MR. GLENN- UNITED STATES HISTORY

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Mr. Glenn

OAKCREST HIGH SCHOOL: SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT

USII

cglenn@gehrhsd.net

Mr. Glenn – UNITED STATES HISTORY 2

            

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: (of the class/teacher)

1)      To be taught the history of our nation with an understanding of how we fit into the greater global experience.

2)      To be in a class environment that will prepare the students for their entry into college or life after high school.

3)      To be taught in a professional manner.

4)      To be treated in a fair and respectful manner.

5)      To have the opportunity to receive any additional instructional support so they may succeed in the classroom.

 

TEACHER EXPECTATIONS: (of the students)

1)      Arrive on time

2)      Be prepared

3)      Participate in class

4)      Complete any and all assigned work

5)      Study and prepare for tests & quizzes

6)      Have an enthusiastic attitude & desire to learn

7)      Respect the class

8)      Adhere to the rules established and clearly posted

 

GRADING:

1)      Class work / Home work

2)      Quizzes

3)      Tests/Projects

4)      Trimester Progess assessment

5)      Daily Grade (participation)

 

END OF THE YEAR GOALS:

1)      Enable the students to have a better perspective of the world around them.

2)      Prepare them for life after high school

3)      Gain a sense of pride and appreciation of this great nation in which we all live.

Mr. Glenn – UNITED STATES HISTORY 2

            

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: (of the class/teacher)

1)      To be taught the history of our nation with an understanding of how we fit into the greater global experience.

2)      To be in a class environment that will prepare the students for their entry into college or life after high school.

3)      To be taught in a professional manner.

4)      To be treated in a fair and respectful manner.

5)      To have the opportunity to receive any additional instructional support so they may succeed in the classroom.

 

TEACHER EXPECTATIONS: (of the students)

1)      Arrive on time

2)      Be prepared

3)      Participate in class

4)      Complete any and all assigned work

5)      Study and prepare for tests & quizzes

6)      Have an enthusiastic attitude & desire to learn

7)      Respect the class

8)      Adhere to the rules established and clearly posted

 

GRADING:

1)      Class work / Home work

2)      Quizzes

3)      Tests

4)      Projects

 

END OF THE YEAR GOALS:

1)      Enable the students to have a better perspective of the world around them.

2)      Prepare them for life after high school

3)      Gain a sense of pride and appreciation of this great nation in which we all live.

Mr. Glenn – UNITED STATES HISTORY 2

            

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: (of the class/teacher)

1)      To be taught the history of our nation with an understanding of how we fit into the greater global experience.

2)      To be in a class environment that will prepare the students for their entry into college or life after high school.

3)      To be taught in a professional manner.

4)      To be treated in a fair and respectful manner.

5)      To have the opportunity to receive any additional instructional support so they may succeed in the classroom.

 

TEACHER EXPECTATIONS: (of the students)

1)      Arrive on time

2)      Be prepared

3)      Participate in class

4)      Complete any and all assigned work

5)      Study and prepare for tests & quizzes

6)      Have an enthusiastic attitude & desire to learn

7)      Respect the class

8)      Adhere to the rules established and clearly posted

 

GRADING:

1)      Class work / Home work

2)      Quizzes

3)      Tests

4)      Projects

 

END OF THE YEAR GOALS:

1)      Enable the students to have a better perspective of the world around them.

2)      Prepare them for life after high school

3)      Gain a sense of pride and appreciation of this great nation in which we all live.

Mr. Glenn – UNITED STATES HISTORY 2

            

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: (of the class/teacher)

1)      To be taught the history of our nation with an understanding of how we fit into the greater global experience.

2)      To be in a class environment that will prepare the students for their entry into college or life after high school.

3)      To be taught in a professional manner.

4)      To be treated in a fair and respectful manner.

5)      To have the opportunity to receive any additional instructional support so they may succeed in the classroom.

 

TEACHER EXPECTATIONS: (of the students)

1)      Arrive on time

2)      Be prepared

3)      Participate in class

4)      Complete any and all assigned work

5)      Study and prepare for tests & quizzes

6)      Have an enthusiastic attitude & desire to learn

7)      Respect the class

8)      Adhere to the rules established and clearly posted

 

GRADING:

1)      Class work / Home work

2)      Quizzes

3)      Tests

4)      Projects

 

END OF THE YEAR GOALS:

1)      Enable the students to have a better perspective of the world around them.

2)      Prepare them for life after high school

3)      Gain a sense of pride and appreciation of this great nation in which we all live.

Mr. Glenn – UNITED STATES HISTORY 2

            

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: (of the class/teacher)

1)      To be taught the history of our nation with an understanding of how we fit into the greater global experience.

2)      To be in a class environment that will prepare the students for their entry into college or life after high school.

3)      To be taught in a professional manner.

4)      To be treated in a fair and respectful manner.

5)      To have the opportunity to receive any additional instructional support so they may succeed in the classroom.

 

TEACHER EXPECTATIONS: (of the students)

1)      Arrive on time

2)      Be prepared

3)      Participate in class

4)      Complete any and all assigned work

5)      Study and prepare for tests & quizzes

6)      Have an enthusiastic attitude & desire to learn

7)      Respect the class

8)      Adhere to the rules established and clearly posted

 

GRADING:

1)      Class work / Home work

2)      Quizzes

3)      Tests

4)      Projects

 

END OF THE YEAR GOALS:

1)      Enable the students to have a better perspective of the world around them.

2)      Prepare them for life after high school

3)      Gain a sense of pride and appreciation of this great nation in which we all live.

NO FOOD OF ANY KIND IN CLASS

NO DRINKS IN CLASS

NO CELL PHONES, HEADPHONES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES ARE TO BE OUT DURING THE ENTIRE CLASS PERIOD ( NO CELL PHONE ON DESKS)

 

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