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Teacher: Sylvia C. Shealy Kindergarten Spanish Immersion Pleasant Hill Elementary Math and Science General Class Description The kindergarten students in this class will be immersed in the target language of Spanish while learning math and science. The teacher or her assistant while in the presence of any student will only speak Spanish. 50 students will be served this year. The students will attend math and science ½ of their academic day. The students will attend Language Arts with the Cooperating teacher Cheryl Banks the other ½ of each instructional day. Prior to the first day of school, each student will be assessed informally in English, with the help of the parents to determine learning styles and skill levels so that differentiated instruction can be maximized from the first day of school. The Everyday Math (EDM) baseline Assessment will be used for this initial assessment. An appointment time has already been given to each child that is currently signed up. All math instruction will follow the Everyday Mathematics pacing guides as set by the district. Science will be based on the district-pacing guides as well. Units/Themes will be incorporated weekly to introduce new Spanish Vocabulary, Address all math, science and Spanish state Standards Align with Progress Reports align with Language Arts Class The Spanish and Language Arts will align and collaborate on long range plans to ensure that whole language can be incorporated into both classrooms. I. Standards Pacing Guide: Mathematics and Science Combined The first two weeks of school will be devoted to learning vocabulary and routines necessary to function in the target language while exploring math manipulatives. After the first two weeks of school, many of the math standards will addressed through daily activities as they are incorporated into morning meetings, calendar time, shared stories, and science. Ordinal numbers, calendar, time, money, comparisons, and positional words will be addressed several times during the entire school year to ensure that students will be able to grasp these concepts before they are formally assessed. After the first two weeks of math exploration and Spanish vocabulary, the students will complete math and science work areas each day. The work areas will be independent work that will be based on math and science state and national standards and on the district-pacing guides They will also participate in tubbing (canastas) Monday-Thursday reserving Fridays for science experiments or special math days. Beginning in January, every Monday each student will be given a Spanish book to read in class and share with parents. These books will be returned each Friday and a new book will be given. This Technology will be addressed daily using smartboard technologies: Introduction of calculators Riverdeep Destination Math Everyday mathematics suggestions Online games Other technology used in the classroom; PowerPoint’s to coincide with lessons and songs Smartboard lessons based on EDM and science lessons Microscope Music on the computer and cd’s Digital camera Microphones Homework Monthly calendars will be distributed and are aligned to standards being taught in the classroom. Each “assignment” aligns to the standards being taught and should only require 5-10 minutes to complete. In addition, the parents will receive EDM homelinks, which gives more suggestions of how to reinforce classroom instruction. Take home folders games and back bags are sent home on a weekly basis. Raul and Paco are sent home with each child twice. These are traveling simple science experiments the children complete with parents. Beginning in January, every Monday each student will be given a Spanish book to read in class and share with parents. These books will be returned each Friday and a new book will be given. This Procedures and Daily Routines (not all inclusive) Objectives/Rationale To pledge that valuable instructional time is not wasted To help students develop a sense of pride and ownership of the classroom To ensure that adults/volunteers working in the room understand what is expected of them and each student during the school day To make each day a positive and happy experience for each child in the room To foster student independence Daily Procedures: 1. Beginning from the first day, the morning students will take their folders out of their book bags and place in the cubby (Cubito) with their name. As the year progresses all of the students will become responsible for taking papers in and out of their folders. Beginning from the first day, the afternoon students will take their folders out of their cubbies and place in their book bags to take home. 2. Each student will hang their book bags on the hooks under the cubbies with his/her names. 