Here's a copy of my IHIP so far.. Its for 5th grade level. Please take a look if you dont mind and let me know what you think. Its the first one Ive written and dont want to leave anything out.
OH also do you include extras like foriegn languages? etc. and how do you place them? thanks
NAME OF CHILD: M
DOB: 8/26/2000 GRADE LEVEL: 5 SCHOOL YEAR: 2010-2011
DATES FOR SUBMITTAL OF QUARTERLY REPORTS:
11/15/09, 1/30/10, 4/15/10, 6/30/10
M will be using various methods/tools for 5th-grade instruction in all the subjects specified in Section 100.10 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education. The corresponding subtopics may include and are not limited to:
Reading and writing numbers to 10 places, Mixed numbers, set of integers, Numeration systems, Addition, subtraction,multiplication,division of whole numbers, Fundamental processes: whole numbers and common fractions,Common and decimal fractions, Decimals to the thousandths, Ratio and percent, exponents, customary and metric measurements, Extension of geometric concepts,word problems in daily life, charts and graphs: picture,bar,line,and circle graphs, concept of sampling.
Life of Fred Fractions and Life of Fred Decimals & Percents. Spectrum Math and ixl.com.
(Reading, Writing, Spelling) Silent and oral reading, Types of literature, Presenting original plays, listening skills, Dictionary use for word meaning,analysis,spelling, Common homonyms, Homophones and homographs, Synonyms and antonyms, Using a thesaurus, Spelling, Plurals and possessives, Kinds of sentences, Parts of sentences, Cursive handwriting, Outlining, Paragraph writing, Writing letters, stories, reports, poems, plays, Preparing a simple bibliography, Proofreading skills, Parts of a newspaper, using study materials: keys, tables, graphs, charts, legends, library catalogs, index, table of content, reference materials, maps.
Learning Language Arts Through Literature (Includes grammar,reading, vocabulary,spelling and composition. Also includes 4 book studies- Farmer Boy,Trumpet of the swan, Meet Addy, & Caddie Woodlawn), Journal Prompts, Spelling workout E. Various independent readers & read alouds.
(U.S. History, Geography) Exploration and discovery, Establishment of settlements in the New World, Colonial life in America, Pioneer life in America, Revolutionary War in America, Westward movement in America, Industrial and cultural growth, Democracy’s principles and documents, Life in the U.S. and its possessions, Geography of the U.S., Natural resources of the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Relationship between the U.S. and Canada, Comparative cultures of Canada, Countries and cultures of the Western Hemisphere: Central America, West Indies, South America, Map and globe skills.
America’s Story Book 1&2 Steck-Vaughn , Daily Geography Practice – Steck-Vaughn
Biological adapations, Biotic communities, Animal and plant classification, Fish, Reptiles, Bacteria, Molds, Trees, Plants and their food, Conservation, Cells, Human Body, Landforms, Properties of air and water, Time and seasons, Temperature and thermometers, Magnetic fields, Use and control of electricity, Conduction and convection, light and optics, force systems, Chemical systems, Sun and solar system, Space and space exploration, Scientific method and scientific inquiry.
Scott Foresman Science, various readers and internet sources for experiments.
Health & Safety:
Dental hygiene, water supply, sewage disposal, eye care, Nutrition and diet, diseases, Germ-bearing insects and pests, Community health resources, Elementary first aid, Bicycle and water safety, Preparing for puberty, Human reproduction, substance abuse.
Health & Safety Curriculum by Fischer. We will also cover these through day-to-day activities and discussion.
Music/ Art :
We will explore music history and a variety of musical genres, and plan to introduce piano and guitar lessons. We’ll also explore art history and a variety of art mediums.
Daily walks, Biking, Hooping, Jump-roping, Swimming, Tennis, Dance, & Seasonal sports – Soccer & Softball.
Instruction methods/tools may include and shall not be limited to: reference materials (atlas, dictionaries, globe, maps, encyclopedias, non-fiction books, videos, the internet), workbooks, worksheets, hands-on activities, experiments, projects, newspapers, magazines, frequent field trips, classic/contemporary literature, research, journal/narrative/essay/poetry writing, games, creative thinking, predicting/forecasting, gathering facts, written peer correspondence (pen pals), music CDs, CD ROMs, , abundant art supplies (clay, paint, crayons, pencils, sketchpads, felt, chalk, etc.), free play, conversations, and real life.
Primary instruction will be provided by L………………. Supplemental instruction will be provided by others, as necessary.
Edited by Maddysmom26, 03 August 2010 - 10:13 AM.