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Title: Welcome to Fifth Grade Curriculum Night Thursday, Sept. 19th 2013


1
Welcome to Fifth Grade Curriculum Night Thursday,
Sept. 19th 2013
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2
Learning Community
  • Importance of a strong learning community.
  • Weve had many conversations and activities
    regarding what kind of community the students
    want to create in our classroom.
  • The students worked together to
  • write rules and CHAMPs posters

3
Intended Results of Having a Strong Classroom
Community
  • Students thrive in an atmosphere of respect
  • All students feel that they can voice their
    opinions and ideas
  • Students make good choices for the benefit of
    themselves and the group
  • Students are offered certain freedoms when the
    group is successful. (i.e. Free Seat Friday)
  • Learning becomes less teacher directed as
    students take charge of their learning

4
Class Constitution
  • We the students of the Blue and Green Classes, in
    order to form a more perfect education, do ordain
    and establish this social contract.
  • Article 1.
  • Respect ourselves and others
  • Article 2.
  • Respect personal and public property
  • Article 3.
  • Work hard, then play hard

5
Great Expectations
  • What does Mr. Aubrecht expect from his students?
  • Students will be respectful to Mr. Aubrecht and
    each other
  • Students will work hard and try their best
  • Students will come to class on time and ready to
    begin

6
Great Expectations
  • What can students expect from Mr. Aubrecht?
  • Mr. Aubrecht will be fair
  • Mr. Aubrecht will be respectful
  • Mr. Aubrecht will always have
  • high expectations
  • Mr. Aubrecht will challenge and support each
    student to reach his or her highest potential

7
Success and Celebrations
  • Cheers Cards
  • Tally Marks (Japanese and English)
  • Risk Chips (English)
  • Celebrations

8
Discipline Consequences
  • When a community agreement has been broken the
    teacher will give the student the following
  • A visual or verbal cue
  • A reminder of the broken agreement
  • A Think Sheet (parent communication)
  • If the problem persists, we will have a meeting
    with parents/guardians, teachers, and, if needed,
    the principal
  • Serious infractions will result in a phone call
    to parents as well as a Discipline Referral

9
  • Think Sheet
  • Name ____________ Date ______
  • During school today, I broke the following
    community agreement
  • (Check the triangle that applies to your
    situation.)
  • ? Be respectful
  • ? Be resourceful and do your best
  • ? Be safe
  • This is what I did _____________________________
    _________________
  • This is what I will do next time
    ___________________________________
  • This is how my family and teacher can help me
    _____________________
  • Student signature ________________________
  • ???????????????????
  • ???__________________
  • ??__________________
  • ?????????/?????????????????????????(??????????????
    ?)
  • ??????
  • ?????????????????
  • ??(????)???????
  • ???/???????_______________________________________
    _______________
  • ???/????????______________________________________
    ____________________
  • ????????????????/??????????_______________________
    _______________________
  • ??(???)????________
  • ??????____________
  • (?????????????????????????????????????????????????
    )

10
Mr. Aubrechts Goals
  • Create an engaging and fun learning environment
  • Meet new challenges with a positive attitude
  • Foster students love of learning
  • Help students Exceed State and District
    Benchmarks
  • Guide students understanding of their role in
    the classroom learning community
  • Help students see themselves as capable,
    independent learners
  • Help students establish a sense of responsibility
    and good study habits
  • Prepare students for Middle School

11
Reading Curriculum
  • Scott Foresman Curriculum
  • Weekly Vocabulary study
  • Weekly Spelling list
  • Strategies and Skills to help students reading
    and comprehension
  • Utilize a variety of texts
  • Classroom lending library
  • Novel studies

12
Writing
  • Journal writing
  • Revision and Editing process
  • Personal Narrative
  • Expository Writing- research and persuasive
  • Poetry
  • Workshop Model

13
Math, Science and Social Studies
  • Hands-on, integrated approach to learning
  • Units are in Japanese and half in English
  • Bridges Math Curriculum
  • Ecology and Variables Unit
  • Storyline Unit Japanese US Road Trip!
  • Social Studies Alive curriculum

14
Math, Science and Social Studies Websites
  • Math Standards http//www.pps.k12.or.us/departmen
    ts/curriculum/1891.htm
  • Science Standardshttp//www.pps.k12.or.us/files/cu
    rriculum/BenchmarksK5.pdf
  • Reading http//www.pps.k12.or.us/departments/curri
    culum/2015.htm
  • Social Studieshttp//www.pps.k12.or.us/files/curr
    iculum/BoardAppSSK5Stds.pdf

15
English Homework
  • Due every other Wednesday
  • Composition Notebooks
  • Reading Log with parent signature
  • Due 2 3 times a week
  • Math Home Connection

16
Communication
  • Email is the best way to contact us
  • Class email list for disseminating information
  • Weekly Updates sent via email
  • Student absence if you know in advance that your
    child will be absent please let us know
  • Please see our website for opportunities and
    resources throughout the year!

