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ST. PAUL PUBLIC SCHOOLS 754-4433FIFTH GRADE. MRS. NANCY HARRINGTON 754-5136 [email protected] MR. CHRIS ELSTERMEIER 754-5720 [email protected] AGENDA. Mr. Chris Elstermeier--Math, Science, Social Studies. Mrs. Nancy Harrington--Language Arts, Study Skills, Spelling.

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ST. PAUL PUBLIC SCHOOLS754-4433FIFTH GRADE


MRS. NANCY [email protected]

MR. CHRIS ELSTERMEIER

754-5720

[email protected]


AGENDA

  • Mr. Chris Elstermeier--Math, Science, Social Studies.

  • Mrs. Nancy Harrington--Language Arts, Study Skills, Spelling.

  • Fifth Grade Promotion Requirements.

  • Mrs. Kelly Jordan--Band Director


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SCIENCE OBJECTIVES

  • STUDENTS WILL DEVELOP THE SKILLS TO LEARN, THINK, AND EXPLORE THE MANY QUESTIONS IN THE WORLD OF SCIENCE.

  • STUDENTS WILL LINK PRIOR KNOWLEDGE WITH NEW INFORMATION TO HELP THEM GET A SENSE OF HOW SCIENCE RELATES TO LIFE.

  • STUDENTS WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOVERY THROUGH EXPERIMENTS AND HANDS ON LABS.


MATH OBJECTIVES

  • STUDENTS WILL DISCOVER THE IMPORTANT ROLE MATHEMATICS PLAYS IN THEIR LIVES:

    1.LEARNING TO VALUE MATHEMATICS

    2. BECOMING CONFIDENT IN THEIR OWN ABILITIES

    3. BECOMING PROBLEM SOLVERS

    4. LEARNING TO COMMUNICATE AND REASON MATHEMATICALLY


SOCIAL STUDIES OBJECTIVES

WITHIN THE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM STUDENTS WILL LEARN HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, AND CITIZENSHIP AS IT RELATES TO THE UNITED STATES.


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LANGUAGE ARTS OBJECTIVES

  • READING EXPECTATIONS

    1. SELECT BOOKS APPROPRIATE TO READING LEVEL

    2. READ INDEPENDENTLY

    3. REACH “AR” GOAL EACH QUARTER

  • READING COMPREHENSION

    1. UNDERSTAND WHAT IS BEING READ

    2. ACTIVELY USE READING STRATEGIES


LANGUAGE ARTS OBJECTIVES

  • UNDERSTANDING LANGUAGE ARTS SKILLS

    1. LEARN NEW VOCABULARY WORDS

    2. APPLY PARTS OF SPEECH IN WRITING

    3. DEMONSTRATE ACCURATE GRAMMAR SKILLS

  • WRITING SKILLS

    1. ACQUIRE ADEQUATE NOTE TAKING SKILLS

    2. LEGIBLE HANDWRITING

    3. LEARN AND UTILIZE 6+1 WRITING TRAITS


LANGUAGE ARTS OBJECTIVES

  • SPELLING SKILLS

    1. SPELLS CORRECTLY ON TESTS

    2. SPELLS CORRECTLY ON WRITTEN WORK

    3. UNDERSTANDS PHONIC SKILLS AND STRATEGIES

  • SPEAKING AND LISTENING SKILLS

    1. SPEAK IN AN ORGANIZED MANNER

    2. USES EXPRESSION AND FLUENCY WHEN TALKING

    3. ANSWERS QUESTIONS APPROPRIATELY

    4. LISTENS AND FOLLOWS DIRECTIONS


SPELLING OBJECTIVES

  • SPELLING LISTS CONTAIN WORDS FROM

    1. HOMOPHONES

    2. NEBRASKA-ASSESSMENT BATTERY OF ESSENTIAL LEARNING SKILLS (N-ABLES)


OTHER CURRICULUMS

  • PHONICS-

    COMPLIMENTS SPELLING

  • STUDY SKILLS

    1. DEVELOP NOTE TAKING SKILLS

    2. USE STUDY STRATEGIES

    3. DEVELOP TEST TAKING SKILLS


INTEGRATED SUBJECTS

  • CIVIL WAR

  • POLAR REGIONS

  • SOLAR SYSTEM


HOMEWORK FLOW CHART

1. INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY

2. PARENT INVOLVEMENT

3. RETEACHABLE OPPORTUNITIES


ASSIGNMENT BOOK

  • PURPOSE

    1. COMMUNICATE BETWEEN HOME AND SCHOOL

    2. DAILY NEWS LETTER

    3. TEACHES AND REINFORCES RESPONSIBILITY

  • EXPECTATIONS

  • 1. PLEASE SIGN EACH NIGHT

  • 2. DISCUSS CLASS TOPICS

  • 3. BE SURE HOMEWORK IS DONE


ASSIGNMENT POLICY

ASSINGMENTS ARE GENERALLY DUE THE NEXT DAY. ON THE DUE DATE, STUDENTS RECEIVE FULL CREDIT FOR PAPERS TURNED IN BY 4:00. PAPERS TURNED IN ON THE NEXT DAY UNTIL 4:00 WILL HAVE 10% DEDUCTED. AFTER 4:00 ON THIS DAY PAPERS WILL BECOME A ZERO.

MONDAYASSINGMENT GIVEN

TUESDAY ASSIGNMENT DUE BY 4:00

WEDNESDAY ASSIGNEMENT LATE 10% OFF

THURSDAY “0” CREDIT GIVEN


ST. PAUL PUBLIC SCHOOLRULES

ALL ST. PAUL STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE RESPECT FOR SELF, OTHERS, AND PROPERTY. EXPECTED BEHAVIORS*BE RESPECTFUL*BE RESPONSIBLE *BE THERE BE READY* FOLLOW DIRECTIONS *KEEP HANDS AND FEET TO SELF.

AA DISCIPLINE PLAN HAS BEEN DEVELOPED THAT POSITIVELY REINFORCES STUDENTS FOR FOLLOWING SCHOOL RULES. CONSEQUENCES ARE ALSO IN PLACE WHEN NEEDED IF SCHOOL RULES ARE NOT FOLLOWED BY A STUDENT. THIS PLAN WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PRACTICED WITH ALL STUDENTS IN THEIR CLASSROOMS.


A place of COMMUNITY is where people are cared for and are expected to care for others.


FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS

FOR A STUDENT TO BE PROMOTED FROM 5TH TO 6TH GRADE OR 6TH TO 7TH GRADE THE STUDENT MUST PASS THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SCIENCE

READING

SPELLING

MATH

ENGLISH

SOCIAL STUDIES


FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS

ANY STUDENT THAT RECEIVES AN “F” IN ANY CORE COURSE IN THE FIRST OR SECOND SEMESTER WILL HAVE A MEETING TO REVIEW THEIR ACADEMIC PROGRESS WITH THEIR PARENTS, TEACHERS, AND PRINCIPAL. THIS GROUP MAY CHOOSE

1. DO ADDITIONAL COURSE WORK THE 2ND SEMESTER OR THE SUMMER PRIOR TO ADVANCING TO THE NEXT GRADE.

2. RETAIN THE STUDENT IN THE CURRENT GRADE WITH RETENTION BEING STRONGLY CONSIDERED IF A STUDENT IS FAILING MORE THAN ONE SUBJECT.


THANKS

FOR

COMING


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