Spanish 1 Disclosure Document
Instructor: Señora Sanderson
Room: 43 Phone: 610-8800
Google Voice Mail: (801)-855-6227 (For class assignments only)
I am in the following class:
In compliance with state and district guidelines, the main objective in learning Spanish is proficiency. In Spanish 1, students will listen, read, speak and write in Spanish. Speaking and understanding Spanish will be stressed. Students will be able to ask and answer simple questions, respond to and initiate simple statements and maintain simple face-to face conversations.
I am available most days before and after school. E-mail is the best way to contact me.
Pen or pencil and folder or 3 ring binder to write notes and organize handouts. The handouts for the class are the “textbook” and should be kept through the whole year. The notebook will serve as the primary resource for students when preparing for tests and quizzes.
Bring necessary materials to class each day-binder, pen or pencil and paper.
Be involved. Learning a foreign language is an active process.
Do not do anything that prevents me from teaching.
Do not do anything that prevents others from learning.
Anyone caught cheating on a test or quiz will receive a 0 for that assignment.
Students who are absent are responsible to keep track of their missed work, notes, and assignments. They should check my website & Skyward, then talk to me about any concerns or if they would like extra help catching up. I follow the American Fork High School Attendance policy.
Students must be in their seats ready to work when the bell rings. The homework due for the next class will be posted on the back whiteboard and the front screen. Students should make a note of the homework assignment in their planners at the beginning of class.
Homework will be checked for completion and corrected by the students in class. In this manner, students receive immediate feedback on their work. Therefore, if completed on time, full credit will be given. Late work is marked at 60% except in the case of excused absence.
Late work and quiz re-takes for each unit are due 1 week after the unit test. At the end of each term the only late work that will be accepted is for the current unit. Special arrangements can be made with me in case of illness or emergency.
Students may re-take quizzes to improve their grade. However, each re-take will be scored with a lower maximum percentage possible. Re-take #1 will score at a maximum of 90%; Re-take # 2@ 80% etc.
o All quiz re-takes must also be done by 1 week after the unit test.
o Unit Tests do not have re-takes.
Grading will be based upon total points. The amount of points in a term will be determined by the number of assignments given. Grades will be computed by dividing the number of points earned by the number of points possible. Assignments will include homework, quizzes, tests, projects, oral presentations. The following grade scale will be used:
A = 94-100% A- = 90-93% B+ = 87-89%
B = 84-86% B- = 80-83% C+ = 77-79%
C = 74-76% C- = 70-73% D+ = 67-69%
D = 64-66% D- = 60-63% F = 0-59%
Parents - If there is anything you would like me to know about your student, please include on form on my website or feel free to call or e-mail me.
American Fork High School complies with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Therefore, no student shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, or disability.
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