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1 Ms. Jensen FACS and Health Welcome Cardinals!Ms. JensenFACS and Health
2 How Many Years Have I been a teacher? Closest to 14 wins!!
3 About Me Ms. Jensen (Tanya) 12 Years Teaching in Long Prairie, MN/ Year#2 in AlexandriaDegree: Double Major:Health Education (K-12)Family and Consumer Science (Grades 5-12)Coaching LicensureMasters of Education Degree-Saint Mary’s UniversityMinor: Community EducationExperience: personal fitness trainer, head volleyball and softball coach, aerobics instructor, childcare provider, restaurant serving/managing, Expo culinaryHusband-Matthew CHEF/OWNER Broadway BistroChildren-McKenna (9) & Parker (3)
4 Respect Honesty Kindness Responsibility Fairness What are the 5 Areas of Required Student Behavior from the “Code of Conduct” (from memory)!!Respect Honesty Kindness Responsibility Fairness
5 Class Expectations Follow behavior expectations!! Code of Conduct! BPE ‘Brick Wall’Student Created 2011CC Reflection for misbehavior.Be HelpfulKeep the room clean!Be responsible for your tests and assignments.
6 Are we allowed to have food (including Candy), beverages (other than water), and cell phones or music devices in the classroomNO!!!!
7 We Follow School Rules!! NO! Food or Beverages in the classroom! Water is OK!NO! Ipods and/or cell phones (etc) in the classroom!!!I will take them
8 Seating: It works until it doesn’t! Keep your possessions in your own space.Avoid distracting others seated near you.Desk buddies will be used in classroom activities and assignments!SIGN SEATING CHART
9 Name Tents Fold note card in half lengthwise. Write your first name and last initial legibly on one side.Attendance number (on the back)Draw 3 items on your name tent that are meaningful to you or define you.Place on your desk at all times until instructed otherwise. Always… when substitute is present!Place name tags in designated container upon leaving the classroom.
10 Share Name Cards! Overview of Class Questions Items needed for class: 3 Ring Binder3 Hole Punch PaperWriting Utensil, Color Pencils (Housing) POSITIVE attitude
11 Day 2 Questions Where do we go for fire? Tornado? In this class? What are 4 expectations I have of you while you are present in this classroom?Is food (including candy) & liquid beverages (excluding water), phones and musical devices allowed in the classroom, and Why?List 3 items you need to bring each day for class.List 2 things you learned about a classmate after the name tent presentations!!
13 I will check time of entry! LATE TO CLASS??Late passes are to be placed in the pass basket on your way into the room!I will check time of entry!
14 At the Beginning of the Hour: “Bell Activity” Begin bell activity upon arrival to classroom.Handouts found on entry table.Handwritten bell activities will be written on the board.Full Sentence writing format.
15 CAN I GO TO THE BATHROOM?? NOT AT THE BEGINNING of the hour. MY TIME: Remain in your seats and attentive to the instructor’s direction: during videos, discussions, full class activities, note taking, or presentations Your Time: independent/group work timeFill out a blue pass (when approved) for teacher signature! BATHROOM PASS-SPATULAYou must ALWAYS sign out on the room sign- out sheet .
16 IPOD Binders (I Plan & Organize Daily) Get all your ducks in a row.IPOD Binders (I Plan & Organize Daily)Page numbers will be displayed on the board and should be placed on the lower outside corner of each page.Assignments will be checked on a random basis throughout the semester.Get parent signature for each section!!Late assignments will earn a substantial grade reduction (fill out & attach a late work form)…8
18 Responsibilities when Absent Check Assignment CalendarWorksheet Make-up fileWork Sheets/NotesHand Copied from buddy!Binder Buddy (Ask 3)Make up testsJefferson: before or after schoolStudy Hall
19 Late Assignment Form You will need to fill out the in order for it to be accepted for full or partial credit.Forms are found in the classroom.Completed forms should be stapled to your late work and placed in the“Late Work” file.
21 It is YOUR Responsibility! Any incomplete work at the quarter’s end will earn a permanent ZERO for that test, project, and/or assignment.
22 Classroom NotesPower pointsLinks to VideoActivitiesAssignmentsThe Schoology website has copies of class information for you and your parents.CodesChild Development:Food & NutritionRegional FoodsHealth 8PS3XH-Q76434FG5D-2WVMTTQTHF-P3G8TV6X8G-XZNV3
23 Daily PointsStudents will earn random daily participation points for interacting in class, and following the Code Of Conduct requirements & “Building a Positive Environment” BPE Wall If a student does not follow the C of C or BPE, and/or does not participate in class (or is absent) the full amount of points will be deducted for that day!
