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Welcome to Our Open House. Mrs. Roehler Language Arts 8 th Grade. Teaching for over 15 years Most of my teaching experience is with middle school students My husband and I have four children ranging from 16-24 yrs . I enjoy the outdoors, alternative

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Welcome to our open house
Welcome to Our Open House

  • Mrs. Roehler

  • Language Arts 8th Grade

Teaching for over 15 years

Most of my teaching experience

is with middle school students

My husband and I have

four children ranging

from 16-24 yrs.

I enjoy the outdoors, alternative

rock, working out, reading and the Diamondbacks!



Teaching for over 15 years

Most of my teaching experience ismiddlescho

I enjoy

Your student s 8 th grade teachers the liegt leaders
Your student’s 8th grade teachersThe Liegt Leaders

Mrs. Lozon-Social Studies

Miss Stewart-Math

Mrs. Roehler- Language Arts

Mr. Hook- Science

Tutoring schedule
Tutoring Schedule

  • Monday through Thursday

  • Right after school until 4:50

  • Late bus is available

  • Monday Mrs. Lozon Social Studies Room 801

  • Tuesday Mr. Hook Science Room 709

  • Wednesday Mrs. Roehler Language Arts Room 804

  • Thursday Miss Stewart Math Room 803

  • Homework Hub meets in the media center Monday through Thursday

Accelerated reader ar
Accelerated Reader (AR)

  • Individualized reading program

  • Fiction and nonfiction books used to promote, motivate and improve students’ reading comprehension

  • Link available on our school website (Media Center)

Ar responsibilities accelerated reading completion is a part of your student s overall grade
AR Responsibilities: Accelerated Reading completion is a part of your student’s overall grade

  • Students are to read 45 minutes a day 20 min. at school & 25 min. outsideof school

  • Log ALL reading completed on the log DAILY in pen

  • Students take quizzes with Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) Teacher

Ar responsibilities ar completion is a part of your student s overall grade
AR Responsibilities: AR completion is a part of your student’s overall grade

  • Be aware of your child’s quarterly goal and range

  • Student must have a AR book with them at each of their class periods

  • Each log MUST have a parent signature in order to be valid

Common c ore standards
Common student’s overall gradeCore Standards

  • Common Core Standards

Common core standards
Common Core Standards student’s overall grade

  • The Common Core Standards are a broad-based effort to fulfill the charge issued by the states to create the next generation of K-12 standards in order to help ensure that all students are college and career ready in literacy no later than the end of high school

The standards are broken up into the following
The Standards are broken up into the following: student’s overall grade

  • Reading Standards

  • Writing Standards

  • Speaking and Listening Standards

  • Language Standards

Students must be able to
Students must be able to: student’s overall grade

  • read and comprehend independently and proficiently the kinds of complex texts commonly found in college and careers.

  • Common Core Text Types:

  • Standards for Literature

  • Standards for Informational Texts

Reading: student’s overall grade

  • Research has found:

  • K-12 schooling has declined complexity of texts

  • K-12 schooling has a lack of reading of complex texts independently

  • The consequence is too many students reading at too low a level

  • The Common Core Standards were developed to address these findings.

Writing student’s overall grade

  • “An ACT national survey found that writing to argue or persuade readers was virtually tied with writing to convey information as the most important type of writing needed by incoming college students.”

  • Common Core Text Types:

  • Argument

  • Informational/Explanatory

  • Narrative

Writing student’s overall grade

  • Students will no longer be given writing prompts.

  • Rather they will be given writing scenarios and support their ideas with a variety of sources including:

  • literary and informational texts

  • art and media

  • music

To learn more about the standards go to

http://www.corestandards.org/ student’s overall grade

To learn more about the Standards go to:

Bogle Middle School Link

Communication a vital part of your child s success
Communication: A vital part of your child’s success student’s overall grade

  • Best way to contact me is by

  • e mail

  • [email protected]

  • Use your child’s agenda to communicate a quick note

  • Phone messages can be left at 883-5558

  • Team Conferences

  • Check grade updates

  • School website teacher

  • The Wish List for the Classroom of Mrs. Roehler student’s overall grade

  • ·Binders used or new (company logos just fine)

  • ·       Lined index cards (any size)

  • ·Composition notebooks

  • Scotch tape

  • ·Loose-leaf paper regular or college lined

  • ·Boxes of tissue

  • ·Glue sticks

  • Pencils

  • ·Blue or black pens

  • ·Plastic sleeves for 8 ½ X 11 paper

  • ·1 or 2-G flash drive

  • Discarded books your child enjoyed reading

  • Cardboard standup advertisements

  • Tax Credit donations to Bogle to defray the cost of our team t-shirts

Final thoughts
Final Thoughts student’s overall grade

  • Please grab a sticky note from the class wish list board

  • Are there items at your place of employment which could be donated as class incentives?

  • Leave your child a note in an envelope I’ll deliver the message!

  • Take handouts on the way out