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THINGS TO HAVE OUT Name Tent Agenda 3 subject notebook Reading Log AR Book HOMEWORK Reading log filled-out Read 30 minutes Traveling folder Student survey
Library Tomorrow 1.Meet in the library tomorrow 2.You are to be respectful and quiet 3.If Ms. Bohling reports misbehavior to me, it is an automatic lunch detention 4.Need computer password
Student ID Number 1.Do you have yours? 2.You will need this for tomorrow’s library orientation 3.If you do not have it, you need to let me know during the warm-up so that I can give it to you
Agenda 1.Attendance 2.Teacher Announcements 3.Warm-up 4.Practice with literary concepts
Absent? It is your responsibility to check the website!
Fight Song Stand and sing when one of these people come into room
Points Removed for the following: 1.Talking during transitions 2.Calling out without raising your hand 3.Continuing to work or talk when Ms. Kintz begins talking 4.Doodling/writing 5.Making distracting noises
Turn-In System Please turn-in work to the BOTTOM SHELF If LATE, stamp with RED X If ABSENT, stamp with BLUE STAR and write “absent” on top of paper
Daily Reading You are expected to read for 30 minutes Monday through Friday Record time spent reading on a reading log (I will check tomorrow) Signature from parent when finished with a book
Library (AR) Books 1.This is to stay on your desk every day 2.If you forgot yours or don’t have one: grab text book from shelf 3.When finished with any activity in this class, you are required to sit quietly and read 4.Anything else is unacceptable
Marked Down If: You do not answer in complete sentences You do not use detail and elaboration in each response Your response does not show evidence of reflection and thought
Warm-up 1. Try to explain what general means A) Why do you think this a difficult concept to explain or describe? 2. Try to explain what specific means A) Why do you think this is a difficult concept to explain or describe? 3. Explain what the main idea or central idea of a story is? 4. What are supporting details in a story? 5. What is a story’s theme?
Class Work 1. Please do not work ahead 2. If I see you working ahead, I will put a check mark on your paper and take off points 3. If you finish early, please read 4. Nothing we do in here is a race. Work should be done with precision