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1st Grade 101 2014-2015
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Our Schedule
  • 750-845 Readers Workshop
  • 850-945 Specials
  • 945-1005 Social Studies
  • 1005-1100 Writers Workshop
  • 1100-1205 Science
  • 1205-1235 Lunch
  • 1235-105 Recess
  • 105-135 Math Problem Solving Block
  • 135-240 Math
  • 245 Dismissal

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S.T.A.R Binders(Students Taking Active
Responsibility)
  • Daily Behavior Log-initial every night
  • Resources- spelling lists, handwriting, etc.
  • Reading Log
  • Emails are sent home weekly with an attached
    newsletter.if you are not getting them please go
    to your home access center and check your email
    address!! ?

11
Home Access Center (HAC)
  • Online portal for grades
  • Log-in information mailed home from the District
  • Contact front office if you need assistance with
    log-in information
  • Update email address and phone number
  • Progress report 3rd week of the six weeks
  • Report card after the 6th week of the six weeks

12
Behavior Plan
13
Eagles in Flight
  • Qualifications
  • Passing all subjects on report card
  • All assignments turned in are complete, on time,
    and represent a desire for QUALITY
  • Assumes responsibility for appropriate behavior
    by following our Social Contract. (see bottom of
    calendar for more details)
  • No more than 3 tardies

14
Pick up
The final bell rings at 245 pm. If you would
like to pick up your child prior to 230 pm, you
must go to the office and sign your child out.
The office will then call the classroom and have
the child sent to the office with his/her things.
Please send a note with your child if their
mode of transportation changes. If you forget
to send a note, please call the office PRIOR TO
230
Car Rider Tags
Color-coded by grade level Visible during
dismissal Please let the office know if you need
extras
15
Snacks
  • Since the brain works better when fed frequently
    we have a morning snack. Snack time is around
    945 a.m. Water is the only drink allowed.
  • Students are responsible for bringing their own
    snack
  • Snacks should be healthy
  • Remind your child they are NOT allowed to share
    snacks, especially with the risk of food
    allergies.

16
Report Cards/ Progress Reports
  • You will only be able to access your childs
    grades online. Visit the home access center and
    log in to view your egrades.
  • Stop by the front office to request a hard copy
    of the report card if you would prefer a hard
    copy instead of viewing it online!

17
Routines Rituals
The Pit James Nottingham, Dr. John Edwards
http//sustainedsuccess.blogspot.com/2009/06/learn
ing-pit.html
18
Math Workshop
  • Goal To create independent problem solvers
  • 1st Twenty Days expectations
  • Workshop Model
  • Mini Lesson
  • Workshop Time
  • Closure Meeting

New Math TEKS Textbook Adoption
TEKS first implemented this school year
(2014-2015).
19
Social Studies
  • The Big Idea in social studies is, Being a
    good citizen.
  • We will examine how we show our patriotism in
    many different ways
  • Following rules in the everyday world
  • The Golden Rule

20
Readers Workshop
  • Goal Reading with Meaning (Comprehension)
  • Becoming lifelong readers.
  • Workshop Model Mini Lesson, Work Period,
    Closing meeting
  • Small Group Instruction
  • Guided Reading Groups
  • Reading Homework read at least 20 minutes each
    night
  • BOY (beginning of the year) reading DRA text
    level 6
  • MOY (middle of the year) reading DRA text level
    14
  • EOY (end of the year) reading DRA text level 20
  • .

21
Haslets Reading Program
  • Purpose To encourage students love of reading
  • Structure, timeline, and incentives to be
    revealed at the Hall of Fame assembly on Friday,
    October 3rd.

