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  • Title I &CCSS

    Noche de Informacin para Padres

    Todo traducido a travs de Google Translate - https://translate.google.com/?hl=en&tab=TT

  • What is Title IFederal money to support students who qualify for free/reduced lunchEl dinero federal para apoyar a los estudiantes que califican para almuerzo gratis / reducido Currently LE has approximately 76% of our student population qualify for free/reduced lunch program. Actualmente LE tiene aproximadamente el 76% de nuestra poblacin estudiantil califica para el programa de almuerzo gratis / reducido. Money spent is to supplement the Districts core curriculum and to provide interventions for struggling students. El dinero gastado es para complementar el currculo bsico del distrito y proporcionar intervenciones para estudiantes con dificultades.

  • How Lemoore Elementary spends Title I moneyLearning Coordinator Coordinador de aprendizajeGrade level supplemental materials.Nivel de grado materiales suplementarios. El desarrollo profesional (formacin de maestros) Recursos Common Core ELA y matemticas Weekly Reader Tecnologa

  • Title I CommitteesSchool Site Council: Advisory committee that gives input to the school site plan and budgetary decisions. Consejo Escolar: comit consultivo que da entrada al plan de la escuela y las decisiones presupuestarias.English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC): for parents of English learners to advise on programs and services. Ingls Comit Asesor de Estudiantes de Ingls (ELAC): para los padres de estudiantes de ingls para asesorar sobre los programas y servicios.

  • Common Core State Standards

  • For every 100 ninth graders65 graduate from high school37 enter college24 are still enrolled in sophomore year12 graduate with a degree in six yearsWhy does this matter? Because its what our students need

  • and only 6 get a good job after graduation

  • Nuevas NormasNew Standards

  • Common Core StandardsA partir de este ao todos los estudiantes, jardn de infantes hasta octavo grado, aprendern las normas estatales bsico comn en matemticas y ELA.Starting this year all students, Kindergarten through 8th grade, will learn the Common Core State standards in math and ELA. California adopt las normas en agosto de 2010.California adopted the standards in August of 2010.Los Estndares de Ciencias de prxima generacin estn en proceso de adopcinThe Next Generation Science Standards are in the process of being adopted

  • Common Core Standards

  • General InformationLas normas se har hincapi en el equilibrio de la no-ficcin y la lectura de ficcin, la investigacin, la escritura, razonamiento matemtico, la geometra y el sentido numrico.The standards will emphasize a balance of non-fiction and fiction reading, research, writing, mathematical reasoning, geometry, and number sense.En 2013-14 la primera evaluacin fue dada por computadora a tercero - los estudiantes de grado 11. Las puntuaciones no "cuentan".In 2013-14 the first assessment was be given by computer to 3rd 11th grade students. The scores did not count.En 2014-2015 las escuelas recibirn los resultados de la prueba.In 2014-2015 schools will receive results from the testing.Las pruebas se realizan por SBAC - Consorcio Smarter Balanced Evaluacin.Testing is conducted by SBAC Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.

    http://www.smarterbalanced.org/parents-students/como-ayudar-a-todos-los-estudiantes-a-que-tengan-exito/

  • http://vimeo.com/51947947

    3 minutos de vdeo explicando Common Core

  • Una mirada ms cercana: Cambia ELA / Alfabetizacin

    Lea lo ms no-ficcin como ficcinMs informacin sobre el mundo leyendoLeer el material ms difcil de cercaDiscuta la lectura utilizando pruebasEscribir no ficcin usando pruebasAumentar el vocabulario acadmico

  • Aprenda ms sobre menosConstruir habilidades a travs de los gradosDesarrollar velocidad y precisinRealmente lo saben; realmente hacerlosalo en el mundo realPiensa rpido y resolver problemas A Closer Look: Mathematics Shifts

  • Backpacks: What you should seeEjemplos del mundo real que hace que lo que los estudiantes aprenden en Ingls y matemticas tienen ms sentidoLa tarea de matemticas que pide a los estudiantes a escribir cmo obtuvieron la respuestaTareas de escritura que requieren los estudiantes a utilizar la evidencia en lugar de opininLibros que son tanto de ficcin como de no ficcinLa tarea de matemticas que pide a los estudiantes a utilizar diferentes mtodos para resolver el mismo problema

  • Some questions to ask your child*Habl sobre cualquier cosa que se lee en la clase de hoy? Utiliz evidencia cuando se habla de lo que lees?Has aprendido nuevas palabras en la clase de hoy? Qu significan? Cmo se escribe de ellos?Cmo us las matemticas hoy en da? Me puede mostrar un ejemplo?Dime algo que aprendi en su lectura. Cmo lo aprendiste?Qu problemas de matemticas hiciste hoy? Cmo llegaste tu respuesta?

