Standards Checkoff Lists

MATH

6-MATH-OHMSWVStandardsChecklist6thGradeMath

7th-MATHOHMS0WVStandardsChecklist7thGradeMath

8th-MATHOHMS0WVStandardsChecklist8thGradeMath

ELA

6th-ELA-WVStandardsChecklist6thGradeELA

7th-ELAOHMSWVStandardsChecklist7thGradeELA

8th-ELA-OHMSWVStandardsChecklist8thGradeELA

SCIENCE

6h-SCIENCE-OHMSWVStandardsChecklist6thGradeSCI

7h-SCIENCE-OHMSWVStandardsChecklist7thGradeSCI

8h-SCIENCE-OHMSWVStandardsChecklist8thGradeSCI

SOCIAL STUDIES

6h-SOCIALSTUDIESOHMS0WVStandardsChecklist6thGradeSS

7th-SOCIALSTUDIESOHMS0WVStandardsChecklist7thGradeSS

8th-SOCIALSTUDIESOHMS0WVStandardsChecklist8thGradeSS

Virtual Resources

PBS Support 

https://tv.wvpublic.org/education/learn-at-home/

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WV READS and LIBBY, which provides digital access to libraries, will give kids reading options – check these links out!!! 

 https://wvreads.overdrive.com/library/kids#  

https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby/ 

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SMARTER BALANCED RESOURCES

Smarter Balanced Assessment Resources > Scoring Guides by Grade Level and Content Area: after clicking into the link , select your grade- look for math or ela scoring guide, then you can use the questions however you would like. There is an answer- they indicate by the word KEY- given as well.  

http://www.smarterbalanced.org/assessments/practice-and-training-tests/resources-and-documentation/ 

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ELA Vocabulary- Smart Balanced Lists

SMARTER BALANCED Resources-ELA

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MATH Vocabulary- Smart Balanced Lists

SmaterBal-MATHvocab

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Cincinnati Zoo Resource

CincinnatiZoo

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Smithsonian Tours 

Smithsonian Institute Virtual Tours  

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Scholastic Teachables PK-8

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 https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-6-12.html 

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-3-5.html 

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-1-2.html 

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-prek-k.html  

Free Worksheets & Activities From Scholastic Teachables PK-8 

https://teachables.scholastic.com/teachables/learn-at-home.html 

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The Kennedy Center 

https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/  

https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/resources-for-educators/classroom-resources/ 

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WV Extension provided lessons /activities 

https://extension.wvu.edu/ 

 Literacy: 

https://extension.wvu.edu/youth-family/youth-education/literacy/literacy-nature 

https://extension.wvu.edu/youth-family/youth-education/literacy/reading-writing  

https://extension.wvu.edu/youth-family/youth-education/literacy/reading-art 

Videos to Support Growth Mindset 

https://www.mindsetworks.com/Videos#  

Nutrition/ Math/ Science/ Wellness 

https://extension.wvu.edu/food-health/nutrition/food-labels 

https://extension.wvu.edu/food-health/nutrition/nutrition-fact-panel 

 

WV READS and LIBBY, which provides digital access to libraries, will give kids reading options – check these links out!!!   

 https://wvreads.overdrive.com/library/kids#  

https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby/ 

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WV PBS Activities 

https://tv.wvpublic.org/education/learn-at-home/

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ON Digital Reading Application

myON present1

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Learn Zillion Math/ ELA all levels 

Main Learn Zillion Website 

https://learnzillion.com/p/    

Learn Zillion Video Collection Links and more 

https://learnzillion.com/resources/73932 

In response to the developments around Covid-19, we are making our full video collection available until schools can operate safely. Teachers and parents can access all our video lessons below. Please feel free to share or assign them to students as needed. Parents and teachers can also find the digital versions of the Illustrative Mathematics, EL Education, and Louisiana Guidebooks curricula below. Please feel free to use these lesson plans with your students as well.  

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Critical Skills Book  5th grade

CriticalSkills-Book5th

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PALS Comprehension Activities

PALS=comprehensionACTIVITIES

PALS Raising a Reader

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PALS Writing Resource:

PALS-WRITING

PALS Vocabulary 

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PALS Phonemic Awareness 

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PALS Resources:

Free Educational Resources:

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Timely Resources

Digital Websites providing a foundation for in-depth lessons:

The resources and materials provided below are for all students. Collaboration with the special educators who serve children with disabilities at your school is encouraged to maximize the support and guidance that individual children receive. 

