Mme Jetha - Grade 3 French Immersion
Achieving Student Success
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Achieving Student Success
How can one achieve student success? Please brainstorm on the following points: * What kind of work habits do we need to achieve success? * What type of skills is needed to achieve success? Is organization an important part of success? * What about attitudes? 1. Towards learning 2. Towards school 3. Towards teachers * Is parental support regarding homework for your child at home important? * How can reinforcing school rules and classroom rules help students? * What kind of behaviour or behaviours would help achieving success? * Is respect for teachers and adults important in a student's life? * Reading is an important aspect in order to develop Language Art in both French and English. Therefore, all students are encouraged to read 15 minutes in each language, daily. * Handwriting will be stressed in order to achieve good penmanship. Our objectives are to write legibly in cursive writing with ease and adequate speed using proper spacing, slant and letter formation. * Good work habits are important in order to succeed. A strong emphasis will be placed on completing assignments, maintaining good organisation and neatness, both inside and outside the classroom. ************* Daily Assignments: * It is the student's responsibility to complete and hand in assignments on time. In case assignments are not returned on the due date, parents will be notified. * Homework is expected to be complete and returned the next day. If the assignment is incomplete, your child will be detained during recess in order to finish his/her homework. Assignment Format: - Work will generally be hand-written at all times and presented neatly. - It is a good idea to use a duo-tang when handing in a project. Field Trips: Letters will be sent home informing you of a special event, activity or trip. Method of communication - I will communicate with you via: * Newsletters * Agenda * Telephone calls Agenda - Each student must have an agenda. Classroom Discipline - In class, when a discipline problem occurs, we try to solve our problem through conflict-resolutions and discussions. Your child will be given three warnings. At the third warning, you child will be removed from his/her spot. Should the problem persist, your child will be detained at recess and required to write a think paper which in turn will be sent home for signature. ************* Evaluation * Behaviour-oriented performance assessments These assessments involve observations of students' behaviours. For example, assessment of a student's speaking proficiency during a presentation to the class or in a conversation, or observation of a student's analytical skills. * Product-oriented performance assessments These assessments are oriented towards the use of knowledge and skills taught to create a tangible product such as a sample of writing, a research report, or a painting. The assessment will be made according to the objectives. * Portfolios These are collections of samples of a student's work that show the student's progress and achievements in one or more areas over a period of time. Selections for the portfolio may be chosen by the student alone, or by the student and teacher together. Typically the student includes a written reflection with each sample that explains why the sample was selected. * Personal communication This is an assessment involving discussion of the student's work. Typical examples include portfolio conferences involving the student and the teacher, peer reviews, in which students assess each other's work; and interviews.
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