First Class Homework
This first grade homework unit allows you to customize your homework packets each week and easily send them home for distance learning! You can quickly search for the skills you need, print, staple and send them home!
first class homework
This unit includes an editable newsletter to send home each week, as well as 30 weeks worth of homework for each of the following subjects. Each subject also includes a table of contents so you can quickly find the skill and page you want to print!
This unit is designed to be customizable for you and your students! While each page is NOT editable, there is a blank editable page for you to create whatever you may need that week. You are easily able to flip through and find the skills you need quickly for your class.
Behind the weekly newsletter I send home different homework pages based on all sorts of factors. I like having options!!!! I made at least one page for each topic I teach throughout the year. Also, I have never been a fan of longgggg homework. I find that it is too overwhelming and I think students just need *quick* reinforcing practice each night so that played a big role in the way I set up my homework. You can see a little more about the homework pages below.
If you think this type of first grade homework might be for you or you want to try and switch it up this year, go ahead and take a closer look at some of the pages in my unit by clicking the unit below and downloading the preview!
Welcome to Susan Jones Teaching! I have been in primary education for over 10 years now. I have a B.S. in Elementary Education and Childhood Psychology as well as an M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston University. When I am not running around with my two little boys, I am cooking, drinking coffee and shopping online (usually at the same time). I hope you'll spend some time looking around my site as I share my ideas, resources, and experiences from the classroom!Learn More About Susan Jones Teaching >
We have classified RWU Law classes under the following headers. One of the following course types will be attached to each course which will allow students to narrow down their search while looking for classes.
Information about homework for your State Class can be found below. If you are attending a class in a state other than your own, you will need to do the homework for the state where you are attending, not the state where you live. For example, you live in Idaho but are attending the Washington class, you should do the homework for Washington.
If you are attending TeenPact Nebraska, please complete the homework below for your respective class. If you are attending a class in a state other than your own, you will need to do the homework for the state where you are attending, not the state where you live. For example, if you live in Nebraska but are attending the Kansas class, you should do the homework for Kansas.
Hey Catherine! I have used your un-hw the past couple years and am just curious as to what made you change from the tickets to a board without the reward. I LOVE your idea of having parents share the photos from home and posting them for others to see!!! I do not have or know much about twitter but could probably do this on our class app instead. Thank you for all your hard work and the time you put in to making the homework meaningful AND fun!
For the first day of class (Tues. 1/17), please read the environmental law news stories below. Collectively, these selections will give you an early snapshot of the wide-ranging issues, themes, and challenges for environmental law and policy, historically and looking to the future as the field continues to evolve.
Please prepare for class by (1) carefully reading each selection (print and mark-up if you have printer access) and (2) sketch and be ready to discuss your responses to the questions below for each of the readings:
3. Constitutional law is fascinating and challenging, and it goes to the very bedrock of who we are as Americans. I welcome and encourage respectful and civil discussion based on all viewpoints in our class setting. Be thoughtful, analytical, and civil, like lawyers, not political partisans.
Note: We will proceed through the textbook reading in order. If a statute or other authority is cited in the Treatise, and can be found in the Supplement, please read the full version in the Supplement (for example references in the Treatise readings to the Delaware General Corporate Law ("DGCL")). I will provide other materials (handouts, etc.) periodically. Please read the assigned reading before attending the class under which it is listed.
There is no assigned reading for 20 January. I will not be teaching that day. Instead, Stan Hazlett, long-time Kansas Disciplinary Administrator will be lecturing to you on the disciplinary process. Nobody knows it better. The first class I will teach will be on 27 January. We will cover Unit 1 of the readings in the syllabus on that day. In person classes will focus on going over the Rules in the Kansas and Missouri Rules of Professional Conduct, both of which are available free online. I will generally not cover cases and opinions in class, but these are covered in detail in the recorded lectures which you should watch each week.
Having me as your professor comes with advantages and disadvantages. The advantages are that I have been teaching and writing about professional responsibility for four decades. The disadvantages concern my health and what I must ask of you. As you will learn when we meet, I am disabled, use a wheelchair, and have limited use of my legs and my hands. I suffer from a rare, genetic autoimmune disease that causes the growth of tumors in various parts of my body and destroys nerves and muscles as they grow. Hence, the wheelchair. This disease also causes me to be immune compromised. If I get Covid, it is a very bad thing. I have already had it once and am still dealing with some of the long-term effects. I do not want to get it again, if at all possible. Therefore, I ask that you all wear a mask when we are in class, if you are willing to do so, and I very much hope that you are to protect me, I will supply new N95 masks to you. Initially, you can get an N95 mask from the front office. They will always have a supply of masks for you.
I also ask that you please sit in the back of Room 203 during class, so that we can maintain a reasonable distance between us. When the weather is good, we will meet outside on the lawn, if the class is comfortable with that. I will thank you all in advance for taking these precautions to keep me healthy.
Finally, if you are not feeling well, please stay home. If you miss class, I will meet with you either by telephone or zoom and bring you up to date. We will also be doing Zoom review sessions some evenings, so you will not fall behind. Sick days will not count as absences.
I will schedule review sessions on Zoom several times during the semester, just to help you with the material we have covered and to answer any questions you may have that did not get answered in class.I thank you all in advance for taking these precautions to keep me healthy.
1. The completion of homework prior to attending an in-person course. Proof of completed homework must be brought to the in-person course. The homework can take several hours to complete.
Due to COVID, most DEC offices are closed to the public. Call the office if you need to pick up course materials. Find a DEC Wildlife Office near you.You can also request a hard copy be mailed to you by calling1-888-486-8332.You must bring the completed homework worksheet to your in-person course.
Students must complete the required homework, attend all sessions of the course, demonstrate proper attitude and safety, and pass a final exam of 50 questions. After successful completion of the course, students will receive a Hunter Education Certificate of Qualification, which is required for purchasing a first-time hunting license in New York State.
Find a DEC Wildlife Office near you.You can also request a hard copy be mailed to you by calling 1-888-486-8332.You must bring the completed homework worksheet to your in-person course.
Students must complete required homework, attend all sessions of the course, demonstrate proper attitude and safety, and pass a final exam of 40 questions. After successful completion of the course, students will receive a Bowhunter Education Certificate of Qualification, which is required in addition to a hunting license or hunter education certificate for purchasing a first-time bowhunting privilege in New York State.
Due to COVID, most DEC offices are closed to the public. Call the office if you need to pick up course materials.Find a DEC Wildlife Office near you.You can also request a hard copy be mailed to you by calling1-888-486-8332.You must bring the completed homework worksheet to your in-person course.
If you are certified through the home study course, you can still take an in-person course to get hands-on experience. You must register for an in-person course, but you can show the instructor your home study certificate in place of the required in-person course homework.
There are no age restrictions to take the Trapper Education Course. The student must be able to complete the required homework and the in-person course, and pass the written test with no more help then having the test questions read to them if needed.(Note: Anyone over the age of 12 must purchase a trapping license to trap in New York. Those under the age of 12 may assist a licensed trapper without possessing a trapping license, as long as the person they are assisting is their parent, legal guardian, or person age 18 or older designated in writing with at least 3 years of trapping experience.)