Integrative Curriculum

UOP 506 Kim Brown May 5,2016 Ms. Meredith Kaupp

INTRODUCTION

The staff of Jonesville Elementary School would like to propose to you an effective Integrative Curriculum. We will be focusing on first grade English Language Arts.

OBJECTIVES

The objectives for first grade are to demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. To demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation and spelling when writing. To determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple meaning words and phrases based on grade 1 reading and content.

GOALS AND FUNDS

The goal of the first grade English Language Arts program is to create , literate, thoughtful communications. Students will refine specific skills and strategies in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing and will use these skills for learning. Students will understand and appreciate Language.


Guided by the Louisiana English Language arts and the common core state standards the first rade program focuses on the communication process of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing through the study of language and literature.

EFFECTIVE

By implanting these proposed goals and objectives to the students we can improve their literacy skills of first grade who are not reading on a first grade level. We can build a strong research around specific strategies. We can implement Passport Reading and Starfall.

CURRICULUM MAPPING

The curriculum mapping model created a framework that focuses on the recommendations and desires that affect students learning enivoriment. Curriculum mapping demands teachers ongoing preparation and creative preparation. It emphasizes the requisite that teaches and administrates focus on the balance between what really took place in the classroom with what was planned.

DATA COLLECTION

The state of Louisiana strives to support and to promote use of state test and data. This document focuses on possible approaches to analyzing state test data.


Performance Data Is the Analysis Recommended at this Level? Student Classroom School District ELA: Informational Standards vs. Literary Standards Y Y Y Y Math: Performance on each Major Cluster Y* Y Y Y ELA or Math: Performance grouped by Standard N Y Y Y ELA or Math: Performance on Individual Released Test Questions N WSC WSC WSC ELA or Math: Performance on Individual Non-Released Test Questions N N N N Note. Y = yes; WSC = with strong caution; N = no; * = recommended when there are 9 or more questions

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