The Common Core asks students to read stories and literature, as well as more complex texts that provide facts and background knowledge in areas such as science and social studies. This stresses critical-thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills that are required for success in college, career, and life. Because students must learn to read, write, speak, listen, and use language effectively in a variety of content areas, the standards promote the literacy skills and concepts required for college and career readiness in multiple disciplines.
The day began with a prayer service for Grades led by the Principal and Coordinators. The juniors had a fun-filled day playing board games, dumb charades and a Treasure hunt.
The senior students were given an opportunity to interact with Dr.
Fernandes gently inspired the students to think and dream big and to take pleasure from the simple things that life affords us. She quoted from some brilliant minds and shared anecdotes to drive this point home. Energy was high among the senior boys and girls as they shot hoops or cheered in the semi-finals of the Inter House Basketball Tournament.
The programme began with the Lord's Prayer and the traditional rendition of the 23rd Psalm. This was followed by the Chairman's Address by Mr. Sunita George presented the Annual Report Middlecote introduced our esteemed Chief Guest, Dr.
He spoke about the 3 important C's of life: Commitment, Creativity and Communication. After releasing the School magazine, the Tartan, he also graciously felicitated all the prize winners from Grades Shaheen Pawane was won by the Yellow House 9 Mrs. Roopali Mandrekar and Mr. Inndu Sonawane and Ms.
Ramila Jaiswal Members of the Support Staff were honored with a beautiful silver plaque each for having completed twenty years of service in Bombay Scottish School Powai. Rekha Malhan, a member of the teaching staff had compiled her late husband, Commander Ravi Malhan's anecdotes of life into a book called 'Fighter' which within a week of its release was ranked 13th on Amazon's bestseller list.
She presented the same to the Chief Guest. The play used foreshadowing, imagery and symbolism to explore the consequences of tempting fate.
It was attended by Mr. The meeting began with a prayer by the Secretary of the PTA. The committee members of the PTA were introduced by the Principal. The report for the year was presented by Ms. The Chairperson addressed some concerns put forward by the parents.
The meeting concluded with a prayer. The students were introduced to the concept of ownership of non-tangible assets and terms like IPR, Patent, Copyright and Trademark.
This was made more interesting using real life examples.
The students were made aware of the dangers of counterfeit products. They were shown counterfeit products and taught to identify obvious counterfeits.Colorful, bright, and content rich writing anchor charts aligned to the 5th grade common core!
Also great for 4th or 6th grade!
These will last you the year, they look great hung around the classroom and provide a reference for you students! Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction. Writing Anchor Chart Ideas. All this week, we will be featuring anchor charts to help you in your classrooms this year.
First up, anchor charts for your writer’s workshops and writing activities. Kindergarten Writing Ideas; First Grade Writing Ideas; Second Grade Writing Ideas; Third Grade Writing Ideas. Thanks for reading, Nicolette. (click any section below to continue reading) Full Description "For decades now, the Teacher’s College Reading and Writing Project has been piloting, refining, adapting, and developing a K-8 system of writing instruction.
Anchor charts are a great way to make thinking visual as you teach the writing process to your students. We searched high and low to find great anchor charts for all age levels.
If students have grown up with the Writing Units of Study, by grade 5 they are familiar with most (if not all) of the skills required for fifth-grade standards.