Teacher Resources

Resource Description Teacher Account Required? Printable Limitations to Free Access?
icivic.org iCivics works to ensure every student in America receives a quality and engaging civic education and graduates from high school well prepared and enthusiastic for citizenship. Once you create an account, full access is completely free. The website includes engaging games, lessons, and printable handouts on a wide-range of civic topics. Yes, to download lesson materials Yes No
Everfi Financial literacy website that empowers students to effectively set goals, prepare for careers, and manage their financial future through interactive, real-life scenarios. Access requires teachers to set up a free account and add students who also require a free account. Yes No No
Next Gen Personal Finance Financial literacy website No, but to assign certain material to students and monitor progress an account is required Yes No
National Archives Teach with documents using online tools. Locate teachable primary sources. Find new and favorite lessons and create your own activities for your students. Check out their resource document for other free resources. No Yes No
Digital History  Technology resource for teachers and students No No No

Free Virtual Tours

Diverse Engagement Links

Black History Info to be used all year long

Carter G. Woodson and Jesse E. Mooreland founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH) to study the achievements of black Americans and people of African descent. The organization promoted black history in schools and called for the celebration of African history throughout the U.S. President Gerald Ford officially recognized Black History Month in 1976. Since that time, every American president has designated February as Black History Month.  Black history is rich, and can be taught year round.  Explore the links below as resources.

As we recall those of eminent significance, let us recognize the men and women of diversity who contributed so greatly to our country. Did you know the ironing board design was improved through a patent granted to an African American woman by the name of Sarah Boone? Did you know refrigerated freight trucks were invented by African American inventor Frederick McKinley Jones?  These two examples and a multitude of others may help to educate our students on the positive impact of black history and the role we all play in preserving the rights and privileges of each citizen in our blended American culture.

Here are just a few resources to help: 

 A collection of information from various organizations

Public Broadcasting Service

 

No-Tech/Low Tech Learning Activities

  • Interviews – Have students interview a grandparent with specific questions about significant events and people they experienced from history.
  • Timeline – Create a timeline of a current event using newspapers and news outlets on TV.
  • Scavenger Hunt – Engage in a scavenger hunt around the house. Each item on the scavenger hunt may require children to tell the story of its history. For example: grandma’s quilt – interview an adult in the home who knows all about this piece of history.
  • Census Importance – Call 10 adults in your family and explain the importance of completing the Census on April 1st. The information packet from the U.S. Census Bureau will appear in your mail with all the instructions.
  • Community Service – Plan a community service project as a family.
  • “Made In” – Create a list of 50 items in your house and write down where the item was made.
  • Elections – Create a list of all the individuals running for office from a newspaper, on TV, or from campaign signs along the road. Locate their contact information and call one or two with questions and concerns
  • Expenses – Create a list of every expense of your household for 7 days.
  • Pay Stub – Explain your most recent pay stub to your middle or high school child.
  • Budget – Create a budget with your family.
  • Income Tax – Walk your high school child through the income tax process. Discuss your W2, federal and state filing, and certain tax credits your family applied for this year to obtain a return.
  • Credit Cards – Talk to your child about credit cards. Show them your statement and talk about interest. Discuss how a credit card can improve or harm one’s credit score. Explain to them the importance of maintain good credit.
  • Personal Finance – Introduce your child to checking, savings, and the use of debit cards.
  • Census – Complete the Census with your child on April 1st.
  • Checkbooks – Balance your checkbook with your child present.
  • Documentary – Watch the documentary Food, Inc. (free on Hulu). Write down 20 things you learned from viewing this film

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schoology Blended Learning ClassWW 2

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AGENDA SUCCESS March 11, 2020

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S U C C E S S    D A Y 

March 11, 2020

A G E N D A

 

ONGOING FOCUS

  • Higher order thinking skills
  • PBL design, implementation, and impact
  • Backwards design
  • Common expectations, common formative assessments, common rubrics
  • Cross-curricular lessons 
  • Cornerstone Skills, DOK levels 
  • Standards
  • Deconstruct Standards
  • Standards based instruction
    • Standards driving PBLs 
    • Peer to Peer visits
    • Differentiate / Collaborative 
    • Community Connection & Public Presentation

 

ACTION TODAY 

  • Present your mini PBL / PBL
  • Writing across the curriculum using SRSD TIDE
  • Data Notebooks, IMAs, Imagine Math, SRSD, & Prep for GSA
  • Update- Intervention- RTI, Instructional strategies, Collaborative groups, Portfolio-ownership

 

SHARE -PBL OPTIONS- Due MARCH 11th

FREESTYLE

    • Teacher choice
    • Fits in current lesson
    • Can be mini-PBL w/same parameters

 

PLB 2- MINI PBL / school wide PBL

 We are looking at the impact of pollution issues locally and formulating local green solutions for our second semester PBL

    • School wide overarching theme of “Green Movement” (Recycling and more)
    • Backwards design- STANDARDS driven- How to measure standards mastery
    • Interdisciplinary / Peer reviewed / add to matrix bank 
    • Include writing component! 
    • Collect artifacts: student work, assessments, rubrics, writing samples, photos, etc.
    • PBL completed, implemented, and ready to share on MARCH 11thSUCCESS DAY  

 

 

SUCCESS DAYS

 

·       September 11, 2019

·       October 9, 2019

·       November 13, 2019

·       January 15, 2020

·       February 12, 2020

·       March 11, 2020

·       April 15, 2020

 

Leadership Agenda- 2/22/2020

2:20-LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING

 

LEADERSHIP TEAM AGENDA

 February 22, 2020

 
ORGANIZATIONAL

·       Norms, Roles, Procedures

·       Meeting times & dates

 

 

 

TASKS TODAY

·       Strategic Plan

·       Grade Cards

·       Parent Teacher Conference- Additional CSI

·       Curricular updates

·       Assessments CIA / Data Tracking Notebooks / IMAs

·       GSA – 4/22 – 5/ 22    DLM- 4/14 – 5/22

·       Data Reflection- (Student led data talks and ice cream for parents)

·       PBIS

·       ELA MATH ½ day monthly sessions

·       Intervention updates

·       PD opportunities

 

INTERVENTION

·       Changes and rationale

·       Flexible design

·       How is the week going?

