Welcome To Mr. Schammann’s Class. Computers and Advanced Computers. Topics. Discipline Program Class Rewards Classroom Standards Classroom Rules Classroom Procedures Homework. Classroom Standards.
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Computers and Advanced Computers
Be seated before the bell rings (be ready to start when class begins). You have the first two minutes of class to copy the agenda.
Be prepared for class (have work, books, and equipment needed).
Be respectful of others ( use respectful language and behavior.
Follow Directions. Listen to the teacher when he is addressing the class.
The three important elements we need for creating a great classroom environment are:
Speaking Out in Class
Calling on Students
Whole Group Responses
Only to be taken in emergencies. If the privilege is abused then it will be taken away.
The school does not permit free time in the bathrooms.
A ticket must be provided to use the bathroom. Do not write on any tickets until the raffle.
Raise your hand to use the sharpener.
Do not over sharpen your pencils. This is a waste of classroom materials.
If you forget to bring a pencil you can buy one for a classroom ticket.
Can be done during individual or group work activities.
Raise your hand to speak out or make a comment in class.
No talking while another student or the teacher is talking. We all must take our turns.
The teacher will call on the student that is sitting quietly with their hand up waiting to be called.
No yelling to try to get the teacher’s attention.
Students will respond at this time with a thumbs up or thumbs down.
Please do not call out at this time.
Students have one minute to talk between activities.
Use this time to get where you need to be.
The teacher dismisses the class not the bell.
Students will be dismissed by row.
You must clean up around your work area before you leave.
Exit the room safely after you have been dismissed.
Never interrupt the teacher while he is speaking.
The teacher will get your attention by using a bell. If the class does not respond immediately to the bell the class will lose class points.
Students will be graded on:
First, Last name in the top left hand corner.
Group Projects = 50 points
Activities = 5 points
Teacher pulls a classroom ticket. When tickets have been exhausted then the student moves on to step 2.
For major offences students may suffer loss of participation in student events or suspension.
The class is awarded 10 points at the beginning of each week. Points are also awarded for completion of assignments, classroom behavior, class spirit and cooperation. Class points are posted on the week at a glance.
50 points = movie in student events or suspension.
75 points = game day
100 points = Ice Cream party
Voting for these events occur every Friday. The events themselves occur on Friday.
A raffle will be held on the last Friday of the month. At this time tickets will be passed out to the class. Five tickets will be given to each person in the class. Only place your name on the tickets when you are turning them in for the raffle.
2 Glue Sticks
Box of Pencils
2 Red Pens
2 Black Pens
Pencil Sharpener With Cover
Color Pens or Pencils
3 Ring Binder
White Lined Paper
Flash drive and Floppy with case
Before we answer that let’s take a look at different types of portable memory.
This type of memory carries 3 mega-bites of memory that can be stored on this small disk.
It can be easily damaged which means that work you have completed can be lost.
Not much can be stored on this especially “Power Point” presentations.
These disks can be purchased for 20 for five dollars.
These can be plugged into any drive and are almost break proof.
The standard is approximately 128 mega-bites. It will store everything including your pictures and music and does not require a burner.
They range in price from $20-$75 dollars.
This form of portable memory is highly recommended over the other suggestions.
Flash drives will be used to store “Power Point” Presentations and all other electronic documents. All oral presentations will be on “Power Point”.
All back assignments will be stored on disk just in case you lose them.
If you miss a lecture, all the “Power Point” lectures are posted on the Johnson Middle School website. You can visit it at: www.jms.warriors.com
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