Presentation on theme: "POLICIES & PROCEDURES. Student Behavior Raise your hand to ask a question or give an answer. Do not shout out the answer, unless I happen to say “shout."— Presentation transcript:
POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Student Behavior Raise your hand to ask a question or give an answer. Do not shout out the answer, unless I happen to say “shout it out.” Wait until I’m done to ask questions I almost ALWAYS ask if there are any questions Why is this a rule?
Student Behavior If I am in front of the class talking, you should be looking at me and listening If another student is talking… My biggest pet peeve
Be in your seat by the time the bell rings Stay in your seat during class unless I give permission Stay in your seat when the final bell rings I dismiss you, NOT the bell Push your chair in when you leave Student Behavior
Quiz #1 1. How do you ask questions or give answers in class? 2. What is my biggest pet peeve? 3. If you are not in your seat by the time the bell rings, you are ______________ 4. Does the bell dismiss you? 5. What should you do before leaving the room?
Student Behavior Ms. Diab expects students to be in their classrooms during class time Use the bathroom before and after class Do not ask if I am speaking to the class or we are in the middle of a lesson Sign out and sign back in
Everyday, there will be a warm- up on the board. This is to be completed in your interactive notebook You should get started right when the bell rings This is quiet time (thinking and writing time) Do not use a new page for each warm-up Each warm-up should have a title and date These will be checked at random- I will not tell you when or which entries I will be looking at (this means you need to do ALL of them) Warm-Ups
Homework I do not assign a lot of homework… yay!! HOWEVER, it does happen, so make sure you read the board. Most often, your homework is what you don’t finish in class Use your class time wisely
Quiz #2 1. When should you use the bathroom? 2. If you absolutely have to use the bathroom, what should you do before leaving the room? 3. Is there ever a time you should be talking durning a warm-up? 4. What does each warm-up need? 5. Where can you find your homework assignments?