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    English Second Language (ESL): Classroom Rules and Procedures

    • Miss Rosa

    • Room 125

    Welcome to ESL! It will be an exciting and rewarding year. Please take the time to review all classroom rules and procedures. This packet will help to ensure you have a successful year. J

    Requirements for class:

    You must bring the following to class EVERYDAY:

    1. Notebook – Binder

    2. Pen or Pencil

    3. Completed homework assignment

    4. A positive and energetic attitude! J

     

    Classroom Rules:

    1. All school rules apply in this classroom: Respect yourself, Respect others, Respect school rules, policies, and procedures. Refer to the Student Handbook for any questions.

    2. Be ON TIME and PREPARED for class. Must bring notebook, pen/pencil, and any homework that is due. You will not be permitted to go to your locker for class materials.

    3. RESPECT:

      1. Your teacher – Raise your hand especially when teacher is talking, do not use profanity, and be courtesy.

      2. Your classmates - Bullying will not be tolerated. No name calling or any negative comments towards each other during class and school hours. Treat others the way you want to be treated. J

      3. Your classroom – Do not write on the desks, leave trash on the floor, damage any property within the classroom, and do not touch what is not yours.

    4. No food or drink allowed in class.

    5. NO CELLPHONES allowed in class. Leave the in your lockers or your backpacks. They are not to be placed on top of the desk or where the teacher can see (unless instructed by the teacher). 

    6. A school uniform is required to enter the classroom. Safe School will be notified of any uniform infractions.

    Classroom Procedures:

    1. Arrive on time to class. Enter the classroom quietly and calmly. Upon entering the classroom, sit in your assigned seat and take out your homework and notebook.

    2. Start the DO NOW activity that will be located on the board.

    3. Each day there will be an OBJECTIVE, AGENDA, and HOMEWORK written on the board. Make sure to you know the objective for the day!

    4. All work must have your name, date, period, and assignment description.

    5. Any class work completed during class will be handed in at the end of class. If not turned in, student will receive a zero for the work.

    Homework and Late Work:

    1. Homework is important because it helps you to review important concepts learned in class and helps you to check for your understanding. Homework will be posted on the board each day.

    2. You will receive partial credit for late work. (50% loss after 1 day)

    3. Do not rely on Cut Off dates for making up missed homework assignments.

    Attendance Policy (absences/tardiness):

    1. Students who reach 16 unexcused absences in any course will be awarded NO CREDIT for that course.

    2. Any student that attains 5 unexcused daily absences in any one marking period will be placed into no credit status in all classes in his or her schedule. 

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    4. Cutting class is a serious issue. If you skipped class, a discipline referral will be written for each offense and a phone call home will be made.

    Universal Grading Policy:

    The grade you earn in this class is a reflection of the work you do every marking period. It is your responsibility to work hard to receive a good grade!

     

    1. Summative Assessments ------------------------------- 70%

    2. Formative Assessments/ Homework ----------------- 30%

    To: Parent(s) or Guardian(s):

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.

    Teacher Information

    Mrs. Rosa

    ESL Teacher

    Room 125

    Email: rrosa@longbranch.k12.nj.us

    Phone: 732-229-7300