DAY 1 Powerpoint

Welcome to Canadian 20th
Century History
ROOM 205
Period 4
Seating Arrangement
Alphabetical, based on LAST NAME
Becoming Familiar With The School Community
 Classroom Fire Exits
 Lockdown Procedures
 School Expectations
 Uniform
 Attendance
Becoming Familiar With The School Community
 Use of Agenda Book in Halls
 Use of Agenda Book in Halls
 Evaluation Timelines
 Early Warning Letters – 2nd week of October/March
 Mid-Semester Marks – 2nd week of November/April
 Credit Endangerment Letters – 2nd week of December/May
Becoming Familiar With The School Community
 Time Table
Period 1
9:00 – 10:20
Period 2
10:25 – 11:40
Period 3 (Lunch A)
11:45 – 12:20
Period 4
(Lunch B)
12:25 – 1:00
(Lunch C)
1:-05 – 1:40
1:45 – 3:00
About the Course
 Canadian 20th Century History
 Class Website: course material can be found at (click “teacher websites” on
the right side bar)
See course overview
 Email:
Student Expectations
 Be courteous to all
 No food or drink is permitted in the classroom (except
for bottled water)
 Arrive on time and prepared for each class with your
 Arrive to class in full uniform
 Electronic Devices must be used responsibly and
appropriately and only when directed by your teachers
(FYI texting doesn't’t count as appropriate use)
Student Absenteeism: Tests
 If you are absent on the day of a test you must
bring a note from your parents/guardian or doctor
when you return.
 You must be prepared to write the test when you
 If you don’t bring a note explaining your absence,
you will be given a ZERO for the missed test.
Student Absenteeism: Assignments
 It is your responsibility to make up missed work due to
absence and to complete all class work and submit all unit
assignments via email on the expected due date. This is to
prove that you has the work done on time.
 When you return, you MUST hand in a paper copy of the
unit assignment.
Other Expectations
 Assignments are due at the beginning of class unless
otherwise advised by the teacher
 Textbooks will be distributed at the beginning of the year.
It is the student’s responsibility to replace the cost of the
textbook should the textbook be lost, stolen or damaged in
 Most Culminating Tasks will be completed in-class. Class
time will be allocated for this.
 Plagiarism in any form will not be tolerated
1. Print the “Course Overivew” from our class website,
review it with your parent(s)/guardian(s) and return
a signed copy for tomorrow