helpers
Community Community Rules and Laws Community Helpers
Community Environmental Scientist Community Helpers
Community Family Doctor Community Helpers
Community Fire Station My Community
Community Firefighter Community Helpers
Community Hospital My Community
Community How Communities are Alike and Different Understanding My Community
Community How Geography Affects Communities Community Helpers
Community How Geography Shapes a Community Understanding My Community
Community Library My Community
Community Local Businesses My Community
Community Local Government My Community
Community Nature in the City My Neighborhood, My Community
Community People in the City My Neighborhood, My Community
Community People in the Country My Neighborhood, My Community
Community Pharmacist Community Helpers
Community Police Station My Community
Community Post Office My Community
Community Recycling Coordinator Community Helpers
Community School My Community
Community Teacher Community Helpers
Community Transportation My Community
Community What is a Community? My Community
Community What is a Community? Community Helpers
Community Why Communities Have Rules Understanding My Community
Community Why People Work Community Helpers
Community Why People Work in a Community Understanding My Community
4. What does the government do to meet community needs?
  a. This means I can identify ways community's needs are met by government.
    Subject Title Series
Government What is a Democracy? My America: Building a Democracy
Government Federal, State and Local Government American Government for Children
Government Local Government My Community
Government How We Elect a President Citizens Rule!
Government History of American Government American Government for Children
Government A History of the Presidency American Government for Children
Government The Three Branches of Government American Government for Children
Government What is Government? American Government for Children
Government This is Our Government Our United States Collection
Government Road to the White House: How We Elect Our President
Government United We Stand/Liberty or Death! Liberty's Kids
5. What is immigration?
  a. This means I can explain how immigration changes and contributes to a community and the country.
    Subject Title Series
Cultures African-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Arab-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Central American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Chinese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Irish-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Japanese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Jewish-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Korean-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Mexican-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Native American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Puerto Rican Heritage American Cultures for Children
Cultures Vietnamese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigration Early Settlers: The Era of Colonization American Heritage
Immigration Grandfather's Journey
Immigration How Many Days to America: Thanksgiving Story
Immigration Immigration to the U.S. American History for Children
Immigration Immigration to the United States American Heritage
Immigration Molly's Pilgrim
Immigration Moving to America: Then and Now Our United States Collection
Immigration Sea to Shining Sea: Stories of America Reading Rainbow Favorites
Immigration Watch the Stars Come Out Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Immigration What is an American? My America: Building a Democracy
6. What documents and symbols reflect and inspire citizenship?
  a. This means I can identify and interact with the United States documents and symbols that inspire and reflect citizenship.
    Subject Title Series
Symbols of America American Bald Eagle Symbols of America
Symbols of America Americana Tell Me Why
Symbols of America Classroom Jeopardy! Grade 3 Game Cartridge, Part 1
Symbols of America Constitution Day Holidays for Children
Symbols of America Constitution of the United States Symbols of America
Symbols of America Declaration of Independence Symbols of America
Symbols of America Flag Day/Citizenship Day America's Special Days
Symbols of America Getting to Know Thomas Jefferson Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents
Symbols of America How We Elect a President Citizens Rule!
Symbols of America Images of Liberty Symbols of America
Symbols of America Our Founding Documents Citizens Rule!
Symbols of America Symbols of America Citizens Rule!
Symbols of America Symbols of Freedom and Justice My America: Building a Democracy
Symbols of America Thanksgiving Day U.S. Holidays America Celebrates
Symbols of America The Pledge and the Anthem: Behind the Words
Symbols of America The White House Symbols of America
Symbols of America U.S. Capitol Building Symbols of America
Symbols of America U.S. Flag Symbols of America
Symbols of America U.S. Symbols Our United States Collection
Symbols of America U.S. Symbols Our Modern U.S. History
Symbols of America Uncle Sam Symbols of America