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7TH GRADE Cougar Path CIVICS
Welcome to 7th grade Cougar Path Civics! My name is Ms. Louis, and you'll be learning about the United States government, North American geography, and Economics.
End of Course Exam:
Do not throw out anything in your binders!
We will be using your notes and study guides to review
for the exam. (In April)
4th Quarter of the Year:
North American geography
Everyday you'll need your binder, pencil or pens, (NO
red ink) small sharpener, colored pencils, and rulers.
We will be doing the History Fair this year ... I'll take you to the library & explain the project in class. Most
of the work is done at home. (Fair is in February)
We will be doing other projects, debates, and other activities in class.
Again welcome to civics class. This week we'll learn about how to find information from your textbook, remember how to write an essay, work on current events, and set up your binders.
What am I interested in?
Projects: Arts & Crafts
Music: all kinds, played the flute/the piano.
Spending time with friends and family
Always be respectful to yourself and others.
Be on time & ready to work when the bell rings.
Be a good listener & only raise your hand if you have a question. (after someone is done talking)
Keep your work neat and organized.
Student Center is set up for you students to turn in work, pass back work, & get supplies if needed.
Never Be Less Than Your Best!
1. Raise your hand & cross your fingers.
2. Hand me your agenda.
Only One out at a time...
1. There is NO talking in the hallway.
2. Lunchtime: Rules # 1 & 2 plus then you'll go sit at Ms. Louis' table.
Agenda should be filled out as soon as you come in.
Homework should be turned in on time.
If not - it will be an Zero until you turn it in. I will then grade it, (like it was turned in on time) subtract 10 points for everyday late, & that will be your grade.
Absences: you have 2 days for every day your absent to make up work. (for full credit)
Textbooks: they'll be signed out and taken home. (stay until end of year)
Textbook will be available online also.
Binders: will be put together on Friday 8/23rd. Bring supplies to class!
To learn about the procedures
that will help you have a
To have fun learning about
To prepare & be successful
in taking the EOC Civics.
1. Be on time.
2. Be prepared for class.
3. Be polite.
4. Be prompt.
5. Be empty-mouthed.
Entering: Please enter the classroom with proper decorum. You may talk quietly,
but please do not be disruptive. When the bell rings signaling the beginning of the
period, be working on your warm up assignment. Have all materials ready!
There will be an assigned seating chart for class.
All students are expected to be in their assigned seats, unless directed otherwise.
Seating charts will be changed periodically. If you have a problem with your assigned seat, please talk to me privately, and it will be taken into consideration.
The bell does NOT dismiss students. Please stay in seats and continue working until dismissed by the teacher. Do not pack up until directed to by me.
Projects are an integral part of the gifted and advanced curriculum. It is my effort to include a variety of types of projects to allow each student an opportunity to exhibit his/her strengths, as well as explore new ways of attacking class information. Types of projects may include written papers, oral reports, group presentation, multimedia (computer, video, etc.), and artistic drawing/sculpture/poetry/song) presentations. Project requirements and grading procedures will be included with each project’s description sheet.