Skills for Success I ask for help when I need it; I participate appropriately in class discussion, even if I am not 100% sure of the correct answer; I help others when needed, without disrupting the rest of the class; I stay on task without being reminded; I ask questions for clarification when needed; I do my homework and hand assignments in on time; I am a productive member in pair and group activities;
Skills for Success I keep my binder up to date, neat and organized; I make sure to ask the teacher and other students what I have missed when I am absent and get caught up as soon as I can; I use the resources available to me when I need extra help such as: Meeting with the teacher at lunch or after school Attending homework club after school Attending study nights provided by LINK before exams Asking my parents/guardians for help with homework Use ClassNet for class handouts, review, notes, calendar of events
What I can do to improve… Be on task! Be a leader for yourself and others! Be an active listener and participant in class! Be on time and present for class! Be in uniform! Be ready to work! Be prepared by always bringing all of your required materials to class! Be supportive of others! Be a celebration of People!
Materials Needed for Class 3 Ring Binder for Geography only with lined paper Pencil Case with: Pens, pencils, white eraser, dry whiteout Ruler Scientific Calculator Coloured pencils (pack of 12 or more if possible) Memory Stick Pencil sharpener with cap
How To Be Happy at Bennie’s! Get Involved! Join a club, try out for a team, join lunch time activities provided for your interests Avoid conflicts by respecting yourself, others, Catholic values (be kind, patient, understanding, compassionate, etc.) and school policies (uniform, class rules, computer use, self conduct, etc.) Ask for help when needed from: A teacher, guidance counselor, social worker, student success teacher, principal, LINK crew leader, parent, guardian, friend, etc.
Topics, Concepts and Skills for Grade 11 Physical Geography The Universe Around Us and Earth: A Vibrant Planet Origin Theories What Makes up the Universe? Technology and Tools of the Astronomer Consetellations Disaster Connection – Asteroids/Meteors Solar Nebular Theory Earth Eras Disaster Connection – Volcanoes and Earthquakes