Curriculum Integrat Llengües Curriculum Integrat Llengües Class routines and Class routines and materials materials1. Tasks of the student in charge: summary, agenda2. Behaviour during lessons3. Using electronic notebooks4. Class materials: notebook type5. Note taking strategies
Curriculum Integrat Llengües Class routines (1): Tasks of the student in chargeTaking turns, and following alphabetical order, every student is responsible for carrying out the following routines: Standing in front of the class, the student introduces Her/himself and informs teacher and classmates of her/his responsibilities: summary, agenda, date, session number and absent students Student writes the date and the session number on the whiteboard Student informs classmates and teachers of homework and tasks for the day. Student reminds classmates of the contents of previous lesson. Student mails summary to teachers in charge and updates agenda before 17:30.
Curriculum Integrat Llengües Class routines (2) : behaviour during lessons Everyone waits for the teacher in their seat ready to take notes. The notebook must be ready and the date and session must be written on the sheet of paper when the teacher comes in. Students put up their hands if they want to ask questions. Nobody is allowed to stand up or leave their seat unless it is part of a class activity or the teacher gives permission to do so. Five minutes before the end of the lesson, the teacher gives the chance to recap what was done during the lesson. Students write a summary in their notebook and/or do it orally. Everyone contributes and participates in class activities. Group and pair work is more than sitting next to each other. Peer correction, peer help and sharing responsabilities is a must.
Curriculum Integrat Llengües Class routines (3): Using electronic notebooks The teacher will appoint a couple of students to hand in the notebooks and to collect them at the end of the class. The distribution and collection of notebooks will be done in an orderly manner following the teacher’s indication . When using notebooks, it is forbidden to carry our tasks different from the ones assigned by the teacher. (surfing social network sites, chats is forbidden) Remember to close your session and log out before returning notebooks to their locker. When using notebooks without headphones, switch off the sound, so as not to disturb your classmates. Bring a set of headphones and keep them in your pencilcase, in case you need to use them for listening activities. If your notebook does not work or you notice any problem, report it to the teacher. Fill in an incidence form, explaining what the problem is, and give it to the secretary. You must check if the previous user logged out. If not, you must close the session and log out before logging in.
Curriculum Integrat Llengües Class routines and materials (4): notebook type• Use D4 punched hole sheets. You can buy packets or a hard cover spiral notebook of punched hole sheets• Use punched holes plastic pockets to keep your notes, to keep the handouts the teachers give you, the homework you have to hand in or the homework the teacher gives you back .• Use a binder to keep your notes, handouts and works together.• Use colour dividers to separate the different subjects and to organise subjects in your binder:Catalan, Spanish, English, Music, Physical Education and so on.
Curriculum Integrat Llengües Class routines (5): Note taking strategies• Write the date and the session number at the top of the page.• Separate sessions ( make a line, highlight dates).• Write a heading or a title for each activity.• Use both sides of the sheet of paper.• Number pages.• Write neatly.• Use reasonable size handwriting.• Don’t be sloppy.• Do not use colours for notetaking, only black or blue. You can use highlighters for headings.• Typex is not allowed.• Do not decorate your notes with drawings, unless you do it to illustrate a word, or to help you understand a concept.• You can use highlihters for headings.• Leave red for corrections.• Leave some space between different activities.• Leave margins for teachers to mark or to add new information.• Repeat the same labels in your notes: vocabulary, dictation, reading, phonetics, spelling, literature, debates.• When you learn a new word, try to add an example (a sentence) that provides an example of the word in context.