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Tracing Back the ROOTS OF MY ROOTS: Richard I "the Fearless" and Gunnora. Richard I, Duke of NormandyRichard I "the Fearless" or (French) "Sans Peur" Richard I of Normandy (933–996), also known as Richard the Fearless (French: Sans Peur), was the Duke of Normandy from 942 to 996. Dudo of Saint-Quentin, whom Richard commissioned to write his De moribus et actis primorum Normanniae ducum (Latin: On the Customs and Deeds of the First Dukes of Normandy), called him a dux, but this use of the word may have been in the context of Richard's leadership in war, and not a reference to a title of nobility.Richard either introduced feudalism into Normandy, or he greatly expanded it.

By the end of his reign, most important landholders held their lands in feudal tenure. Birth Richard was born to William I of Normandy, princeps or ruler of Normandy, and Sprota. He was also the grandson of the famous Rollo. He was about 10 years old when his father was killed on 17 December 942. His mother was a Breton concubine captured in war and bound to William by a Danish marriage. Life. 3rd Grade. 3rd GRADE Please click here to see a full description of the SOL's. Internet Safety LANGUAGE, Released test TP1, Released Test TP 2, Released Test TP 3 SCIENCE, Review 1, Review 2, Review 3, Review 4, Review 5, Review 6, Review 7, Review 8 Released Test Turning Points: 2002, 2002 Part1, 2002 Part 2, 2004, 2004 Part 1, 2004 Part2, 2006, 2006 Part 1, 2006 Part 2, 2008, 2008 Part1, 2008 Part 2.

3rd - Mrs. Myers / Myers' Magnificents' gameplan and web activities. Dear families, Can you believe we are in our last six weeks! Students and parents, thank you for your involvement in our class and your student's education. They are certainly worth our effort to work together! :) We've completed our Reading SOL testing! Whoo Hoo! Week after next, we will take our Math testing over two days.

C.A.N. Since 3rd grade is considered upper elementary level, students have a homework folder that includes their homework packet for the week and their Word Study notebook each evening. I am implementing some whole brain teaching strategies this year, to help your student become more engaged in their education and teach one another what they are learning. As teachers, we will be focusing on teaching and learning to be visible. I am enjoying your children! We have a classroom pet named Rex (Rexie), who is a Mini Rex breed.

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3rd - Mrs. Deborah Burke / Social Studies Symbaloo. Skip to Main Content District Home Select a School... Select a School Sign In Register search Craigsville Elementary School EmailDirectoryContact 3rd - Mrs. Mrs. Addair's Class – 2015-2016 » Science and Social Studies Notes. Google Forms - Ridgeview Library and Media Center. MeMoves | Heart. Brain. Connect. 4th Grade / Study Guides. Copy Of 3rd Sol Review - Lessons. Into the Book: Teacher Area.

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SOL - Reading. Texting with Activexpressions | BrainPOP Educators. Today BrainPOP was visited by one of Promethean’s super-talented TLC’s, Ben Posner. Ben showed us Promethean’s new Activexpression devices and helped us brainstorm ways to use them with BrainPOP. Activexpressions are Student Response Systems, or SRS devices. If you’re not familiar with SRS devices, they allow teachers to get instant feedback on what each student knows or has to say. Newer SRS devices allow students to respond in a variety of ways; the Activexpression devices even allow students to text short answers with a mobile-phone like design.

One topic we explored was how students could use SRS devices like Activexpression to write collaboratively. For example, In BrainPOP’s Thirteen Colonies Activity: “Think About It,”, each student could use the devices to text one reason why colonial immigrants and modern immigrants have similar reasons for coming to America. Their various texted responses would appear on the interactive whiteboard at the front of the room. 3rd Grade Resources - Page 1 - ActivInspire Flipcharts, Smart Notebook Files, Printable Worksheets & Lessons. Suggested Apps - Google Sheets. iPads in Schools.