4-1
L. Bence

4-2
G. DeSimone (ENL)

4-3
K. Dixon (W. Murphy)

4-4
A. Gisbert

4-5
A. Kelly (ENL)

4-6
C. Mingoia/L. Scuteri

4-7     G. Paul

4-8
C. Theisen/A. Campbell (ICT)

LANGUAGE GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

• Increase self-correction for capitalization and punctuation

• Write creatively

• Use increasingly complex grammar and sentence structure

• Write letters

• Increase vocabulary

• Improve spelling

• Explore and write poetry

• Isolate main ideas from increasingly complex selections

• Summarize selections

• Demonstrate comprehension

• Use context clues to predict outcomes

• Use vocabulary

• Explore cause and effect in plot and character development

• Determine sequence in complex and simple selections

MATHEMATICS GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

• Round and estimate numbers of increasing value

• Use zeroes in a quotient

• Multiply facts of increasing digits

• Divide facts with increasing digits

• Use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to solve word problems

• Use fractions for:

• Simple prime factoring

• Reducing the lowest terms

• Multiplication

• Convert fractions to decimals

• Read and write decimal notations

• Gather, organize and analyze data

• Graph outcomes using bar and line graphs, circle graphs and pictographs

• Compute area, perimeter and volume with increasing complexity

• Solve problems using metric and standard measures

• Use time, shapes and symmetry to solve problems

SCIENCE GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

• Formulate hypotheses

• Use scientific procedures to test hypotheses

• Explore life sciences and plant life

• Analyze life cycles of insects

• Explore electrical science

• Investigate powders and crystals

SOCIAL STUDIES GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

• Explore and value cultural diversity

• Examine history of Native Americans in New York State

• Explore and relate early life to present life on Long Island

• Research European exploration and discover of New York

• Use maps and globes to strengthen content-related insights