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Academically Intellectually Gifted (AIG). Parent Information Night June 4, 2012. Meet Your AIG Team!. Third Grade AIG teacher- Jana Hentz Fourth Grade AIG teacher- Cathy Badgett Fifth Grade AIG teacher- Jayne Grubbs. WSFCS AIG Website. WSFCS homepage Click Departments Click Academically

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Academically intellectually gifted aig

Academically Intellectually Gifted(AIG)

Parent Information NightJune 4, 2012

Meet your aig team

Meet Your AIG Team!

Third Grade AIG teacher- Jana Hentz

Fourth Grade AIG teacher- Cathy Badgett

Fifth Grade AIG teacher- Jayne Grubbs

Wsfcs aig website


  • WSFCS homepage

  • Click Departments

  • Click Academically

    Intellectually Gifted

    4. Explore

    P.S. Check for AIG County-wide Open House in August!

Aig program at cces

AIG Program At CCES

  • Several teachers on-site are certified to teach AIG

  • 3rd Grade: AIG Homeroom

  • 4th and 5th: Pullout Program-services are provided for about 3 hrs. a day

  • AIG- Instruction is advanced one year

  • HAG- Instruction is advanced two years

  • All AIG students take the End of Grade test on their grade level

Third grade language arts curriculum


Two required novels

Fiction and Nonfiction

Literacy skills

Technology- Powerpoint, Glogster, research, exploration, Kindles, Fakebook, WIKI, blog

Guided Reading Groups

Literacy Circles

Independent Study


Vocabulary Extension

Manipulation of text and author’s intentions

Study Skills

Test-taking Skills (life-long)

Reading Journals


Three to Five paragraph development-opening sentence, main idea, three supporting ideas, closing sentence

Story development- show-do-not-tell, make one statement and follow up with another sentence expressing further thought on the same idea

Application of graphic organizers

Application of extended vocabulary in writing

Narratives, expository, poetry, biographies, fables, letters,

Writing Journals

Persuasive (Argumentative/Opinion) and Narrative


Third GradeLanguage Arts Curriculum

Third grade math curriculum

Third Grade Math Curriculum

  • Multiplication

  • Division

  • Place Value

  • Fractions

  • Decimals

  • Time

  • Growing and repeating patterns

  • Measurement

  • Problem Solving

  • Problem Solving Strategies

  • Mental Math

  • Problem Based Learning

  • Manipulatives, Music, Dance, Art

  • Real Life Application

  • Spiraling of the curriculum

  • Math Journal and Notebook

  • Projects (at-home and at-school)

Academically gifted not academically perfect

Academically Gifted, NOT Academically Perfect

  • Intrinsically motivated

  • Perfectionist

  • Emotional and Social Needs

  • “Big Fish in a Little Pond”

  • K-2 Curriculum vs. Third Grade Curriculum

  • Expectations are challenging

  • Focus on the “whole” student- independent, kind, responsible, held accountable for actions, confident in one’s thought process, encouraging of others, challenge peers, justify thinking, creative, inquisitive, innovative

  • Limit external pressures

  • Transition to letter grades

Summer activities

Summer Activities


Play!!! (socialize with others)

Museums/Day trips

Building projects

Any open-ended projects

Current aig student advice

Current AIG Student Advice

  • AIG teacher treats you fairly.

  • Always listen because it will help you on tests.

  • Take your time and do it right the first time.

  • Encourage your child!

  • Focus on effort, not grades.

  • Study for any upcoming tests.

  • Work smarter, not harder!

  • Believe in yourself!

  • Think outside of the box.

  • Do your best! Be a brainiac!

  • Hope parents can keep up with their student’s math!

  • Be sure to practice skills that you are not as good at.

  • Please tell parents not to stress them about coming to AIG.

  • Students need to try their best because you can earn rewards.

  • Always show your work so that you can get the problem right. Make sure that you match your work with the problem.

  • Don’t stress the EOG because they are really easy. Remind students on the morning of the test, that they will do great no matter what!

  • The homework is a fair amount and most of the time parents would not need to help.

  • Even if you are having a tough time, remember that you are in AIG for a reason.

  • Don’t get nervous because the work is just a little harder.

  • Use your brain and think about the task.

  • Do not think that they know everything, do not get too confident but do think that you can be successful in AIG!

Parent homework

Parent Homework

Wsfcs website

Carol Dweck’s book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

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