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Intermediate Bridges


English Language Arts

Guided Reading: Your child will be placed in a small group according to reading level. These groups will change throughout the year. We will be reading both fiction and non-fiction books and learning strategies to become fluent and thoughtful readers.
Silent Reading
Novel Study
Library classes (students will learn how to find books and research information)
Writer’s Workshop: persuasive writing, book reviews, memoires, letter writing, non-fiction, autobiographies, recipes, reader’s theatre stories, lists, invitations, posters, creative story writing, personal journals, poetry, responses to literature, research projects
Editing and revising skills, spelling, grammar
Oral presentations: learning the rules for speaking in front of an audience
 
 

Math

Problem Solving: learning strategies to solve one step and multiple step problems
Basic math facts: learning addition and subtraction facts to 20 automatically
Collecting and Graphing information: analyzing data, creating questions to go with graphs
Money Concepts: identifying Canadian coins and paper money, counting, making change, creating equivalent amounts
Time: telling time on both digital and analog clocks
Fractions: using real experiences – cooking, baking, shopping, money, telling time (30 minutes = ½ hour), calendar activities
Place Value: reading and writing numbers to 100 000, rounding off, identifying how many tens, hundreds, thousands in a given number
Area and Perimeter
Shapes and Solids
Patterns
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