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Eighth Grade Spanish Class Handbook Señora Ehrke firstname.lastname@example.org
Each class… 1.Agenda book open on desk with homework copied from the board. 2. Complete your warmup in the warmup section of your binder.
¡Silencio, por favor! When I need your attention you will hear the maraca! Eyes front! Lips zipped!
Dismissal from Class I will dismiss the class… …not the bell! Please do not get out of your seats or pack up until you are told to do so.
Bring all materials to class! If you forget any materials you will be marked unprepared!
¡Levanta la mano!/ Raise your hand! I have a question./ I would like to answer a question or make a relevant comment. I need to leave the room (bathroom, drink…don’t forget to signout and in). I need help with the assignment/ activity.
If you finish early… 1. Spanish Sudoku. 2. Read DEAR book.
Your Spanish binder should have five sections HandoutsWarmups Homework ClassworkAssessments
Keep your binder organized! 1. File all papers in the correct section. 2.Keep this in the front of your binder. 3.Binder checks will be conducted throughout the year in the form of open note quizzes.
Emergencies/ Fire Drills Leave all materials on your desk and exit the room QUIETLY. Proceed outside and line up QUIETLY until you are directed to reenter the building.
La tarea/ Homework Written and/or review assignment each time you have Spanish. Most assignments will also be available on my website which can be accessed through the school site. Due during the next class. Incomplete homework will be completed in Brain Food during lunch for half credit.
Mis esperas/ My expectations 1.Be prompt. 2.Be prepared. 3.Be respectful. 4.Always try your best. 5.Ask for help when you do not understand something.
What are we learning this year? Unit I: En casa con mi familia You will be able to describe yourself, your family members, and your house. You will talk about your responsibilities at home and who performs various chores. Unit II: ¡A comer! You will learn how to express what you eat for various meals. You will be able to describe how food tastes and what foods your family members prefer. Unit III: Mi rutina diaria You will learn how to describe your daily routine.
Possible High School Credit In an effort to align with Cherokee’s Spanish Program, middle school students will cover the content that is taught in Spanish I during their seventh and eighth grade years. In addition to our district assessments, Cherokee’s midterm and final will also be administered. At the end of seventh grade, all students will take the midterm exam. At the end of eighth grade, all students will take the final exam. Students who excel in World Language, and receive an overall A or B average from the combined seventh and eighth grade years, inclusive of exam grades, will receive one year of high school credit in a World Language, and be offered placement into Cherokee’s Spanish II program.
Acknowledgement Students and Parents: I have received and read the Handbook for Spanish class for the 2010-2011 school year. ________________________________ Student Signature ________________________________ Parent Signature Parents: Please provide an email address where I can contact you if necessary. __________________@__________________