7 th Grade English 2011-2012. How to Succeed in Mr. Wyatt’s Class. Daily Supplies. Agenda Binder with five dividers and notebook paper Pencil or pen (blue or black ink) Highlighter AR book USB drive. Heading a paper. On the LEFT side of your paper, on the LINES, write the following:
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How to Succeed in Mr. Wyatt’s Class
Binder with five dividers and notebook paper
Pencil or pen (blue or black ink)
On the LEFT side of your paper, on the LINES, write the following:
LINE 1: Name (First and Last)
LINE 2: Period Letter
LINE 3: Assignment name
LINE 4: Date (Month, day, and year)
LINE 5: Pledge (Short version unless told otherwise)
Please ask your parents to let me know IN WRITING if you do not have access to any of the above items at home.
Sharpen pencils BEFORE class, and make sure you have a spare.
Come to class and get started right away!
Write your homework in your agenda. (It will be written on the board.)
Stay in your seat unless you have permission to get up.
Wait to leave until I dismiss you.
See your syllabus for information about how to organize your binder
Do your personal business (locker, bathroom, etc.) between classes – use your time wisely!
Check NetClassroom or the Class Agenda to see what homework is or was
Tests, major quizzes, and AR = 40 %
Papers/Writing Assignments and projects = 40%
Homework, reading checks, pop quizzes, and daily work = 20%
Extra credit is rare, but available to everyone
Late homework will not be accepted for credit – it will count as a zero
Late projects/papers will lose 5% (one-half letter grade) for each day late
Reading assignments are REAL homework assignments –expect a reading quizzes or reading checks to follow all reading assignments
Avoid negative consequences; do what you’re supposed to do.
Be as enthusiastic as you can be about everything we do in class – even when you don’t feel like it. : )
Be responsible for your self – your things, your trash, etc.
Take pride in the classroom - even if it means picking up after someone else.