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  • 1. Welcome to Fashion! Mrs. Kallal
  • 2. Course Content
    • Students will…
    • Study what people wear
    • Recognize ways in which clothing communicates
    • Identify various elements of clothing design, style, and care
  • 3. Course Content…Continued
    • Participate in class discussions and in-class activities
    • Complete a variety of group/individual assignments, & projects
  • 4. Rules and Guidelines
    • ATTENDANCE
    • Please be in your assigned seat when the bell rings!
    • Tardy Policy
      • First– Teacher detention
      • Second – Teacher detention
      • Third – Call home - detention
      • Fourth – Office referral
      • *Detention is 15 min. served with me before/after school or on Fridays during lunch.
  • 5. Rules and Guidelines…Continued
    • SUPPLIES NEEDED:
    • Pen/pencil, notebook paper, planner
    • FCS bucks
    • Fashion Folder
    • The binder will be provided to you in class and all of its contents can be used on the final exam (HINT: It is a great way to keep your fashion materials organized!!)
  • 6. Rules and Guidelines…Continued
    • Please validate respect to the teacher and your fellow classmates; NO negativity towards others will be tolerated!
    • You will respect school property and that of your classmate’s
    • All other rules that apply can be found in the East High student handbook
  • 7. Rules and Guidelines…Continued
    • NO FOOD OR DRINK!! (unless you have a note from the nurse or it is part of an FCCLA, or special activity)
    • Absolutely no cell phones or other electronic devices such as I-PODS! They are not to be used in the classroom! PLEASE keep these items put away until after/before school!
  • 8. Grading
    • Grades are based on points earned on daily assignments, tests/quizzes, projects, and the child development notebook
    • Attendance is important as a MAJORITY of the work is done in class
  • 9. Late Work
    • All work missed due to absences will be given an “F” or “zero” until the appropriate work has been completed. YOU are responsible for late work!
    • Assignments just one day late will automatically have a 20% point deduction!
  • 10. Grading
    • EXTRA CREDIT:
    • Offered throughout the semester
    • Must be turned in before the final exam
    • Please see me if you have an idea for an extra credit project
  • 11. $$FCS BUCKS $$
    • Earn FCS bucks…
    • By being in class and being on time
    • Random acts of kindness
    • By having perfect attendance at the end of term one
    • Earning them for prizes or games
    • Being selected student of the month
  • 12. Why should I save FCS bucks??
    • Final Exam Exemption
      • 100 bucks to be exempt from the final exam (this works in addition to the school’s final exam exemption policy)
    • Extra Credit
      • Up to 20 bucks each term can be turned in as extra credit points or to make up an assignment
  • 13. Text Book Policy
    • DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEXTBOOK! IT WILL COST YOU A LOT OF MONEY!!
  • 14. FCS Student of the Month
    • FCS Student of the Month will be awarded to one student from the child development, personal health and development, and fashion class each month
    • This student must:
      • Have good attendance
      • Turn in and complete work
      • Show respect to others
      • Be a model student
  • 15. What questions do you have?
  • 16. Tell Me More…
    • On a sheet of paper answer the following. Turn into the black bin on my desk. (name is optional)
    • What are your hobbies and interests?
    • Why did you take this course?
    • What specific things would you like to learn in this course?
    • What skills/knowledge/experiences do you bring to this class that might benefit me and the other students?
    • How can I help you be successful?