Behavioral Expectations and Grading System


BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS

(MRS. PATRICIA L. VELASCO)

 

CLASSROOM RULES: To achieve our subject goals, the following are the sets of rules which will be in effect at all times inside the classroom. Rules may sound strict but it is for the students’ welfare.

1.      BE READY AT ALL TIMES.

a.      Come on time.

b.      Bring all the required materials.

c.      Attend to personal necessities before coming to class.

2.      RESPECT OTHERS AS YOU RESPECT YOURSELF.

a.      Keep your hands/feet to yourself.

b.      One person speaks at a time.

3.      FOLLOW TEACHER’S INSTRUCTION THE FIRST TIME.

a.      Listen.

b.      Ask (if there is an inquiry).

c.      Do the task.

d.      Turn in all worksheets (if any).

4.      BATHROOM PASSES (may or may not applied to)

a.      medical reasons (medical letter required)

b.      urgent cases

c.      should sign in to the teacher’s logbook.

5.      FOLLOW ALL WCPS AND GHS RULES.

Please refer to student’s handbook.

CONSEQUENCES: Inappropriate classroom behavior and/or failure to comply with classroom rules will result in one or more of the following (depending on the intensity of the offense).

1.      Verbal or written reprimand

2.      After school detention

3.      Loss of privileges

4.      Parent consultation/conference

5.      Administrative referral

REWARDS: Students will be awarded with “BONUS CHIPS” for adhering to the rules and/or doing some good act. Bonus chips are convertible to the following classroom grades:

Number of chips

Privileges

           1

Free from 1 recitation/participation

           3

Bonus point in lecture notebook

           5

Free from 1 homework

     10/15/20

Free from 1 class written activity

GRADING SYSTEM
25% Test
15% Quiz
20% Project
20% Labwork
10% Notebook
10% Homework/Classwork


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