SNC2D1 - day 1

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MRS. MAUTI
The following guidelines are based on the
concept that the classroom is a place where
everyone should have the opportunity to learn
in a comfortable, orderly and safe environment.
ON ARRIVING TO CLASS:
 Be on time, in complete uniform. There are
consequences for habitual lateness.
 Have with you for every class, your notebook,
textbook and supplies.
 Go straight to your assigned seat, open your
books and be ready for class.
DURING A LESSON:
 In a normal classroom situation, ONLY ONE PERSON
(usually the teacher) SHOULD BE TALKING. Please
show respect and listen to others. DO NOT shout
out answers or requests. RAISE YOUR HAND AND
WAIT TO BE CALLED ON.
 Pay attention and take careful notes as directed.
 STAY in your seat unless you have been given
permission to leave it.
DURING A LAB ACTIVITY:
 LISTEN CAREFULLY AS THE INSTRUCTIONS
ARE GIVEN.
 Work quietly and efficiently with your partner(s),
and remain in your assigned work space except
when obtaining experiment materials.
 Follow the procedure carefully, write down
appropriate observation.
 CLEAN and return all equipment to its PROPER
location.
 Leave your work area and all equipment clean.
AT ALL TIMES:
 FOOD and DRINKS (only water in a sealed
bottle) are NOT permitted in the classroom.
 OUTDOOR clothing must be left in your locker.
 Trips to WASHROOM and LOCKERS should be
made during lunch and travel time, unless there
is an exceptional circumstance.
 Inappropriate language is NOT acceptable in
the classroom.
 I-pods, cell phones etc. ARE NOT ALLOWED
IN THE CLASS.
AT THE BELL:
 Upon hearing the bell, you MAY begin to pack
up your personal belongings.
 Remain in your seat UNTIL DISMISSED BY
THE TEACHER.
AFTER CLASS:
 Complete ALL assigned work and lab reports.
 Make arrangements to see the teacher if you are
having difficulties.
 Re-read your notes and assigned text material
nightly.
4 UNITS
1.
2.
3.
Chemistry: Chemical Reactions
Physics: Light and Geometric
Optics
Biology: Tissues, Organs and Systems
of Living Things
4.
Earth and Space Science: Climate
Change
4 Categories
1. Knowledge/Understanding: 35%
2. Thinking: 30%
3. Communication: 15%
4. Application: 20%
Term Work: 70%

Quizzes, Tests, Lab activities,
Assignments
Summative Evaluation: 30%
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Final Exam