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Ms. Johnson’s ELA. MC2. What makes you, you? . Think of a characteristic, belief, or cultural trait that exemplifies who you are. . Me. My traits: Drive Looking forward with positivity Learning form the past but not dwelling too long on the past Family Singing Moody

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what makes you you
What makes you, you?
  • Think of a characteristic, belief, or cultural trait that exemplifies who you are.
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Me
  • My traits:
    • Drive
    • Looking forward with positivity
    • Learning form the past but not dwelling too long on the past
    • Family
    • Singing
    • Moody
    • Farsighted (big picture)
academy class expectations
Academy/ Class Expectations
  • In here, we give 100% effort towards academics and behavior for excellence and safety.
  • In here, we are victorious when we make a mistake and learn.
  • In here, we are respectful of all people and their different beliefs, ideas, and contributions.
  • In here, we are impressive!
introduction to class
Introduction to class
  • Model notebook and complete a goals page for the first semester and year.
material procedures
Material Procedures
  • Supplies
  • Turn in tray
  • Missed work tray/ model card
  • Due dates and target list board
  • Daily target and formative assessment spot
technology
Technology
  • In here, we think safety first.
    • No food or drinks when Macs or other devices are out.
    • Macs and devices stay on tables when in use.
    • One person operates the Mac or other device at a time. We may have two people collaborating on a device, but only one person is the operator.
    • You must stay seated while Macs and other devices are being used.
    • Technology is only to be used for instructional purposes—unless teacher has instructed otherwise
      • Only a teacher will distribute and collect the Macs.
      • When the green technology sign is out that means we are going to use technology today, but you must wait for my say before you begin use.
      • If you do not follow the rules the consequences are as follows:
        • Warning
        • No access to technology for the rest of the day
        • No access for ten days and administrative or other corrective action will be taken.
weekly routine
Weekly Routine
  • Monday: Basic ELA work-vocabulary/grammar lists
  • Tuesday: Basic ELA work
  • Wednesday: STEM writing or ELA writing
  • Thursday: Writing and ELA work, Target check
  • Friday: RTI for people who didn’t meet 3 on target checks, or grammar/vocab project time, literature circle time, writing conference/mastery time. (Individualized Help)
reward routine
Reward Routine

In class:

  • Daily
    • 40-5-45

Monthly

Choice day (badges and expectations must be followed completely)

Academy:

  • Monthly/ bi-monthly:
    • Academy Socials
    • STEM “field” trips
writing and w riting n otebooks
Writing and Writing Notebooks
  • Location
  • Purpose
  • Decorate Notebook with your traits and find a good quote that exemplifies you.
technology hunt
Technology Hunt

Teacher website

Edmodo

Grammar/vocab project and app. search

Explore 3 of my apps and find 2 new innovative or creative apps or tools and describe how they each could be used in class in general and as part of the grammar/vocab bi-weekly project.

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