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Title: Welcome to the Class of 2016 Author: Lake Travis ISD Last modified by: GIL, RHONDA Created Date: 8/23/2006 3:54:05 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Welcome to the Class of 2024


1
Welcome to the Class of 2024
  • Michelle Thiel
  • Cindy Figueiredo
  • Heather Boyer
  • LuAnne Ainsworth
  • Rhonda Gil

2
Please Keep in Touch
  • Email is an effective way to reach us during the
    day

3
Conferences
  • Planning Period
  • 1200-1250
  • Feel free to schedule a meeting during this time.
  • Beginning of Year Conferences
  • October 3rd
  • October 8th

4
Academic Expectations
  • Grades based on a 100 point scale
  • Assignments below 75 will be retaught
  • Upon Reteach
  • Final Grade ? original grade will be averaged
    with a 75

5
Grade Weights
  • Assessments ? 50
  • Math
  • Assessments broken down (Tests 30 Quizzes 20)
    50
  • Daily Work ? 40
  • Homework / Participation ? 10
  • Computer
  • 100 Based on completion of assignments and
    participation

6
Viewing your childs grades online
  • LPE website Site Shortcuts txConnect
  • Log in or Create a New Account

7
Tx Connect
8
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9
Get your Portal ID
  • Need your childs Portal ID? 
  • To obtain your unique Portal ID,
    contact portalhelpdesk_at_ltisdschools.org  or call
    (512) 533-6029.

10
Language Arts Block
  • Warm- Up Daily get in gear activities such as,
    Making Words, journaling, analogies and grammar
    corrections.
  • Spelling using phonetic patterns (students will
    have option of assessment on list 1 or list 2)
  • Writers Workshop Students will use the Writing
    Process to compose original writing pieces.
  • Vocabulary We will focus on several vocabulary
    words each week to expand our students
    vocabulary.
  • DNA Did not answer

11
Reading Block
  • Use of novels, reading anthology, other printed
    materials
  • Skills in vocabulary, comprehension, main idea,
    literary elements, conclusions, summaries,
    sequence, authors purpose, etc.

12
Math Block
  • Check homework
  • Daily lessons centered around State Curriculum
  • Wednesday is Assessment Day
  • Alternating between Tests and Quizzes
  • Friday is Reflection Day
  • Self-analysis of missed test questions
  • Motivational Math Workbook
  • Hands on Approach reinforced through strategic
    games, manipulative, visuals and rotations.
  • DNA Did not answer

13
Online Textbooks
14
Homework ?Students copy assignments in planner
  • Reading- 20 minutes per night complete Reading
    Log page
  • Spelling- Practice words twice a week through
    different assignments
  • Quiz on Thursdays.
  • Spelling Café (ABC order, Sentences, Story
    Writing, etc).
  • Math- Daily Homework assigned on Monday
  • Monday 1 page (usually from the Motivational
    Math workbook)
  • Tuesday Study Guide to prepare for Quiz or Test
  • Wednesday 1 page (usually from the Motivational
    Math workbook)
  • Thursday 1 page (usually from the Motivational
    Math workbook)
  • Science - Solar System Project
  • Social Studies- Hot Spots Project Culture Doll
    Project

15
Math Reading STAAR
  • Your child will take the Math and Reading STAAR
    test for the first time this year. We will be
    working to practice the STAAR format throughout
    the school year.
  • STAAR Testing Dates
  • April 21st ? Math
  • April 22nd ? Reading

16
Social Studies Block
  • Social Studies in the third grade offers the
    student a chance to explore his/her community
    more in depth.
  • Students uncover their communitys unique
    history, personalities, cultures, and landmarks.
  • We will journey through a regional tour where
    students will learn about different regions in
    our country.
  • Projects Hot Spots, Culture Dolls

17
Science Block
  • Units of Study
  • Matter
  • Weather
  • Force, Motion and Energy
  • Natural World
  • Solar System
  • Ecosystems
  • Hands-on Experiments using the Scientific Method

18
Tuesday Folders
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99
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99
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98
98
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19
Student Expectations
  • Citizenship Grades
  • E 95-100
  • S 90-94
  • S 85-89
  • S- 80-84
  • N 75-79
  • U 70 -74
  • Conduct points lost for
  • Unfortunate behavior
  • Late / Incomplete homework

20
General Information
  • Birthday celebrations
  • Last Friday of each month (typically)
  • From 230-245
  • The home room parent will notify the appropriate
    families for the birthday celebrations.

21
  • Thank you for your time. We are looking forward
    to a fabulous school year!
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