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Welcome to Mrs. Gilchrist’s Class!. Second Grade. About Me. Hartsville, SC Clemson University BA in Elementary Education 6 th year at ACE Interests: Spending time with family and friends, reading, traveling, cooking, and running. Language Arts.

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About Me

  • Hartsville, SC

  • Clemson University

    • BA in Elementary Education

  • 6th year at ACE

  • Interests: Spending time with family and friends, reading, traveling, cooking, and running


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Language Arts

  • Four Blocks: Guided Reading, Working with Words, Self-Selected Reading, and Writing

  • Accelerated Reader – Reading incentive program with comprehension quizzes on computer

  • Reading Comprehension quiz each Friday on weekly story

  • Spelling Test each Friday

  • Writing paragraphs using complete sentences, topic sentence, concluding sentence


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Mathematics

  • Two-digit addition and subtraction

  • Telling time to the quarter hour

  • Measuring length, capacity, and weight

  • Multiplication and division

  • Money up to $1.00


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Science and Health

  • States of Matter

  • Magnets

  • Weather

  • Animals

  • Dental Health

  • Nutrition


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Social Studies

  • Communities

  • Economics – Goods, Services, Needs, Wants

  • Cultural Contributions

  • Continents & Oceans

  • Regions of the U.S.


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Class Schedule

  • 8:00-8:15 Morning Work

  • 8:15-8:30 Morning Meeting and Calendar Math

  • 8:30-9:15 Math

  • 9:15-10:15 Guided Reading and Self-Selected Reading

  • 10:15-10:35 Marathon Club/Snack/Restroom Break

  • 10:35-11:10 Science/Social Studies/Health

  • 11:15-12:00 Related Arts

  • 12:00-12:05 Prepare for lunch

  • 12:05-12:30 Lunch

  • 12:30-1:00 Recess/Restroom break

  • 1:00-1:15 Working with Words

  • 1:15-2:05 Writing

  • 2:05-2:20 Wrap-up/Chapter Book Read Aloud

  • 2:20 Dismissal Begins


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Related Arts

  • Monday: Library (Remember your books!)

  • Tuesday: Art

  • Wednesday: Computer Lab

  • Thursday: PE (Remember your tennis shoes!)

  • Friday: Music


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Classroom Management

  • Classroom Community

  • Focus on positive behavior

    • Reward through sincere praise and recognition

  • When a student chooses to act inappropriately, I will talk to them and help redirect their actions.


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Classroom Management:Behavior Cards

  • Use nice manners.

  • Be prepared.

  • Try your best.

    When a student chooses not to follow the rules, they will flip a card:

  • Green: Great Behavior

  • Blue: Warning

  • Yellow: Walk 10 min. at recess

  • Orange: No recess

  • Red: Office referral

    • A Behavior Note will be sent home each afternoon that your child flips a card. This needs to be signed and returned the following school day.


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Parent/Teacher Communication

  • Homework packet cover sheet

  • Behavior notes as needed

  • Graded papers in folder every Thursday

  • Email [email protected]

  • Website

  • Notes and phone calls as needed

  • Conferences in October


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Website

  • Important information, weekly homework, and the 2009-2010 syllabus are found on my website.

    http://teachers.greenville.k12.sc.us/sites/kgilchrist/default.aspx


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Snacks

  • We have a late lunch, so students can bring a snack to eat during Marathon Club.

  • Please make sure that it is individually wrapped and something that they can easily eat while walking laps.


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Snazzy Snacks

  • Snazzy Snacks are snacks that we will create by following recipe instructions during our writing block. 

    • Handwriting skills

    • Following multi-step directions


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Birthdays

  • You are more than welcome to come eat lunch with your child on his/her birthday! If you can’t make it and would like to send in a treat, please make sure that it is precut. We have 20 students in our class.


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Homework

  • Homework packet sent home on Mondays in folder

  • Includes spelling, math, and 20 minutes of reading each night

  • Packet should be returned on Fridays in folder


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Grading

  • Report Cards each quarter

  • Interim Progress Reports (mid-quarter)

    • A = 100 - 93 (excellent work)

    • B = 92 - 85 (very good work)

    • C = 84 - 77 (average work)

    • D = 76 - 70 (poor work)

    • U = 69 – 61 (unsatisfactory work)


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Grading

  • Points will be taken off grades for: missing capitals (-1 point), incorrect or no punctuation (-1 point), and misspelled words/Word Wall Words (-1 point). Half credit will be granted for incomplete sentences. This is a curriculum-wide policy.


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Forms

  • Shape Doll

  • Teacher Folder

  • School Folder (Red)

  • Sally Foster


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Sign-Ups

  • Transportation Sheet

  • Class Email List



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