Students had two short but busy first weeks of fourth quarter. Students spent this week reflecting on their progress made in 3rd quarter in writing and math problem solving. There was no time for reflecting in reading. Critical reflecting is the highest level of reflection and an important part of the learning process. If you and your child have time, I highly recommend you sit down together and complete the reading reflection together. It is located in the reading section of the progress portfolio. There is a yellow checklist that can help your child determine reading strengths and set goals.
Here is a summary of what happened in our classroom:
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