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 8:10 – 8:45 1 st Hour/AR  8:46 – 10:062 nd Hour  10:09 – 11:293 rd Hour  11:32 – 12:504 th Elective/Lunch  12:52 – 2:135 th Hour  2:15 – 3:056.

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2  8:10 – 8:45 1 st Hour/AR  8:46 – 10:062 nd Hour  10:09 – 11:293 rd Hour  11:32 – 12:504 th Elective/Lunch  12:52 – 2:135 th Hour  2:15 – 3:056 th Hour (Soc. St.)

3  Students read for 35 minutes at the start of the day  Homeroom teachers set goals in the system  Homeroom teachers track progress toward goals  Percentage of goal is a test grade  New goal each quarter

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5  Interactive Notebook  Websites

6  Bell work (DMR = Daily Math Review)  Correct previous night’s homework and answer any questions.  Go over lesson together, take notes and do several examples.  Whiteboard practice (if applicable & time allows)  Independent practice in book (this is the time that I can work with small groups and/or individuals who need extra support and answer questions.)  If there is enough time at the end, I will let students start their homework with the remaining time.

7  Students should expect to have homework just about every night for math.  Homework will usually consist of a page from the practice workbook (front and back).  Homework is due the following day at the beginning of class.  Students correct their homework and have the opportunity to ask questions if there were problems that they didn’t understand.  Students will keep all of their math papers in their folder. Periodically I will have students empty folders into their portfolios.

8  If your child needs tutoring, you can me to set up appointments.  The only exception would be if I had a meeting that morning, but generally I will be available.

9  We love when students use technology, especially when they are trying to get help. We will respond to student s as long as the parents are CC’d on the original .  We want to make sure parents are aware that their students needed help, and we also want parents to be kept in the loop with teacher response.

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11  Integrated reading and writing genres  Narrative, Summary, Functional text, Poetry, Persuasive text, Research Writing  Real world communication skills with practical applications  Writing in the content areas  Write From the Beginning Based Writing  Novel units with project-based learning. (The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Golden Goblet, Walk Two Moons, Chasing Lincoln’s Killer, Holes, Harriet Tubman)

12  The Language of Literature  Books are online  Lit Circles  Based on reading ability  Cooperative Learning  Nightly Homework– read 30 minutes for AR  Writing assignments, unfinished classwork, and projects may also be homework.

13  Word Study › Vocabulary, spelling and grammar practice  Writing Assignments › Many will have to be finished for homework › AIMS Scoring rubric › Writing assignments correspond with reading assignments

14  Students should not carry more than they need.  Papers need to be organized in a binder or folder  Teachers have collected classroom supplies for students. Thanks !  Keep extra notebooks, paper and art supplies at home for homework assignments.

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16 1 st Quarter  Scientific Method  Measurement  Plants 2 nd Quarter  Body Systems 3 rd Quarter  Cells  Genetics  Diversity 4 th Quarter  Ecosystems  Environment

17  All homework assignments/test dates are posted on Mrs. Tomerlin’s website calendar  If class work is not completed it will then be homework. (determined by teacher)  Throughout the year projects will be assigned that are to be done outside of class time.

18  Required Parent Meeting July 31st › Chaperones need Volunteer Tier 3 qualification by December 20st. › Parent chaperones pay approximately $75 (not tax credit)  Cost › Approximately $150 for students which can be paid for using tax credit  Payments Due February, 27th  Can do a payment plan

19  The science books that are used will be available online to your student › -www.my.hrw.com  Also direct link on my teacher page under curriculum page › -each student is given a user name and password at the beginning of the year  If needed a copy can be given or ed upon request

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21  You must specify what you want the money used for. › EX:  Science Camp for ______ (name of student)  $200 Single  $400 Married

22 First Quarter:  Neolithic Period, Mesopotamia, Egypt Second Quarter:  India, China, Ancient Americas Third Quarter:  Greece, Rome, Byzantine Empire/Rise of Islam Fourth Quarter:  Africa, Middle Ages, Renaissance Focus: The Ancient World Text: History of Our World (Prentice Hall/Pearson)

23  All teachers have resources available online.  Link to Teacher Pages › Husd.org, Schools, Centennial, Teacher Pages Husd.org

24  Thank you for coming to Curriculum Night! We appreciate your support.


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