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Title: Welcome to 5th Grade Parent Information Night


1
Welcome to 5th Grade Parent Information Night
  • Fifth Grade Team Members
  • Marcy Renoux
  • Stephanie Cohen
  • Anne Sobba
  • Johanna West

2
5th Grade Daily Schedule
  • 820-850 Math Workshop
  • 850-1020 Language Arts (reading, spelling,
    grammar, writing)
  • 1020-1120 Specials
  • 1120-1150 Readers Workshop (everyone)
  • 1150-1220 Science/Social Studies/ Readers
    Workshop (some)
  • 1230-1255 Lunch
  • 100-200 Math
  • 200-220 Recess
  • 220-300 Science/Social Studies (continued)
  • - M PE/Music T Art W Character Ed./Tech
    time Th PE/Music
  • F Library
  • Band M/W 200-230 Strings T/Th 200-230

3
Reading Information
  • Wonders Series
  • Strategies for reading
  • Reading for meaning
  • Text structures
  • Elements of a story
  • Authors purpose and point of
  • view
  • Asking and answering higher level questions
  • Responding to literature
  • Reading all text types in literature
    (informational and narrative)
  • We do a combination of shared reading, close
    reading, explicit instruction (whole and small
    group), and reciprocal teaching to meet all
    childrens needs.

4
Grammar and Spelling
  • Students will have a spelling list each week,
    with a post test given on Friday.
  • Spelling is linked directly to vocabulary,
    reading, and writing.
  • The focus is on developing word knowledge and
    good spelling habits by utilizing phonics skills,
    recognizing patterns, as well as the use of
    prefixes, suffixes, and roots.
  • Grammar and vocabulary work comes from the
    Wonders series and occurs daily. Assignments
    will be given from the series, however
    supplemental practice will be given as needed.

5
Fifth Grade Math Concepts
  • Place value of whole numbers decimals
  • Division Multiplication of larger numbers
  • Interpreting graphs, tables, charts
  • Verbalizing Math Processes Skills
  • Simplifying fractions
  • Adding, subtracting
  • multiplying fractions
  • Mixed numbers
  • Problem Solving
  • Decimals

6
5th Grade Writing Focus
  • Six-trait writing
  • Writing solid paragraphs, short essays
    (narrative, expository, persuasive, and
    technical), and research papers
  • Proofreading Peer Editing to produce a Final
    Copy
  • Grammar
  • Use of Figurative Language

7
Science and Social Studies
  • Maps and the Themes of Geography
  • Early Americans
  • Explorers
  • Colonization
  • Revolutionary War
  • American Government
  • Economics
  • Scientific Process
  • Human Body Systems
  • Matter
  • Solar System
  • Changing Earth Environment
  • Heroes Project ?

8
Math and Reading Workshops
  • The intent is to meet the individual
    academic needs of all students in a
  • small group setting.
  • Groups are determined by data collected through
    various assessments and classroom work.
  • Groups work on specific sets of skills in which
    students are having difficulties.
  • Groups change throughout the year based on needs
    and new data collected.

9
Staying Organized
  • Student Binder
  • Your childs binder will contain the following
    planner, notes/handouts/study guides for each
    subject, in-class assignments, and the daily
    homework.
  • Planner/Assignment Book
  • This will contain the objectives covered for the
    day and will be filled out completely for you to
    review and sign. Students are to bring back
    their planner to school the following day.
  • Friday Folder
  • The Friday Folder will go home on Friday night
    and needs to be returned to school the following
    Monday. It will also contain important
    information from the classroom/school. Graded
    work will also be sent home in this folder.
    Please sign the sheet on the inside of the folder
    to acknowledge that you have reviewed the
    contents.

10
Daily Assignments
  • 5th graders are expected to read 10-15 minutes
    every night.
  • 5th grade students are expected to have, on
    average, 50 minutes of homework/class
    assignments each night per district guidelines.
  • Monday-Thursday Daily homework for reading and
    math, Daily Math homework page (5 problems),
    and any in-class assignments that the student
    needs to have completed for class the next day.
  • Friday Most assessments are given on this day.
    No homework and few in-class assignments are
    given on Fridays ?.

11
Daily Assignments
  • Any in-class assignment that is not finished
    at school will go home for completion and will be
    due the following day. If an assignment is not
    completed the following day, the student will
    highlight it in his/her planner. 10 will be
    deducted from their grade once it is completed
    and turned in to me.
  • Students will have the chance to complete any
    unfinished work on Friday in the Opportunity
    Room for 20 minutes. Students that have turned
    in all homework/assignments will participate in
    our Fun Friday time ?. Any assignment not
    received by the end of the quarter will result in
    a 0 in the gradebook.

12
CARE cards
  • Our class expectation is that every day, each
    person demonstrates Productivity Effort
    Responsibility and Kindness. These align with
    our CARE goals for the school.
  • Students have a punch card at their desk. They
    receive punches for demonstrating these
    expectations. When they have 20 punches, they
    choose a reward from the list of choices the
    class developed together.
  • The class has a punch card, too ?! When the
    class receives compliments from other adults in
    the building, they receive a punch. 20 punches
    a class reward!
  • Emphasis is on personal accountability as well as
    teamwork.

13
Celebrating Your Childs Birthday
  • Please feel free to send treats to school for
    your childs birthday. Please send treats that
    can be cleaned up easily and do not require
    cutting (if they do, please send the proper
    utensils). For example Cupcakes, Cookies, or
    Ice Cream Bars.
  • Birthdays are celebrated at different times
    throughout the day so it is best to send the
    treats to school in the morning.
  • Please do not have your child pass out
    invitations to his/her birthday party, unless
    every child in the class is invited. Feelings
    can be hurt.

14
Odds and Ends
  • Field Tripswe may need parent chaperones to help
    supervise students. No siblings are allowed to
    accompany the class. You will not be grouped
    with your child.
  • Lunch- If you choose to eat lunch with your
    child, you may bring lunch for the two of you,
    but not other students.

15
Ways to Communicate
  • Note in the Planner
  • E-Mail Me marcyrenoux_at_smsd.org
  • Phone Call before or after school
  • 993-4033 or 993-4000(office)
  • Send a quick note with your child to school.

16
  • I promise you every day your
  • children will learn something.
  • Some days theyll bring it
  • home in their hands.
  • Some days theyll bring it
  • home in their heads.
  • And some days theyll bring
  • it home in their hearts.
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