Review Activities:

You can find many educational and fun websites under “Useful Links” on my webpage! 

Actividades de Repaso:


¡Pueden encontrar muchos sitios web educativos y divertidos en "Enlaces útiles" en mi página web!


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April 6-10: Spring Break (no school)

6-10 de abril: Vacaciones de primavera (no hay clases)

April 13: Teacher Workday (no school)
13 de abril: Jornada laboral del profesor (no hay clases)

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March 30


Good Morning Students! I miss you a lot.

During these months that you are out of school, it is very important that you read as much as you can! I have posted some great websites with free articles and books under "Useful Links" on my webpage.

All of this will help prepare you for next year! Please email me at mcclymgg@pwcs.edu if you have any questions.


Ms. McClymont


30 de marzo

¡Buenos días estudiantes! Los extraño mucho.

Durante estos meses que no están en la escuela, ¡es muy importante que lean todo lo que puedan! He publicado algunos sitios web geniales con artículos y libros gratuitos en "Enlaces útiles" en mi página web.

¡Todo esto los ayudará a preparar para el próximo grado

Por favor envíenme un correo electrónico si tienen alguna pregunta.

Sra. McClymont

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March 23

 

Dear Students,

I miss you a lot and wish I could see you in school each day. 

As you probably already know, all schools in Virginia are closed for the rest of the school year.

The most important thing now is for you and your families to stay safe and healthy. Please click here to read important information on my main page.

Please check my web page every week, as I will be adding important new information.

You may email me at mcclymgg@pwcs.edu if you have any questions!

Ms. McClymont

Story Elements

Did you read a good book or watch a good movie recently?  Every time you read a book or watch a movie, ask yourself:  What are the story elements in this book or movie? Use the Story Elements document under “Files and Documents” as a reference.

What is the setting?

Who are the characters?

What is the confict? Is the conflict internal, external, or both?

What is the plot?

What is the theme?

What is the point of view?

Resources

Under "Useful Links", you will find other great resources to use while you are home.



23 de marzo

Queridos estudiantes,
Los extraño mucho y quisiera poder verlos en la escuela todos los
días.

Como probablemente ya saben, todas las escuelas en Virginia han cerrada por el resto del año escolar.

Lo más importante ahora es que ustedes y sus familias se
mantengan seguros y saludables. Hagan clic aquí para leer
información importante en mi página principal. 

Por favor visiten mi página web todas las semanas, ya que agregaré información nueva importante.

¡Por favor envíenme un correo electrónico a mcclymgg@pwcs.edu
 si tienen alguna pregunta!

Sra. McClymont
 

Elementos del cuento

¿Leyeron un buen libro o vieron una buena película recientemente? Cada vez que lean un libro o vean una película, pregúntense: ¿Cuáles son los elementos del cuento o de la película? Usen el documento "Story Elements" (Elementos del cuento) bajo "Files and Documents" como referencia.

¿Cuál es el ambiente?

¿Quiénes son los personajes?

¿Cuál es el conflicto principal? ¿El conflicto es interno, externo, o ambos?

¿Cuál es la trama?

¿Cuál es el tema?

¿Cuál es el punto de vista?

Recursos

En "Useful Links", encontrarán otros excelentes recursos para usar mientras están en casa. 


March 16-20

Hello Students. I hope you and your families are all staying healthy and safe. Please take good care of yourselves. 

We (teaches) have been instructed to not assign you any work this week. This is a good time for you to read a good book. Many of you went to the library last week and have taken books home. 

I am in North Carolina visiting my father and may not be able to respond to emails until next week. 

Take good care!

Ms. McClymont

16-20 de marzo

Hola estudiantes. Espero que ustedes y sus familias estén sanos y seguros. Por favor cuídense bien.

Nosotros (los maestros) hemos recibido instrucciones de no asignarles tarea esta semana. Este es un buen momento para que lean un buen libro. Muchos de ustedes fueron a la biblioteca la semana pasada y se llevaron libros a casa.

Estoy en Carolina del Norte visitando a mi padre y es posible que no pueda responder a correos electrónicos hasta la semana que viene.

¡Cuídense mucho!

Sra. McClymont



This class is for dual identified students (Sped and ESOL).

ESOL goals are aligned with each student's IEP goals in each of the four language domains: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

Quarter 3:


Students are taking ACCESS and Alternate ACCESS throughout the month of February and the first week of March. Please make sure you eat a healthy breakfast every morning and get plenty of rest each night to help you do your best on this important test.

Level 1 Students: We are using A-Z readers, highly engaging texts that contain many basic sight words, rich vocabulary, colorful images, and much repetition to help students retain new vocabulary. Each child reads at his or her individual reading level.

Last quarter and this quarter we are focusing on writing sentences with our AAC device or pencil.

Level 2 Students:  Some students are using higher level A-Z readers, highly engaging texts that contain many basic sight words, rich vocabulary, colorful images, and much repetition to help students retain new vocabulary. Other students are using Scholastic News Readers which contain high interest articles about real world events. These articles are also rich in vocabulary and images to help students understand content. 

Last quarter and this quarter we are focusing on writing sentences and paragraphs about books or articles we read in class.


Parents:  Please read with your child every day. After you read, ask your child questions to check his/her comprehension.

Questions you might ask:

  • What was this book about?
  • What was your favorite part of the book?
  • What was the setting?
  • Who were the characters?
  • Who was your favorite character? Why did you like him/her?
  • Was there a conflict? What was it? Was it resolved?

Try to build connections between the topic of the book and your child's real life experiences. For example, if you are reading a book about machines, discuss some machines in your home, such as a dishwasher, blender or vacuum cleaner.


Fry's 100 Basic Nouns