Three interesting facts about you that you will share with the class last Name, First Name Hour



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1. Find the seat with the index card with your name 2. Fill out your index card with the information on the card below 3. On the back of your card, please write THREE interesting facts about you that YOU WILL SHARE WITH THE CLASS

  • Last Name, First Name Hour:
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  • Name you would like to be called:
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  • ID # : Grade:
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  • Your E-mail address:
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Schedule Check

  • Please take out your schedule and make sure you are in the right class
  • Mrs. Dyke – AVID 9 – Rm. 1001
  • Today’s Agenda:
  • AVID Overview
  • What is AVID?
  • Who are we?
  • Get to know your classmates
  • Monday
  • July 24, 2017
  • Assignments Due:
  • All signature forms due Friday
  • Sign up for Remind by Friday
  • Teacher Introduction Assignment Due Friday
  • Freshman Letter DUE Friday
  • Binder and Portfolio Materials will be due the SECOND Friday – August 4th
  • I will learn various skills and strategies that will help me become a more effective student.
  • Learning Target:
  • What skills do students need to develop to become better students?
  • Essential Question:

About me…

  • Mrs. Heather Dyke
  • This is my 22nd year teaching
  • My 18th year at CHS
  • I started at Willis Jr. High
  • I have taught dance, PE, and health

About me… (cont.)

  • I have been married to my husband, Scott, for 16 years
  • I have 2 boys
  • Shane is 11, he is a 6th grader at CTA Liberty
  • Cody is 8, he is a 3rd grader at CTA Liberty
  • I love music and dance
  • I love camping, hiking and running

Who are you?

  • Stand up next to your desk
  • Speak LOUD and PROUD!
  • Tell us your name
  • Share with us the 3 facts about you that you wrote on your card

What does AVID stand for?

  • Advancement
  • Via
  • Individual
  • Determination
  • [L. avidus]: eager for knowledge

Themes in AVID (Grades 9-12)

  • Organization
  • Time Management
  • Money Management
  • College Readiness
  • Tutorials
  • College Exploration
  • Career Exploration
  • The Process of Getting a Job
  • Study Skills
  • Guidance Lessons
  • Research Skills/Papers
  • Public Speaking
  • Cornell Notes
  • Philosophical Chairs
  • Socratic Seminars
  • Scholarship Research
  • Goal Setting
  • Mission Statements
  • Self Discovery & Reflection
  • Tips for Success
  • Binder Checks

9th Grade Areas of Focus

  • BE PROACTIVE
  • Take responsibility for your life.
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  • BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND
  • Define your mission and goals in life.
  •  
  •  
  • PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
  • Prioritize, and do the most important things first.
  •  
  • THINK WIN-WIN
  • Everyone can get what they want.
  •  
  • SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD
  • Listen to people sincerely.
  •  
  •  
  • SYNERGIZE
  • Work together to achieve more
  •  
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  • SHARPEN THE SAW
  • Renew yourself regularly

The Mission of AVID

  • “AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.”

AVID Student Profile

  • Average to high test scores
  • 2.0 – 3.5 GPA
  • College potential with support
  • Desire
  • Determination

What AVID is NOT

Who are WE?

  • Walk around the room and find the 4 questions posted around the room
  • Place one of your dot stickers in the square that best describes you

Cornell Notes

Students remember…

  • 10%
  • 20%
  • 30%
  • 50%
  • 70%
  • 80%
  • 90%
  • Of what they READ
  • Of what they HEAR
  • Of what they SEE
  • Of what they SEE, HEAR, and SAY
  • Of what they DISCUSS
  • Of what they DO
  • Of what they SAY as they DO something

Tutorials

Purpose of AVID Tutorials

  • Create deeper understanding of core
  • curriculum
  • Develop academic skills
  • Reflective learning
  • Encourage leadership skills

Academic Rigor

  • “Rigorous curriculum is a greater factor in determining college graduation rates than class standing, standardized test scores, or grade point average.”
  • - Clifford Adelman

