This course is based on Wonders G3 book. It has 6 units, each units have 5 stories.
Unit 1 Stories:
Lesson 1 – Bruno’s New Home; Wolf!
Skills: Character; Fantasy; Synonyms
Lesson 2 – The Dream Catcher; Yoon and the Jade Bracelet
Skills: Sequence; Realistic Fiction; Context Clues
Lesson 3 – Room to Grow; Gary the Dreamer
Skills: Sequence; Narrative Nonfiction; Compound Words
Lesson 4: Mary Anderson’s Great Invention; All Aboard! Elijah McCoy’s Steam Engine
Skills: Cause and Effect; Biography; Metaphors
Lesson 5 – A Natural Beauty; A Mountain of History
Skills: Main Idea and Key Details; Expository Text; Multiple-Meaning Words
Unit 2 Stories:
Lesson 6 – Roadrunner’s Dance
Skills: Folktales; Antonyms; Theme
Lesson 7 – The Castle on Hester Street
Skills: Genre: Historical Fiction; Theme; Similes
Lesson 8 – Vote!
Skills: Prefixes; Author’s Point of View; Expository Text
Lesson 9 – Whooping Cranes in Danger
Skills: Suffixes; Expository Text; Author’s Point of View
Lesson 10 – The Inventor Thinks Up Helicopters
Skills: Alliteration & Rhyme; Similes; Limericks & Free Verse
Unit 3 Stories:
Lesson 11 – Martina the Beautiful Cockroach; Inchworm’s Tale
Skills: Folktales; Synonyms; Problem and Solution
Lesson 12 – Finding Lincoln; Jane’s Discovery
Skills: Idioms; Cause and Effect; Historical Fiction
Lesson 13 – Earth; Earth and Its Neighbors
Skills: Expository Text; Main Idea and Key Details; Suffixes
Lesson 14: Big Ideas from Nature; Bats Did it First
Skills: Root Words; Main Idea and Key Details; Expository Text
Lesson 15 – Riding the Rails West!; The Long Road to Oregon
Skills: Expository Text; Suffixes; Sequencing.
- About the teacher
Mrs. Saima holds a bachelor’s degree in Education and dual bachelor’s degree in Science. She has taught English to children for 16 years. Currently, she is working as an online English instructor, teaching kids aged 4-14 years. She loves teaching and watching the young minds shape and mold into wonderful readers and writers. Her job as a facilitator is to develop enriching, engaging lessons that stretch the thinking of all the young students.