Monday, August 20, 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012

Today was a little unusual since the freshmen had their class meeting during our class. Here's your homework (it would be great if you could do it tonight, but it's not due until Wednesday):
  1. Bookmark this blog on your laptop (if you have your own) and/or any other computer you use at home. You may want to considering subscribing via email.

  2. Review for the Math Skills Assessment. We'll review in class tomorrow as well, but you'll be assessed over these skills on Wednesday. You don't need to spend a lot of time on this, but perhaps ten or so minutes reviewing those skills so they're fresh in your mind.

  3. Complete this short form for me. It takes less than a minute, I promise.

  4. If you haven't already done this, read through our Class Expectations and then fill out the form to indicate you've completed this. Please make sure you have the class supplies listed on that page with you by Wednesday.

  5. If you haven't already done this, please write your About Me and get it to me as soon as you can, and no later than first period on Wednesday. (I'd love to have it sometime tonight.) You can email it to me as an attachment, copy and paste the text into a body of an email, write it in Google Docs and share it with me, post it somewhere online and send me the URL, or find some other way to get it to me electronically that works well.

  6. Take your textbook home and place it wherever you study. Then take a digital picture of the textbook in that location and then email it to me as an attachment. If for some reason you can't email it, then bring it digitally to class (on your camera, on your cell phone, on your laptop, etc.) and show it to me, or print it and bring it (or draw a picture if you absolutely must.) Your textbook should stay home all year - you won't need it in class - but you can use it as a resource when you're working at home.

  7. Please remind your parents to fill out this form if they haven't already done so.
 See you tomorrow!

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