Why AVID works

  • Rigorous curriculum
  • Support
  • Creates a team
  • Provides students with the “hidden
  • curriculum”

Teacher Introduction Assignment

  • Assignment: You must go to your other teachers, look them in the eye, shake their hand, and introduce yourself, explain you are an AVID student, that you will be using the AVID binder with Cornell Notes, and that you prefer to sit up front.
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  • Teachers: Please sign your name if the AVID student did the following:
  • Looked you in the eye
  • Shook your hand
  • Introduced him or herself
  • Explained about being in AVID and college plans
  • Mentioned the AVID binder and Cornell Notes
  • Asked to sit up front

Freshman letter To Yourself

  • Due this Friday
  • Can be hand written or typed
  • Minimum of 1 FULL page

DUE THIS FRIDAY:

  • Syllabus signature Form
  • AVID contract
  • Teacher Introduction Assignment
  • Freshman Letter

My webpage…

  • http://www.cusd80.com/Domain/980

Get Involved at CHS

  • Sports:
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheer
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swim and Dive
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Clubs

  • Air Force Jr ROTC
  • Anime
  • AVID
  • AzHOSA-Medical Professions
  • AzHOSA-Sports Medicine
  • Band/Flagline
  • Book Club
  • Chandler Buddies
  • Dance Club (Modazz)
  • DECA
  • Environment
  • FCCLA-Culinary
  • FCCLA-ECE
  • FCCLA-Fashion
  • Foreign Exchange Students
  • French NHS
  • FFA
  • Games
  • German
  • Glee
  • Hiking Club
  • Hip Hop
  • Interact
  • IB Club
  • ITS
  • LINK Crew
  • Math
  • MECHA
  • Model U.N.
  • National Forensics League (Speech)
  • National Honors Society
  • Native American Club
  • Newspaper (Wolf Howl)
  • Orchestra
  • Project C.U.R.E.
  • Scholarship
  • Science
  • Skills USA/AV Club
  • Skills USA/Auto
  • Skills USA/Graphics
  • Skills USA/Robotics Team
  • Skills USA/Woods
  • Social Studies Council
  • Spanish NHS
  • Step Team
  • Student Council
  • Student Senate
  • Teen Court
  • TOPS
  • Washington Close-Up
  • Yearbook (El Lobo)

AVID webpage…

  • http://www.cusd80.com/domain/1129

Remind…

  • Tuesday
  • Today’s Agenda:
  • AVID Contract
  • Annotate Syllabus
  • Scavenger Hunt Activity
  • Go over assignments due Friday
  • Tuesday
  • July 25th, 2017
  • Assignments Due:
  • All signature forms due Friday
  • Sign up for Remind by Friday
  • Teacher Introduction Assignment Due Friday
  • Freshman Letter DUE Friday
  • Binder and Portfolio Materials will be due the SECOND Friday – August 4th
  • I will learn various skills and strategies that will help me become a more effective students.
  • Learning Target:
  • What skills do students need to develop to become a better students?
  • Essential Question:

OPEN HOUSE

AVID CLUB

  • First meeting:
    • Wednesday, August 2nd
    • 2:30
    • Rm. 215
    • Will last about 1 hour

AVID Contract

Materials Needed – DUE Friday, Aug. 4th

  • Materials Needed:
  • 3 inch 3-ring view binder
  • 1 inch 3-ring view binder
  • Color dividers (a minimum of 1 per class)
  • At least 16 sheet protectors (2 for your AVID Binder and 14 for your portfolio)
  • 2 black ink pens
  • 2 #2 pencils
  • Zipper pouch to store supplies
  • 2 different colored highlighters
  • 1 pack of filler paper (college ruled)
  • A planner - provided for you!!

