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  1. Welcome Back! 3rd grade (2019-2020)

  2. Introductions Mrs. Foy Ms. Hawkins-Title I Math Mrs. Gibney Mrs. Kozup-Title I Reading Mrs. Book Miss Perkins-Title I Reading Mrs. Garnett Mrs. Sanchez-Learning Mrs. Gsell Support Mr. Hinkle Mr. Phoenix

  3. Curriculum • Wonders and My Math • Supplements + Accelerated Reader (there is a MP goal) + i-Ready(can be done at home) - math - reading + Reflex math (can be done at home)

  4. Daily Schedule • 9:00-9:15: Handwriting • 9:15-10:00: Special • 10:00-11:10: Math • 11:10-12:10: ELA • 12:10-12:40: Lunch • 12:40-1:25: MAGIC • 1:25-2:20 ELA • 2:20-2:45 Recess • 2:45-3:35 S.S./Science

  5. English Language Arts (ELA) • Comprehension • Vocabulary • Homework ( is worth 10% of grade) • Grammar • Spelling • Writing • AR 5 points per marking period. • There will be weekly or nightly assignments associated with the weekly spelling and vocabulary lists.

  6. Comprehension Tests • Multiple choice and open-ended questions • Teachers will accommodate and adapt testing procedures based on students’ needs

  7. Example open ended question • How do the characters in the stories “The Thanksgiving Play” and “The Biggest Turnip” work together to solve their problems? Support your answer with cleartext evidence.

  8. PSSA Text Dependent Rubric • http://www.education.pa.gov/Documents/K-12/Assessment%20and%20Accountability/PSSA/Scoring%20Guidelines%20and%20Formula%20Sheets/English%20Language%20Arts/PSSA%20Text%20Dependent%20Analysis%20Scoring%20Guidelines.pdf

  9. Math • Flexible grouping, possibly 2nd quarter • Vocabulary is important and will be tested this year. Please study! • Grades based on: • Class work • Test/quizzes • Homework (is worth 10% of grade)

  10. Social Studies/Science • Will be included as one grade on report cards • First S.S. unit is maps. After initial unit, S.S. is incorporated into Reading (cross-curricular) • Science – living things, minerals, sun and moon, and more • Some science topics will be covered in STEM special.

  11. PSSA Information • Reading: April 20th – 24th • Math: April 27th - May 1st • Expectations • Be in school on time. • Stress effort and trying their best. • Reading tests help prepare students. • Text dependent answers need to be supported by evidence from the story, not one sentence. • Math open-ended questions need to include work shown.

  12. Organization • Folders • Planners (agendas) • Students are expected to come prepared for class, which includes the planner, folders, pencils, and completed homework.

  13. Homework (10 % of Grade) • 30 minutes/night (average) • Completed and turned in on time • Written in planner by the student • Planners checked by parent • Consequences • May miss recess to complete work • May attend lunch bunch with Dr. Woods • There will be a 0 for late homework,

  14. Discipline Expectations • Discipline will be handled according to the High 5 expectations • Each type of infraction has its own consequences.

  15. High 5- SWPBSP • High 5 • School Wide Positive Behavior Support Program • Character Development

  16. Academic Honesty Policy • Most offenses at this level will be Level One.  If you determine a child has cheated on an assignment, typically you will: • 1.  Allow him/her to take the quiz a second time.  He/she receives the average of the zero and the second grade.  • 2.  Put a log entry into Power School so the offense is documented and one of the administrators can address the issue with the student if discipline is appropriate.   • 3.  Contact the parent.

  17. Reminders • Make-up work will be sent when student returns. • 3 consecutive days absent • Dress code • No flip flops • No bare shoulders • Refer to student handbook • Classroom birthday treats • Individual servings to be shared at lunch • Food allergies

  18. Talent Show • Third Graders may try out to perform • Students may not have more than 2 discipline slips for the year • Practices are required to perform • All paperwork must be turned in on time • Must have karaoke version of song if singing • Must be prepared at audition • Music must be on a flash drive or CD

  19. Field Trips • Capitol and State Museum • Oct. 10th • Book and Foy • Oct. 17th • Gibney, Hinkle, andPhoenix • Oct. 24th • Gsell and Garnett • Volunteers need red badge from district office

  20. Communication • If you have any questions or items you would like to discuss please contact your student’s teacher directly via email. • Will respond within 24 hours or sooner.

  21. Questions?