On Back-to-School night students in our United States History class, were told to tell their parents a few things. Also one really important thing. They were told to sleep a minimum of 8 hours. Students should have mentioned the agenda check with parents and receive handwritten initials for the last 4 weeks. The new social contract should be followed everywhere. Students are to keep improving and growing the teenage mind [pre-frontal cortex]. They were told to show and discuss the interactive notebooks and explain input and outputs.
There is never a time when they do not have homework for Mr. Culbertson’s class. Only a few students ever get so far ahead of the class so their interactive notebook and is ready to turn it in early. Many elements of a great notebook are unlikely completed early. It does not have to be called homework, or that we always have homework. It can be said, we always have something new to learn and study to remember! Each class day is best if they have time to help you. Try to keep using study buddies and pair-share partners. Remember the output shows what you are thinking. It shows what important ideas you have processed. This is to let the reader know what important key learnings are so very important to your own studies.