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The Ant and the

Language Arts, Step 3 Third Term
Indicator 1
Boston International School
Learn the value to plan the future and made goals through
comparisons and fables.

Identify the vocabulary through sentences about animals
and create sentences using comparisons.
God is our guide
Psalm 37:5
Commit your way to the LORD;
. trust in him, and he will act.
Speaking Project
What will I be when I grow up?
Each student will prepare a speech or PPT to talk about what
they want to be why they grow up or to talk about their future.

Evaluation Criteria:
Use the vocabulary
Express your own ideas
Creativity and outfit for the presentation
Due time: July 21st, 2016
Phonics : long Vowel /a/ai,ay
Teacher will have students point to the
word grain on page 193 of the students
Edition and say the word aloud, and have
student repeat.
The letters ai and ay can stand for the /a/
sound. Listen for the sound as I say the
words again grain day-.Repeat after the
Vocabulary: Pronounce and look up the
definition of the words in your book,
afterwards write it in the dictionary


Students will write sentences on their
1. A courtyard is an open area with the walls of a building
around it.
2. Farmers plant their crops in the ground in rows.
3. Jon and Billys new tent is a shelter from the sun.
4. Farmers plant their crops in the ground in rows.
5. A festival is a time to celebrate. These women dance at
a festival in Mexico.
6. It is a little past twelve oclock. It could be noon or
7. This hourglass uses sand to measure one hour. When
the last grain of sand falls, one hour has passed.
Instruction: Students will practice the following
Draw on the board three boxes of increasing

After that have students practice making comparisons

by describing classroom objects and animals.
Have students copy the everyday words on their
notebook and write sentences to make comparissons.
for example:

This tent is smaller than the others shelters.

A grape is bigger than one grain of sand.
The winter festival is the biggest celebration of the

Students will read on page 192- to 199 and
answer the following questions
1. What does the grasshopper do while the ants
2. Why do the ants work so hard?
3. What important lesson does the grasshopper learn at the
end of the story?
4. Are you more like an ant or a grasshopper? Explain your
Lets Play
Students will work on their practice book page 45-50
Principle: Effort and Courage
Joshua 1:7New International Version (NIV)
7 Be strong and very courageous. Be careful to

obey all the law my servant Moses gave you; do not

turn from it to the right or to the left, that you may be
successful wherever you go.

Students will understand that there are moments in

our lives in which we dont have to pray but to have
courage enough to act in faith knowing that God has
our backs even though the circumstances show
opposite things.