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Communication Applications - Debate

mwilson8@aisd.net

 

Class Information    

Communication Applications

Communication Applications is a one semester course. This course is designed to make a difference between successful communication and unproductive, muddled messages. It provides choices that help students learn to make appropriate and effective communication choices in a wide variety of professional and social environments. Specific focus will be on:

  • Intrapersonal Communications
  • Interpersonal Communications
  • Listening Skills
  • Verbal Communication
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Group Communication
  • Public Speaking

Grading Rules

  • 60% Daily Average
  • 40%  Test Average

Tutoring Times

  • 7:00-7:20 on B-Days
  • 3:00-4:00 Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • Other times by appointment 

 

Debate

 

Grading Rules

  • 40% Classwork Average
  • 60% Test Average  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classes
2015-2016 Schedule

Room 2116
 

A Day B Day

1st Period

7:35-9:09

2nd Period

9:15-10:45

3rd Period

10:50-1:09

4th Period

1:15-2:45

5th Period

7:35-9:05

6th Period

9:11-10:41

7th Period

10:47-12:16

8th Period

1:15-2:45

PLC CommAppl  CommApp Debate CommAppl CommAppl CommAppl PLC

 


I am available to answer any questions that a parent should have, either by email (mwilson8@aisd.net) or by phone through the school receptionist at 682-867-8300. If a parent wishes to meet with me, please contact the counseling office to set up an appointment. 

Class Rules (all classes)

  1. Arrive on time with all necessary supplies.
  2. No electronics of any kind unless being used in an educational situation
  3. Demonstrate respect to everyone in the classroom.
  4. Obtain a pass before leaving the classroom. Passes are not available during the first or last 15 minutes of class.

 

Homework and Quiz Policy

Work that is completed on time is worth 100%. If it is turned in up to one class day late, it receives 70%.

Advance notice will be given for quizzes and tests. This means that even if a student is absent the day before the quiz or test, he is still expected to be ready for it when he returns. Quiz objectives may be retaken until the student is successful or the end of the six weeks.

Progress reports will be sent to all students at the beginning of the fourth week of each six weeks. In addition, a student’s grades are available to his parent or guardian through TEAMS. To register for this program, please contact the counselors’ office.

The best way to be successful in my class is to attend regularly, complete homework assignments consistently, and participate in class. Students are responsible for their grades, but I will do all in my power to give them the tools they need to be successful.

 

 Supply List
The following items should be brought every time:

  • Pencil and Pen
  • Ring binder

These are not necessary, but could come in handy:

  • Ruler 
  • Eraser
  • Colored pencils
  • Scissors

Make-up Work

If a student is absent from class, it is the student's responsibility to turn in any work missed and make arrangements for any tests or quizzes missed.  The student will have as many days as he was absent to make up the work.

 

   

 

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