3. After hanging book bags, the morning students will make their lunch choice. The students will take their lunch nametag and place it under their lunch choice. (The collective nametags will make a graph.) 4. Each child will be given a take home folder that will be used to communicate with the parents. All student work and school related papers will be sent home in this folder. 5. During the first month of school, the students will learn about the classroom jobs. Once each child has had a turn practicing the jobs, the jobs will rotate weekly. When the weekly rotations begin, the children will be able to perform their job with little interference but much encouragement from the adults in the room. 6. Students will be expected to complete all work during the day. 7. Positive student behavior will be rewarded with tokens. At the beginning of the year when the student receives 5 tokens, they will go to the treasure box. As the students begin to understand classroom procedures and expectations, the number of tokens needed will increase. After January, the students will receive pennies to use in the classroom store. The pennies will progress to nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollars-this will help the children to identify each coin and the value of each coin. 8. Each student will file his/her written work in the file box. 9. At the end of the instructional day, the students will attempt to place chairs on the desk and work cooperatively to clean up their table. 10. Each student will be assigned specific seating at each table. The seating will rotate as the year progresses to ensure that all students have a chance to get to know one another. 11. Each student will sit on the carpet squares according to the color of their table. (The students sitting at the green table will sit on a green carpet square-one student per square.) 12. Whenever the students are leaving the room, they will line up alphabetically by first name. The only exceptions are the line leader, caboose, and door holder of the week. The line leader and door helper will be first in line and the caboose will be last in line. 13. Students may go to the restroom anytime they wish without permission with the exception of circle time. Circle time is valuable instructional time. 14. Before going to lunch all students will go the bathroom and wash hands. The students will line up according to gender. The students will enter the bathroom in groups of 4/5 until all students have had a chance to use the bathroom. After using the bathroom, the students will line up by lunch boxes, salad, number one choice, number two choice. The lunch box students who do not need milk will go directly to the lunch table. 15. Rest time- During the first semester the children will be given rest time in the afternoon session. The rest time will begin with 25 minutes in August decreasing five minutes each month. Beginning in January the students will not have rest time. The rest mats will be sent home 16. Snack time-students will be given a snack each day in the afternoon. 17. Chime time is teacher time. When the chime is struck, the students will stop and listen to instructions. “Cuando el timbre toca cierra la boca” 18. Friday is library time. We will go to the library listen to a story and check out a book. Therefore, library books will be due back on Thursday to ensure that everyone will be able to check out a new book. If a student forgets their book, a reminder note will be sent home in the take home folder on Thursday. Instructional time 19. All students will complete an assigned work station-centros de trabajo. The students will be expected to work cooperatively. Everyone will stay to help one another. Once everyone has completed the task and the center is cleaned, the students may go to free centers-centros gratis. The centers will rotate on a daily basis. The centers rotate not the students. The baskets are color-coded according the color of the table. (The red table will complete the red basket.) 20. Centros gratis-free centers-Three children will be allowed in each center. Once the student has made their choice, they will take the folder with the picture/name of the center and place this in their cubby. This visual will allow the teachers to know who was in which center in the event the center is not cleaned up. The assistant will place the folders back in the appropriate centers. 21. Baskets- Canastas- Each day the students will spend 10-15 minutes completing canasta of their choice. The student will mark their name as having completed the basket. The students can only chose the same basket twice in one week. 22. Journals- the students will create two journals throughout the year to show progress-Everyday math journal and student created journal. The EDM journal will coincide with lessons being taught. The student created journal will be a mixture of math and science lessons created by the teacher and the students. Teacher 23. The teacher will create a monthly homework assignment sheet to be sent home the beginning of each month beginning in September. These calendars are to be returned at the end of each month. The teacher will reward each child for returning his/her homework. 