Week 6 (September 25 – 29, 2006)

For folks on the go……see “*This Week’s Assignments” (in the sidebar on the right), the current issue of my classroom newsletter, Mr. T’s Tattler, and Mrs. Waide’s blogspot.

Fun Friday Snack Helpers are Rachel (snacks) and Jesse (drinks). We start at 2:30 p.m., have 24 students, and there can be no nuts in any snacks.

Progress Reports.  Official progress reports for students in my math, reading, and language arts classes are in their Monday folders.  Progress reports in science will be distributed next week.

Math 54. Problems sets 43-46 will be assigned as homework this week.  Supplemental practice sheets 37 and 43 will be distributed on Monday and will be due by Friday.  Students will test on Thursday.

Literacy. In my classes, all testing will occur this Friday as follows:

  • Daily Oral Language (DOL). They’ll test on the sentences edited each morning in class. Click on the links for:
  • Practice sentences
  • Answer key
  • Spelling. Students will test only upon the words they misspell on each Monday’s pretest. They will be exempted if their pretest score is at least 90%.
  • Spelling list
  • Vocabulary. A pretest will be given each Monday. Students will be exempted if their pretest score is perfect.
  • Vocabulary words
  • Open Court. The reading comprehension exam will be comprised of short answer and multiple choice questions. It will be an “open book” test.
  • Escape

2 comments on “Week 6 (September 25 – 29, 2006)

  1. Hi Mr. T,

    I have been looking for D.O.L. books and decided to google it. Eventually I got to your site by accident. I was wondering if you would mind if I used your D.O.L. or if you could tell me if you used a book to get it from? I like the layout of your blogsite.

    This is my first year in 4th grade and am trying to fit everything in along with doing Open Court too. Looking for something teacher friendly. =o)


    Anna McIntosh
    Mill Creek Elementary
    Middleton, ID

  2. Thanks, Anna,

    Help yourself to the DOLs. I lost the resource for the DOLs long ago, but I’m fairly confident with the proofreading markings.

    Please see the “How to Contact Me” sidebar link to e-mail me with any additional questions. Thanks, again.

    Mr. T

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