24 Culinary Arts, Food and Nutrition, Real World, Regional Foods Food Lab ClassesCooking classes are educationally based! There will be extensive sections of learning about the food/prep.skills/cooking methods~ followed by a test, and then a cooking lab will be offered to students, related to tested material and level of written achievement. You must earn a 75% or higher on each section test, in order to participate in the cooking labs!! Those who are absent or earn less than 75% for the section, will be taking or correcting their tests during the cooking lab, and expected to complete an at home lab assignment for lab credit.Culinary Arts, Food and Nutrition, Real World, Regional Foods
25 End of hour procedure:Allow discussion to finish up; comments, questions, presentation!Stay in seats until the bell rings!NEVER stand and wait by the door!Thank you for your help in making your classroom a positive environment!!
26 Extra CreditRandomly given out throughout the quarter on a limited basis.Take advantage of them when they are available. It may be your last chance!!
27 Your Choice!! Extra Credit Summary paper of a current event article (newspaper, Internet, etc.) about content.Collage related to our content.Hand write a story related to content.Conduct an interview about content.Present a “need to know” speech about content.All extra credit assignments must be appropriate, accurate and shared (?) for credit.
28 Exit Activity Explain how you will be an asset to this class. Explain how you can use these practical life skills in your future.Share with me the #1 most important thing I should know about you!Please sign and date your page and drop off at the door once the bell has rung!!Have a great rest of your day and lets have a GREAT semester!!
29 Day 3: Schoology Activity Procedure Handout (CL activity) Schoology.com student insert codePlease sign and date the procedure sheet that you download and print from schoology showing that you understand the student/classroom expectations!Have your parent sign on the parent line and return these to me by Friday.
31 Welcome!! Hello, My name is Tanya Jensen Jefferson High School~ Family and Consumer Science TeacherDiscovery Middle School- Family & Consumer Science, HealthClasses I teach: Child Development, Food and Nutrition, Housing & Interior Design, Real World, Relationships & Family, Culinary Arts, Careers in Early Childhood, Careers in Health Care, Health 8, Regional FoodsSupplies to bring to class:JHS DMS3 Ring Binder (1.5 inch recommended) -College Ruled NotebookLoose leaf paper (3 hole punched) -Writing UtensilWriting UtensilsColored Pencils for Housing & InteriorsWelcome!!
33 Disruptive Behavior Card Immediate removal from classroom to office.Incident #1: Detention follow upIncident #2:Action Plan AssignmentParental Notification
34 Lessons??You must get permission from me before school for lessons (have your pass).If you have not received approval before school, you will NOT be allowed to leave class for your lesson.
35 Focus BubbleDaily goals will be posted in the “Focus Bubble” on the front board each day.At the end of the hour, ask yourself the question on the board.Explain what you know.Ask a question to clarify your understanding.
36 Internet PermissionWe will be using the internet for major classroom projects this semester.Sophomores…be sure to hand these forms in ASAP!!Some classes will be using computers immediately!
37 Journaling will be used on a regular basis for in-class activities. JournalsJournaling will be used on a regular basis for in-class activities.3 hole punch paper will be needed and a section of your binder will need to be for your journal entries (divider “journal entries”).
38 What’s On The Test? Handouts Binder pages Chapter AssignmentsNotesSpeaker InformationMoviesDiscussion PointsShadow ExperiencesYou will be responsible to get a parent’s signature over your completed binder section for each test.
39 What you will need: 1.5” Three Ring Binder 3-hole punch paper Writing UtensilsColored Pencils (Housing & Interiors)A Positive Hardworking AttitudeSet yourself up to achieve your PERSONAL BEST!!
40 Electronics Music devices will not be permitted in class. Be sure they are OUT OF SIGHT!Ear buds must also be out of sight!Cell phones will NOT be permitted in class. They will be taken and consequences will result.Other electronics by approval only.
41 Hearing, Vision, Learning, Etc. Special NeedsHearing, Vision, Learning, Etc.See me this week for modifications!
42 Attendance NumbersAre to appear on all tests and assignments before they are handed in for grading.Place your number on the outside of your binder and name card.Also used randomly for class discussion.