Mrs. Haflett, CB West
Back to School Night Schedule and Links to our Live Meetings:
- Student and Parent link to Canvas
- Students, go here for materials, assignments and your work calendar.
- Parents, set up your account as an observer so you can view the work calendar.
- Student link to TEAMS
- Sign in, Click on the Waffle, Choose TEAMS
- Students go here to jump on your live TEAMS call during your class time.
Feel free to email me ANYTIME with questions: email@example.com
Please make sure your questions are specific like, “I don’t understand question #4 on the Social Darwinism handout from March 13.”- not “What did I miss today?” I’m going to great lengths to make sure daily lessons are available to you- so go there first!
ALERT: For specific and up to date information from the District, including guidance from our nurses and counselors, go to the CB District Distance Learning Page.
Welcome to Modern World History with Mrs. Haflett!
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- I’m incredibly excited about the curriculum this year. We will unfold the foundations of our global community- from Renaissance thinkers, through major revolutions to recent events that shape our current world. It's a big chunk to bite-off... but it’s going to be awesome! Here are a few things you can expect and maybe a bit of what you need to get ready for this class...
- Synchronous learning
- Attendance will be taken
- Screens On
- Mute/ Unmute
- Mute- during “lectures” or other students talking.
- Unmute if you missed something and don’t want to fall behind. “Excuse me, Mrs. H- I missed… Could you repeat?”
- Keep it relevant
- Private chat me specific questions
- Remove from Meeting- if being disrespectful or infinging on another student's ability to learn.
- MP 1 – 44%- Quizzes, tests, HW, portfolio
- MP 2- 44%- Quizzes, tests, HW, portfolio
- Core 1 – 3% (Unit 3)
- Core 2 – 3% (Unit 6)
- Final Essay – 6%
Each marking period students will choose 5 pieces of your work (summative or formative) and defend how they show you have met any or all of the following priority standards:
1.Employ historical examples and political philosophy to understanding today’s events
2.Analyze historical events and sources.
3.Construct research on a historical topic using a thesis statement
4.Read, understand, and respond to informational text
Class Policies (In a normal World)
- Bathroom- Use a transition time to get my attention and use the pass. If abused, bathroom privileges will be revoked.
- Phones- Cellphones can be useful and occasionally we will have opportunities to use them. There is a cell phone holder at the door. Leave all devices, including headphones in your assigned holder as you enter the classroom.
- Absences- All make up work and tests must be completed during your own time and within three days of the absence. All class materials from the day are available online in our Class Notebook and in hard copy in the classroom. Resource and lunch are acceptable times. It is your responsibility to see me to schedule any make-up tests during one of these periods.
- Participation- This class thrives on your participation. Ways to participate in class: Class discussions, helping others, volunteering, taking active roles in collaborative work. Ways to participate outside of class- Blogs, Class Notebook, other Internet- based collaborative forums
- Photos- I will take pics of you working and learning. They get posted to our class wall (literally a wall in the classroom!), used in projects and maybe even the blog. No pics will be posted online.
Want to score an “A” this year? I’m here to help. Here’s a breakdown of what makes up your final grade.
- MP1/ MP2: This includes tests, quizzes, projects, HW, CW 66%
- Core 1: Research, PPT, and Primary Source on Imperialism 10%
- Core 2: Research and Magazine Articles on Decolonization 10%
- Final Essay: The Essay question on the final 6%
- Final MC: 50 Multiple choice questions 8%
Here's how YOU can help!
- Be prepared: Notebook (for notes), folder (for handouts), textbook
- Participate: Take notes, Ask questions; Get involved; Help!
- Have a strong work ethic: Turn in classwork and homework on time; Be proactive in making up work, getting missed materials from absences;3 Days to make up missed work; Stay focused- no cell phones; Ask questions
Contact Mrs. Haflett
- Student and Parent link to Canvas