Rudyard Kipling Elementary School

Moving Forward

Kipling Elementary School is a Chicago Public School educating students from Kindergarten through 8th grade.

3rd/4th Grade / May National PFS Month

May 31, 2016  - Read all the information below before you ask any questions. 

I expect you to do your best work!

May 31, 2016 / Good day, Students please carefully read the rubric to ensure a great grade as the school year is coming to an end. 

5-24-16   - District testing/ No Class

 (3)  “May National Physical Fitness Sports Month”


Essential Questions: Take a moment, silently read the questions, and using your inside whisper voice discuss with your partner seated near you. 

A. Where do your eyes belong when you type? Why is this important? If your eyes are on the keyboard what does this tell you about your typing skills? Explain

B. What is the most important thing to do when you are given an assignment? How do you ensure you receive a great grade this week? What can you do to increase your technology skills outside of school? 

 3rd/4th Grade Technology Skills-

  1. Continue to develop consistent “Home row” position on the keyboard, Increase speed & accuracy as you type.

  2. Navigate between 2 or more programs simultaneously on the computer.

Good Morning, Complete your quarter sheet and place it in the top left hand corner of your desk. You will follow all directions carefully to ensure a great grade.

Rubric A-

  1. Open and read the directions for “May National PFS Month” for the date 5-24-16.

  2. You will open your Google document titled, NPFSM Notes Rm 108.

  3. You will read the links 3 and 4 as you add the Roman numeral along with your bulleted notes 10 or more.

  4. You will place this information correctly on your document. Please take the time to read the instructions carefully for this week and last week.

  5. You will correct all errors and make any needed improvements.

  6. You will share with 2 classmates allowing them to make comments. Those same 2 classmates will share their document with you allowing comments.

  7. Remember as you peer edit you want to assist your classmate. You will reread all the information to ensure they have followed all directions. You will make positive comments as you share things they have done correctly. You will also share comments that allow them to understand how to improve their assignment.