Ms. Purschwitz's 1st Grade Class

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I miss you all. I'm here to help through this unique situation. Email me if you have any questions, purschtl@pwcs.edu Enjoy the sites found on the Useful Links page (on the left). Be sure to check out the 1st grade main page every week for the new Learning Activities.
Office hours will be Tues. 1:00 - 1:30 and Thurs. 10:00 - 10:30

Announcements:

Fpr April, continue to write down the books you are reading on a sheet of paper. This way you can remember what you are reading and it's cool to see how long you list gets. I'm proud of how many books you've read so far and how many you still have to read. 

Questions you can ask/answer when reading are below.

Here are the objectives we are reviewing at this time:
Math:
I can create and solve single-step story and picture problems using addition and subtraction within 20.
I can recognize and describe with fluency part-whole relationships for numbers up to 10.
I can demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction.
I can talk about fact families.
Reading:
I can ask and answer who, what, when, where, why, and how questions about nonfiction/informational texts.
Writing:
I can talk and write about nonfiction topics. I can organize words in ABC Order.
Social studies:
I can identify parts of a map (title, legend, compass rose).


Questions to ask before, during, and after reading
Fiction Questions: Make a prediction, What do you think will happen in this story? Who were the characters in the story? What was the setting? What was the problem? What was the solution? What did this story make you think about? (Making Connections) Would you recommend this story to a friend? Why or why not?

Nonfiction Questions:
What do you think you will learn about in this book? What questions do you have before reading the book? What did you learn about? What text features did you find in the story? (Captions, Headings, Photographs) What was the book mostly about?

Preguntas para hacer antes, durante y después de leer Preguntas de ficción: Haz una predicción, ¿Qué crees que sucederá en esta historia? ¿Quiénes fueron los personajes de la historia? ¿Cuál fue el escenario? ¿Cual fue el problema? ¿Cuál fue la solución? ¿En qué te hizo pensar esta historia? (Hacer conexiones) ¿Recomendarías esta historia a un amigo? ¿Por qué o por qué no? Preguntas de la literatura no novelesca: ¿Qué crees que aprenderás en este libro? ¿Qué preguntas tienes antes de leer el libro? ¿De qué aprendiste? ¿Qué características de texto encontraste en la historia? (Subtítulos, encabezados, fotografías) ¿De qué trataba principalmente el libro?


 

 Encore Schedule
 Day 1 Technology
 Day 2  Art
 Day 3  PE
 Day 4  Library/Guidance
 Day 5  Music
 Day 6  PE













 Daily Class Schedule
 8:00-8:30 Morning Routine
 8:30-9:15 SS/Science
 9:15-10:35 Math
10:35-11:20 Encore
11:20-11:45 Core Ext.
11:45-12:40 Lunch/recess
12:45-2:40 Reading
2:40-3:00 Pack Up