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    TEACHER: MRS. WESSLING - ROOM 2020
     
     Fundamental English 2/3 Syllabus
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    Instructional Goal To help students attain skills in the study of the English language.
     
    Required Materials: 3 ring binder, pencil, and paper.
     
    Classroom Management:   * Attend school regularly
                                           * Come prepared to work
                                           * Contact teacher for make up work
                                           * Treat others with dignity and respect
                                           * Follow school rules and procedures of the PHS handbook
     
    Grading Scale:   A  100-90
                             B   89-80
                             C   79-70
                             D   69-60
                             F   59 or below
    Texts: McDougal Littell Literature Text and AGS Basic English
     
    Questions:  Please contact Mrs. Wessling if you have questions or concerns.  Have a great year!
     
     
     
     
    Fundamental English 1 Syllabus
     
    Instructional Goals:  To introduce the study of the English language.
                                                        To develop English grammar and usage skills.
                                                        To develop writing skills.
                                                        To develop reading skills.
     
    Required Materials:  3 ring binder, notebook, pencil/pen.
     
    Classroom Management:  Attend school regularly
                                          Come prepared to work
                                          Contact teacher for make up work
                                          Treat others with dignity and respect
                                          Follow school rules and procedures of the PHS handbook
     
    Texts:   McDougal Littell Literature Text and AGS Basic English
                       * Books will remain in the classroom.
     
    Course Content:
         Quarter 1: Short stories, reading comprehension, grammar skills, writing a five paragraph paper.
         Quarter 2: The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, vocabulary, continue building reading and writing skills.
         Quarter 3:  Preparation for the skills testing, Poetry.
         Quarter 4: The Odyssey, Career research.
     
    Grading Scale:    A-  100-90
                                  B-  89-  80
                                  C-  79-  70
                                  D-  69-  60
                                  F-  59 or below
     
    Questions: Please contact Mrs. Wessling if you have any questions or concerns!  Have a great year!
     
     
     
     
    Academic Assistance Syllabus
     
    Instructional Goals:  To achieve success in all content area classes.
                                           To develop and reinforce study and organizational skills.
                                           To promote student responsibility and personal life skills.
     
    Organization of Instruction: 
    * A portion of each class period will be teacher-directed lesson addressing study skills, organizational skills,
     job-related skills, and individual needs. 
                                                     
    * The remainder of the class period will be independent study of content area assignments with teacher
     assistance and guidance available to each student.
                                                     
    * Progress will be monitored routinely.  You will be able to check your student's progress in all classes using
     I-Parent.             Students will be taught how to access this information.
                                                     
    * The individual goals of each student will be addressed and modifications will be made as necessary.
    Consultation and communication with content area teachers will be used to assist each student.
     
    Student Responsibilities:
    * Each student is responsible for bringing all necessary materials to class daily.
     
    * Active participation in all teacher-directed and independent activities is required.
     
    * Students are responsible to follow the rules of the PHS student handbook.
     
    Grading Procedures:
    * Student grades will be checked in all courses every Friday.  The student will receive a potential of 600 points every Friday. 
    Each class (except Academic Asst.) has a potential of 100 points.  For example: Science 80%, Social Studies 90%, Math 90%, P.E. 100%, Health 95%, English 95%= 550/600.
     
    * Students will receive a potential of 100 points every Friday for having the Homework Assignment Sheet completed each week.
    The students update their Homework Assignment Sheet everyday in class- this is their bell assignment.
     
    * Grades will be maintained on the I-Cue grading system as a running point total for each quarter/semester.
     
    Questions: Please contact Mrs. Wessling if you have any questions or concerns.  Have a great year!
     
     
Last Modified on August 8, 2017