Grading Percentages

  • Quarter Grade
  • Binder Checks
  • 30%
  • Assignments/Class work/Projects
  • 30%
  • Tutorials
  • 30%
  • Portfolio
  • 10%
  • Semester Grade
  • 1st Quarter
  • 40%
  • 2nd Quarter
  • 40%
  • Final Exam
  • 20%

Binders

  • Binders will be checked and graded in the AVID class every other week. Binders will be graded for organization, Cornell notes, materials & supplies, a completed daily planner, daily “to do” lists, and learning goals and scales. If you are absent for Binder Check, due to illness, you may request a Binder Check on the day you return. Additional binder checks by mentors occur throughout the year so binders must be organized at all times. A minimum of three (2) pages of Cornell notes/learning logs are required for EACH CLASS each binder check for a total of ten (10).

Classwork, Homework, and Projects

  • Class work and homework assignments are designed to help students to develop personally and academically and to ultimately prepare them for college and a career. Essays will be written in MLA format.
  • There will be numerous individual and group projects each semester.

Tutorials

  • Students will be graded on each tutorial session. Students earn points for their questions, participation, and reflection during the tutorial process. Since tutorials are a collaborative effort, students must be present and participate to receive credit. Students who are absent due to illness may make up points by completing a tutorial by visiting one of the learning centers and having a teacher present help and sign off on their tutorial paper.
  • Tutors will assist students on their path towards arriving at answers, but they will not provide the answers for students.

Portfolio

  • Students will collect specified documents to be placed in a portfolio. Portfolios will be assessed at least once per semester

Homework

  • Homework is due at the beginning of the class period.
  • Any assignments turned in late will be worth HALF credit unless you have an excused absence.

Warm-Ups

  • At the beginning of each class period, there will be a warm-up activity.
  • You will get a weekly handout for recording your warm-up answers.
  • You cannot turn in a warm-up on a separate paper.
  • All the warm-ups for the week must be on the same handout, turned in every Friday

Class Rules/Expectations

  • 1) Follow all rules and procedures outlined in the student handbook
  • 2) Treat teachers, fellow students, guest speakers, and property with respect
  • 3) No food or drink in class expect for water
  • 4) No cell phones or headphones will be used during class. If they are out, they will be confiscated. After your first offense, your cell phone will be turned in to administration
  • 5) Sit in your assigned seat everyday

Restroom Pass

  • ONE person may leave the class at a time
  • They must sign-out in my book, including the date, your name, the class period, and the time you left the room
  • You must also write down the time you return
  • You CANNOT leave the room without the blue pass
  • If you fail to follow these procedures, you will not be allowed to leave the classroom during class
  • You CANNOT leave the classroom for a drink of water. Bring a water bottle with you if you are thirsty.

Evacuations/ Lock Down

  • Evacuation (Fire Drill):
    • Leave binders, notebook, materials; take purses & backpacks
    • Walk QUIETLY out the front door, through the double doors, and to the left in front of the pool
    • Stay TOGETHER there until “All Clear
  • Lockdown:
    • I will lock all the doors, turn lights off & put up a GREEN sign in the front door window
    • If you are in bathroom or hallway, get to class ASAP!
    • All students will stay away from the doorway
    • NO TALKING!!!

Tardies/Sweeps

  • You are considered tardy if you are not in the classroom when the bell rings. If you are not in the room when the last bell rings, you will be sent to the sweep room.
  •          If you are swept when as assignment is due, you must turn in that assignment that day to receive full credit
  •          If you miss a test or quiz while you are in sweeps, you must come to my room right after school to make up that test or the grade will result in a zero
  •          It is your responsibility to get any notes or assignments that were given during the class that you missed.
  •          If you are swept more than 3 times, your make-up work will not be accepted and all missing assignments will be entered as zeros.
  • The sweep-make up work procedures also apply to missing class for ISD or evening school

Attendance

  • If you are absent from school for any reason, make sure your parents call the attendance office at (480) 812-7703.
  • Failure to call the attendance office within 24 hours of the absence will result in an unexcused absence.
  • If your absence is unexcused, you will NOT be allowed to make-up any missed assignments, quizzes, or tests.

Make-Up Work

  • You are responsible for all work you miss if you are not in class.
  • I will not accept make-up work for full credit unless your absence was excused.
  • You can get copies of missed class work and assignments from the make-up work folders.

