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Title: OPEN HOUSE


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OPEN HOUSE
  • SCHIESHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • THIRD GRADE

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  • I dreamed I stood in a studio
  • And watched two sculptors there-
  • The clay they used was a young childs mind
  • And they fashioned it with care.
  • One was a teacher the tools he used
  • Were book, music, and art.
  • The other, a parent worked
  • With a gentle, loving heart.
  • Day after day the teacher toiled
  • With touch that was deft and sure
  • While the parent labored by his side,
  • And polished and smoothed it oer.
  • Until at last their task was done,
  • They were proud of what they had wrought-
  • For the things they had modeled into the child
  • Could neither be sold or bought.

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Classroom Schedule - A.M.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
845-900 Opening Opening Opening Opening Opening
900-915 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
915-930 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
930-945 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
945-1000 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
1000-1015 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
1015-1030 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
1030-1045 Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way Language Arts/Literacy Block 945-1030 Computer Lab Journal Vocabulary Making Meaning Words Their Way
1045-1100 Math Math Math Math Math
1100-1115 Math Math Math Math Math
1115-1130 Math Math Math Math Math
1130-1145 Math Math Math Math Math
1145-1200 Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess
1200-1215 Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess
1215-1225 Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess Lunch/ Recess
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Classroom Schedule - P.M.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1230-1245 Music Class Mtg Writing PE LRC Computer Lab/Book Check-out
1245-100 Music Writing Writing PE LRC Computer Lab/Book Check-out
100-115 PE Writing Writing Music LRC Computer Lab/Book Check-out
115-130 PE Writing Writing LRC Computer Lab/Book Check-out
130-145 Writing Art PE Science Writing
145-200 Writing Art PE Science Writing
200-215 Writing Art Science Science Social Studies
215-230 Writing Art Science Science Social Studies
230-300 300-310 Social Studies Read Aloud Social Studies Social Studies Writing 2nd Step

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Priority Goals In Third Grade
  • 1. To teach children to develop good study
    habits.
  • 2. To teach children to organize their time.
  • 3. To teach children to assume
    responsibilities academically and
    socially.
  • 4. To provide more individual attention.
  • 5. To place emphasis on L.A. and Math Programs.
  • 6. To provide an atmosphere in which learning
    is fun.

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What to Expect
  • Every night your child should be doing
    independent readingReading Log.
  • Homework should be around 30 minutes a nigh.t
  • Please check your childs assignment notebook and
    Take Home folder every day.

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Student Expectations
  • Use Standard English
  • Say Please, Thank You, Excuse Me, Youre
    Welcome!
  • Talk Politely to Everyone
  • Walk in School
  • Act Responsibly in Class and Around the School

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Behavior Plan
  • Stop Light Program
  • Green-Keep it up!
  • Yellow-Warning
  • Red- Stop. Consequence given.
  • Red Card Consequences
  • 1st offense- warning
  • 2nd offense- conference with teacher and inside
    for recess
  • 3rd offense- call home and inside for recess
  • 4th offense- write up- conference with principal

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Behavior Plan
  • Children monitor their behavior with a monthly
    calendar.
  • Each day the cards are reset. Every child starts
    the day with a green card.
  • Red card violations are reset each trimester.

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Homework Policy
  • Assignments are given orally and posted on the
    assignment poster. The students are required to
    copy them in their assignment notebooks which are
    kept with the take home folders. The assignment
    notebook and folder are checked by the teacher,
    sent home, checked by the parents and returned
    the following school day with the completed
    assignments.
  • Time is given in class to begin an assignment.
    Any work not completed is considered homework.
  • If an assignment is overdue, a reminder notice
    (pink slip) is issued. Please sign and return it
    and the schoolwork the following day.
  • If your child is absent, an absent sheet is
    filled out containing the daily homework and
    other notices. You may request that the homework
    be sent home with another child, or you may pick
    it up in the office at the end of the day.

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Grading Scale
  • Letter grades in reading, math, and social
    studies.
  • A 90-100
  • B 89-80
  • C 79-70
  • D 69-60
  • F 59 and below

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Report Cards
  • Progress reports are sent home on an individual
    basis as needed midway through the trimester.
    Report cards are sent home at the end of the
    trimester, approximately every twelve weeks.

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  • THE BEST THING
  • TO SPEND
  • ON YOUR
  • CHILDREN
  • IS
  • TIME

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Ways You Can Help your Child
  • Read to children even after they have learned to
    read. Discuss the stories with them.
  • Give your child books as gifts.
  • Work together while your child finishes their
    homework.
  • Turn everyday chores into learning experiences.
  • Check their assignment sheets daily.

