Study Skills Classroom Rules

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Study Skills Classroom Rules

Post  mpadfield on Tue Oct 30, 2007 2:08 pm

Study Skills 2007 2008
New Class Rules (Revised 9/21/2007)


1. Students will NOT have missing assignments. If you fail to turn in an assignment, you will still be completing the work before any liberties are granted in Study Skills. You will contact the teacher and explain that you made a mistake and would like the opportunity to make up the assignment. Even if you will not be awarded credit, you will still turn in the assignment to the teacher along with a simple form that indicates he/she has received the missing work. Once that form is returned to me, that particular assignment will no longer count against you. If you have any missing assignments, you will not be allowed to talk to other classmates or get out of your seat.

2. Students will NOT be afraid to request help. I will be keeping an eye on your grades, but once they are entered, there is little I can do to help. You must take it upon yourself to come to me if you need extra help for an upcoming assignment, quiz, or test. I will be more than happy to help you, but it is up to you to let me know what is happening.

3. Planners will be filled out. It is imperative that you be organized to succeed in school and life. So, you will utilize your planners and points will be given sporadically for this. An example of how it should be filled out is below:
Study Skills No homework
Math pg. 126, 1-24 evens, 25, 26, 29
History Finish taking notes over Ch3, Study guide questions
Foods No homework
Weight Training No homework
English Rd pgs 39 51 in text, make plot diagram for story
Science Wksht questions, complete post-lab questions


4. Students will NOT waste their time. Study Skills is a class that is designed to help you keep your head above water. You will be allowed to relax a bit once you have proven to both yourself and to me, that you can handle your class work on your own terms. However, you will be expected to be reading, studying, or working on your homework a vast majority of the time.

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