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LITERATURE:  Reader ‐ Nashi Skarby
  • Selected stories for each term (approx. 3‐4)
  • Exercises to accompany reader, word study, sequencing
  • Oral –retelling, reading fluency and comprehension
  • Story and spelling tests
NOVEL STUDY:  Docyt’ (2001); author - Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch (Enough)
HISTORY:  Unit lessons based on Knyazha Doba (N.Cherniak)
  • Kniaz Volodymyr Monomach
  • Kniaz Yaroslaw Mudrij
  • Kozaky ij Sich
History unit studies include reading text, comprehension, vocabulary, history word definition tests ( instead of spelling), some mapping and atlas work, unit tests.
PROJECT:  Kozaky
BASIC PREPARATION:  Students are expected to come to class with their own school supplies every day. Student agenda should also be brought to class to record any changes or special instructions.
Tests are to be completed in BLUE INK only.
HOMEWORK:  Students are required to complete any unfinished class work at home and find time to review. Keeping up with work is a good study habit and tends to lessen stress before upcoming tests.
EVALUATION:  Students are assessed based on the following:
  • Reading fluency and progress
  • Oral participation in class
  • Completion of assigned work on a timely basis
  • Written tests, reading tests, oral tests, memorization
  • Class/Homework:  30%
  • Tests:  50%
  • Projects/Book Reports:  10%
  • Participation:  10% 

UNNECESSARY DISRUPTIONS:  Students are expected to keep any unnecessary disruptions to 0 levels as these interfere with the learning of others and flow of the lesson(s). Students must take responsibility for their own learning. We encourage the student to practice good work habits both in the classroom and at home.