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Classroom plan

  1. 1. 8th Grade Algebra
  2. 2. Seating Arrangement: 1 Smart BoardSilver Team Teal Team Gray Team Green TeamChanel Blake B. Sam G. ChanceSteven Alejandro Levi AlexMichaela Sam F. Nicholas MatthewJonathan Chrissy Nicolette Lidia DoorJoshuaOrange Team Yellow Team Blue Team Purple TeamBryan Jeremy Emelda ToddStone Jacob Zachary Blake C.Sarah Kyla Lauren Hannah B.Paulina Katie David Angelyna Back of room
  3. 3. Seating Arrangement: 2/4 Smart BoardSilver Team Teal Team Gray Team Green TeamAngelo Tarek Jesse TylerBrandon Dalia Donovan JaredLina Tanner Eveet MatthewRachel Breanna Audrey Julia DoorOrange Team Yellow Team Blue Team Purple TeamKaylan Megan Amanda B. BrettAmanda R. Gabriella Kela DavidArlyn Dylan H. Ameer CierraDylan J. Elijah Alvin Savana Back of room
  4. 4. Seating Arrangement: 3 Smart BoardSilver Team Teal Team Gray Team Green TeamFadi Jenna Naomi SandraLana Noah Cameron ChristopherAntonio Daniel Monica ColeChristina Lauren James Nanssi DoorOrange Team Yellow Team Blue Team Purple TeamFaith Taylor Anna SierraAudrey Allison Tristan DaniTroy Astin Kyle JoshLeonardo Jason Matthew Kaylynn Back of room
  5. 5. Seating Arrangement: 5 Smart BoardSilver Team Teal Team Gray Team Green TeamKalvin Jake Nate BryceChloe Irene Paulo MorganKate Habib Kersteen RafiJason Brianna Izabel Leianna DoorReillyOrange Team Yellow Team Blue Team Purple TeamMatthew Noah Madison ZacharyDali Janelle Yousif SamanthaBrendan Vicente Robin ConnieHannah G. Nicole Mira Ethan Back of room
  6. 6. Write down yourDREAM
  7. 7. How to besuccessful 101
  8. 8. There are 6 thingsthat successfulpeople have in common.
  9. 9. Creativity You have ideas. You think outside the box. You try new things in new ways.
  10. 10. You search for answers.You don’t give up if a problemlooks too hard.You stretch your mind to findsolutions. Problem Solvers
  11. 11. Self TeachersYou can learn on your own.You can find answers yourself.You know where to look for help.
  12. 12. You say no to negativity.You know how to adjust yourattitude. Positive Attitudes
  13. 13. ConfidenceIf it doesn’t come naturally, youbuild it.You accomplish your goals.You face your fears.You fail and keep trying.
  14. 14. You want to be successful. You set high goals. You work hard to achieve them.Drive
  15. 15. Self Teachers ConfidenceCreativity Positive Attitudes DriveProblem Solvers
  16. 16. ANYBODYcan be successful
  17. 17. ALBERT EINSTEINDIDN’TLEARN TOSPEAKUNTIL HEWAS FOUR.HISPARENTSTHOUGHTHE HAD ADISORDER.
  18. 18. Thomas Edison Teachers told him he would “never learn anything.”
  19. 19. Werner Von BraunFlunked 9thgrade.
  20. 20. WALT DISNEYWAS FIREDFROM HISNEWSPAPERJOB BECAUSETHEY SAID HEHAD “NO GOODIDEAS.”(…YEAH…)
  21. 21. ProceduresWhat you need for this class…3-ring binder (can be shared with other subjects) or 3 sections of accordion file and 1 spiral notebook3 tab dividers for binder 1 for homework 1 for classwork 1 for journalingPlenty of paper in your binderScientific calculator at homePencilsRed grading pens
  22. 22. ProceduresWhen you get to class each day…… there will be a short assignment called abellringer waiting for you on the table or on thewhiteboard. Please set your homework binderopen on your desk and get to work on thebellringer quietly, so we can begin our class rightaway. Please do not come into class talking loudlyor being disruptive.
  23. 23. ProceduresWhen you finish your firstassignment…… please stay quiet while others around you finish.You can use this time to get your class notes readyand organize your space.
