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Ms. Bech’s Classroom Expectations. 1. Be on time. Though the LT APs automatically assign consequences for tardies, if it’s a pattern I will also contact your parent/guardian. If you’re more than 15 minutes late, state policy defines this as absent.

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Ms. Bech’s Classroom Expectations


1. Be on time


Though the LT APs automatically assign consequences for tardies, if it’s a pattern I will also contact your parent/guardian.


If you’re more than 15 minutes late, state policy defines this as absent.


2. Bring Required Materials with You to Class.


3. Stuff Superfluous to Scholarship Stays Stashed and out of Sight!


Electronic devices that are heard or seen, will be confiscated (unless you have special permission).

I’m taking that!

Mean Ms. Bech


  • "Why is multitasking, texting a problem? It has an impact on students' ability to understand and absorb, code, store and process information -- and learn. Memory and attention are limited. Students don't realize that when they study and engage in other activities, that multitasking comes at a price."

    ~David Pisoni, Chancellor's Professor of psychology at Indiana University


3. Stuff Superfluous to Scholarship Stays Stashed and Out of Sight!


3. Stuff Superfluous to Scholarship Stays Stashed and Out of Sight!


Hats are fine; however, I must be able to see you eyes.


Drinks are OK as long as…

1. you are on time!

2. you recycle your EMPTY container or take it with you when you leave class.

REMOVE THE TOP!


Snacks are OK as long as…

1. you are on time!

2. you clean up your space and throw away trash

3. your snacks don’t disrupt class or make a big mess, like these …


4. Treat everyone and everything with kindness and respect—even when it’s difficult


4. Treat everyone and everything with kindness and respect.


Ms. Bech’s Pet Peeve:Misuse of the word “gay.”

–adjective

1.having or showing a merry, lively mood

bright or showy: gay colors; gay ornaments

–noun

3. A homosexual person


Ms. Bech’s Pet Peeve: Misuse of the word “retarded”

  • –adjective

  • Characterized by retardation: a mentally

  • retarded child (mentally handicapped)

    –verb

    3. To cause to move or proceed slowly


4. Treat everyone and everything with kindness and respect.


5. One person speaks; the rest of us listen.


Part of listening means we track the speaker with our eyes and body


6. Take care of personal business outside of class.


7. Keep your head up and remain awake during class.


A few other class guidelines


Remember: Ms. Bech dismisses you, not the bell.


  • Reserve bathroom use for when you truly need it.

  • Understand that I’m not a fan of you missing instruction.


Early packer-uppers drive me nuts!


Have the courage to ask questions!

Can you explain theme again?


  • Embrace confusion; be okay with being bewildered.

  • Understand that real learning is often very uncomfortable.


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