Ms. Coleman's 3rd Grade
3rd Grade Homework
4th Grade Homework
Reading & Writing
Hidden Valley Nature Center Field Trip
Harlem Shake Spongebob
Multiplication Array video
Division using the compact method
Division using the chunking method
Division traditional method
Jake Drake Know-It-All Chapters 1-2
Welcome to our Gifted and Talented Education page! This is a new page where I will update you on what students are learning in class that relates to G.A.T.E. and what you can do at home to help.
Third grade testing for G.A.T.E. screening will be on: (done!).
What is G.A.T.E.? What does it mean?
G.A.T.E. is a designation your student may acquire through multiple measures of state test scores, classroom performance, report card grades, behavior indicator scales, and aptitude test scores. If your child is identified as G.A.T.E. it means they are capable of thinking at a high level. It also means that your child should be provided with opportunities to work at a level that utilizes this ability.
In room 15 we use the
icons of depth and complexity
to analyze stories we are studying. There are 3 we use all the time. They are:
Details-what are all the important ideas, specifics, or aspects
Big Idea-the main point, overall/ overarching idea
Unanswered Questions- what we want to know but isn't addressed
We also use:
Multiple perspectives-looking at topics from different points of view
Rules-what are the rules being used/ followed
Patterns-what patterns can you find in this
Ethics- what are the rights/ wrongs
These icons represent ways to think about and discuss a piece of literature in more detail. Sometimes we combine these icons with others called
. We are currently using the
to look at how events and ideas associated with the Mayflower crossing, Plymouth settlement, and indian relations contributed to events and ideas today.
We have also begun to use
in our studies. We are using the theme of
. We made some key generalizations about
can be good or bad.
can cause change.
can be natural or man made.
With these generalizations we make connections to the theme in as many areas of study that we can. We are looking at
in reading using Dogzilla, in science using our study of volcanoes, in history when we talk about Native American tribes, and in discussing health and the topic of bullies.
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