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WELCOME TO 7 TH GRADE! Mrs. Pope’s Class
FUTURE PLANNING Objective: To give you an authentic education and prepare you for 8 th grade. Goal: To help you become successful in all subject areas.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED EVERY DAY: PLANNER! Pencils A Binder! Binder Tabs Folders Notebook Paper
DAILY ACTIVITIES Be in room ON TIME, every day If you’re late once, you’ll get a warning. If you’re late twice, you’ll receive a demerit/detention
DAILY ACTIVITIES Come in room with a positive attitude. Leave negativity at the door. Be prepared for class When you enter the room, be ready to start work!
DAILY ACTIVITIES Bookshelf Sign in and out completely Sticks of Fate Frogs Fed Tuesdays and Fridays by the Sticks of Fate
HOMEWORK BOARD Filled out every day If student takes initiative, they can fill out the board. Agenda signed by Mrs. Pope and filled out by YOU and every day
TUTORING You’re expected to work ALL period, EVERY day. Tutoring will become pass/fail I will record days that are not productive For good behavior, you’ll be able to
CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS: THE 5 BE’S 1) Be prepared and be ready to work. 2) Be kind. 3) Be positive. 4) Be on time. 5) Be the best you can be.
CLASSROOM RULES 1) Listen when someone is talking. 2) RESPECT- treat others the way you want to be treated. 3) Get homework finished on time.
INTEREST INVENTORY Interest Inventory!
JOURNALING EXPECTIONS Journals MUST HAVE: Capital letters at the beginning of a sentence. Punctuation at the end of the sentence. Indent the first sentence of a paragraph. Rephrase the question at the beginning of your response.
ORGANIZATION EXPECTATIONS Students MUST: Have divider tabs organized by first period through eighth period File papers IN THE CORRECT DIVIDER TAB before leaving the class Organize their binder each week and have it checked by Mrs. Pope.
HOMEWORK EXPECTATIONS Students MUST: Bring homework to tutoring to work on daily Not make excuses. It is YOUR responsibility to get your homework done outside of school. Each week, students will complete activities in tutoring. Only after those tasks will students be permitted to work on homework.
Days of the Week:Activity in Tutoring: MondayJournaling Tuesday Content Area Lesson and Activity WednesdayStudent Grade Checks ThursdayStudent Organizational Checks FridayWritten Responses, Small Group Instruction, AIMS Web testing
FUN FACTS ABOUT MRS. POPE I love to travel! I’ve run marathons, ½ marathons I read ALL the time (my favorite book is the Power of Six