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First Day of School - Family Studies

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J Sawatsky

on 9 September 2016

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Transcript of First Day of School - Family Studies

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Attend EVERY class.
On Time. Every day.
Welcome Back Vikings!
to Ms Sawatsky's Family Studies Class
About Me
How to Get An "A" in Ms. Sawatsky's Class
2016-2017
Education

Hobbies/Likes/Interests
Procedures
Goals
Unit
Test!
Expectations
OF YOU...
Let's see what some of the consequences are in Ms Sawatsky's class...
Rule #1
Rule #4
Rule #5
well-oiled machine.
help the classroom run smoothly,
Rule #3
You should be actively engaged in all classroom activities
Participate!!
No whining or laziness aloud.
This course is taught in a manner similar to that found at the university level, SO I respect your right to fail (but I don't like it!)
Future professors don't care if you fail since you are paying for your education anyway, whether or not you pass their course.
Help me!
Absent from
Class
Late to Class
Quietly
enter the room.
Place late slip on my desk or hand
directly to teacher.
Quietly
take your seat.
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Be Prepared
Higher level thinking is expected
-Challenge yourself to think in new and different ways and from new perspectives!
Always ask before leaving the classroom. (I need to know where everyone is at all times!)
Only one person speaking at once so we can all hear the speaker's thoughts.
Rule #2
Be prepared to learn and be on time at school every day.
(I miss you when you're not here!)
**
All school rules are in place in our classroom.
Rules
like a
Cellphones???...out of sight, out of mind.(I don't want to see or hear them)...and I'll do the same
- They jeopardize your learning!!!
-There is a time and place for phones (listen for opportunities in class where we WILL use them!)
-

Entrance
Clean up your area & put items you've used in class back in their proper place.
Pack up your belongings and stay seated (do not line up at the door).
The bell does not dismiss you, the teacher does
Dismissal
Come to class prepared (with paper, utensils, notebook, etc.) every day..

Take a seat and read over the class schedule on the board

Quietly wait until bell rings and stay silent for announcements
Classroom Procedures
Pick up any missed handouts
It is your responsibility to make up any missed work!!
Grading Policy
Coming to class regularly, on time, and ready to work.
Volunteering, asking questions, and answering questions.
Encouraging, supporting your peers
Seeking extra help before school, after school, or during lunch.
What Counts as
Effort & Participation???
Awesome!

100% Credit
Great Job

75% Credit
Incomplete

50% Credit
Let’s Talk

0% Credit
Formulas/
Givens
Written down
(if applicable)
Written down (if applicable)
Nothing written
Nothing written
Work
All work shown
All work shown
None
None
Mistakes
None
Silly mistake(s)
N/A
N/A
Answer
Correct
Incorrect
Correct
Incorrect or blank
Good Effort

25% Credit
Written down (if applicable)
Some or all work shown
Errors show lack of understanding
Incorrect or blank
Scoring Rubric for
INDIVIDUAL QUESTIONS
on Unit Tests, Quizzes, and Collected Homework
TIPS FOR SUCCESS
Vegetarian cooking, Crossfit, traveling, family hangs, COFFEE!, playing all sports, rugby, hiking, camping...
About Ms. Sawatsky
Wilfrid Laurier University
Kinesiology/Phys Ed
University of Western Ontario
Phys Ed & Family Studies
2nd Year at W.C.I !!
GETTING
TO
KNOW
YOU...

SUPPLIES
Textbook (provided by school)

Planner (also provided by school)

A 3-ring binder/notebook/lined paper

Writing Utensils- pencil/ blue or black pen

Creative cap

**if you fail to come to school prepared, you must assume the responsibility for a mark that reflects this lack of preparation.
Do
Your
Homework!!
Students' words and actions are to reflect respect and politeness.
Vulgar language
and
being disrespectful
to others will absolutely NOT be tolerated.
Along with administration, it will be the teacher's discretion on the consequences for any misconduct.
I truly believe in your potential and I know that you have the ability to succeed!

I am looking forward to a
fabulous semester working and getting to
know each and every one of YOU!!!
LET'S DO THIS!!

Rene Birthday
Use your
RESOURCES
: textbook, class notes, previous tests, internet, peers, teacher.
Use your
BRAIN!!
: Its the most powerful tool you've got to be a creative thinker
Use
CLASS TIME
wisely!!
Don't leave things to the
LAST MINUTE !!
Surprise! Even when you are away, the work goes on without you.
Pick a buddy!
Be prepared to write a missed test or hand in assignments the next school day
Be prepared.
Don't prevent others from learning!
It's important that all students be allowed to function at their best level of ability in the best possible environment. Never take this right away from a peer.
Respect yourself, your teacher and your peers!
No outside food or drink in class! Water encouraged.
Sawatsky's Desk
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