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Title: Welcome to Meet the Teacher


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Welcome to Meet the Teacher
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Welcome to Hollywood!
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Mrs. Arnolds First GradeRoom 12
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Shoemaker2014-2015REACH FOR THE STARS
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Welcome
An apple for the teacher Is really nothing
new, Except when you remember Parents are
teachers, too! Thanks for coming tonight!
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INFORMATION/RESOURCES
Curriculum Connection
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SPECIAL EFFECTS
  • DAY 1 Music Miss Super
  • DAY 2 None
  • DAY 3 Library Mrs. Mang
  • DAY 4 Art Mr. Shreck
  • DAY 5 Gym Mr. Burrell

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DIRECTOR Mrs. Arnold
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ABCS OF FIRST GRADE
Mrs. Arnold Taught 18 years at Lower Macungie and
1 year in Catholic school. This is my 29th year
teaching 1st grade and my tenth year at
Shoemaker. Head teacher and first grade-grade
level leader B.S. Shippensburg University
Masters at Kutztown University Elem Ed. 4
children-Andrew 25 Ashley 23, Alyssa 21, Austin
17 I am recently divorced after 3 years. Dating
Jim. Love stamping, dancing, walking, gardening,
singing, working on webpage and scrapbooking,
and watching my sons sports football,
wrestling, , track Love collecting apples,
Longaberger baskets, turtles I just celebrated
three years as an Independent Consultant for
Thirty-one! Busy, busy mom and teacher!
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My Straight As
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A Announcements from the Officeshow video
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B Be a Bucket Filler
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BOOKS Reading Harcourt Guided Reading Books BOOK
BAGS Leveled books Library books Theme
books Silent Reading Books
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C - Communication Homebook Folder Take Home
Folder Homebooks First Grade Flash Website Electro
nic Backpack E-mail Blasts E-Newsletter PLEASE
make sure your are getting my e-mails.
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Conferences Sign up for a time slot
tonight! Please write your childs name. Please
let me know if you have siblings in the school
and the name of the teacher as well. November Apri
l
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COMMON CORESTANDARDS CURRICULUM I CAN
STATEMENTS ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
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Close Reading
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CAFE
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D-DAILY 5 Read to Self Read to Someone(GuidedReadi
ng) Listen to Reading Writing Word Work Good Fit
Books Teaching Stamina More time reading Fosters
Independence
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D- DRA2s Form of Assessment used to determines
students Independent Reading Level and to help
plan for instructional level during guided
reading instruction.
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E-MAIL Parnold_at_eastpennsd.org Our Executive
Producer is Mrs. Brinckman E-mail each
Friday e-mail blasts E-newsletters
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Our Executive Producer is Mrs. Brinckman
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Folders Important sources of communication. Check
daily. Please initial. First Grade Flash Fluency
Checks
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FIRST GRADE DIRECTORS
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G - Guided Reading Reading with students in small
groups. Instructing at their instructional level
using leveled books to meet individual needs and
challenge them. More emphasis on Non fiction text
and making connections with the text to self,
text and their world. Assess with DRA and Running
Records
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Grades Conferences Nov. and April Computerized
Checklist assessing the standards Grades given in
Math and LA in April and June Assessments DRA2,
RTI fluency checks, chapter and unit tests,
vocab., spelling, student work and teacher
observations. More emphasis on student learning
then the grades.
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H Homebook Folders and Homework Helpers Little
Readers- Every Wednesday Practice Reading, Answer
Question, and Write sentences Vocabulary Every
Friday Spelling Math Facts
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  • Health Lessons on nutrition, safety, drug and
    alcohol prevention are taught. (6 lessons each
    year September-October
  • Handwriting emphasis on neatness, spacing, and
    using guidelines

