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2 TGE RGOZADNIE! huh? Get Organized!

3 Org Anne Ized

4 A note about Related Arts Your chart only contains 8 spaces for subjects. You may want to subdivide one or two boxes for Related Arts based on your schedule for the year: P.E. health FACS

5 Fill in the subjects for your schedule Complete Front AND Back. Extra spaces are given for Music groups, World Language, Related Arts, GT pull- outs, etc.

6 MATH Bring to Class spiral/composition notebook/binder Sharpened pencils/lead Homework Eraser A positive attitude! Have at Home pencils/erasers ruler protractor calculator (basic 4 functions) math text book paper

7 How to Study at Home for Math In a quiet placeIn a quiet place Solve problems you missed a 2nd timeSolve problems you missed a 2nd time Check answers using notes from classCheck answers using notes from class Make flashcards for formulas and vocabularyMake flashcards for formulas and vocabulary Review notes from class before beginning HWReview notes from class before beginning HW Make a list of questions to ask in class the next day.Make a list of questions to ask in class the next day. Do additional odd problems and check answers using the back of the bookDo additional odd problems and check answers using the back of the book Must show workMust show work

8 P.E. Bring to Class PE uniform (grey shirt/dark shorts) athletic shoes good sportsmanship great effort Have at Home A clean uniform to bring back to school each weekA clean uniform to bring back to school each week

9 Health Bring to Class Health Folder A smile!

10 How to Study at Home for P.E and Health. Practice fitness and a healthy lifestyle!Practice fitness and a healthy lifestyle!

11 English Bring to Class sharpened pencilssharpened pencils penspens paperpaper PacketsPackets BBMS Writing HandbookBBMS Writing Handbook Have at Home BBMS Writing HandbookBBMS Writing Handbook Yellow grammar book (Sharbaugh ’ s classes)Yellow grammar book (Sharbaugh ’ s classes)

12 How to Study at Home for English Review grammar rules nightly (Grammar Wednesdays Quiz for Sharbaugh)Review grammar rules nightly (Grammar Wednesdays Quiz for Sharbaugh) ALWAYS PRE-WRITE BEFORE WRITING!ALWAYS PRE-WRITE BEFORE WRITING! Use or create an organizer (list, web, t-chart, venn diagram, etc) to create a plan before you begin to write.Use or create an organizer (list, web, t-chart, venn diagram, etc) to create a plan before you begin to write.

13 FACS Bring to Class pen/pencil, and class folder with paper for notes, warm ups and class work Have at Home Items so you can complete HWItems so you can complete HW

14 How to Study at Home for FACS Be sure to make up missed work immediately from absences- late work is not acceptedBe sure to make up missed work immediately from absences- late work is not accepted

15 Social Studies Bring to Class Interactive notebook, pens, pencils, highlighters, colored pencils and a glue stick. Have at Home TextbookTextbook

16 How to Study at Home for Social Studies Review notes and vocabularyReview notes and vocabulary Take care of Interactive notebookTake care of Interactive notebook Ask a friend if neededAsk a friend if needed

17 Technology Education Bring to Class pen/pencil, and class folder with paper for notes, warm ups and class workpen/pencil, and class folder with paper for notes, warm ups and class work Have at Home Items so you can complete HWItems so you can complete HW

18 How to Study at Home for Tech Ed Be sure to make up missed work immediately from absences- late work is not acceptedBe sure to make up missed work immediately from absences- late work is not accepted

19 World Language Bring to Class Resources that teachers provide (good notes, organized notebook) Participation in the lesson (by raising hand, being involved in the activity and having materials.) Have at Home Bring home resources needed to study each nightBring home resources needed to study each night

20 How to Study at Home for World Language Review every night whether there is HW or not.Review every night whether there is HW or not.

21 Reading Bring to Class A novel to read if you finish work early Pencil Composition book Reading folder/section of binder Colored pencils highlighter Have at Home Reading materials (books, magazines, newspapers, etc.)Reading materials (books, magazines, newspapers, etc.)

22 How to Study at Home for Reading READ! complete a reading entry each week (Butler’s students- reading log 600 min.)

23 Art Bring to Class PencilPencil Organize your sketchbook when you are in classOrganize your sketchbook when you are in class Have at Home A list of due dates/deadlines for projectsA list of due dates/deadlines for projects

24 How to Study at Home for Art Keep papers organized in your sketchbook Keep track of due dates Plan out projects in advance so you are not stressed

25 Orchestra Come prepared for class with your instrument and a pencil. Practice at home regularly -- make a schedule and stick to it! <-- for 100% on their practice grade I ask them to practice 25 minutes 5 days a week. Turn in written assignments by the due date Take care of the music in your "for here" folder -- we want it to last for a long time Make sure you have a name tag on your instrument Write your name on all written assignments

26 Science Bring to Class Science binder, or section in a big binderScience binder, or section in a big binder Spiral (3rd and 4th quarter) (GT- always)Spiral (3rd and 4th quarter) (GT- always) Research binder (GT)Research binder (GT) Have at Home the wiki bookmarkedthe wiki bookmarked TextbookTextbook

27 How to Study at Home for Science Go to the studystack link or review vocabulary for at least 10 minutes EACH NIGHTGo to the studystack link or review vocabulary for at least 10 minutes EACH NIGHT Review daily work each nightReview daily work each night

28 Info From Mrs. Sharbaugh about GT Seminars (read it and decide what you need to write down) * Students MUST make up the work they miss from class when attending a seminar session in the Think Tank. * Students need to make a habit of asking permission to attend a seminar session in the Think Tank a day or two before the actual meeting.

29 GT info continued (read and decide what you need to write down) * Students cannot attend a seminar session unless they have their schedule to use as a pass, which homeroom teachers distribute approximately once per month. Many students store them in their X-File-type folder that they keep in the front of their binder or somewhere in the very front of their binder where it is easily accessible and can also serve as a reminder. Some kids even staple it into their agenda book.

30 GT info continued (read and decide what you need to write down) * If students are working in a group within the seminar (ex: Debate, Film, etc.) then they MUST follow through with tasks they agreed to take on for the group, coming prepared to the session with that task done. * Students should write down the dates/times of seminar meetings in their agenda books when they receive the schedule during homeroom distribution.

31 If you have extra time… Make a list of items needed for locker stops and tape it into your locker See the example on the next slide

32 Sample Locker Stop Index Card Before Homeroom (1,2,3,4): binder, agenda, gym clothes, reading book, FACS folder After pd 4 (Core (5), 6): binder, agenda, snack, science spiral Before lunch: money/lunch, jacket After lunch (8,9): binder, agenda, interactive notebook, math folder Take Home: Take Home: binder, agenda, interactive notebook, math folder, science spiral, reading book, English packet, jacket


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