Merryhill Preparatory School th Aaron Hirotani grade : 6 / age : 11 Literacy: Phonological Awareness, Phonics, High-Frequency Words, Vocabulary, Comprehension, Writing Parent/GuardianQuarter Literacy Goal Student Responsibility Teacher Responsibility Responsibility1 My reading goal is to I will read at least 1 book The teacher would keep My parents should understand passages a quarter adding more books to my broad my horizon I read . knowledge by preferring By introducing new books for me to read types of books to my interest 2 Test Test Tes TestMathematics: Number &Operations, Algebraic & Algebraic Thinking, Measurement & Data, Geometry Parent/GuardianQuarter Math Goal Student Responsibility Teacher Responsibility Responsibility1 My math goal not to My responsibility is to When I go talk to the To help me pay rush through pay more attention to my teacher I have to ask on attention to my work at homework. work and work hard to topic questions. hand and not get become stronger in frustrated on work math. because I will have more later in my time being here.
Self-reliance, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Workplace Skills Parent/GuardianQuarter Goal Student Responsibility Teacher Responsibility Responsibility1 My goal is to become I will put the books of the To make sure that I wrote To check my locker for more organized with classes I have in the everything in my planner books I need for my things and put morning in my locker by homework books away after class lunch most of the time. when I have free time like lunch or snack Political Journalism Tenets: Political Literacy, Applied Language Arts skills, Technological Literacy, Communication S.T.E.M. Tenets: Applied Mathematical skills, Science Literacy, Self-Reliance, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Technological Literacy, Innovation, Invention, Communication Political Journalism Project STEM ProjectThe Political Journalism Project is a year-long, school-wide The STEM project integrates science, technology, engineeringfocus on developing political literacy. and math and will be completed one quarter.Student reflection: Student reflection:I learned about the Libyan crisis and how it started andthat Obama went on a trip to 8 states in 48 hours..I needto learn more about women’s part in Libyan politics, is itpermanent.. I think I can work better with others andhope to get along with them. I can improve by takingmore of a speaking part in my group and help posequestions on the topic.
Disposition Scores Program Emphasis Activities Performing Move: skits, shows, demos, games, audiovisuals, sports, ―real life‖ Producing Organize: schedules, outlines, workbooks, reading, writing, portfolios Inventing Discover: projects, portfolios, debate, brainstorm, computers, ―labs‖ Mechanical/Electronic/Scientific Relating/Inspiring Interact group projects, people stories, family trees, discussion Create: Thinking/Creating Music/Art/Ideas/Writing art, music, nature, poetry, designing, dreaming, portfolios Modality Scores Program Emphasis Activities Auditory-Listening Hear: audiotapes, books on tape, computers, music, rhyming, songs Auditory-Verbal Talk: tape reports/assignments, oral presentations, sing, discuss Visual-Picture See: videos, computers, picture cues, diagrams, charts, time lines Tactile/Kinesthetic Touch/Do/Draw: hands-on, drawing, building, textured or walk-on materials Printed Language Read/Write: research, workbooks, outlines, reading/writing, copying How will I use the information presented in my learning styles profile to improve or enhance my learning experience?Student reflection:I can pay more attention to my work and not goof off with some of my friends and work on my time management.The thing that I use to keep focused is soothing noises to drown out peoples loud voices .
Assess yourself on each Habit of Mind with 1 being low and 10 being high Self-Assessment (1-10) Habits of Mind st nd rd th1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Quarter6 Persisting5 Thinking & communicating with clarity & precision7 Managing impulsivity4 Gathering data through all senses4 Listening with understanding & empathy10 Creating, imagining, innovating9 Thinking flexibly8 Responding with wonderment & awe6 Thinking about thinking (metacognition)5 Taking responsible risks7 Striving for accuracy10 Finding humor6 Questioning & posing problems
10 Thinking interdependently7 Applying past knowledge to new situations8 Remaining open to continuous learning How well am I employing and carrying through with these behaviors?Student reflection:I try to find the right time to make jokes but in that opening it can close on you really fast. . I think a lot it is just waiting forthe right time to let my questions out and facts on those topics if the teacher didn’t cover yet in the book. Assess yourself on each ESLR (E=Emerging, D=Developing, M=Mastering) Self-Assessment (E, D, M) Expected Learning Outcomes st nd rd th 1 2 3 4Quarter Quarter Quarter QuarterA–D Demonstrate Knowledge InnovativelyB–D A - Articulate knowledge and ideas in varied situations, with a range ofC—D tools (e.g., software such as Word, Excel & Power Point), and for multipleD—M purposesE—D B - Evaluate, interpret, and reply effectively to verbal & nonverbalF---E communication C - Communicate through a variety of written forms for varied audiences D - Analyze the effectiveness of one’s communication skills E - Be an active listener and participant to receive and process information F - Interact and work effectively with othersA—D Communicate EffectivelyB—M A - Articulate knowledge and ideas in varied situations, with a range ofC---D tools (e.g., software such as Word, Excel & Power Point), and for multipleD---D purposesE—M B - Evaluate, interpret, and reply effectively to verbal & nonverbalF--D communication C - Communicate through a variety of written forms for varied audiences D - Analyze the effectiveness of one’s communication skills
E - Be an active listener and participant to receive and process information F - Interact and work effectively with othersA—D Serve as a Socially Responsible CitizenB—D A - Guide and/or lead others by building and using leadershipC—D characteristics such as organization, communication, interpersonal skills,D—E confidence, flexibility, honesty, and visionE—M B - Demonstrate responsibility and integrityF—M C - Recognize civic responsibility (participate in civic life by becomingG—E informed on issues and making civic decisions) D - Understand and address global issues and perspectives, including environmental, social, cultural, political and economic issues that impact the world E - Participate in service learning opportunities F - Develop an awareness and appreciation for the arts G - Communicate effectively in a second languageA—M Navigate through Experiences as a Life Long LearnerB—D A - Set, follow through, and assess the success of both long and shortC—D term goalsD—D B - Develop individual areas of interest by applying learning andE—D advancing skills to expand one’s knowledge C - Prioritize and manage time and tasks efficiently D - Accept accountability for results and take pride in accomplishments E - Become informed on various issues to aid in making appropriate personal choices (such as economic, health, social, environmental) How well are you developing these outcomes over time?
Student reflection:I work with my group if I have one to make sure we have what we need and hopefully wecan go over the minimum limits.Develop new view points by listening to my group members and