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  1. Classroom expectations and procedures Mr. Ezzell

  2. Seating chart First period • Katera 1, Samantha 2, Gregory 3, Jason 4 • Jocelyn 5, Austin 6, Alyssa 7, Saron 8 • Kaia 16, Dymanique 10, Taylor 11, Roger 12, Raven 13 • Austin 14, Triston 15, Jose 16, Fabian 17, Makayla 18, Asia 19, James 20

  3. Seating chart Second period • Dennis 1, Stephen 2, Mark 3, Dru 4 • Jessica 5, Kayla 6, Tyris 7, Morgan 8 • Emily 9, Kamron 10, Codey 11, Gavin 12, • Yael 13, Marcy 14, John 15, Bryce 16, • Cristhian 17, Tim 18, Jorge 19, Samantha 19, Madison 20, Brandon 21, Carolyn 22, Shelby 23, Leomar 24, Emily 25

  4. Seating chart third period • Giovanni 1, Dewayne 2, Kewan 3, Jazzlynn 4 • Hailey 5, Madeline 6, Oscar 7, Jose 8, Mason 9, Leo 10, Ashton 11, Jason 12, Tim 13, Kaitlyn 14, Andrew 15, Roger 16, William 17, Miguel 18, Rashawn 19,

  5. Seating chart fourth period • Jorge 1, Tyus 2, William 3, Hamza 4, Kaylyn 5, Kayla 6, Jonathan 7, Ricardo 8, Tyler 9, Terrell 10, Tristan 11, Andres 12, Rudy 13, Mario 14, Kaia 15, James 16, Noah 17, Dillon 18, Destiny 19, Daniel 20, E.J. 21

  6. Seating chart fifth period • Kody 1, Heady 2, Saye 3, Mia 4, Tyler 5, Alexis 6, Michael M. 7, Ala 8, De’Anna 9, Andrea 10, Miguel 11, Sadie 12, Adam 13, Ellijah 14, Tim 15, Evelyn 16, Levi 17, Genesis 18, Michael B. 19, Eric 20, Arriel 21, Jordan 22, Moctezuma 23, Jaylen 24, T.J. 25, Phoukham 26, Johnny 27, Yadiel 29

  7. F.O.A. (Bellwork) • Write down the following sentence, and fill in the blank. • My favorite part of winter break was ____; it was my favorite part because _____.

  8. Entering class • Enter classroom quietly and calmly • Have only bellwork supplies on desk (pencil and paper) • Be in your seat when bell rings or you are tardy

  9. Arriving prepared • Bring paper and a pencil to class. • If you forget to bring a pencil or paper, grab the needed supplies from the table upon entering. • Do not ask Mr. Ezzell or a classmate for paper or a pencil during class. • Mr. Ezzell will keep a sheet of paper on the table. If you take a pencil, sign your name on the board. • Mr. Ezzell will take up pencils the last two minutes of class.

  10. Tardy consequences • First offense: warning • Second offense: step • There will be a sheet of paper on the table when you enter. You must sign in if you’re late.

  11. F.O.A. (Bellwork) • It will be on the overhead when you enter class. • You are expected to start on bellwork immediately after sitting down.

  12. Pencil sharpening • Do not sharpen your pencil without permission • Raise your hand with your pencil in it • Only one person may sharpen his/her pencil at a time

  13. Tissues • You may ask for a tissue when Mr. Ezzell isn’t instructing the class • Don’t ask for a tissue during instructional time unless it’s an emergency • Disobedience of this rule will result in a consequence

  14. Trash • Don’t leave trash on Mr. Ezzell’s floor • Throw all trash away at the end of the period • If there is trash on the floor, Mr. Ezzell will not dismiss the class until the trash is in the trash can

  15. Grades for U.S. History • There will be no extra credit • Tests count for 50 percent of your grade. • There will be a test or quiz every Thursday unless Mr. Ezzell tells you otherwise. Mr. Ezzell will tell you whether you’re having a test or quiz ahead of time. • Homework and classwork count for 25 percent of your grade. • Quizzes count for 25 percent of your grade.

