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Welcome To Fifth Grade!. While you are waiting, please fill in the “Helpful Information” sheet on your child’s desk. Please take a minute to respond to your child’s letter! Take a look on the back to view their goals for fifth grade. Mrs. Struve Room 14. Husband: Heath

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Welcome to fifth grade

Welcome To Fifth Grade!

While you are waiting, please fill in the “Helpful Information” sheet on your child’s desk.

Please take a minute to respond to your child’s letter!

Take a look on the back to view their goals for fifth grade.

Mrs. Struve

Room 14


About me

  • Husband: Heath

  • 2 Sons: Zach and Nate

  • Love for children

  • Childhood dream

  • Coached girls’ track at CMS

  • 17th year of teaching

  • Master of Education Degree

About Me

The Struve Family


Our daily schedule

Our Daily Schedule

Your child is tardy after 8:10 and must be checked in the office by a parent or guardian.

8:05 Arrival/ Announcements

8:10 Morning Meeting/Broadcast

8:20 Writer’s Workshop

9:10 Specials

10:00 Social Studies

10:40Brain Break Activity

10:45 Daily 5 Block 1

11:05Word Study

11:20Reading

11:45Daily 5 Block 2 / RTI

12:15Recess / Lunch

1:15 Math

2:25 Organize for Dismissal

2:35 Dismissal

* These indicate time blocks best for necessary appointments.


Specials

Five-Day Rotation

A- Art

B- Media

C- Computer Lab

D- P.E.

E- Music

Specials

  • Letter days will change each grading period.


Do you know your child s bus number

Do you know your child’s bus number?

According to district guidelines, transportation changes must be made through myCSSby 1:00 on the day of the change.


Safe snacks 4 th 5th grade

Safe Snacks 4th & 5th Grade

Fruits

Vegetables

Cheese cubes or sticks

Individually packaged items:

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers

Sunshine Cheez-Its

Kellogg’s Nutrigrain Cereal Bars: Strawberry or Mixed Berry

Pretzels- Rold Gold – Sticks or Tiny Twists

The Safe Snack list must be followed using these specific brands in original packaging.


Expectations for learning

Expectationsfor Learning

Establish Learning Targets

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Guidance and Role Modeling

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Release of Responsibility

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Student Ownership of Learning!


Organization communication

Organization & Communication

Assignment Notebook

Binder

Take home/return folder

Organize loose papers

Friday Folders

Literacy Binder

Data Binder

Monthly Calendar

Emails

Mrs. Struve’s Webpage


Welcome to fifth grade

6 Common Core Shifts

for Mathematics:

Learn more about fewer, key topics

Build skills within and across grades

Develop speed and accuracy

Really know it, Really do it

Use it in the real world

Think fast AND solve problems

www.corestandards.org

6 Common Core Shifts

for ELA/Literacy:

