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Curriculum Night schedule. Room numbers: Schauer 200, Beutner 201, Merritt 208, Kuczak 215,. Welcome Parents! Mr. Beutner Team 7C Social Studies. Who is this guy?. Went to the University of Northern Iowa for 3 years

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curriculum night schedule
Curriculum Night schedule

Room numbers: Schauer 200, Beutner 201, Merritt 208, Kuczak 215,

who is this guy
Who is this guy?
  • Went to the University of Northern Iowa for 3 years
  • Transferred and graduated from ASU with a bachelor degree in Education and a master degree in Educational Media and Computers
  • This is my 23rd year of teaching; 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, gifted resource.
  • I have 4 kids 16-25
  • My wife teaches 1st grade at KTA (Sureño)
contact information
CONTACT INFORMATION

Danny Beutner

Social Studies/Room 201

Email: dbeutner@kyrene.org

(Best way to reach me)

Please email your contact information to your child’s Academic Lab teacher tonight! Thanks!

needed supplies
Needed Supplies

WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF PAPER, PENCILS, MARKERS, AND KLEENEX!!!!!

Please see the 7C supplies handout passed out in your math class room.

general grading scale from 50 to 100 percent
GENERAL GRADING SCALEfrom 50 to 100 percent

100% - 90% = A89% - 80% = B79% - 70% = C69% - 60% = D50% - 59% = FTests/Quizzes/Essays/Projects comprise 80% of the grade

Homework/Class work comprise 20% of the grade

** PARENT PORTAL FOR ONLINE GRADES SHOULD BE USED BY BOTH THE PARENT AND THE STUDENT

marzano learning scale from 0 4
MARZANO LEARNING SCALEfrom 0 - 4

4.0 = 100% = A3.0 = 90% = B2.0 = 70% = C

1.0 = 60% = D

0.0 = 50% = F

Assessments will be graded using the above learning scales.

7th grade social studies targets for 2007 2008
7th Grade Social StudiesTargets for 2007-2008
  • Historical Research
    • Using primary/secondary sources, graphing, etc.
  • Civil War (1861-1865)
  • Reconstruction (1865-1877)
  • Industrialization, Immigration and

Expansion (1860-1920)

7th grade social studies targets for 2007 20081
7th Grade Social StudiesTargets for 2007-2008
  • World War I ~ (1914-1920)
  • The Roaring Twenties ~ (1919-1929)
  • The Great Depression and the New Deal ~ (1929-1940)
  • Events leading up to World War II
    • Rise of foreign dictators, war in Africa, Europe and the Pacific
  • Current Events - connecting the past to the present
    • Local newspapers, magazines, media coverage.
homework
Homework
  • The purpose of homework is to practice and reinforce objectives and skills taught in class. It is meant to prepare students for formal assessment, not to be the formal assessment of objectives taught in class. The greater the effort a student places in his/her practice assignments, the better the chances of performing well on formal assessments.
  • Time is given in class to start most homework/practice assignments. Most assignments are small, and it is not unusual for students to finish in class. Students should study at home.
study time
Study Time
  • Studying is the key to success when preparing for assessments. All seventh grade students should have an hour each school night set aside for studying, even if practice work was completed at school. As part of your child’s commitment to seventh grade, we ask that you determine an hour each day that is set aside – free from distraction – for studying. This time should involve rereading chapters assigned in texts, completing assigned outside reading, reviewing study guides and notes taken in class, making flashcards to prepare for upcoming tests, and analyzing lessons from current units for all classes. Any homework can also be completed during this time.
resource materials
Resource Materials
  • McDougal Little: American History
    • Textbook is not available on line. There are books available to use in the classroom or library. Students will not have a personal copy to take home.
  • Please encourage your child to read the newspaper and other sources of current events (teen magazines not included)
attendance assignments
Attendance & Assignments
  • Assignments for the week will be posted on my website at the start of class on Mondays and will be recorded in student’s agendas.

http://www.kyrene.org/Staff/dbeutner

  • Agendas must be kept current.
  • Replacement agendas are available in the office.
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Attendance & Assignments
  • Assignments/handouts may also be available on the online grading system.
  • Students are expected to turn in work by the due date.
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Attendance & Assignments
  • Students have one day for each day’s absence to make up missed work as stated in the student handbook.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to check for missed assignments on the day he/she returns to school or via email with prolonged illnesses
student behavior expectations
Student Behavior Expectations
  • HAVE RESPECT FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS

*This rule covers a lot of territory. I don’t expect discipline problems; I do expect a great year of learning, working, and making new friends.

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SHOW RESPECT

  • SHOW RESPONSIBILITY
  • SHOW PRIDE
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PBIS is:

  • A positive behavior management process to create safer and more effective schools.
  • A system of clear school wide expectations with consequences and incentives.
  • Intervention when you need help.
  • Students are recognized and praised for positive behaviors.
    • Wall of fame, recognition certificate, opportunities to participate in special events, prizes
  • Students receive interventions to help them refocus their unsuccessful behaviors.
    • Teacher-student conference, parent contact, reflections, parent conference, administrative referral.
consequences
Consequences:
  • Instructor warning – (verbal or non-verbal)
  • Time-out seat in classroom
  • Time-out in I.S.I. Parent will be contacted about behavior.
  • Call home and referral to administration
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Consequences:
  • I will skip any of these steps in the case of severe and/or dangerous behavior problems.
  • Demonstrate the commitment for learning through hard work, good behavior, and a positive attitude. It is the key to a successful year!
community involvement
Community Involvement

I encourage guest speakers to bring new perspective and experiences!!

Thank you!!

Any Questions?

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Curriculum Night schedule

Room numbers: Schauer 200, Beutner 201, Merritt 208, Kuczak 215,