Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin., #23, 9731-174 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5T 6G4
December XXVth, MMXV
Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA, Minister of Education, New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder
It was all part of the plan that my late mother, Mrs. June C. Koopmans, B. Ed. & her dad Archie would constantly collect every issue they could of the Classic Illustrated Comics. So it was smart of mom to bring them into her Grade II Classroom at Afton Elementary School & other student & teacher settings. Reading the comic version would in mom's mind encourage kids to read these great stories in novel format when they got older. Time for a Christmas Day plan ma!
Thursday, December 17th, 1970:
Printing: "T", "t", "there", "they are" & t focus words. Then placing them in sentences.
Phonics: Arithmetic table on Pages 55 & 56.
Language Arts: 9:30AM. Walk over to the bathrooms with students to remind them to call for adult help if they see strangers in or around bathrooms. Student & teacher safety must always come first!
Reading: 10AM TV: watching: "Jack Frost."
- show kids what dentists do by having a retired dentist come in & teach about teach care.
Spelling: Spell words based on teeth so that students remember words & message of dentist.
Story: Student story about being safe & happy at the dentist's office in a play format.
Arithmetic: Finish paper pictures of fireplaces that students can write numbers on to count the bricks.
TV: 2PM, watch "Ernie's Place" with Grade 3 class & then talk with these older mentoring students about the story in an interactive format.
Entertainment: Final rehearsal for school play at seniors home.
Workbook, Pages 68 & 69.
-clean desks to get ready for Christmas break & create space for fresh January assignments!
Her Majesty The Queen Works Christmas Day ThereIV Ma Has To,
Source: "The Historical Lesson Plans Of Mrs. June C. Koopmans, B. Ed."