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School Open House Grade High School

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  • 1. Ms Palmer’s Room
    Room 205
  • My Classroom
  • 5. About Me:
    • I’m a new teacher.
    • 6. I have a degree in mathematics and psychology from Ashford University.
    • 7. I love helping people, which led me to becoming a teacher.
    • 8. I love to read in my free time.
    • 9. I’ve learned a lot of new computer techniques for the classroom and will bring them into this room.
    • 10. I’m willing to answer any questions and take suggestions about things related to the classroom.
  • Things Needed For
    The Classroom
    Kleenex Boxes
    • Soft ones are better than the paper ones the school offers.
    Dry Erase Markers
    • Different colors
    White Posterboard
    • Large for geometry classes.
    • 11. Normal size for Algebra II and Calculus for
    Unit Circles.
    AAA Batteries (for calculators)
    Extra Supplies:
    • Pencils
    • 12. Erasers
    • 13. Loose Leaf Paper (College Ruled = More Lines)
  • Calculus
    Rules and Expectations:
    ALWAYS bring materials:
    Do NOT degrade anyone’s thoughts or questions.
    Be respectful.
    If you have a question or don’t understand something, ask! Another person may have the same question.
    This isn’t easy material. You will have to spend time outside of class.
    Class time is NOT to be spent talking unless it’s a free day. Doing your homework in class benefits you and your grade.
    Homework will be given EVERY night.
    Refer to website
    weekly
  • 19. Algebra II
    Rules and Expectations:
    ALWAYS bring materials:
    You are NOT smarter or dumber than anyone else in the classroom.
    Be respectful.
    If you have a question or don’t understand something, ask! Another person may have the same question.
    Don’t waste class time. I will not go over something again just because you weren’t paying attention!
    Doing your homework in class benefits you and your grade.
    Homework will be given EVERY night.
    Refer to website
    weekly!
  • 24. Algebra I
    Rules and Expectations:
    ALWAYS bring materials:
    2. You are NOT smarter or dumber than anyone else in the classroom.
    3. Be respectful.
    4. If you have a question or don’t understand something, ask! Another person may have the same question.
    Don’t waste class time. I will not go over something again just because you weren’t paying attention!
    Doing your homework in class benefits you and your grade.
    Homework will be given EVERY night.
    Refer to website
    weekly!
    Do NOT rely on
    calculators.
  • 29. Geometry
    Rules and Expectations:
    ALWAYS bring materials:
    You are NOT smarter or dumber than anyone else in the classroom.
    Be respectful.
    If you have a question or don’t understand something, ask! Another person may have the same question.
    Don’t waste class time. I will not go over something again just because you weren’t paying attention!
    Doing your homework in class benefits you and your grade.
    Homework will be given EVERY night.
    Refer to website
    weekly!
    Do NOT rely on
    calculators.
  • 35. Each students should have:
    Calculator
    • Graphing calculator needed for calculus. See me if this is a problem.
    2 Notebooks
    • One for notes
    • 36. One for homework
    Textbook
    Pencils
    Erasers
    Red pen (for grading assignments)
  • 37. Grading and Extra Credit
    Homework will be accepted up to one week from due date.
    5% will be deducted each day it’s late, including weekends. However, remember that an F is better than a 0
    Homework will be given daily.
    There will be a quiz or a test each week.
    The classroom website will have that week’s assignments posted by Monday morning for that week.
    If the student gets an A both quarters they do not have to take the semester final (extra credit not included in this figure)
    Extra credit is random and will be posted on the website. I will not inform students when it’s available.
    If students bring in materials that are needed for the classroom, 5 points will be added to each quarter grade, for each quarter items are donated.
    Notes will be collected the day of each test and will be graded. If your students take the notes I give and include the examples, it’s VERY easy points.
    Grades will be posted at midterms on the classroom website by secret number. If you or your student need to know their grade any other time, feel free to e-mail me.
  • 38. Information
    Classroom Website:
    http://npalmer.jottit.com
    E-mail:
    palmern@school.edu
    School Number:
    555-1234