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First Day of School - Sra. Gomez
Transcript of First Day of School - Sra. Gomez
Test! Expectations... Rule #1 Rule #4 well-oiled machine. help the classroom run smoothly, Geisler Middle School
Attn: Sra. Gomez
46720 West Pontiac Trail
Walled Lake, MI 49 Mr. and Mrs. Lee 123 Dale Boulevard Timmy has been working very hard in Spanish 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,
Sra. Gomez Rule #3 Observe all school rules. Ayudame! Absent from
Class Tardy for Class T H N A K Y O U P R E Z I University of Michigan
Marygrove College To help you learn and enjoy Spanish! Cooking and baking with my kids. Renovating houses in my Detroit neighborhood. Classroom Procedures Be honest Be incredible CAN'T Wixom, MI 48393 Respect the people, equipment and furnishings of this classroom. Follow directions the first time they are given. Rule #2 Be in your assigned seat with your class supplies ready when the bell rings. Rules Action Consequence Rules like a 4th time: Fourth strike on your calendar.
Referral completed. Parent contacted REWARDS Notes and calls home. Praise. Greet the teacher appropriately.
Enter the room quietly.
Sit in your assigned seat immediately.
Put your completed homework on your desk.
Begin your CHAMBA on the back of your calendar. 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. Leave your seat Restroom Yes! No If you wish to speak Need help 4) If you did not do your hw, you will not get credit. Pick up any missed handouts from the absent folders.
It is your responsibility to make up any missed work! "You can be the President of the United States, or an Olympic Champion."
-Henry Cejudo Grading Policy Formative assessments are essentially practice work. For example, homework and classwork would be formative.
Summative assessments are when we check to see what you actually know. For example, quizzes, tests, and projects would be summative. What counts as
Summative and what counts as Formative??? Quiz taking and retake policy ** Students will be sent to the office immediately for severe disruptions. Schoolwide recognition whenever possible. About Sra. Gomez Sra. Gomez's Spanish class This includes appropriate dress, electronic usage and academic honesty. 3rd time: Third strike on your calendar.
Parent signature required on calendar.
Parent contacted. 2nd time: Second strike on your calendar.
Parent signature required on calendar. 1st time: I will mark a strike on your
calendar. You will indicate which rule you
broke. Verbal warning. When you CHOSE to break the rules, there are CONSEQUENCES... Lessons Learned on the Ballfield Don't forget to call 's Katie's parents about her disruptive behavior. 90% Summative Assessments 10 % Formative Assessments Quizzes will be offered in three levels: low, mid and high.
All students are expected to take the mid level quiz.
Twice per semester you may choose to take the low level quiz.
You may always take the high level quiz for a 10% increase up to 100%. Homework Checking Policy Homework must be complete to receive credit. I am only checking for effort.
Students will be responsible for checking the accuracy of their homework every day. Strive for Progress, Not Perfection Quietly enter the room.
Quietly sit in your assigned seat.
Place your pass on your desk. To leave your seat 13th year teaching. First Full year at Geisler Middle School We have MANY more procedures. We will learn them throughout the first few weeks Rule 3 - I wrote on the desk.