Curriculum Night 2010 2011 ShieldsPresentation Transcript
Curriculum Night 2010 Creek View Elementary Ms. Shields September 2010
About Ms. Shields… Masters in Applied TeachingBrenau University 2007, GA Certificate of Graphic DesignParson School of Art & Design, NY Technology Committee FCS since 2008 Technology Leadership Forum 2010 Promethean Trainer Inspired Classroom Participant 21st Century School Grant Participant I am married and have two children in college.
Daily Schedule 7:10 – 7:55 Morning Work, Announcements 7:55-9:05Math 9:05- 9:35 Language Arts 9:35-10:20 Specials 10:20-11:48Reading 11:48-12:18 Lunch 12:18-12:50 Writing 12:50-1:05 Recess 1:05-2:15 Social Studies 2:15 Pack-up/Dismissal
Math7:55-9:05 The 7 Step Lesson Routine Lesson Introduction Direct Instruction Guided Inquiry Independent Practice Exploration Informal Skills Assessment Summarize Learning Goals Homework Practice
Math7:55-9:05 Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers Mental Math Computation Data Collection and Graphing Rounding as a Strategy Applied Problem Solving Recall of Basic Math Facts Geometric Shaped and Spatial Relationships Fractions and Decimals Customary and Metric Units of Measure Algebra Patterns
Language Arts9:05-9:35 Grammar Topic Parts of Speech and Word Play Guided Practice Workbooks, Interactive Online Independent Activities Writing/Commenting Links to Reading Applied Grammar Cursive Handwriting Spelling
Specials9:35-10-20 Monday PE - Melnyk Tuesday Music - Parnas Wednesday PE - Melnyk Thursday Art - Cavenaugh Friday No Special Day
Reading/ELA10:20-11:48 Weekly Stories Reading Strategies Decoding Words Context Clues Predicting Inferencing Elements of a Story Genre The Writing Process
Science Units1:05-2:15 Magnets Rocks, Soil and Fossils Habitats of Georgia Pollution Heat Hands-on Science Adventure Zone
Social Studies 1:05-2:15 Units Map and Globe Skills Roots of Democracy, Levels of Government American Heroes, Leadership and Character Economics, Supply and Demand
Health1:05-2:15 Safety Drug Prevention Communicable Diseases Personal Health Family Living Character Education
Grading Policy Grades Weight A 90-100% B 80-89% C 70-79% F 69% or below.
40% Tests, Performance Assessments, In-school Projects, End of Unit Writing. 30% Classwork/Seatwork 20% Quizzes, At-Home Projects, Oral Presentations. 10% Homework
Classroom Rules Listen Carefully. Follow Directions. Work quietly without disturbing others. Follow directions. Respect others and school property. Work and play safely.
Classroom Jobs Teachers Helper changes daily and is responsible for all tasks that day. Tables may earn tickets. They may have lunch with a friend, in the classroom.
Classroom Management Verbal Warning Move the Stick to Orange Think Time Take it home to be signed and returned.
Home/School Communication Monthly Newsletter Take Home Yellow Folder Thursday Folders with Orange Folder Agendas, Daily, Sign them. Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Phone – 404-386-0164 Send a note with your child. Class Websites www.ripplingpond.weebly.com www.myfavoriteplace.pbworks.com
Homework Homework M-Th Assignments for each day include Spelling, Math and one other task. Math HW should be turned in daily. All other HW is due the next day unless it otherwise noted. Book Report due 9/30 Please do not return spelling before Friday.
Snack & Lunch/ Birthday Treats Please put money for lunch in a sealed envelope with your child’s name and my name. Please provide a healthy snack for your child each day that they can open independently. Birthday treats should be precut, store bought and delivered to the front office.
Volunteering PAT Science Adventure Zone Special Events/Parties Reading to the Class or Sharing a special hobby or collection.
Questions and Answers… Please write them down and I will answer them and get back to you via email. If you prefer a phone call include your most accessible number.
Thank You for coming! Have a safe and pleasant evening!