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Weebly!

For those of you who have not yet been to the weebly site please do so. We use this instead of Moodle. Here you will be able to find updates with all the class information, syllabi, and explanations of class procedures, should they change. This is also where students go to complete online assignments and where rubrics are posted. 

www.missteagueclass.weebly.com

Password: TVCHSenglish238

October 6, 2014- End of Term One and Other Notices

Please be advised that Book Reports and SSR Projects were due today! These are the last two grades that will be entered for Term 1 and each is worth 100 points. Emails have been sent out every week containing all of this information, rubrics were given out in class, it was up on the board, you have been given time in class, and we have discussed it; therefore, there are no excuses for late or incomplete work.

This week, due to FCAT retakes, things will be a little different in the Junior classes. Those students who are taking FCAT tomorrow and Wednesday will need to complete the assignment on their own and email it to me by 11:59pm this Saturday. Please follow the directions below:

  1. Go to the weebly site.
  2. Hover over English 3 until you see the drop down list. (If this does not pop up, refresh the page).
  3. Hover over Lecture notes.
  4. Click on Unit 2: The Puritans
  5. Complete the Webquest listed at the top of the page. Follow the directions provided for you on the document.
  6. Email answers to Ms. Teague by 11:59pm this Saturday.

WELCOME to the 2014-2015 school year!

 I am so excited to get to know all of you. Please note that we will be heavily utilizing Moodle (more information to come later), and it would be very helpful for all students and parents to have an email address. I send out a weekly syllabus every Monday that includes the homework, classwork, and important due dates for the week. This information will also be uploaded on the class Weebly site.Our Literacy program is called SSR.  SSR (Self-Selected Reading) books are chosen by each student and approved by me.  If your parents have questions about your selection, they should ask you first, then, if you need to switch books, let me know.  Parents always have the right to veto your selection if you have chosen a book that they believe is inappropriate.  Teachers also have the right veto your selection if she believes you need to choose a higher (or lower) level book.  Assignments and projects will be required weekly and quarterly.  More details can be found on the Weebly page. 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. Fifteen 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. Some assignments will be given online and due to the lack of printer the majority of your handouts will be uploaded to this website. If for some reason you cannot print something, please let me know and I will print it off for you. All handouts, notes, and writing samples should be kept in your binder at all times.

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,
Miss Teague

Contact: Brianna.Teague@tvcs.org

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