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Copy of Copy of Classroom Procedures

A presentation to welcome my students to their first day of school, and introduce them to me, my expectations, and my classroom rules and procedures.
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Michael Sivells

on 31 August 2015

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Class work
2) Keep all handouts in your folder.

3) Keep up on all journal entries in your composition book. This will count as a summative grade.
1) Always write a heading
Name
Class period (1-4)
Title of Assignment
Date

Matrix Partners preso!
Harvard Business Review
How to lower the cost of enterprise sales?
welcome!
Resilient
to Mr. Sivells' Social Studies class!
About Me
Important Information
About Mr. Sivells
I'm from
Education
Experience
What are they?
Unit
Test!
Expectations...Just Be...
Classroom Behavior
Kirwan State High School
Attn: Ms Churchill
Hudson Street
Kirwan QLD 4817
Mr. and Mrs. Lee
123 Ross River Road
Michael has been working very hard in English class! He's been completing his homework every day, asks for help when he needs it and contributes to group discussions in positive ways. His results are improving greatly - you must be proud of your son!
Mr. and Mrs. Lee,

Sincerely,
Ms Churchill
Intelligence is not something we are BORN with; we become intelligent though PRACTICE!
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Norfolk, Virginia
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
University of West Alabama
Analytical
KEEP TRYING!!!
NO EXCUSES!!!
DON'T GIVE UP!!!
Smart is COOL!!!
NEVER accept failure!!!!
Aitkenvale QLD 4814
Write necessary notes and complete ALL necessary work…yes…H.W. included!
Show up to school/class EVERYDAY and on time!
Have a positive attitude 100% of the time!
RESPECT everyone AND everything in the class!
Bring ALL necessary materials and assignments to class!
Do your BEST 100% of the time!
Lessons Learned
When you
CHOOSE
to break the rules, there are
CONSEQUENCES
...
First time
Warning
Second Time
Conference with Teacher
Third time
Parent phone call home
Fourth Time
Removed from class
Fifth Time
Detention with Teacher

There is a zero tolerance policy for behavior issues. Be respectful, do what is asked of you and stay out of trouble!
REWARDS
You'll learn everything that you need to know!
You get to keep your job!
You'll make good grades!
Performance "bonuses"!
Grading
Policy

In Class Assignments (2 grades) - classwork, quizzes, writing prompts (journal)
(3 grades)- Tests, projects
Homework (1 or 2 grades)
Agenda Books...
Sign Out/Tardy Log
Hallway Routines
Walk on the right side of the hallway.
Walk to class in a timely manner.
Line up on the "locker wall" the wall closest to the classroom door and wait to enter class.
Use you "inside" voice while talking in the hallway.
Confident
Silhouette Collage:
Who are you? Where are you going?
Using the materials given to you, create a collage of anything that defines you or inspires you. This could include pictures, words, and so forth. Then choose one experience and write a narrative paragraph that describes what happened and why it was important to you. (The pictures and stories will be displayed.)






Be appropriate! Have fun!
Exit Slip
Write one question you have about the class. If you don't have a question, tell me something you already know about the United States.
PBIS
EVERYONE IN THIS BUILDING PARTICIPATES IN PBIS!
PBIS is a way for teachers and principals to let students know what kind of behavior is expected at school.
PBIS shows students a better way to communicate their questions and concerns to PTMS faculty and staff.
Must be carried everywhere your body goes.
Without an agenda, you may not be able to get where you want to go
It must be signed by me before you start to exit
I really don't think life is about the I-could-have-beens. Life is only about the I-tried-to-do. I don't mind the failure but I can't imagine that I'd forgive myself if I didn't try. Nikki Giovanni
16th year of teaching

*8 years in elementary
*8 years in middle school

The logs are located on the shelf by the pencil sharpener.
If you're late without a note, sign the tardy log.
If you're out of your seat when the class, starts, that counts as a tardy.
10/10 Rule
No asking to leave the class for any reason for the first and last 10 minutes of class.
Place homework in the black tray on your class shelf under the T.V.
Raise your hand to have the floor to speak in class. WAIT to be called on.

Please don’t….
Ask to leave when I’m teaching
Leave the classroom messy
Forget your belongings
Talk when I’m talking
Disrespect others IN ANY WAY.
Responsibilities...
NO Agenda Book…no quick escapes out the door!
Make up what you missed!
Talk to me about any difficult situations!
Come to class EVERYDAY prepared with materials!!
NO EXCUSES!!!
Classroom Exit
You are not dismissed by the bell. You are dismissed by the TEACHER.
When directed, pack your belongings, pick up any trash around your desk and exit the classroom.
SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT . . .
Write the following questions in your composition notebook.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

1)
What is social studies
all about? List 5 ideas
2)
Why do we have to examine events from the past?

Responsible
"Moving toward a perfect day..."
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