Q2 Exam Schedule and Study Guides

Quarter 2 Exam Schedule: Grade 3

Specialty Classes

Monday, December 4th   – Art and Music - Morning
                                       
Wednesday, December 6th   Chinese – Afternoon
- PE - Afternoon
                                                               
Thursday, December 7thHealth – Morning
                           - Christian Living – Morning
                           -  Computer – Afternoon
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Major Exams

December 4th – 8th Part 1 Reading Exam: Oral Exam

Thursday December 7thScience Final Presentations Begin

Monday, December 11th     – Reading Part 2: Written Exam *
-    Math *

Tuesday, December 12th  – Social Studies *
                                            - Language Arts *


* Exams will be in the morning, with a study break in between.  Students will be dismissed to go home at 11:15am. 



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Grade 3 Reading Study Guide       
Quarter 2, 2017-2018
Mr. Yaremchuk

Introduction
The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

Details
  • Exam dates: Part 1: Oral Exam: December 4 - 8
  • Exam dates: Part 2: Written Exam: Monday, December 11, 8:15 am
  • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
  • Question types: Multiple Choice, Short Answer, Read and Respond, Oral

Reading / Review Materials
  • Unit 2 (pages 186-250, 322-360) in your Journeys Textbook
  • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
  • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
  • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
  • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary from the Journeys stories: Max’s Words, What Do Illustrators Do?, and Young Thomas Edison
  • The Café menu strategies that could be tested during Part 1: Oral test

Café Menu strategies:

  • Check for understanding
  • Back up and reread
  • Recognize story elements
  • Connect to the story
  • Retell the story
  • Predict what happens next

  • Identify beginning and ending sounds
  • Use the pictures
  • Skip the word and then come back to it
  • Listen to interesting words
  • Ask someone to define a word
  • Use words parts to determine meaning of words
  • Know letters and sounds

Please note:

Part 1: Oral exam – you will have to read a selection and then answer questions about it and how you use the Café Menu strategies.
Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
Talk to me in class if you have any questions.
Study Hard!




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Grade 3 Language Arts Study Guide       
Quarter 2, 2017-2018
Mr. Yaremchuk

Introduction
The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

Details
  • Exam date: Tuesday, December 12, 9:45 am
  • Exam type: Written
  • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
  • Question types: Fill in the blank, Short Answer, Proofread, Long Answer

Reading / Review Materials
  • Descriptive and Narrative Writing, Choosing Verbs (pages 42-111, 383-389, 544) in your Write Source Textbook
  • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
  • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
  • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
  • All Spelling Words from spelling tests. You will need to find misspelled words and spell them correctly.

Key Information for Review
Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
Writing
        Follow the steps to the writing process
        Parts of a descriptive essay
        Parts of a narrative essay
        Revising/Editing your writing
        Select a topic from the options given
    Use the 6 traits of writing (as they are shown in your rubric)


Choosing Verbs
       Action verbs
       Linking verbs
       Helping verbs
       Verbs in the simple past tense
       Verbs in the simple present tense
       Verbs in the future tense
       Subject-verb agreement


Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
Talk to me in class if you have any questions.


Study Hard!





                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Grade 3 Math Study Guide       
Quarter 2, 2017-2018
Mr. Yaremchuk

Introduction
The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

Details
  • Exam date: Monday, December 11, 9:45am
  • Exam type: Written
  • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
  • Question types: Problem Solving, Fill in the blanks, Calculating

Reading / Review Materials
  • Chapters 4 – 6 (pages 131 – 250) in your Go Math Student Book
  • Student Work booklets – One booklet per chapter
  • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
  • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
  • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
  • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary in your textbook lessons, tests and quizzes.
Key Information for Review
Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
  • Use strategies to multiply with numbers 0-10
  • Use the Distributive Property
  • Use the Associative Property
  • Identify and locate patterns on a multiplication table
  • Add using Compatible numbers
  • Find unknown factors
  • Use the strategy Draw a Diagram
  • Use different strategies to multiply with multiples of 10
  • Use models to show the size and number of equal groups
  • Use bar models to divide
  • Relate repeated subtraction with division
  • Use arrays to solve division problems
  • Relate multiplication and division as inverse operations
  • Use the steps to problem solving to solve word problems. There will be problems from each chapter.


Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
Talk to me in class if you have any questions.

Study Hard!




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Grade 3 Social Studies Study Guide       
Quarter 2, 2017-2018
Mr. Yaremchuk

Introduction
The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

Details
  • Exam date: Tuesday, December 12, 8:15 am
  • Exam type: Written
  • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
  • Question types: Multiple Choice, Matching, Fill in the Blank, Short Answer

Reading / Review Materials
  • Chapter 4 and 5 (pages 126–131, 138-155, 160-165) in your My World Textbook
  • Student Booklets: Who is the Government Fairy, President for the Week
  • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
  • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
  • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
  • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary in your textbook lessons, tests and quizzes.

Key Information for Review
Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
Chapter 4
  • Why do we need government?
  • What is a democracy?
  • There are three branches of government
  • Understand the duties each branch of government has
  • Know who, or which group, works in each branch
  • President duties
  • There are three levels of government
  • Each level is responsible for providing different services
  • We discussed four government service departments: Public works, education, health, safety
  • Comparing viewpoints
Chapter 5
  • How can you be a good citizen?
  • What rights and responsibilities do we have as citizens?
  • Difference between rules and laws

Booklets
  • All information presented

Key Vocabulary Words

Chapter 4: government, democracy, legislative, executive, judicial, Congress, bill, veto, mayor, council, local, state, national, governor

Chapter 5: citizen, rights, responsibilities, volunteer

Government Fairy booklet: taxes, justices, symbol, anthem


Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
Talk to me in class if you have any questions.

Study Hard!








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