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Mr. Wujnovich’s Class. Open House Presentation September 4 th , 2014 2014-15 School Year 5 th Grade - CFIS. Introduction - Professional. This is my 5 th year teaching 5 th grade. 14 th year in Chagrin Falls / 17 th overall. Also taught 2 nd ,4 th , 6 th , and Phys. Ed / Reading Spec.

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mr wujnovich s class

Mr. Wujnovich’s Class

Open House Presentation

September 4th, 2014

2014-15 School Year

5th Grade - CFIS

introduction professional
Introduction - Professional
  • This is my 5th year teaching 5th grade.
    • 14th year in Chagrin Falls / 17th overall.
      • Also taught 2nd,4th, 6th, and Phys. Ed / Reading Spec.
      • Taught in Twinsburg 1st Grade w/ Dr. Jones.
  • Attended CSU and received my Masters in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove.
  • Coaching
    • Basketball
      • 14 th year MS 7/8th grade
introduction family
Introduction - Family
  • Married – Anita
  • 3 sons
    • Joshua – 11 – 6th Grade
    • Danny - 9 – 4th Grade
    • Adam – 7 – 2nd Grade
      • Peyton / Bentley
introduction personal
Introduction - Personal
  • Interests
    • Sports – Basketball, Golf, Football, Softball
    • Coaching / Watching my sons play sports
      • Josh – Wrestling, Football, Basketball
      • Adam – Dancing, Football, Basketball, Wrestling
      • Danny Boy – Legos (Master Builder)
    • Die hard Cleveland Fan
      • Cavaliers, Browns, Indians, Buckeyes
    • Spending time with family
    • Work Weekend Job for 15 years and a home based business
approach to teaching
Approach to Teaching
  • Joe Sarconi
    • 6th grade teacher at St. Columbkille
      • Young, fun, played BB after school, took us to get pizza.
        • Wanted to do well in class as a result of the time he invested in getting to know us as individuals.
  • I spend a lot of time getting to know your children.
    • Great Class
      • Enthusiastic, polite, fun, diligent
    • Focus on interests, hobbies, family.
  • Active Participation
    • Stand up, whisper to your neighbor, hand on your shoulder, pick sticks, thumbs up
responsive classroom
Responsive Classroom
  • Building a positive classroom environment
    • Morning Meeting
      • News and Announcements
        • Important information about our day
      • Greeting
        • Gives opportunity to develop social skills
      • Share
        • Speaking skills, asking open ended questions
      • Activity-
        • Develops feeling of community
      • Emphasis on Listening, Participation
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Responsive Classroom

Academic Choice

Classroom Organization

  • Provide the students with opportunities to choose.
    • Take ownership in the learning process.
      • Projects
      • Writing to Explain
      • Independent Book Choices
      • Extension Projects
        • Sports
        • Baking
        • Shopping
        • Vacation
  • Materials and Supplies
    • In Student Bins
    • Stored in Closets
  • Student work section
    • Tape
    • 3 hole punch
    • Paper
    • Pencils
    • Math Materials
    • Markers
classroom rules
Classroom Rules
  • Class developed “Hopes and Dreams”
    • Important to be goal oriented
      • Will revisit goals throughout the year
  • Focus on
    • Listening, Effort, Organization, Participation
  • Rules will be created and voted by students
    • Follow the rules to achieve H&D
  • Logical Consequences
      • Loss of privilege
  • Positive Reinforcement
      • Earn Class Reward
        • Activity
routines
Routines
  • Students have various folders/binders
      • Red – Math, Blue – Social Studies, Orange – HW, Green – Science, Yellow – Language Arts, Foreign Language.
  • Morning
    • Turn In / Check Homework
    • Bellwork
    • Introduction / Discussion / Extension
  • Fill in Planners throughout the day with HW
  • End of the day empty their mailboxes get mail.
  • Friday Folders
      • Will have any graded work from the week.
homework
Homework
  • Students should receive HW each night.
      • 40 – 50 minutes a night as a grade level
        • Let us know if it is taking longer # Communication
      • Develops responsibility and organization
      • If they finish their HW at school they can always
        • Read
        • Work on Math Facts
        • Visit Teacher Websites
          • Math and Language Arts Links
  • You need to check and sign planners.
      • Homework should be written in there every day.
        • If no HW is assigned then “NONE” should be written.
        • Initial – when it is finished, check it if it is completed.
daily schedule
Daily Schedule
  • 8:25 – 8:37 MM and Bellwork / Family Friday!
  • 8:40 – 10:00 Academic 1
  • 10:03 – 10:47 Club 45
  • 10:50 – 11:37 Lunch/Recess
  • 11:40 – 12:57 Academic 2
  • 1:00 – 1:27 Encore A
  • 1:30 – 1:57 Encore B
  • 2:00 – 2:40 Academic 3
  • 2:40 - 3:20 Academic 4
  • 3:20 – 3:25 Get HW & Mail / Go Home
grading
Grading
  • Try to give at least 1 grade each week in each subject area (sometimes 2)
    • Math, Science
  • Unit Tests
    • Study Guide, Jeopardy (Review Game)
    • Students will be given the opportunity to correct work for ½ credit.
  • Look on Infinite Campus
    • Grades, Missing Assignments
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Math
  • Follow Envisions
    • Pre-Test, Accelerate, Guided Practice
    • Develops problem solving and critical thinking
  • Break up into cooperative groups
    • Gather Data from
      • Grades, Prof., Pre-tests
  • Math – Re-teaching/Practice / Enrichment
  • Extension Packets – Challenge Math
assessment
Assessment
  • Traditional Pencil and Paper
  • Online Tests (Pearson, PARCC)
  • Observation
  • Alternative Assessments
    • Conferences (Student-Led)
    • Self-Evaluations
      • Ownership
    • Peer Evaluations
      • Take criticism well.
discipline
Discipline
  • Empowering Language
    • 3 R’s
      • Reinforce
        • “I notice”
      • Remind
        • “Show me”
      • Redirect
        • “I need”
  • Quiet Signals
    • “2 Fingers up!”, Chime, “Freeze”, “Claps”
communication
Communication
  • Email or call me anytime.
    • Check both throughout the day.
    • Questions or concerns
  • I will do the same.
  • Please email me so I can add you to my contacts list.
    • Fill out the sheet regarding your child’s learning style.
  • Check Grades on Infinite Campus
  • Together we will make this a successful year.
email voicemail
Email / Voicemail
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