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Ms Carter

Email: 
kcarter@amherst.k12.va.us
Phone: 
434-528-6499 ext

Aug. 20-24, 2018

Dates to Remember

Sep. 3      Labor Day

Sep. 20     Interims

Sep. 25     Parent-Teacher Conferences

Oct. 22      School's Closed 

Oct. 26      Report Cards will be Distributed

Thinking Maps will be utilized in all Subjects

Sols to be practiced this week

Language Arts 1.1 communication skills; 1.11 print legibly; 1.14 ask questions to solve problems

Math-Sol 1.1 a)count orally 1-50; 1-110; b) write 0-50

Social Studies 1.10 Citizenship

SOLS are labeled practice or mastered, If the SOLs are not in bold then they have not  been introduced. Once an SOL has been introduced we will continue working on the SOL all year (practiced/mastered). 

Communication/Multimodal Literacies

1.1 Develop Oral Communication Skills (practice); 1.1a listen actively and speak using agreed upon rules for discussion (practice); 1.1b initiation conversation with peers & adults (practice); 1.1f follow rules for conversation (practic); 1.1g Ask & Respond (practice); 1.1k work respectfully with others (practice).

Reading

1.4 Apply Knowledge of How Print is Organized and Read (practice); a) read left to right, top to bottom (practice); b) match spoken words with print (practice); c)  letters, words, sentences, ending punctuation (practice;

1.5Apply phonetic principles; a) use initial/final consonants to decode/spell one syllable words (practice); h) read/spell common sight words (practice); 

1.7 Expand vocabulary & word meanings; a) discuss word meanings in content (practice); 

1.10 Read & demonstrate comprehension of a variety of nonfiction text (practice);

1.12 Write in a variety of forms to include narrative, descriptive & opinion; b) use prewritingactivities to generate ideas (practice);

1.13 edit writing for capitalization, punctuation, spelling (practice); b) begin each sentence with capitalization use ending punctuation (practice);

Reading

1.5 The student will apply knowledge of how print is organized and read (practice). 1.5a Read left to right/top to bottom (practice); 1.5b Match words with print (practice); 1.5c Identify letters/words/sentence/ending punctuation (practice); 1.5d Read own writing (practice).

1.6 The student will apply phonetic principles to write and spell (practice). 1.6a Use beginning/ending consonants (practice); 1.6b Use two letter consonant blends (); 1.6c Use beginning consonant 1.6e Blend beginning, digraphs (); 1.6d Short vowel sounds to decode/spell (); middle, ending sounds (); 1.6f Use word patterns ().

1.7 The student will use semantic clues and syntax to expand vocabularies when reading. () 1.7a Use words/phrases/sentences (practice); 1.7b Use titles/pictures (practice); 1.7c Use information to read words (practice). 1.7d Sentence structure (); 1.7e Story structure (practice); 1.7f Read and self correct (practice); 

1.8 The student will expand vocabulary (practice). 1.8a Discuss word meanings (practice); 1.8b Develop vocabulary (practice); 1.8c Connect meaning of unknown and known words (); 1.8d Use text clues for meaning of unfamiliar words (); 1.8e Use other content vocabulary ();

1.9 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fictional text. (). 1.9a Preview selection (practice); 1.9b Set a purpose (practice); 1.9c Relate previous experiences (practice); 1.9d Make and confirm predictions (practice); 1.9e Questions-Who, What, When, Where, How (); 1.9f Character/ settings/ events (); 1.9g beginning, middle, end-retell stories (); 1.9h Main idea ().

1.10 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of non-fiction texts (practice). a) Preview the selection (practice); c) Set a purpose for reading (practice); h) read/reread familiar stories, poems, & a variety of nonfiction text with fluency, accuracy, expression (practice);

Writing

1.11 Print legibly (practice), a forms letters accuratelu (practice); b) space between words & sentences (practice);

1.12write in a variety of forms including narrative, descriptive, opinion (practice); b) use prewriting activities to generate ideas (practice); 

1.13 edit writing for capitaliztion, punctuation, spellinh (practice);b) Begin each sentence with a capital letter, end with punctuation (practice)

Math

1.1 Number Sense-a) count by ones from 0-110 (practice); b) write numerals 0-110 (practice); c) count 30-0 (practice); d) count by ones, twos, fives, tens to determine a total of 110 objects (). (on-going)

1.2 Place Value-Group collection into tens and ones and write number (); 1.2b greater than/less than (); 1.2c order three or fewer sets from least to greatest (). (on-going)

1.3 Ordinal Numbers-indicate ordinal position of objects first through tenth.(practice) (on-going)()

1.4 Fractions-a)represent problems with two or four sharers; b) represent and name fractions for halves and fourths ()

1.5 Magnitude-a)select a reasonable order of 3 objects 5,50,500; b) explain reasonableness of choice. Practice () (on-going)

