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1 third grade room 23 CLASSROOM AND ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS

2 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OUR CLASSROOM

3 MEET MISS SICCARDI

4 Brief notes Contact Form Mrs. Wyler Conferences, Reminder Slips Book Orders Online Volunteer (Field Trips, Parties, Art Docent, Science) Lunch, snacks Birthdays Office Sign-in Attendance (see school policy) Take Home folders

5 OUR SCHEDULE

6 Room 23 behavior expectations

7 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN Classroom discipline is the process of teaching a student the right and successful way to be a learner and a citizen. My goal is to promote independence!  Expectations are clear, created together  Expectations will be consistently enforced with clear consequences Warning / consequence cards Citizenship Reports, Letters  Focus on sharing my observations of their successes and my belief that they will succeed Star Tickets, Team Points, Team Leaders

8 CITIZENSHIP REPORT

9 HOMEWORK EXPECTATIONS Homework is due the next morning, unless noted otherwise. Homework not turned in will be completed at lunch recess the day it is due, and will be marked late. Parents role:  Remind students of homework (see planner, website)  Remind students to use resources in their math journal & math binder.  Provide support, as needed  Verify homework is done correctly and neatly  Note any specific struggles requiring more review

10 COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS “Every Washington public school student will graduate from high school globally competitive for work and postsecondary education and prepared for life in the 21 st century.” “By the school year , all Washington teachers will be responsible for teaching the new standards.”

11 CCSS RESOURCES FOR PARENTS

12 MATH AND CCSS Math Practices  I can solve problems without giving up  I can explain my thinking and try to understand others  I can use math tools and explain why I used them  I can use what I know to solve new problems  I can think about numbers in many ways  I can show my work in many ways  I can work carefully and check my work  I can solve problems by looking for rules & patterns

13 MATH homework FACT FLUENCY

14 MATH BINDER RESOURCES

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16 LITERACY  Reading text closely to find main ideas and supporting details, and writing about that evidence  Comparing 2 books on the same topic  Make sense of multisyllable words in books  Non-literal meaning of phrases (idioms)  Independent research projects  Writing stories with well-developed characters  Paragraph format  Dictionary use

17 READING ROAD

18 READING response EXPECTATIONS

19 SCIENCE

20 Quarter Progress Reports

21 Semester Report Card, pAGE 1 Same Behaviors That Promote Learning General Comments

22 Semester Report Card, page 2 ELA Comments Math Comments Growth

23 SCHOLASTIC RESOURCES

24 QUESTIONS?


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