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### Transcript of 2011-2012. Mrs. Balliet Miss Darnell Ms. Pfahler Miss Swartz Mrs. Tucker Mrs. Yarborough.

2011-2012

Mrs. BallietMiss DarnellMs. Pfahler

Miss SwartzMrs. Tucker

Mrs. Yarborough

child develop life skills, get them ready for the

EOGs, and prepare them for success in the

•Your child can expect to learn in a nurturing environment where they are challenged each day!•Your child will learn a variety of topics in math, reading, writing, science, and social studies.•Your child will also take two Predictive Assessments, and the End of Grade (EOG) test in math and reading.

•Current math program: Envisions•Envisions teaches students the concepts step-by-step and with the use of visuals and manipulatives•There are 5 goals for students to master by the end of the year

GOAL 1 Objectives:1.Numbers up to 9,999

4.Fractions5.Word problems

*It is very important for students to practice multiplication at home.

GOAL 2 Objectives:1.Elapsed time

2.Metric and Customary units for capacity, length, mass, and

temperature

GOAL 4 Objectives:

1.Graphs2.Combinations

3.Probability

GOAL 5 Objectives:1.Numeric and geometric

patterns2.Value of unknown in

number sentence

•About 2 hours long•Consists of calculator active and calculator inactive which will take place over two days•It’s important for students to show their work and check back over their work•Study Island (www.studyisland.com) is a great resource to prepare for the EOG

“A child who can’t read by the end of third grade is eight

times more likely to drop out of school.” ~

Kids Hope USA, 2008

GOAL 1 Objectives:1.Prefixes and suffixes2.Vocabulary3.Reference materials4.Independent reading

GOAL 2 Objectives:1.Sequence

2.Author’s purpose3.Cause and effect

4.Drawing conclusions5.Fact and opinion

6.Summarizing7.Main idea/supporting details

8.Figurative language9.Character and setting

10. Point of view

GOAL 3 Objectives:1.Respond to text

2.Discuss similarities and

differences3.Conduct

research

GOAL 5 Objectives:1.Grammar2.Spelling3.Write 2 or more focused paragraphs4.Cursive

. Increased Fluency. Increased Comprehension

• Approximately 2 ½ hours long

• 6 long passages, 2 short passages that includes fiction,

nonfiction, poems, and informational text

•Study Island is a great resource to prepare for the

EOG’s

GOAL 1 Objectives:1.Plant growth

2.Environmental effects

3.Life cycles4.Seeds

GOAL 2 Objectives:1.Characteristics of soil2.Parts of soil

GOAL 4 Objectives:1.Movement of Sun,

Moon, and Earth2.Stars

GOAL 4 Objectives:1.Purpose of bones

2.Types of joints3.How joints move

4.Muscles

GOAL 1 Objectives:1.Characteristics of responsible citizens2.Local, state, and national leaders3.Civic responsibility4.Holidays and cultural celebrations

GOAL 2 and 3 Objectives:1.Economic and social roles2.Analyze families in different communities and at different times3.Individuals changing communities

GOAL 4 Objectives:1.Maps and globes2.Physical environments

GOAL 5 Objectives:1.Scarcity2.Production, distribution, consumption3.Economic principals4.Division of labor

GOAL 7 Objectives:1.Local and global leaders2.Heroes in fiction

•Students are required to read at least 20 minutes each night•Students will have weekly spelling words to study and they will have activities to complete•Teachers may also assign an additional homework assignment throughout the week in order for students to practice a skill from class•Teachers may also assign a project for students to complete at home