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Back to School Night

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Melissa Butler

on 16 September 2016

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Transcript of Back to School Night

Notes
Homework Expectations
Grading:
Getting Involved:
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,
SUNY Potsdam
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)
Expectations...
C
ourteous –
say please and thank you, raise hand to speak, ask for permission to leave class.
A
lways be prepared
R
espect yourself, the teacher, classmates, and property
E
ffort – 100% all of the time – even when things are tough!
Team 6C:
Trip
Progress Reports/Report Cards
Homework
Team Letter/Expectations
Field Day/Team Quarterly Activities
PowerSchool
6th-Grade Language Arts - CCSS
Technology - 1:1 Learning
Anywhere; Anytime Learning
Google Drive

- Paperless Classroom
Virtual Notebook/Binder
Reading and Writing Workshop
E-Portfolios
Google Apps for Education (GAFE)
Google Calendar
Google Classroom
Blogger
Google Sites
Google Hangout
Accessible from home
Real-Time Collaborative Editing
Contact Info:
Conference Period
- M, W, Th & F (3:05-3:14)
Computer Availability
- Classroom (M, W, Th & F)
Email addresses
- mbutler@somsd.k12.nj.us and mwteacher1@gmail.com and kphillip@somsd.k12.nj.us
Twitter Handle
- @Angelinashy
Website
: https://sites.google.com/site/mrsteacherbutler/
Team Google Calendar
-
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=f5u55esl6ec2igha6d42sak4h4%40group.calendar.google.co m&ctz=America/New_York

Unit 1:
W.6.3, 6.6, 6.10... RL.6.1 &10
Raising the Level of
Narrative Writing
Crafting a
Reading Life

Unit 2: W.6.1, 6.6 & 6.9... RL.6.1-6, 9 &10
Literary Writing
- Character, Theme and Compare/Contrast
Investigating Characters and Themes
Across Texts
Unit 3: W.6.1, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8... RI.6.1-3, 7, 8, & 10
Research-based Argument Writing
/
Debate
Synthesizing Nonfiction
Unit 4: W.6.6, 6.9... RL.6.2, 4, 5, 6, & 9
Historical Fiction Writing
Genre Based (Historical Fiction) Critical Reading Clubs
Unit 5
:
Multi Genre Writing & Close Reading in prep for State Testing
Unit 6:

W. 6.2, 6.6 and 6.9... RI.6.1, 7 & 10... SL.6.1, 2, 5
Information Writing
- Teen Activism
Reading across Genres
to Deepen thinking about
Social Issues


Writing
: 40%
Projects/Performances: 40%
Guided Work (Participation)
: 10%
Homework
: 10%
"Can I do this over?"
Reading and Writing -
Five nights a week

Donating Books to Class Library
Reading Mentor Texts to the Class
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