m glad to have you as a new student in my class. There are a few things I think you should know about the class first.
Hand in your homework and blue book.
Prepare pens or pencils and paper.
Put away toys and food.
Sit quietly in your seat. Be ready to work.
Sit quietly and wait for instructions.
Raise your hand to answer questions.
Raise your hand if you need anything. Do not yell
Teacher! Teacher! Teacher!
t speak when others are speaking!
End of Class / Breaks
Clean your desk area. Put away your things.
Sit quietly and wait to be called to line up.
t make noise in the hallway! There are other classes in progress.
Note: All of our breaks are in-class breaks. Students may
play outside the classroom or in the hallway.
Bring papers and pens and pencils to class.
Speak as much English as possible. Raise your hand to answer questions.
Do not speak when others are speaking.
Always sit quietly and wait for instructions. Do not eat food in class. Do not bring toys to class.
If someone needs help
. If you need help
Note: Our classes are not strictly English-only. I believe Chinese has a place in the classroom. Unfortunately it is also the source of 99% of ourdiscipline problems. Students are strongly encouraged to speak only English whenever possible!
I expect students to try their best. I expect students to work hard and to do their own work. I expect students to help each other
not criticizeone another.
I expect students to make mistakes. Mistakes are fine. We can correct mistakes. We can learn from our mistakes.
I expect a lot of apples from students on Teacher
Renato Ganoza for EF Zhengzhou, 2010