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Course expectations

Course Expectations

Miss Pokorak

Learning Support Center

2019-2020

 

Class Description:

 

Learning Support Center is a class in which students with an IEP or 504 plan are provided additional support. During this time students are provided with homework help, testing accommodations, pre-teaching /re-teaching of coursework, individualized instruction to meet the needs indicated on their IEP or 504 plan as well as strategies to understand and access their own learning processes. This class is designed to help your student become a more independent, intrinsically motivated learner, through the instruction and services mentioned above.

 

Expectations of the student:

 

  • Students will come to class prepared each a everyday- including homework, homework questions, all class materials- i.e. pen, pencil, paper, etc.

  • Students will raise their hand when they would like to speak or contribute to a class discussion

  • Students will always show respect for all members of the classroom community, in or outside of the classroom

  • Students will always try their hardest on each and every assignment

  • Student will remember that working quickly and working hard are two completely different concepts

  • Students will not be permitted to have ANY electronic devices other than a e-reader or devices provided by the teacher with them in the classroom

  • Students must arrive to class on time or they will be marked tardy (If the student is tardy three times the student will be written up)

  • Students will follow all school rules as written in the student handbook at all times

 

                



“You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however.” ~ Richard David Bach


 

Course Expectations

Miss Pokorak

English Language Arts

2019-2020

 

Class Description:

 

In this class, students will continue to develop as readers, writers, and thinkers through the study of literature and informational texts.  We will read and analyze both fiction and non-fiction texts. We will engage in several forms of writing, including but not limited to, short responses, extended responses, creative writing and research. We will work to improve upon reading and writing skills and strategies using a variety of materials.

 

Expectations of the student:

 

  • Students will come to class prepared each a everyday

  • Students will raise their hand when they would like to speak or contribute to a class discussion

  • Students will always show respect for all members of the classroom community, in or outside of the classroom

  • Students will always try their hardest on each and every assignment

  • Student will remember that working quickly and working hard are two completely different concepts

  • Students will not be permitted to use electronic devices without permission from an adult in the classroom.

  • Students must arrive to class on time or they will be marked tardy

  • Students will follow all school rules as written in the student handbook at all times

 

                

Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.

Franklin D. Roosevelt


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