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Curriculum Night Presentation

The information you need to know as a parent in order to help your child have a successful year in the fifth grade.
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Josh Frank

on 18 September 2015

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Transcript of Curriculum Night Presentation

If you have a specific concern regarding your child, I will be happy to schedule an appointment so that I can devote my full attention to you and your family.
Welcome to curriculum night
my background
the classroom
the curriculum
homework
expectations
BA, Middlebury College
Teaching Credential, Western Washington University
Master of Education, City University
The Ridgecrest Way:
Respect
Responsibility
Kindness
Safety
An emphasis on collaborative learning and accountability.
Social Studies:
Native Americans of the Northwest
Native American regions of the United States
Geography and Mapping Skills
Science:
Reading:
Writer's Workshop:
Teaching the writer, not the writing
A focus on the 6 traits of writing across four genres over the course of the year
Common Core State Standards:
enVision Math : Common Core
District Assessments:
EasyCBM - Math (3x per year)
SRI - Reading Comprehension (4x per year)
Dibels - Reading Fluency (fall)
Core Phonics - (fall only for most students)

Math Facts
Family Reads
Communication Cards
(C-Cards)
Math practice
20 minutes of at
home Reading
My Role:
Enthusiasm, honesty, timely return of work and correspondence
Bi-weekly Letters Home
Open door policy
I believe that all kids learn differently. I work hard to ensure that every student has the opportunity to feel successful while being held accountable for their learning.
*sent home via email
Ask me anything. Feel free to call any time I am not teaching.
Encourage your student to speak to me directly about worries, questions, etc.
Your Role:
Stay Involved:
Check your child's homework.
Visit Us:
Please sign up for conferences and fill out a volunteer form if you are interested.
Teamwork
: Let's work together to ensure that your child gets the best education possible.
Josh Frank
Third Grade
joshua.frank@shorelineschools.org

206-393-1512

Physical Science
Sound
Rocks and Minerals

Life Sciences
Experiments with Plants

Our Daily Literacy Block
Wonders

Reading
Curriculum:
Close reading of complex text
Analysis of fiction and nonfiction with an emphasis on finding specific evidence to support thinking.
Foundational skills of phonics, vocabulary, spelling, and word study.

Sustained opportunities to practice key reading skills through independent reading, journaling, literature studies and shared reading experiences
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Welcome! As we wait to get started, please feel free to write your child a short note on the blank paper, or fill out the GREEN parent input form. Conference and Volunteer sign-ups are available on the back table.
Ridgecrest Rams of Room 12!
Introduce a topic or text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which ideas are
logically
grouped to support the writer’s purpose.
Introduce a topic or text
clearly
, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which
related ideas are grouped to support the writer’s purpose
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Introduce the topic or text they are writing about, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure that lists reasons.
4th Grade
5th Grade
3rd Grade
New learning standards built upon what students need to know when they enter university and the workplace.
What does this mean to our school and community?
1. Greater rigor for our students.
2. More descriptive and measurable learning goals.
3. A clear direction for students who are ready to reach for higher levels.
Writing example:
Monday - Thursday
Emily, Torin,
Haana and Nusa
Friendly Letters
Personal Narrative
Informational Text
Argumentative Text
Common Core State Standards' Smarter Balance Assessment:
-English Language Arts and Math (April - Early May)
Issaquah School District
3 Problem Solver Forms
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A peer conference and consequence
Fluency with multi-digit multiplication
Developing division concepts with multi-digit dividends
Deepening an understanding of fractional equivalence, as well as addition and subtraction of fractions with like-denominators
Multiplication of fractions and whole numbers
Classification of geometric figures
Application of knowledge to more complex problem solving
Opportunities to extend learning beyond one curriculum
Collaborative problem solving and discussion among peers
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State Assessments:
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Write-at-Night
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