Welcome to the Reading Room. Mrs. Temple 2008-2009 Student Information. Table of Contents. Grading. Expectations. Supplies. Homework. Schedule. Grading. Ongoing assessment of student progress is reported to parents via student progress reports.
Welcome to the Reading Room Mrs. Temple 2008-2009 Student Information
Table of Contents • Grading • Expectations • Supplies • Homework • Schedule
Grading • Ongoing assessment of student progress is reported to parents via student progress reports. • Assessments may include individual running records of text reading, phonemic awareness phonics inventories, reading rate, fluency rubrics, developmental reading assessments, and teacher created assessments to assess the student’s progress in all aspects of the reading process. Back
Expectations • In the Reading Room: follow school-wide behavior policies bring supplies (reading bag and books) • At Home: take home books in reading bag listen to someone read to you read with someone at home read to someone at home enjoy literacy Back
Homework • Students are assigned texts according his/her individual reading level. Students are expected to read these texts, as well as, self-selected reading materials. • Some students will be assigned poems or plays to read at home. • Have fun with literacy – Read, Read, Read! Back
Supplies • All supplies are provided for students in the Reading Room. Back
Schedule 7:30–8:00 – 3rd grade tutorial 8:00-10:30 – Individualized Reading Instruction 10:30-11:00-3rd grade tutorial 11:00-11:45-Conference 11:45-12:15-Lunch 12:15-1:30-3rd grade group instruction 1:45-2:30-2nd grade group instruction 2:30-3:30-Planning, meetings, parent conferences, etc. Back