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Healthy Snacks We eat snack when time
permits sugar not the first ingredient New
policy no birthday treats Nonedible treats are
welcome! Animal crackers, fruit or veggies, fish,
pretzels, popcorn PLEASE NO NUTS
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I - Internet Computers Shoemaker Website
http//www.new.eastpenn.k12.pa.us/shoemaker/ Mrs.
Arnolds Website http//www.eastpennsd.org/teache
rpages/parnold/ RAZ KIDS.com Paswordparnoldf
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J - Join in on PTO functions! Please help
supportKidstuff books, coupon, Schwans,
Read-a-thon, Rollerskating, and much more! SPIRIT
WEAR SALE!
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K Plant Seeds of Kindness A little kindness
goes a long way Treat others the way you want to
be treated.
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Lunch Money Lunch Cards Please put money in an
envelope with childs name , ID and room on
the check or envelope. LIBRARY BOOKS Please
return on Day 3 for 2 new books.
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Language Arts Alphabet Letter
Sounds (Consonants, blends, digraphs,
vowels) Beginning Ending Sounds in New
Words Parts of speech Nouns, verbs,
adjectives Weekly Vocabulary Weekly
Spelling/phonics skill GUIDED READING meets each
student at his or her instructional level! Close
Reading Daily 5 CAFE
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Language Arts Strategic Readers promoting
problems solving and higher level thinking skills
through questioning techniques Cause Effect in
a Story Story Structure Predicting Events
Endings Sequencing a Story Retelling a
Story Making Inferences Distinguishing Between
Fiction and Non-Fiction Integrate with Science
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Math M Math Differentiating
Instruction MATH CENTERS Harcourt Math Shift on
how you teach it Emphasis on problem solving and
inquiry method Math Vocabulary Using
Manipulatives Problem Solvers and
Thinkers Computer and internet Learning Facts
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Math Concepts Numbers Number sense to
120 Addition facts to 20 Subtraction facts to
20 Graphing and Sorting Place Value Comparing
Numbers Patterns Time Money Geometry Fractions M
easurement
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Notes to me Send in homebook folder
N- Nurse Adults must bring in medicine
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OPEN HOUSE - OSCAR NIGHT May Mark your calendar!
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P Parents VIP Youre your childs First
Teacher Partnership Parent Pick up Be here at
300 before buses Please write a note if your
child will be picked up. Please use the
crosswalks and wait at flag pole. Please notify
me of any changes in bus or pick up
procedures. Please do not drop students off
before 845 a.m. Playground please dress
appropriately Go outside 27 degrees
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Quiet Time Whats that??????????? Questioning ????
??????? Pop the Question
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  • R - ROUTINES, RESPECT, RULES, RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Whole Group, Small Flexible Groups, Workshops
  • Classroom Management Key to Success
  • 3 reminders using stars and incentive charts
  • Reinforcement at home-homebook
  • Responsible to complete homework and daily work
  • neatly and Use time wisely Practice self control
  • Follow directions
  • R - ROUTINES, RESPECT, RULES, RESPONSIBILITIES
  • We do not hurt people on the inside or outside!
  • Respect Teacher, each other, self, other adults,
    property
  • Monthly Guidance lessons reinforce Character
    Traits
  • Movie Theater/Puzzle/Work as a Team

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STORY/SNACK sign up tonight! Please sign
up-Bring 3-5 books and snack for class On
Wednesdays. Please sign in the office and get
visitors badge. Healthy Snacks please! Need to
fill out Affidavit. STARS Reach for the
Stars STAR OF THE WEEK
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S STEM Science Technology Engineering
Math Love science, integrate, science center
days, plant the garden
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T-Telephone Phone is 610-965-1626 ext.
33112 Technology - notebook and powerpoint
presentations, computers, websites, Macs, PCs,
i-pads THANK YOU ! Thanks for all your
help! TURTLESlove them
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TURTLESlove them
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U - Unfinished Work Give time to finish Some work
we do together or in small groups, some
corrected. Complete any unfinished work at home.
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V - Vocabulary Introduced each week Vocab. Books
due on Friday Volunteers VIP Clearances and
Volunteer Affidavit Vacations Please fill out a
trip form 2 prior to trip. .
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W W - WIN Win Time What I Needstudents are
grouped according to their needs sight words,
fluency, phonics, comprehension, enrichment
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  • EXPECTATIONS
  • If we have high eXpectations they will meet
    them!
  • EXTRA
  • Each child is X-tra special in Room 12!
  • Please send an excuse if absent
  • Pick a popcorn for donations and sign up for
    story and snack
  • Student ID s for cafeteria

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Y -YOU! I cant do it with out you. You are an
important part of your childs life! So thank you
for your support and help throughout the year!
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A TO Z First grade is the place to be!
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The End
  • Credits
  • A special thank you to our cast, crew, parents,
    Executive Producer, and the Shoemaker Production
    Team.
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