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    • Welcome to the Back to School Night CLIP 2010-2011
      • Please Sign in at the door
      • Be seated
      • Time: Presentation starts at 7:15 p.m.
      • Presented by:
      • Mr. Garrison Room 14
      • Ms. Lin Room 11
    • Derrall Garrison English Academics
      • Education:
      • Bachelors from San Francisco State University
      • CA teaching credential with CLAD
      • Teaching Experience
      • 5 years ELD at Collins Elementary
      • 2 years 4/5 at Murdock-Portal Elementary
      • 1 year 6th grade math and science Lawson
      • 2 years in CLIP 4th and 5th grade English
      • Contact Information
        • [email_address]
        • School phone, extension 214
    • Chia-ching Lin Fifth grade Chinese teacher
      • Education:
      • Bachelor and Master in Education from University of Oklahoma
      • OK/CA teaching credential with BCLAD
      • Teaching Experience
      • Preschool
      • 7 years in CLIP kindergarten (English and Chinese)
      • FIRST year teaching in CLIP fifth grade (Chinese)
    • Meeting Student Needs
      • Effective Learning Environment
        • Teamwork
        • Dialogue
        • cooperative learning
        • Interaction
        • Differentiated and tired instruction and/or assessment
      • Safe Learning Environment
        • Equity among the classroom community
        • Celebrate diversity
    • California States Standards
      • Language Arts
        • Reading
        • Writing
        • Listening and Speaking
      • Mathematics
      • Social Studies Science
        • Physical Science
        • Life Science
        • Earth Science
        • Investigation and Experimentation
      • Dance, Music, Theater, and Visual Arts
      • http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/
    • Chinese Curriculum
      • Textbooks
      • 美洲華語第五冊 (MeiZhou fifth volume)
      • Language Skill:
      • Phonetic symbols
      • Word recognition: students read aloud different genres, fluently and accurately
      • Vocabulary and Concept Development: students know synonyms, antonyms, and homographs
      • Listening/speaking: students know how to ask questions, deliver presentation….
      • Reading: students discern main ideas and concepts in the text, identify the main problem or conflict of the plot……
      • Writing: students create multiple paragraphs essays, write responses to literature
      • -writing assignment: one narrative, two expository, and one persuasive essay
    •  
    • English Academic Program
      • Reading
        • Houghton Mifflin
        • Integrated Content
        • Novels
      • Writing
        • Narrative
        • Expository
        • Summary
        • Response to Literature
        • Persuasive
      • Mathematics
        • Houghton Mifflin
      • Social Studies
      • Science
        • Foss Science Kit
    • Social Studies Curriculum
      • Textbook: a translated Scott Foresman History / Social Science.
      • From pre-Columbus to 1850, US government, and fifty sates and capitals of US
      • Social Studies is rich in language and the history itself is a story.
      • The goal of Social Studies Curriculum:
      • - The concept of major events
      • - Increase listening vocabulary and word identification
      • Unit of Study / Projects
      • Unit project for each unit
      • Supplementary Reading Materials
      • Christopher Columbus / The Little House on the Prairie in Chinese…etc.
    • Homework from Mr. Garrison
      • Practice for the concepts taught in class
      • Vary from day to day
      • Monday – Thursday, occasionally on Friday
        • Due the following school day unless otherwise stated
      • Typical homework assignments each day
        • Spelling City and vocabulary cards
        • Math practice
      • Other homework assignments
        • Reading comprehension practice (workbook, teacher-made)
        • Science project
        • Language Arts project
        • Science notebook
        • Writing assignment
    • Homework from Ms. Lin
      • Reinforcement / independent level
      • - The goal is to work on organizational skills and be responsible
      • A weekly journal with assigned topics or free topics is due every Tuesday
      • A weekly 2 entries of thirty minute reading log is due every Tuesday
      • Every two month’s Book Report
      • Tape Recording for read aloud
      • Record Keeping through Agenda and Classroom Homepage
      • Excuse: due to an emergency and sickness
      • Pass due: A note will be sent home for every three times their work is late
      • Long-term: use time wisely and plan on completing by the due date
      • All assignments will be checked for completion, but some work may not be scored nor commented on
    • Homework Policy
      • Agenda
      • Incomplete or no homework
        • Complete during recess
        • Record
        • Parents be contacted
      • Homework Contract
    • Assessment
      • Formative Assessment
        • Observations and anecdotal notes
        • Response to questions
        • Questioning strategies
        • Interaction
        • homework and classroom assignments
        • Portfolios
        • Quizzes and writing drafts
        • Science notebook
      • Summative Assessment
        • End-of-chapter/unit tests
        • Vocabulary, DOL, and spelling tests
        • Writing assignment (final draft)
        • End-of-chapter/unit projects or reports
    • Chinese Assessment
      • Character tests
      • Writing samples
      • Miscue analysis
      • Unit/Chapter tests
      • Projects
      • Informal observation
      • District Chinese assessment
    • Communication
      • Daily Agenda
      • Notes/Handouts
      • Room Parents
      • Thursday Folder
      • Monthly Newsletter
      • Classroom homepage/google calendar
      • Appointment for after school meeting
      • Meyerholz Bulldog on Thursday
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]
      • Phone: (408)252-7450 ext. 211 and 214
    • How to extend learning from school to home
      • Recognize any efforts and accomplishments that your child makes!
      • Help your child to organize his or her schoolwork until they can do it independently
      • Listen to your child read even if you don’t speak Chinese
      • Ask your child what he or she has learned at school
      • Remind your child of the upcoming events or homework
      • Sign forms that are required by the school or class
      • For Social Studies, I will send home a list of things that you can help to reinforce concepts and information.
    • Scoring
      • All scoring will follow the district’s rubric:
      • 6 – Exceptional Proficiency  
      • 5 – Advanced Proficiency  
      • 4 – Proficient
      • 3 – Developing Proficiency
      • 2 – Limited Proficiency  
      • 1 – Minimal Proficiency
      •  
      • For daily work, number grades (9/10 – nine out of ten possible points) and symbol grades (+ Excellent,  + Good,  Average/Completed,  - Unacceptable) are also given.
    • Classroom Rule
      • Rule
        • Respect
        • Be Safe
      • Code of Conduct
        • Consequences determined by students and teachers
    • Classroom Management
      • 90 percent of positive reinforcement
      • - individual/pair/group work
      • - money system
      • - Friday homenopoly game
      • Praises
      • Connection and caring
      • Interesting and engaging lessons
      • Intrinsic motivation
      • Questions?