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Introduction to Mr. Martella's science class.

Introduction to Mr. Martella's science class.

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  • Welcome to Integrated Science 2 Mr. Martella Room 211 Please choose a seat at a table and relax.
  • Seven things students want to know on the first day of school
    • Am I in the right room?
    • Where am I supposed to sit?
    • What are the rules in this classroom?
    • What will I be doing this year?
    • How will I be graded?
    • Who is the teacher as a person?
    • Will the teacher treat me as a human being?
  • What are the rules in this classroom?
    • Arrive to class on time.
    • Come to class prepared and ready to learn.
    • Be respectful!
    • ** Classroom Expectations handout
  • Classroom Procedures
    • What do I do when my pencil breaks?
    • What do I do when I need to use the restroom?
    • What do I do when I have a question?
    • What do I do when I finish my work early?
    NO!! YES!! YES!! You will always have something to do.
    • What do I do when the bell rings?
    NO!! YES!! You should remain seated making sure that your area is clean. The teacher dismisses, not the bell. When I dismiss you, push your seat in and walk slowly to the door.
  • What will I be doing this year?
    • This year you will be expected to take on many different responsibilities in order to have a successful year.
    • Complete daily journal entries (i.e. “Quick Thinker”).
    • Labs
    • Quizzes and Tests
    • Projects
    • Reading and Homework
  • What will I be doing this year?
    • Integrated Science 2 is built upon two areas of science:
    • Physical Science
    • 2. Earth Science
  • Physical Science
    • Motion and Forces
    • Calculate speed, acceleration
    • Newton’s Laws of Motion
    • Gravity, friction, pressure
    • Big Idea: Physical forces affect the movement of all matter on Earth and throughout the universe
  • Earth Science
    • Earth’s Surface
    • The Changing Earth
    • Earth’s Waters
    • Earth’s Atmosphere
    • Big idea: Earth has changed over time and continues to change.
  • Seven things students want to know on the first day of school
    • Am I in the right room?
    • Where am I supposed to sit?
    • What are the rules in this classroom?
    • What will I be doing this year?
    • How will I be graded?
    • Who is the teacher as a person?
    • Will the teacher treat me as a human being?
  • Grading Procedures
    • Each assignment will be assigned a certain number of points.
    • Points determined by length and difficulty of assignment.
    • Points accumulate during the nine weeks and can be converted to a percentage at any time.
    Review New Brighton’s standard grading scale in your handbook!
  • Grading Procedures
    • Homework
      • All homework is expected to be turned in at the beginning of class on the day that it is due.
      • Late homework will be accepted for ½ credit as long as it is turned in by Friday of the week that it was assigned.
      • ** REMEMBER- ½ credit = 50% at the most!!
  • Who is the teacher as a person?
  • Seven things students want to know on the first day of school
    • Am I in the right room?
    • Where am I supposed to sit?
    • What are the rules in this classroom?
    • What will I be doing this year?
    • How will I be graded?
    • Who is the teacher as a person?
    • Will the teacher treat me as a human being?
    • One hundred years from now it will not matter
    • What kind of car I drove,
    • What kind of house I lived in,
    • How much I had in the bank,
    • Or what my clothes looked like.
    • But the world will be a better place because
    • I was important in the life of my students.