Art Library Technology
The learner will learn about and work with… The learner will understand…
The learner will…
cultures and traditions of art in proper care of library books.
understand basic computer operations.
America including but not limited to: identification and use of book parts.
be able to use a word
Weaving, metal work, botanical paintings The use of the on-line catalog
and portraitures differences, location and use of fiction,
applied color theory. non-fiction, biography, and reference
understand and be able to properly use
elements of design. books.
proportional relationships in design. purpose of the Dewey Decimal System
Be able to use graphics skills to
famous and unknown art and artists. research and reporting techniques.
communicate and illustrate students’
care and use of art materials and tools. and appreciate various forms of
be able to create a basic power point
The role computers play in the library.
Music understand uses of technology in daily
life and the advantages and
The learner will have the opportunity to… disadvantages these uses provide.
sing, dance and play games.
The learner will…
create song accompaniments.
play rhythmic and melodic instruments.
work to improve physical fitness levels
in the areas of strength, speed,
identify sixteenth notes and quarter
endurance, and flexibility. sight-read simple rhythmic patterns. Responsive Classroom
Practice basic skills and knowledge in study the life and music of Johann The learner will participate in regular
various sports and activities including, Sebastian Bach. morning meetings in order to… 9 School Street
hacky sack, soccer, flag football, identify instruments and families of the ·address character education standards.
volleyball, basketball, European team orchestra. create community.
Dover Plains, New York
handball, floor hockey, softball, mat perform short folk tales. foster responsive interactions such as 12522
ball, obstacle course, lead up/warm up join Band, Chorus, and Creative Arts. sharing, listening, inclusion and
games, fitness stations, jump rope
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participate in the Presidential Fitness experience the world around them. Your through daily rituals and patterns.
Challenge Test and Field Day. child will have the opportunity to attend
Mrs. Zangle, Classroom Teacher
Improve social skills including, culturally diverse field trips and participate Skills are aligned with
cooperation, teamwork, and in a variety of activities. Mr. Herman Harmelink, Principal
sportsmanship. New York State Teaching Michael Tierney, Superintendent
Have the opportunity to participate in Standards Dover ~ Second To None
both the basketball and spring
Reading/Writing Language Arts Mathematics
The learner will… The learner will… The learner will explore…
use word attack skills, context clues, Spelling data and graphs
sequence, predict and identify main spell accurately in daily written work. probability
ideas and details. master prescribed spelling words. place value
identify story elements. copy words correctly from variety of multiplication
read aloud with expression.
be able to apply study skills.
The learner will explore…
locate, gather and interpret identify a complete sentence. measurement
the geography of New York State and
information. identify the 4 types of sentences. fractions
listen to and summarize various types of identify parts of sentences decimals
the impact Native Americans and
information to form opinions. (subject/predicate). percentages
explorers had on New York State.
listen to an oral passage and interpret identify run-on sentences. problem solving
the Colonial Period in New York State
its meaning. identify nouns (singular, plural, common, use the above skills/strategies in
and other major colonies.
learn and use writing process: pre- proper, possessive). preparation for the New York State Math
events of the American Revolution.
write, organize, draft, revise, edit, and identify verbs (action, regular, Assessment.
publish. irregular, linking, helping, verb tenses –
communication, technology, migration
write quality paragraphs and book past, present, future.
and immigration in New York State.
reports for intended audience. identify adjectives, adverbs, and
Students will be introduced to interpreting
use the above skills/strategies in pronouns.
and responding to Document Based
preparation for the New York State Cursive Handwriting
English Language Arts Assessment able to form lowercase letters.
(ELA). able to form capital letters.
able to apply the use of cursive
handwriting in daily work.
The learner will use scientific method, to
investigate the following topics:
Magnets and Electricity
Plants and Animals
Types of Writing: Life cycles
first person narrative Animal behavior
friendly letter Plant reproduction
“how to” directions