  • Mrs. Rosa: Number Talks

  • Ms. Sula: Algorithms

  • Mrs. Perryman: Collaborative Projects

  • Ancient City Mapping

    To design a city that allows for your colonys survival. Before planning, discuss among your group the three major needs for survival and how you plan to include them in your city. WaterFor every 100 people, you will need a well ( 4 units by 3 units )______An irrigation channel to water the crops ( 2 units wide )Food For every 50 people, you will need a farm (3 units by 3 units)______You must be sure to plant (vegetables, wheat, barley, grass)ShelterFor every 50 people, you will need a house ( 2 units by 4 units )______For every 150 people, you will need a marketplace (3 units by 4 units)______For every 75 people, you will need a ziggurat (4 units by 4 units )_____Walls that enclose your city ( 2 units thick )Population of _________ people

  • Ancient City Mapping

  • Completed City

  • Establishing Trade

  • Chex Mix RatiosThe TaskTrail mix can be a healthy, delicious snack. You have agreed to make Chex Trail Mix for a class party. Your task is to look at the recipe and modify the recipe for the number of people in your group. How much of each ingredient do you need to feed your group? (You do not want to have any extra.) The Chex Trail Mix is so popular that your friends have asked you to make it for their parties. Adjust each ingredient for so that your recipe serves 20people, 40people, and 104people. Follow-Up QuestionsHow much of each ingredient will you need if you go into the pantry and you only have 4 tablespoons of Chex cereal? (Look for evidence of MP1 and MP6.)Your class has decided that they love chocolate. They have decided that 50% of the mix should be mini-M & Ms. How much of each ingredient will you need? (Look for evidence of MP1 and MP6.)How much will it cost to make the original recipe if each item costs the following:Chex cereal $3.95 per boxHoney Nut Cheerios are $5.95 per boxCheez-Its are $3.99 per boxMini-M &Ms are $2.95 a poundCoconut is $2.59 per 8 Tablespoons(These may not be the actual price of each item at the grocery store) (Look for evidence of MP1 and MP6.)

  • Chex Mix Ratios

  • Dr. Hooyer: Visual Aids

  • Writing a Paragraph SUTW (4th)

  • Writing a Paragraph SUTW (4th)

  • Basic Paragraph (4 sentences)

  • Mathematics Multiplication Lattice

  • Mean, Median, Mode 5th/6th grades

  • Division Bookmark 4th

    Division with Remainders ______2 ) 113 56_R 1__2 ) 113 - 10 13 - 12 1 56 X 2 112 + 1 113 Remember: Check your answer by multiplying and then adding your remainderDivision with Remainders ______2 ) 113 56_R 1__2 ) 113 - 10 13 - 12 1 56 X 2 112 + 1 113 Remember: Check your answer by multiplying and then adding your remainderDivision with Remainders ______2 ) 113 56_R 1__2 ) 113 - 10 13 - 12 1 56 X 2 112 + 1 113 Remember: Check your answer by multiplying and then adding your remainderDivision with Remainders ______2 ) 113 56_R 1__2 ) 113 - 10 13 - 12 1 56 X 2 112 + 1 113 Remember: Check your answer by multiplying and then adding your remainderDivision with Remainders ______2 ) 113 56_R 1__2 ) 113 - 10 13 - 12 1 56 X 2 112 + 1 113 Remember: Check your answer by multiplying and then adding your remainder

  • Addition/Subtraction w/ Place Value

    Thousands

    Hundreds

    TensOnes

  • Reading - How to Remember

  • Reading How to Remember

  • Reading How to Remember(can be done with a whole book or by chapters)

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    *****Video from Common Core website. Click on video while playing the slide show.***