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					    Welcome to
    Ms. Moody’s
     Classroom

Room 110
Business and Computers Department
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     Am I in the right room?
• Business and
  Computer
  Room 110
• Ms. Moody’s
  Room



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           Where do I sit?
• Seating charts
  are posted on
  the wall by the
  clock.




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           Who is Ms. Moody?

•   Beginning 13th Year at South Shelby
•   FBLA Adviser
•   HS Newspaper and Yearbook Adviser
•   School Website Webmaster
•   Graduated from Salisbury High School, UCM at
    Warrensburg with Bachelor’s Degree in
    Business Education, and Masters’ Degree from
    NWMSU at Maryville in Teaching: Instructional
    Technology.
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A few of my favorite things…




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Welcome to
Ms. Moody’s
 Classroom
Student Expectations

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 What are the expectations in
      this classroom?
• Expectations
  are posted on
  the window
  and given to
  you during the
  first week of
  school.

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      Student Expectation #1
Regular Attendance:
• Be here and prepared to stay in the classroom the
  whole hour.
• Be in your assigned seat daily at a computer or
  table and work on bell work when the tardy bell
  rings.
• If you are not in your seat when the tardy bell
  rings, you will be counted tardy.
• Tardies are three tardies per quarter in all classes.
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• First Hour Desktop Publishing
  – August 18, 2010
• Bell Work
  – Sit at tables
  – Write in notebook your answer to the
    following question: What ideas have you
    seen in a newspaper layout you would
    like to implement?

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      Student Expectation #2
Respect Each Other and the Technology:
• Respect the ideas of others. Inappropriate
  language is not permitted.
• No electronic devices of any kind are allowed.
• No candy, food, gum, or any kind of drinks.
• Internet use only with permission.
• All materials are to be put away in their proper
  place at the end of class.
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     Student Expectation #3
Complete Assignments Correctly, Accurately,
  and On Time:
• Absent for a school approved activity or not
• Absent due to extracurricular activities
• When you are caught cheating, the person who
  cheated and the person you cheated from will
  receive a score of zero on the assignments.



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     Student Expectation #4
Follow the school handbook:
• Follow the South Shelby student
  handbook.
• Follow the CardinalNet contract.




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      CardinalNET Contract
• Use of the school’s technology is to
  promote educational excellence.
• You will not
  – download any software, transmit or receive
    any material in violation of any law, attach to
    any piece of equipment without permission,
    use chat rooms/messenger programs, reveal
    your or other’s passwords, etc.
• Use of your login account is a privilege,       13
  not a right!
    Following the Guidelines
• Verbal acknowledgement
• Stress free learning environment
• A pleasant and orderly classroom
  environment




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 Not Following the Guidelines
• Consequence #1: Warning and Infraction
  Notice
• Consequence #2: Infraction Notice and
  Parent Contacted
• Consequence #3: Infraction Notice,
  Parent Contacted and 30 Minute
  Detention
• Consequence #4: Sent to office
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   Guideline Infraction Notice
• Read it, Sign it, and Turn into me before
  you leave class




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       Extreme Violation of
            Guidelines
• Any student who…
  – uses profanity,
  – fights,
  – damages school property (this includes the
       property of the teachers and other
       students), or
  – is disrespectful (as defined by the teacher)

    You will be sent to the office IMMEDIATELY.   17
Welcome to
Ms. Moody’s
 Classroom
  Procedures

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 Why do we have procedures?
• Procedures are the ways we do things.
• So, to be successful in learning, we need to
  follow simple procedures.




                                                 19
      Responding to Natural
            Disaster
• All procedures are posted at both doors.
• Follow procedures calmly and quickly.
  –   Fire
  –   Tornado
  –   Earthquake
  –   Hazardous Material




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  Entering and Leaving the
         Classroom
• Enter the classroom appropriately and on time.
• Get materials if needed.
• Sit in assigned seat and begin working on bell
  work.
• Read smartboard for day’s activities.
• Before leaving the room, put up all materials,
  clean up work area, push in chair, and calmly
  leave the room.
• The bell does NOT dismiss you, I do.
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        When You are Tardy
• You are tardy if you are not in your assigned seat
  working on the bell work.
• Excused Tardy: Place the note on my desk. Have a
  seat, take out your materials and catch up to
  where the class is.
• Unexcused Tardy: You will be marked tardy on the
  attendance program. Have a seat, take out your
  materials, and catch up to where the class is.



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      Location of Materials
• In Boxes on top bookshelf.
• Stapler, tape, Kleenexes, and three hole punch
  on second bookshelf.
• Keyboard covers and book stands on second
  bookshelf.
• Textbooks are on bottom bookshelves.
• Drawers for Mass Media class are in the back
  room.

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         Use of Materials
• If you have forgotten your materials, look
  on the second shelf.
• Before the bell rings or wait until
  instructions have been given to get your
  materials.
• If you need to check out materials, sign
  sheet on second shelf and sign materials
  in when you return them.
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       During Instruction
• Listen to the teacher with your full
  attention.
• No pencil sharpening, talking, or
  whispering.
• Ask permission to speak by raising your
  hand.
• Ask questions related to the subject.
  Write down your other questions and ask
  them at a later time.                   25
     While You are Working
• Make sure you read or listen to directions and that you
  understand them.
• If you are unsure, ask for help from students sitting
  near you. If they also don’t understand, ask the teacher
  to explain.
• If you are asked for help, be polite, kind, and offer your
  best without giving away the answer.
• Talking to each other should be no louder than a
  whisper.
• Use your time wisely. Put forth your best effort to finish
  your work on time.
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       Headings on Papers
• Write on hand written assignments. All printed
  assignments use Header/Footer or Text box in
  all programs except Access. Not available in
  Access.
• Name at left, class hour in the center, and name
  of lesson/assignment at the right.




