3 Mrs. Annie DeKlyenContact info:(best way!!)or leave me a phone message
4 Daily Schedule 1 hour early release 1:50 8:20 Bell Rings 8:20-8:35 Organize, get ready for the day8:30 School Begins8:35-9:00 Math Focus Wall (Calendar)9:00-9:50 Math9:50-10: Snack10:00-10:15 RECESS10:30-12:00 Literacy Block12:10-12:40 Lunch12:40-1: Writing1:40-2:15 Science, Social Studies, Thematic Study2:15-2:30 Optional Recess2:30-2:50 Clean up/Daily News/Sharing2:50 DismissalNote: Monday 12:50-2:10 Music and PEWednesday 12:50-1:30 DanceThursday 12:50-1:30 ComputerFriday 12:50-2:10 Art and Library1 hour early release1:50
5 Read WellRead Well is a 38 unit program designed for flexible use with children of varied needs. Read Well is appropriate for beginning readers and children who are not fluent second grade readers.Students progress through each unit at a pace appropriate to their development.Read Well includes instruction and practice in…The alphabet, Phonemic Awareness, Letter-Sound Relationships, Blending, Irregular words, Multi-syllable words, Fully decodable passage reading, Integrated spelling, Integrated writing, Integrated Handwriting
6 What is Guided Reading?Guided Reading is an approach that enables a teacher and a small group of children to think about, talk about, and read a book together for a specific purpose. The teacher guides the group in reading through a story that the children will later read independently. Monitoring and evaluating progress are done during this reading. The material to be read is selected based on the individual needs of each child. At the emergent reader level, many of the guided reading books contain just a few words on each page, have pictures that match the text, contain fewer sentences, use simple language patterns, and have many easy sight words. Gradually, these reading supports decrease.
7 WritingChildren will have numerous opportunities to practice writing in the classroom. This further reinforces what they have learned in shared and guided reading. They are using the skills of reading to produce writing (sounding out words, sight words, and reading what they have written).Examples of how writing is used in the classroom: Guided writing, Quick writes, Class Books, Journals
8 D.L.P DLP (daily language practice): • punctuation at the end of the sentences• capitalization of initial sentence words, I, and names• use of quotation marks and commas
9 enVision Math Scope & Sequence (K) Topic 6: Numbers to 100Topic 1: Understanding AdditionTopic 2: Understanding SubtractionTopic 3: Five and Ten RelationshipsTopic 4: Addition and Subtraction facts to 12Topic 5: Addition facts to 20Topic 6: Subtraction facts to 20Topic 7: Counting and number patterns to 120Topic 8: Tens and onesTopic 9: Comparing and ordering numbers to 100Topic 10: Adding with tens and onesTopic 11: Subtracting with tens and onesTopic 12: LengthTopic 13: TimeTopic 14: Using data to answer questionsTopic 15: GeometryTopic 16: Fractions and shapes
10 enVision MathenVision Math BrochureResearch Validation
11 100 First Grade Spelling Words a, the, and, I, to, was, my, of, we, he, it, they, would, is, in, have, that, for, you, she, be, on, but, when, me, like, then, were, all, go, get, there, with, had, are, so, went, up, at, said, them, if, her, one, because, do, school, got, his, about, day, out, him, will, not, people, make, could, or, can, very, play, some, what, this, time, home, going, good, as, down, their, house, back, charge, came, from, friends, too, other, after, don’t, our, no, just, has, lot, fun, things, by, little, know, want, saw, friend, did, more, see, big, us.
12 SpellingWe will soon begin a more formal spelling program. Since the purpose of learning to spell is to assist in communication, spelling is used within a context. Therefore, tests are not administered as lists. Spelling patterns have been taught (in Read Well and Write Well) and extended. The use of these words in writing, and the 100 words for first grade, is the skill to be accomplished. Fridays, a short Dictation Story will be given sentence by sentence. The children write each sentence the best way they can.
13 Grades1 = DevelopingLittle progress toward grade level expectations. Meets few or no grade level expectations.Example: Work was not completed. If assignment was attempted, it was done carelessly. Handwriting was done quickly and the student made little effort to try and write neatly. No details were put in drawings and the background was not colored in. Coloring was completed quickly and not neatly. One or two colors were used. The quality of work was unsatisfactory.
14 Grades2= BasicProgressing toward grade level expectations. Meets some grade level expectations.Example: The assignments were done quickly and little effort was made. Handwriting was completed, but without being careful. Details are lacking in drawings and the background was partially completed or not done. Coloring was done quickly and not neatly. Very few colors were used in the illustrations.
15 Grades 3= Proficient Consistently meets grade level expectations. Example: Assignments were completed. Overall, the quality of work is good. Care was taken to complete assignments according to the directions given. Handwriting is neat and letters are formed carefully. Drawings are full of details and the background is colored in. Many colors were used in the illustrations.
16 Grades4= AdvancedConsistently performs above grade level expectations.Example: Assignments were done on time. The quality of work is outstanding. Attention was paid to all parts of the assignments. Handwriting is very neat and letters were formed very carefully. Drawings were full of details and great care was used in coloring. Background was colored in and many colors were used in the illustration. Student did above what was expected and used their time very productively.
17 Housekeeping Homework: reading and math daily Classroom Management—We follow the 5 Chinook Guidelines (see handout)Snack – One, small healthy snack. Water bottles ok.Lunch- please make sure your child knows their plan! Money, send in blue folder with your child’s name and lunch #Communication Home and School – Monthly newsletter, website, Blue Chinook foldersEntrance/exits always take place at the outside classroom doorBirthday treats- Please no edible food. Other suggestions are pencils, stickers, class book, etc. Ask me with questions. **Birthday books**Scholastic Book Orders: online, new ordering system, code: J6PFJRead-and-Lead: monthly reading calendarPTSA/Payback BooksBox Tops/ Campbell’s LabelsField Trip: Pomeroy Farm, Thursday October 6th, 10:00 amVolunteers: please plan to sign up at conferences, must be cleared through officeConference Dates –Thurs 10/20 8am-8pm, Fri 10/21 8am -12pm