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Grade 3/4: Ms. De Gagne

November 22, 2022



FATIMA DE GAGNE            GRADES  3/4                                            ROOM 206 


  • Programs are integrated and adapted to meet the needs and grade level of students during the academic year. 

  •  Students continue to set achievable goals. In setting goals, students look at what they can do and the areas where they can improve to become more successful in their learning.  

  • Students are encouraged to achieve excellence and be proud of their accomplishments.  

  • The Manitoba Curriculum is used in planning concepts/activities in all subjects  


  • Consistent punctuality and attendance and a positive attitude towards learning are important for success and help students to have more instruction/learning time. 

  • Enough sleep helps a student to focus better in school and accomplish more. 

  • Neatness, proper presentation and organization of work are always stressed in all subjects.  

  • Students leave toys, phones, games, junk food and gum at home. 

  • Be respectful to students and adults. 

  • Bring a bottle of water for drinking in class. 


To improve reading and comprehension fluency in all subject areas: 

  • Students are encouraged to practice their reading skills at school and at home every day. Use appropriate level texts suited to their present reading level. 

  • Students are in different reading programs to match their instructional level. 

  • Students uscomputer programs that are assigned to them to practice their listening, writing, reading, comprehension and Math skills 

  • Some reading and comprehension strategies such as visualization, back-up and re-read and retelling are taught and are used to improve comprehension. 

  • Daily writing activities to improve writing skills. 


To improve Mathematics skills: 

  • Practice using mental math strategies to solve math problems. 

  • Improve understanding in number sense, measurement, patterns and relations, shape and space and statistics and probability through word problems and activities. 

  • Activities in real life problems to practice Math skills. 


Topics we will explore: 

  1. Growth and Changes in Plants 

  1. Habitats and Communities 

  1. Sound 


Topics we will explore: 

  1. Geography of Canada 

  1. Living in Canada 

  1. Indigenous Contributions to Canada 


Topics we will explore: 

  1. Short-term and long- term goal setting 

  1. Personal and Social development ( appropriate social behaviours like kindness and respect towards others) 

  1. Develop positive relationships  

  1. Personal health and nutrition practices to develop active and healthy lifestyles 

Assessment Tools: 

  • Teacher Observations 

  • Conference with students 

  • Learning Pathway in Math 

  • Fountas and Pinnell for reading and comprehension 

  • Teacher-made assessments 

  • Student’s performance toward tasks and learning 


By the end of Grade 3/4 students will improve their skills in reading, writing and Math for the next grade. 



If you have any questions about your child’s program please feel free to talk to me. 

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