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7 th grade Social Studies European History. Ms. Kudoba 2009-2010. This Power Point will inform you of the classroom rules, policies, and procedures. All of this information should stay in your Social Studies binder!!. Classroom Rules. Respect others, yourself, and school property.

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7 th grade social studies european history

7th grade Social StudiesEuropean History

Ms. Kudoba

2009-2010



Classroom Rules policies, and procedures.



A. Others policies, and procedures.

-Respect for others trying to learn

-Respect for teachers

-Respect for your parents


B. Yourself policies, and procedures.

-Respect for yourself

-Respect for your education

-Respect for your well being


C. The school policies, and procedures.

-Respect for school materials-

books, desks, lockers, hallways, rooms

-Respect for SRMS!


2. **Raise your hand!** policies, and procedures.


-Raise your hand policies, and procedures.

to speak.

-Raise your hand

to answer or

ask questions.


A. DO NOT call out! policies, and procedures.

-Show courtesy when others are thinking.


B. Many opportunities to talk in class. policies, and procedures.

-Group work

-Projects


C. Raise your hand to leave your seat policies, and procedures.


D. Raise your hand for a hall pass policies, and procedures.

-Use of Lavatories

-Office pass

-Locker pass


E. Raise your hand to sharpen policies, and procedures.

your pencil

-Raise hand and

wave pencil in the air

-Do not disrupt

others while sharpening


3 policies, and procedures. . Be prepared

-Writing utensil

-Paper to write on

-Anything you need to help you succeed


  • Be on time policies, and procedures.

    -Be in seat when the bell rings

    -Have all materials ready


5. Use good judgment policies, and procedures.


Consequences if rules are broken: policies, and procedures.


1. Warning Phase policies, and procedures.


A. Evil eye policies, and procedures.


B. Body proximity policies, and procedures.


  • Verbal punishment policies, and procedures.

    -Whisper privately

    during group

    or individual work

    -Stop teaching

    to fix problem


D. Removal from activity or class policies, and procedures.

-If working in groups, you will

be removed and work individually

-If I or a peer is teaching, you

will be sent to hallway

*Further action to follow


2. Second Offense- Penalty phase! policies, and procedures.


  • Move seat policies, and procedures.

    -time-out

    -permanent seat change


B. Restrict activities policies, and procedures.

-removal from all group activities

-removal from class games and class bonuses


C. Detention policies, and procedures.

-lunch detention

-after school detention


D. Call or email parent policies, and procedures.


3. Problem phase- You’re a problem! policies, and procedures.


A. Call parent routinely policies, and procedures.


B. Schedule parent/teacher conference policies, and procedures.


C. Invite parent into policies, and procedures. classroom


E. Refer to principal policies, and procedures.

-last option!


-all behavior is documented policies, and procedures.

-the punishments are progressive


Why are these rules so important? policies, and procedures.


1. Learning is our #1 goal policies, and procedures.

  • Unfair to others who WANT to learn

  • Unfair to teacher who WANTS to teach


Classroom Procedures policies, and procedures.



2. If absent, take this time to retrieve missing assignments from the bins

-bins marked M T W Th F

-Always welcome during last period

-Website can be used


3. If you are ABSENT: from the bins

A. If absent from class, YOU are responsible for all work covered during your absence

B. If you have a PLANNED early dismissal (sports, appt.’s, etc.) YOU are responsible for coming to me and getting materials and homework


  • Class website: from the bins

    http://kudoba.wikispaces.com/

    **This will be the QUICKEST and

    EASIEST way to obtain information

    if absent from class!!**


5. After 5 minutes of housekeeping, class will promptly begin:

-Power Point notes

-Group work activities

-Graphic organizers

-Videos and YouTube

-Projects!


6. Last 5 minutes of class for REVIEW begin:

-cards

-skits

-mini-games


7. Homework will be given frequently begin:-Homework is always worth points-In order to obtain FULL credit, homework must be turned in on the day it is due-Homework turned in a day late will receive HALF credit-Homework turned in after that will receive no credit


8. In addition to the homework that is assigned, you should REVIEW that day’s notes or activities each night

*REVIEW of your material is CRUCIAL!!!

-use of cards


Grading should REVIEW that day’s notes or activities each night



A+ = 100 - 97% into a percentage.

A = 96.9 - 93%

A- = 92.9 – 90%

B+ = 89.9 – 87%

B = 86.9 – 83%

B- = 82.9 – 80%

C+ = 79.9 –77%

C = 76.9 – 73%

C- = 72.9% - 70%

*D+ = 69.9 – 67%

D = 66.9 – 63%

D- = 62.9 – 60%

E = 59.9% and below

*Parents are notified at D+ or below


You will be graded on: into a percentage.

1. Tests

2. Notebooks (class work)

3. Homework

4. Essays, projects, oral presentations


Notebooks into a percentage.


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