1.6 Addition, Subtraction, Story Problem-Create and solve one step story and picture problems using addition facts with sums to 20 and corresponding subtraction problems. () (on-going)  

1.7 Fact Family-a)recognize and describe with fluency part whole relationships for numbers up to 10; b) demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction within 10 () (on-going)

1.8 Money-Determine a collection of like coins (pennies, nickels, dimes) whose total value is 100 cents or less. ()

1.9 Calendar and Time-Investigate the passage of time and a)tell time to the hour and helf hours, using analog and digital clock (practice); b) read and interpret a calendar (practice). (on-going)

1.10 Measurement-Use nonstandard units to measure and compare length, weight, and volume ().

1.11 Shapes-a) identify, trace, describe, and sort plane figures (triangle, squares, rectangles, and circles) according to number of sides, vertices, and angles;(mastered) b) identify and describe representations of circles, squares, rectangles, triangles in different environemnts, regardless of orientation and explain reasoning.()

1.12 Graphs-a) collect, organize, represent various forms of data using tables, picture graphs, object graphs  (mastered); b) read and interpret data displayed as more, less, fewer, greater than, less than, and equal to ().

1.13 Attributes-Sort and classify concrete objects according to one or two attributes ()

1.14 Patterns-Identify, describe, extend, create, transfer growing and repeating patterns. () (on-going)

1.15 Equality-Demonstrate an understanding of equality through the use of the equal symbol.()

The above SOLs will utilize the Math U See Program in the instruction when applicable.

Science

1.1 Scientific reasoning, logic and the nature of science by planning and conducting investigations ().

1.2 Investigate and understanding that moving objects exhibit different kinds of motion (), 1.2a straight, circular, back and forth motions (); 1.2b vibrate and produce sound (mastered); 1.2c pushes or pulls can change the movement of an object ().

1.3 Investigate and understand how different common materials interact with water (practice); 1.3a liquids will separate when mixed with water, others will not (); 1.3b solids will dissolve in water (mastered), others will not (). 1.3c some substances will dissolve more readily in hot water than in cold water ().

1.4 Investigate and understand that plants have basic life needs and functional parts and can be classified according to certain characteristics (); 1.4a plants need nutrients, air, water, light, place to grow (); 1.4b basic parts of plants (seeds, roots, stems, leaves, blossoms, flowers, and fruits (); 1.4c plants can be classified based on a variety of charateristics (edible/nonedible, flower/nonflowering, evergreen/deciduous ().

1.5 Investigate and understand that animals, including humans, have basic (life) needs and certain distinguishing characteristics ().

1.6 Investigate and understand the basic relationships between the sun and Earth () (on-going).

1.7 Investigate and understand weather and seasonal changes ().

1.8 Investigate and understand that natural resources are limited; 1.8a identification of natural resources (pland and animals, water, air, land, minerals, forests, and soil (practice); 1.8b factors that affect air and water quality; (); 1.8c recycling, reusing and reducing consumption of natural resources ().

Social Studies

1.1 Skills for Historical Thinking

1.2 Describe lives of American leaders and and their contribution to with an emphasis to our country n emphasiour on G. Washington, B. Franklin, A. Lincoln, T. Jefferson, JP Jones, A Ashe,  ().

1.3 Discuss lives of people associated with President's Day, Columbus Day, Independence Day ().

1.5 Recognized basic map symbols, land water, cities, roads (mastered); 1.4b cardinal directions (); 1.4c identify shape of US and VA (); 1.4d locate Washington DC as US capital, Richmond as Va capital ().

1.6 Describe how location of community, climate, physical surroundings affect people's lives ().

1.7 Differences between goods and servies; Describe people as consumers of goods and services or producers of goods ()

1.8 Explain people can make choices because they can't have everything they want ().

1.9 Recognize people save money for future purchases of goods and services ().

1.10 Citizenship 1.10a fair play (practice); 1.10b rules, self control (practice); 1.10c work hard in school (practice); 1.10d take responsibility for one's own actions (practice); 1.10e value honesty and truthfulness (practice); 1.10f participate in classroom decision making by voting (practice).

1.11 Patriotism (practice)

1.12 Recognize communities of Virginia 1.12a local government (); 1.12b benefit from volunteers (); 1.12c diverse ethnic orgins make contributions ().

Homework

No Homework the first week of school!

A note to parents...

Please be sure your child brings a note to school excusing all abscences.

Blue Folders are sent home each Monday (except during inclement weather) and on interim and report card days. Please look at the notices and return the next day if possible.

Each Monday (except during inclement weather days) the Take Home Papers are sent for parents to review. Please look over this work and keep at home.

Students need to bring their agendas to school each day.

Students should bring a healthy snack to school each day. 

Please be sure your child wear a coat to school when needed. We go outside each day, weather permitting.

In the event of school closings,  scheduled events such as test or homework will be made up the next day.

Student lunches from home will not be heated up at school in the microwave.

Kathi Carter

AES-First Grade

 

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