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PreK Presentation


Jamie Goebel

on 19 January 2011

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Transcript of PreK Presentation

Core Knowledge E.D. Hirsch Professor at the University of Virginia What is Core Knowledge? Solid Sequenced Specific Shared Basic knowledge that lasts from one generation to the next! The basic principles of constitutional government
Important events of world history
Stories and poems passed down from generation to generation Knowledge builds on knowledge.
Children learn new knowledge by building on what they already know State Standards
"Students will demonstrate knowledge of people, events, ideas, and movements that contributed to the development of the United States." Clear, specific, important knowledge in all subjects.
"What do our children need to know?"
Commonly shared knowledge that binds the larger society together.
"Share the culture of the nation" What Will Your Kindergartener Learn? Poems Fables Stories Sayings Social Studies Science Visual Arts Music Physical Eduation Language & Literature Little Jack Horner The Hare and the Tortoise Math Reading Our Curriculum
Reading Mastery
Learn about this program
in April session "April Showers Bring May Flowers" "The Early Bird Gets the Worm" "It's Raining Cats and Dogs" Our Curriculum
Saxon Math Learn about our
Math Program next month Seven Continents Democracy Presidents Plants Seasons Human Body Magnetism Taking Care of the Earth Animals Growing Taking Care of Plants Weather Make a Snowflake Your Five Senses Taking Care of Your Body Taking Care of Pets Animals and their Young Lines Colors "Really Looking at Art" Sculptures and Monuments Moving Responsibly
to music Favorite Songs Singing Keeping to a Beat Fast vs. Slow LOUD vs quiet High vs. low "Hokey Pokey" "The Farmer in the Dell" "London Bridge is Falling Down" "Old McDonald" Physical Education Expectations Philosophy of Physical Education Curriculum Schedule
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