|Fifth Grade Teacher Jennifer Campos - Fifth Grade (Send e-mail)|
Welcome to my teacher page!
Governor Pat Quinn signed Erin's Law in January of 2013, which requires all schools in the state of Illinois to provide age appropriate sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education programs for their students in grades Pre-K through 12. In response to this legislation, Frankfort School District 157-C will be adding, "Child Lures Prevention: Think First and Stay Safe", curriculum for the school year. The curriculum is available in the school office for parents to preview.
PARCC testing is just around the corner! We will be testing when we arrive back from Spring Break. Our testing schedule is as follows:
Math 1: 4/5 1:30-2:50
Math 2: 4/7 1:50-3:10
Math 3: 4/11 1:30-2:50
Math 4: 4/12 11:10-12:30
ELA 1: 4/19 1:30-3:20
ELA 2: 4/21 10:45-12:30
ELA 3: 4/24 1:30-3:20
The 5th graders will also be taking the ISA test. ISA stands for Illinois Science Assessment. This will take place sometime on April 26th.
What is it? It is an acronym that refers to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Learning is collaborative and project-based. Our students will be given the opportunity to attend this class on a weekly basis with Mrs. Jozaitis as their instructor. The following fifth grade projects are planned for this school year:
Quarter 1: Mousetrap
Quarter 2: Sky Eagle
Quarter 3: Tetrix Robotics
Quarter 4: Water Rockets
READING AT HOME
Is reading part of your family's daily routine?
Reading is the most important skill because it is the basis for learning throughout the school day.
Reading takes practice.
Make reading a part of your family's daily routine.
*Read every night with your child or along side your child.
*Ask your child to occasionally read aloud and listen to how they're able to read with fluency-expression, accuracy, rate, phrasing, and punctuation.
*We will be working on reading more fluently in the classroom with weekly goals. What will be your child's goal this week?
*Our fifth grade homework expectation of students is to read a minimum of 80 minutes per week.
*Our fifth grade homework expectation of students is to read a minimum of 80 minutes per week. The students are working on weekly reading goals. Can you exceed the expectation?
ELA: Throughout the 4th quarter we will read various text with the theme of Children's Rights. Students will read the text "Counting On Grace" along with a variety of other literature and informational texts. We will discuss these texts with these Essential Questions:
*What rights should children have?
*What role do cultural and economic factors play in the rights of all workers?
*Why has child labor been a sustained practice throughout history?
MATH: Unit 7 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
WRITING: Third quarter we will be working on memoirs.
Social Studies- Revolutionary War
This week in classMonday
Week of /1
Hot Lunch today
"hyper" prefix quiz
Isle a la Cache Field Trip
Hickory Creek Step Up Day
Colonial Market-invite to follow
Tug O War Day
Last Day of School
Report Cards go home
Downloads ListLiteracy Night [2/8/2016]
March 2016 Art Works [3/5/2016]
Cool Links5 Ways To Help Your Child with PARCC
Math Book LInk