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Nutritional Wellness Child Development.  Be Responsible  Follow the rules and expectations set by the teacher  Be Respectful  Be tolerant of others.

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1 Nutritional Wellness Child Development

2  Be Responsible  Follow the rules and expectations set by the teacher  Be Respectful  Be tolerant of others beliefs and values  Be Safe  Place backpacks under chair/desk

3  Entering the classroom  Starting the class  Attention signal  Asking for help  Working independently  Working in groups  Transition  Hall pass  Obtaining materials  Completing and returning work  Ending class, closure activities

4  Be on time ready to work  Read and follow the prompts for the day ACTIVITY: Nutritional Wellness: 3x5 cards Child Development: Scavenger Hunt

5  Pair-share the prompts  Remain in your seats, waiting for instruction  Do your best work/follow the rules

6  “Eyes up here”-look and listen for instruction.  Labs- “clap once”, “Clap twice”.

7  During class discussions – raise your hand  During team or group work – ask your teammates  During individual work – raise your hand  Before/after school – or phone.   (360)

8  Be respectful of others around you  Quiet with hand, feet and eyes to yourself  NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES (unless project related)

9  Work in teams as instructed  Groupings done by instructor  Talking is good, cooperation, collaboration  Use appropriate language  Be helpful  Be tolerant of others  NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES (unless project related)

10  Count down  “eyes up here”

11  You are responsible for your pass. (pass out 3x5)  You get only 3 passes this semester. Use them wisely.  They are in the black box on the side of the teacher’s desk  Only leave when instructor is not giving instructions.  One at a time out of the room  Be sure I know you are leaving.

12 Name:Period: DateTime OutTime Back to Class

13  Gather materials for projects and assignments when instructed.  Markers, glue, scissors in front of the room  Labs-  flour, sugar behind demonstration table  Spices in the cupboard near kitchen 6

14  Daily assignments turn into turn in box at the side of the room when you leave each day.  After hours:  Place in main office box  turn in is acceptable  Slide under classroom door  Nutritional Wellness-  lab binders on the top of the bookshelf near instructors desk  Turn in Market Orders into the turn in box Returning work – in the return box near the lab doorway.

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16  Nutritional Wellness  Child Development

17  Need 100 points by the end of the semester.  You are responsible to keep track of your points.  Examples:  Child Development  Babysit for free  Volunteer at YMCA/boys and girls club  Be involved in child care program for open house  Be involved in the cooking club  Nutritional Wellness  Cook at home  Volunteer at a food related businesses  Be involved in the Friday workshops after school

18  Cell Phones!  Please turn off or silence your phone while in class.  When phone is out, it distracts the educational process for you and those around you. Really!  First: phone taken away and returned to you at the end of the period. Phone call home.  Second: phone taken away and turned into the main office. You may get your phone at the end of the day.  Tardy to Class!  First 5 are dealt between student, instructor and/or parents.  6 th one is dealt with the administrator

19  Check my website for missing assignments, events happening or to get information to help you be successful here at Timberline High School. GO BLAZERS

20  Nutritional Wellness  Safety and sanitation introduction  Child Development  Sillouettes


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