  24. 24. ProceduresHomework assignmentsAll homework assignments must be completed inpencil. If homework is completed in pen, it will haveto be done over again in pencil. There are noexceptions to this. When doing homeworkassignments, all work must be shown, not just theanswer. Homework must be neat and easy to read.Homework that is messy or difficult to read will begiven back to be done correctly.
  25. 25. ProceduresHomework assignments… during the bellringer assignment, I will go aroundchecking in homework. Make sure your binder isopen to the correct page. You will get a stamp onyour work to show it was checked in. If any part ofthe homework assignment is incomplete, only 1point will be given for the assignment.
  26. 26. ProceduresGrading homework assignmentsAfter the bellringer, students will grade their ownhomework assignments. A red pen must be used forgrading. Pencils must be put away during gradingtime. Students found cheating during grading timewill receive no credit for the assignment and will besent to the office to call their parents.
  27. 27. ProceduresHomework assignment points: 3-2-1Homework grades are given on a 3-2-1 scale asfollows: 3 points are given if all problems are attempted and at least half the problems are correct2 points are given if all problems are attempted and less than half are correct1 point is given if any problems are missing0 points are given if homework is not done
  28. 28. ProceduresHomework assignment points: 3-2-10 and 1 point homework grades cannot be made up for a higher score.2 point homework grades can be done over to reach a grade of 3.
  29. 29. ProceduresDuring the Lesson…… pay attention and take notes, either on yourown paper in your classroom work section, oron handouts I will give you. Remember– it’sokay to ask questions! Most likely, someoneelse is wondering the same thing you are, and issecretly grateful you said something!
  30. 30. ProceduresDuring projects…… you’ll be working with other students, so talkingwith your group is fine… as long as you do so quietlyand are talking about the project.
  31. 31. ProceduresAt the end of class…… don’t pack up or get up and leave when you thinkit’s time. Wait for me to dismiss you. If you startgetting ready to go ahead of time, you end up beinga distraction for someone else, and you may nothear important information about the next class orthe assignment. You will also be asked to return toyour seat or get your supplies back out.
  32. 32. ProceduresIf you need to use the restroom…… please use the restroom before you come in toclass. This may mean you need to arrive at school afew minutes early, so you have time. If you just can’twait until the end of class, you can ask to go to therestroom during student activity time. Please do notask to leave the room while I am in the middle ofteaching– I don’t want you to miss somethingimportant.
  33. 33.  Be Productive Class Guidelines  Bring your materials to class  Be ready to start learning when class starts  Do your homework assignments on time  Don’t waste time in class Be Motivated  Compete with yourself, not with your classmates  Always do your personal best on any assignment  Encourage your classmates to do their best Be Polite  Respect your teacher, your classmates, and yourself  Pay attention when someone else is talking.  Refrain from using curse words in class– be a professional student
  34. 34. Class GuidelinesThings that will get you a warning…Goofing off during class timeHaving a cell phone or personal electronic device outAbusing or wasting classroom tools (this includes using white board markers for doodling)Not being encouraging to fellow studentsNot participating in classUsing profanitySpeaking out of turn
  35. 35. Class GuidelinesThings that will get you sent to theoffice…Cheating or attempted cheatingBeing disruptive in classDishonestyDestruction of property/vandalism (this includes writing in the textbook)Being disrespectful to the teacher or any school staffCarrying dangerous objects or weaponsWritten up twice for dress code
  36. 36. Remember, at Literacy First, We live ABOVE the line
  37. 37. ConsequencesEvery action results in a consequence.Some are good, some are not so good.The important thing to remember is thatget to choose which consequences youwant.
  38. 38. Consequences: Homework Consequence: Action: Consequence: You get homework You turn in your You pass the math credit and win ahomework each day class! point for your team.
  39. 39. Consequences: Homework Consequence: Consequence: You fall Action: Even if you came to behind, and have toYou miss a day of class that day, you do make up more homework not get homework homework in less points. time.
  40. 40. Consequences: Disrupting the class Action: Consequence: You Consequence:You pose a distraction may be sent to the You may lose points office to call your by talking or goofing for your team. parents. off during class time
  41. 41. ConsequencesREMEMBER,You choose to be productive in class or not.You choose to turn in your homework or not.You choose to be a positive contributor in ourmath classroom or not.You choose your own consequences.

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