22
Writers Workshop
  • The goal in first grade is to turn large moments
    in to small moments.
  • Students will be drafting and revising
    compositions to increase their conventions, word
    choice, and writing fluency skills.
  • Workshop Model
  • Mini Lesson
  • Work Period
  • Closing meeting
  • BOY (beginning of the year) writing stage between
    stages 3-6
  • EOY (end of the year) writing stage between
    stages 4-6

23
Science Inquiry
  • We want our students to experience science in a
    real way.
  • We will use life experiences and experiments.
  • Many experiments are open-ended, in addition to
    doing them at school they can also be conducted
    at home, resulting in different outcomes.
  • Outdoor learning center

New Science Textbook Adoption
Same TEKS (content) New textbooks
24
Specials (Art, Music, PE)
  • Discipline Procedures
  • In grades K-2 Slips given to them to be signed
    by parents and returned the next day.
  • In grades 3-5 Instead of slips, students will
    sign their name and write down what they did in a
    discipline log in class and you will then receive
    an email with a brief explanation of what
    happened.
  • A few warnings given before ever sending your
    child home with a slip or sending that email.
  • Here is how this system will affect your childs
    conduct grade on their report card
  • In P.E. (in a six weeks)
  • 3 slips/emails N
  • 4 slips/emails U
  • In ART and MUSIC (in a six weeks)
  • 2 slips/emails N
  • 3 slips/emails U
  • You might notice that for P.E. the conduct grade
    does not go down to an N until 3 slips/emails are
    given. This is because your child attends P.E.
    twice as much as art and music.

25
Homework
  • Reading homework 20 minutes a day. This could
    include library books or guided reading book
    practice.
  • Spelling homework new words will be reviewed in
    class and tested on Friday.
  • Math homework-practice addition and subtraction
    fact fluency

26
Volunteers
  • We can use HELP in out of our Classrooms
  • In the class
  • Reading Buddies
  • Classroom Reader
  • Math Buddies
  • Outside the class
  • Volunteer to help with sorting and cutting
    materials that can be done at home.
  • Making copies for the class once a week.
  • Please make sure you have filled out a district
    Volunteer form so that you can work with students.

27
Thank you for attending our presentation. If you
have any questions, comments or concerns, feel
free to contact us! See you at the PTA meeting
at 600 pm in the cafeteria!
Kristin Devito-406kdevito_at_nisdtx.org817.698.1861
Shamyria Moore-408smoore01_at_nisdtx.org 817.215
.0878 Katie Cline-405kcline_at_nisdtx.org817.215.
0872
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Title: 1st Grade 101


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1st Grade 101 2014-2015
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(No Transcript)
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(No Transcript)
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(No Transcript)
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(No Transcript)
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(No Transcript)
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(No Transcript)
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(No Transcript)
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Our Schedule
  • 750-845 Readers Workshop
  • 850-945 Specials
  • 945-1005 Social Studies
  • 1005-1100 Writers Workshop
  • 1100-1205 Science
  • 1205-1235 Lunch
  • 1235-105 Recess
  • 105-135 Math Problem Solving Block
  • 135-240 Math
  • 245 Dismissal

10
S.T.A.R Binders(Students Taking Active
Responsibility)
  • Daily Behavior Log-initial every night
  • Resources- spelling lists, handwriting, etc.
  • Reading Log
  • Emails are sent home weekly with an attached
    newsletter.if you are not getting them please go
    to your home access center and check your email
    address!! ?

11
Home Access Center (HAC)
  • Online portal for grades
  • Log-in information mailed home from the District
  • Contact front office if you need assistance with
    log-in information
  • Update email address and phone number
  • Progress report 3rd week of the six weeks
  • Report card after the 6th week of the six weeks

12
Behavior Plan
13
Eagles in Flight
  • Qualifications
  • Passing all subjects on report card
  • All assignments turned in are complete, on time,
    and represent a desire for QUALITY
  • Assumes responsibility for appropriate behavior
    by following our Social Contract. (see bottom of
    calendar for more details)
  • No more than 3 tardies

14
Pick up
The final bell rings at 245 pm. If you would
like to pick up your child prior to 230 pm, you
must go to the office and sign your child out.
The office will then call the classroom and have
the child sent to the office with his/her things.
Please send a note with your child if their
mode of transportation changes. If you forget
to send a note, please call the office PRIOR TO
230
Car Rider Tags
Color-coded by grade level Visible during
dismissal Please let the office know if you need
extras
15
Snacks
  • Since the brain works better when fed frequently
    we have a morning snack. Snack time is around
    945 a.m. Water is the only drink allowed.
  • Students are responsible for bringing their own
    snack
  • Snacks should be healthy
  • Remind your child they are NOT allowed to share
    snacks, especially with the risk of food
    allergies.

