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Roundup 3!

Howdy Y’All,

September 10-14, 2018

We wrapped up our week with the last of our DRAs and MAP assessments! Hooray! We are finally done!  What we were able to cover:

  • Math-we wrapped up the first half of their Unit 1 Module. They have gained a deeper understanding of place value, the Base-10 system, inequalities, and rounding using number lines. 
  • Writing-This week we focused on planning and writing our drafts. It was great to see the students put the characters they’ve been working on into stories and watch the stories come to life. 
  • PYP-students created mini presentation on a culture they wanted to research from our Gallery Walk, continuing with our unit
  • Reading-This week in reading students have been focusing on studying characters in their story books and using academic language to describe  what they see and hear. This is linking in with their own story writing that they are working towards.  Soon 4B will be learning with Mr. Ryan’s Pre-K class as Reading Buddies.

September 17-21, 2018

This is a really short week as we have two days off due to Parent/Teacher Conferences and SIS Staff Day.

  • Reading-Through this week students are using the language of debate to prompt rich discussions about what different elements of the text can teach us about the story.  
  • PYP-We are continuing our unit, Who We Are and focusing on our Central Idea: Our Cultural backgrounds shape our beliefs, values and actions.  We will be sharing our “home” culture with others and creating a New Culture of our own. 
  • Math-We will now move on fluently adding and subtracting whole numbers using tape diagrams as well as the standard algorithm
  • Writing-We will continue on writing our drafts, editing, proof-reading and publishing as this is a short week.

Thanks for your continued support and understanding.

All the best…

Ms. Ramos

Roundup 3!

Howdy All,

Week September 3-7,

  • wrapping up DRAs
  • finished two of our MAP Assessments, (Reading and Language).  Don’t forget on Monday, September 10 is our final Map Assessment on Math
  • Library on Mondays, so please remind your child to bring their books back
  • Cultural Gallery of different cultures for open-ended questions and discussions

Week September 10-14,

  • Comparing and Rounding Multi-Digit Whole Numbers, Lessons 6-8
  • PYP-Vocabulary for elements of Culture, Study home cultures and research question sheet.  Developing interview questions to explore self identity and culture in own families.  Interview the idea of making your own culture, explore assignment requirements.
  • Creating small reading and writing groups for collaborative learning.

Thanks for your continued support and cooperation.

All the best…

Ms. Ramos



Roundup 2!

Howdy Everyone!

We are wrapping up our 2nd official week of school, and here is what we have accomplished as a group.

  • getting iPads…Yippee!
  • applying teacher approved apps (work in progress)
  • DRAs assessments (almost done)
  • Our MAP assessment will be rescheduled,  due to inclement weather and TBA later.
  • Readers/Writers Workshop, continuing the first 20 days
  • Math L1-4, the mastery of place value of multi-digit whole numbers
  • routines and procedures for the class and school
  • SIS Assembly, congrats to our 4A class for winning the Golden Sneaker Award for Best Sportsmanship and a free P.E. Day and Ms. Terrell’s 5th grade class for their version of The Wizard of Oz.

Next Week, September 3-7, 2018

  • Monday, math quiz on L1-4 (Review sheet going home), also starting L5-8
  • FYI: Our library time has changed from Tuesdays to Mondays, so please be sure to remind your child to bring their books on Mondays.
  • MAP Assessments for Reading (Tuesday) and Language (Thursday)
  • Readers/Writers Workshop, continuing the first 20 days
  • Continuing DRAs
  • routines and procedures for the class and school

Thanks to all parents for your continued support and cooperation.

All the best…

Ms. Ramos

Round 1

Howdy Y’all,

This was a BUSY WEEK, August 20-24, we did the following:

  • met with Mrs. Livingston  (Librarian), learned about the rules/expectations of  the library and checked out books
  • the next two weeks,  DRAs will be administered for reading
  • had an end of the year (3rd grade) math assessment, to identify challenges
  • started our swimming rotation with Mr. Barwicki, on Wednesday, August 22
  • not to mention Parents sessions for Curriculum and iPads
  • and rounding out (ha-ha) get it, students receiving their iPads on TODAY!

Whew! What a week!

Next week seems to pretty busy too, as we head into our 2nd week of school, August 27-31:

  • 4B continuing with routines, procedures of the classroom /school and learning about the PYP (Daily 5)
  • MAP Testing is starting this week for SIS, and our first session is on Thursday, August 30th at 10:00-11:30 am (Math)
  • DRAs will be implemented all this week for reading
  • Beginning Common Core Math (Module 1)A: Place Value of Multi-Digit Whole Numbers L1-4

Thanks to y’all for your continued support!

All the best…

Ms. Ramos



Howdy 4B!

Welcome to fourth grade. I’m looking forward to meeting y’all soon. My name is Ms. Ramos and I’m from the great state of Texas (USA)! This is my first year at SIS and I’m very happy to be here. This is going to be a great year filled with learning, sharing ideas, exploring and fun! I have two wonderful daughters, Corey and Rebecca who are excited about visiting China. In my free time I like to travel and visit historical sites. Our 4B Blog will be updated on a weekly basis with important information and links. But please keep in mind to check our class WeChat for upcoming events…like our Curriculum Session for Parents, Wednesday, August 22 at 4:00 and 4:30pm. Hope to see y’all there.

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