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Ms. Riquelme US History II Class Syllabus

A union of all of the levels of US History for students to understand class grading and expectations.
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Chris Riquelme

on 24 September 2013

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Transcript of Ms. Riquelme US History II Class Syllabus

Mrs. Riquelme US History II Class Syllabus
Grading
Honors:
85% Big Stuff


15% Small Stuff
25% projects
25% presentations
35% Assessments
10% homework
5% classwork
Grades include:
HW ISN
Speaking in class
HW quizzes
Tests
Essays
Marking Period Projects
Quizzes
Class Projects
Participation
75% Big Stuff
25% Small Stuff
25% projects
25% presentations
25% assessments
10% homework
15% classwork
Class Expectations
Assignments at the start of period.
Respect each other and the teacher.
Missing assignments are on calander and in binder.
Participate/Contribute Daily.
Be on time!
Be prepared for class.
Left-side Assignments
No unlawful use of
electronic devices!
Topics of US II
Westward Expansion
Imperialism
Progressivism
Great Depression
WWII
WWI
Civil Rights
Industrialization
Vietnam
Culture Wars
The 20th Century Decades
Roaring Twenties
Contact
Information

E-mail
Phone
Office Hours
criquelme@franklinboe.org
(732)302-4200 ex. 4553
Office Hours Wednesday

Homework Policy

HONORS: You may hand in your work ONE DAY late with a penalty

STANDARD: You may hand in your work no later than THREE DAYS late with a penalty
Late Policy

If you are late to class:

3 Lates = a phone call home

5 Lates = a detention, a call home
also a cut class (no pariticaption credit)

Past 5 Lates = continued teacher intervention and
a Written Referral
Cell Phone Policy

If seen using your cell phone inappropriately in class:

Step 1: Warning
Step 2: Phone will be kept until the end of class
Step 3: Phone will be kept until the end of the day
Step 4: Referral to a Dean for Guardian Pick Up
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