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    Getting Your Attention
• I will say “Ladies and Gentlemen.”
• Or I will say “Screens Off.”
• Once everyone is quiet, I will begin to
  speak.
• The quicker you respond, the quicker you
  can get back to work!


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  Student Responsibility Card
• For the student
  who does not
  have their
  homework to
  turn in:
• Fill it out
• Sign and date it
• Turn it into the
  tray                          29
    When You Finish Early
What do I do next?
• Work on this class’s ongoing project.
• Work on missing assignments.
• Work on other class’s homework you brought
  with you.
• If no other homework, work ahead on this
  class’s assignments.
• If no other homework, you may NOT be on the
  Internet.
• Work until the bell rings or I dismiss you. 30
        Special Procedures
•   Suddenly Ill
•   Asking a Question
•   Intercom
•   Visitors
•   Teacher Out of Room
•   Your Grades

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               Manners
        Important words to use in class:

• “Good Morning” • “You’re
• “Please”         Welcome”
• “May I”        • “Excuse Me”
• “Thank You”    • “Ms.”
                 • “Great Job!”
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        Grades are Money
• Average lifetime earnings for a student who
  does not finish high school: $936,000
• Average lifetime earnings for a student who
  does finish high school: $1,216,000
• A high school diploma is worth $280,000.
• Four year of high school: 700 days
• Students are “paid” $280,000 for 700 days.
• Students earn $400 per day.
• Students earn $66.67 per day per class.

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 HS Computer Applications
• Course Description: learn features of
  Microsoft Word and Access first semester
• Learn Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher
  second semester
• Course Rationale: useful for high school,
  college and on the job
• Activities/Grading Procedures: lessons,
  assignments, projects
• Schedule of Subject Matter
• Student Expectations                        34
    HS Computer Applications
•   Second shelf, In Boxes, Textbooks
•   T drive folder/Homework website
•   May work ahead
•   No Internet
•   Tests have written and performance
    portions.

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              Mass Media
• Course Description: yearbook and sports
  programs
• Course Rationale: leave a record of the school
  year
• Course Objectives
• Activities/Grading Procedures: yearbook, photo
  and more assignments based on total points
• Schedule of Subject Matter
• Student Expectations
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               Mass Media
•   Second shelf and In Boxes
•   Drawers and Staff Manuals
•   T drive folder/Homework website
•   PHOTOS
•   DEADLINES
•   Last Year’s Yearbook Distribution
•   Student Walsworth Workshop in Macon
•   Ad Sales Day—DATE
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               Accounting I
• Course Description: learn accounting concepts to
  better calculate financial information of a business
• Course Rationale: useful for any business degree
  and running your own business
• Activities/Grading Procedures: lessons,
  applications, reinforcement activities, simulations
• Schedule of Subject Matter
• Student Expectations

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             Accounting I
•   Second shelf and In Box
•   T drive folder/Homework website.
•   Calculator on computer.
•   Excel for workbook pages




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        Desktop Publishing
• Course Description: newspaper
• Course Rationale: leave a record of the school
  year
• Course Objectives
• Activities/Grading Procedures: newspaper articles
  and more assignments based on total points
• Schedule of Subject Matter
• Student Expectations
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        Desktop Publishing
•   In Boxes, Second shelf, and Textbooks
•   T drive folder/Homework website
•   May work ahead
•   No Internet
•   Tests throughout the year.



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 MS Computer Applications
• Course Description: learn features of
  Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
• Course Rationale: useful for high school,
  college and on the job
• Activities/Grading Procedures: lessons,
  assignments, projects
• Schedule of Subject Matter
• Student Expectations

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    MS Computer Applications
•   Second shelf, In Boxes, Textbooks
•   T drive folder/Homework website
•   May work ahead
•   No Internet
•   Tests have written and performance
    portions.

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 Eighth Grade Keyboarding
• Course Description: learn proper
  keyboarding technique and basic document
  formatting
• Course Rationale: useful for high school,
  college and on the job
• Activities/Grading Procedures: lessons,
  assignments, projects
• Schedule of Subject Matter
• Student Expectations                      44
    Eighth Grade Keyboarding
•   Second shelf, In Boxes, Textbooks
•   T drive folder/Homework website
•   May work ahead
•   No Internet
•   Tests have written and performance
    portions.

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    Review Basic Computer
          Functions
• Log In
• Open My Computer, Set up folders
• Open programs
• Save, Close, Open, Page Setup, and Print
  files
• Window Menu between documents
• Multitasking
• Logging off or Shutting down               46
    First Assignment: Sign
           Syllabus
• You and your parents sign the syllabus for
  extra credit.
• Turn in on Monday, August 23, during the
  hour you have class with me.




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South Shelby FBLA
       Join Today!
Anyone and Everyone can join!

  Just $12 by September 22
      Fun Week
     August 23-27
Food every Fourth Hour



TODAY Chapter Meeting
       Remember…
Do your best at everything
you do.

Have an awesome year!

            Ms. Moody
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 Fourth Hour Academic Lab

• On Time
• Working
• Quiet
• Consequences


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