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Topic: Freshman Orientation Do: Students will identify essential components of student success in high school. Level of Thinking: Remembering

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100 200 300 400 500 Dobson Counselors Diploma Options Grades and Class Rank Success in School Get Connected Planning for Your Future

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The assigned school counselor for students with last names beginning with A- CK A 100

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Who is Ms. Bone? A 100

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The assigned school counselor for students with last names beginning with CL-F A 200

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Who is Dr. Mathieson? A 200

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The assigned school counselor for students with last names beginning with HE-L A 300

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Who is Mrs. Nye? A 300

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The assigned school counselor for students with last names beginning with M- PD A 400

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Who is Mr. Payne? A 400

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The assigned school counselor for students with last names beginning with SM-Z A 500

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Who is Mr. Boggess? A 500

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The number of credits required to graduate B 100

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What is 22 credits? B 100

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The number of years of a world language required for a scholastic diploma B 200

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What is 2 years? B 200

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The number of credits needed in math to graduate B 300

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What is 4 years? (4.0 credits) B 300

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This diploma requires students to have a 3.0 GPA or higher and take a minimum of 2 weighted classes B 400

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What is the scholastic diploma? B 400

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The amount of credits you earn for each class you take B 500

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What is ½ a credit? B 500

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A numerical average of all the grades youve earned in all your classes at high school. C 100

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What is your Grade Point Average? (G.P.A.) C 100

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The maximum number of days you can miss a class and still earn credit C 200

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What is 10 days? C 200

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A measure of how your academic performance in high school compares to other students in your grade C 300

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What is class rank? C 300

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DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

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The system Mesa Public Schools uses to determine class rank. C 400

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What is the college core? C 400

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This is your permanent high school record C 500

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What is your transcript? C 500

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This is a tool to help Dobson students stay organized and keep track of assignments, upcoming tests, and important dates. D 100

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What is the Dobson Planner? D 100

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This method provides a systematic format for condensing and organizing notes. D 200

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What is Cornell Notes? D 200

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This is available to students to provide extra help in math. D 300

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What is the Math Lab? D 300

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This period of time is an academic time set aside for students to focus on homework and getting extra help from teachers. D 400

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What is conference time? D 400

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This is a tool that allows you to monitor your grades, your attendance, and track your progress towards graduation. D 500

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What is the Student Experience or Student Portal? D 500

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These students are more likely to succeed academically and graduate. E 100

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Who are students that are connected to their school? E 100

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This program allows students to earn a seal on their diploma when they document 150+ hours of service learning during high school. E 200

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What is the Honor for Excellence in Service Learning? E 200

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Doing this 95% of the days of school means you will have higher grades. E 300

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What is attend school? E 300

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This method of communication keeps students connected to what is happening at Dobson. E 400

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What is the daily announcements? E 400

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Attendance, academic performance, and a desire to continue education beyond high school are all positively linked to extra curricular participation. Dobson is proud to offer our students well over fifty of these. E 500

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What are student clubs? E 500

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You should meet with this person to discuss your educational and career goals. F 100

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Who is your school counselor? F 100

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Planning and preparation for after high school happens during this year of high school. F 200

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What is your freshman year? F 200

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This newsfeed provides students with the latest information on scholarship opportunities, military visits, college visits, tutoring services, and other special events going on at Dobson. F 300

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What is the counseling News Feed? F 300

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Students must pass these tests in order to graduate from high school. F 400

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What are the AIMS reading, writing, and math tests? F 400

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This plan is required for all students to graduate and reflects a student's current plan of coursework, career aspirations, and extended learning opportunities in order to develop the student's individual academic and career goals. F 500

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What is an Educational and Career Action Plan (ECAP)? F 500

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: College Entrance Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

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One of these two exams is required to apply to a 4 year University? Click on screen to continue

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What is the ACT or SAT exam? Click on screen to continue

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