• Mr. Marino
     
    David Marino
    Room E2
    9th, 10th, and 11th Grade English
     
     
    Phone: 540-332-3926




    Fall 2020
    Schedule & Links to Google Classroom Resources
    B1: English 10 with Wykes & Marino -- Google Classroom Code: bgdxjoy
    B2:  English 10 with Birkel-Keaton & Marino -- Google Classroom Code: txzpg45

    B3:  English 11 Honors with Marino -- Google Classroom Code: 5zvki2f

    B4: Planning



    Important Files & Links

    Block 1 English 10 Syllabus: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1b95gTwlEAczJWNEbz7mrDipW0ejfvBybN1NCLfKwqlk/edit?usp=sharing

    Block 2 English 10 Syllabus: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VQdanmKa0FlTQHm6EgpdM5gLbJjIVc0MU6KfqF-CywQ/edit?usp=sharing

    Block 3 English 11 Honors Syllabus: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HRw4KQI-H-RTT6xIrj7xHMrHdCjF1Kycq5S0rVllqRw/edit?usp=sharing

     

    Remote Learning Expectations & Procedures

    Academic Expectations and Policies:

      1. Google Classroom- Google classroom will be updated daily and contains information related to homework assignments and classwork.  Please make sure that you check this site each day in order to ensure that you have the most updated information.  
      2.  Essay and Project Submission- All written submissions will be submitted in Google Classroom.
      3. Academic Organizational System- Students will create and maintain an English 10 Portfolio in their Google Drive. 
      4. Plagiarism Cheating and plagiarism* are serious  offenses.  Cheating  or  plagiarizing on any school assignment or assessment will result in an automatic zero and appropriate disciplinary action. Please see the school policy for discipline measures resulting from academic dishonesty. *Any time you submit ideas, writings, or works from another source and present them as your own, you are guilty of plagiarism.
      5. Zoom - Students will be logged in to Zoom on synchronous days (Tues-Fri) no later than the start of class with video turned on and microphone muted. Students should unmute the microphone when contributing to class discussions, answering questions, etc. See graphic on Zoom expectations at the end of the syllabus.

     

    Synchronous and Asynchronous Days

    1. Synchronous Days - Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday, and Fridays will be synchronous, meaning the lesson will be presented live on Zoom (link in Google Classroom). All students are expected to be logged in by the start of class and to actively participate in learning.
    2. Asynchronous Days - Mondays will be asynchronous, meaning there will be no live video instruction and no need to log into Zoom. On these days, check Google Classroom for introductory assignments to complete on your own, work on any missing assignments, or email the teacher for help.

     Behavioral Expectations and Policies

    1. Participation- Students will participate actively and meaningfully in class activities and discussions.
    2. Attendance Policy- Attendance will be taken each day of synchronous/online learning.  Students are expected to attend ALL of their classes virtually (Tuesday-Friday).
    3. Electronic/ Mobile Devices and Earbuds/ Headphones- Upon entering the class, students should place their electronic devices away and out of sight. Personal mobile devices should remain away unless students are told to use them.  
    4. Dress Code- Students are required to abide by the school’s dress code during class time.
    5. Classroom Rule- Students will show respect for themselves, others, and the learning environment.

     

    Grading Expectations

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1689ROTGvkeb_dRABcEQa3ku3uc2GfaPDoGZFAU6JlKE/edit?usp=sharing

     

     Materials List

    • School-issued Chromebook & hotspot (or personal computer and internet access)
    • Writing Utensil:  Pens (Black or Blue ink only) and/or Pencils
    • Loose-Leaf Paper (for taking notes, drawing organizers, etc.)
    • Independent Reading Book (for when you finish early on synchronous days)
    • 3-Ring Binder with Dividers (suggested for organization but not required)
Last Modified on August 23, 2020