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To Fourth Grade At Southeast Elementary

Classroom Teacher- Patti Long, Site Principal-Lindy Risenhoover Building Principal-Lynette Talkington

Common Core Oklahoma Academic Standards Jenks Curricula Continua Primary Teaching Tools

Reading The Comprehension Toolkit *Focuses on “Reading as Thinking” *Builds key thinking strategies for increased comprehension *Supports time for shared reading, guided reading groups, small groups, independent reading, and collaborative discussions. *Students read a variety of genres. *Matches students with “just right” reading texts. C – Comprehension A- Articulation F- Fluency E-Expanding vocab “Reading Minutes” Reading Responses

Mathematics Everyday Mathematics *Emphasizes conceptual understanding while building a mastery of basic skills. *Relates math to real life situations. *Hands-on activities *Practice through Games *Cooperative learning through partner and small-group activities *Home and School partnership www.everydaymathonline.com

Everyday Mathematics Units of Study Units First Semester Unit 1 Unit 1a: Content Standard: Develop understanding of number & operations in base 10  Demonstrate competence generalizing place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers (Standards 1, 2, 3) Unit 1b: Content Standard: Develop understanding in operations & algebraic thinking  Demonstrate competence using the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems (Standards 1 & 2)  Demonstrate competence gaining familiarity with factors & multiples (Standard 4) Unit 1c: Content Standard: Develop understanding of number & operations in base 10  Demonstrate competence using place value understanding & properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic (Standards 4, 5, 6) Unit 1d: Content Standard: Develop understanding in operations & algebraic thinking  Demonstrate competence generating & analyzing patterns (Standard 5)  Demonstrate competence using the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems (Standard 3) Unit 2 Content Standard: Develop understanding in measurement & data  Demonstrate competence solving problems involving measurement & conversion of measurements from a larger unit to a smaller unit. (Standards 1, 2, 3)  Demonstrate competence representing and interpreting data (Standard 4)

Everyday Mathematics Units of Study Second Semester Unit 3 Unit 3a: Content Standard: Develop understanding of number & operations with fractions  Demonstrate competence understanding decimal notation for fractions & comparing decimal fractions (Standards 5, 6, 7) Unit 3b: Content Standard: Develop understanding of number & operations with fractions  Demonstrate competence extending understanding of fraction equivalence & ordering (Standards 1, 2) Unit 3c: Content Standard: Develop understanding of number & operations with fractions  Demonstrate competence building fractions from unit fractions by applying & extending previous understandings of operations on whole numbers (Standards 3, 4) Unit 4 Content Standard: Develop understanding in geometry  Demonstrate competence drawing & identifying lines & angles, & classifying shapes by properties of their lines & angles (Standards 1, 2, 3) Content Standard: Develop understanding in measurement & data  Demonstrate competence in geometric measurement i.e., understanding concepts of angle and angle measurement (Standards 5, 6, 7)

Science and Technology for Children: *Students make their own discoveries *Knowledge is actively constructed by the learner *Hand-on *Scientific reasoning skills *Units of Study -Animal Studies -Electric Circuits -Motion Science and Health Harcourt Health Focus *Safety *Healthy-Habits *Decision-Making Skills *Interpersonal Skills

TCI The Pre-K- Twelfth grade social studies curriculum is to develop responsible, action-oriented citizens with a personal, global, and historical understanding of cultural diversity and community. Regions of the U.S. Related to Westward Expansion NE, SE, MW, SE, W Explorers Geography States and capitals – on a map Social Studies

Character Education *Compassion *Honesty/Integrity *Respect *Self-Discipline *Courage *Perseverance *Responsibility/Accountability *Team Work Character Education & Tribes Tribes *Attentive Listening *Appreciation/No Put Downs *Right to Pass *Mutual Respect *Safety

