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Copy of Open House
Transcript of Copy of Open House
"To provide every student with a world class education."
Watch for our web page!
We will have SBAC Assessments in the spring.
Fourth Grade Curriculum
SSR every day
MAP Language Arts Assessment 3 times per year
Loss of privileges
Conference with the
Extra Computer Time
Rewards & Consequences
* Homework Policy – Maximum 45 minutes for 4th graders
20 min. ind. Reading
Late or unfinished homework/class work is an individual responsibility (impacts grade)
Test reviews will be done in class but may require additional study at home
*Set a time and place for homework
90 minute Reading
60 minute Math
60 minute Writing
Sentence Structure & Grammar
Narrative, expository, and persuasive writing
4 main components:
Fourth grade curriculum
*Use notes, email, or call me with questions or concerns
*Web site will keep you updated with important information
8:25-8:40 Arrive on time!
3:00 Bus Dismissal
12:50 Half Day
For specific questions and concerns please contact me at 860-608-0970 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure to leave the best email address in order to contact you.
Mr. Forster's Fourth Grade
Same concept written for Common Core testing
The Common Core
Building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction and informational texts
Reading and writing grounded in evidence from text
Regular practice with complex text and its academic vocabulary
The Parents Can
The Students Will
• Spend more time on fewer concepts.
• UNDERSTAND why the math works. MAKE the math work.
• TALK about why the math works
• PROVE that they know why and how the math works
• Apply math in real world situations
• Know which math to use for which situation
• Be able to use core math facts FAST
• Be able to apply math in the real world
Students read a true balance of informational and literary texts.
Elementary school classrooms are, therefore, places where students access the world – science, social studies, the arts and literature – through text.
At least 50% of what students read is informational.
ELA - English Language Arts
• Read more non- fiction
• Know the ways non- fiction can be put together
• Enjoy and discuss the details of non-fiction
• Get smart in Science and Social Studies through reading
• Handle “primary source” documents
•Re-read, close read
• Read material at comfort level AND work with more challenging stuff
•Unpack text• Handle frustration and keep pushing
• Find evidence to support their arguments
• Discuss what the author is “up to”
The Parents Can
ELA – Writing
The Students Will
Students reach strong foundational knowledge and deep conceptual understanding and are able to transfer mathematical skills and understanding across concepts.
• Make arguments in writing using evidence
• Compare multiple texts in writing
Students in every state will cover the same curriculum
The Shift to Common Core
Learn more about fewer, key topics
Develop speed and accuracy
Really know it, Really do it
Use it in the real world
Think fast AND solve problems
Read nonfiction texts aloud or with your child
Have fun with nonfiction
Supply series of texts on topics of interest
Find books that explain
Discuss nonfiction texts and the ideas within
Provide more challenging texts AND provide texts they WANT to read and can read comfortably
Show that challenging stuff is WORTH unpacking
Talk about text (Demand evidence in every day discussions/disagreements
Read aloud or read the same book and discuss with evidence
Encourage writing at home
Write "books" together and use evidence/details
Ask your child to DO the math that comes up in your daily life
Make sure your child is thinking about Math in real life
Old state standard testing 4th grade
Details expected in answers
NOTE the rigor in both reading and writing required for a math problem.
Mon. - Music 8:55-9:45, Tue. P.E. 8:55-9:45,Wed. Art 8:55-9:45, Thurs. Computer 8:55-9:45, Fri. Library 9:45-10:30
Send lunch money prior at the beginning of each month! Make sure it has the following filled out:
Lunch and Snacks
*Report cards go home(11/15,
3/21 & 6/12)
- Exceeds current grade level standards
- Meets current grade level standards
- Progress noted toward current grade level standards
- Time and experience required for skill or concept to develop
Numeration, Number Sense, Problem Solving, Data, Multiplication & Division, Patterns & Relationships, Geometry, Fractions, Measurement, Angles, Decimals, Factors & Multiples
Cause and Effect
Fact vs. Opinion
Identify figurative language
Real and make believe
Making inferences/drawing conclusions
Word meaning in Context
Read, Read, Read!
Benchmark Tests: Fall,
Winter and Spring
We will continue to focus on the Common Core Standards.
*No toys in school
*Sufficient sleep and an adequate breakfast
Birthdays & Special Occasions.* Please note: We have one student who is allergic to gluten. Any treat that is sent in must have an ingredient list with it so it can be determined if it is something that student can have.
*My students LOVE to celebrate anything!
Spelling packets are due every other Friday
Mashantucket Pequot Museum
Our first field trip of the year will be on October 21st. Look for the permission slip!
Please keep in mind:
Respect for our students’ privacy is essential. If our students or teachers share information, we ask that you regard this as confidential in and out of school.
All volunteers must complete an application per Board of Ed policy. Those volunteering more than 50 hours/school year also need fingerprints on file in office.
Moonlight and Mythology
Our class has once again been asked to participate in a unique educational grant through LEARN. We are one of only six classes in the state that participate in this and everything is free of charge for students and any parents who would like to join us.
Through this grant we are able to spend time with children from an urban school, Jennings School. We write monthly pen pal letters, create stories, do collaborative illustrations, and many other cultural learning experiences.
We need a room mom/dad!
Field Trips / classroom activities!
English Language Arts
OR pay at myschoolbucks.com
Place an "X" by
Your child’s full name
Please be sure to send in a healthy snack and a water bottle!
Science PROCESS / Inquiry
Properties of matter;
Changes in matter;
Forms of energy
Rocks and minerals
Food chains and
Science and technology
The 5 step writing process:
The 6 traits:
1.Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com
2. Log-on using first and last name, no space
3.Password is Math2015 NOTE: the
is case sensitive
To access your textbooks online
* Written note to the teacher required for alternate dismissal and buses
Sign up for a Report Card conference tonight!
Juliet W. Long Elementary School
MAP Assessment (Measure of Academic Progress
Continued Implementation of the Common Core State Standards
SBAC Assessment (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium)
Improving school safety
Improving parent communication (especially related to academic achievement)
Improving student behavior (especially in unstructured settings)
Using data to plan appropriate instruction