17
Grading
  • 4 grading periods throughout the year
  • Curricula and report card are aligned with state
    standards
  • Variety of formative and summative assessments
  • OAKS testing

18
Fact or Myth?
  • It is easier to learn a second language when
    young.
  • Just being in an immersion classroom will make
    children proficient in a second language.

Fact
Myth
  • Attentive Listening
  • Active Participation

19
ACTFL Proficiency Scale
University Global Scholar Benchmark
Graduation Benchmark GS Entrance Requirement
8th Grade Benchmark
5th Grade Benchmark
20
Japanese Speaking Rubric
21
Keys to Success to learn a second language
  • Attentive listening
  • Active Participation
  • Homework completion
  • Motivation
  • Perseverance and effort
  • Be reflective
  • Ask for help!!

22
Kanji Retention
The number of required Kanji Grade 1-3 learn 70
kanji Grade 4 learns 60 new kanji Grade5 learns
65 (40 more new kanji for those who want more
challenge) new kanji in addition to retain all
the previous kanji and combination kanji words.
23
Optimum Learning
Learning
Home
School
24
Japanese Homework
  • given on Thursday
  • due on the following Wednesday.
  • Kanji Practice
  • Writing/Vocabulary Practice (sometimes)
  • Reading text ---Read aloud once a day, five times
    a week and explain the content-----Must
    understand what you read.
  • Answer comprehension questions
  • Reciting poems or paragraphs--- minimum two or
    three a quarter (Ansho)

25
Basic Literacy Skills to master
  • Students are expected to be able to
  • decode and write all the Hiragana and Katakana
    with 100 of accuracy and fluency from memory.
  • read and write learned Kanji from memory
  • use three writing system appropriately
  • compose paragraph writing
  • read and comprehend various types of texts
  • pass state required speech work sample

26
Grading Procedure
  • The following assessments are used to give
    feedback to students and parents. sdfs
  • Hiragana / Katakana reading writing
  • Kakitori (Dictation)
  • Kanji reading and writing tests
  • Ansho (reciting)
  • Reading Comprehension tests
  • On-demand writing/speaking assignments
  • State required Speaking Work Sample
  • --- Presentation
  • Math skill tests

27
Japanese class weekly schedule
28
Miss Wakana Umemoto
5th grade intern
Hello, nice to meet you! I am from Osaka,
Japan. I love Oregon!
29
Japanese Speaking Parent Volunteers
  • Listen to individual students Ansho(reciting) or
    reading.
  • Work with students in a small group
  • Event help
  • Create materials
  • Clerical work

If you are interested in it, please sign up or
send me an e-mail.
30
Volunteer Opportunities
  • We need your expertise in any area of your
    interest!
  • Please sign up for volunteer opportunities for
    both English and Japanese classes.

31
Communication
  • In an effort to save paper, we'd like to
    communicate as much as possible with you
    electronically. We will send you newsletters,
    notices via e-mail.
  • Please check whether we have your correct e-mail
    address and correct your address if wrong .
  • Please refer to school calendar for any school
    event.

32
Attendance
  • When your child is absent, Please let the office
    know when your child is absent.
  • 805 Tardy Bell
  • When your child comes into class after tardy
    bell, your child will be marked tardy.

33
Mr. Aubrecht Ando senseis website
  • Go to Richmond Website http//www.pps.k12.or.us/s
    chools/richmond/
  • 2. Go to staff pages
  • Click Aubrecht, Bill English specific
    information
  • Click Ando, Atsuko Japanese specific information

34
IMPORTANT REMINDERS
  • Please Remember to
  • Sign up for a conference time. Conference
    dates Nov 21, Nov 25, Nov 26
  • Take home materials found on the desk outside.
  • Write questions on note cards to leave if we
    dont get to answer them.

35
Thank You
  • Bill Aubrecht - Mr. Aubrecht baubrech_at_pps.net
  • Atsuko Ando--Ando-sensei ando_at_pps.net
  • Wakana Umemoto Umemoto-sensei (Intern)
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