24. Each Monday a classroom newsletter will be posted on the teacher webpage. In addition, the teacher will sent notes and/or emails reminders of important events. The teacher will make necessary phone calls to the parents. The teacher will also send home cougar reports. 25. The teacher will assess the students daily. These assessments will be formative and summative. The formative assessments will help the teacher to differentiate assignments. The summative assessment will help the teacher determine mastery of math and science standards. In addition to regular assessments the teacher will pilot linguafolio this school year. 26. The teacher will create daily, weekly, and monthly lesson plans based on state standards, district standards, everyday math curriculum, and science curriculum. The lessons will be differentiated as needed to ensure student success. 27. The teacher and the instructional assistant will work with all students in small groups on a rotating basis. This is valuable instructional time and the teachers will stay with the group until all students have completed the assignments. 28. The teacher and the instructional assistant will only speak Spanish in the presence of any student at school or outside of school. Instructional Assistant This list is not all inclusive and is subject to change as needed- assignments for the IA may change according to the needs of the students 29. After the children have placed their folders in their cubbies, the IA will circle smiley faces, check folders for changes in transportation and parent notes. The notes from parents will be placed in basket marked parent notes for the teacher to view. Changes in transportation will be noted In the afternoon the folders will be placed back in the cubbies for the students to place in folders. on the appropriate forms as well as sent to the office. 30. The IA will place notes from attendance in the attendance folder. After the classes switch the IA will take attendance to the other class. 31. The IA will check lunch choices and align lunch cards in alphabetical order and fill out laminated form with lunch choices. 32. The IA will be given a work area to complete with all groups each week. This will be done during work areas. 33. The IA will work with small groups during calendar time as instructed by the teacher. 34. The IA will ensure that the tables are cleaned and ready for the snack helper to place snacks on the table. The snack will be picked up from the cafeteria in the morning. At the end of the day the tables should be cleaned as well. 35. The IA will collect any homework, library books, reading books and file accordingly. 36. The IA will ensure that the paint area always has paint, paper and is cleaned up at the end of the day. 37. If needed, the IA will help the teacher make copies, laminate, or cut items. 38. The IA will help the teacher to clean the classroom as needed. 39. All students’ papers will be placed in the student cubbies. The first week of school the assistant will place papers in the student folder after that it will become the responsibility of the student 40. The IA will correspond will use notebook provided by the teacher to write notes/observations of children she has worked with in centers or during calendar time. 41. The IA will ensure that cougar reports are up to date for each month. Timeline for instruction based on district math and science pacing guides Timeline for Language Aquistion Sylvia C. Shealy Immersion Kindergarten EDM Math 2010-2011 This is a working document and subject to change Date(s) Unit-Activities Time Units Libros del dia Frame Aug.18th Routines 1 & 2 Day 1 Los Numeros Activity 5.9 como vas a casa Los Colores One color a day Add that color to the art center 19th Routines 1 & 2 Day 2 Animales Gato Azul 20st Routines 1 & 2 Day 3 Conversationa Oso l Cuadrado 23th Routines 1, 2, 3 Day 4 procedures Los Opuestos 24th Routines 1, 2, 3, 4 Day 5 Cu Cu te veo 25th Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Day 6 Mi hermano 26th Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Day 7 Tengo un Pez 27th Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Day 8 En la Granja 30st Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Day 9 La granja- counting book 31st Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Day 10 La Granja Soy mas Brown Bear here!!!! grande que tu Book from Gloria Use the Twister for colores from Jamee smartboard Send a parent to Midway to opposite use die cuts For pattern blocks Lessons 2.7 here Sept. 1 Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Day 11 Las formas Buenos dias 2.7 tactile numbers laminated Make 2.1 here enlarge and save for Shaving cream when it comes Sand boxes use wand