First Grade Curriculum Night 2003 -

First Grade Curriculum Night 2003 -

First First Grade Grade Curriculum Curriculum Night Night 2010 2010 September 27, 2010 6:15 6:55 P.M. Mrs. Janet Fulp Mrs. Beverly Hobson Class Expectations:

The 5 Bs Be Be Be Be Be Respectful Safe Prepared Kind a Thinker

Rewards and Consequences: Rewards Small Group: Table points Individual: pennies (2nd semester) Consequences Specials Schedule: 5 day rotation

Day Day Day Day Day 1: 2: 3: 4:

5: Media Music Computers Art PE Plus, we have Guidance with Mr. Schwartz every other Friday. Daily Schedule 8:20 9:20 Math

9:20-10:00 Encore 10:00 Snack 10:10 10:45 Teacher Directed Reading 10:45 11:15 Guided Reading 11:1512:00 Writing 12:06 12:36 Lunch 12:45 1:00 Working with Words 1:00 1:30 Recess 1:30 2:30 Science/Math extension 2:30 -2:45 Planners/Pack-up/read aloud

The Literacy Program Literacy Block: 1. Guided Reading Working in individualized groups 2. Phonics/ Writing Mini-Lessons/ Teacher Directed Reading 3. Self-Selected Reading (D.I.R.T) 4. Independent Writing 5. Spelling

Reading Program Determine Reading Level through Running Records and Retellings (comprehension) Teach small groups based on Instructional Reading Level Take home reading based on Independent Reading Level How you can help with reading at home Take home reading

independent reading level Make it ENJOYABLE! Prompt for strategies (bookmark) Put the work on the child COMPREHENSION authentic retelling discussion (retelling hand) Retelling Elements: Setting Characters (Development) Plot and Events

Problem / Solution Authors Purpose Connection Sound it out Before the Read Look at the pictures before reading the story. When your child is stuck, say: Look at the picture. What would make sense? (meaning)

Does that sound right? (grammar) Does that look right? (Do the letters match the word?) Read it again and get your mouth ready for the first sound. Look for a chunk you know? (groups of letters) Try something, and keep reading for more information. Reread the sentence. Writing

Types of writing covered in first grade: Observational and Recount/narrative Our writing program consists of: Writing journal Mini-lessons: 5-10 minutes

Rubrics are used to score writing! How you can help with writing at home High frequency words (known in a few seconds- flashcards, etc.) Authentic and engaging writing activities Grocery list Letters/emails Scrap booking Standard and Temporary Spelling

SPELLING Word families/HF words (word wall)/individual words Math Highlighted Topics: Number Sense Math Facts and Math Families Shapes Patterns Addition / subtraction concepts Time (analog and digital) / Calendar language Sort and classify objects Graphs (bar graphs, line plots, pie charts, etc.)

Math Assessments Quarterly Written Math Tests Performance Tasks Teacher Observations Level 1 Students performing at this level do not exhibit sufficient mastery of first grade knowledge and skills successfully to complete most assignments. Level 2

Students performing at this level demonstrate inconsistent mastery of knowledge and skills. Level 3 Students at this level consistently demonstrate mastery of grade level concepts and skills. Level 4 Students at this level consistently perform in a manner that is clearly beyond the grade-level requirements and expectations.

Homework Take Home Reading sign planners every night Spelling words will be listed in planner each week Math homework Home and School Communication: Planners/Behavior Log

Progress/Interim Reports Report Cards Conferences Talk to us! Miscellaneous: Field trips: November : Heritage Theater January : Childrens Theater March : Mrs. Hanes Cookie Factory April: Dan Nicholas Park

Two Classroom Parties- Santas Workshop & End of Year Celebration Birthday treats best at lunch! (please send treats of one type ) Questions and Answers Thank you for coming out tonight!

Mrs. Fulp and Mrs. Hobson

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