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Back to School Night
Transcript of Back to School Night
Back-to-School Night: Mrs. Melissa Butler
All About Me - Mrs. Butler...
M.A. in Educational Leadership
Montclair State University (Alpha Epsilon Lambda)
M.S.-Ed with Distinction/Special Education,
Hofstra University (Kappa Delta Pi)
B.A. in English/Writing and Elementary Education,
Units of Study Team- Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, Columbia University
PD - Teachers College Reading and Writing Institutes - Summers since 2006.
Presenter on Reading/Writing Workshop, CCSS, GAFE, Edmodo, and Twitter
2014 Bammy Winner – Middle School Teacher of the Year (national award)
say please and thank you, raise hand to speak, ask for permission to leave class.
lways be prepared
espect yourself, the teacher, classmates, and property
ffort – 100% all of the time – even when things are tough!
Progress Reports/Report Cards
Field Day/Team Quarterly Activities
6th-Grade Language Arts - CCSS
Technology - 1:1 Learning
Anywhere; Anytime Learning
- Paperless Classroom
Reading and Writing Workshop
Google Apps for Education (GAFE)
Accessible from home
Real-Time Collaborative Editing
- M, W, Th & F (3:05-3:14)
- Classroom (M, W, Th & F)
- email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Team Google Calendar
W.6.3, 6.6, 6.10... RL.6.1 &10
Raising the Level of
Unit 2: W.6.1, 6.6 & 6.9... RL.6.1-6, 9 &10
- Character, Theme and Compare/Contrast
Investigating Characters and Themes
Unit 3: W.6.1, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8... RI.6.1-3, 7, 8, & 10
Research-based Argument Writing
Unit 4: W.6.6, 6.9... RL.6.2, 4, 5, 6, & 9
Historical Fiction Writing
Genre Based (Historical Fiction) Critical Reading Clubs
Multi Genre Writing & Close Reading in prep for State Testing
W. 6.2, 6.6 and 6.9... RI.6.1, 7 & 10... SL.6.1, 2, 5
- Teen Activism
Reading across Genres
to Deepen thinking about
Guided Work (Participation)
"Can I do this over?"
Reading and Writing -
Five nights a week
Donating Books to Class Library
Reading Mentor Texts to the Class