Welcome to Mrs Eva's Class
7:25-8:00 Read AR and Take Tests
8:45-10:30 McDonnell's Reading & Social Studies
10:30-11:00 Eva's Reading & Social Studies
11:20-12:45 Eva's Reading & Social Studies
1:20-2:00 Read 180, System 44, IReady, and Skill Cards
EAGLE of the Week!
This is our MVP, the Star Student!!
Each 5 day week, a student will be chosen as our Eagle of the Week. On Friday, the Student of the Week will get a certificate, a pencil, and get their picture taken for the MVP bulletin board. Congratulations!!
EAGLE of the Week!
Eagle of the Week
In reading I strive to increase the reading capabilities of all students through school-wide reading programs, literacy materials and resources, and ongoing collaboration with classroom teachers, parents and administrators. No subject is as important as reading. Students will use their reading skills whether they're in science, social studies or math class.
Homework: Read their AR book each night for 20 minutes and Practice the Weekly Fluency
Homework: Check planner each evening for Reading and Math HW
What to Say When Your Child Stops at a Difficult Word
Prompts to Help Students think about the meaning of the story…
-Did that make sense?
-Look at the pictures
-What happened in the story when ___?
-What do you think it might be?
-Can you re-read this?
-Did that sound right?
-Can you re-read that?
-Can you say it another way?
-What is another word that might fit here?
Prompts to help the student recognize structure errors…
Errors with Letters/Sounds
-Get Your Mouth Ready for that word. (have the child make the first sound in the word)
Does it look right?
What sound/letter does it start with?
What would you expect to see at the beginning, middle, and end?
Can you point to ____?
Do you see a chunk in that word that you know?
Do you know another word that looks like that word?
What to do if the child hesitates after reading a word…
Good readers are thinking about what they are reading and will stop when something doesn't sound right or look right.
I am very excited that this year our school has become a “Leader in Me” School. Based on a program created by Franklin Covey, Your child will be learning the 7 habits of highly effective people. You might hear your child referring to them at home. Our entire school will be involved in this effort, and it will become a part of Trafalgar’s values and core beliefs that EVERY child can be a LEADER!! We will help your child find their strengths and empower them to SHINE!
Habit 1: Be Proactive
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
Habit 6: Synergize
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR PLAN
Welcome to 5th grade. I am looking forward to working with you and your child this year. Together we can help your child achieve success with an enjoyable and productive year. In order to provide my students with the excellent educational climate they deserve, I will be using the following Behavior Plan. It follows the principles of our school-wide Positive Behavior Support plan. Every child has the right to learn and I will help all of my children achieve that goal in a safe and caring environment. Planners are stamped each morning with the expectation of a great day. Any problems will be noted beside that stamp. Please be sure to check and sign your child’s planner every evening. Feel free to contact me with any concerns or questions.
Be a learner.
Color Chart Outstanding Great Job Good Day Ready to Learn Think About It Teacher’s Choice Parent Contact
Daily Color Codes for Behavior
Green =Ready to learn! Treasure Box!
Yellow = A Very Good Day!
Orange = Great Day!!
Red = Outstanding Day!
Blue=1st warning, No consequence
Loss of privilege if a student turns to blue more then once in a week
Purple= 2 warnings, student/teacher conference
Pink= Time out/ automatic loss of privilege (Phone call home)