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1 Curriculu m Night Program of Accelerated Curriculum & Enrichment: Math & Reading Mrs. Bero Room 1300

2 Education  Glenbard South  Quincy University  National Louis University

3  The goal of the PACE Program is to meet the unique needs of intellectually and academically gifted students. Using State of Illinois guidelines and District 200 criteria, students are identified to participate in the PACE Program, which offers daily instruction in mathematics and/or reading to students in grades three, four, and five.

4 Mathematical Domains  The PACE math program is academically rigorous and includes compacting grade- level concepts as well as providing math enrichment and acceleration. The curriculum aligns with the Common Core State Standards.  Operations and Algebraic Thinking  Number and Operations in Base 10  Measurement and Data  Geometry  Number and Operations- -Fractions  Ratio and Proportional Relationships (grade 5)  Expressions and Equations (gr. 5)  Number Systems (gr. 5)

5 Balanced Literacy Approach  The PACE reading program is academically rigorous and includes compacting grade- level concepts as well as providing enrichment and acceleration. A special emphasis is placed on critical and creative thinking. A list of core novels for each grade level/theme may be obtained from the PACE Office and each school’s PACE specialist. The curriculum is aligned Common Core ELA standards.  PACE teacher will collaborate with homeroom/classroom teachers on instruction and projects  Comprehension  Vocabulary  Word Study  Writing in Response to Reading  Fluency All covered in the reading framework of shared reading, guided reading, and monitored independent reading

6  Kids at Work  The Just So Stories  The Fledgling  Mrs. Frisby & Rats of NIMH  The Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler  Morning Girl  Poetry Unit

7  Esperanza Rising  Black Beauty  A Wrinkle in Time  Lincoln: A Photo biography  The House of Dies Drear  Phantom Tollbooth  Civil War Unit  Poetry Unit

8  Bull Run  The Westing Game  The Hobbit  Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry  Under a Worn-torn Sky  The View from Saturday  World War II Unit  Biography Research Project-coincides with wax museum  Greek Mythology  William Shakespeare Unit

9 TextPurpose  Primarily Instructional Level  Fiction & Non-fiction  Provide support and scaffolding to assist with student understanding and practice of instructional text  Notice, teach, and support reading strategies and skills  Use discussion to support understanding and clarification  Increase vocabulary  Nurture independence and enjoyment of reading

10 StudentTeacher  Follow classroom rules  Preserver through challenge  Hand in quality homework consistently  Come to class prepared  Share thinking  Listen to others thinking  Produce high quality work  Build relationships  Provide safe environment  Teach Common Core & ELA curriculums  Teach with enthusiasm  Give timely feedback to students  Communicate  Professional Development

11 Whole Group  Voice Levels  PACE Rules, Guidelines, Goals  Classroom jobs- monitor  GIDC Individual  Tickets- Friday Raffle Prizes  Monthly lunch with Mrs. Bero- Incentive  Birthday pencil-no HW

12 Math- 60 Minutes  5 min.- greet, assignments (hand in or return), the day’s homework recorded  15 min- teacher lead lesson  15 min.- partner practice  20 min. – group discussion/sharing  5 min.- explain homework Reading- 30 Minutes  5 min.- greet, assignments, record the days homework  10 min.- Lesson or Discussion on reading  15 min.- skill practice or guided reading

13  Daily homework  Due back the following day  min.  5 th grade Brainteasers

14  Homework Portfolios- check daily  Assignment notebooks- check daily  Build Responsibility and indepencence

15 Homework Classwork/Assessments/Report Card 0 Not turned in - Needs improvement Meets expectations + Above expectations I- Independent S- With support N- Not yet evident PACE Math- report card insert from PACE teacher PACE Reading- report card from classroom teacher with input from PACE teacher

16  – is best  Phone  Deanna Bero webpage on Lincoln’s website  Monthly newsletters  Links to active internet sites for practice of skills  Photos

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