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  • Career Investigations A/C(Architecture construction)  Mr. Ketnick Grades 7 and 8

     

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     INFORMATION ON ZOOM TIMES AND CONNECTIONS  IS ON THE INDIVIDUAL GOOGLE CLASSROOM SITES. ( Students must log into zoom using their First and Last names.  No nicknames.)

                 

     
    Feel free to e-mail me @ dketnick@scuc.txed.net

    Phone number: (210) 619-4100 ext 1468                                          Guidance Counselors codes:

    SITES WHICH MAY BE OF SOME ASSISTANCE:                                                              7th Grade:   meurltm

    1. STUDENT RESOURCE SITE:  https://bit.ly/scucstudent                                           8th Grade:    qyh2xx5

    2. PARENT RESOURCE SITE:   https://bit.ly/scucparent


        

    Welcome to the multi-disciplined course titled Career investigations. While many activities are new to you, many others remain the same.  You will be working on your own and in groups, both can be challenging and rewarding at the same time. You'll not only design, plan and build your own project, as well as a group house framing project,  and will have the added benefit of the pride of accomplishment,  using the skills you've learned and mastered in this course.  Remember, most lab supplies are provided, however, specialty items are your responsibility. I hope you find this phase of class to be fulfilling and a place where you can use your creativity,while exposing you to different careers in this area.   Enjoy!

    Class Schedule: 1st,2nd,3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th periods Career Investigation classes, B-Lunch, 5thnd period Conference,  ( tutoring available remotely from 3:20 pm, thru 3:45 pm).
     
    Grading Policy:  Projects/Research Papers/Tests (summative) 50%, Individual working grades, quizzes, class work ( formative) 50%.  
     
    Assignments/Pacing:  When in physically in the lab, this is an individually paced course, home work is not normally be assigned,(except remote learning). All work is normally accomplished during class time. Remote assignments will have suspense/due dates assigned.
     
    Supplies required:  A spiral or composition type note book or a file system to keep covered information, 1/4 inch graph paper, ruler and pencils (Used as a reference document during all exams, with the exception of the safety exam.)
     
    Classroom Expectations
    Participation:
    • active listening in all school situations/ individual research and inquiry, during remote learning situations.
    • contribution of ideas and thoughts
    • raising of hand to offer input
    • cooperation with all classmates

    Behavior:
    • show enthusiasm! You are in charge of your success.
    • friendliness and respect for others
    • put forth a BEST effort
    • respect yourself, others, and property
     
    No student has the right to interfere or disrupt the learning situation of anyone else.