Informational Powerpoint

English, Language Arts and Reading
Mrs. Lubojacky
How will you be more dog?
 Magic
Lens –higher level grammar
 Word within the Word (STEMS) – higher level
 The College of William and Mary Curriculum –
literature based on themes.
 Unit
 Unit 2
 Unit 3
 Unit 4
 Unit 5
 Unit 6
 For
Exploring Literary Nonfiction and Poetry
Exploring Fiction and Drama
Exploring Informational Text
Exploring Persuasive Text and Media
Generating Connections: Informational Text
Exploring Through Research
more information about the curriculum, please see
the Cscope Parent tab under Parent Resources on the
Wylie webpage:
To quote Michael Clay Thompson, “All human
beings are marvelously intelligent; it is the
very quality which distinguishes us as a
As gifted and talented teachers we believe this
to be especially true for are students and our
goal is to expose students to higher level
thinking and we are dedicated to teaching
good knowledge. The Wylie Gifted and
Talented program (WINGS) is built upon, with
each grade a preparation for the next.
 SpringBoard
With SpringBoard, students read deeply and
develop the critical-thinking skills needed to
emerge as successful reading , writers and
Key Features:
 Educational Research
 Rigorous Standards
 Instructional Framework is built on “designing with the end in mind”
 Teaching and learning strategies are a cornerstone
 Purposeful learning activities are relevant, rigorous, student-centered,
engaging, interactive an collaborative
 Differentiated Instruction Assessment
 Teacher support and Professional Development
To inspire, connect
and prepare all
students for college
and post-secondary
Username: Student ID number
Password: wylieisd
 School student Code: 275941
 Summer
Reading – Al Capone Does My Shirts
 Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli
 Knots in my Yo-Yo String by Jerry Spinelli
 A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle
 Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred
 Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper
 Summer
Reading Choices
 Holes by Louis Sachar
 Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick
Name: Jennifer Lubojacky
Subject: 6th ELAR GT & Adv.)
Conference Days and Times: Tues- Fri 2:15-3:15
pm and before or afterschool by
Email: [email protected]
Voice Mail: 972-429-3300X 7295
Tutoring Times: Mon-Fri 7:45-8:07 am &
Thursdays 3:30-4:00. Other afterschool times
available by appointment.
Want important reminders about class? Sign up
for Remind101.
Advanced ELAR
Text @luboj to 832-730-4109
Text @lubo to 832-7304109
Consequence if student’s name is left by sub for
misbehavior or not working is an automatic detention
 Detention #1 is 30 minutes
 Detention # 2- 100 is 45 minutes
Detention can be also given for missing In-class and
Homework assignments.
I expect my students to follow the 5P’s and Be…
 Productive
 Positive
 Polite
 Prepared
 Prompt
 Where
do papers get turned in?
Each period has a basket and it is your child’s
responsibility to turn in their papers when
they are due and complete.
 What if there is no name on my paper?
Papers with no name are placed into the NO
NAME folder. A name on a paper should
include first and last name.
 Where
does my students get returned
Each of my students has a file with their name
in alphabetical order by last name. Graded
papers are placed in their file and it is the
student’s responsibility to check their file at
least once a week.
 What if my student gets a grade below a 70?
All assignments can be redone
 Does my child need a tutoring pass?
Yes! Or a note from home
 What
if my child is absent?
Work is collected for your child the day(s) that
they are absent by the class attendance clerk
and placed in the Absent Work Folder. It is
your child’s responsibility to pick up their
absent work from the folder when they
return to school. They have the number of
days that they were absent to make up the
missed assignments.
 What
if I leave my homework or something
else I need for class in my locker?
We have designated locker times and are not
allowed to send anyone to their lockers
during any NON locker times.
This year we are blessed with 2 student
teachers and a WE High School student intern.
Student Teachers
 Trisha O’Neill 8-18 to 9-30 & 1-5 to 2-20
 Crysta Cole 10-7 to 11-18 & 2-23 to 4-17
WEHS Student Intern
 Brandy Jones T,W, Th, during 1st period
9-16 to end of school year
Clubs is a time for students and teachers to get to
know each other while doing something fun and
This year clubs has been upgraded!! We have more
new and exciting clubs like Young Biologists,
Babysitting Training, TedEd club and many more!
Students will choose their own clubs based on
interest and rotate through 3 different clubs over the
Start the week of October 13 and will be once a
Students will have an adjusted schedule those days.
Clubs may end up being two days a week later in the
year so that we can incorporate career curriculum.

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