Grade:  3

Subject: Visual Art

Goals:

  1. Students will know and use the elements of art.
  2. Students will know and use the principles of design.
  3. Students will create art in two and three dimensions using a variety of media, techniques, and processes.
  4. Students will demonstrate proper use, care, and storage of tools, materials, and equipment.
  5. Student will create projects based on the artistic traditions of various artists, cultures and time periods.
  6. Students will apply appropriate art terminology in viewing, responding to and evaluating artworks.
  7. Students will value what has been created by self and others and understand the value of differences in individual expression.
  8. Students will relate the visual arts to other subject areas of the curriculum.

Subject:  Computer Education

Goals:

  1. Students will practice keyboard skills.
  2. Students will navigate parts of system using the desktop.
  3. Students will compose using word processor and presentation software.
  4. Students will understand appropriate use of equipment and computer lab.

Subject:  English

Goals:

  1. The students will speak and write Standard English, including grammar, usage, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization into all subject areas.
  2. The students will write formally (reports, essays) and informally (notes, stories, journals).
  3. The students will participate in formal and informal presentations and discussions.
  4. The students will use the writing process.
  5. The students will use technology to research information and present information, including but not limited to, word processing.

Subject:  Math

Goals:

  1. The students will learn basic math skills.
  2. The students will learn to compute accurately.
  3. The students will demonstrate an ability to apply math reasoning.
  4. The students will learn to apply abstract, logical thinking as it applies to everyday life.
  5. The students will demonstrate retention of previously learned objectives through a variety of ongoing assessments.

Subject:  Physical Education

Goals:

  1. The students will develop and understanding and respect for differences among people in physical activities.
  2. The students will demonstrate good sportsmanship and cooperation.
  3. The students will integrate a competence in movement and spatial relations.
  4. The students will develop ability in fundamentals of throwing, catching, kicking and dribbling.
  5. The students will acquire the basic principles of physical health.
  6. The students will develop an awareness of physical safety.

Subject:  Reading

Goals:

  1. The students will read independently
  2. The students will decode words develop phonic skills to expand vocabulary
  3. The students will read for understanding and comprehension
  4. The students will acquire comprehension through listening skills

Subject:  Religion

Goals:

  1. The students will demonstrate knowledge of basic prayers.
  2. The students will express understanding that the Mass and Eucharist is the celebration of the Church and the center of Catholic life.
  3. The students will understand God’s word as the Gospel-“Good News”.
  4. The students will demonstrate knowledge of Mary, Jesus’ Mother, and the lives of the saints.
  5. The students will understand and participate in service to the community.
  6. The students will display Christian values through moral living.

Subject:  Science

Goals:

  1. The students will identify organisms as living
  2. The students will identify the parts that make up organisms
  3. The students will identify where organisms live
  4. The students will identify the planets in the solar system
  5. The students will identify the rocks of the earth surface
  6. The students will make, read, and interpret graphs and charts

Subject:  Social Studies

Goals:

  1. The students will identify a US Map, World Map, and Globe
  2. The students will learn mapping skills-symbols, scale, graphs etc.
  3. The students will identify rivers and oceans and the characteristics of each
  4. The students will identify forests, prairies, mountains and deserts and the animal life consistent to each one.
  5. The students will study Native American Indian tribes and the Pilgrims