CE History 2700/2710 Disclosure
Ms. McDonald Bingham High School
US History 2700/2710 is a challenging course sophomore college course offered at Bingham High School. You will expand your knowledge of how Americans lived in the past and how that impacts the nation today.
Throughout this course you will learn or improve your ability to:
(1) Plan and organize regular study habits
(2) Understand and synthesize a broad knowledge of the history of the United States.
(3) Understand, through a study of contemporary and historical events, the role of the United States in the world today.
(4) Analyze primary sources to understand conflicting viewpoints of the past.
(5) Write argumentative essays
How we learn in this class:
Textbook, primary, and secondary source readings
Class debates, projects, and interpretative works
Writing– essays, journals, homework
Name of Student
Name of Parent/Guardian
Email address of Parent/Guardian *
Please check the correct class period in which your student is enrolled
2nd Period Concurrent US History
5th Period Concurrent US History
Please check that you understand the following guidelines regarding Ms. McDonald's class. *
If a student is absent they must make up the work WITHIN ONE WEEK. After a week any work submitted will be considered late.
If a student is absent they have ONE WEEK to take any tests or quizzes. After a week they CANNOT MAKE-UP TESTS OR QUIZZES and will receive a score of 0. No test make ups will be permitted during class time.
Any work that is submitted LATE has a 50% percent penalty.
Class participation points can be made up, but will not comprise more than 10% of the total grade.
Tardies will result in loss of participation points.
Cell phones and electronic devices can only be used at appropriate times under the direction of the teacher. Inappropriate use of electronic devices will result in a loss of particiation points and said device will be confiscated and given to an administrator.
The award of credit in this class is subject to the conditions outlined in the Bingham High Attendance Policy.
The expectations for students are to respect the rights of others and to take responsibility for themselves to be successful in this class and in the future.
Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated in any way and will result in loss of points for that assessment and also on participation. If a student cheats, a parent/teacher conference is required with the student to resolve the issue.
I am excited to spend time with your student this year exploring American History! If there are any concerns or issues I should be aware of, please let me know in the comments below or email me. Thanks!
How to connect with Ms. McD: Cher.McDonald@Jordandistrict.org OR
OR 801-256-4103 OR Parents can sign up to receive the same reminders via text or email.
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