Classroom Constitution

 

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           Classroom Constitution /Ms. Worsham

         eworsham@barnegatschools.com

“There is a brilliant child inside every student.” Marva Collins


Article I Original (550 × 545)

Curriculum to be Covered           

  • Revolutionary War Review                                                                                  

  • The Beginnings of American identity

  • Citizenship and the Constitution

  • Confederation to Constitution

  • Launching a new nation

  • The Jackson Era

  • Indian Removal

  • Western Expansion

  • The Industrial Revolution

  • Freedom's road to slavery

  • Cultural and Political movements

  • A Divided Nation/Civil War

  • Reconstruction





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Classroom Rules

  • Respect each other

  • Listen attentively to peers and teachers/follow directions

  • Raise your hand to ask or answer questions

  • Be prepared for class and on time

  • Most commonly adhere to the rule of using bathroom facilities at the beginning of class or 5 minutes before the end of the period.  Sign out is required.


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Required Materials

  • 1 to 1 ½ inch binder with pocket to hold journal

  • 4 dividers

    • grade tracking sheet/classroom rules

    • Do Now

    • class notes/vocabulary

    • homework

  • Pen/pencil

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  • Highlighter

  • Positive attitude

  • Agenda book


Article IV

Homework

  • Complete homework on a timely basis.

  • Missed assignments (due to absence) can be found in assignment drawers.

  • Use your agenda book to copy down homework assignments.

  • Check website for missed assignments due to absence.

  • Projects and reports will lose 5 points each when handed in late.

It is the student's’ responsibility to make up missed work!!



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Grading

  • 50% tests/projects

  • 30% quizzes

  • 10% homework

  • 10% participation



Student’s signature ___________________________________________ Date _____________


Parent/Guardian signature _____________________________________  Date _____________


  • Communication is a key tool to success, parent/guardian communication is welcomed.


  • Please visit my website for important events and homework assignments.


Ms. Worsham