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Title: Welcome to ATC World History


1
Welcome to ATC- World History
Mr. Spivey A212
2
Classroom Rules
  • Show respect to everyone.
  • Be seated before the bell rings.
  • Arrive to class prepared everyday.
  • No food or drinks in the technology classroom.

3
When you arrive
  • Be respectful.
  • Be in your seat before the bell rings.
  • Copy your homework into your student handbook.
  • Pay close attention to the Do Now part of the
    lesson.
  • Work on your daily Tapped In replies online.

4
Tapped In Online Activities
  • Will be completed each day in World History.
  • You will reply to the message board reply that I
    have given you.
  • These replies will be graded at anytime, so you
    must keep them current.
  • Make up replies can be completed during Seminar.

5
Tardies
  • Being on time is an essential life skill.
  • Make arrangements to avoid being tardy.
  • Take care of your personal business before class.
  • 3 tardies detention
  • 4 tardies referral
  • 6 tardies Saturday detention

6
Homework
  • Will be collected at the beginning of the period.

Completed classroom notes 50
Completed homework 50
  • Must include all notes taken from classroom
    discussion. (50 rule)
  • Must have name clearly written on it. (0 rule)

7
Quality Work
  • I do not accept incomplete assignments.
  • Homework and Projects that receive less than 60
    of the points will constitute a lack of effort
    and factor in for Effort Warning and Effort
    Suspension status in this class.

8
Leaving your Seat
  • Raise your hand before leaving your seat.
  • Do not ask to leave the classroom.
  • Do not ask to have your assigned seat changed.

9
Forbidden items in the classroom
  • Food and candy
  • Drinks
  • Gum
  • Touching Blinds
  • Touching Monitors
  • Taking Green World History Textbooks out of the
    classroom.

10
World History Highlights
  • During the 1st Quarter we will cover the earliest
    civilizations including
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient Greece
  • Ancient Rome
  • Activities Completed will include
  • Archaeology Project
  • Ancient Worlds Fair Exhibit

11
2nd Quarter
  • During the 2nd Quarter we will be covering the
    following time periods
  • Middle Ages Europe
  • Early Renaissance
  • Early Africans
  • Early Americans
  • Activities Completed will include
  • Magna Carta Comic Strip
  • Period of Change Project

12
3rd Quarter
  • During this month we will be covering the
    following time periods
  • Age of Exploration
  • Growth of Early Democracies
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Activities Completed will include
  • M.A.P. Madness Begins
  • This Day in History
  • Meeting of the Minds

13
4th Quarter
  • During this month we will be covering the
    following historical events
  • World War I and II
  • The Great Depression
  • The Post War Era
  • Activities completed will include
  • Trench Journal
  • Most Significant People Webpage

14
Turning in Assignments
Suzie Student August 26, 2005 Period A2
  • Make sure you have your name, date, and class
    period on everything you turn in.
  • Do not use red ink.
  • Late work is not accepted
  • Make-up work is not given.

15
When you are absent
  • Come see me during Seminar period to get the
    assignment and notes that you missed.
  • If you are absent one day, then you have one day
    to make up your work in my class.
  • Remember 10 unexcused or 15 total absences will
    result in failure of any class.

16
What you need to bring EVERYDAY!
  • Your textbook
  • Your student handbook
  • Something to write with.
  • Paper or notebook
  • Folder
  • 3 ½ inch floppy disk
  • Your Student I.D.

17
How grades are figured.
  • Approximately 70 of your grade is based upon the
    number of points you accumulate through
    assignments, tests, and projects.

18
Participation
  • Approximately 30 of your grade is a class
    participation grade based on your attendance,
    attention to teacher, organization of your
    handbook, daily Tapped In online replies and
    involvement in class discussions and activities.

19
Thinkwave
  • You receive a code which allows you to set up a
    login name and password.
  • You can instantly check your grade and attendance
    online.
  • Login at home, or next time in class.

20
Progress Profile
  • Keeping track of your grade is your
    responsibility.
  • All returned assignments will include points
    earned and points possible.
  • Keep all work returned to you.

