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Welcome to Meet the Teacher Night!
Transcript of Welcome to Meet the Teacher Night!
Spelling tests will be given every week on a Friday once we begin spelling.
Tests will be sent home and parents are encouraged to sign it and return the test to school.
State Test Dates
ELA: 4/2 - 4/3
Math: 5/1 - 5/2
Science: 5/29 & 6/3
Welcome to Class 4-P
Please sign in at the side table.
There is a Sign Up sheet for Parent Teacher Conferences. Please be sure to select an appointment.
Then please get the folder with your student's name on it from the back table.
4th Grade Goals
Prepare students for middle school
Develop Personal Responsibility
Reinforce Organization Skills
: Practice the multiplication facts.
Module 1: Place Value, Rounding, and Algorithms for Addition and Subtraction
Module 2: Unit Conversions and Problem Solving with Metric Measurement
Module 3: Multi-Digit Multiplication and Division
Module 4: Angle Measure and Plane Figures
Module 5: Fraction Equivalence, Ordering, and Operations
Module 6: Decimal Fractions
Module 7: Exploring Measurement with Multiplication
Students are expected to read and understand more and more complex texts.
We encourage students to always use text evidence to support any ideas they may have about their reading. If you ask your students questions at home about their reading, you can ask them, "What in the text makes you think that?"
The school wide policy for birthdays has changed. As mentioned in the summer mailing that went home, students will receive a homework pass on their birthday and have their name posted on a bulletin board outside the GP room. Food will no longer be permitted for birthday celebrations.
1) Ms. Turner drove 825 miles in March. She drove 3 times as many miles in March as she did in January.
She drove 4 times as many miles in February as she did in January. What was the total number of miles Ms. Turner drove in February?
2) A group of 6 people at an elementary school gave a total of $1,890 to a town to fix up a playground. Each person gave the same amount. At a middle school, 5 people each gave $280 to the same town.
How much more did each person at the elementary school give than each person at the middle school?
Show your work.
ELA questions - shift from answers that are "right there" to questions that extend BEYOND the text.
Instead of "What is the setting of the story?", students must answer questions like this...
Education is a Balance
We want to prepare kids with the skills they need for the ever changing demands of our society, but also foster and nurture the love of learning. My goal is to strike a balance between the two, so that every child feels confident moving forward in their academic careers, while harboring a passion for knowledge
One page will be assigned for homework. However, if you would like to do more with your child, you can do any page that says "homework" on the top for that lesson.
If you didn't already sign up for a conference time at the side table, please do so before you leave. If you sign up for a particular day, I will do my best to give you that day. However, the times are not guaranteed.
Thank you so very much!
The main goal for students is to develop a reading habit. Ideally, by the time fourth grade is over, students will know themselves better as readers. They will know what genres they like and what genres may be a bit more tricky. However, they will have accrued strategies to overcome the challenges of any text.
Students are encouraged to read at least 20 minutes a night. They are to log this reading and a parent is expected to sign the reading log.
UNIT 1: Interpreting Characters: The Heart of the Story
UNIT 2: Reading the Weather, Reading the World: Purposeful Reading of Nonfiction
UNIT 3: Reading History: The American Revolution
UNIT 4: Historical Fiction Clubs
ELA Module Love That Dog: Poetry
Unit 1: Narrative Writing (Realistic Fiction)
Unit 2: Persuasive Writing
Unit 3: Informational Writing
(The American Revolution)