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Wednesday, February 17

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Tuesday, February 16

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Friday, February 5

  1. page What Are We Learning? edited ... Character Education Technology Second Third Quarter Students will ... read a variety of…
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    Character Education
    Technology
    SecondThird Quarter
    Students will ...
    read a variety of authentic texts for meaning
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    actively engage in read alouds, create shared writing pieces, and actively participate in shared reading
    organize ideas and effectively communicate (Oral and Written)
    SecondThird Quarter
    Addition Concepts
    Students will ...
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    demonstrate creative thinking, use context clues to find parts, and write Math Stories
    organize ideas and communicate effectively(Oral and Written)
    SecondThird Quarter
    Students will ...
    explore animal and plant life
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    record, label and illustrate observations in their Science journals
    organize ideas and communicate effectively(Oral and Written)
    SecondThird Quarter
    Students will ...
    discover that they can make valuable contributions at school
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    explore if these holidays are relevant to them
    organize ideas and communicate effectively(Oral and Written)
    SecondThird Quarter
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    engage in the power of restorative conversations
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    explore appropriate consequences
    discuss, review, & practice how to be Respectful, Responsible, & Safe (PBIS)
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    log on to our Reader's Response page, respond to text and save information on our discussion page
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Friday, November 20

  1. page What Are We Learning? edited ... Character Education Technology First Second Quarter Students will ... read a variety of…
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    Character Education
    Technology
    FirstSecond Quarter
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    read a variety of authentic texts for meaning
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    actively engage in read alouds, create shared writing pieces, and actively participate in shared reading
    organize ideas and effectively communicate (Oral and Written)
    FirstSecond Quarter
    Addition Concepts
    Students will ...
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    demonstrate creative thinking, use context clues to find parts, and write Math Stories
    organize ideas and communicate effectively(Oral and Written)
    FirstSecond Quarter
    Students will ...
    explore animal and plant life
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    record, label and illustrate observations in their Science journals
    organize ideas and communicate effectively(Oral and Written)
    FirstSecond Quarter
    Students will ...
    discover that they can make valuable contributions at school
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    explore if these holidays are relevant to them
    organize ideas and communicate effectively(Oral and Written)
    FirstSecond Quarter
    Students will ...
    engage in the power of restorative conversations
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    explore appropriate consequences
    discuss, review, & practice how to be Respectful, Responsible, & Safe (PBIS)
    FirstSecond Quarter
    Students will ...
    log on to our Reader's Response page, respond to text and save information on our discussion page
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  2. page Mrs. King's Cyber Chat edited Dear Parent(s): I am excited about the opportunity to get to know you, and I am looking forward t…
    Dear Parent(s):
    I am excited about the opportunity to get to know you, and I am looking forward toOur class is beginning a happyscientific study of insects. We will be caring for and productive school year. However, I need your support!investigating several different insects to discover secrets of their lives. We need to work togetherknow that some insects undergo complete metamorphosis, as a team to ensure your child’s academic success. Research suggests that parental involvement in a child’s education is onethe classic case of the strongest contributorsbutterfly— egg to caterpillar to chrysalis to butterfly. Other insects reach maturity by growing through a less dramatic sequence of student achievement. I have an exciting, yet rigorous curriculum planned for yourstages in a process known as simple metamorphosis. Your child and it will requiremay demonstrate a strong home/school connection. With that said, I want to thank youheightened interest in advance for your support this year. Listed below are a few highlightsinsects over the next several weeks.
    One goal
    of the curriculum and notes on homework, discipline, “Take-Home” envelope, conference hours, and school supplies.
    Curriculum areas we will focus on this year include the following:
    Guided Reading (small group reading instruction designed to focus on your child’s needs and accelerate their progress)
    Go Math (Aligned
    our work with Common Core State Standards)
    Foss Science (an inquiry-based learning and hands-on approach to teach science)
    Best Practices of Technology Integration
    PBL (Problem-based learning
    insects is a student-centered approach to solve realistic problems)
    Current Events (An approach to teaching Social Science)
    Homework:
    Your child will receive
    help the children develop a homework schedule. It is required that your child complete homework every night. Please review and sign all homework assignments.
    Discipline:
    Unfortunately, there are times when disciplinary actions must be administered. Consequences
    deeper appreciation for disruptive behavior can or will include the following actions:
    Student-Teacher Conference (Restorative Conversations)
    Loss
    diversity of Privileges (Restorative Conversations)
    Parent-Teacher Conference (Restorative Conversations)
    Take-Home Envelope:
    Your
    life and to cultivate a sense of respect for all living things. If your child will receive their “Take-Home” envelope every Friday. It is important that you review each assignment insidewants to catch an insect in a jar, please invite your child’s envelope. Please reviewinsect friend into your child’s weekly progress, sign, and return their envelope every Monday.
    Conference Hours:
    Together, we are working towards a common goal; therefore, communication is extremely important. You may email me any questions or concerns at mking@cps.edu. You may also schedule a conference Monday – Friday 7:00 – 7:25 a.m. or 2:45- 3:30 p.m. Unfortunately, I cannot schedule conferences during time allotted
    home for students’ instructional time.
    Health/Wellness:
    To ensure
    a safeshort time, and healthy environment for all students, Courtenay is becomingencourage him or her to return the insect to the wild after a nut free school. We ask thatshort captivity. If you honor this request by sending snacks that are healthy and nut free.
    Supply Checklist:
    I know you
    interested in seeing what we have received several supply lists (onlinegoing on, as usual, you are invited to visit and attake part in the Backexcitement. We’re looking forward to School Rally), but below you will findlots of fun and lots of learning as we explore a listworld full of minimal supplies:
    Bookbag
    Primary Composition Notebooks
    Pencils-Standard & Fat Size
    Three Large Glue Sticks
    Crayons (24 count)
    Five Pocket Folders
    Scissors (round tip)
    Two Highlighters
    Hand Sanitizer
    One Box of Kleenex
    I want to thank
    insects!
    Thank
    you in advance for your support and cooperation,ongoing support,
    Mrs. M. King,King
    First Grade
    Facilitator
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Friday, November 13

