Posts Tagged ‘notebook’

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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Controlling marks and attendance data through two charts

25 December 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Surname /tra10 TEST60 workbook02  notebook1111  oral sk.1111 atte06

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There is always a way to do things right. A teacher can control attendance of his students by designing a chart in a landscape-view page containing empty boxes for ticking missing days in a whole term. Writing in ballpen can be a bit dirty so it is much better to use pencil instead.

A teacher controls marks by designing another chart containing empty boxes for numbers rating from 0 to 1 or 0 to 60, for example. In this chart there are boxes for writing marks on attendance, workbook activity, oral skills, translations, notebook, etcetera.

(*) marks chart 

Forrest Gump sitting on the bench and memorandum

19 July 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

 

Teacher´s memo: ten activities in a foreign language class

 

Lots of reading (translations, reading aloud)

Lots of listenings [repeat phrases]

Words memorization

Short messages (pass Spanish messages into English)

Oral skills (check: Question and Answer)

Essay writing (opinions)

Basics (data: numbers, possessives, prepositions, pronouns, demonstratives, the time, conjugation of verbs, etcetera)

Mini tests

Checking notebooks

Grammar cheeses

 


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