Write Source Writing: Process of writing Process of writing Forms of writing Forms of writing Tools of learning Tools of learning Proofreader’s guide Proofreader’s guide Grammar/editing Grammar/editing Word Work: Word groups Word groups Pretesting Pretesting Word hunt/sorts/usage Word hunt/sorts/usage Language Arts Additional Resources and Experiences: Communicating through writing Communicating through writing Personal narratives Personal narratives Poetry Forms Poetry Forms Figurative language Figurative language Story writing Story writing Expository writing Expository writing Compositions Compositions Letter writing Letter writing Writer’s Workshop & Writing Crafts Writer’s Workshop & Writing Crafts Writing Process Writing Process Pre-writing Pre-writing Drafting Drafting Editing/revising Editing/revising Publishing Publishing Zaner Bloser Cursive Writing Zaner Bloser Cursive Writing

When responding to an adult, you must answer by saying, “Yes Ma’am,” or “No Sir.” Make eye contact. Congratulate classmates. During discussions, respect other students’ comments, opinions, and ideas. If you do well or win, do not brag. If you lose, do not show anger. Always say thank you when someone gives you something. Surprise others by performing random acts of kindness. Do not ask for rewards. Homework will be turned in each day when it is due by every student with no exceptions or excuses. Subject transitions will be swift, quiet, and orderly. Fourth Grade Essential 20 Be as organized as possible. When work is assigned, do not moan or complain. Obey rules with substitutes the same as you do with me. Do not save seats in the lunchroom. When in line, keep hands to yourself and move quietly. Be positive and enjoy life! Accept that you will make mistakes. Learn from them and move on. No matter what, be HONEST! Carpe Diem! Seize the Day! Be the very best person you can be.

Integrated into the daily routine… *Information Retrieval *Student Productivity *Problem Solving *Decision Making *Communication & Collaboration *Lesson Delivery *Keyboarding and Use of Technology grades Technology

Student Goals *Love of Learning *Independent *Responsible *Compassionate *Resourceful *Flexible *Knowledgeable Goals Teacher Goals *Support and Nurture *Develop Talents *Meet Individual Needs *Integrate Learning Styles *Connect Curriculum to the Real-World *Challenge and Grow *Partner with Parents

On time – next day late (unless absent – child’s responsibility to ask) Redo it – corrected score New Report Card - math strands Scale: 3- 85%-100, 2-85%-70%, 1-69% & below

Lunch: 12:35-1:15 (Please sign in if you are eating with your child.) Specials: 2:45-3:30 (call office if the “going home” plan changes) Operation Aware – Jan. Leadership Lunch – Mrs. Berkinshaw Junior Achievement – 2 nd sem 8 weeks

Homework/Baby Binder/Agenda – initial, if necessary Homework/Baby Binder/Agenda – initial, if necessary Reading time – Response due Monday Reading time – Response due Monday Learning Logs/Big Binder Learning Logs/Big Binder Homework Problem Solving: “I left my homework at school!” (“Hmmm, how can you fix that?”) “I left my homework at school!” (“Hmmm, how can you fix that?”) Ideas – call a friend, get to school early, do part Ideas – call a friend, get to school early, do part Places for hw: “In your hand or in your backpack.” Places for hw: “In your hand or in your backpack.”

Two Way Communication Emails Notes Phone Calls Conferences

Rose Hill School, Perry, OK – Nov. 6 A day in a 1910 schoolroom “Authentic” dress and lunch “Authentic” dress and lunch Very small classroom – 2 parents- lottery for those slots Very small classroom – 2 parents- lottery for those slots OKC – Capitol and History Museum – Spring Guests welcome – meet us there Guests welcome – meet us there Bring lunch Bring lunch

Things you can volunteer for include…

School Phone Number: 299-4415 ext. 5800 Classroom Phone Number: 299-4415 ext. 6852 E-mail Address: patti.long@jenksps.org Website: www.jenksps.org --southeast elementary—staff webpages

THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE TONIGHT!!! Leave a “high five” for your child Pick up test scores Back to School

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