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WELCOME to the 2015-2016 school year!

I am so excited to see those of you who are returning and to get to know the rest of you. Please note that we will be heavily utilizing email as our main source of online communication in this class. I send out a weekly syllabus every Monday that includes the homework, classwork, and important due dates for the week.Our literacy program is called SSR.  SSR (Self-Selected Reading) books are chosen by each student and approved by me. Parents always have the right to veto your selection if you have chosen a book that they believe is inappropriate. I also reserve the right veto your selection if I believe you need to choose a higher (or lower) level book.  Assignments and projects will be required weekly and quarterly. Below I have included some class supplies that students should bring with them on the first day, and some behavioral guidelines.

SUPPLIES

  1. CAN DO attitude!
  2. One binder
  3. Five dividers
  4. One USB
  5. Filler Paper
  6. Writing Utensils (blue or black pens or pencils…please do not write in other colors)
  7. An active email address (this is one of our main sources of communication and you will need to access it once a week)
  8. Access to the internet. If you do not have a computer at home, the Media Center is open before and after school; please take advantage of this. All handouts, notes, and writing samples should be kept in your binder at all times.

English IV students will also need to purchase the book The Least You Should Know about English: Writing Skills, Form A by Paige Wilson. They should have this book no later than August 20, 2015. Please look at Amazon and Ebay for slightly used copies at a cheaper price.

ISBN- 13: 978-0495906339 ISBN-10: 0495906336

TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN ENGLISH:

  1. Be an active participant in your learning (come prepared having done the homework, listen, and respond thoughtfully during class discussions).
  2. Respect everyone in the room.
  3. Understand the concept behind Digital Citizenship
  4. Recognize and abide by all online learning rules
  5. NEVER plagiarize (take someone's work as you own). If you have a friend do your homework for you or you copy and paste something offline without citing it as a source, you will receive a zero for the assignment and a referral. At the University level, plagiarism is cause for expulsion, so learn the lesson early and do your own work.
  6. Be accountable and responsible for your thoughts, words, and actions.
  7. You are entitled to an education and an opportunity; now take it and make the most of it. Grades are not handed out, they are earned.

If you ever have any questions or concerns, please never hesitate to email me. You may call me during my planning period if there is something you do not wish to discuss in email, I just ask that you please do so during my planning period or after school.


I look forward to working with each of you and am so excited to get things going this year!

All the best,
Mrs. Brianna Smith, M.Ed
English III & English IV

Contact: Brianna.Teague@tvcs.org

PDF documents
English III Syllabus - English III Syllabus
English IV Syllabus - English IV Syllabus
Summer Reading Rubric -

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