Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
To provide guidance for local curriculum, instruction and assessment. To provide the grade level expectations in math, reading and writing required for state assessment. Pre-K students are to draw three pictures for the beginning, middle, and end of their trip.
Then tell an adult about what they drew. The adult will write what they said under the pictures. Then sign or initial the Reading Calendar. Practice letter and sound identification. Recite the alphabet daily until mastered.
Math — Practice number identificationShape and color identification, Rote counting Pre-K goalAlways challenge your child to count higher! Print your name using an uppercase letter in the beginning Vacation Writing — Kindergarten students are to describe in illustrations the beginning, middle and ending of the vacation.
With parental help, students will write one sentence describing each picture. Sign the reading calendar nightly. Practice alphabet chart and sight words nightly!
Math — Practice number identificationshape and color identification and counting to Always challenge your child to count higher! Please encourage your child to be independent with buttoning and fastening, tying of shoes, packing and unpacking their own backpack, etc.
Students are expected to master and use spelling lists each week. They are also expected to use these words in everyday writing. During the second half of the year the students are expected to be reading more independently. Math — Demonstrates number sense. Knows facts families Science — Students are able to explore their environment through using the science lab, greenhouse and other unique surroundings at EverGreen.
Topics covered are Air and Weather, Living and Non-living, Solids and Liquids Social Studies — Students will use the Weekly Reader to springboard into topics such as seasons, holidays, and current events etc.
The students each have a handwriting book as well as daily writing samples that are graded each quarter. Spelling — Students will have a test every Friday. The spelling words will come home on Monday.
It will be a list of ten words.
The first six will focus on the phonics pattern of the week, two words will be review words from the week before, and the last two words will be vocabulary words from the previous weeks story. Social Skills — Students will keep a monthly social skills calendar in their homework folder.
This is filled out daily. Math- Students will be able to solve addition and subtraction facts with automaticity. Students will also use various strategies and manipulatives to develop a deep understanding of numbers.
Science- Students will complete units in physical science, ecology, and personal health. Social Studies- Students will be exposed to seasonal events and cultural traditions using various forms of fiction and nonfiction texts. At the conclusion of an educational vacation, students will complete an informational paragraph, for a grade, describing one aspect of their vacation.
Handwriting — Students will spend the first two quarters reviewing manuscript. In the third and fourth quarters, the basic strokes of cursive handwriting will be introduced. Spelling — Second grade students will have 15 spelling words each week.
Students will be able to apply explicitly taught phonics patterns to spell the words correctly. Some of the words are sight words which the students should be able to spell accurately.Mirabeau B.
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School-wide Evaluation Tool Implementation Manual.
The SET Implementation Manual was developed to provide guidance and technical assistance to those who would like to use the School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) to assess a school’s fidelity of implementation of school-wide positive behavior support. CONTENT AREA.
Reading – Understanding the sounds of language, concepts of print, letter knowledge, decode symbols to develop reading skills; Math – Build concept knowledge such as problem solving, comparison, time, space, and number.