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  • 1. Procedures and Expectations
  • 2.
    • Respect yourself, others, and property at all times.
    • Listen to instructions carefully the first time they are given.
    • Before you speak or leave your seat, raise your hand and wait to be recognized by the teacher for permission.
    • Come to class prepared with assignments, correct supplies, and be ready to learn.
  • 3.
    • Everyday you will copy the planner board into your agenda.
    • Begin bellwork assignment on a 3-hole punched piece of paper.
    • Wait for further instructions from the teacher.
  • 4.
    • Miss Simmons will do her best to have you ready to go when the bell rings.
      • However, the bell does not dismiss you, Miss Simmons does.
    • Wait for teacher instruction to move onto the next class.
  • 5.
    • 3 inch 3 ring binder and planner provided by Tomlin.
    • 3 hole notebook paper.
    • 3 hole 1 subject spiral notebook.
    • Pencils, highlighter, glue stick, hand-held pencil sharpener.
  • 6.
    • Class Work
    • Bell Work
    • Public speaking activities
    • Projects/book reports
    • Tests/quizzes
    • Cooperative learning activities
    • Participation
  • 7.
    • First and Last Name
    • Date
    • Assignment Name
    • Period
    • Miss Simmons
    • 8/26/10
    • Cornell Notes
    • 1
  • 8.
    • Bellwork for the entire week should be done on 1 sheet of paper; you may use front and back.
    • Students should label each BW entry with the date completed.
  • 9.
    • Wait for Miss Simmons’s instruction on the collection of assignments.
    • Please give make-up assignments directly to Miss Simmons upon entering the classroom.
  • 10.
    • Upon entering the classroom, remind Miss Simmons that you were absent.
    • Check Miss Simmons’s planner to see what you missed.
    • If need be, the teacher will provide you with make-up work.
  • 11.
    • Power Clap- teacher will count 1,2,3 and then everyone gives a great big clap- ONCE only !
  • 12.
    • Verbal praise or power clap
    • Positive call, note, or email to family
    • Emergency bathroom pass or ticket
    • Recognition certificate and ticket
    • Computer pass
    • Candy
  • 13.
    • Tickets are earned for excellent behavior or academic success.
    • On the back of the ticket- students must write their first and last name and period #.
    • Students will be entered into bi-weekly raffle drawings for prizes.
  • 14.
    • To supplement class discussion and to allow each student the opportunity to contribute “THE BAG” will be used.
      • Everyone’s name is placed in a bag.
      • At random a student’s name is drawn.
      • Whoever is drawn is responsible for the answer.
  • 15.
    • Clap once if you can hear me.
    • Ok, let’s wrap it up in 5-4-3-2-1. Stop what you are doing, eyes on teacher, class is quiet, and ready to listen.
    • “ Focus on the front, stop talking.”
  • 16.
    • Passes will only be provided during student work time.
    • Each student will have four passes to use during the nine weeks.
      • First ask for permission.
      • Then fill out your planner.
      • Next mark date and time in record book.
      • Last take your pass and quickly return to class.
    • REMEMBER: You will have only FOUR PASSES
  • 17.
    • “ In an effective classroom, students should not only know what they are
    • doing, they should also know why and how.”
    • ~Harry Wong