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Kindergarten Syllabus for Reading Okmulgee Primary 2011-2012 School Year

Name of Instructor:  T.L. Burney

Name of Textbooks: Saxon Phonics combined with Macmillian/McGraw-Hill Treasures

Prerequisites:   Student age 5 by September 1st

Materials: The materials for this course are on the materials list given at the beginning of the school year.

Assessment:   Combination of the following: worksheets, observations, checklist for mastery of skills, unit test.

Grading Policy:   Worksheets may receive S+, S, S-, N, or U and report card will include checklist for mastery of   skills.

Make up Work:   Check with individual Instructors.

Course Description: This course will cover all of the State of Oklahoma PASS objectives for Kindergarten for reading.    The following is a breakdown of the letters, sounds, and words students are expected to learn.

Month of August SMART START Alphabet Introduction

Beginning September 7th, 2011

 Week 1 The Letter Ll Week 2 The Letter Oo   Week 3 The Letter Gg

Week 4 The Letter Hh Week 5 The Letter Tt   Week 6 The Letter Pp

Week 7 The Letter Aa Week 8 The Letter Nn   Week 9 The Letter Mm

Week 10 The Letter Ii   Week 11 The Letter Ss Week 12 The Letter Ff

Week 13 The Letter Rr   Week 14 The Letter Kk   Week 15 The Letter Bb

Week 16 The Letter Uu   Week 17 The Letter Zz Week 18 The Letter Cc

Week 19 The Letter Ee Week 20 The Letter Yy Week 21 The Letter Dd

Week 22 The Letter Vv Week 23 The Letter Jj   Week 24 The Letter Xx

Week 25 The Letter Ww   Week 26 The Letter Qq and combination qu    

Week 27 The Letter và   Week 28 Digraph ck Week 29 Digraph sh  

Week 30 Digraph th and Digraph th   Week 31 Digraph oo and Digraph oo

Week 32 a consonant e, o consonant e, I consonant e, u consonant e, and e consonant e  

Week 33 Digraph ch, Digraph ee, and Digraph review

Week 34 Combination ar, Combination or, Combination er, and Combination Review

 Week 35 The Rule vcIcv  

Kindergarten P.A.S.S. Checklist for Reading Okmulgee Primary 2011-2012 School Year

The P.A.S.S. are listed in order of the checklist sheet:

Parts of a Book, Letters, and words:

Standard 1 – Print Awareness- The student will understand the characteristics of written language.

  1.  Demonstrate correct book orientation by holding book correctly and indicating where to begin.

  2.  Identify the front cover, back cover, title page of the book, title, and author.

  3.  Follow words from left to right, and top to bottom on a printed page.

  4.  Understand that printed materials provide information.

  5.  Distinguish letters from words.

Rhyming Pairs, Counts Syllables, Separates Phonemes:

Standard 2 – Phonological/Phonemic Awareness – The student will demonstrate the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate large parts of spoken language and individual sounds in spoken words.

  1.  Identify and produce simple rhyming pairs.

  2.  Identify and count syllables in spoken words.

  6.  Begin to blend phonemes to form a word.

  7.  Begin to segment phonemes of one syllable words.

Traces, Copies, and Generates Letters:

Writing/Grammar/Usage and Mechanics:

Standard 1: Writing Process – The student will use the writing process to write coherently.

  1.  Participate in frequent writing opportunities.

Standard 2:  Grammar/Usage and Mechanics – The student will demonstrate appropriate practices in writing by applying standard English conventions.

  1.  Spelling: Demonstrate the process of representing language by means of a writing system (c) Generate   temporary spelling using letters, particularly to represent initial and ending consonant sounds.

  2.  Handwriting: Demonstrate appropriate handwriting in the writing process (a) Trace, copy, and generate   letters.  Children may still be reversing some letters.

Prints First Name and Prints Last Name:

Writing/Grammar/Usage and Mechanics:

Standard 2 – 2b: Prints his/her first and last name.

Listens to Stories with Interest:

Oral language/Listening and Speaking:  The student will listen for information and for pleasure.

Standard 1: Listening- The student will listen for information and for pleasure/ (2) Listen with interest to stories read aloud.

Follow one and Two Step Directions:

Standard 1: Listening – The student will listen for information and for pleasure. (3) Follow one- and two-step directions.

