English 6 Syllabus and Grading ScaleInstructor: Stacy Rayner
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Work Phone: (276) 632-7216
Course Description and Course Content:
Students will work collaboratively in groups, independently, and participate in classroom discussions while learning to actively listen to classmates' viewpoints, opinions, and ideas. They will continue to explore literature in all genres, develop their vocabulary and writing skills, apply them in their speaking, and learn to appropriately use technology as a resource in research. Students must maintain a 60% passing level in order to complete the course.
Writing: Reflective, Expository, Persuasive, and Research. Nonfiction, Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Fiction, Drama, and Poetry.
Please come to class on time, prepared, and ready to learn. Be responsible, be respectful, and be productive – our Laurel Park Core Values. Treat others how you would want to be treated. Work as a team, this is your classroom and we want this to be a safe place for everyone to learn and be themselves. Gum is allowed in class until I see it. Once I see it, (bubble, on floor, on desk, on someone else, etc.) there will be no more. Water is allowed in a clear bottle and there will be a time for snack during Core 3. Any concerns you may have may be discussed with Ms. Rayner before or after class, but not during our class’ instructional time.
It is my belief that all students can learn with the use of various learning tools and high expectations.
- Three ring binder with notebook paper AND dividers
- Index Cards
- Composition Notebook
- Crayons/Colored Pencils
- Pencils and Pens
- iPad--needs to be charged daily
Classwork, Daily Assignments, Participation 60% Tests 40%
All assignments are due on the date given. Late assignments will have 2 points deducted per each day it is late. All make-up work is the student's responsibility and is accessible to them.
HCPS grade scale: