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Sept 4-8

Monday- NO SCHOOL; LABOR DAY!!

Tuesday- Wordly Wise introduction, completed 3 examples of 1A together in class, Unit 1 PRETEST (this data allows me to help your student in a teaching ratio of 1:4 over Realistic Fiction and Poetry TEKS) 

Wednesday-Wordly Wise completed 3 examples of 1B together in class, completed PRETEST (a teacher evaluation for a starting point for instruction specifically for YOUR child)

Thursday- AR READING LEVELS!! Wordly Wise complete 3 examples of 1C & 1D together in class, What does an Active Reader Do? Reviewed the parts of PLOT.  Read the book The Name Jar and discussed character relationships. Students then broke into their book study groups to read and discuss character relationships in a short book (on their own independent levels). Depending on mastery of character relationships, some students then mapped out the plot of the book using a sentence strip.

Friday- Complete Sequoia passage together in class (model jots and side notes to increase comprehension), STUDENTS WILL ANSWER ?S ON THEIR OWN, Reading Menu Introductions, Boggle


Important Dates:

Monday, September 4: NO SCHOOL Labor Day
Friday, September 8: FULL DAY OF SCHOOL!!! PEP-RALLY AT 3:00PM

 Wednesday, September 20: Progress Reports
Thursday, October 5: Parent Teacher Conferences
Friday, October 6: Early Release, End of the 1st 6, Conferences continued
Wednesday, October 11: Report Cards
Monday, October 30: Trick'O'Treat Around the Track
Wednesday, November 1: WES Drive-Thru Dinner Fundraiser





Students will be REQUIRED to read a chapter book EVERY WEEK.  Check out days are on Mondays and they must take their test by the next Monday.  Students are not permitted to check out another chapter book until I have verified their AR Test score.


4th Grade Reading


Conference 1:00-1:47pm
E-Mail: kherzik@weimarisd.org
Phone: (979) 398-5870




 


Mrs. Herzik's Homeroom Daily Schedule

7:30 Breakfast
7:45 Report directly to the GYM for Pledge & Announcements
8:00-9:37       Reading with Herzik
9:40-11:17     Math with Morrison
11:20-12:07   INTERVENTION
12:10-12:30   Recess
12:30-12:57   LUNCH
1:00-1:47       Specials
1:50-2:37       Writing with Daniels
2:40-3:27       Science/Social Studies with Kirby

PARENTS IN THE CLASSROOM: I would like you to be a part of our Friday Reading Block.  I encourage you to select your favorite children's short story and come in to read it aloud for 15 minutes to your student's classmates.  This is a great way to influence and support your child's interest in Reading.  After all, children learn the most while watching those people most important in their lives, and there is no one more important than family. Please click on your child's homeroom to sign up using the website Sign-Up Genius.


Homework: Nightly reading of AR book for 20 minutes
                   Wordly Wise (Word Study)

AR (Accelerated Reader):  You will be provided a parent log-in to check your student's reading progress and quiz scores.  This on-line program will be used daily during our warm-up sustained silent reading time of CHAPTER BOOKS in the classroom.  I will be encouraging your student to take a quiz over the reading from the previous evening's CHAPTER BOOK and/or the in class reading time.  This will improve your child's stamina (amount of time sitting and reading) and comprehension.  Your child's goal will be generated after they take the initial pre-diagnostic quiz on the second day of school.  THE MORE YOUR READ, THE MORE YOU KNOW! 
  <-- Click to go to AR


  <-- Click to find an AR book
Wordly Wise:  Your student will receive a workbook of their very own to complete every week for homework.  This is designed to target awareness of prefixes, suffixes, root, and Latin words that will aid in reading comprehension.  Each unit is designed to last for 2 weeks with a quiz/test at the end of the unit. 

Reading

Projects:  During the year, your student will be assigned both individual and group projects in Reading.  In order to accurately assess what your student knows (and to avoid chaos at home), they will be completing ALL of these projects in the classroom.  Participation, respectfulness, and communication while working with assigned groups is essential and skills that are used in real-world jobs/communities.

As you can see, this year is jam-packed and will be exciting, challenging, engaging, and better serve your student!  Remember to call or e-mail me to sign-up for a day to come in and read for 15 minutes!

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Jon Wunderlich, Superintendent
Weimar Independent School District
506 West Main Street
Weimar, Texas 78962
Phone: 979.725.9504
Weimar ISD shall be a community nurturing academic excellence for all students and demonstrating leadership in character development. Students’ potential will be maximized in order to grow life-long learners and productive citizens.

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