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					Reading and Writing Goals for the Week of Oct. 19-23, 2009

Priority
Walkthrough focus: Reader’s Workshop/Plans for Diff.
Setting Goals with students (S.M.A.R.T)
Beginning Goal Setting Conferences with your students begin with an informal
conversation questions such as:
    “What are some things that you’re good at?
    What are your strengths?
    What do you need help with?
    How can I help you? (Give suggestions to the student, remember to keep it
      simple).
    Establish a time frame for success. Currently we established reading time frames
      for the year: September15, November15, March 15, and June 15 for Literacy.



Social Studies Bulletin Boards are Oct. 30th and TC boards are due Nov.
1st
Assessment Binders were collected last week. Please make sure it has
the following:

      TC baseline writing
      Baseline Problem solving or other Math assessment
      Individual Treasures baseline assessment
      Treasures Class Summary sheet
      Individual DRA assessment
      DRA class summary sheet
      Student Profiles
      Surveys
      Conference sheets for Writing (for now)
      Individual student sections
      http://curriculum.dpsk12.org/Planning_guides/Literacy/K/K_1_lesson
       s_1-10_writing.pdf (TC Link)


Reading
           Treasures assessments results should be taking place in every
            classroom.



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          Student results should be recorded on a class summary sheet
           after every assessment.
          Groups should be in 2 rotations (or building to that).

Writing Celebrations
      Remember to assist your students in beautifying their writing
        before a celebration/ Author’s Day.
      Ms. Smith will be coming around with a calendar to schedule your
        celebration.
      Invitations should be sent out to parents, Mrs. Marbury and Ms.
        Smith.
      Prepare your students by rehearsing in the classroom and model for
        them what your expectations will be for the celebration.
         Such as:
         Projecting their voice
         Standing tall
         Holding their writing/book below their face
         Being respectful toward their peers when they are part of the
         Audience.




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