in the book to Goop-cornstarch and water use as a with wand review Use food coloring Make collages White boards in teams Sandpaper letters 2nd Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Day 12 Que es workbook page 27-37 3rd Routines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Day 13 Amigo Workbook Number sheets from 3.1 here Base ten blocks from virtual manipulatives Sept.7- 1.1 Partner Match 2days El Otoño Aqui estoy 8 9-10 1.2 Introduction to Pattern 2 days Dame un Blocks abrazo 13th 1.3 Multisensory Counts 1 day Ven home link 14-15 1.4 Countdown to Zero 2 days Spaceship book 16th 1.5 Getting to Know 1 day Niguno y Numbers (1-9) nada one a day for 9 days use books with stamps per child class poster take other set to Cheryl’s use cultural objects home link 17th 1.6 Introduction to Sorting 1 day 20-21 1.7 Sand & Water Play 2 days Las manzanas Macaroni, beans, Styrofoam, rice, sand, Water with same containers home link 22nd 1.8 (Birthday) Graphs can 1 day be animals, apples etc. 23rd 1.9 Sound & Motion Patterns 1 day 24th 1.10 Patterns with Color- 2 days needed to learn colors play green light red light 27th 1.11 Coin Comparisons 1 day Animal homes home link Center Card 3 30th 1.12 Give the Next Number 2 days Oct 1 Game-this was hard because last Review year the children were still learning day the #’s name Oct. 1st 1.13 Body Height 1 day Comparisons Bigger than and shorter than 4th 1.14 Finger Count Fun- 2 days pictures to Dorie Las Hojas Center Card 4 and 5 We’re Going on a Leaf hunt written by Steve Metzger 5th Project 1: Numbers in Our 1 day World Telephone game-Cheryl 6th 2.1 Shape Collages-bring 1 day shape collages out and review them here home link virtual manipulatives attribute blocks El numero siguiente 7th -8th 2.2 Shapes by Feel- to ensure 2 days shape vocabulary is acquired 12-13 2.3 Which Way Do I Go? 2 days Las Arañas Important vocabulary Rosies Walk here 14th 2.4 Spin a Number Game 1 day Spin a number game 15th 2.5 Patterns All Around 1 day home link 18th 2.6 Play Oral Counting 1 day Los Games murcielagos Pattern blocks templates Count and sit 19 & 20 2.7 Preparation for Number 2 days Writing Differentiated instruction for those students who still need this instruction Center Card 6 elimnate because Center Card 26 will do again 21st 2.8 Matching Coin Game 1 day Que tiempp Cube made from coins hace And then use coins home link 22nd 2.9 Number Board 1 day El tiempo Activity 2.9 Dorie has the book that goes with the bats Tree home animals stickers to help with vocabulary 25-27 2.10 Teen numbers 2 days Las Calabazas El sol workbook page 38-47 28th 2.11 Listen and Do (10-19) 1 day Una estacion Yo veo with colors on the favorita students Use fall colors in groups by table To review numbers Center Card 8 29 2.12 Teen Partners-use 2 days partners Center Card 9 Nov 1 2.13 Estimation Jars-use 1 day Espanol estimation phrases Station by end of the week to see who is the closest number home link Positional words Nov. 2.14 Number Stories-copy 1 day 3rd and place in portfolio Center Card 10 4th 2.15 Symmetry Painting cut 1 day into the shape they think it is- hang it outside 5th 2.16 Symmetry in Nature-corn, 1 day turkeys, pilgrims, native Americans, feathers, necklaces, NA vests, headbands, papooses 8 and 9 Project 2: Mathematics and 2 days Nuestros Como me our Bodies Cuerpos visto hoy 10th 3.1 Number Books begin 1 1 day Me visto number a day for morning work-done at beginning of school year Activity 3.1 use book not copies 11th 3.2 Macaroni Necklaces 1 day El abrigo de la home link mujercita Center Card 11 pequenita 12 3.3 Roll & Record 2 days Nos vestimos Activity 3.3 como Differentiated sheets 15th 3.4 The Pan Balance 1 day Nuestros El cuerpo Cuerpos prepositional words 16-17 3.5 Domino Concentration 2 days La comida Center Card 12 18th 3.6 Monster Squeeze 1 day 19th 3.7 Measurement with 1 day Objects Draw object to measurement from Dorie Center Card 13 22 3.8 Pocket Problems 1 day Use piggy bank notepads sticker money then use coin purse to add and subtract which coincides with problem on notepads then either write or find the answer 22-23 3.9 Number Card Games 2 days Native Center Card 14 Americans 29th 3.10 Probability Stories 1 day Cloudy with a Chance of meatballs Use Elmo Es possible, no es possible,quizas Wacky Wednesday 30th 3.11 Probability Tray 1 day Dec. 1 3.12 Pan Balance 2 (Leveling) 1 day Gingerbread colored clay Measure gingerbread playdough home link Center Card 15 2-3 3.13 Train Games- use Cathy 2 days Richardson 6th 3.14 Favorite Colors Graph- 1 day Los sentidos La orquesta rojo or verde de los animales 7th 3.15 Count by 10’s 1 day En el Puente home link de sevilla u musica musica 8-9 3.16 Teen Frame Game 2 days Hundreds chart games from virtual reality 10 Project 3: Fun With Games- 1 days invite parents Send home items week before 13 Project 4: Class Celebrations 2 days Los Sentidos and17th One day to prep and 