  16. Grades for Reading • There will be no extra credit • Tests count for 50 percent of your grade. • There will be a test or quiz every Friday unless Mr. Ezzell tells you otherwise. Mr. Ezzell will tell you whether you’re having a test or quiz head of time. • Homework and classwork count for 25 percent of your grade. • Quizzes count for 25 percent of your grade.

  17. Homework • Mr. Ezzell will call for homework one row at a time following bellwork. • Homework goes in box on table.

  18. More Homework • Put your name, date and class period in the upper right corner of your paper.

  19. Groupwork • Periodically we will do groupwork. • You are expected to behave and talk to each other in a civil manner. • You must keep volume at a reasonable level.

  20. Returning papers • I will return papers the last five minutes of class.

  21. Make-up work • Go to the make-up wall and find the folder for the day you were absent. • Do what the instructions in the folder tell you to do. • If you have a question about the work ask at least two classmates to explain it. • If you still do not understand then you can ask Mr. Ezzell.

  22. Food and drink • Food is not allowed in Mr. Ezzell’s classroom • Water in a closeable container is the only drink allowed in the classroom • Gum is not allowed. • Throw away all empty water bottles before leaving the classroom.

  23. Restroom • You are not allowed to use the restroom during class • Use the restroom between classes

  24. Locker • Wait for the appropriate time to go to your locker. • Bring your book every day.

  25. Computer • Do not use the computer without my permission • Disobedience of this rule will result in a consequence • Use only educational Web sites • You must have parental permission to use a computer

  26. Speaking • Do not speak during instruction • I will not field any questions/comments unless you raise your hand • The courteous thing to do is raise your hand before speaking. • Do not ask to use the bathroom or leave the class during instruction

  27. Bullying • Bullying WILL NOT be tolerated • Any act of bullying will result in automatic referral to the dean or administration

  28. Homeroom • When first period begins, dress code will be checked by me daily. • DO NOT talk during this process. • DO NOT move away from the area directly behind your desk. • Failure to follow procedure will be met with consequences.

  29. Eighth period • You will clean the classroom from 3:00 until you are dismissed. • Pay close attention to the dismissals. • Students will have specific jobs at the end of the day such as sweeping, taking down buses, desks, trash, exc. • Failure to follow directions will be met by SERIOUS consequences.

  30. Consequences 1.) Parent contact/Dentention 2.) Mini School Isolation and parental contact/conference 3.) Referral to the Dean

  31. Dress code • No flip-flops • No hats or anything else on your head • Only small purses are allowed • Only backpacks with strings are allowed • No clothing with inappropriate language or pictures • No jackets • If you aren’t sure about something … don’t wear it

  32. Exiting class • You aren’t dismissed until Mr. Ezzell says “Have a Nice Day” • Exit in a quiet and orderly fashion • All chairs must be pushed in • All trash must be picked up • The bell does not dismiss you • I dismiss you • Turn in your exit card. On the exit card, write down one thing you learned today.

  33. Survey • Answer the survey on your sheet of paper. • Don’t use the same sheet of paper as your bellwork. • Don’t write your name on the sheet of paper.

  34. Terms • Credit Boston Massacre • Debit Boston Tea Party • Latitude Patriot • Longitude Loyalist • Mercenary • Primary source • Secondary source • Declaration of Independence

  35. Terms • Genre Third person limited • Bandwagon Third person omniscient • Snob Appeal • Plain Folk • Man vs. Man • Conflict • Man vs. Nature • Stereotype • Bias

  36. Assignment • Divide your paper into three parts. • You must pick eight terms from the powerpoint. • On the far left column, provide a definition of the word. The definition must be a minimum of one sentence. • In the middle column, use the word in a sentence and underline it. • In the far right column, draw and color a picture that’s relevant to the word.