Posts Tagged ‘attendance’

Two reminders: stuff, attendance and attitude

20 October 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

See these 2 reminders on stuff, attendance and attitude linked via ilovePDF_ and @SlideShare (@LinkedIn). Extracts from both documents below:

 

Documents and stuff for the student

Hoja del Alumno

Normas de asistencia y justificantes

Cuaderno de clase: condiciones

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Notebook (cuaderno de clase)

Reminders (recordatorios)

Parallel Papers (trimestrales)

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Dictionary of English language (bilingual)

Handouts (fotocopias sueltas)

Worksheets

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Vocabulary lists (wordlist)

Verb lists

Password to Aula Virtual

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MP3 player for audios

Textbook

Workbook

Readers

http://tinyurl.com/ybw5bj4t

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ASISTENCIA ACTIVA EN EL AULA

asistencia a clase (6 puntos).-La asistencia a clase es obligatoria. Un alumno que falta a clase pierde lo más importante: la clase. El trabajo del profesor, su explicación y la práctica del alumno, la evaluación, las pruebas, las dudas, la interacción entre los alumnos y el profesor, la interacción entre los alumnos, los ejercicios realizados en clase, las tareas. Esto es lo que de verdad importa.

puntos positivos por asistir a clase activamente.-Cada día que un alumno asiste a clase, trae el material exigible en un centro educativo (libros, cuadernos, bolígrafo, lápiz, diccionario), se comporta de forma correcta y participa activamente recibe un punto positivo por asistencia. En caso contrario, el profesor no premiará su asistencia con un positivo. El total de puntos por este concepto suma 6 puntos por trimestre.

Un trimestre es evaluado de 0 a 100 puntos. En el apartado de ACTITUD se incluye la asistencia y las intervenciones del alumno en el aula

http://tinyurl.com/y7nrdtmm

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Twenty pages on behaviour, attendance and some other stuff at school

2 December 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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A pack of 20 pages for students of English language

via

@SlideShare @LinkedIn

See also the PDF edition below

via

#PDF-Archive.com

4 pages

https://document.li/3118

Did I miss anything (Tom Wayman)

11 October 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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I wonder sometimes how to make my students learn that attendance to class is vital. I have just found out this poem written by Tom Wayman.

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Did I Miss Anything

Tom Wayman

Did I miss anything?

Question frequently asked by

students after missing a class

Nothing. When we realized you weren’t here

we sat with our hands folded on our desks

in silence, for the full two hours

Everything. I gave an exam worth

40 per cent of the grade for this term

and assigned some reading due today

on which I’m about to hand out a quiz

worth 50 per cent

Nothing. None of the content of this course

has value or meaning

Take as many days off as you like:

any activities we undertake as a class

I assure you will not matter either to you or me

and are without purpose

Everything. A few minutes after we began last time

a shaft of light descended and an angel

or other heavenly being appeared

and revealed to us what each woman or man must do

to attain divine wisdom in this life and

the hereafter

This is the last time the class will meet

before we disperse to bring this good news to all people

on earth

Nothing. When you are not present

how could something significant occur?

Everything. Contained in this classroom

is a microcosm of human existence

assembled for you to query and examine and ponder

This is not the only place such an opportunity has been

gathered but it was one place

And you weren’t here

 

(Originally Published in: The Astonishing Weight of the Dead. Vancouver: Polestar, 1994.)

Reminder (attendance, webpage and notebook) -side B-

9 April 2013

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Look, sometimes you sit next to the worst student at school. And you do nothing to change his attitude. You are not a good friend. He is not your friend either.

Sometimes you speak in loud voice when your teacher is speaking to you and that is not good, you know.

   

 

The bad way to do things in the classroom:

 

 

 

  1. move and standing up continuously
  2. play silly games in class (hiding material to your classmates)
  3. make somebody laugh when the teacher is speaking
  4. asking for permission to leave the classroom
  5. forget your textbook or dictionary
  6. sit in the wrong way, looking backwards, for example
  7. shout to anyone
  8. chew chewing gum
  9. remind the teacher it is time to finish

 

 

 

Stop that silly game for silly kids of hiding school stuff such as pencil cases, dictionaries or books

 

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Sometimes you hate a subject like English language or Maths for no reason.

 

Be good. Good luck!

😉 Eugene F

 

Reminder on attendance, webpage and notebook -side A-

9 April 2013

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Attendance,webpage,notebook

Attendance is a must

1.-Be punctual in the classroom

2.-Be quiet

3.-Bring your books, dictionaries and copies

4.-Speak English (do not speak Spanish)

5.-Take notes in your notebook

6.-Copy the homework and do it

7.-Keep your NOTEBOOK clean and number all exercises

8.-Get Parallel Papers

9.-Buy all Reading Books

10.-Use your English/Spanish dictionary in class and at home

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You are expected to attend classes and examinations. Missing classes or any test can´t be the rule but the exception.

Remember to visit Aula Virtual (Moe) from time to time.

Our webpage www.cecei.es (photo albums, blogs, information on activities from school, current news, et cetera)

* Those guys talking non-stop in class are not good students

*Do not copy the tasks from your classmates´ notebooks or workbooks. That is unfair

NOTEBOOK conditions

Label : Name and surname, class group / dates of exercises / exercises numbered

Exercises done / exercises corrected

Essays / translations / SMS / photos or pictures / BASICS


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