U.S. History Classroom Procedures. Miss Collins. Entering the Classroom. Enter the room quietly Get the materials you need from your book bag Get the materials you need from the counter by the door Leave book bags on the “red” side of the room Be in your seat before the “Tardy bell” rings
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What it means:
Sitting up and actively listening is an important part of our routine.
If we do not sit up and actively participate, we don’t give our best.
I expect your best from you, you should expect it FOR yourself.
You are what you do, if you lie down or slump, you will make yourself tired.
If you have energy to chat at lunch, you have energy to learn.
Blurt out questions
Blurt out comments about yourself or others.
Ask personal or irrelevant questions (NOT PERSONAL TO YOU, AND NOT PERSONAL TO ME!)
Can I go get water?
How many children do you have?
What is your middle name?
As you come in the door:
If there are Hand-outs during class:
Assigned student helper will bring materials to you.
If you come in late WITH A PASS, follow the directions to the left.
Every Paper you turn in should contain this heading in this order:
Headings should go in upper right corner of paper.
Because this is how I asked for it.
It makes it easier for me to sort through papers – there are 90 of you, one of me.
You have to learn to do a job as assigned. Now is a good time to start learning.
We must cover everything in U.S. History from the 13 colonies to present day. Therefore, we will be working at a very fast pace.
Quizzes, tests, essays and interviews are the easiest way for me to determine how well you are retaining the information we cover.
When Homework is written, either on paper or digitally:
I expect it to be completed on the due date. If you are absent, you have 5 days per district make up policy.
Where and how:
You must do it this way, because this is fair to those who do their homework. If you are a slacker, why should you get credit by doing it at the last minute?
More importantly, learning is about practice. When you are asked to do homework, it is assigned to help you improve your understanding of the topic.
Where and How:
Just like physical homework, you must complete homework on time because this is fair.
We live in the 21st century, technology skills are a must.
You will soon be adults, this is your job.
You must pass this class to graduate. Every grade counts.