Welcome to “OUR” Classroom. Welcome to Curriculum Night!. INTRODUCTION:.
- Go home everyday and return everyday
- Homework turned in every morning
- Notes and Lunch Money
- Weekly Newsletter – Check website and email
- Voice Mail x361057
-Student Led fall conferences
-Builds reading and writing skills
- homogeneous by level
- focuses on specific skills and reading instruction
Large Group Reading
- enables students to interact and learn about reading from each other
- stories aligned with Common Core, both fiction & non-fiction
- mini-lesson / modeling
- writing session & teacher
Writing Focuses: Narrative, Expository, Persuasive, Response to Literature: text to self, text to text, text to world
-The framework emphasizes key standards found in the common core
-3-6 week Units-Unit Based, standard will not be assessed every quarter
-Standards more in depth and we will study for a longer period of time
- Real World Applications &
- Math Centers
-Math Practice Books
-That Quiz/ANGEL assessments
-3-Minute Fact Practice
Social Studies Themes
1 = Limited or minimal progress toward achievement of the standard
2 = Sometimes demonstrates achievement in the standard
3 = Consistently demonstrates Achievement in the standard
4= Mastery of Achievement in the standard
* This is new to Forsyth County
Key to Initiative and Work Standards
Exemplary (E) = Student maximizes opportunities in all areas of work habits and behavior.
Successful (S) = This is the standard level. Student exhibits progress and satisfaction in responsibility, participation, assignment completion and interpersonal skills.
Does Not Meet (D) = Student does not display behaviors that lead to successful learning, requires frequent redirectionReport CardAssesses Forsyth County Standards and Benchmarks
Write a note back to your child!
If you have a specific question that I didn’t address tonight, please write it on the note card at your desk and I will answer it in upcoming newsletters or by e-mail.
**Thanks for joining us tonight**