**Homework Packet Explanation**
In my classes students create homework packets each unit. It works like this: When a homework assignment is due, students should bring it to class and have it on their desks during warm-ups. I will come around and give it a stamp, indicating that it has been completed on time. THIS IS NOT A GRADE. Students should then store the assignment in a safe place with others from the unit. If an assignment is completed late, bring it to Mrs. Santos whenever you have it done. I will indicate how many days late it is so that the score will be accurate later.
Near the end of the unit, usually 2-3 days before the test, students will receive a cover sheet detailing what should be in the homework packet and how many points it's worth. Students should put homework assignments in the order indicated and staple the cover sheet with their name and period to the front. *READING NOTES* If you take your reading notes mixed in with your class notes, you will need to take a picture of them and print it out to be included with your packet. Homework Packets, along with the unit's warm-ups, are due on test day.
-No talking when I'm talking
-Raise hand unless told otherwise
-If called on, give it a try. There are no stupid answers, only failed opportunities at a right one.
2. Group Work/Discussions
-Participate and show respect to all group members
3. No lining up at the door at end of class or packing up before dismissed. Class is finished when I dismiss you.
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