• Mrs. Dietz

     

     
     
     
     
     

    Mrs. Dietz
     
         Email dietzm@nebobcats.org
     
     Grade: 5 ELA
     
    Phone: 266-7030
     
    Homeroom: 211
     
     
     
     
    ALL ABOUT ME
     
     
    I've been a teacher in the Northeastern School District since 1997. Throughout the years I’ve taught
     
    second, third, and sixth grades, finally settling in fifth grade! I received my Bachelors Degree from
     
    Penn State University, a Masters in Elementary Education and a Reading Specialist Certification from
     
    Millersville University, and earned +60 credits from Millersville, Penn State, and Wilkes.
     
     
     
    I have two wonderfully, incredible children...Sophia and Garrett!
     
     
     
    About our Classroom
     
     
    The main objective in my classroom is to be a facilitator, challenge my students’ individual strengths,
     
     
     
     
    while finding ways to maintain their interests in learning. We all learn in a variety of styles. In this
     
     
     
     
    classroom we will learn as a whole, with buddies, in small instructional groups, and independently. 
     
     
     
     
    Here's a look into our Classroom Curriculum...
     
     
    Shared Reading: Literature studies using the novels; Wonder,
     
     
     
    Tuck Everlasting, The Thief Lord, and Hear the Wind Blow 
     
     
     
     
     Guided Reading; Informational Articles about current events and curriculum related content 
     
     
     
     
     
    Word Work: A study of affixes, roots, Literature study vocabulary, and Guided Reading vocabulary
     
     
     
     
    Grammar: Parts of Speech  
     
     
     
     
    Writing: 5 Paragraph... Personal Narrative, Creative Narrative, Opinion Essay, Descriptive Informational
     
     
     
     
     Essay, and a 7 Paragraph Research Paper with thesis
     
     
      
     Fifth grade is a fun-filled, action packed year…GET READY TO LEARN!!!!!
     
     
     Items your child will Need:
     
    2 Marbled Composition Books

     

     No. 2 Pencils

     

    Wide Ruled Notebook Paper

     

     2 Three Ring Binders with clear pocket cover 

     

    6 hole punched pocket folders to place within binders

     

    Hand held pencil sharpener
     
                                     
    1 multi - color pack of highlighters
     
     
    Color Pencils
     
     
    Glue Stick 
     
     
    Homework Policy:
     
     
    The importance of homework is to reinforce the skills and concepts taught during the school day... Word Work
     
     
     
    will most likely be assigned Monday - Thursday in preparation for the test on Friday...No Homework on
     
     
     
    Weekends!  Any student who does not complete a homework assignment, will make it up during Positive Reward
     
     
     
    Recess.
     
       
     
    Parents...Please check your child’s Agenda daily for assignments and upcoming projects and assessments.
     
     
     
     SBI Binder
     
    Students should bring their binder back and forth to school each day.
     
    What’s Inside?
     
    Agenda 
     
    Homework Folder
     
    "Take it Home" Folder
     
    Express Mail Folder