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Michelle Wingertsahn 3rd grade teacher, SCES 

                                                                                   

                                              
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My name is Michelle Wingertsahn. (Mrs. W)

This is my 5th year teaching 3rd grade at SCES!           Georgia Milestones Review sites: www.studyisland.com  or  www.learningfarm.com 

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  • Fall pictures Thursday, August 30th   
  • Opinion Writing ELAGSE3W1An opinion is what a person or group of people thinks, feels, or believes. Opinion writing is the genre of writing where people share their opinions with others in the form of an essay or letter. Opinion writing always includes an opinion statement (a statement expressing what you believe) and a list of reasons you feel the way you do. Click on the link below to see the opinion writing rubric that is used to guide and assess student writing. 
    Posted Feb 25, 2018, 1:07 PM by Michelle Wingertsahn
  • Informative Writing In third grade students learn to write informative/explanatory pieces. ELAGSE3W2Students will introduce a topic, use facts and definitions to develop points, and provide a concluding statement or section. Click any of the links below to see or print a 3 paragraph informative writing graphic organizer, student checklist, and the rubric that is used to guide and asses student progress and final draft. 
    Posted Feb 25, 2018, 1:05 PM by Michelle Wingertsahn
  • Narrative Writing Narrative Writing: ELAGSE3W3Third graders will learn to write narrative stories. The primary purpose of narrative writing is to describe an experience, event, or sequence of events in the form of a story, whether real or imaginedClick any of the links below to download and print copies or our narrative writing checklist, sample, and the scoring rubric that will be used to guide and assess student's writing. 
    Posted Feb 25, 2018, 1:06 PM by Michelle Wingertsahn
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In third grade we spend a lot of time focusing on writing skills.

To see the three types of writing that we work on along with examples and scoring rubrics, please click the links above or on the side bar on the left  under "Writing".


       

   Students should be reviewing multiplication facts each night!

     ~  www.multiplication.com is a great website to use

     ~  flash to pass is an app for the iphone or ipad
     
      ~  Flashcards are a wonderful tried and true method                                           for learning multiplication facts.