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    tail
    mail
    pail
    fail
    quail
    nail
    sail
    wail
    rail
    trail
    car
    art
    barn
    start
    farm
    card
    yarn
    part
    dark
    hard

    Fry Sight Words
    Group A Words* come
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    only
    little
    Group B Words* morning
    step
    passed
    vowel
    true
    hundred
    against
    pattern
    numeral
    table
    Words
    cried
    plan
    notice
    south
    sing
    war
    ground
    fall
    king
    town

    Robust Words ("Tier Up”)
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    you showed
    you were not happy by making a face.
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    considerate person
    thinks about the feelings of others.
    Weekly Math Objective
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    Weekly Words
    Group A Words
    punch
    hunch
    bunch
    much
    such
    lunch
    watch
    match
    patch
    latch
    set
    sent
    ten
    tell
    well
    jet
    let
    get
    all
    call

    Group B Words
    tail
    ...
    trail
    Fry Sight Words
    Group A Words
    more
    write
    number
    way
    could
    people
    than
    first
    water
    been
    Words* come
    made
    may
    part
    over
    new
    sound
    take
    only
    little

    Group B Words* morning
    step
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    table
    Robust Words ("Tier Up”)
    haulpouted – If you haul something,pouted, you usea lot of effort to move it from one place to another.
    proud
    showed
    you were not happy by making a face.
    considerate
    If you are proud,
    you feel
    very good
    A considerate person
    thinks
    about
    something you did
    or who you are as a person.
    the feelings of others.
    Weekly Math Objective
    Students will use addition
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    meaning than the
    literal meanings of each word.
    Idiom - It's inRead between the bag.lines
    Meaning - Virtually accomplished or wonFind the hidden meaning
    Monday
    Students will write a sentence for each weekly word.
    Math- 2.73.8
    Read 20 Minutes
    Tuesday
    Students will write a sentence for each vocabulary word.
    Math - 2.83.9
    Read 20 Minutes
    Wednesday
    Students will write a story using their spelling words.
    Math - 2.93.10
    Read 20 Minutes
    Thursday
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