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Class procedures 2013-14

  1. 1. Español 3, 2 Honors Etowah High School 2013-14 Profe Frantz
  2. 2. ¡ BIENVENIDOS! Welcome to the class!
  3. 3.  Fostering independent learning  More rigorous and in depth learning  Implementation of differentiation strategies at different levels of complexity and with different amounts of teacher support.  Communicative activities focus on the same topics as in on-level Spanish class, but completion requires different levels of sophistication and a higher and more challenging level of linguistic performance and competence.
  4. 4.  EHS school calendar  EHS important dates
  5. 5. Vocabulary Grammar Readings Voice Thread Web Assignments Current events
  6. 6.  Homework………………………………...……..10%  Participation/ Classwork…………………….25%  Formative Assessments /Projects…………25%  Summative Assessments………………….....30%  Mid-term/Final Exam ……………………..….10%
  7. 7.  ASPEN: Parents Portal  NATIONAL SPANISH EXAM  NSE Website  Our goal: To encourage all Spanish students to take the exam.  Regular Registration due late January  Test Administration (week before Spring break)  National Results Sent Out via email early May  Cost per Student: $3.00
  8. 8. Instrucciones y Procedimientos de la clase de español These are the class procedures for Spanish 2H and Spanish 3, 2013- 2014
  9. 9. ¿? ¿Qué hago yo cuando necesito hablar con la profe?  Email:  Planning: 1st period  Voicemail Extension: 525
  10. 10. Instrucción #1  Deben estar en sus asientos con la tarea, la agenda, el lápiz y la pluma afuera y listos y todo lo demas guardado cuando la maestra empieza la clase.
  11. 11. Empezamos con un “diario” en la pizarra. Empieza a escribir el diario inmediatemente.
  12. 12. Continua con tu diario y no te acerques a la profe hasta que termine con su trabajo necesario. (Usualmente 2 minutos)
  13. 13. Al regresar después de estar ausente: busca el calendario de la clase en la computadora.
  14. 14. La Página de Profe Frantz
  15. 15. Sigan las instrucciones la PRIMERA vez que son dadas.
  16. 16. Traten a cada persona en este salón con respeto y dignidad. ¡NO INTIMIDAR! ¡Nunca jamás!
  17. 17. ¡NO TE QUEJES! No complaining!!
  18. 18. Continua trabajando hasta que la profe termine la clase.
  19. 19. Pongan las tareas en la caja enfrente de la clase.
  20. 20. ¡Reciclen todo que puedan!
  21. 21.  I need to use the restroom?  Please wait for a time when it is not a disruption, write in your agenda where you are going and the time, then discreetly raise your hand so that I can see what you need. I will come to you, initial your pass, and then you may leave.
  22. 22.  I’m hungry?  You may bring light snacks, such as crackers or trail mix, and water to class. Of course, items that look like lunch should be eaten at lunch time. Light snacks and water that do not cause disruption are a better choice for class time. Please be sure to clean up after yourself and keep water bottles in your backpack or on the floor.
  23. 23.  What if I arrive late?  You must have a pass to enter the class after the late bell. Enter the class and sit quietly. I will come to you and pick up your pass when there is a break in what we are doing.
  24. 24.  I’m not feeling well? Can I sleep?  If you are not feeling well, please let me know. It is best that you let your parent(s) know as well, so I will write you a pass to the attendance office where you may call your mom or dad. You may not sleep in class. Sleeping is only for when you are at home.
  25. 25.  What if I need extra help?  Then I will help you!  Let me know as soon as you think you might need help. You can schedule a help session with me or with a member of the National Spanish Honor Society. Don’t be afraid to ask! That is what we are here for!
  26. 26. Remember to always check my website first! There you will find:  All assignments  All handouts  Links to practice sites and pop culture sites  Test and quiz announcements  A link to my email address  A link to our syllabus  A link to the Family Grade Portal to check your grades
  27. 27.  This is a BYLD class  When you have turned in all of the required forms, you may use your tablet or smart phone as directed in class.  Your device is to be kept on the table in front of you, screen down.  You will use your device only when instructed to do so.  Violations of the BYLD agreement will result in loss of permission to use your device in class.
  28. 28. 1. Where should I be when the late bell rings? 2. What do I do if I need to use the restroom? 3. What do I do when I return from an absence? 4. May I have food in class? 5. May I have a sandwich and fries in class? 6. What can I drink in the classroom? 7. Where should I keep my drink? 8. What if I need another copy of a handout? 9. What should I do if I’m not feeling well? 10. What is the procedure for using my phone or tablet in class?