16
Report Cards/ Progress Reports
  • You will only be able to access your childs
    grades online. Visit the home access center and
    log in to view your egrades.
  • Stop by the front office to request a hard copy
    of the report card if you would prefer a hard
    copy instead of viewing it online!

17
Routines Rituals
The Pit James Nottingham, Dr. John Edwards
http//sustainedsuccess.blogspot.com/2009/06/learn
ing-pit.html
18
Math Workshop
  • Goal To create independent problem solvers
  • 1st Twenty Days expectations
  • Workshop Model
  • Mini Lesson
  • Workshop Time
  • Closure Meeting

New Math TEKS Textbook Adoption
TEKS first implemented this school year
(2014-2015).
19
Social Studies
  • The Big Idea in social studies is, Being a
    good citizen.
  • We will examine how we show our patriotism in
    many different ways
  • Following rules in the everyday world
  • The Golden Rule

20
Readers Workshop
  • Goal Reading with Meaning (Comprehension)
  • Becoming lifelong readers.
  • Workshop Model Mini Lesson, Work Period,
    Closing meeting
  • Small Group Instruction
  • Guided Reading Groups
  • Reading Homework read at least 20 minutes each
    night
  • BOY (beginning of the year) reading DRA text
    level 6
  • MOY (middle of the year) reading DRA text level
    14
  • EOY (end of the year) reading DRA text level 20
  • .

21
Haslets Reading Program
  • Purpose To encourage students love of reading
  • Structure, timeline, and incentives to be
    revealed at the Hall of Fame assembly on Friday,
    October 3rd.

22
Writers Workshop
  • The goal in first grade is to turn large moments
    in to small moments.
  • Students will be drafting and revising
    compositions to increase their conventions, word
    choice, and writing fluency skills.
  • Workshop Model
  • Mini Lesson
  • Work Period
  • Closing meeting
  • BOY (beginning of the year) writing stage between
    stages 3-6
  • EOY (end of the year) writing stage between
    stages 4-6

23
Science Inquiry
  • We want our students to experience science in a
    real way.
  • We will use life experiences and experiments.
  • Many experiments are open-ended, in addition to
    doing them at school they can also be conducted
    at home, resulting in different outcomes.
  • Outdoor learning center

New Science Textbook Adoption
Same TEKS (content) New textbooks
24
Specials (Art, Music, PE)
  • Discipline Procedures
  • In grades K-2 Slips given to them to be signed
    by parents and returned the next day.
  • In grades 3-5 Instead of slips, students will
    sign their name and write down what they did in a
    discipline log in class and you will then receive
    an email with a brief explanation of what
    happened.
  • A few warnings given before ever sending your
    child home with a slip or sending that email.
  • Here is how this system will affect your childs
    conduct grade on their report card
  • In P.E. (in a six weeks)
  • 3 slips/emails N
  • 4 slips/emails U
  • In ART and MUSIC (in a six weeks)
  • 2 slips/emails N
  • 3 slips/emails U
  • You might notice that for P.E. the conduct grade
    does not go down to an N until 3 slips/emails are
    given. This is because your child attends P.E.
    twice as much as art and music.

25
Homework
  • Reading homework 20 minutes a day. This could
    include library books or guided reading book
    practice.
  • Spelling homework new words will be reviewed in
    class and tested on Friday.
  • Math homework-practice addition and subtraction
    fact fluency

26
Volunteers
  • We can use HELP in out of our Classrooms
  • In the class
  • Reading Buddies
  • Classroom Reader
  • Math Buddies
  • Outside the class
  • Volunteer to help with sorting and cutting
    materials that can be done at home.
  • Making copies for the class once a week.
  • Please make sure you have filled out a district
    Volunteer form so that you can work with students.

27
Thank you for attending our presentation. If you
have any questions, comments or concerns, feel
free to contact us! See you at the PTA meeting
at 600 pm in the cafeteria!
Kristin Devito-406kdevito_at_nisdtx.org817.698.1861
Shamyria Moore-408smoore01_at_nisdtx.org 817.215
.0878 Katie Cline-405kcline_at_nisdtx.org817.215.
0872
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