Name: Mr. Jerry BlackIndustrial Eduacation grades 9-12Phone/Ext.: (937)335-7070 ext.3213Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBuilding/Room No.: High School/3213Welcome to the High School Shop Web Page. From here you will be able to find web sites with woodworking plans and information related to many shop projects. I hope you enjoy your visit. I will also update this site to show student progress on wood projects.
Miami East High School Shop Discipline Plan 2014/2015
Rules listed in the Student Handbook will be enforced inthe classroom at all times.
COMMON SENSERULES OF BEHAVIOR:
1. The student is tobe in the classroom in his/her seat when the bell rings and to be ready for the teacher to start class.
2. There is to be notalking while the teacher is talking. The student will raise his/her hand andseek permission to speak out in class. When there is permission to talk do soquietly to ensure that privilege is not taken away.
3. The student isnot to touch any shop equipment without permission. (Lab demonstrations, lab equipment, chalkboard, teacher’s desk, projectors or other school equipment.)
4. Be courteous andrespectful to everyone in the classroom.
5. The student is touse his/her best effort to follow the teacher’s directions.
Listed in the student hand book are threetopics which I would like to high light in my classroom.
1. Number 6 lists disrespect or noncompliance. As listed throughout my classroom rules students will be silent when the teacher is talking and be courteous and respectful to everyone in the Classroom. This classroom policy is strictly backed by number 6 in the handbook. Profanity will fall under this topic of disrespect andnoncompliance.
2. Number 7 statesthat disruption or interference with curricular and/or co-curricular is aserious matter and this will not be tolerated in the shop as someone might missout on vital information that could result in grave injury. This policy will bestrictly adhered to.
3. Number 13 Tobacco and related products. .
CONSEQUENCES FORVIOLATING THE RULES:
1st OFFENSE - 15 Minute after School Detention. After SchoolDetention requires the student to do some form of manual labor (i.e. cleaningworkbenches, washing walls, sweeping the floor, etc.) or the student may takethe option of the 60 minute school wide detention. Failure to serve adetention will have the same consequence dictated in student handbook. It iscompletely at my discretion as to whether or not a student will serve a 15minute detention for a minor infraction. In other words, if I think itnecessary to simply assign the school wide detention, that is my option.
GradingPolicies for All Wood Shop Classes
20 point daily grade is given on most days.
Included in your 20 points are 15 points for class andlab participation and 5 points for clean-up.
You can lose points by not participating, by notfollowing directions, or by misbehaving.
If there are 5 days in a week your total will be 100points for the week. If there are 3 days in a week you will have 6o possiblepoints for the week.
Quiz grades usually will be worth 20 points each; thisincludes safety quizzes tool quizzes and any other quiz I can think of.
Test Grades are always worth 100 points.
All safetyquizzes require 100% passage in order to use that particular machine. You will take the quiz until you achieve thismastery level. I only record the first quiz taken for grading purposes.
I have readand understand everything presented in this document.
I understandthat being in MiamiEast’s Wood Program is a privilege and if I abuse this privilege, I will beremoved to make room for one of the many students that were turned away thisyear.
Parent/GuardianSignature______________________________E- Calamity Day Assignments are as follows:E-Day Assignment #1Look up one of the listed furniture styles and write a 5 sentence paratgraph on the Design Philosophy of that specific style.Styles of Furniture-Arts & Crafts-Mission-Craftsman-Jacobean-Early American-William and Mary-Queen Anne-Colonial-Georgian-Pennsylvania Dutch-Chippendale-Robert Adam-Duncan Phyfe-E-Day Assignment #2Research careers in woodworking and type a one page scholarly paper on a career in woodworking. Please include information on schooling, pay, current trends of the career, and employment levels. Paper will be graded on content and grammer.