Fourth Grade ALL STAARS BATTING FOR EXCELLENCE. Curriculum Night Thursday, September 1, 2011. ATTENDANCE and TARDIES. Attendance & Tardies. Students must be in their classrooms by the 7:45 bell. They are considered tardy after 7:45.
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Thursday, September 1, 2011
7:45 – 10:15 Instructional Block I*
10:20 – 10:40 Instructional Block II*
11:35 – 12:05 Lunch
12:05 – 12:25 Recess
12:30 – 2:35 Instructional Block II
*Mrs. Moehlig is self-contained; Reading/ELA/Social Studies is Instructional Block I and Math/Science is Instructional Block II.
Testing Dates (2011-2012):
STAAR is now a timed test. Students will be allowed 4 hours to complete each test.
One (1) day late = 0 points off
Two (2) days late = 10 points off
Three (3) days late = highest grade possible is a 70
Extenuating circumstances will be reviewed by campus policy.
Reading Genres Assessed
*Students use comprehension skills to analyze how words, images, graphics, and sounds work together in various forms to impact meaning.
Explain why the speaker in the poem repeats the word “Very” at the end of the poem.
Acceptable: to make the poem seem like a tall tree, to make it funny, to emphasize how totally hard it is to come down
Not Acceptable: because it’s hard to come down,
to explain how tall the tree is
Adapted from 4th Grade National Assessment of Educational Progress, 2009
What is EPSE?
In mathematics, students continually use problem-solving, language and communication, and reasoning (justification and proof) to make connections within and outside mathematics. EPSE is a method in which students can explore a problem, plan and solve it, then explain their thinking.
What does each letter stand for?
E – Explore: Fact Finding
P – Plan: How will I solve this problem?
S – Solve: Find the answer.
E – Examine: Show or explain how the answer is
Team Celebration helpers are needed at the end of each nine weeks to celebrate the success of the winning teams. Please sign up to help.
You can help by volunteering to chaperone the party each nine weeks. (About 50 students will attend and we need a minimum of 3 parent helpers.)
Coordinated by 4th Grade Lead Room Mom
Thank you for coming!Copies of this presentation will be available to those not attending. It will also be uploaded to our grade level page on the Lamar CISD/Frost website.