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Copy of First Day of School - 7th Grade English

A presentation to welcome my seventh 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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Debra Davis Garza

on 22 August 2016

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Homework
2) If it is to be collected, place it in the homework bin.
3) Otherwise, please leave it on your desk to be checked.
1) All homework will either be checked or collected.
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Welcome
to Mrs. Davis Garza's English Class!
About Me
2016-2017:
Education:
Hobbies:
This is my 13th year teaching. I'm married to a great man. We have one daughter and two dogs.
Entrance
Procedures
Dismissal
Goals:
LET"S LOOK AT A SAMPLE
Unit
Test!
Expectations...
Rule #1 - Be Prompt
well-oiled machine.
help the classroom run smoothly,
Bel Air Middle School
Attn: Mrs. Davis Garza
8040 Yermoland
El Paso, TX 7993
Mr. and Mrs. Silva
1313 Mockingbird Lane
Tim has been working very hard in English class! He's been coming to class on time 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 earn an A this year! I am proud of his effort. You should be as well!
Mr. and Mrs. Silva,

Sincerely,
Mrs. Davis Garza
Rule #5 - Be Polite.
Rule #4 - Be Participatory.
Rule #3 - Be Productive
Learning is not a spectator
sport. You are expected to work by discussing with a partner and/or in groups.
Respect your teacher
and
your classmates. When working in groups, use your "inside voice."
Always
try
your
best!
Don't forget to call Camille's parents about her disruptive behavior.
Absent from
Class:
Late to Class:
Quietly
enter the room.
Quietly
take your seat.
T
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A
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University of Phoenix
UTEP-Teaching Certification
To help you become a better thinker, writer, reader, listener, and speaker.
Spending time with family, reading a great book, enjoying a good movie,
and watching sports - Go Cowboys! Rangers! Spurs!
Turn and Talk
to your shoulder partner.

Essestial Question - EQ

Why is it important to have classroom expectations?

Be sure to keep track
of your responses.


It's your time to share.
CAN'T
El Paso, TX 79907
Copy closing task
in agenda as soon as
you enter classroom.
Use your time wisely.
Bring your agenda, a writing utensil, glue stick(s), a highlighter, and brain daily.
Rule #2 - Be Prepared
Be on time and at school every day.
Rules
(I miss you when you're not here!)
Action
Consequence
**
All school rules are in place in our classroom.
Rules
like a
Bel Air Middle School - Go Warriors!
3rd time:
Phone call to parent
and 30 minute detention.
2nd time:
Phone call to parent and 15 minute detention.
When you
CHOOSE
to break the rules, there are
CONSEQUENCES
...
1st time:
Verbal warning.
4th time:
Conference with parent
and student.
5th time:
Referral to administration.
REWARDS
Positive notes and calls home.
Praise.
Clean up your area and put items you've used in class back in their proper place.
Pack up your belongings, put ISNs back on the cart, and stay seated.
The bell does not dismiss you, the teacher does.
10th Period - Place one chair on the table before you leave!
Classroom Procedures
Come to class prepared every day.
Greet the teacher as you enter our classroom.
Get your ISN from the cart, go to your seat, and take out your supplies.
Write down the day's objective in your agenda.
Get started with the Bell Work as written on the board.
Yes!
No
I Know The Answer.

4) If you did not do your homework, fill out a pink slip.
Pick up any missed handouts from the makeup folder.
It is your responsibility to make up any missed work!
HAND
SIGNALS
"You is kind, you
is smart, you is
important."
The Help
Camille Garza
10/05/2016
X
** S
tudents will be sent to the office immediately for severe disruptions.
Listen to music while working.
Being Excused from the Room
What happens if or when I don't follow the rules?
Team 7B - Red Raiders
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You may leave the room (bathroom break) up to four times each
nine-week period.
You
must
have your agenda, and it must be signed by me.
Lessons Learned
in Life
What happens when I do follow the rules?
Relentless - persistent, continuous,
never-ending, incessant, unfaltering
About Mrs. Davis Garza
Be Prompt
Be Prepared
Be Productive
Be Participatory
Be Polite
My Symbol
Represents the Importance
of my Faith
One of my Least
Favorite Activities
May I go to the restroom?
I have a question.
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