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Yinghua Academy Curriculum Night September 16, 2014. Lai laoshi’s Third Grade Class. About Lai Laoshi. Background: 8 years of elementary teaching in the US 12 years of college teaching in Taiwan License Area: K-12 Chinese MEd , University of Minnesota (Expected 2015)

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Yinghua academy curriculum night september 16 2014

Yinghua AcademyCurriculum Night September 16, 2014

Lai laoshi’s Third Grade Class


About lai laoshi
About Lai Laoshi

  • Background:

  • 8 years of elementary teaching in the US

  • 12 years of college teaching in Taiwan

  • License Area: K-12 Chinese

  • MEd, University of Minnesota (Expected 2015)

  • MA English, University of Missouri-Columbia


About lai laoshi1
About Lai laoshi


Our curriculum
Our Curriculum

  • Overview

  • Curriculum map


Our curriculum1
Our Curriculum

  • Chinese Language Arts (CLA)

  • 1. Textbook

  • 2. Materials:

  • a. Vocabulary workbook

    b. Character writing workbook

    d. Reading journal

    e. Composition book

    f. Character dictation book

    3. Pinyin

    4. Dictionary


Our curriculum2
Our Curriculum

  • Chinese In-class/Take-home Reading

  • 1. Graded Chinese readers

  • 2. Reading log

  • 3. Reading journal

  • 4. Reading projects


Our curriculum3
Our Curriculum

  • Chinese Culture Integration

  • 1. Classic Tang Poetry

  • 2. Popular Chinese Sayings and Proverbs

  • 3. Cultural Knowledge and Activities


Our curriculum4
Our Curriculum

  • Singapore Math

  • 1. Problem solving-Model drawing

  • 2. Materials:

  • a. Workbook

  • b. Practice packet by unit

  • c. Worksheets

  • 3. MCA (Minnesota Comprehensive

  • Assessment) in April


Our curriculum5
Our Curriculum

  • Science and Social Studies

  • 1. Based on Core Knowledge curriculum

  • 2. Materials:

  • a. Teacher developed texts and workbook

  • by unit

  • b. Science kits

  • 3. Field trips:

  • a. Minnesota Zoo

  • b. Planetarium

  • c. Minnesota History Center


Assessment
Assessment

  • English Reading and Math

  • 1. NWEA: Fall 2014 and Spring 2015

  • 2. MCA: April 2015

    Chinese Reading/Writing and Math

    1. One achievement test per subject per

    trimester: End of term exams

    2. Unit tests: all subject areas

    3. Weekly character quizzes (on Thursdays)


Homework expectations
Homework Expectations

  • Purpose

  • a. Reinforce concepts learned

  • b. Practice target academic skills

  • c. Learn to take responsibility

    Homework should be…

  • a. Completed and turned in daily

  • b. Corrected and turned in the next day for

  • re-check



School expectations
School Expectations

  • 1. Always Try

  • 2. Do Your Best

  • 3. Cooperate and Help Others

  • 4. Respect People and Property

  • 5. Manage Yourself


Classroom expectations
Classroom Expectations

  • The 4B’s

  • Be a good listener.

  • Be kind to everyone.

  • Be safe.

  • Be the best student you can be!


Consequences
Consequences

  • 1. Verbal reminder

  • 2. Time out in classroom

  • 3. Time out in buddy classroom

  • 4. Student-teacher conference

  • 5. Parent contact


How to help your student succeed in third grade
How to Help Your Student Succeed in Third Grade?

  • 1. Check your child’s homework and sign the

  • planner daily.

  • 2. Help your child with Math

  • homework (English math terms, word

  • problems).

  • 3. Reserve 30 minutes English reading time

  • and 15 minutes Chinese reading time every

  • night.

  • 4. Communicate your child’s needs with the

  • teacher


Communication
Communication



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