Back to School Night in Second Grade

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Our Team
Ms. P (2nd Grade Teacher)
Ms. K (Instructional Aide)
Ms. Caruso (GW Intern)
Nurse Hogan
Ms. Z (Literacy Coach)
Welcome
A Day in the Life of Second Grade begins with
Morning Meeting:
Greeting and Share
My name is X and I am Y’s parent. One thing I would put
on my writer’s notebook is . . .
Message
Schedule
Energizer-Me too!
A little bit more about me . . .
This is my 7th year of teaching and my 4th time
working in second grade; however, this is my first
time working as a general education teacher.
I also work as a part-time literacy coach for the
DCCC. I love teaching writing.
My husband and I live near Eastern Market in Capitol
Hill.
Reader’s Workshop:
1 hour to 1 hour and 15 min
Mini-lesson focused on a particular reading strategy and
standard:
http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/RL/2
C.A.F.E. Time
Comprehension (Guided reading and read to self)
Accuracy (Word Work)
Fluency (Listening Center)
Expanding schema (Station work around language standards)
Writer’s Workshop45 minutes a day to 1 hour
Builds off of Reader’s Workshop and learning to
“Read like writers”
Mini-lesson focused on craft, structure, and
conventions.
Focuses on writing from the students’
experiences and authentic and purposeful
contexts and audiences!
Community Building
Our classroom uses the Responsive Classroom
approach to community building and classroom
discipline.
Please see our Class Constitution to see the
class rules YOUR students came up with to
support their own hopes and dreams for second
grade.
Content Areas
Science
Social Studies
Birds
American Indians
H2O and Weather Matters
World Cultures and
Geography
Plants, Insects, and
Habitats
Life Then and Now: A
Pioneer and Inventions
Study
Math Workshop90 minutes a day Tues-Fri
Today’s number and calendar work.
Problem of the Day
Mini-lesson
Small group practice
Fluency Activity and Exit ticket
http://www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/2/NBT
Our Curriculum Sequence
Math
ELA
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Intro to Place
Value and Word
Problems
Place value to
1,000 and
adding and
subtracting
within 100
Time, Money,
Geometry,
Arrays and
repeated
addition
Measuring &
estimating
length
Reading
Informational
History Texts
Reading
traditional
literature
(folktales,
fairytales, and
fables)
Reading
informational
texts
Reading
Literature and
Informational
Science Texts
Intro to
Grammar
Poetry and
figurative
language
Graphing
Responsive Instruction
Formative
Assessments
End of unit tests
Rubrics
Anet quarterly assessments
Class work
Homework
Summative
Assessments
DCCAS in:
Reading
Math
Report Cards
DIBELS and TRC
Homework
Homework is assigned in a packet distributed at the
beginning of the week and should be initialed and
returned in the HW folder daily.
In the first quarter students will be assigned 1 assignment
a night plus their reading log. Later in the year, math
homework will be assigned every night.
Spelling homework will begin after pre-assessments are
completed. Bi-weekly spelling packets will be sent home
to practice high frequency words to help increase writing
fluency.
Scholastic Book Orders
Field Trips and
Celebrations
Class Parent: Val Guerrier (Tasmine’s Mom )
[email protected]
Birthday celebrations on Fridays during lunch
We are hoping to plan field trips to the American
Indian Museum this October-November, the
Kennedy Center in December, and either the
Botanical Garden or the Insect Zoo at the
Natural History Museum.
Communication
http://www.rosselementary.org/
[email protected]
571-230-0910 (cell)—feel free to call or text
Thank you!!
Questions?
Feel free to call, text, email me, drop by or put
your questions or comments at the Parking Lot.
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