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All About Me
Transcript of All About Me
Feb. 17, 1989
(27 years old)
I appreciate gifts on my birthday :)
Yes, I have social media. No, I will not follow you.
: I'm extremely sarcastic and I occasionally swear. If this offends you in any way, just remember that I don't care.
I don't work at nor do I own it. I can't hook you up with a discount.
can't even get a discount and my name's on the side of the building.
What I Do Here at South
Where I'm From
BA in English (2011)
Utica College of Syracuse University (NY)
MS in Education (2014)
Walden University (MN)
MFA in Creative Writing (2015)
Full Sail University (FL)
Teams I like, or better yet "worship"
Those who know me best, know that I'm a huge sports fan.
I used to be good at sports, too...
All About Me
The Incredibly Uninteresting Journey of Mr. Perkins
aka the Quick Essentials of Mr. Perkins
The Boring Stuff First
I'm very approachable. If you ever need to talk, my door is always open...except when it's not.
: Period 3 (ODD) & Period 6 (EVEN) - See previous bullet point.
Leave me alone
Need to complain about grades?
- (239) 561-0060 ext. 297
- firstname.lastname@example.org (best option)
Date yet to be determined.
Overexposure to stupidity.
To prevent my untimely demise
You all have brains. Please use them.
Contrary to popular belief, there are such things as stupid questions:
1. What are we doing today?
2. Can we have a free day?
3. Can I borrow a pencil?
4. Is this going to be graded?
5. How many more slides are there?
6. Do we need to bring our book next class?
7. Do we need to write this down?
8. Could you repeat that?
These are just a few, the list gets longer every year...
Don't contribute to this list.
I ain't about that life in the big city, yo.
I'm from the trees and the sticks.
More specifically, here...
a.k.a. the middle of flippin' nowhere
Don't ever go here.
There's nothing historic or exciting about it.
This sign is all that's there, I promise you.
Rules & Regulations
I'm what you would call, a degree whore...
My Love of Writing
Parental Advisory: Explicit Content
Madness | Without | Mind
The Hopeless and the Damned
The following teams are in order of importance; from "Diehard" to "Eh. They're okay."
New York Yankees
Although I respect them,
I hate Boston's guts.
I did enjoy this though.
The main stuff:
1. Bathroom breaks
2. The 5 P's
Arsenal F. C.
A crazy little thing called love...
Our Wedding Day
October 3, 2015
My Love of Art
Alice in Wonderland Quote
"I can't go back to yesterday because I was a different person then."
Walt Whitman Quote
"And your very flesh shall be a great poem."
Forever & Always tattoos
Family Crest tattoo
Alice in Wonderland tattoo #2
After session 1
Let's Keep It Simple
If you want to survive English 3/3H:
I was a 3-sport athlete in High School
My sports: Soccer, Basketball, and Baseball
Three words that "offend" me:
Basically, I don't want to hear these words uttered at all
Fourth word that I semi-include:
(But I must admit, I slip up from time to time)
Assistant Coach Boy's Varsity Soccer (
Head Coach Boy's JV Soccer (
Assistant Coach Girl's Softball (
Heade Coach Girl's Varsity Soccer (
English 3 & English 3 Honors
No doubt most, if not all of you, are at least somewhat familiar with the story “Freedom Writers.” Well what I like to do is a version of this story. One of your main yearlong assignments will be maintaining a journal.
And just like anything else you do in school there are rules and stipulations that must be followed in order for you to receive
This is not an optional assignment.
It is mandatory
Words of the Day
What do I write about?
How long should my entries be?
For how long and when do I write?
What should every entry have?
You can write about
for the most part, except for the following:
- probably shouldn’t write negatively about Mr. P either, since he controls your grade
half a page
for every entry
- Less than half a page will result in a deduction of points
beginning of each class
for 7 and a half
The date of that day's entry
If you happen to be absent one class and miss an entry,
you do not have to make up that entry
, you need to note your
absence in your journal.
I will not be checking the attendance record to see if you were present in class or not. If you fail to put that you were absent, I will assume you were present in class and that you chose not to write that day.
This is YOUR responsibility not mine.
Your journals will be graded
every 3 weeks
. The 3 week journal grade is out of
So you're essentially receiving 100 points per week of journal entries.
I will be "reading" your entries, but not necessarily responding to what you say. I may add a response here and there on occasion, but it's very rare as I'll have 170+ journals to look at.
So don't expect comments.
Now look at the last page for Journals in your packet
This is another
This is a beneficial assignment to partake in as it challenges your academic vocabulary, and seeing as the SAT is a potential test you may be taking this year, it is a wonderful bit of practice to help you ace the verbal section of that test.
Your goal for the year depends on the level of class you’re in:
by end of 4th qtr.
by end of 4th qtr
Pay close attention to the PLEASE REMEMBER section
in the packet posted to your Google classroom for Vocabulary.com
Every class period
(except today's) you will receive a "Word of the Day" that you should write down on the Semester pages provided in your packet. You can print this page out or type down the word in your Chromebook when those are issued.
This is added vocabulary practice that's less demanding than Vocabulary.com.
After journal entries, I will give you the word and spell it for those who need it, then give you the word in a sentence.
I will not simply give you the definition.
It will be up to you to use the context clues of the sentence I supply you to come up with a definition for the word.
There will be numerous Words of the Day quizzes throughout the school year.
Usually every two weeks.
21 WCC Regular Season Championships
15 WCC Tournament Championships
19 NCAA Tournament Appearances
466-111 record over the last 18 seasons
After session 2
The Hopeless and the Damned
has went back under the knife this
past summer and will eventually be completed under a new title, which is yet to be determined. So far I have added nearly 13,000 words of additional backstory following the life of the protagonist Jackson Cain. I intend to add about 7,000 more words to ring the total book word count to well over 55,000. When this is complete I will not be going the "self-publishing" route I went with the above books, instead I'll be sending my finished manuscript out to agents and publishers looking for representation.
A little something to think about...
Chromebook/Florida Collections 11
Selected novels and plays
Selected short stories and poems
Various informational articles and essays
Quizzes ------------------ 15%
Four highlighters [1
Notebook paper [
One 1" binder
One plain folder
Composition notebook [NO SPIRALS!]
Late Work Policy
to turn in, or 30% ded.
After two weeks
3. Cell phones
School policy states the 1st offense is a verbal warning. The next couple offenses lead to lunch detentions/after school detentions. And the last round of offenses include security confiscation and potential referrals/suspensions.
Usage and charging
Today is EVERYONE'S 1st offense.
Today is your VERBAL WARNING with me.
Please leave them out of sight, otherwise your detentions will begin to accrue on Day 1.
Every class will be a part of this challenge.
Every day your class can earn up to 100 points.
Unless there are opportunities to earn more.
Ex. Quizzes, tests, teacher challenge, etc.
The winner of this challenge will get their picture taken with the class trophy
and receive a party
at the end of the year! :)
Keep in mind
you can also lose points
as a class every day for behaviors and performance
below what is expected of you
Please try your best every day!