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1 Woodland Heights Enhancement Team Curriculum Night

2 Woodland Heights Elementary Art Program Sydney Jokubaitis Mission Statement To excel in creative skills for excellent art through encouragement, cooperation, hard work, and fun!

3 The Basics of Art Elements of Art Line Shape Color Texture Value Form Space Principles Emphasis Balance Harmony Variety Movement Rhythm Proportion Unity

4 Elements of Art Students base their work on the Elements of Art as they would do as a professional artist.

5 Element of Line Students use line to create movement and form.

6 Element of Shape Shapes are used to create images. Here they use shape as positive and negative space.

7 Element of Form Students create form in a variety of ways. Here they use clay to make a three dimensional mask.

8 Media Students at WHES use a wide variety of media to create their artwork.

9 Crayon Resist Crayon Resist uses crayons for texture and then water color paint is used to add a layer of color

10 Clay The entire school will enjoy the clay project we will create now that we have a kiln. A slab roller will be a nice addition to our clay program.

11 Colored Pencil We use a variety of tools in the art room to create our masterpieces. Colored pencil is one of them.

12 Cut Paper Shapes are cut from paper to form different types of line from zigzag to curves.

13 Right Now in Art Class Students are creating unique masks through hand build techniques. Here a student has taken a slab of clay and is beginning to design her project.

14 Welcome to the WHE Media Center Mrs. Jane B. Hudson Media Coordinator

15 Mission Statement We visit the media center to find books and other materials that will help us improve our reading skills, gain knowledge, and have fun. When we are in the media center, we should be good listeners, follow the rules, and show respect to the people and resources.

16 Information Skills Curriculum The activities and lessons that I plan for the students are aligned with the North Carolina Standard Course of Study Information Skills Curriculum. The curriculum can be accessed at cos/

17 Destiny The Iredell-Statesville Schools recently purchased the computer program Destiny for the school media centers. This new program is web-based and there will soon be a link on the district web page. Teachers, students, and parents will be able to use the Destiny Library Search from home. Destiny uses the students NC Wise Number for book checkout.

18 Strategic Goals for the Media Center Students will become information literate. Students will develop the ability to locate information as well as evaluate the usefulness of the sources. Students will recognize information in a variety of formats such as (print, graphical, audio, video, multimedia, electronic and web-based.) Students will participate in a variety of reading experiences.

19 Research Strategies In today’s world of information, it is important that students have strong research skills. In the media center, we use The Big 6 research model.

20 Online Resources NC WiseOwl provides encyclopedias, atlases, magazines, websites, and a variety of research tools. WorldBook Online We provide students with a user name and password for these resources.

21 Reading Programs Elementary Battle of the Books A reading competition that is open to 4 th and 5 th grade students that might like to try out for the team. The reading list is available on Mrs. Hudson’s staff web page. Iredell-Statesville Elementary Battle of the Books 2008 Champions!!!

22 Accelerated Reader Program Accelerated Reader is a computer program that allows students to take tests on books they have read and earn points. You can learn more information at the AR Home Connect page located at https://Hosted26.renlearn.com/42867/HomeConnect/ Login.aspx You can find out if a certain book is AR at the AR Book Find at

23 Annual Book Fairs The PTO sponsors a fall and spring book fair. These two events provide the much-needed funds for books and materials that support the operation of our media center. Thank you for your support of our yearly book fairs. The fall book fair is going on through this Friday at noon.

24 Music-Julie Baur National Standards for Music 1. The learner will sing alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music 2. The learner will play on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music. 3. The learner will improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments. 4. The learner will compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

25 Music- Julie Baur 5. The learner will read and notate music. 6. The learner will listen to, analyze, and describe music. 7. The learner will evaluate music and music performances. 8. The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. 9. The learner will understand music in relation to history and culture.

26 Performing Groups at WHES Beginning Chorus Advanced Chorus Drumming Hawks Dance Team

27 Technology Marion McClure Mission Statement Technology class helps us to learn how to use computers every day in lots of ways. Our goal is to have fun and learn to be safe with computers. By fifth grade we will be able to use Word Processing, Multimedia, Databases, Spreadsheets, and the Internet better than our parents.

28 Objectives by Quarters 1 st Nine Wks. –Word Processing and Typing Skills 2 nd Nine Wks- Multimedia and PowerPoint projects 3 rd Nine Wks- Databases and Spreadsheets (graphing and sorting) 4 th Nine Wks- Internet Research and Safety

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30 Kindergarten Starfall Reading

31 WHES Technology 1 classroom set of Dell Latitude D510 laptops 1 lab for checkout use of IBM Thinkpad r52s. Most classrooms have 2 student IBM PCs Media Projectors and Laptops available for checkout to teachers.

32 McClure Responsibilities Technology Instructor for all 6 grades Maintain all computers (200) and printers (60) at WHES (work orders and routing maintenance) Webmaster

33 WOODLAND HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

34 TEACHERS MONIKA WOODRUFF ELLEN CLINE (KRISTA KERLEY) PAM ELLIOTT CAROL DORSETT (assistant)

35 MISSION STATEMENT Our mission in Physical Education is to learn how to exercise our bodies so that we can maintain a level of fitness that will enable us to live a long and healthy life. In doing so, we want to play hard, play fair, be safe and have fun.

36 Physical Education every other day for 45 minutes

37 PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM NCSCOS NASPE HEALTHFUL LIVING CURRICULUM K-5 SPARK HOPSPORTS FITNESSGRAM

38 SPARK SPORTS PLAY AND ACTIVE RECREATION FOR KIDS Our Mission: "SPARK is a research-based organization dedicated to creating, implementing, and evaluating programs that promote lifelong wellness.”

39 HOPSPorts Technology Based Physical Education Supplemental Tool for Teaching Fitness Sports Skills Hip Hop Dance Martial Arts Swimming

40 FITNESSGRAM 5 FITNESS COMPONENTS 1.Aerobic Capacity 2.Muscular Strength 3.Muscular Endurance 4.Flexibility 5.Body Composition

41 FITNESSGRAM TEST ITEMS PACER PUSH-UP CURL-UPS BACK SAVER SIT AND REACH TRUNK LIFT BMI (HEIGHT AND WEIGHT)

42 CLASS DESIGN ASAP FOCUS ON FITNESS SPOTLIGHT ON SKILLS

43 CLASSROOM PROTOCOL AND PROCEDURES COGNITIVELY BASED FOCUS ON 7 CONTINENTS

44 Home Base Personal Space Relax Huddle Stand Up Scatter Sit Down

45 ISS Strategic Plan Goal FITNESSGRAM Results Grades 5,7,9 30% were in a HEALTHY FITNESS ZONE (ISS) 61% of 5 TH WHES in HFZ

46 2009 GOAL FOR Grades 5,7,9 35% in a HEALTHY FITNESS ZONE (ISS) 65% for WHES

47 Woodland Heights Enhancements Thank you!!!!!!!


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