Day One<br />
Tell Me About You<br />	Welcome to the OSSLC<br />	Please fill out the form on your desk while waiting for class to begin....
Why Are You Here?<br />
How Much Will You Be Paid to Attend This Class Today?<br />Students who finish high school earn............$1,216,000<br /...
Classroom Expectations<br />The bell signifies to the teacher that class should wrap up.  It is rude to pack up or leave y...
Course Outline <br />
Moira’s Academic Honesty Policy<br />Define plagiarism<br />How can you avoid plagiarizing?  <br />What is Moira’s policy ...
Introducing…<br />List something about yourself that most people in this room would have in common.<br />List something ab...
Weekly Routine<br />Monday:  	  Silent Reading<br />Tuesday:  	  Read Aloud<br />Wednesday: Silent Reading <br />Thursday:...
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Day 1 OSSLC
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Sept 2011

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  1. 1. Day One<br />
  2. 2. Tell Me About You<br /> Welcome to the OSSLC<br /> Please fill out the form on your desk while waiting for class to begin.<br /> If you have questions, let me know  <br />
  3. 3. Why Are You Here?<br />
  4. 4. How Much Will You Be Paid to Attend This Class Today?<br />Students who finish high school earn............$1,216,000<br />Students who do not finish high school earn.....$936,000<br />This means attending high school pays............$280,000<br />High school = 4 school years, or approximately 700 days<br />$280,000 divided by 700 days = $400 per day of high school<br />Each school day has 4 periods. $400 divided by 4 = $100<br />Actually if you continue on to university, college or an apprenticeship, you’ll make even more for attending class today.<br />You will be paid $100* to attend this class today!<br />Adapted from: <br />Gallagher, Kelly. Reading Reasons: Motivational Mini-Lessons for Middle and High School. Portland: Stenhouse Publishers, 2003.<br />
  5. 5. Classroom Expectations<br />The bell signifies to the teacher that class should wrap up. It is rude to pack up or leave your seats until you are dismissed.Remember the Three P’s<br />
  6. 6. Course Outline <br />
  7. 7. Moira’s Academic Honesty Policy<br />Define plagiarism<br />How can you avoid plagiarizing? <br />What is Moira’s policy on plagiarism?<br />http://edu.hpedsb.on.ca/mss/images/stories/userfiles/files/academic_honesty_policy_and_procedure.pdf<br />
  8. 8. Introducing…<br />List something about yourself that most people in this room would have in common.<br />List something about yourself that some people in this room may have in common.<br />List something about yourself that only a few people in this room may have in common.<br />List something about yourself that is unique to you.<br />Example:<br />I enjoyed summer holidays.<br />I like watching Criminal Minds<br />I live in Belleville<br />I have a 1 year old daughter named Isabell<br />
  9. 9. Weekly Routine<br />Monday: Silent Reading<br />Tuesday: Read Aloud<br />Wednesday: Silent Reading <br />Thursday: Read Aloud<br />Friday: Silent Reading<br />
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