Room Four: Mrs. Rahm, Mrs. Madison, and Mrs. Veacock
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Students will improve literacy skills by using tools and strategies to become successful learners, thinkers, and problem solvers.
Identify patterns in words, text, and knowledge
Monitor and clarify understanding
Use evidence to support ideas
Students will begin to develop an understanding of themselves as learners.
Self-assess and accept feedback about strengths and goals
Take responsibility for learning and making choices
Understand the characteristics of successful students
See learning as a lifelong process
Students are guided to become positive, productive members of a larger community
Develop self-advocacy skills
Make positive connections with classmates and teachers
Collaborate productively with classmates and teachers
Establish routines and expectations
Review and introduce basic reading, writing, and learning strategies
Provide support for students to meet success and increase confidence
Identify students' strengths and set goals
Teachers guide students to apply reading, writing, and learning strategies using literature, social studies and
Teachers provide opportunities for students to take risks in their learning
Teachers, students, and parents assess progress and revise goals
Students apply reading, writing, and learning strategies with less teacher support
Teachers, students, and parents assess progress and set goals for next year
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