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Open House 5th Grade Lynn and Jeremy
Transcript of Open House 5th Grade Lynn and Jeremy
*Identifying cause and effect
*Examining Historical Events
*Utilizing graphic sources
*Distinguishing between primary and secondary sources
*Think Central for ELA, Math and Science
4th and 5th Grade, Wolf Cluster
English Language Arts
*Mr. Thompson - English Language Arts & Social Studies
*Ms. Yurschak - Math and Science
*Develop Critical Thinking
*Strengthen Mental math
with games and IXL
Problem Based Learning
Differentiation & Personalization of Curriculum
Choose a topic
Thank you for coming to open house!
Weekly Thematic Units
(Compare & Contrast / Cause & Effect)
Self-Selected Books (IDR)
Students work in reading groups based on reading level on fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary
Groups change based on student achievement.
Students select "Just Right" books for independent reading. During IDR students read independently, and write letters about their reading every two weeks.
4th - Students work through writing process.
5th - Students respond to reading
Students work with leveled partners to turn and talk
Incorporated into textbook & leveled reading.
Narrative story with a clear beginning, middle, and end.
Expository essay with a focus statement, main ideas, anecdotes, and a conclusion.
Writing in response to reading
Narrative & Expository Writing
Persuasive essays that include clear, well supported arguments.
*Digitally Created Projects
*Practice (Math, Spelling, Vocabulary, Writing)
Websites You Need to Know
Use Reading Strategies to explore Social Studies texts & subjects.
A Day in My Class:
Stations (20 min.)