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Welcome to Open House! Mrs. Plews Room 308 aimee. [email protected] k 12. de. us
Unless you can relate to them!
Some children are excited…
Some are nervous…
And some don’t know exactly what to think!
Just so you all know, this was me earlier today.
Agenda: • Rules / Expectations • Daily Schedule / Curriculum Highlights • Grading Policy • Agenda Books • Homework • Miscellaneous / Questions?
Rules & Expectations • Students will be respectful to one another, as well as respecting the property of others and school property. • Students will be prepared and listen at all times. • Students will strive to always do their best and to take pride in their work.
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Daily Schedule & Curriculum Highlights • 8: 20 – 8: 35 1. Students enter the room, turn in homework, unpack, and prepare for the day. 2. Write homework in agenda books. 3. Read AR Books/Quiz.
8: 40 -9: 00 NUMBER CORNER Daily practice to build mathematical concepts • Focuses on the classroom calendar -Calendar Grid -Calendar Collector -Computational Fluency -Number Line -Problem Solving
Number Corner Activities
Get more information and ideas about how to help your child by visiting this website for families: www. mathlearningcenter. org/families
Guided Reading 9: 00– 9: 30 then 10: 00 -10: 30 • 6 Units – “give or take” 6 weeks per unit • Emphasis on Comprehension and Written Responses (predictions, fact/opinion, story maps, visualization, summaries, story elements, self-questioning) • Read for a Purpose: Close Reading and Text Evidence • Comprehension & Vocabulary Test on Thursdays/ Fridays (every other week) that assess the comprehension skill and strategy for the week • Apps: Grammar Wonderland, Reading Wonderland • Mc. Graw-Hill Reading Wonders (Elementary) • http: //www. connected. mcgraw-hill. com/
Reading RTI 9: 30 – 10: 00 • RTI Intervention Groups – increase reading skills • Focus on word patterns and families rather than memorization • Weekly Progress Monitoring
Snack ( around 10: 15 -10: 30) Students may bring a daily snack. Please try to pack healthy snacks. Water is the only liquid permitted in class. One of our classmates has a peanut allergy. All food brought into the room will Snacks and/or treats must not contain peanuts, nor peanut oil. Walmart and Acme have be monitored by Mrs. Plews. treats that are clearly marked with “peanut free” stickers.
If you have any questions regarding allergies , please contact me or our School Nurse, Mrs. Simpson.
Math 10: 30 – 11: 35
• Hands on Learning • Focus on Multiplication, Fractions, Area Each student will have … 1. Student Workbook 2. Number Corner Workbook 3. Home Connections Workbook
Special 12: 30– 1: 15 – Monday –P. E. wear sneakers – (Mr. Wilson) – Tuesday –Library – (Mrs. Zolper/ Mrs. Asbury) – Wednesday –Music – (Mrs. De. Long) – Thursday –Art – (Ms. Murphy) – Friday –Technology – (Mrs. Ryan)
Read Aloud 1: 15 – 1: 30 • Read Aloud / Chapter Book • AR Books / Conferences • Quizzes – Increase level after 5 100’s (subject to change via teacher discretion, on an individual student basis) • Principal’s Homework – Read AR book for 30 minutes every night!
Math RTI 1: 30– 2: 00 • Math support small groups • Fact Fluency • Computation Practice • Multi-Step Word Problem Support • • Online Pearson Practice Khan Academy
Writing / Grammar 2: 00 – 2: 30 • Grammar Practice Review • Connecting Writing with Reading • 5 Paragraph Structured Responses • Extended Responses • Text Based Writing • Phonics Pattern Review • 6 Traits of Writing
Science / Social Studies 2: 30 – 3: 15 • Science: – Earth Materials – Rocks, minerals, properties, classification, etc. – Water properties, water cycle, etc. – Engineering and Design Process: Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, Improve… “Water, Water Everywhere” Environmental Engineering Social Studies: – Geography – Civics – History – Economics
Grading Policy • Reading: – 67% of grade is Classwork – 33% of grade is Assessments • Math: - 67% Classwork (workbook, worksheets)- -33% Assessments Grammar: -100% Classwork Spelling “Tests” Included Science / Social Studies: 50% Assessment Grades 50% Classwork Grades (worksheets, activities) Writing: Rubric scores (common core) Assessment piece each marking period
“The Binder” 5 Dividers / Sections – Grammar (Weekly Phonics Words, Word Wall Words) – Guided Reading (worksheets, homework) – Math (tests, worksheets) – Science (observation forms, quizzes) – Social Studies (worksheets, tests, vocabulary) • Binders will be cleaned out at the end of each marking period. Our Goal Students will stay organized and desks will remain clean.
Agenda Books Students will write homework assignments in their binders each morning. **Parents, Please initial the agenda book each evening. This ensures that you have seen their homework assignment(s) and any communication that I may have written for that day.
Homework • Given Monday – Thursday nights (usually Math and/or Reading) • Due the following day • Please put name on both sides, and write as neatly as possible. • Principal’s Homework – Read AR book for 30 minutes EVERY night *Please write a note if your child is struggling with an assignment. Please do not fight the “homework battle” with him/her! A note is sufficient as a complete assignment.
Smarter Balanced Test **NEW** • Statewide Assessment Given in the Spring **Third Grade is the baseline in terms of showing growth. • Measures growth over the course of the school year in Reading and Math • Computer based test – multiple choice AND Typed Response
Miscellaneous • Please sign up for a parent conference time in November • Weekly Update (hard copy & email version) • Club Time Wed 2: 10 –dismissal
Thank you for coming. Let’s make it a great year!