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Grade 7 – Mr. Travis

Gene Travis - Middle School

Gene Travis – Middle School

Grade 7 Homeroom and Bible
6th, 7th, and 8th Grade History

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Middle School Supply List:

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Middle School Syllabus for Mr. Travis

Click here to access Middle School History & Bible class syllabus.

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Homework:
Any classroom assignments that are not completed during classtime will carry over to that nights homework, and therefore, will not be highlighted on the homework assignments below.

Students (and parents) should expect a “pop” quiz on the following day anytime there is reading assigned for homework.

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Homework –

Each day your child will receive a “Study Guideline” handout. This handout is the “map” of each lesson for that day. On this “map” will be the outline of each lesson and what your child is expected to know from that days lesson. This should completely remove the “mystery” of learning while inside the classroom, for your child will know exactly what is expected of them (they will know exactly what they are expected to know). If your child pays attention in class – e.g. taking notes (we have reviewed in class the most efficient way to take notes using the Cornell system of note taking) asking questions, following their “map” (i.e. their Study Guideline” handout) they will be able to complete the Study Guideline handout for homework with only a quick reference to their notes (or even what they recall from that days lesson. Although there will be times when they need to use their textbook(s)).

Also, ALL quiz and test questions will come from the “Study Guideline” handouts. So please help your child be responsible for keeping track of all of these handouts (throughout the quarter and school year), for, it will completely remove any anxiety from test and quiz taking and will also help them to prepare for exactly what they will be encountering on both tests and quizzes.

After every 4th quiz a test will be given covering the material found within the quizzes. This will be the procedure for the entire school year.

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Bible Complete "Study Guidelines" handout

Summarize the Prayer handed out in class today.
Complete "Study Guidelines" handout
Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout
7th HistoryComplete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout
8th HistoryComplete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout
6th HistoryComplete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout Complete "Study Guidelines" handout

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* A “POP” quiz in the Middle School is something to be expected. Hint: any time you have a reading assignment for homework, you should assume you might have a “POP” quiz.

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(School policy on late assignments: “Missing graded assignments after the first date due: 50% reduction on the date due, and then 0% credit the following day if the assignment isn’t completed and returned.”)

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