Presentation on theme: "Like Big Binders. D.- drop E.- everything A.- and O.- organize D.E.A.O will help you as a student: -learn the importance of keeping a binder neat,"— Presentation transcript:
D.- drop E.- everything A.- and O.- organize D.E.A.O will help you as a student: -learn the importance of keeping a binder neat, complete and organized. -to be accountable for your materials -realize that your binder is a resource -get better prepared for college and life
It will take place once every two weeks on Thursdays! D.E.A.O. Checklist Students Should Be: -placing loose papers behind appropriate tabs -Filling in assignment logs/agendas/calendars -replenishing assignment logs/calendars *If binder is organized, students should interact w/notes _____ _____ _____ Teachers Should Be: -Passing out assignment logs -Providing students with feedback -Grading when appropriate (their section only and overall organization) *Teachers will provide grades for ORGANIZATION!!
The bigger the better because you will be carrying materials for all your classes. A binder with a slip cover is recommended so that you can have your name on it incase it gets lost.
The pouch does not have to be in the binder. It can be carried in your back pack.
A thin agenda with out a spiral and with 3 holes will work best and fit well in the binder.
You will receive a copy of the bell schedule(s) and a district calendar. To keep them persevered for the entire year it is suggested that you place them in sheet protectors.
To be placed towards the front of your binder behind the bell schedule. Each assignment log will be double sided. DO NOT place one assignment log behind each tab. You can get new assignment logs from your teachers.
If your science teacher requires a notebook then it should go behind your science section.