Presentation on theme: "Nutritional Wellness Child Development. Be Responsible Follow the rules and expectations set by the teacher Be Respectful Be tolerant of others."— Presentation transcript:
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
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
Be on time ready to work Read and follow the prompts for the day ACTIVITY: Nutritional Wellness: 3x5 cards Child Development: Scavenger Hunt
Pair-share the prompts Remain in your seats, waiting for instruction Do your best work/follow the rules
“Eyes up here”-look and listen for instruction. Labs- “clap once”, “Clap twice”.
During class discussions – raise your hand During team or group work – ask your teammates During individual work – raise your hand Before/after school – email or phone. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 412-4860
Be respectful of others around you Quiet with hand, feet and eyes to yourself NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES (unless project related)
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)
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.
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
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 Email 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.
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
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
Check my website for missing assignments, events happening or to get information to help you be successful here at Timberline High School. GO BLAZERS www.nthurston.k12.wa.us/elobe
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