Follow-up questions (involving teamwork, cooperation, and creativity)
Vocabulary and identification words Large-scale group projects
Worksheets Writing papers(includes written responses to videos shown)
Academic dishonesty is considered a serious offense and will involve parents being notified each time a violation is reported to a principal. Academic dishonesty and plagiarism occur in many situations and will absolutely NOT be tolerated. Academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to unauthorized copying any section of any assignment or assessment. (Both the individual “copying” homework AND THE STUDENT WHO GIVES ANOTHER THEIR COMPLETED HOMEWORK are considered to be in violation).Plagiarism, improper or illegal downloading of information from the Internet, CD ROM programs, and any misrepresentation of work not completed by the student is also considered academic dishonesty and consequences will be strictly enforced. Consequences will be a failing grade for the assignment or assessment and may include detention, Saturday school, reverse suspension, and out-of-school suspension. Repeat violations of academic dishonesty individually and collectively may result in a failing grade for the quarter and/or removal from the class for the year with a failing grade. Consequences will be strictly enforced.