Kimberly Lambert

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Kimberly Lambert


I have been teaching for 18 years now. I've taught 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades. I have enjoyed them all. I love Science and Social Studies the best! I look forward to working with you all this year. 


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4th Grade Schedule

 

Nixon

Lambert

Gallodoro

8:00- 8:05

 

Homeroom

Homeroom

Homeroom

8:05-8:35

Specials:

M – Library

T – Music

W – Art

Th- Tech.

F- Recess

Specials:

M- Recess

T- Library

W- Art

Th- Music

F- Tech

Specials:

M- Tech

T-Recess

W- Art

Th- Library

F- Music

 

8:35- 9:05

PE

 

PE

PE

9:05

Transition

 

Transition

Transition

9:05-10:25

 

Block 1 (Lambert)

Block 1 (Gallodoro)

Block 1 (Nixon)

10:25

 

Transition

Transition

Transition

10:25-11:45

 

Block 2 (Galladoro)

Block 2 (Nixon)

Block 2 ( Lambert)

11:45- 12:10

11:50-12:15

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

12:15

Transition

Transition

Transition

12:15

Restroom Break

Restroom Break

Restroom Break

12:20- 12:50

Intervention

Intervention

Intervention

12:55-2:10

Block 3 (Nixon)

Block 3(Lambert)

Block 3 (Gallodoro)

 

2:10-2:40

Language

Language

Language

 

2:40-2:50

Pack Up/ Dismiss

Pack Up/ Dismiss

Pack Up/Dismiss

 

Tuesday



    • Kimberly Lambert

      Social Studies Lesson Plans

      October 2- 6

      COS: 2

      Relate reasons for European exploration and settlement in Alabama to the impact of European explorers on trade, health and land expiation in Alabama

    • FYI: You can find Spelling and Grammar Skills in the Useful Links Tab.

    • FYI: In Social Studies, we will continue European Exploration and settlement in Alabama the week of October 9-13. The test will be on October 13. Full lesson Plans are located in the Useful Links tab.

Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies Lesson Plans

October 9-13

 

COS: 2

Relate reasons for European exploration and settlement in Alabama to the impact of European explorers on trade, health and land expiation in Alabama

 

Ms. Lambert’s Science Lesson Plans: 

October 16th-20th

 

COS/NCSS Objectives:

 Alabama Course of Study 6 : Examine evidence to support an argument that the internal ad eternal structures of plants and animals function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction.

Alabama Course of Study 11: Investigate different ways animals receive information through the senses, process that information, and respond to it in different ways.


Ms. Lambert’s 

Science Lesson Plans: 

 October 23rd – 27th

Learning Target:    

Students will explain how body systems support our survival.

COS/NCSS Objectives: 

 Alabama Course of Study #10  - Obtain and communicate information explaining that humans have systems that interact with one another for digestion, respiration, circulation, excretion, movement, control, coordination, and protection from disease

Alabama Course of Study #9 - Examine evidence to support an argument that the internal and external structures of animals (e.g., heart, stomach, lung, brain, skin) function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. 

FYI:  On the week of October 30-November 3 , we will continue on with the Human Body System.  Study Guides will go home on Monday. I also posted a study Guide online (Check Useful Links Page 2)The test  is on Friday November 3rd.


FYI: There will  be no Spelling/Grammar Test on Friday. I will be reviewing  Singular/Plural Nouns  and  Irregular Nouns as well as prefixes and suffixes.



Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies Lesson Plans

November 6, 2017

 

COS

5.) Describe Alabama's entry into statehood and establishment of its three branches of government and the constitutions.

 

 

FYI: Please see Useful Link for Spelling/Grammar Skills for the week of November 6.



FYI: We will continue working on the following this week,
November 13-17:
Social Studies:  Statehood and Settlement Ch.5
( Quiz on Thursday, Nov. 16) See Useful Links for Study Guide

Grammar: Possessive Nouns
Spelling: R controlled



Kimberly Lambert

Science Lesson Plans

November 27- December 1

 

COS : 2

Plan and carry out investigations that explain transference of energy from place to place by sound, light, heat, and electric currents.

 

Social Studies Lesson Plans

January 8- 12

COS: 7

 

Explain reasons for Alabama’s secession from the Union, including sectionalism, slavery states’ rights and economic disagreements.

 

Kimberly Lambert

Science Lesson Plans

January 15- 19/ January 29-February 2

COS:

12. Construct explanations by citing evidence found in patterns of rock formations and fossils in rock layers that Earth changes over time through both slow and rapid processes.

14. Explore in formation to support the claim that landforms are the result of a combination on constructive forces, including crustal deformation, volcanic eruptions, and sediment deposition as well as a result of destructive forces, including erosion and weathering.

 

Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies Lesson Plans

February 5-9 / February 12- 16

 

COS:

9) Analyze political economic issues facing Alabama during Reconstruction for their impact on various social groups.

 

10) Analyze social and educational changes during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries for their impact on Alabama.

 

 

Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies/ Science Lesson Plans

February 20- 23

 

COS:

Formulate and evaluate solutions to limit the effects of Natural Earth processes on humans.

 

Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies Lesson Plans

March 5- 9

COS:

11) Describe the impact of World War I on Alabamians, including the migration of African Americans from Alabama to the North and West, utilization of Alabama’s military installations and training facilities, and increased production of goods for the war effort.

 

12) Explain the impact the 1920s and Great Depression had on different socioeconomic groups in Alabama.

 

13) Describe the economic and social impact of World War II on Alabamians including entry of women in the workforce increase n job opportunities, rationing, utilization of Alabama’s military installations, military recruitment the draft, and a rise in racial consciousness.

 

Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies Lesson Plans

April 2-6

COS:

15) Identify major world events that influenced Alabama since 1950, including Korean Conflict, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, the Persian War, and War on Terrorism.

 

Kimberly Lambert

Science Lesson Plans

April 9-13

COS:

  1. Use evidence to explain the relationship of the speed of an object to the energy of that object.

 

3) Investigate to determine changes in energy resulting from increases or decrease in speed that occur when objects collide.

 


Kimberly Lambert

Social Studies Lesson Plans

April 16-20

COS:

16) Determine the impact of population growth on cities, major road systems, demographic, natural resources, and the natural environment of Alabama during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.