Presentation on theme: "Oh, The Places You’ll Go! Curriculum Night 2013—Moore magnet elementary Setting Goals for a Successful 2013-2014 School Year!"— Presentation transcript:
1 Oh, The Places You’ll Go!Curriculum Night 2013—Moore magnet elementarySetting Goals for a Successful School Year!
2 Our Daily Schedule Specials Schedule First Quarter Day 1 Art Day 4 PE 8:35-8:50 Unpack/Morning Work8:50-10:30 Language Arts10:30-10:35 Snack10:35-11:50 Math11:50-12:20 Recess12:20-12:50 Lunch12:50-1:15 I/E Time1:15-1:35 Language Arts1:40-2:20 Specials2:20-3:05 Science/Social Studies3:05-3:15 Pack Up/DismissalSpecials Schedule First QuarterDay 1 Art Day 4 PEDay2 Music Day5 MediaDay3 Media Explorer Day 6 Technology
3 PBIS: Our Behavior Plan SafeMaking good choicesAccepting responsibilityRespecting myself and othersTrying my best
4 Classroom expectations Follow directions the first time they are given.Be in your seat and ready to work when the bell rings.Raise your hand to speak and wait to be called on.Turn in all assignments on time.Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.Classroom expectations
5 Classroom Expectations Completing Homework assignmentsApplying Problem solving strategiesReading chapter books and nonfictionArriving to class preparedTaking Responsibility
6 Classroom Consequences Laps at recessSilent lunchBehavior plansBehavior forms to be completed and signedTime out in another classroomSeat changesClassroom Consequences
7 Skills that we need to meet our goals Fourth GradeMajor ClustersSupporting/Additional ClustersOperations and Algebraic ThinkingUse the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems.Number and Operations in Base TenGeneralize place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers.Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.Number and Operations—FractionsExtend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering.Build fractions from unit fractions by applying and extending previous understandings of operations on whole numbers.Understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions.Gain familiarity with factors and multiples.Generate and analyze patterns.Measurement and DataSolve problems involving measurement and conversion of measurements from a larger unit to a smaller unit.Represent and interpret data.Geometric measurement: understand concepts of angle and measure angles.GeometryDraw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.Skills that we need to meet our goalsCurriculum Skills to Help UsMeet Our Goals
8 Skills that we need to meet our goals ScienceEssential Standards for 1st & 2nd Quarter:*Animal Adaptation*Ecosystems*Food and Nutrition*Phases of the moon*FossilsEssential Standards for 3rd and 4th Quarter:*Rocks and Minerals*Forces and Motion*Magnetism*Light Reflection*ElectricitySkills that we need to meet our goalsCurriculum Skills to Help UsMeet Our Goals
9 Skills that we need to meet our goals Social StudiesNative AmericansRevolutionCivil WarNorth Carolina HistoryNorth Carolina SymbolsNorth Carolina GeographyEconomicsGovernmentFinancial LiteracySkills that we need to meet our goalsCurriculum Skills to Help UsMeet Our Goals
10 Skills that we need to meet our goals ReadingUnit 1 Structural elements of poems and prose (details, theme, main idea, figurative language)Unit 2 Use details to describe characters, setting, and events. Compare and contrast. Interpret graphs, charts, timelines, etc.Unit 3 Making inferences, studying mythology, point of view, overall structure, compare and contrast same event or topic.Unit 4 Use content areas to study main idea and details. Compare literature from other cultures. Technical texts.Unit 5 Themes in literature. In depth study of character, setting, or events. Refer to specific details to make inferences.Skills that we need to meet our goalsCurriculum Skills to Help UsMeet Our Goals
11 Our Classroom Homework Policy Spelling: We will begin spelling next week. The list will be sent on Friday and pasted in the planner. Homework will be due the following Friday. Parent signatures are requested on list in planner please.Reading: minutes to achieve a chapter book and nonfiction each monthMath: Nightly review of topicscovered. Please practice multiplication facts and measure facts
12 Grading PoliciesWe have switched to a new on line grading system called PowerSchool. We will be live soon soon.We use the seven point scale for grading:= A = B = C = D Below that is an FMath Homework: If the student has the homework completed a 100 is given. If it is not turned in it is a zero. We correct in class.
13 Oh the places they’ll go…with help from parents like you! Parents are a valuable resource for each student!Supervision of homework is important.Be sure your child is reading nightly.Review the Tuesday packet and discuss work samples with your child.Contact me for anything-no matter how large or small and I will help you.Always ask “What did you learn today?”Oh the places they’ll go…with help from parents like you!Oh, The Places They’ll Go withSupport from Parents Like YOU!
14 All photos/clipart used from bing images Thanks for Coming!All photos/clipart used from bing images