Published on March 7, 2014
Lorna Jennifer Huggard-Caine History 2014
RULE 1 ► Speak in English. RULE 2 ► Speak only English to or in front of your teachers. TIME OFF : Given for relaxation purposes at the beginning or ending of a class is in ENGLISH.
STOP and LISTEN When I talk, ► Do not take a piece of paper, fetch your copybook, tell your friend the latest joke, fix your pencil box…. ► If you are walking around or out of place ► If you arrived late or need to stand up ► If you can’t find your pen or need to give in work You can finish when I finish.
Giving in ► Either by platform or email (if permitted) Save your work as: LastName: huggard-caine or hugcaine First Name: Jennifer or Jenny or J Month: 03 Name of Exercise: Revision Questions huggard-cainejennifer03revisionquestions hugcainej03-Revision_questions
Please take into account Presentation of Written Work: ► Name on Left Hand Corner ► (Remember, no name, no grade.) ► Blue pen ► Handwriting must be neat and legible ► Complete untorn correct paper ► School paper - nº 3 or all in 4 - Lines- not grids ► Use paragraphs and adequate spacing ► Correct Punctuation, including capital and full stops are essential. ► Correct basic Spelling and Grammar are essential. Kindly bear in mind that you may be asked to redo your work if the following requirements are not met.
Follow simple rules of acceptable behaviour ► take turns and wait for one´s turn; ► work quietly on individual assignments. ► talk softly without disturbing others during group work; ► In certain moments, you will find talking time; do so in English.
Avoid 1.Misspelling words j 2.Beginning a sentence without a capital 3.Ending a sentence without a period 4.The lack of paragraphs 5. Writing run-on sentences 6. Sloppy or unreadable work 7. Lack of or inappropriate tenses
Group Work ► You will be organised into rotating groups. ► Each group must have 1 coordinator who reports to me. ► You will receive marks for your projects and marks for what you have learnt from other projects. ► We will aim at a history blog.
The Bad Part ► Failure to give in / Low marks /etc. will result in you doing double work. Low mark Double Work
The Good Part Double work is an opportunity to improve.
REMEMBER English now for you is free (not for your parents, obviously) you have the time, the resources, You may never have them so available again. You are learning just by speaking, by reading, by listening, by the most simple or enjoyable ways.
But you will only learn well, if you really open your mind and heart. Teachers are here to help you.
We first make our habits, and then our habits make us. John Dryden
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