University of Oklahoma
Professor Julie Crawford
Testing begins soon!! April 17 thru May 5!! SUPER SOONERS
WILL DO THEIR
BEST ON THE
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Q U O T E S:
"Super Sooners never give up - never give in!"
Super Sooners do their best!!!
Mar. - April : Test Prep
May: SBAC Testing
Field Trip - May 17
June: Field Day
Ice Cream Party
Notice: Due to drastic budget cuts we continue to be in need of some
supplies. If you can help in any way with the following,
it would be most appreciated.
(None at this time)
Thank you for all the supplies for the classroom!!!!
Classroom Activities for the Week of: April 3 thru April 7, 2017
Math - Topic 16 - Thurs./April 13
Reading - Biography Report - by April 7
Multiplication- Various - Mon./April 7
Poem - Declaration of Independence - April 30
Field Trip P
This Week at a Glance:
Monday: Morning Assembly - All students are encouraged to wear
their University T-shirt to show their class spirit.
Tuesday: Early Dismissal - 12:10 -
Wednesday: Staff Meeting - 3:30 - 4:30
Friday: Rhodes Spirit Day - Don't forget that every Friday is
Spirit Day. All students are encouraged to wear their Rhodes
spirit t-shirt or Rhodes hat on this day to show their school spirit. 100% participation is needed in order to have a
"Rhodie" or "Scholar", or the puppies visit our classroom
for the week.
All standards are based on Common Core Standards
ELA: In ELA, our class will be working on Language/Writing
to understand the elements of a story, central message or
theme in fiction stories,; as well as finding answers and the
main idea in non-fiction text.
Lastly, we will practice writing a paragraph(or more)
which should include a topic sentence, details, explanations,
and a conclusion. We will also be doing research reports -writing
5 - 6 paragraphs after researching a topic. All of what we will be
doing is part of the California Common Core Standards for
MATH - Topic 16 - We will be learning how to collect, organize and
analyze data in various ways to know how to make better educated
decisions using the data.
We will continue to memorize multiplication facts and take a
quiz each Friday to show mastery and automaticity
of each fact. Must learn one fact each week.
1. Connor Chen
2. Kian Hendricks
3. Anuj Patel
4. Tanmayi Immadisetty
6. Thomas Truett
7. Emily Nakasaki
8. Dexter Villapando 9. Austin Williams
11. Cindy Qu
12. Reagan Ruiz
19. Ireland Churchill
20. Candice Tseng
21. Christian Brown
Reading - Third grade will be using the Accelerated Reading program
this year. We will have a goal to meet each month and
a accumulative goal as the year progresses. It is a very
achievable goal. Students must read a book and then they
can take an AR test in class, library, or computers.
AR goals are now tailored individually to each student.
Please see Friday Folder for student goals and their per-
centage of progress toward meeting their goal. Get reading
to meet and/or surpass your goal!!
Science - In chapter 4, we will be learning about SPACE. We will
be discovering what is out in space in our galaxy.
The Student Science book is accessible from the Internet.
Here is the Internet Site: www. eduplace.com/eservices
History - Chapter 9 - We will be learning about all the
important national and state symbols, along with
landmarks found in the United States.
Poem: Declaration of Independence - Due April 30
Project: Biography Model due April 14th.