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Hogan Open House


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  • 1. Mrs. Hogan’s 2nd Grade Classroom 2009-2010 Welcome
  • 2.
    • Educational Background:
    • Bachelor in Elementary Ed.
    • Framingham State College
    • Masters: Tech. in Education
    • Lesley College
    • 18 years teaching (Kindergarten & Grade 2)
    • Family: Chris, Emily, Cecelia, Erin & Max
    About Me
  • 3. Philosophy
    • ** Each child will learn how to communicate effectively in a respectful community
    • ** Each child will work to their best ability and reach their full potential
  • 4. A day in the eyes of your child. Morning Routine Morning Work Morning Meeting Calender/Weather Reading Writing Lunch/Recess Afternoon Routine Read Aloud Math Science/Social Studies Dismissal Specials: Physical Ed. Media, Art, Health, Music
  • 5. Homework Please refer to the daily homework folder that is sent home each day. Math: Everyday Math, Math Facts Spelling: Monday pretest, Friday test Reading: Daily Writing: Response for reading Science/Social Studies - occasional project
  • 6. Morning Meeting
    • Morning Meeting:
      • Greeting
      • Game
      • Morning Message
      • Calendar
      • Weather
      • Days in School
      • CARES - cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy, self control
      • FACTS - focus, attitude, confidence, try your best, stamina
  • 7. Language Arts
    • Our reading series is Literacy By Design by Rigby.
    • Through whole class, small group and independent reading experiences, children will have the opportunity to improve their skills in comprehension, vocabulary, fluency and phonics/phonemic awareness. Texts include non-fiction and fiction. We will be utilizing the 6 + 1 traits of writing.
  • 8. Reading
    • Fiction/Nonfiction - Genres
    • Readability level: Developmental Reading Assessment
      • Reading rate, expression, comprehension, fluency
  • 9. Writing
    • Narrative Writing Diamond
    • Entertaining Beginning -
      • sound action, thought or question, dialogue
      • describe the setting - 3 senses and a thought
    • The Main Event -
      • mix it up action, observation, thoughts/feeling, dialogue
    • Extended Ending - memory, feeling
      • As I walked away, I couldn’t help but remember…
  • 10. Math
    • Math Facts - expectation is to know facts in 3 seconds or less
    • Our program, "Everyday Mathematics" , supports student learning through:
    • L essons based hands on activities and discussions
    • S olving problems based on everyday situations
    • P racticing basic skills daily - in school and at home
    • R evisiting concepts to ensure comprehension
    • The six content strands that are addressed in each grade level:
    • * Number and Numeration
    • * Operations and Computations
    • * Data and Chance
    • * Measurement & Reference Frames
    • * Geometry
    • * Patterns, Functions & Algebra
  • 11. Social Studies
    • Natural Features (geographical information is presented in maps & globes)
    • Community (producers & consumers, buyers & sellers, goods & services)
    • Boundaries of the United States, Canada & Mexico (difference of continent & country)
    • Continents and Oceans (location of all)
    • Chronological Order (related to students life, information timelines present)
  • 12. Science
    • Nocturnal Animals, Frogs & Toads
    • (life cycle, basic needs, habitat, adaptations)
    • Weather and Air (patterns in weather, air & wind)
    • Solids, Liquids and Gases (identifies objects, identifies properties & shape characteristics)
  • 13. Thank you for coming