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									Classroom Expectations
     Arts & Humanities
        Mr. Graham
         Room 212
          Bring to class:
1.   A writing utensil
2.   Notebook
3.   Paper
4.   Homework (if any)
5.   Art supplies (if needed)
6.   Projects (if needed)
              Tardy Policy
   The door will be locked as the bell is
    rung.
   You must be in class before the last
    bell echoes.
   If tardy, you lose the opportunity to
    complete the bell ringer for the day,
    and instead earn a “0” for the bell
    ringer.
                 Absences
   Unexcused absences will result in zeroes
    for all assignments due on the day you
    were absent. You may not make up that
    work.

   Your missed homework will be found on
    my teacher web site.
         Making up Homework
   Homework will be due no later than three
    days after your absence. (Extensions may
    be allowed for extended absences at my
    discretion only with a student/ teacher
    conference before the allotted time for
    make-up work expires.)

   Tests will be made up after school or at a
    time convenient for teacher and student—
    not during class time. You must complete
    the test within five days of your absence.
            Late Work Policy
   No late work will be accepted.
        Leaving the Classroom
   I dismiss you, not the bell.

   You may be allowed to leave the
    classroom only with my permission.

   Emergencies rarely happen.
                 Grading
   You will be able to see your grade at
    least one time per week at my
    discretion.

   Grades will be earned through a 50-
    50 split between “tests” and “class
    work”.
                       Tests
   Projects
    • Occur at the end of units of study
    • Both project and oral presentation are graded.
   Portfolio Final Drafts
    • Must go through at least three drafts or a “0”
      will be earned.
    • No exceptions.
   Unit Tests
    • Occur at the end of units.
    • Multiple choice and Open-ended Response
      questions only.
   Quizzes
    • Occur at least once per week
    • You may use your notes
                   Class Work
Class work is that work done in class. Students may be
  asked to:
    Complete a closing assignment before the bell rings
    Create a scene from a story using crayons, markers,
     paper, and other art supplies
    Complete worksheets
    Some daily class work may be needed to taken
     home.
 Participation

   • Includes
       asking and answering questions in class

       choosing to work responsibly in groups and
        individually, and other work
       bringing all materials to
       following proper classroom procedures.

 Notes
                   Extra Credit
From time to time, students may be given a chance for
  either bonus points or extra credit. These are two
  distinct types of reward.
   • Extra credit is extra work that will be added to a
     student’s totals, but counts as part of his/ her
     homework totals as well. (For example, a student
     receives a mark of 8/10 for extra credit. 8 points
     out of ten will be the extra credit homework grade.)
     Extra credit is given to students who are usually on
     the cusp of academic success, but need a helping
     hand. Working harder than others ensures success.
   • Bonus points are given to students without adding
     an extra assignment. Bonus points are usually
     earned for extraordinary work, cooperation, or
     leadership. Generally speaking, bonus points impact
     a student’s grade more heavily than does extra
     credit.

								
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