Presentation on theme: "CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE Student Success Seminar October 6, 2009."— Presentation transcript:
CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE Student Success Seminar October 6, 2009
Etiquette defined: Etiquette is a code of behavior that influences expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group.social behaviorconventionalnorms societysocial classgroup
Scenario # 1 You are already five minutes late for class and a class lecture is already in session: a.You try to sneak into class, but you slam the door behind you. b.You quietly enter and go to the back of the class and find a seat. c.You enter class quietly, but walk in front of the speaker to get to your seat.
Scenario # 2 You missed class and you want to ask your professor what was missed… You say a.“ Did we do anything last week?” b. “ Do you count attendance in my grade?” c.“ I know I missed class, but I have already asked a classmate and gotten my assignment and notes! Is there anything else I should know?”
Did you know? * Your professors spend hours weekly preparing for your class * Your professor teaches at least 4 or 5 other classes * Your professor thinks, plans, and creates lessons to help you learn * Your professor wants you to learn and cares about you and your education