Presentation on theme: "Back to School 2014-2015 Dolphin Class Room 32. Mrs. Hammond ~ Long Island native, been teaching in Maryland public and private schools for eight years."— Presentation transcript:
Back to School Dolphin Class Room 32
Mrs. Hammond ~ Long Island native, been teaching in Maryland public and private schools for eight years. ~ BS. In Marine Biology, MS.Ed. In Childhood Education, Integrated Math, Science and Technology ~ Certified as Reading Specialist in MD, Reading Endorsed in FL. ~ Experienced in autism and autism-related disorders, gifted and ESE.
Mrs. Williams Mrs. Williams Came to Key West with her husband of nine years who serves in the Navy. Bachelor Degree in Education and Music and Associate Degree in Business Management. Mom of two daughters who attend Sigsbee! Completed requirements for FL Teaching Certificate in Early Education.
Reading60 minutes each day Writing60 minutes each day Word Study45 minutes, twice a week (and also embedded in Reading) Math60 minutes each day ScienceClassroom activities to supplement Science Lab Social StudiesEmbedded within reading, also Geography and map skills Content Areas:
Complete assignments in a timely manner. Arrive at school prepared and ready to learn. Treat one another with kindness- words, tone, actions. Always do their best work! Dolphins…
Homework will be sent home on a weekly basis. The week’s homework will be sent home on Friday, and collected on the following Friday. If homework is not completed, a note will be written in your child’s agenda. Students are to read each night for at least 30 minutes. Students should also be practicing their math facts. All work is to be neat!
Exceeds Expectations Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectations Meets Expectations Progressing Progressing Area of Concern Area of Concern
1.Inquiry and Tools 2.Study of The Universe 3.Study of the Earth 4.Study of the Sea 5.Simple Machines
When reading independently, students should choose books that are on their independent level. These are books they can read comfortably with VERY FEW errors. When reading independently, students should choose books that are on their independent level. These are books they can read comfortably with VERY FEW errors. Students become fluent readers by practicing fluent reading! Students become fluent readers by practicing fluent reading!
Anderson, Richard C., Wilson P.T., Fielding, L.G. Growth in Reading and how Children Spend Their Time Outside of School, 1988 Reading Research Quarterly, #23, pp
Students learn the technique and craft of writing: how to gather ideas, develop ideas, draft, revise, edit, and publish. Narrative Writing: tells a story and may be exaggerated and fabricated. Expository Writing: is a response that is based on facts and supported with details.
1.Mentor Texts 2.Mini-Lessons 3.Interactive Writing 4.Word Study 5.Work Time 6.Writing Conferences
Next Generation Math Standards! GoMath Common Core FL Crossroads Lessons
Addition and Subtraction Within 1,000 Represent and Interpret Data Understand Multiplication Multiplication Facts and Strategies Use Multiplication Facts Understand Division Division Facts and Strategies Understand Fractions Compare Fractions Time, Length, Liquid Volume, and Mass Perimeter and Area Two-Dimensional Shapes
Florida State Assessments: 3 rd Grade Math/Reading: March 23-April10, 2015 Will be paper-based for 3 rd graders this year. New Website: FSA
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