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  • 1. PowerPoint Presentation
    Mrs. Strohmaier
    (You may call me Mrs. Stroh)
    The information presented is correlated to The First Days of School. ADAPTED FROM: http://www.effectiveteaching.com/secure/uploads/file/GoBe%20Links/Unit%
    20E/DVD/PowerPoint_Seroyer_UFDS.ppt#12
  • 2. Welcome to Mrs. Stroh’s Classroom
    Procedures and Guidelines
    correlated to
    The First Days of School
  • 3. Am I in the right room?
  • 4. Where am I supposed to sit?
  • 5. Who is this teacher as a person?
  • 6. Will this teacher treat me fairly?
    Yes,
    Always!
  • 7. 7
    CLICKS AND CLUNKS
    CLICK
    CLUNK
  • 8. 8
    How to succeed under every circumstance!!!
  • 9. How will I be graded?
    You will earn the grades you receive.
  • 10. Grading Policy
    Grammar:
    Tests: 60%
    Homework: 20%
    Performance: 20%
    Spelling and Vocabulary
    Tests: 60%
    Homework: 20%
    Performance: 20%
     
    Writing:
    Tests: 20%
    Homework: 20%
    Performance 60%
  • 11. Mrs. Stoh’s Classroom Rules for SuccessfulLearning
    • Be courteous.
    • 12. Be prepared.
    • 13. Be on time.
    • 14. Follow all procedures and policies.
    Choosing to follow the rules will result in the following:
    • Verbal Acknowledgement
    • 15. A stress free learning environment
    • 16. A pleasant and secure atmosphere
    Choosing not to follow the rules will result in the following:
    1st—Warning and documentation
    2nd—Loss of recess
    3rd—Action Form, Parental, Contact
    4th—Disciplinary Referral
  • 17. Mrs. Stroh’sClassroom Contract
    • Guidelines
    • 18. Procedures
  • Guideline #1
    Be in your assigned seat and working on the assigned bellwork when the bell rings.
  • 19. Guideline #2
    Bring ALL books and materials to class and take them with you when you leave.
  • 20. Guideline #3
    Follow directions the first time they are given.
  • 21. Guideline #4
    Treat each person in this room with respect and dignity.
  • 22. Guideline #5
    Follow all procedures and policies as outlined in the St. Mary’s
    Handbook.
  • 23. Special Guideline
    This classroom is a “No Whining Zone”. That means that there will be no whining, for ANY reason.
    Everything that I do is in your best interest, so please respect the “No Whining Zone” this year.
  • 24. Not Following Guidelines will result in . . .
    1st
    Warning
    2nd
    Action Plan
    3rd
    Infraction Notice/Parental Contact
  • 25. Mrs. Stroh’s Action Plan
    What’s the problem?
    2. What’s causing the problem?
    (Please list the factors)
    3. What plan will you use to solve the problem?
    ________________
    Date
    _______________________
    Student’s Signature
  • 26. Let’s Not Go Here!
    Infraction NoticeOffense____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Conference Result___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Date_____________________Student’s Signature_____________________Teacher Signature
  • 27. Guideline Infraction Notice
    of class
  • 30. Severe Clause
    Any student who uses profanity, fights, damages school property (this includes the property of the teacher and other students), or is disrespectful (as defined by the teacher) will be sent to the office IMMEDIATELY.
  • 31. FollowingGuidelines will result in . .
    Verbal acknowledgement
    A stress-free learning environment
    A pleasant and orderly classroom atmosphere
  • 32. Entering the Room
    Please enter quietly.
    Have a seat.
    Take out your materials.
    Check board for daily
    assignment.
    Begin assignment.
    If no assignment is on the
    board, read workshop or choice book.
  • 33. Student Responsibility Report
    Personal Responsibility Report (When work is missing
    or incomplete.)
    Check all that apply to you.
    _____I did not have materials in class today.
    Circle: book, pencil, paper, notebook, other_________________
    _____I did not have the assigned homework.
    _____I did the homework but did not have it in class
    _____I did not return assigned materials (ex. Progress report).
    Excuses: Check all that apply to you.
    _____I did not have appropriate materials at home.
    _____I forgot.
    _____I was too sick to do my homework
    _____I was absent and did not get the assignment
    _____Other – explain in detail:_______________________________
    ________________________________________________________
    Signature: Date:
    Karla Henson – Liberty Middle School
  • 34. When you are tardy . . .
    • Enter quietly.
    • 35. Excused: Place excuse in
    my mailbox.
    • Unexcused: Make sure you go to the office.
    • 36. Have a seat and take out
    your materials.
  • 37. Getting Your Attention
    I will . . .
    • Stand in front of the class.
    • 38. Raise my hand or ring the bell..
    • 39. Wait for everyone to be
    quiet and prepared to listen.
    • Begin speaking.
  • Paper Heading
    The following format
    plus unique number
    Place on all homework
    assignments
    Put in appropriate bin
    John Doe (13) Grade 8
    St. Mary’s School September 1, 2009
    Weekly Writing Assignment
  • 40. Finish Classwork Early
    “What do I do next?”
  • 41. Activities
    You must be writing. If you are finished with the current assignment and are waiting for a conference, begin another piece.
    Review vocabulary words.
    Start working on tonight’s homework.
    NEVER do nothing!
  • 42. Returning from an Excused Absence
    Returning After an Excused Absence
    • Meet with your Homework Buddy.
    • 43. Copy the homework.
    • 44. Retrieve any handouts from the student work file.
    • 45. Make-up work for unexcused
    absences is not available.
  • 46. Scheduled Check Out
    Please let me know as you enter the classroom.
    I will be at the door.
    Quietly raise your hand to get my attention.
    Pack your materials and leave at the scheduled time.
    If it is an emergency, quickly get my attention and I will
    assist you.
  • 47. Turning in Papers
    • Place your paper in the appropriately labeled bin.
    NEVER HAND
    ME A PAPER
    • Passing in Papers: If/When you receive a paper, place yours on top and continue passing the stack to your left.
    • 48. I will come by and collect all stacks.
  • Classroom Discussions
    PLEASE participate.
    I want to hear what you have to say.
    Make all questions and comments relevant to the current discussion.
    If your question is off the topic,
    write it down and ask later.
  • 49. Our Volume Meter
    1
    2
    3
    4
    9
    10
    5
    6
    7
    8
    OUTDOOR
    RECESS
    GROUP
    WORK
    GYM
    LUNCH
    TESTING
  • 50. Moving Around the Room
    • Do not ask during a classroom discussion unless it is an emergency.
  • Class Dismissal
    The teacher dismisses you,
    not the bell.
    Do not start packing up prior to the bell.
    Wait until the teacher finishes and
    officially dismisses you with
    “Have a nice day!”
  • 51. “Special” ProceduresThese will be introduced on an “as needed” basis.
    Library/Computer Lab
    Special guests
    • Progress Reports
    Working Cooperatively
    • Fire Drill
    • 52. Intercom/Announcements
    • 53. Assemblies
    • 54. Substitute Teacher
  • My Pledge to Students
    I will trust you until you give me reason to do otherwise.
    I will respect you and work with you to solve problems.
    I will promptly correct and offer feedback on your work.
    I will work with you to meet learning goals.
    I will offer extra help and alternative assessments should you require them.
  • 55. “I truly believe you will work towardsyour potential in all thatyou do!  We will learn somuch about each other this year.
    Together, we will have an awesome year!”– Mrs. Stroh