Welcome to Year 4!
My name is Nancy Freemire and I am from the United States. I have taught elementary for 5+ years and this is my third year at EMS.
I am looking forward to getting to know you and your child and making this an exciting and successful year for them.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me via email at email@example.com.
We're going to have a great year!
Instructions for student led conference: https://sites.google.com/emsdoha.net/emsprimary/technology/parent-conferences https://sites.google.com/emsdoha.net/emsprimary/technology/parent-conferences
Student led conference booking link: https://4-5.youcanbook.me/
The sign up schedule is now ready for you to book a time slot. You can find the booking page for our class above. The days we will have our conferences are Wednesday, 21 March and Wednesday, 22 March.
The conferences will be three way conferences which means it will be the student, parents and teacher who sit together. The student will share his/her work with the parents and teachers, and explain what the activity was about.
As you know, positive feedback and praise is of the utmost importance for children to develop a positive self-esteem and motivation to learn. Thus I hope you will attend the conferences with the intention to acknowledge the good things your child has done and have them leave with a sense of pride in their work. You are more than welcome to schedule a later meeting with me where we can discuss concerns you have after the conference.
Thank you and kind regards,
Ancient Egypt Posters
Today we read with our year 1 reading buddies and had a blast!
In 4-5 Science students wanted to determine if taller people had bigger bones than shorter people. To find the answer, they conducted an experiment. Students measured and recorded four person's heights, arm lengths, leg lengths and head circumferences. Then they completed four separate graphs and compared the measurements. What do you think their results suggested? measuring
- Listen and follow directions.
- Raise your hand before speaking or leaving your seat.
- Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
- Respect your classmates and teacher.