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Mr. Robison

Matt Robison


Robison Daily Schedule

8:05-840     Grade School ELA/Math Small Group

8:45-9:40    Grade School ELA/Math Small Group

9:45-10:25   ELA (English 3)

10:30-11:20  Study Hall

11:50-12:35  Math (Pre-Algebra)

12:40-1:25   Study Hall

1:30-2:15    ELA (English 3)

2:20-3:10    Planning/Student Revew/Conferences


Teacher Background Information

Teaching: This is my 15th year in education. Before teaching I have been a director in public access television, mental health associate in behavioral health, coach (soccer, softball, girls basketball) and youth pastor. 

This is my first year at Lowpoint-Washburn. Previously, I have worked in Peoria District 150 and Tremont. At Tremont, I was able to help sponsor the middle school student council and direct high school theater productions of Grease and The Grimm Brothers Spectaculathon.

Family: I have three children and a granddaughter.  Two of my kids are students at East Peoria Community High School, while my oldest is working on a nursing curriculum at ICC.

Class Description ELA:

This class will build on literature basics of plot, characters, and themes. Students will begin an in-depth study of literature in a variety of genres. With a variety of texts and writing assignments, students will break down these texts, analyze, and evaluate the effectiveness of the writing.

Students will interpret the story’s messages and explain how the messages apply to the time period in which it was written. Students will determine how the author used specific literary devices to advance the story.

Formative assessments include pre-reading assignments, vocabulary review, concept mapping, annotations, etc., reading and responses to critical thinking questions and discussions, and grammar assignments.

Summative assessments include essays, formal presentations, and tests.

Class Description Math:

In Pre-Algebra,  topics will include integers, order of operations, algebraic expressions, one and two-step equations, proportions, percents, probability, geometry, and linear equations.  These skills learned will serve as the basic foundation of supporting your mathematics learning throughout high school and college.

Formative Assessments include pop quizzes, review questions and classroom interactive games.

Summative Assessments include unit exams and tests.