1 day to celebrate 14th 4.1 Number Line 1 day Mathematics Make a new number line that is larger With a pattern odd even then 5’s 15-16 4.2 Top-It Card Games 2 days home link Center Card 16 Jan. 3rd 4.3 The Pattern Block 1 day EDM Working Template World/Flotar/ Center Card 17 hundir 4th 4.4 The Addition Symbol 1 day Animal plates with sections large and two small 5th 4.5 Follow My Pattern- 1 day partner and growing home link Center Card 18 6-7 4.6 Interrupted Counts 2 days 10 4.7 Meet the Calculator 1 day Los Osos Toca la C y limpia Apaga enciende 11-12 4.8 Roll and Record with Two 2 days Dice Get math wire game from Dorie Activity dice throw grid 13 4.9 Body and Rope Shapes 1 day 18th 4.10 Shape Comparisons 1 day Los Penguinos Plates back out Activity 4.9 cut snowflake Center Card ligas,gomas Geoplanos-geoboards 19th 4.11 The Subtraction Symbol 1 day 20th 4.12 Slate Activities-number 1 day gymnastics Center Card 20 21st 4.13 Introduction to Attribute 1 day Blocks home link 24th 4.14 “What’s My Rule?” 1 day 100th day Fishing Game 25-26th 4.15 Number Stories: Stage 2 2 days 27 4.16 Two-Digit Numbers 1 day 28th Project 5: The 100th Day of 1 day School 31 4.16 Two-Digit Numbers- Animals that hibernate Mid-Year Assessment – (May begin at beginning of the section.) Feb. 1st 5.1 skip due to language and 1 day assess today Whole group-write on sentence strips with pictures from clip art then cut apart so they can make in order-divide sheet in 6 parts- One event before, during and after One thing before school One event while at school One thing after school Then hang outside Feb. 2nd 5.2 Patterns with Craft Sticks 1 day Groundhogs home link days and workbook page 1 Valentines Center Card 21-NO!!!!!!!!!!! 3-4 5.3 Find the Block Game 2 days 7th 5.4 Guess My Number Game 1 day home link Center Card 22-no card just game Rueda-spinner 8th 5.5 Count with Calculators 1 day 9-10 5.6 Measurement with 2 days Children’s Feet In nov workbook page 2 11th 5.7 How Big is a Foot? In nov 1 day home link activity 5.7 14th 5.8 Count by 5’s 1 day Valentines day workbook page 3 Party Center Card 23 whole group not centers 15th 5.9 Introduction of Tally 1 day El diner Marks home link 16-17 5.10 The Raft Game 2 days workbook page 4 18 5.11 Standard and 2 days Nonstandard Feet workbook page 5 22 5.12 Tools for Measuring 2 days Clouds- Length weather workbook page 6 Center Card 24- paletas white boards 23 5.13 Pet Bar Graph 1 day workbook page 7 24-25 5.14 Attribute Spinner Game 1 day Activity 5.14 Center Card Center Card25- whole or small group not centers Gordo y flaco 28 5.15 Introduction to the 1 day Las hormigas Number Grid March 5.16 Number-Grid Search 1 day 1 Game 2nd 6.1 6.2 Introduction of the 1 day Penny and nickel use piggy bank notepads banco workbook page 8 Center Card 26 one coin at a time 3rd 6.3 Solid Shape Museum 1 day home link 4 6.4 counts to measure time 1 day La primavera tally mark estimations measure time it take to do activity to record times use smartboard workbook page 9 7th 6.5 Surveys and Graphs 1 day 8th 6.6 I Spy with Shapes 1 day Center Card 27 9 6.7 Introduction of the Dime 1 day Penny dime exchange 11-14th 6.8 Coin Exchanges 2 days Las Mariposas Coin stampers home link 17th-18 6.9 Comparison Number 2 days Stories workbook page 10 21 6.10 Count by 2’s 1 day workbook page 11 Center Card 28 whole group 22 6.11 Divide Groups in Half 1 day workbook page 12 23 6.12 Read My Mind Game 1 day home link Center Card 29 math center for the week not individual centers 24 6.13 Tools for Measuring Time 1 day 25 6.14 Skip Count with 1 day Calculators home link 28 6.15 Symbolic 1 day Las Representations of Patterns Mariquitas workbook page 13 workbook page 14 29 6.16 Division of Whole Objects 1 day into Halves Pizzas small group paper plate folded half write medio encima y debajo Shade with red crayon Pepperoni, shredded paper for cheese Make the pizza ½ and ½ home link Center Card Center Card 30 –math center for the week 29-30 Project 6: Maps and Mapping 2 days 31st 7.1 Money Cube Game 1 day Apr. 1st 7.2 Class Collections 1 day home link workbook page 15 4th 7.3 Class Number Story Book 1 day Las Plants 5th 7.4 Gum drops & magnetic 1 day shapes home link Center Card 31 whole group 6th 7.5 Introduction of the 1 day Quarter workbook page 16 7th-8 7.6 Dice Addition Games 2 days workbook page 17 11th 7.7 Late-in-the-Year 1 day Easter/Baby Counting Animals home link 12th 7.8 Tens and Ones with Craft 1 day Sticks workbook page 18 Center Card 32 lot of ligas 13 7.9 Name Collections with 1 day Craft Sticks Call out a number and write on the board make into a game home link Center Card 33-different ways to make the same number Use two dice different colors Then get connecting cubes to match 14 7.10 Number Scrolls 1 day differentiate per student morning work workbook page 19 15 7.11 Decade Count 1 day 26 7.12 Plus or Minus Game 1 day Materia/ Agua cambia Center Card 34 mothers Reciclar come in to help Change the dice to match the color of the Counters or each player removes their color to see who wins Fichas-puntitios 27th 7.13 Double Digits with Dice 1 day El agua se extension draw the numbers mueve make the 2 possibilities color on the hundreds chart Use smartboard dice workbook page 20 28th 7.14 Numbers in Sequence 1 day home link 29th 7.15 “What’s My Rule?” with 1 day Patterns 7.16 Bead String name collections Make in centers then have class share necklace or bracelet use beads and string workbook page 21 May 2 Project 7: Weaving 2 days May 3, Start End-of-the-Year Assess. 