Identifies Current Letter lowercase and Uppercase, Identify Current Letter Sounds:

Reading/Literature: Standard 1: Print Awareness-The student will understand the characteristics of written language. (7) Recognize and name all capital and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

Reading/Literature: Standard 3: Phonics/Decoding – The student will demonstrate the ability to apply sound-symbol relationships. (1) Identify the alphabet by name, and (2) Identify the alphabet by sound.

Writing/Grammar/Usage and Mechanics: Standard 2-1a: Recognize that letters have different sounds.

Knows Full Name, Knows Birthday, Knows Address, Knows Phone Number, and Knows Parents Names:

Social and Personal Skills: Standard 2: The student will participate in activities to develop the skills necessary for caring for oneself. (3) State his/her full name, age, birth date, address, telephone number, and name of parent or guardian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kindergarten Syllabus for Math    Okmulgee Primary 2011-2012 School Year

Name of Instructor:  T.L. Burney

Name of Textbooks: Saxon Math K

Prerequisites:   Student age 5 by September 1st

Materials: The materials for this course are on the materials list given at the beginning of the school year.

Assessment:   Combination of the following: worksheets, observations, checklist for mastery of skills, unit test.

Grading Policy:   Worksheets may receive S+, S, S-, N, or U and report card will include checklist for mastery of   skills.

Make up Work:   Check with individual Instructors.

Course Description: This course will cover all of the State of Oklahoma PASS objectives for Kindergarten for math.      The following is a breakdown of each sections are of focus that students are expected to learn.

Section 1: Number and Operations, Measurement, Geometry

Section 2: Number and Operations, Measurement, Geometry

Section 3: Number and Operations, Measurement,

Section 4: Measurement, Geometry, Algebra

Section 5:  Number Operations, Measurement

Section 6:  Number Operations, Geometry

Section 7:  Number Operations, Geometry

Section 8:  Number Operations, Measurement, Geometry

Section 9:  Number Operations, Measurement, Geometry, Data Analysis, Probability, Process Skills

Section 10:  Number Operations, Measurement,

Section 11:  Data Analysis and Probability, Process Skills

Section 12:  Number Operations, Process Skills

Section 13:  Geometry, Process Skills

Section 14:  Measurement, Process Skills

 

 

 

Kindergarten P.A.S.S. Checklist for Math

Okmulgee Primary 2011-2012 School Year

The P.A.S.S skills are listed in order of the checklist sheet:

Sorts Objects by Attributes, and Creates Simple Patterns:

Standard 1: Patterns – The student will sort and classify objects and analyze simple patterns. (1) Sort and group objects into a set and explain verbally what the objects have in common. (2) Explain verbally and extend simple patterns.

Understands More, Less, and Equal:

Standard 2: Number Sense – The student will understand the relationship between numbers and quantities.  (1) Compare a group or se to another group, set or numerical quantity and verbally explain which has more, less or equivalent quantities.  (8) Combine and remove objects from sets and verbally describe the result.

Matches Objects One to One:

Standard 2: Number Sense - The student will understand the relationship between numbers and quantities. (2) Pair and count objects using one to one correspondence.  (4)  Count objects in a set one by one from one through ten.  (5) Identify and create sets of objects zero through ten.

Counts to 20, Counts Objects in a Set of 10, Numbers 1 through 10, and Matches Quantity to Numbers 1-10:

Standard 2: Number Sense – The student will understand the relationship between numbers and quantities. (3) Count forward to twenty and backward from ten.  (6) Identify and write numerals zero through ten, in and out of sequence.  Children may still be reversing some numerals.  (7) Identify the ordinal position (first through fifth) of objects.

Tells the Time to the Hour, and Identifies Money:

Standard 4:  Measurement – The student will explore the concepts of nonstandard and standard measurement. (5) Tell time on digital and analog clocks to the hour.  (7)  Identify the coins penny, nickel, dime and quarter.

Identifies Shapes:

Standard 3: Geometry and Spatial Sense – The student will identify common geometric shapes and explore the relationship of objects in the environment.  (1) Identify, compare and draw basic two-dimensional geometric shapes.

Identifies Colors:

Standard 1:  Patterns – The student will sort and classify objects and analyze simple patterns.  (1) Sort and group into a set and explain verbally what the objects have in common (color, size, shape.  (2) Explain verbally and extend simple patterns