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Back to School Night Anne Scheiman 2 nd Grade Japanese Teacher
Scheiman-sensei Born and Raised in Tokyo, Japan 5 th year at Richmond 2 nd Grade Undergraduate Degree at Lewis and Clark College MAT at Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education Family: Fiancée- William (Wedding on 2/1/2015) Dog- TK
Communication -Home & School Connection -News letters will go home on the third Friday of the month. Student folders (every last Friday, finished and unfinished work) Email – email@example.com@pps.net Mrs.K and I would prefer to have meetings before school, but are available most days after school.
Homework Reading HW begins Oct. 9 th (Full HW starting Oct. 16th) Goes home every Thursday and is due back on Wednesday. We spend a LOT of time going over homework on Thursday and Friday. Goals- 1. Quality review/practice of material covered in class 2. Positive child/adult interaction 3. Know your child’s strengths and support the areas that need improvement. 4.Teaching responsibility
Homework (continued….) Oral reading material- this will need to be signed by an adult after the student reads twice. Response section will need to be filled out also. Writing activities will vary. If lost- request a new copy
Tutoring A great way for your child to receive one-on- one attention from a native Japanese speaker. If interested, please make arrangements directly with the intern, but please let me know if your child has a tutor. $10/30min Please note- Tutoring is not meant for homework.
Catch up and Choice “Ketchup” box Every Friday- “Catch up/ Choice time” Ketchup folder is emptied at the end of the month for a fresh start. Folder that goes home.
Expectations Reads 46 hiragana, combinations, variations accurately. 46 katakana, combinations, variations accurately by the end of 1 st QTR. Kanji (about 100) Grade level sentences fluently with comprehension. Writes Hiragana, katakana and kanji in correct stroke order. Grade level sentences with correct usage of hiragana, katakana and learned kanji letters.
Exectations Speaks Clearly and with appropriate volume. Tries to communicate in Japanese. Makes an effort to repeat Japanese. Listens To Japanese ATTENTIVELY.
Volunteering Volunteer list will be available outside the door after conferences. Volunteering may include working with small groups of students, reading to the class, clerical work, etc. Room Reps will help coordinate volunteers for classroom celebrations. (Valentine’s Day and End of year celebration)
THE END!!!!!! EXIT CARDS-Any remaining questions we were not able to answer: please fill out a notecard with your name, your child’s name, your email, and your questions. We will get back to you with an answer as soon as possible. You can sign up for October CONFERENCES outside Scheiman Sensei’s classroom. Some extra things we could use: On the whiteboard. Thank you and we look forward to an exciting year!