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1 English 11 English 11 Honors Mrs. C Room 185 CLASSROOM PROCEDURES

2 WHY SHOULD WE HAVE PROCEDURES IN OUR CLASSROOM?  Procedures are a part of life. They allow complex operations to run smoothly with minimal confusion, low stress, and less wasted time.


4  Attend class, and arrive on time.  Have materials ready when the bell rings.  Listen when others are speaking.  Follow directions the first time they are given  Get permission before speaking.  Be polite and respectful toward each other.  Stay on-task and focused on English. I EXPECT STUDENTS TO DO THE FOLLOWING TO MAKE SURE THE CLASSROOM RUNS SMOOTHLY:

5  Come to class on time and have materials ready.  Follow teacher’s directions and complete assignments.  Work hard and enjoy the process.  Do your best.  Do not complain; it poisons the atmosphere. ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS


7 1.Get Plicker cards and journals quickly and be seated. 2.Read the journaling assignment posted on the board and start working. ENTERING THE CLASSROOM PROCEDURE

8 1.Read the journaling assignment on the board and start working. 2.Use a new page for each journal entry. Label the top of the page with the prompt and the date. 3.When your journal is signed, quietly and with respect of other’s property and of the teacher, put away your journal. Do NOT throw your journal into your box. Place them as neatly as possible. JOURNAL PROCEDURE

9  If you have completed the writing assignment in your journal, as directed, I will initial the entry. If, for some reason you haven’t completed the journal entry as directed (not written enough, not writing for the entire directed time, not written in your journal, etc.), you will not get an initial.  Each initialed entry in worth 5 pts.; entries without initials are worth 3.  You can make up assigned journals by going to my blog and finding the topics. If your absence is a school excused absences, bring the journal to me and I will initial the entry. If it is not excused, I will not initial it but you still get 3 points for the entry. JOURNAL GRADING

10  Journal assignment  Grammar Minute  Daily objective and agenda  Teacher-instructions/modeling  Student-guided instruction/practice  Assessment/closure DAILY SCHEDULE

11 I.Journal assignment time I.Students work on journal II.Teacher takes attendance, returns papers, and checks on individual students as needed. II.Grammar Minute I.Review grammar rule and write it in your notebook II.Plickers Assessment on rule III.Write your own example in your notebook II. After the journal and Grammar assignment I.Teacher announces daily/weekly agenda. II.Teacher discusses returned papers/feedback. III.Journal and Grammar Worksheet follow up. IV.Daily lesson begins. CLASS OPENING PROCEDURES

12  Enter the classroom quietly, pick up the daily handouts, and join in the classroom activities with minimal disruption.  If your tardies continue, there will be consequences. (i.e.: talk with me, parent contact, administration involvement)  If you are tardy more than 20 minutes late to class (unexcused), it will be counted as an unexcused absence. TARDY PROCEDURE

13  When you are absent, check online for notes and assignments. Also, check with classmates to find out what you missed. As a last resort, ask the teacher during quiet work time AFTER Journals and Grammar Minute  If you are missing work from the absence, the missing assignments will be in the organizer on the back table. As a last resort, ask the teacher. ABSENCE PROCEDURE

14  When we are having class discussions, raise your hand to be called on and actively listen to whoever is speaking.  Teacher will give specific instructions when students are to call out answers without first raising their hands.  Ask only questions that are relevant to the lesson.  Be respectful of all comments and ideas, even if they differ from yours. LISTENING TO/ RESPONDING TO QUESTIONS

15  When we are walking in the hall (fire drills, writing lab, library):  Stay with the group.  Go quickly and quietly to the destination.  No deviations. Go directly to the destination. WALKING IN THE HALL PROCEDURE

16 1.Hand in daily work, as directed. 2.Put away materials. Make sure desk area is neat and trash is picked up. I’m not your mom. I wont pick up after you. 3.When the bell rings, be seated (All students must be seated). 4.Teacher dismisses the class NOT the bell. 5.Push in chairs and proceed quickly and quietly out the door. END OF THE DAY DISMISSAL PROCEDURE

17  94.5-100%=A  89.5-94.4=A-  83.5-86.4=B+  79.5-83.4=B-  76.5-79.4=C+  73.5-76.4=C  69.5-63.4=C-  66.5-69.4=D+  63.5-66.4=D  60.00-63.4=D-  59.9 and below=F GRADES

18  There is no letter grade penalty for turning in an assignment late.  Your citizenship grade will be impacted by your late work.  Your letter grade is based solely on your mastery of a skill or benchmark.  If you don’t hand in an assessment, you will receive an incomplete.  Any incomplete grades at the end of the term will result in an incomplete for the term.  You have 2 weeks to clear the incomplete or the incomplete will automatically turn into an F.  There will be no extra credit. You may redo any assignment or test. There may be additional requirements when you redo the assignment or test. INCOMPLETES


20  Do not throw or toss anything.  Do not disrupt class.  Be polite and courteous to others.  Stay on task and in assigned seat.  Keep hands and objects to yourself.  No profanity.  FOLLOW TEACHER’S DIRECTIONS. CLASSROOM RULES

21  Verbal warning  Seating change  Send to office  Conference with teacher  Parent contact  Other: detention, behavior contract CLASSROOM CONSEQUENCES

22  Get permission from the teacher without disrupting class.  Your must have a hall pass to leave the room.  Teacher will not let you use the hall pass to go to your car.  Only one person at a time will use the hall pass. This includes using the bathroom. STUDENTS LEAVING THE CLASSROOM

23  The best time for bathroom use is between each class period.  You should not leave class to use the bathroom unless it is truly necessary.  You must get permission from the teacher without disrupting the class.  Only one person at a time will be excused to use the bathroom. BATHROOM USE


25  You may smile and you may say hello if it is appropriate and it does not disrupt the class.  Continue to work in class as you normally would.  Remember to make a good impression for visitors. We want to impress them. CLASSROOM VISITOR

26  Be polite and respectful. The teacher is a guest and we want to make a good impression.  Continue to work in class as you normally would.  Remember, we want to impress all visitors in our classroom. SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

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