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What do great students do?. Success strategies at PMMS. Great Students:. come to class each day make an effort take responsibility succeed on the CRCT . . . Let’s see what that means …. Prepare. Great students: have sharp pencils, erasers, paper and all materials for class

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What do great students do

What do great students do?

Success strategies at PMMS


Great students

Great Students:

  • come to class each day

  • make an effort

  • take responsibility

  • succeed on the CRCT

    . . . Let’s see what that means …


Prepare

Prepare

  • Great students:

    • have sharp pencils, erasers, paper and all materials for class

    • do their work and turn it in on time

    • review study guides before tests and quizzes

    • keep an organized notebook


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Prepare

  • Not a good idea:

    • always bumming stuff from classmates

    • leaving your books at home or locker

    • wandering the room to sharpen pencils

    • not reviewing before a test or quiz

    • not turning in work on time

    • using the “stuff it in” technique


Responsible

Responsible

  • Great students:

    • know it is up to them to succeed

    • dress for success

    • practice “work before play”

    • know they can control their behavior


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Responsible

  • Not a good idea:

    • blaming others or the teacher

    • loitering where you don’t belong

    • being late to class

    • being dishonest

    • “losing” your work

    • ignoring missing work when absent


Respect

Respect

  • Great students:

    • feel personal pride

    • look out for others

    • dress for success

    • treat teachers and school staff with respect

    • are polite


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Respect

  • Not a good idea:

    • bullying other students

    • teasing or excluding others

    • taking things that aren’t yours

    • showing poor personal hygiene

    • challenging a teacher’s request

    • arguing, shouting, and fighting


Perform

Perform

  • Great students:

    • do their best

    • make an effort

    • ask questions

    • offer help

    • follow instructions


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Perform

  • Not a good idea:

    • make excuses

    • turn in “whatever”

    • not doing warm-ups or classwork

    • “borrowing” answers from others

    • not asking for help

    • refusing to try


Permission

Permission

  • Great students

    • ask permission to speak, sharpen pencils or leave their seat

    • use their AGENDA for hall passes and keep it in intact all year

    • ask before entering another classroom


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Permission

  • Not a good idea:

    • talking when the teacher is talking

    • having side conversations

    • shouting across the room

    • being loud at lunch or in the hall

    • wandering the room to sharpen pencils or throw out trash

    • being where you shouldn’t be


What if

What if … ?

  • … I don’t know where to go?

  • … I can’t get into my locker?

  • … I am being bullied?

  • … I don’t understand?

  • … I am absent?

  • … I need help?


How do i

How do I … ?

  • … know if I am in the right class?

  • … get help before tests?

  • … check my grades?

  • … keep from getting citations?

  • … avoid office referrals?

  • … find out about missing work?

  • … become a great student?


Review

Review

  • Prepare

  • Responsible

  • Respect

  • Perform

  • Permission


You can be a great student

You can be a great student!


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