Beginning the Journey 5 th Grade. Miss Kraft. We Learn…. 10% of what we READ 20% of what we HEAR 30% of what we SEE 50% of what we SEE and HEAR 70% of what we DISCUSS WITH OTHERS 80% of what we EXPERIENCE FIRST HAND 95% of what we TEACH TO SOMEONE. Literacy Block.
10% of what we READ
20% of what we HEAR
30% of what we SEE
50% of what we SEE and HEAR
70% of what we DISCUSS WITH OTHERS
80% of what we EXPERIENCE FIRST HAND
95% of what we TEACH TO SOMEONE
Balanced Literacy – shared reading, guided reading, independent reading
Daily 5 Structure
Comprehension, Fluency, and Vocabulary
Listening and Speaking Skills
Writing Process – prewrite, draft, revise, edit, publish
6 Traits of Writing – ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions
Grammar – parts of speech, capitalization, punctuation
Number Sense – number system, operations, computation, estimation (multiplication and division)
Geometry/Measurement – shapes, angles, line relationships, customary and metric measurement
Algebra – relationships, modeling in context, procedures
Data Analysis – display and analysis, predictions and inferences, probability
Weather and Climate
Forces and Motion
Light and Sound
Early American Cultures
All lessons will be standards based to grade level and the individual strengths and needs of your student.
Collaboration is a key to success!
Exploration and independence
Teaching friends and neighbors
Daily writing reflections for all content areas
Please check and initial your student’s assignment agenda each night.
Students must bring their agenda to school EVERY DAY.
Encourage your student to complete his or her homework each night.
Assigned work that is not turned in by Friday will be completed during Lunch Bunch study hall.
Parent Teacher Organization
Provide support for students, teachers, and the Pawnee community
Sign up for many different activities
Encourage your student to spend at least 15 minutes each night reading.
Return the signed weekly reading incentive slips to school every Monday.
Students who meet the incentive goal will attend a reading celebration each quarter.
Follow up on and talk about homework.
Provide a quiet well lit area with little distractions to help your child study or do homework.
Mark down test dates on your calendar so you and your child are aware of them.
Make sure your child gets enough sleep.
Ensure your child eats a healthy breakfast.
Demonstrate the use of math and reading skills in real life situations.
Model good reading, writing, and math habits.
Remain a positive support for your child.
Ongoing communication between the teacher and parent is crucial.