Welcome to Mr. Sharp's Class
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Mr. Samuel P. Sharp, MS, TxBEI-III
Deaf Education - English & Reading
Room #s: 1715 & 1748 (Blue House)
1st Period - DE Reading
2nd Period - DE English
2nd Period - DE Basic RELA
3rd Period - DE Basic Math/DE Basic RELA
5th Period - DE Basic RELA
TUTORING SCHEDULE & VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS
Schedule subject to change. Email notifications will be sent out if any changes are made.
Tutoring is available before school by appointment only.
Have an "ALWAYS" attitude.
CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS & PROCEDURES
Classroom expectations will stem from the following core "ALWAYS" values in my classroom:
- Honesty - Always be honest. Tell the truth.
- Endurance/Enthusiasm - Always endure (Never give up!) and be enthusiastic (Stay motivated!).
- Respect - Always show respect. Treat others the way you want to be treated.
- On-Time - Always be punctual. Better yet, try to be early to everything.
All students will be given detailed instructions on the core values mentioned above in the H.E.R.O. matrix that will provide students the opportunity to self-manage and take ownership of their actions and choices.
Other general expectations:
- Be safe.
- Be neat.
- Be kind.
- Follow the student code of conduct.
First, students will be greeted at the door of the classroom.
Second, they will enter the classroom, and each student will have the opportunity to indicate their “Mental Health” status for the day under the following categories, depending on how they feel at that time:
Next, students will proceed to open seating (students’ choice until seating needs to be changed) where they will be prompted to a daily interactive journal activity.
Then, students will participate in daily discussions on an array of topics designed to teach and increase social skills.
Following that, students will participate in individual and group activities that will encourage growth and development in the areas of reading and writing skills.
Finally, students will typically have an exit activity to recap the day's lesson.