Work Expectations - Mrs. Kresal's 5th Grade.
Homework Expectations: 1) Try your best, using pen. 2) If you get stuck, write a detailed question about the problem to ask in class the next day. 3) For English homework, do not spend more than 5 minutes per section. Show every step and your thought process using full and complete sentences. 4) Correct the homework with a colored pen or marker. 5) Turn it in on time. 6) please check grades.
Classwork - Every student is expected to participate in the classroom activities. This includes, but is not limited to, paying attention, answering questions, taking notes, completing classroom assignments and turning them in, etc. Classwork completion includes completion of the warm-ups every day. We spend an ample amount of time in the classroom working; any classwork not completed in class.
Our Teaching, Learning and Assessment Vision:. have high expectations; take responsibility for learning; engage in all lessons; make a positive contribution; produce classwork and homework to the best of ability; meet all deadlines; act on feedback to aid progress; demonstrate resilience when adversity is met; Equipment. Having the correct equipment for every lesson is the responsibility.
Classwork and Homework Welcome to 5th grade! Below you will find a daily list of homework. If we have snow days next week please work on the following items: Math menu, family language activity, and interview. Look for directions of interview on SeeSaw. 2.7.19: Read 135 min, Book Buzz, Reading Reflection (due 2.11.19), Revise your writing, Problem set lessons 5-9, Old fashioned fudge story.
Classwork or homework assignments that are not turned in at the time it is due, will be considered LATE. No Exceptions. The student have until the next class period to turn in the late assignment, with a 20-point deduction. If the assignment is not turned in by the following class period, it will no longer be accepted and may be made up during the Academic Recovery Period. Academic Recovery.
Homework and Classwork Note: Assume that all work is to be done in MLA style. The order of assignments is generally from most recent to least recent. Welcome to Legacy! I'm looking forward to being your teacher this year. Check here for any homework assignments. I will often put the directions or links to handouts here in case you need them. Check here frequently and let me know if links don't.
Homework; Classwork Expectations; Classroom Mission; Graham A. Barden Elementary; Participating in the academic setting of the classroom is vital to your student's learning process. All classwork is expected to be completed as assigned. If your student is absent, classwork and homework are still expected to be completed. Your student has one week from their absence to turn in any missed.