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  • THIRD GRADE CURRICULUM CONTENT

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LANGUAGE ARTS
  • Shared Reading- Making Meaning
  • Guided Reading- Scholastic Blue
  • Paragraph writing
  • Spelling
  • Cursive
  • Creative Writing
  • Poetry
  • Oral Communications
  • AR Tests- 7,8,7/Reading Logs
  • Curriculum is aligned to the Common Core
    Standards

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August, 2014 Dear Parents, Please take a moment
to read about the spelling program that we will
be using this year. Also, be sure to read the
attached page which outlines weekly word
activities for your child to complete at
home.   Words Their Way   Words Their Way is
described as a hands-on activity that allows
students to compare and contrast categories of
word features and discover similarities and
differences within and between categories.
During word study, spelling words are sorted in
routines that require students to examine,
discriminate and make critical judgments about
speech sounds, word structures, spelling
patterns, and meanings.   Commercial phonics,
spelling, and vocabulary programs are often
characterized by explicit skill instruction, a
systematic scope and sequence, and repeated
practice. Much of the repeated practice consists
of rote drill, so students have little
opportunity to manipulate word concepts or apply
critical thinking skills. Through active
exploration, word study teaches students to
examine words to discover the regularities,
patterns, and conventions of English that are
necessary to read and write.   Why is sorting
important?   Word sorts are interesting and fun
for students because they are hands-on and
manipulative. The process of sorting requires
students to pay attention to words and to make
logical decisions about their sound, pattern, and
or meaning as they sort each word.   Sorting
works from the known to the unknown. For
instance, students work with words or the names
of pictures that they can already pronounce.
This takes away the tedious behavior of sounding
out everything which subsequently detracts from
meaning and engagement.   Word sorts do not
rely on rote memorization or the recitation of
rules. During sorting, students determine
similarities and differences among targeted
features as they utilize higher level critical
thinking skills to make categorical judgments.
  Sorts are effective and offer more
concentrated practice than most commercial
phonics programs. Sorting doubles or triples the
number of examples children study, and they study
them in a shorter amount of time.  

Sincerely,

Miss Mizen  
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August, 2014 Dear
Parents,   Your childs spelling level has been
assessed, and based on that assessment, weve put
together words that are appropriate for your
child to learn at this time. The students will
be bringing home a collection of spelling words
on a weekly basis that have been introduced at
school. Each night of the week, your child is
expected to do a different activity to ensure
that these words and the spelling principles they
represent are mastered. These activities will be
modeled and practiced in school, so your child
should not have a problem with doing them.
  Monday Have your child cut the words apart.
Remind him/her to sort the words into categories
like the ones in school. Your child should read
each word aloud during this activity. Ask
him/her to explain to you why the words are
sorted in a particular way. Ask your child to
sort the words a second time as fast as possible.
  Tuesday Do a no peeking sort with your
child. Lay down a word (face up) from each
category as a header and then read the rest of
the words aloud. Your child should indicate
where each word goes without seeing it. Lay it
down and let your child move it into the correct
category if he/she was incorrect. Repeat if
he/she makes more than one error. Sometimes we
may call this a Blind Sort.   Wednesday Assist
your child in doing a word hunt, looking for
words in an AR book or other familiar book that
have a similar pattern as his/her spelling words.
Your child can write down the words that were
found.   Thursday Do a writing sort to
prepare for the Friday test. As you call out the
words in random order, your child should write
them into the correct categories. Call out any
words he/she misspells a second or even third
time.     The final test will be given on the
last day of the week unless our schedule changes.
Be sure to ask your child. There will be some
weeks when we will not have a sort. If your
child did not write SORT on their assignment
sheet and has written something else, then our
class will be working on something different that
week. Reviewing previous weeks sorts would be
beneficial.       Sincerely, Miss Mizen and
Mrs. Poremba  
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Independent Reading
  • To receive full credit on independent
    reading(AR), your child must read a minimum of
  • 1st trimester- seven books
  • 2nd trimester- eight books
  • 3rd trimester- seven books
  • Student can take Accelerated Reader test to
    receive credit on book read.
  • Student must receive 80 or better.
  • Book must be approved by teacher before test is
    taken.
  • Book must be at childs appropriate level or
    higher.
  • Failed test may be retaken with teacher
    permission.
  • Star Reading test is given each trimester to
    evaluate students.
  • Complete Reading/Math Log.

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Writing
  • Focus on three types of writing
  • Narrative
  • Explanatory
  • Persuasive
  • Pre-write- graphic organizer
  • Rough Draft
  • Final Draft
  • Poetry

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MATHEMATICS Curriculum Aligned to Common Core
State Standards
  • Unit 1-Measurement
  • Unit 2- Operations and Algebraic Thinking The
    Relationship between Multiplication and Division
  • Unit 3- Operations and Algebraic Thinking The
    Properties of Multiplication and Division
  • Unit 4- Operations and Algebraic Thinking
    Patterns in Addition and Multiplication
  • Unit 5- Geometry
  • Unit 6- Representing and Comparing Fractions

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Math Practices
  • Make sense of problems and persevere in solving
  • Reason abstractly and quantitatively
  • Construct viable arguments and critique reasoning
    of others
  • Model with math
  • Use appropriate tools strategically
  • Attend to precision
  • Look for and make use of structure
  • Look for and express regularity in repeated
    reasoning

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SCIENCE/HEALTH
  • Sound
  • Dinosaurs
  • People and Animals
  • The Human Body

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SOCIAL STUDIES
  • Maps
  • Native Americans
  • The Growth of Communities
  • Pioneers
  • Government
  • Lisle

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Technology
  • Microsoft Word
  • PowerPoint
  • Photo Story
  • Map Maker
  • Google Earth
  • Timeliner

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Field Trips
  • Field Museum- Dinosaurs and Pioneers
  • Fullersburg Woods- Life Cycle
  • Lisle Depot- History of Lisle

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Please check out our class web site for the
latest weekly information.
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  • Thank you for coming!! Julie Mizen(630)493-8132
  • jmizen_at_lisle202.org
  • Remember to sign Parent/Student Handbook
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