Jia Wei | 1st Grade Dual Immersion Chinese TeacherMy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Wei teaches 1st grade Chinese. She loves to work with 1st graders. It's been a great pleasure to see how quick and how much they learned in Chinese language and culture. She believes that early language learning enhances a better capacity for learning. She hopes every child in her class enjoying the learning process and be beneficial the most from the class. In her spare time, she loves watching movie, singsong, shopping, traveling with her lovely family.
Janet Morwood | First Grade TeacherMy Email: email@example.com
Miss Morwood teaches 1st grade. She has her Masters degree in Early Childhood. She also is endorsed in reading, gifted & talented, and ESL. Her favorite things to teach are reading and social studies. Her favorite foods are vegetables, fruits, brownies, and milkshakes. She likes to ride her bike and to read. And she loves teaching 1st grade!
Becky Woodbury | First Grade TeacherMy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Woodbury teaches 1st grade. She also taught at West Elementary for a short 6 weeks. She got her degree from Ricks and BYU and she also has a WESL endorsement. Her favorite thing to teach is Math. Her favorite foods are steak and baked potatoes. She likes to play the piano. She loves watching the light turn on in 1st graders! She says it is very rewarding!
GVC’s (Guaranteed Viable Curriculum) Students will definitely learn these skills in first grade.
Students will know the shapes & how many sides they have. (Common Core 1.G1)
Students will be able to read, write and count to 100.
(Common Core 1.NBT.1)
Students will be able to add and subtract within 10 and 20. (Common Core 1.OA.6)
Students will know the characters, setting and events in a story. (Common Core 1.RL.3)
Students will use phonics and word study skills to read. (Common Core 1.RF.3)
Students will know how to write about a topic with facts and other details. (Common Core 1.W2)
Students will know how to print all of the alphabet letters; upper and lower case (no reversals). (Common Core 1.L.1a)