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while you wait you may fill out the paperwork on your child s desk

While you wait you may fill out the paperwork on your child’s desk

Emergency Info (if something needs to be changed)

Guardian Contact Info

If you finish there is a folder on the back table otherwise please finish when the presentation is over

The little green paper is if you would like to leave a nice message to your child 

new this year

New this year…

Self contained classroom - reading/language arts, math, social studies, and science

Lunch now from 11:30-12:30 (recess first, then lunch)

Treasures Reading Curriculum (presentation to follow)

specials schedule

Specials Schedule

Monday: PE

Tuesday: MUSIC

Wednesday: SPANISH

Thursday: ART & SPANISH

Friday: MUSIC

daily schedule

Daily Schedule

  • Lunch 11:30-12:30
  • Math 12:30-1:30
  • Reading/LA 1:30-2
  • Social Studies/Science 2-2:45
    • (6 week rotation, once per trimester)

Reading/LA 8-9:30

Morning Recess (most days) 9:30-9:45

Specials/Additional Reading/LA time 9:50-10:56

Passport 11-11:30

new literacy curriculum

New LiteracyCurriculum

McMillan/McGraw-Hill Treasures

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A research-based, comprehensive Reading/Language Arts program for grades K-5 that gives educators the resources they need to help all students succeed.  

High quality literature coupled with explicit instruction and ample practice ensures that students grow as life-long readers and writers.

literature

Literature

Fiction and nonfiction selections help build a love of reading.

Time honored classics

Contemporary nonfiction

Multicultural literature

Time for Kids

technology

Technology

All Treasures stories are available online

www.connected.mcgraw-hill.com

Games and animated comprehension activities to help build successful readers

I have user names and passwords…easiest if I email you?

differentiation

Differentiation

Small group lessons designed to target student needs.

Leveled readers provide needed application in comprehension and vocabulary.

Hands on activities.

Fiction and non fiction stories

Literacy Workstations

vocabulary

phonemic awareness

comprehension

fluency

writing and grammar

phonics

assessment

Assessment

Benchmark Assessment 

Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) , Measure of Academic Progress (MAP)

Administered fall, winter, and spring

Weekly Assessments

Assess on the skills taught throughout the week

Unit Assessments 

cumulative test given every 5 weeks 

balanced literacy

Balanced Literacy

Modeled Reading – Teacher reads aloud…including poems, plays, nonfiction and more!

Shared Reading – Teacher and students reading together. Student books provide delightful stories to read together.

Guided Reading –  Teacher and small groups of students utilizing fiction and nonfiction leveled resources to allow for teacher guided reading at every grade.

Independent Reading – Independent, student centered reading– Time For Kids. Leveled classroom library trade books offer independent reading opportunities at every grade.

writing

Writing

Multiple modeled writing opportunities are offered every week.

Connect reading and writing with a model each week.

“Write to a Prompt” builds writing fluency and stamina needed for success. 

Writing a response to a piece of literature

components

Components

Comprehension

Vocabulary

Phonemic Awareness

Phonics/Spelling

Fluency

Grammar

Writing

math concepts

Math Concepts

  • Numeration - reading, writing, and comparing numbers
  • Operations and Computation - adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing
  • Data and Chance - reading and interpreting sets of data
  • Geometry
  • Measurement and Reference
  • Patterns, Functions, Algebra
  • ***We are ordering calculators on Thursday!!!!!
social studies units

Social Studies Units

Regions will be the focus this year.

East

South

West

Midwest

Illinois will be studied during Midwest unit

Various in-class projects during each unit

Please send $5.00 for Scholastic News with your child if you have not done so already

science units

Science Units

Magnetism and Electricity

Land and Water

Ecosystems

homework assignment notebook

Homework & Assignment Notebook

  • Most nights you can expect math HW(don’t stress over math boxes), along with 30 minutes of reading, as well as language arts homework (comprehension skills, grammar, spelling)
  • At times, work that isn't finished in class will be sent home (I try my best to allow some time in class)
  • Try to do 10 minutes of custom typing 3 times per week
  • For the first trimester, please check and sign your child's assignment n.b. nightly
homework assistance

Homework Assistance

Sunrise- 7:30-8:00 every MORING in the library

Academic study hall-Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch

website newsletter

Website & Newsletter

  • Please visit my teacher page where you will find important handouts, homework, links, and weekly newsletters
  • Check out the calendar as well, it will be updated monthly with school and classroom events
  • http://www.op97.org/lscheck/
    • If you would like after the presentation I can show you how to navigate this page
classroom expectations

Classroom Expectations

    • Please take a look at the Classroom Behavior Plan
  • 1. A reminder of the rule or expectation
  • 2. A warning
  • 3. Loss of privilege (minutes off recess/free time)
  • 4. Contact home
  • 5. Referral to the office
rewards consequences

Rewards & Consequences

  • Individual: Initials and Bear Necessities
  • Whole Class: STOP
snacks water

Snacks & Water

  • Please send your child to school with a healthy snack every day, especially with our later lunch time
  • Snack time will be around 9:15-9:30
  • Students should also have a water bottle with them daily
questions

Questions?

Contact:

Email is preferred

lscheck@op97.org

Please take the time to fill out your Guardian Contact Information