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Premium member Presentation Transcript Welcome Students to Ms. Brown’s Classroom: Room: 106 Subject: 6 th Grade Social Studies 2012-2013 Welcome Students to Ms. Brown’s ClassroomIntroduction: Introduction Hello students, I am Ms. Brown your 6 th grade Social Studies Teacher, it gives me great joy to have you in my class this school year. Before we embark on this great academic journey I want to share with you some of my beliefs so you can get to know me and understand my expectations.My Beliefs: My Beliefs I believe each and every child has the potential to bring something unique and special just not in my class but in world as a whole. I will help each of you to develop their potential by believing in you as capable individuals. I will assist each of you in discovering who you are , so you all can express your own opinions and nurture your own ideas . I will expect my students to understand and utilize their rights for a quality education , and to fulfill their responsibilities to themselves, to me and to each other in our collective efforts to learn and discover . As your teacher, I believe that every student needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my desire as an educator to help students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. By accomplishing this, I will satisfy the need within myself to somehow make a difference in each one of your lives. Now let us all partake in this wonderful world of EDUCATION!Daily Schedule: Daily Schedule Bell-ringer assignment Daily objective and agenda Teacher–instructions/Modeling Student–guided instruction/Practice Assessment/ClosureEntering the classroom: Entering the classroom Enter the room quietly and go directly to your assigned seat. Sharpen pencils if needed before tardy bell rings. Make sure you have all necessary materials for the class. Place your homework assignment on your desk so it is ready to be collected . Read the bell-ringer assignment posted on the board and start working . If you finish the bell-ringer assignment early, work on something else quietly and wait for further instructions.Tardy Procedures: Tardy Procedures Enter the classroom quietly , pick up the daily handouts, and join in the classroom activities with minimal disruption. You must fill out a “ tardy form” justifying the reason for the tardy . T he teacher will deliver the form and you will turn it in by the end of the class period . Constant tardy forms will result in detention, office referral, unexcused absence, etc.During Instruction: During Instruction Listen to the teacher with full attention. Stay in your seat at all times unless you have permission from the teacher. If you have questions or concerns, raise your hand and wait to be recognized by the teacher Ask questions related to the subject. Other questions which are not related to the subject can be asked after instruction. After instruction, make sure you understand the concept. If not, ask questions by mentioning which part you didn’t understand.During Your Classroom Assignments: During Your Classroom Assignments Make sure you read or listen to the directions about your assignments carefully and make sure you understand them. If you don’t understand your assignment, raise your hand and ask the teacher to explain it. Respect your peers and yourself. Use your time wisely by putting forth your best effort to finish your work on time.Group Activities: Group Activities Each student in a cooperative group will have a task which will be assigned by teacher or determined by group members. Example of tasks: - recorder - presenter - materials person - clean up person - encourager - leader–keep group on taskGetting the Class Attention : Getting the Class Attention The teacher will say, “ I need your undivided attention” and I will hold up my hand. When you see my hand you are to 1) stop what you are doing. 2) look at the teacher. 3) raise your hand until the class is silentWalking in the Hall: Walking in the Hall When we are walking in the hall (fire drills , tornado drills, library, outdoors, etc.) Stay with the teacher and do not wander off in. Go quickly and quietly to the destination.Dismissal: Dismissal Remember the bell does not dismiss you the teacher does. Turn in daily work. Put away materials. Make sure desk area is neat and trash is picked up. Once the teacher dismisses you proceed quickly and quietly out the door . Always walk on the right side of the hall with your hands and feet kept to yourself.Absent Procedures: Absent Procedures If you are missing work from an absence; check the folder posted by the bulletin board and retrieve the assignment. Note: Each assignment will have a label with dates on them so you would know what assignment you need to complete. If you still are not aware of the assignment that you need to complete wait until after the teacher introduction of today’s lesson and then raise your hand and wait to be recognize. If you missed a test because of your excused absence, inform the teacher and arrange a time to make up the test after school or during her planning period. You will have until the end of the week to complete your missed work .Homework: Homework You must come to class with all homework completed, when assigned Three(3) times in class will get a call home Fourth(4th) time will result in lunch detention Fifth(5th) time will result in D-Hall after school Sixth(6th) time will result in discipline court referral It is your job to come to class prepared daily. It is your job to get work that was assigned while absent.Classroom Rules: Classroom Rules 1. Follow teacher’s directions. 2. Bring all necessary materials to class. 3. Be polite and courteous to others. 4. Always act and speak in an appropriate way. 5. You must come to class dressed in the appropriate school uniform daily. 6. Stay seated and on task. 7. Do not throw or toss anything. 8. Keep hands, feet and other objects to yourself. 9. No gum, food, or drink allowed, unless the teacher rewards you as an incentive.Consequences: Consequences Verbal warning Seating change Send to buddy room Conference with teacher Call parents Send to office Other: detention, action plan form, RTI referral, behavior contractBathroom Use: Bathroom Use The best time for bathroom use is during passing period. You should not leave class to use the bathroom unless it is truly necessary. You must get permission from the teacher without disrupting class . Only person at a time will use the bathroom.Fire Drill: Fire Drill Exit the room quickly and quietly with the teacher. Exit through south doors. Go the parking lot. Wait until you are called back inside. Walk quickly and quietly back to the classroom. Get seated and quickly return to the classroom task.Tornado Drill: Tornado Drill Exit the room quickly and quietly with the teacher . Take shelter in the hallway with your knees bent and hands over your head . Wait for directions from teacher . When drill is over, quickly return to the learning task.Safety Drill: Safety Drill Teacher locks door . Students stay in the room . Students wait for further instructions . Students return to learning task.Classroom Visitors: Classroom Visitors You may smile and you may say hello if it is appropriate and it does not disturb the class . Continue to work in class as you routinely would . Remember to make a good impression for visitors. We want to amaze them.Recap: Recap Did I miss anything???? (Feel free to voice your questions or concerns at this time)Closing-Now Let the Learning Begin!: Closing- Now Let the Learning Begin! “Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation .” -President John F. Kennedy You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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