1-3 digit quotients, multiplication up to 1,000’s x 1 digit
Listening comprehension-to visualize a reading passage and be able to comprehend what is being said. 1 test a week.
Children start their day on READY TO LEARN and it is completely fine for them to remain here. However, students who go above and beyond may move to WAY TO GO. When students need a reminder they are asked to move to STOP AND THINK. Children have the opportunity to move back to READY TO LEARN if the teacher sees an improvement in behavior. However, if problems continue students may be asked to move to TEACHER’S CHOICE. At this time, it is up to the teacher’s discretion to decide how to best handle the situation.
During the week that a student is Driver of the Week, he/she may choose to bring in a special item from home to share along with poster, Monday morning .i..e.. family pets.
Third Grade Powerpoint Openhouse2012
• Find your child’s seat• Check the Parent Form for correct phone numbers, email and sign• Fill out the parent’s side of the Kid Quiz and compare answers with your child’s paper. Anyone get 100%?
Parent/ Teacher Communication & Contact InformationOverview of classroom schedule (subject to change) Curriculum by subject Ancillary ClassesResponsible Student BehaviorHomework ExpectationsA Welcome to our Room Parent!“Driver of the Week” and Birthday BooksQuestions and Comments
Ms. Hicks M-F email@example.com Mrs. Canzone M-F firstname.lastname@example.orgMs. Hicks office hours:•Available for drop in Tuesday 8:15-8:30amand 3:30-3:45pmMrs. Canzone office hours:•Available for drop in Tuesday and DEL MAR PINESThursday 8:15-8:30amBoth of us are available via email and byappointment with 24hr noticeE-mail will be responded before 8:15am orafter 3:15pm, no later than 8pm at night.
• Be on time • Line up for bell • Un-packMorning Routine: Warm-up, Journals
Rebecca Sitton Spelling & Word Skills:Scope and Sequence- Mastering the spelling of high-frequency words, and ensuring their long-termrelationship in writingPhonics, Word study, VocabularyWriting and Reading ConventionsProofreadingWeekly Friday tests of core and priority words
Small group instruction:Think Alouds: cont. 7 Strategies of Highly Effective ReadersNovels and short stories/texts: Comprehension questions,vocabulary work, webbing, informational report, plot developmentessay writing and novel projects, research paper Class Reads: to foster a love of readingIndependent work:•practice skills learned, journals•Visualizing, inferring, retelling, summarizing•iPads read a story, word study, writing stories•Big book creation and illustration
Class Meeting & 1 minute Math Drills 10:15-10:25• Whole Class Discussions• Student accountability• Creating solutions and self-monitoring• Math Drills (cont.) from previous year• 1 minute math facts, increased automaticity• x, -, ÷, + from 1-10
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Wordly Wise: Vocabulary development (Tues, Thurs) 10:45-11:00Listening Comprehension: Continuation, assessment onFriday 8:45-9:00Cursive: Practicing formation of letters in booklets,.(M,W,Th) 2:30-2:45Keyboarding: Familiarization of Mac laptops, essaywriting, skill building program (M,W,Th) 2:30-2:45Write Traits: Ideas, Organization, Word Choice, Voice,Sentence Fluency, Conventions,
History-Social Science for California: Our CommunitiesUnit 1: Land & Waterin Your AreaUnit 2: CaliforniaIndians Past &PresentUnit 3: YourCommunity overTimeUnit 4: Rules & LawsUnit 5: The Economyof Your Region
T, W, Th- Spanish- HuetT- Art- RobinsonM, W- P.E- FauselT- Music- GoetschM- Tech- ScottF Library- LauraF- Hands-on Canción de SaludosScience- Huet
Early dismissal check in office Carpool Line 3 minute zoneCall if someone else is picking up Park North of school
THIRD GRADE 2012-2013 MONDAY TUESDAY WED THURS FRIDAY8:30-8:45 Morning Routine Morning Routine Morning Routine Morning Routine Morning Routine8:45-9:00 Spelling Spelling Spelling Spelling Listening Comp9:00-9:15 Language Arts Language Arts Language Arts Language Arts Language Arts9:30-9:459:45-10:0010:00-10:1510:15-10:25 Class Meeting Class Meeting Class Meeting Class Meeting Class Meeting10:25-10:4510:30-10:45 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS10:45-11:00 Julie Grammar Vocabulary Julie Grammar Vocabulary Grammar/Vocab11:00-11:15 Math Math Math Math Math11:15-11:3011:30-11:4511:45-12:00 Early Pack-up12:00-12:15 Lunch Spanish Lunch Lunch Lunch12:15-12:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch12:30-12:45 Technology Lunch Spanish Science Spelling Test12:45-1:05 Lunch Friday Folders1:05-1:15 Music Science/ Spanish Hands-On1:15-1:30 Social Studies Science lab1:30-1:45 P.E. P.E. Social Studies1:45-2:002:00-2:15 Social Studies Art Writing/ Writing/ Library2:15-2:30 Six Traits Six Traits2:30-2:45 Cursive/Keyboard Cursive/Keyboard Cursive/Keyboard Fantastic Friday2:45-3:05 Packup/jobs/Read-aloud PackUp/Jobs/Read-aloud Packup/Jobs/Read-aloud
Positive Discipline Classroom Management: Responsible Student Behavior• Rick Morris clip chart:We are currently being trained in Positive Discipline and have decided to update our classroom management systems. During this time of transition, we have decided to use a behavior modification chart K-5.
Class Budget Communication Monthly birthday recognition www.delmarpines.com E-mail distribution listClass musical Weekly updatesTeacher appreciationGifts – b-day, holiday, end of year Volunteering Pick up/drop off & Parking Sign up sheets and ongoing requests September 6, 2012
• A new student is • Birthdays will be celebrated selected each on the last Friday of each Thursday month for children who share• Poster will display same birth month from Monday-Friday• Decorate with • Birthday Book for class pictures & drawings• Your child will share (optional) it in front of the class.