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- Classroom Expectations Mrs. Flieg
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- Manners and the Golden Rule What would be YOUR rules for a classroom?
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- The Golden Rule What is the Golden Rule? Manners What does it look like? What doesnt it look like? What does it sound like? What doesnt it sound like? What will happen if I do not use good manners? Gossip It IS bullying
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- Toxic Words What words have a toxic effect on the environment? Give some examples:
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- Positive (Nourishing) Words What words have a positive effect on the environment? Give some examples:
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- Beginning of the Semester Stuff
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- What will I need? Folder Your folder is to remain in the school at ALL TIMES If you plan to attend ELP, your folder should contain all of the work you need for this class Do not get rid of anything from your folder until you check first Pencils/Pens (sharpened BEFORE class begins) What is NOT on this list? Headphones
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- How will I be graded? Attendance/Participation Bell-Ringers and Merit Card Points Projects Research Papers, PowerPoint Friday Writing Activity Tests/Quizzes (30% of Overall Grade) Weekly Vocab Quiz Daily Classroom Assignments Bell-Ringers, Reading Guides, Study Guides, Vocabulary, Note Packets Final Exam (ALL CLASSES) 10% of Overall Grade End-of-Course Exam (Biology B) 10% of Overall Grade Our Grading Scale 90-100% = A 80-89% = B 70-79% = C 60-69% = D Below 60% = F Grades are calculated on cumulative percentage and are rounded up whenever possible.
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- Student Behaviors Be prompt Be ready to learn when class begins. Be prepared Have materials with you and know due dates. Be a polite and positive participant Speak in a normal tone of voice, and listen attentively. Be productive Turn in work on time, and always do your best. Be a problem solver Correct problems quickly and peacefully before they escalate.
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- Showing Respect Value yourself. Be honest and ethical, and practice strong moral values. Treat all members of the school community and all visitors with politeness and respect. Use your best MANNERS Honor the ideas and opinions of others. Offer to help. Be responsible with property and belongings.
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- Merit Cards How do you earn points? Behavior 2 points Participation 2 points Arriving on time (ready to work) 1 point What does a Good Day look like? Points are awarded when class time is used wisely, when work is being completed, and when you are not being a distraction to others. Your cell phone does not make any appearances. Bell-Ringer is completed during the first 5 minutes of class. What do you do if you get points deducted? Learn from experience and have a better day tomorrow
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- Passes If you need to leave the classroom for any reason, please consider the following: Passes will not be given until your bell-ringer is complete Do not interrupt a class discussion or lecture to ask for a pass. All passes must be returned when you come back to class. You may not go to any other location other than what is noted on your pass.
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- Responsibility for Coursework Bring folder and appropriate writing tools to class. Books are to remain in the classroom (copies of chapters may be printed for you.) Know due dates, and submit all coursework on time. All assignments are posted on the SmartBoard. If you need a copy of something, check the binder
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- Copying/Plagiarism Copying the work of others is NOT tolerated Copying another students will result in the following: A 0 for the assignment in the grade book An alternate assignment option (Mrs. Fliegs discretion) Examples: Textbook outline Essay Research Paper Research Projects You are not allowed to copy and paste of someone elses work and claim it as your own Summarize, reword, and paraphrase Use Proper Citations
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- Daily Classroom Procedures
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- Entering the classroom Merit Cards in BASKET Note: This does NOT say Mrs. Fliegs desk Collect Folder and get materials ready Sharpen Pencil (if needed), collect missing assignments Sit in Assigned Seat and Complete Bell-Ringer Assignment 5 Minute Limit Complete Sentences (discussion to follow) Begin working on Reading Guide until additional instructions are given. If you are using a netbook, remember to sign it out Tardies (discussion prompt)
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- What do I do while Im in class? Assignments (Learning Tasks) are posted on SmartBoard Group Work (discussion prompt) Turn in completed assignments in appropriate basket Please do not put your work on my desk Please do not hand your papers to me (put them into the basket). Be attentive and participate in class discussions Focus and work diligently during independent work time. I should NEVER hear: I dont have anything to work on You didnt give me anything to do
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- Dismissal Procedures Please do not pack up materials until you are given permission Bell-to-bell learning Return borrowed materials and put folder into appropriate location Books NEVER leave the classroom Log off and power down your netbook Clean up your mess Push in your chair Merit cards will be returned to you at the door 4 th Period: Commons/Bus Duty
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- What if I was absent? Check Binder for Missing Assignments Tests/Quizzes If you are absent on the day a test or quiz was given, you will complete it on the day you return to class Missing the review is not a reason to postpone test Are there exceptions? Regularly check SISK12 Portal for Grades and Missing Assignments
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- ELP ELP is offered to make-up minutes and to provide time for you to complete work that was not finished in class If you plan to attend ELP, it is your responsibility to collect materials you need to complete work and place them in the ELP classroom. Classrooms will NOT be unlocked Books do NOT leave the classroom or go home with you.
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- Complete Sentences When should I use complete sentences? What does a complete sentence look like?
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- Bell-Ringers Monday: Learning Goal: Learning Tasks: Bell-Ringer:
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- The Purpose
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- Promote Lifelong Learning You can develop lifelong learning traits: By showing curiosity about human nature and how the world works. By seeking and valuing diversity. By persisting in seeking out new solutions. By using your unique talents and intelligence to promote positive change. By learning and applying technology tools to solve problems.
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- My Pledge to Students I will trust you until you give me reason to do otherwise. I will respect you and work with you to solve problems. I will promptly correct and offer feedback on your work. I will work with you to meet learning goals. I will offer extra help and alternative assessments should you require them.
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- Physical Education Classroom Binder Your Folder Do NOT write on this folder Stapled papers remain in the folder Achieve 3000 (20% of Final Grade) Logging Articles Research Project (30% of Final Grade)
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