Beginning of Class Procedures

  • When you enter the classroom everyday, you need to do the following:
  • 1) Sit in your assigned seat
  • 2) Get started on the warm-up on the board or overhead
  • 3) Work quietly until further instruction

Wish List

  • If you can donate any of the following items to our classroom, I would really appreciate it! You can earn 5 extra credit points for each item you donate, up to a maximum of 15 TOTAL extra credit points per semester.
  • Tissue
  • Clorox wipes
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Black white board markers
  • Pencils
  • Pens
  • Highlighters
  • Post-its
  • Markers

Teacher Introduction Assignment

  • Assignment: You must go to your other teachers, look them in the eye, shake their hand, and introduce yourself, explain you are an AVID student, that you will be using the AVID binder with Cornell Notes, and that you prefer to sit up front.
  •  
  • Teachers: Please sign your name if the AVID student did the following:
  • Looked you in the eye
  • Shook your hand
  • Introduced him or herself
  • Explained about being in AVID and college plans
  • Mentioned the AVID binder and Cornell Notes
  • Asked to sit up front

Freshman letter To Yourself

  • Due this Friday
  • Can be hand written or typed
  • Minimum of 1 FULL page

DUE THIS FRIDAY:

  • Syllabus signature Form
  • AVID contract
  • Teacher Introduction Assignment
  • Freshman Letter

Scavenger Hunt

  • Directions: Find someone who meets the following descriptions and have them print their name on the line.
  • You can NOT write your own name
  • Each person can only sign your paper ONCE
  • Wednesday/Thursday

Warm-up (grab a paper from the blue tray)

  • What are the 4 items due Friday?
  • When are all your materials due?
  • What part of AVID are you most excited about?
  • What part of AVID will be the most challenging for you?
  • Today’s Agenda:
  • Review Cornell Notes format
  • Practice taking Cornell notes
  • Wed/Thu
  • July 26/27, 2017
  • Assignments Due:
  • All signature forms due Friday
  • Sign up for Remind by Friday
  • Teacher Introduction Assignment Due Friday
  • Freshman Letter DUE Friday
  • Binder and Portfolio Materials will be due the SECOND Friday – August 4th
  • I will able to list the 5 components of Cornell Notes.
  • Learning Target:
  • What are Cornell Notes?
  • Essential Question:

OPEN HOUSE

AVID CLUB

  • First meeting:
    • Wednesday, August 2nd
    • 2:30
    • Rm. 215
    • Will last about 1 hour

Scavenger Hunt Review

  • Jimmy Fallon Video

Syllabus Review

  • One piece of paper per group
  • You have 10 minutes to write FIVE “test” questions about the syllabus
  • The questions can be multiple choice, true/false or a direct question

Math teacher information

  • On a post-it, please write the following information:
  • First and last name
  • Level of math you are taking (algebra, geometry, honors algebra, etc.)
  • Your math teacher’s name
  • The HOUR you have math

Clock Partners

  • Find a partner, neatly write each other’s names in the space next to 1:00
  • Ask and answer the following question with each other:
    • How many brothers or sisters do you have?

2:00

  • What is your favorite movie?

3:00

  • What is your favorite restaurant?

4:00

  • What is your favorite TV show?

5:00

  • What is your favorite band/ musician?

6:00

  • Where were you born?

7:00

  • What is your favorite subject in school?

8:00

  • What was the best vacation you ever took?

9:00

  • What is the class in school is the most challenging for you?

10:00

  • Where do you want to go to college?

11:00

  • What do you think is going to be your favorite class this year?

12:00

  • What do you think you want to do for your career?
  • Taking Cornell Notes

What do Cornell Notes Look Like?

The Curve of Forgetting

  • By day 2, if you do not think about or review your notes, you will lose 50%-80% of what you learned.
  • By day 30, if you do not think about or review your notes, you remember only 2% - 3% of what you learned on day 1.
  • Source: Counseling Services, Study Skills Program at the University of Waterloo

The Value of Cornell Notes

  • Students who take no notes or some notes retain less than 59% of what was learned.
  • Students who take and use Cornell Notes as a study tool retain 90%-100% of what was learned.

