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Welcome to Parent Orientation 2012 with Mr. Scott. Knights of Knowledge Agenda. Welcome Expectations / Responsibilities III. My Pledge to Parents and Students Classroom Rules / Behavior Management Plan / V. Grading Policy Daily Schedule Curriculum Concepts Communicating with your child

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Welcome to parent orientation 2012 with mr scott

Welcome to Parent Orientation 2012

with Mr. Scott


Knights of knowledge agenda

Knights of KnowledgeAgenda

  • Welcome

  • Expectations / Responsibilities

  • III. My Pledge to Parents and Students

  • Classroom Rules / Behavior Management Plan / V. Grading Policy

  • Daily Schedule

  • Curriculum Concepts

  • Communicating with your child

  • Communicating with Mr. Scott

  • Questions/Comments


Expectations responsibilities

Expectations / Responsibilities

Students are expected to be present for school and ready to perform daily. Best work is expected at all times. Students are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the established Classroom Rules.


My pledge to parents and students

My Pledge to Parents and Students

  • With great pride and satisfaction, I accept my calling as a teacher.  I pledge my dedication to the profession.

  • With humility, I ask you, my students, to accept me as your teacher.

  • With respect, I ask you, the parents, to support me and I will do the same for you.

  • I pledge to make full use of my skills and talents in order to offer the best instruction of which I am capable. I promise never to stop learning, for a teacher should always remain a learner, too. When I make a mistake, I promise to correct it and learn from it. I will never ask more of others than I ask of myself.

  • I will exercise patience and tolerance in my classroom and I will create a safe, warm, and productive environment for all my learners.

  • I promise to respond to your questions and concerns in a timely manner.


Classroom rules behavior management plan

Classroom Rules / Behavior Management Plan

1. The classroom is for learning, therefore we will not play in the classroom; this means we will not push, shove, hit, or kick fellow classmates.

2. We will treat others the way we want to be treated. We will respect others while they are speaking by not interrupting them.

3. We will take care of classroom supplies, as well as our own. We will not take other students supplies without permission.

4. We will do our best work, and conduct ourselves in a respectful manner at all times. We will work quietly and productively, always doing our best. If we do not understand assignments, we will ask questions.

5. We will be RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, and SAFE at ALL TIMES!


Grading policy

Grading Policy

Assessments – 65% of Overall Grade Classwork – 25% of Overall Grade

Homework – 10% of Overall Grade


Daily schedule

Daily Schedule

  • 7:45-8:00 Morning Procedures / Character Ed.

  • 8:00-9:30 Math

  • 9:30-10:15 Language Art / Process Writing

  • 10:15-10:30 DEAR (Drop Everything and Read)

  • 10:30-10:55 Lunch

  • 10:55-11:15 Recess

  • 11:15-11:55 Science / Social Studies

  • 11:55-12:35 Specials

  • 12:35-1:35 Reading

  • 1:35-2:05 P.E.

  • 2:05-2:40 Reading

  • 2:40-2:45 Dismissal

  • Specials: Mon-Music; Tue-Art; Wed-Library; Thu-Computer; Fri-Guidance

  • NOTE: Library time is 12:40-1:20


Math curriculum investigations

Math Curriculum(Investigations)

  • Addition, Subtraction, and the Number System

  • Multiplication and Division

  • Fractions and Decimals

  • Perimeters, Angles, and Area

  • Stories, Tables, and Graphs


Reading harcourt

Reading(Harcourt)

  • In addition to improving their reading skills and fluency, the students will learn various strategies to improve their comprehension.

  • Some of the strategies are genres study, character traits, author’s purpose, fact and opinion, and compare and contrast to name a few.


Language art writing process write source harcourt

Language Art/Writing Process(Write Source / Harcourt)

  • The students will develop grammar skills.

  • The students will be exposed to the writing process and various types of writing such as Narrative, Descriptive, and Expository.

  • The students are only required to master Narrative writing by the end of their 3rd grade year.


Science

Science

Scott Foresman is our Science curriculum. The students will gain an understanding of certain standards such as an understanding of the layers of the earth, life cycle of plants, weather, physical changes of matter, and ecosystems to name a few.


Social studies

Social Studies

Communities is our curriculum for Social Studies. The students will gain an understanding of related skills such as map reading, identifying the continents, Alabama history, and trade pattern of the United States.


Bloom s taxonomy old vs new

Bloom’s Taxonomy (Old vs. New)


Communicating with mr scott

Communicating with Mr. Scott

  • Phone 682-7230 (school) / 678-4507 (home)

  • E-mail [email protected] or [email protected]


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