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Welcome to Back to School Night!

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Tasia Cox

on 31 August 2016

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Transcript of Welcome to Back to School Night!

My name is Mrs. Stafford
CSUF Social Science Credential Teacher
Partner teaching with Mr. Fawley
BA in Spanish and French
MA in Latin American Studies
11th Grade US History
Topics that the students will be covering include Industrialization, US Imperialism, World War I, The Twenties, The Great Depression, World War II, The Korean War, the 1950's, 1960's, the Cold War and the Vietnam War.

Content and Technology
Here are some examples....
Class Procedures
WOTD (Word of the Day)
File System
Reward System
Academic Dishonesty
Parent-Teacher Communication
50% File System: This includes all in-class activities and homework assignments
50% Unit Exams and Projects
Student Support
Students who require extra support will be accommodated to the best of my ability. Extra support includes:
I am available the following times:
Lunch Time (any day)
HOWL Period (any day)
After school by appointment- if student does not show up within 15 minutes of scheduled appointment, it will be 'canceled'
Feel free to email me anytime at tcox001@csu.fullerton.edu
Welcome to Back to School Night!
Mrs. Stafford's US History Class
Buena Park is the first school of the entire Fullerton Joint Union High School District to issue Google Chromebooks to its entire student body.

Because of this, students will be able to engage in technologically rich assignments that will prepare them for the 21st century skills they will need to enter a competitive job market.
88-87= B+
82-86= B
79-81= B-
72-76= C
70-69= C-
67-68= D+
62-66= D
55-61= D-
54 or Below= F
Grading Scale
Make-up exams for absences
Tutoring for any assignment
Clarification for any assignment
Personal support for issues outside of the classroom
Thank you!!!
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