Table Talk

  • With your table group, discuss when
  • you should take notes in class.
  • Make a list on a post-it.
  • Be prepared to share with the class!

When to Take Notes

  • The speaker says to take notes
  • The speaker says something you
  • don’t already know
  • The speaker presents using
  • PowerPoint
  • The speaker writes on the board
  • The teacher says, “This will be on the
  • test.”

S.T.A.R.

  • Set up your paper
  • Take the notes
  • Apply your thinking to the notes
  • Reflect on Revise and Review your notes.

Set Up Your Paper

  • Put a proper heading in the top right corner.
    • Name
    • Class
    • Period
    • Date
  • Save 1/3 of the left hand side of paper for
  • questions by folding or drawing a vertical line.
  • Write the topic of the lecture, passage, etc in the form of an essential question.

Essential Question:

  • What are the AVID Standards?

Set Up Your Paper

Take Notes

  • Write notes on the right side of the
  • page
  • Abbreviate words
  • Paraphrase
  • Skip at least 2 lines between each
  • idea
  • Use symbols, pictures, or diagrams

Take Notes

Character Development

  • Self-awareness
  • Goals
  • Community and School Involvement
  • Ownership of Learning

Communication

  • Speaking
  • Listening

Writing

  • The Writing Process
  • Writing Skills
  • Writing Applications
  • Writing to Learn

Inquiry

  • Costa’s Levels of Thinking
  • Tutorials
  • Socratic Seminar and Philosophical Chairs

Collaboration

  • Types of Interactions
  • Tutorials

Organization

Reading

  • Vocabulary
  • Textual Analysis

College Preparedness

  • Guest Speakers
  • Field Trips
  • College and Career Knowledge
  • College Entrance Testing
  • College Admissions/Financial Aid
  • Friday

Warm-up

  • Fill in the following as best you can without looking at your handouts or notes:
  • When taking Cornell Notes:
  • S_____________
  • T_____________
  • A_____________
  • R_____________
  • R_____________
  • R_____________
  • Turn in all your assignments to the class basket!
  • Today’s Agenda:
  • AVID Planners
  • Syllabus Quiz
  • Finish taking STARRR Cornell Notes
  • Friday
  • July 28th, 2017
  • Assignments Due:
  • All signature forms due TODAY
  • Sign up for Remind by TODAY
  • Teacher Introduction Assignment due TODAY
  • Freshman Letter Due TODAY
  • Binder and Portfolio Materials will be due the SECOND Friday – August 4th
  • I will be able to use the STARRR formula for taking and using Cornell Notes.
  • Learning Target:
  • What are Cornell Notes?
  • Essential Question:

OPEN HOUSE

Homework Due

  • All homework should be turned in to your group basket
  • Look over your syllabus!!!! Quiz in 5 minutes!

AVID Planner

  • Write your name on the front
  • Keep in your Binder
  • Make sure you write something in EVERY SQUARE EVERY WEEK – you will lose points for empty squares (except for block days)

AVID Planner

  • Homework/Assignments
  • Test dates
  • When projects are due
  • Games/practices
  • Work schedule
  • Club meetings

Syllabus Quiz

Apply Your Thinking

  • Within 24 hours of taking notes, review your notes and write questions on the left side of the page.

Reflect on Notes

  • Add a summary to your notes. Answer the essential question as your topic sentence and turn each “chunk” of information into supporting sentences.

Revise Notes

  • Review notes with a partner and add details that you each missed.
  • v
  • v

Revise Notes

  • Look in your textbook and add details from the book to your notes.
  • v
  • v

Review Notes

  • Fold your notes so that the questions show, but the notes do not. Quiz yourself or work with another student to quiz each other.

Cornell Note Requirement

  • You are required to take at least 2 pages of Cornell Notes per class per binder check
  • If you do not take notes that week, you may substitute a Learning Log for your Cornell Notes
  • You may also attach a Cornell Notes ½ sheet to a handout/worksheet


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