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Welcome to Mr. Kirkman's Class Webpage 
      Ojus Elementary School 2017-2018
                     12/11/17 - 12/15/17

Students should be reading every day. This can be from a novel or book of their own or from books and materials that students have access to from their student portal. They can re-read the stories we read in class or the leveled reader assigned to them in their To-Do List located in their Portal.  There are vocabulary games and other comprehension activities located in the Student Portal as well. 

VOCABULARY :    mature  assigned  residents  gingerly  selective   scattered   generosity   organizations

Unit: 3 (Week 2) TE pages: T66-T129 Reading Writing Workshop: Remembering Hurricane Katrina
Anthology Main Selection: Aguinaldo  Anthology Paired Selection: Partaking in Public Service
Reading Skills: Comprehension Strategy: Visualizing  
Comprehension Skill:  Point of View  Genre: Realistic Fiction
Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues 

Parents: Please make sure that your child has a pair of earbuds or headphones. They use them almost every day and will need them for the FSA Tests at the end of the year.

Please see the Homelearning LINK at the bottom of the page.
Please make sure you have completed an application for free and reduced lunch for your child even if your child will be bringing their own lunch. 
Lunch Application Link: 

Welcome To Mr. Kirkman's Web Page
Mr. Kirkman will post a weekly Homelearning Agenda at the 
beginning of each week on the class website. Students 
will also  receive a hard copy of the agenda the first day 
of the week. It is the student's responsibility to keep track of 
their agenda and complete all assignments. However , on 
occasion ,assignments may be adjusted or changed 
according to instruction in the classroom and students must 
write these changes on their own agenda. Any changes will be 
posted on this website as well. 
     Students are expected to maintain a writing journal that will 
record students'  writing from classroom instruction, as well as , 
writing topics completed for homelearning. Students are also 
encouraged to write independently as much as possible .

  Website updated on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017