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Welcome to the Jaguar Team! Mr. Corpening – ScienceMrs. Fish – ICR/CA Language ArtsMs. Harden – MathMrs. Harpst – ICR/CA MathMrs. VanVield – Social StudiesMr. Zirkle – Language Arts
Jaguar Journal • Teacher Contact Information • Supplies and Wish List • Expectations and Procedures • Dress Code • Grading • Extra Help • fvms.wcpss.net • Blackboard
Welcome to Ms. Harden’s Math ClassEmail – email@example.com • 7th Grade Mathematics Curriculum • Compute with rational numbers • Use measurements with two- and three-dimensional figures • Use properties and relationships in geometry • Use graphs and data analysis • Use linear relations and fundamental algebraic concepts • Pre-Algebra Curriculum (This is an advanced course!) • Compute with real numbers • Use measurement concepts • Use properties and relationships in geometry • Use graphs and data analysis • Use linear relations and functions
Homework • Homework will be assigned every night except after a test. (Yes, this includes Friday!) • Assignments are typically 15-20 problems and should not take more than 30 minutes to complete. • Students are required to write each problem (except word problems), show all of their work, and circle the answer. • Extra help is available every day during morning study hall from 7:00 – 7:25 in Room 3101 as well as Thursday afternoons from 2:15 – 3:15.
Grade Scale for Math: • Tests/Projects 40% • Quizzes 20% • Classwork 25% • Homework 15% • All tests will be announced at least one week in advance. • One project will be assigned each quarter for a test grade.
WELCOMEMrs. VanVield’s Social Studies Class Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Curriculum: • Geography • Africa (North, West, East, Central and South) • Asia (Middle East, India, China and Japan) • Australia
Bell Rings- Student Enters class Come into Class QuietlyOpen PlannersCopy Homework and/or RemindersCopy Table of ContentStart BOP
GRADE SCALE: Interactive Notebook- Class work (Notes and Worksheets)-collected when topic is completed -20%Homework-checked and graded daily-10%Quizzes–weekly- 15%Class participation- (Organization, class readiness and involvement in class discussions and Q/A)-5% Test- 20%Projects & Mini - Projects-30%
Behavioral Action Plan: Step One- Red Card-Verbal WarningStep Two – Name on BoardStep Three-Parent Contact (note or call)“Strike Out”-Chill Out or Referral
Interims are given every 3 weeks • Report Cards are given every 9/10 weeks • If Absent -Check Blackboard FYI
Successful Tips: • Come to class on Time • Stay Organized- Keep Notebook Neat and Use Agenda • Bring Materials Daily (Notebook, Pencil, and other supplies) • Do Homework Assignments • Study for Test/Quizzes • Check Blackboard (especially when absent)& SPAN (to check child’s grades) • Read & Sign Important Papers (Test/Quizzes, Notebook Grades, etc.)
Welcome to Jaguar Science with Mr. CorpeningEmail – email@example.com • 7th Grade Science Curriculum • Basic Safety and Scientific Method • Atmosphere • Genetics • Anatomy • Motion Forces
Grade Scale for Science • 30% Tests • 25% Labs • 25% Projects (2 per unit) • 10% Homework • 10% Quizzes
Language Arts with Mr. Zirkle Vocabulary Homework – every night, test on Friday Reading – the main focus of the course is to develop and strengthen reading comprehension Writing– writing will be a weekly activity Grammar – grammar will be incorporated into our daily BOP activities
Language Arts Resources • www.mrzirklelanguagearts.com • Language Arts Assignments • Students Can Post Assignments • Print out Assignments / Resources Contact Mr. Zirkle Text or Voice Mail 919-335-5384 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org