21
Extra Credit
  • I give extra credit assignments only once per
    quarter.
  • Can also be earned through attendance at Study
    Sessions (the day before each chapter test).

22
Effort Warning
  • Turn in 80 of your assignments over a 5-week
    period (QUALITY WORK)
  • You must give your best effort every day(staying
    awake, paying attention, being prepared, etc.)
  • If you have not met these requirements you will
    be placed on effort warning

23
Effort Suspension
  • Inability to turn in 80 of assignments over 2
    consecutive 5-week periods (QUALITY WORK)
  • Inability to be prepared for class 80 of the
    time for 2 cons. 5-week periods
  • As a result you cannot play sports or
    participate/attend any school sponsored
    activities. (for two classes)

24
Fire Drills
  • Signal is a continuous ringing of fire bells.
  • Keep all personal belongings in the classroom.
  • Stay calm
  • Turn left and head for the Upper A parking lot.

25
Tornado Drills
  • Signal is a high and low tone over the speaker.
  • Calmly exit into the hallway.
  • Position yourself kneeling along the walls of the
    hallway.
  • Cover your head.

26
Intercom Messages
  • Pay attention to all messages over the intercom.
  • Daily announcements are meant to be heard by the
    entire student body.

27
Seminar Visits
  • Do NOT come to my class without something to work
    on.
  • You are NOT allowed to come to my classroom to
    work on assignments for other classes.
  • Get in, Get out, Get going.

28
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
  • Tips on how to maintain computer privileges
    throughout the school year.

29
What is an Acceptable Use Policy?
  • An explanation of the classroom, school, and
    district policies on using the Internet
  • A description of the purpose of the Internet in
    this classroom
  • A description of how I expect you to treat the
    computers in the classroom
  • An agreement between you and the school district

30
The internet is NOT to be used for
  • Pornographic sites
  • Chat rooms
  • Checking e-mail
  • Inappropriate text files
  • Harassing other students
  • Hate mail
  • Discriminatory remarks
  • Viewing sites other than ones that I have
    directed you to

31
The internet IS to be used for
  • Making school work more fun
  • Putting you in charge of your own learning
  • Allowing you to explore ideas from around the
    world
  • Making school more meaningful for you
  • Increasing your academic achievement

32
Consequences of Violating AUP
  • Loss of Computer privileges.
  • Failure of current assignment.
  • Parental contact.
  • Student referred to the Deans office.
  • Removal from technology classroom.

33
Treatment of Computers
  • Do not tamper with equipment
  • The computers are not yours or mine.
  • Do not alter programs in any way
  • Do not install new programs without authorization
    from me
  • Do not touch the monitors

34
Keys to Success in World History
  • Hard Work
  • Respect

35
Lunch Schedule (A-Days)
  • 1st Lunch (1100-1125) Dubose, Gaeta, Green,
    Keyes, Ludbrook, Penn, Sonntag, Williams,
    Wingrove
  • 2nd Lunch (1130-1155) Atchisson, Bantz, M.
    Carter, Chittakhone, Fox, Gibson, Harris, Hazel,
    Kathriner, Mathieu, Tippins
  • 3rd Lunch (1215-1240) Griffin, Harper, McGowan,
    R. Robinson, Ross, Scott, Spivey, Wallace, Wilkes
  • 4th Lunch (1245- 110) R. Carter, Halski, Hash,
    Head, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Kelch, Mahaffy,
    Stanfield

36
Lunch Schedule (B-Days)
  • 1st Lunch (1100-1125) Dubose, Gaeta, Hayes,
    Jewell, Keyes, Krakauskas, Ludbrook, Penn,
    Sonntag, Williams
  • 2nd Lunch (1130-1155) Atchisson, Chittakhone,
    Fox, Gibson, Harris, Hazel, K. Haynes, Mathieu,
    Scott, Tippins
  • 3rd Lunch (1215-1240) Batchelor, Borgstadt,
    Bryan, Griffin, Harper, McQuerrey, R. Robinson,
    Wallace, Watson
  • 4th Lunch (1245-110) R. Carter, Head, Jackson,
    Jansen, Johnson, Jones, Kelch, Moore, Ryan,
    Wibben, Wingrove
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