  • Read as much non-fiction as fiction

  • Learn about the world by reading

  • Read more challenging material closely

  • Discuss reading using evidence

  • Write non-fiction using evidence

  • Increase academic vocabulary

Common Core State Standards


Benchmark assessments

Benchmark Assessments

Helps Guide Instruction

Responsive to Needs

Differentiate Learning

Growth

Reach for Reading Quizzes

Reach for Reading Unit Tests

Everyday Math Assessments

ISTEP


Online resources

Online Resources

Teacher Website

http://www1.ccs.k12.in.us/teachers/cstruve

MTE Website

http://www1.ccs.k12.in.us/mte/media-center/linksforlearning

Reach for Reading Online

www.myngconnect.com

Everyday Math Online

www.everydaymathonline.com

Social Studies (TCI) Online

www.teachtci.com


Social studies science

Social Studies Science

ISTEP- Social Studies

Science in December

Social Studies

U.S. History

Geography

Regions, States, Capitals

Economics

Research

Science

  • Astronomy

  • Matter

  • Food Chain

  • Human Systems Design Project

  • Health


Writer s workshop and grammar

  • Workshop Model

  • Gradual Release of Responsibility

  • Independent Work on Writing

  • Project and Inquiry Writing

  • Integration of Grammar and Vocabulary

Writer’s Workshop and Grammar


Word study

Rigby Spelling /Vocabulary

Tier 2 Words- across the curriculum

Tier 3 Words- content specific

Vocabulary Journals

Greek and Latin Stems

Word Study


Reading curriculum

  • ReachLiteracy Units

  • Junior Great Books

  • Novel Study

  • Workshop/Daily Five

  • Guided Strategy Groups

  • Read to Self

  • Read to Someone

  • Word Work

  • Work on Writing

ReadingCurriculum

Focus on Non-Fiction

Close Reading

Shared Inquiry


Welcome to fifth grade

Math

EDM Level 5 or 6

Otter Creek

Math Workshop

  • Multiplication and Division

    • Traditional Algorithms

    • Mastery of Facts


Assessment

Assessment


Examples of formative assessments

Examples of Formative Assessments

  • Homework

  • Center or Station work

  • Observation Notes

  • Math Practice

  • Journaling

  • Daily Work


Examples of summative assessments

Examples of Summative Assessments

  • Quizzes and Tests

  • Performance Tasks

  • Presentations & Projects


Therefore

Therefore…

  • Not all corrected work is entered in the gradebook.

  • Grades reference summative experiences only and may be fewer in number.


Homework

  • 50 minutes a night

    • reading, spelling, math, grammar

  • Neat and accurate

  • Pencil (or blue/black pen)

  • No red pen or highlighters

  • Make homework a priority

  • Find a routine that works

Homework


Late incomplete work

  • Parent note required

  • Responsibility form, clip down

  • Classroom Mini-Economy fine

  • Working lunch

  • Work expected the next day

Late/Incomplete Work


Grades

CCS Grading Scale

A 93-100

A- 90-92

B+ 87-89

B 83-86

B- 80-82

C+ 77-79

C 73-76

C- 70-72

D+ 67-69

D 63-66

D- 60-62

F <= 59

Grades

WebGrades (myCCS)

Online report cards four times per year

Let’s emphasize learning and best effort over grades!

Test Corrections


Report cards will be sent home one week after the grading period ends

Online Report Cards

End of Grading Period:

October 10, 2014

December 19, 2014

March 13, 2015

May 27, 2015

*Report cards will be sent home one week after the grading period ends.


Behavior plan

Behavior Plan

Fifth Grade Mini Economy

Clip Up/Down Chart (class)

School-wide Yellow Clip Up Ticket

Green Turtle Bucks

Red Turtle Track Tickets

“Making Better Choices” Form

Respectful, Responsible, and Safe


Special events

September 19thKoteewiPark

November 15thCarmel Symphony @ CHS

December 19thJA BizTown (8:30-2:15)

April 15th Ruth Lilly "Life Begins"

March 3rd -13thISTEP (Applied Skills)

April 28th - May 7th ISTEP (Multiple Choice)

March 20th/21stPlanetarium @ CHS

May 15th Grade Music Program

May 29th Fifth Grade Recognition Ceremony (1:00 p.m.)

Special Events

Parent Chaperones must have Criminal History must be up to date on myCCS.


Concerns questions conferences

Concerns QuestionsConferences

Mrs. Cherie Struve

Voicemail: 571-4073 (1552)

Email: [email protected]

Mrs. Stephanie Augspurger

[email protected]

Mrs. Erin McLaughlin

[email protected]

Mrs. Toni Kleine

[email protected]

*Please allow 24 hours for responses.

*If you have an issue that needs immediate attention, please call the office.

Call, write, e-mail us any time!


Things to think about

  • Preparation for Middle School

  • Gradual Release of Responsibility

  • Accountability

  • Rigor and Relevance

  • Full Circle of Communication

  • Support and Trust

Things to Think About


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