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Back to school night 2013

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    • 2012-2013
    •  Parents and teacher as a team: Parents are a child’s first and most influential teacher.  Fair and consistent expectations and consequences  Effort  Respect  Classroom Dynamic: Learning should be serious and fun.
    •  Study skills, reading, spelling, writing, grammar, math, computers, social studies, science, and enjoyment of learning  Responsibility - taking responsibility for actions/consequences, be on time, turn in work on time, working out social problems, participation, doing homework  Directions / Communication - written and oral  Independence - doing homework, bringing needed materials to school, and social interactions
    •  Concentrating on writing across the curriculum.  Using informational text in reading.  Emphasis on multiple methods in mathematics.  Focusing on conceptual understanding of mathematics.
    • Reading  Treasures  Various core literature books  Silent Sustained Reading  Book Reports  Oral Presentations  Read Alouds  Vocabulary  Small group instruction
    • Writing  Opinion Pieces  Informative/ Explanatory Texts  Narratives  Clarity and Focus in writing  Writer’s Workshop  Publishing pieces using technology  Research Projects
    •  Students create interactive math notebooks of important concepts and terms.  Addition and Subtraction Facts:Students MUST know these by now. Math will be VERY difficult if they are not proficient  Multiplication & Division Facts: Practice on a Daily basis  Decimals, Fractions, Algebraic thinking, and Geometry Math
    • Earth Science Planets and space Weather and climate Life Science The Human Body Physical Science Atoms and molecules Science
    • Branches of the government Early explorers Settling the colonies The American Revolution The Constitution Westward expansion 50 State Capitols
    •  Physical Fitness Test  Run  Push ups  Crunches
    • Reading Log (PARENT SIGNATURE): 30 minuts 5x a week 1 paragraph response Vocabulary/Spelling Contract(PARENT SIGNATURE ): 1 vocabulary and 1 spelling assignment every night: Math: 1 sheet a night Unfinished classwork assigned as homework. Missing assignment sheet goes home on Fridays.