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GRADE EXPECTATIONS WORLD LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT SCHOOL YEAR: 2013-2014. – Mr. Oronzo Rutigliano [email protected] In order to be successful in your study of Italian/Spanish Language and Culture this year, you must abide by the following. You must have with you every day:.

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Grade expectations world language department school year 2013 2014

GRADE EXPECTATIONSWORLD LANGUAGE DEPARTMENTSCHOOL YEAR: 2013-2014

– Mr. Oronzo Rutigliano [email protected]


Grade expectations world language department school year 2013 2014

In order to be successful in your study of Italian/Spanish Language and Culture this year, you must abide by the following. You must have with you every day:

  • a maroon binder (another color will do, as long as the binder is dedicated to your language class) which can be purchased in the school store

  • a textbook 

  • a folder for handouts

  • a BLUE OR BLACK ink pen for exams, quizzes and notes

  • a bilingual dictionary


In addition you will be responsible for

In addition you will be responsible for:

  • attending class every day.

  • bringing the necessary materials to class with you every day. This means having your textbook, notebook, pen, and homework every day.

  • doing both your written and study homework

  • being prepared for quizzes and tests

  • making up ALL of the work you miss when you are absent

  • coming for extra help during the teachers' productivity period when you do not understand the material in class

  • participating in all classroom activities in order to develop your speaking proficiency.


You must follow all the following class policies

You must follow all the following class policies:


Homework

HOMEWORK:

  • Homework assignments will be given at least four times a week as outlined in the district's homework policy bulletin. These assignments must be completed whether you are present or absent from class. If you are absent from class, you will be given time, as determined by your teacher, to make up the work you missed. Homework that is handed in late and not due to absence, will lose credit.


Class participation

CLASS PARTICIPATION:

  • You are expected to participate in the language of your class. In keeping with the New York State and District Curriculum Guides, you will be graded on the quality of your speaking performance in the foreign language on quizzes and unit tests as well as on the final examination. Being prepared for class with pen, notebook, textbook, and homework is part of class participation. You will be assigned 50 points each marking period for class participation.


Quizzes

QUIZZES:

  • There will be at least one quiz a week. The quizzes will reflect the current topic studied in class. The quizzes will be written, listening or oral.


Tests

TESTS:

  • Tests will be announced at least five days in advance. They will be given at the end of each topical unit. In addition to tests, there will also be some type of project assigned during each marking period. These will count as test grades. You will have a minimum of three of these grades each marking period. In general, tests will be given on Days 1 and 3.


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REPORT CARD GRADEYour report card grade will be calculated as follows.7th & 8th Grades

  • 15% Homework

  • 40% Tests & Large Projects

  • 25% Quizzes & Small Projects

  • 20% Class work & Participation


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REPORT CARD GRADEYour report card grade will be calculated as follows.9th 9-12th Grades (levels 1- 5)

  • 10% Homework

  • 50% Tests & Large Projects

  • 25% Quizzes & Small Projects

  • 15% Class work & Participation


Make up work

MAKE-UP WORK

  • All students must see Mr. Rutigliano immediately following their return to class after an absence. Mr. Rutigliano will arrange for you to make up any work you have missed due to this absence. This will include quizzes, tests, homework, and projects. You will be given a specific time in which to complete the work. If the work is not completed by that time, you will lose partial or total points. This will be decided upon in advance.


Guidelines for success in rutigliano s class

Guidelines for success in Rutigliano’s Class

  • Come to class prepared

  • Pay attention and resist distractions

  • Begin your class work rather than procrastinating

  • Remember and follows directions in all areas of the school

  • Accept criticism as a tool for change

  • Control your emotions in stressful situations

  • Be polite to adults and peers

  • Actively listens to others without interruption

  • Act with thoughtful and sympathetic regard

  • Believe that effort will improve your future

  • Expect the most favorable outcome in all situations

  • Ask and answer questions to deepen understanding

  • Initiate and complete tasks

  • Learn from your mistakes without giving up

  • Works independently and with others

  • Be open to resolving conflicts

  • Demonstrate respect towards each other’s feelings

  • Maintains awareness of behavior expectations


Grade expectations world language department school year 2013 2014

  • Come to class prepared

  • Pay attention and resists distractions

  • Begin your class work rather than procrastinating

  • Remember and follows directions in all areas of the school

  • Accept criticism as a tool for change

  •  Control your emotions in stressful situations

  • Be polite to adults and peers

  • Actively listens to others without interruption

  • Act with thoughtful and sympathetic regard

  • Believe that effort will improve your future

  • Expect the most favorable outcome in all situations

  • Ask and answer questions to deepen understanding

  • Initiate and complete tasks

  • Learn from your mistakes without giving up

  • Works independently and with others

  • Be open to resolving conflicts

  • Demonstrate respect towards each other’s feelings

  • Maintains awareness of behavior expectations


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