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Mrs. Lutz

Mrs. Lutz's Classroom Expectations

Welcome to English I, English II Keystone, and English IV

2020-2021 Virtual Learning 

 

phone building: 570-348-3616
Google Voice: 570-880-0097
 
Remind:
text @ddgf62h to 81010
 

Google Classroom:

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Period ⅞ English I 3q34acm

 

Period 9 English II Keystone

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Welcome to our new 2020-2021 Virtual Learning School Year!

This is a new adventure for all of us. We will be learning together as we go. Please reach out to me with questions and concerns. I am happy to help. We will work together to have a successful year. 

 

Virtual Expectations:

-students must log in daily to the Google Classroom page

-students must complete the daily/weekly assignments posted in Google Classroom and APEX as instructed

-students must participate in Google Meet instruction periods 

-students must complete the daily bellringer assignment in Google classroom (counts for daily participation grade) 

 

 

 

Objectives: The students will be able to…

-read, understand, and identify the elements of a selected genre/work of literature

-respond to literature using details from the text to support ideas and make literary connections

-demonstrate how literary works reflect the historical contexts that shaped them

-evaluate a literary selection

-understand and apply new vocabulary terms

-understand and apply literary terms

-practice and apply grammar and usage rules in writing

-develop well-constructed written responses that include thesis, supporting details/examples, and conclusion

 

Materials Needed:

One subject notebook

Two pocket folder

Writing utensils

 

Grading:

Tests 30%

Quizzes 20%

Writing 10%

Class participation 40%

Class Participation:

Class participation is an extremely important factor to being successful in English. Class work, board work, homework completion, daily materials preparation, remaining on task, respectful behavior and following directions are all factors of the class participation grade. Students start with a 100% for class participation. Points are deducted for not meeting the participation expectations. Students receive a mid-quarter and quarter participation grade. Once daily participation points are deducted, they cannot be earned back for the quarter. Participation points reset at 100% each quarter.

Daily Bell-ringer:

Students will be provided with a bell-ringer notebook. This notebook does NOT leave the classroom. Students are expected to enter the classroom at the beginning of the period, get his/her bell-ringer notebook from the assigned class basket, sit down quietly and begin the bell-ringer task on the board. Students must keep bell-ringer notebook open and be ready to go over the problem at the beginning of class. Students must return the bell-ringer notebook to the assigned class basket at the END of the period. Students may not get up in the middle of class to return notebook.

Behavior Expectations:

 

Students must have a school pass to leave the classroom. Students must sign out legibly in the sign-out book with date, name, place and time.

 

Students must come prepared with a writing utensil.

 

Students must respect themselves, peers, teachers, staff, administration, and school property at all times.

 

Electronic devices MUST be turned off, put away, and not visible/audible for the class period.

 
contact information:
 
phone building: 570-348-3616
Google Voice: 570-880-0097
 
Remind:
text @ddgf62h to 81010

 

Google Classroom:

Period 2 English IV jdoqbzp

 

Period ⅘ English I fddxmnw

 

Period ⅞ English I 3q34acm

 

Period 9 English II Keystone

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Period 10 English II Keystone

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English I Learning Support
English II Keystone Learning Support
English IV Learning Support