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First Day of School - 6th Grade Math 2013

A presentation to welcome my sixth grade students to their first day of school, and introduce them to me, my expectations, and my classroom rules and procedures.
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Kristy Gaynor

on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of First Day of School - 6th Grade Math 2013

Homework
2) If collected, please turn it into your period drawer.
3) Otherwise, please leave your hw on your desk to be checked.
1) All hw will either be checked or collected.
Matrix Partners preso!
Harvard Business Review
How to lower the cost of enterprise sales?
Rene Birthday
welcome!
Be respectful
To Ms. Gaynor's 6th Grade Math Class!
About Me
How to Get An "A" in Ms. Gaynor's Class
2013-2014
Education
Hobbies
Fourth Year teaching at OJH
Entrance
It doesn't matter if the answers are correct, I want to see your work & that you tried!
Procedures
Dismissal
Goals
LET"S LOOK AT A SAMPLE HW!
Topic
Test!
Life Goals...
Expectation #1
Expectation #4
Expectation #5
well-oiled machine.
help the classroom run smoothly,
Orland Junior High School
Ms. Gaynor
14855 West Ave.
Orland Park, IL 60462
Mr. and Mrs. Lee
123 Dale Boulevard
Timmy has been working very hard in math class! He's been coming to class every day, always raises his hand to ask a question, and helps other students. If he keeps up the good work I'm sure he'll have an A this year!
Mr. and Mrs. Lee,

Sincerely,
Ms. Gaynor
Expectation #3
Respect your teacher and your classmates.
Always do your best.
Strive for Progress, Not Perfection
Don't forget to call Jamie's parents about her disruptive behavior!
Help me!
Absent from
Class
Late to Class
Quietly
enter the room.
Quietly
take your seat.
3 tardies = Lunch Detention
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Lewis University (Bachelor's)
NIU (Master's)
To help you learn math & enjoy math!
Spending time with family and friends, reading, writing my novels, traveling, scrapbooking, going to Disney World!
Now let's get to know our peers a little better!
Be honest
Be responsible
CAN'T
Orland Park, IL 60462
Follow directions the first time they are given.
Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
Expectation #2
Come to class on time and prepared.
Expectations
Action
Consequence
**
All school rules are in place in our classroom.
Expectations
like a
Lessons Learned on the Ballfield
Strike Three: Detention
Strike Two: Orange sheet.
When you
CHOOSE
to break the rules, there are
CONSEQUENCES
...
Strike One: Verbal Warning.
4th time: Office Referral
REWARDS
Four Stars
Good News post cards
Clean up your area & put items you've used in class back in their proper place.
Pack up your belongings and stay seated. The bell does not dismiss you, the teacher does.
Classroom Procedures
Come to class prepared (with binder, paper, sharpened pencils, grading pen, calculator, etc) every day.
Greet the teacher and enter our classroom.
Get your Math binder out, & take out your supplies.
Write down tonight's homework assignment
Get started with the Bell Ringers as written on the board.
Yes!
No
I Know The Answer
or
I Have A Question

4) If you did not do your hw, please fill out a pink slip.
Pick up your "While You Were Out Sheet" from your absent folder.
HAND
SIGNALS

"It's kind of fun to do the impossible."

"If you can dream it, you can do it!"

-Walt Disney
You can get an incorrect answer and still get a good grade by showing that you understand the concept!
Grading Policy
Coming to class regularly, on time, and ready to work.
Completing Bell Work.
Volunteering to write on the board, asking questions, and answering questions.
Seeking extra help before school, after school, or during lunch
Complete extra credit (i.e Test Corrections)
What Counts as
Effort & Participation???
Excellent!

Full Credit
Okay

Half Credit
Next Time

No Credit
Work Shown
Yes
Minimal
No
Effort
Obvious
Minimal
No
Scoring Rubric for
Checked Homework
** Students will be sent to the office immediately for severe disruptions.
Smarties
Being Excused from the Room

About Ms. Gaynor
- Don't talk when a teacher or a peer is talking
- Raise your hand and wait to be acknowledged
before speaking.
Homework coupons
Let's see what some consequences are in Ms. Gaynor's class!
- Participate positively in class.
- Do the homework.
- Give everything all your effort.
Don't forget to show all your work and complete every assigned problem!
About the Homework
Each assignment is worth 4 points.
To receive full credit:
1). Work must be neatly shown.
2). Every problem is completed.
(No IDK or problems left blank)

Late homework will be accepted for half credit.
** Sloppy work or incomplete homework is not acceptable **
Online Homework
Answers will be submitted online.
Work must still be shown on a separate sheet of paper.
Try to achieve 100%
Homework that receives less than 80% may not be accepted.
You may leave the room only if it is an emergency and you have a "Ticket Outta Here"

After you fill out your ticket, sign out on the blue sign-out sheet before you leave.
It is your responsibility to make up and turn in any missed work!
What else can you do?
Take good notes
Pay attention
Stay on task in class
Always do the homework
Study for tests and quizzes!
Complete in pencil.
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