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Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
Sharbs Class Expectations
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Sharbs Class Expectations

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Classroom guidelines and expectations

Classroom guidelines and expectations

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  • 1. SharbsClass.<br />The goals and expectations for Mrs. Sharbutt’s<br />Civics and Economics class.<br />
  • 2. Be Respectful<br />To yourself, your instructor and your classmates<br />Speak in a normal tone of voice, and listen attentively<br />Be Responsible<br />Be on time for class<br />Have materials with you and know due dates.<br />Turn in work on time, and always do your best<br />Correct problems quickly and peacefully before they escalate.<br />Set Specific Goals<br />Be Resourceful<br />Use your textbook<br />Read and make notes<br />Ask questions<br />Expectations<br />
  • 3. Low vs High Self EsteemRESPECT yourSELF<br />LOW<br />High<br />Positive self talk<br />Improved confidence<br />Happy relationships<br />High achievement<br />Good Grades<br />Negative self talk <br />Lack of self confidence <br />Unhappy relationships <br />Low achievement <br />Bad Grades <br />
  • 4. Responsibility for Classroom Work<br />Bring notebook/binder, textbook, planner, paper and appropriate writing tools to class.<br />Know due dates, and submit all coursework on time.<br />All assignments are posted on the class Web site and written on the assignment board. Use an Academic Planner to keep up with assignments, projects and tests.<br />
  • 5. Promote Lifelong Learning<br /> You can develop lifelong learning traits:<br />By showing curiosity about Setting Goals and Time Management.<br />By seeking Skill, Not Will.<br />By persisting in seeking out new solutions.<br />By using your unique talents and intelligence to promote positive change.<br />By learning and applying technology tools to solve problems.<br />
  • 6. Motivation<br />Motivators to make positive changes in your Life. Instead of Dealing with Stress!<br />POSITIVE SELF TALK<br />SELF SUFFICIENCY<br />AFFIRMATIONS <br />And AVOID procrastination!<br />
  • 7. Grading<br />Grades are what you make of them. Not what they make of you, unless YOU made it that way!<br />A + Not F-<br />YOUR CHOICE<br />
  • 8. My requests of you:<br />Progress in any situation no matter what<br />Work with meto solve problems<br />Promptly complete your assignments<br />Work with me to meet learning goals<br />Complete extra credit and alternative assessments if I determine it is necessary for your success<br />
  • 9. My promise to you:<br />I will…<br />Work with you to make progress in any situation no matter what<br />Work with you to solve problems<br />Have high expectations for your assignments and give you feedback so that you can improve and be successful <br />Work with you to meet learning goals<br />Offer extra credit and alternative assessments if I determine it is necessary for your success<br />

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