·       Master Schedule- Please take grade levels and divide them out in an excel document

·       GSA Testing Schedule – begin & end dates

·       CBA to CIA growth—We need to see more growth. 

o    Some students question why they are in their intervention groups, causing some to say they did not try on CIA- sending a message to those who do not try on tests.

·       We are looking into methods to gauge progress on Lexile growth for fluidity  

·       Intervention next week is IMAGINE MATH

o    Specific Lessons- not benchmark  

·       Students should have a pathway assigned based upon the benchmark.  As you design pathways and instruction look at the PowerPoint emailed out that identifies weak standards tested on the CIA.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

·       Three days after school ends

·       $150 stipend per day

 

BRAINSTORM IDEAS

·       WRITING/ELA  -all disciplines Dr. Andrea Lemon, et al

·       NEWSELA training – Angela et al

·       MATH Sessions- Wilson/Minter et al

·       Special Ed interventions TBA

·       Classroom Management sessions

·       Other ideas?

 

FUTURE WORK

·       Management & Housekeeping

·       Upcoming events

·       Assemblies/Sports/PBIS

o    PBIS Rewards

o    Field Trips-

§   Culture Center,

§   Recycling Center, etc.

·       ELA – Math -Classroom Visits to NRI

·       Peer to Peer visits OHMS – March

·       Cultural Typology – March

·       Other points

SHOUT OUTS

Ms. Hedrick-

·       We received many compliments about the extra parent teacher conference

·       Parents are working together for the 8th grade trip to Carowinds.

OTHERS– Grade level / personal – around the table

 

Next Leadership Meeting

SUCCESS- February 12, 2020

S U C C E S S2-2020OHMS

 

 

S U C C E S S    D A Y 

February 12, 2020

A G E N D A

 

ONGOING FOCUS

  • Higher order thinking skills
  • PBL design, implementation, and impact
  • Backwards design
  • Common expectations, common formative assessments, common rubrics
  • Cross-curricular lessons 
  • Cornerstone Skills, DOK levels 
  • Standards
  • Deconstruct Standards
  • Standards based instruction
    • Standards driving PBLs 
    • Peer to Peer visits
    • Differentiate / Collaborative 
    • Community Connection & Public Presentation

 

ACTION TODAY 

  • Activity with money!
  • Pulse check on your mini PBL
  • Writing across the curriculum using SRSD TIDE
  • Data Notebooks, IMAs, Imagine Math, SRSD, & Prep for GSA
  • Update- Intervention- RTI, Instructional strategies, Collaborative groups, Portfolio-ownership

 

PLB 2- MINI PBL Due MARCH 11th

We are looking at the impact of pollution issues locally and formulating local green solutions for our second semester PBL

    • School wide overarching theme of “Green Movement” (Recycling and more)
    • Backwards design- STANDARDS driven- How to measure standards mastery
    • Interdisciplinary / Peer reviewed / add to matrix bank 
    • Include writing component! 
    • Collect artifacts: student work, assessments, rubrics, writing samples, photos, etc.
    • PBL completed, implemented, and ready to share on MARCH 11thSUCCESS DAY   

SUCCESS DAYS

  • September 11, 2019
  • October 9, 2019
  • November 13, 2019
  • January 15, 2020
  • February 12, 2020
  • March 11, 2020
  • April 15, 2020

Leadership Agenda-1/29/2020

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING

January 30, 2020

O A K    H I L L    M I D D L E    S C H O O L

https://ohmsteams.com

 School Goals

ELA and Math improvement-   Increase all student academic achievement by 2%

Climate and Culture   To improve the climate and culture of Oak Hill Middle School

 

LEADERSHIP TEAM AGENDA

 

Organizational

  • Norms, Roles, Procedures
  • Meeting times & dates

Tasks today

  • Strategic Plan
  • Grade Cards
  • Parent Teacher Conference- Additional CSI
  • Curricular
  • Two Hour Delay for PD on February 14th
  • Assessments CIA / Data Tracking Notebooks / IMAs
  • Intervention changes
  • Data Reflection– (Student led data talks and ice cream for parents)
  • PBIS
  • Paint & Sit”- CSI Speaker about vaping -2 hour paint & site

Planning

  • Management
  • Housekeeping
  • Peer to Peer visits– will be scheduled soon
  • Cultural Typology
  • Upcoming events & activities

 Share Out

Future work

  • Brainstorming
  • Q/A