3 days Cinco de 4, 7 Tasks here. Mayo 9 8.1 Ones, Tens, and 1 day Dinosaurs Hundreds 11 8.2 How Long is an Hour? 1 day 8.3 Race with clocks Dorie mouse chases cheese minutes is mouse hour hand cheese Make huge clock on shower curtain and the children are the hands throw the dice to show time home link workbook page 22 12th 8.4 High Roller Game 1 day 13th 8.5 Introduction to the 1 day Function Cual es mi regla Machine make a box for Dorie and Gloria Activity 8.5 Center Card 35 no sense without box 16th 8.6 Number Gymnastics 1 day Rainforest- Game Frogs home link workbook page 23 17th 8.7 Introduction of the $1 Bill 1 day workbook page 24 18-19 8.8 One-Dollar Game 2 days home link 20th 8.9 Name Collection Posters 1 day each child adds to the poster, roll a dice Center Card 36-redo sheet to fit dominoes Do sheets on card stock 23 8.10 “What’s My Rule?” with 1 day Oceans Numbers Math packs 24th 8.11 Hour-Hand, Minute Story 1 day home link 25th 8.12 Time Match Game 1 day Pair student picks and writes three times then play memory –check before allowing them to cut, write names on the back to send home Then switch pairs 26th 8.13 Missing Number Problems 1 day workbook page 25 Center Card 37 make model number cards 27th 8.14 Number Stories with 1 day Calculators home link May 31 8.15 Pan Balance with 1 day Math Uniform Weights Outdoors Activity 8.15 workbook page 26 Center Card 38 Balanza June 8.16 Introduction of the $10 1 day 1st Bill 2 3 Project 8: Math Outdoors 1 day II. Description of Class Assessment Program: Time-line for both informal and formal assessment The teacher will work collaboratively with her team to create team assessments for science. EDM assessments will be used for math. Students will be formally assessed : 1) In August prior to school opening to determine math skill levels- 2) Quarterly for progress reports 3) End of year for determination of placement in first grade or retention 4) At the end of each new skill to determine mastery level Students will be informally assessed: 1) By teacher observations 2) Checklists 3) Small groups 4) Individually Assessment tools used: 1) Teacher made summative assessment tool based on progress report for science 2) Everyday math assessment guides 3) Smartboard technologies On the quarterly progress reports the students will receive 1- Doesn’t understand the concept; no consistency in demonstrating the task; requires frequent prompts 2- Some understanding of the concept; able to demonstrate the task but requires some prompts from the teacher 3- Demonstrates mastery of the indicator in its entirety without prompting. Portfolio Checklists Teacher Submitted Samples for Math Artifact 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Standard grading grading grading grading addressed period period period period Copies of journal work Progress report Individual math sample- math process Numbers and Operations Algebra Geometry Measurement Data Analysis and Probability Comments: 1st grading period: (Black ink) 2nd grading period: (Red ink) 3rd grading period: (Green ink) 4th grading period: (Purple ink) Portfolio Assessment Checklist for Science Student name_______________________ Items submitted by student Artifact- Date Standard Student submitted by submitted addressed comment student Teacher Submitted Samples for Science Artifact st 1 grading 2nd grading 3rd grading 4th grading Standard period period period period addressed Copies of journal work Progress report Characteristics of organisms Human Body Seasonal Weather changes Science Tools Observable properties Comments: 1st grading period: (Black ink) 2nd grading period: (Red ink) 3rd grading period: (Green ink) 4th grading period: (Purple ink) The students will learn in a positive learning environment where each child is given differentiated instruction to ensure that the child is working at fluency and not frustration level. Positive behavior will be rewarded by smiley faces, tokens, trips to the treasure box, cougar cards, teacher notes, and lots of praise. Each student will be chosen to be the Cougar of the Week. III. Parent Communication Plan: o Weekly newsletter o E-mail o Teacher webpage o School newsletter o Conferences-phone and face to face o Phone calls o Notes o Open House
"Long Range Lesson Plans 2010-2011 Sylvia Shealy PHES Kindergarten "