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Meet the teacher 2012
Meet the teacher 2012
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  • 1. Welcome to Grade 5!All information from this evening’s presentation will be shared on the Grade 5 blog.
  • 2. Dan Allen dallen@zis.chAlice Sikora asikora@zis.chDrew Davis andavis@zis.chTherese McKinley tmckinley@zis.chJenifer Nelson jnelson@zis.chCaroline Francois cfrancois@zis.ch
  • 3. Communication at School.E-mail – for all bus changes and individual correspondence.Blogs – these are our primary communication tool.http://blogs.zis.ch/asikora/
  • 4. Blogs!1. Parents - Check regularly and comment!2.Portfolios and Learning Logs3.RSS feed for your child’s blog
  • 5. PYP Information:‘Beginner’ PYP information session: September 3rd, 9.00amWorkshop for parents familiar with the PYP: October 1st, 9.00amWhere: The Wädenswil Campus, MPRPlease e-mail Keryn Dowling, the PYP Coordinator with any questions. kdowling@zis.ch
  • 6. Units of Inquiry: Grade Five2012-131. How We Express Ourselves: Motion Pictures provoke, entertain and inform.2. Sharing the Planet: Food issues have a global impact.3. How we Organise Ourselves: Social Media affect how we access, process and share information.4. How the World Works: Understanding shape and space enhances structural design.5. Who We Are: PYP Exhibition6. Where We Are in Place and Time: Knowledge and preparationallow for smoother transitions in life.
  • 7. Reading Literacy Speaking and ListeningGuided Reading Oral PresentationsShared Reading Group WorkNovel StudyIndependent Reading Formal and Informal (In class, and at Interactions home) Awareness of Audience Writing Listening Skills Handwriting Spelling/Grammar Journals Writing to: Explain Recount Persuade Describe Blogs! Entertain
  • 8. MathSTRANDS:Number (counting; reading and writing numbers; identifying place-value; comparing numbers; working with fractions)Shape and Space (exploring 2- and 3-dimensional shapes; classifying polygons)Data Handling (collecting, organizing and interpreting data using tables, charts and graphs)Measurement (using tools to measure length, capacity, weight and volume; telling time)Pattern and Function (exploring number patterns, rules for number sequences, relation between numbers and attributes)Regular Math assessments will be sent home.
  • 9. Learning Logs…1.Inquiry-based2.Open-ended3.Mostly digitally shared4.Instructions posted on Grade 5 blog http://blogs.zis.ch/grade5
  • 10. Location:
  • 11. Councillors: Each group of students is under the care of a Village Camps Group Councillor all week.These leaders are:Qualified SpecialistsExperienced with school groupsExperienced in Environmental EducationEnthusiastic, kind and caring
  • 12. Activities:•Team work and group games•Hiking•Rock Climbing•Shelter Building•Map Reading•Full evening programme
  • 13. Accommodation, Chaperones weather and food!Two chalets - boys and girls separately.4-5 children per room.En suite bathrooms.Chaperones = eight adults from school.Three full meals a day and snack for the bus journey there and back.Can be changeable in the mountains!Check Swiss Meteo for weather updates
  • 14. What must you do?Help your child to pack sensibly, according to the list provided.Students may bring electronic games/iPods for the bus but they will be collected once we get off the bus.Cell phones are banned by Village Camps.Discuss “homesickness” or separation anxiety with your child as necessary.Be enthusiastic and look forward to the trip together with your child!
  • 15. Times & Contact Details:Departure: 9:00 Monday, September 17thArrival back at ZIS: 17:00 Friday, September 21stBus leaving Wednesday morning (19th) - Rosh HashanahVillage Camps SACP 24CH – 1854 LEYSINTel. +41 (0)22 990 9460Fax. +41 (0)22 990 9464Mobile. +41 (0)79 632 40 52Emergency phone07946596510795550346
  • 16. Reminders:All Campus Welcome BBQ!Sunday 26th August
  • 17. Language AcquisitionBICS (Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills) : from 2 – 3 years to acquire.CALP (Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency) : from 5 – 8 or more years to acquire.Developing literacy takes time.
  • 18. Second Language Acquisition“… the deeper a student’s level of L1 (first language) cognitive and academic development, the faster that student will progress in L2 (second language).” (Thomas & Collier 1997)
  • 19. How can I help my child?In your home language:Read to or with your child,Ask about the Math, Language or Unit of Inquiry being studied in class – draw out specific vocabulary,Discuss a wide variety of subjects at an appropriate level,Encourage your child to do research.
  • 20. More information? Language Acquisition and EAL programmes:Friday 31 August 2012, 2.15pm – 3.15pmPlease look on the EAL Blog: http://blogs.zis.ch/lseal/

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