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    Instructor: Paul Williams
    Room #: 311
    Conference: 8th Period 2:46-3:35/2:50-3:35/3:03-3:35
    Email: pwilliams@iisd1.org

    GENERAL: Welcome to 11th Grade World History! Topics such as Ancient Greece, the Renaissance and Reformation, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, and other topics will be covered.

    TEXTBOOK: Pearson Texas. World History.

    MATERIALS: One Box (1) of Tissues (Kleenex);

    Assorted Color Pencils used for map assignments;
    One spiral notebook used for DHF’s;
    Blue or black pens or pencils ONLY (No exceptions);
    One two-inch notebook with college or wide ruled notebook paper  

    CLASS RULES:
    1. Be in your seat with all needed supplies when the tardy bell rings.
    2. Do not talk when the teacher is talking.
    3. Respect your classmates and their property.
    4. No food or drink other than water is allowed in this classroom.
    5. All other school rules apply

    CONSEQUENCES:
    1st offense: verbal warning
    2nd offense: conference with student and/or seating change
    3rd offense: phone conversation with parent or conference
    4th offense: Referral to the office
    NOTE: For severe misbehavior, students may be sent directly to the principal

    GRADING POLICY: The grading policy of this class will be in accordance with IISD policy. All homework assignments and quizzes will be considered as daily grades worth 40% of your six-week grade. All exams and major projects will be worth 60% of your six-week grade. Students who fail an exam can make corrections to their exams within 72 hours after student notification of the failure for a maximum rescore of 70 on the exam. Corrections will be made in the classroom before or after school or during study skills period. There will be a large amount of notes taken in class. ALL students are expected to take thorough notes in order to learn the vast amount of information that will be covered throughout the school year.

    LATE WORK: All assignments turned in one day late will lose 10 points from the final grade. Assignments turned in two days late will lose 20 points from the final grade. Assignments turned in three days late will lose 30 points from the final grade. Anything turned in more than three days late will be accepted on a case by case basis and will have a grade of no higher than 50. I will NOT accept work that was assigned from a previous unit. To simplify this, I will not accept daily work if a test has been given over the material. All students are responsible to get missing assignments from the teacher.

    ABSENCES: For each excused absence, the student has two days to make up any missed assignments. Exceptions will be made for those students who have missed more than 4 consecutive days of school. Any absence acquired due to extra-curricular activities, students are expected to get their assignments before the absence.

    BATHROOM BREAKS: Students will be allowed 2 (TWO) bathroom breaks per six weeks. NO Exceptions without medical documentation.

     

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    Instructor: Paul Williams
    Room #: 311
    Conference: 8th Period 2:46-3:35/2:50-3:35/3:03-3:35
    Email: pwilliams@iisd1.org

    GENERAL: Welcome to Sports Medicine 1! Topics such as Thermal Injuries, Injuries to the Head, Neck, and Face, Injuries to the Shoulder Region, Injuries to the Knee, Ankle, and Foot, and other topics will be covered. SM 1 Students will work some practices/home games after school as a clinical course requirement for a Major Grade throughout the school year.

    TEXTBOOK: Concepts of Athletic Training, 7th Edition, by Pfeiffer, Mangus and Trowbridge.

    MATERIALS:
    One spiral notebook used for Chapter What If? Scenarios, Vocabulary, Review Questions, etc. Blue or black pens or pencils ONLY (No exceptions); and One (1) Box of Tissues (Kleenex). One two-inch notebook with college or wide ruled notebook paper.

    CLASS RULES:
    1. Be in your seat with all needed supplies when the tardy bell rings.
    2. Do not talk when the teacher is talking.
    3. Respect your classmates and their property.
    4. No food or drink other than water is allowed in this classroom.
    5. All other school rules apply.

    CONSEQUENCES:
    1st offense: verbal warning.
    2nd offense: conference with student and/or seating change.
    3rd offense: phone conversation with parent or conference.
    4th offense: Referral to the office.
    NOTE: For severe misbehavior, students may be sent directly to the principal.

    GRADING POLICY: The grading policy of this class will be in accordance with IISD policy. All homework assignments and quizzes will be considered as daily grades worth 40% of your six-week grade. All exams and major projects will be worth 60% of your six-week grade. Students who fail an exam can make corrections to their exams within 72 hours after student notification of the failure for a maximum rescore of 70 on the exam. Corrections will be made in the classroom before or after school or during study skills period. There will be a large amount of notes taken in class. ALL students are expected to take thorough notes in order to learn the vast amount of information that will be covered throughout the school year.

    LATE WORK: All assignments turned in one day late will lose 10 points from the final grade. Assignments turned in two days late will lose 20 points from the final grade. Assignments turned in three days late will lose 30 points from the final grade. Anything turned in more than three days late will be accepted on a case by case basis and will have a grade of no higher than 50. I will NOT accept work that was assigned from a previous unit. To simplify this, I will not accept daily work if a test has been given over the material. All students are responsible to get missing assignments from the teacher.

    ABSENCES: For each excused absence, the student has two days to make up any missed assignments. Exceptions will be made for those students who have missed more than 4 consecutive days of school. Any absence acquired due to extra-curricular activities, students are expected to get their assignments before the absence.

    BATHROOM BREAKS: Students will be allowed 2 (TWO) bathroom breaks per six weeks. NO Exceptions without medical documentation.

     

    “Doc” Williams’'

    Instructor: Paul Williams
    Room #: 311
    Conference: 8th Period 2:46-3:35/2:50-3:35/3:03-3:35
    Email: pwilliams@iisd1.org

    GENERAL: Welcome to Sports Medicine 2!

    Course Description:

    Sports Medicine 2 emphasizes the assessment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Subject matter will include discussion of specific conditions and injuries that may be experienced by individuals participating in athletic activities. In addition, the use of appropriate therapeutic modalities and exercise in the care and rehabilitation of injuries will be examined. Advanced concepts related to the administrative aspects of the sports medicine program will also be covered in this course. Students interested in health care careers in athletic training, physical therapy, medicine, exercise physiology, nursing, biomechanics, nutrition, psychology, and radiology will benefit from this course.

    1.      Students will be able to formulate a base of knowledge about the systems of the body.

    2.      Students will be able to evaluate injuries to various parts of the body.

    3.      Students will be able to choose correct treatment options for patients.

    4.      Students will be able to design a rehabilitation program for a specific injury.

    5.      Students will be able to document injury evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation.

    6.      Students will be able to recognize various general medical conditions in sports medicine.

    7.      Students will understand the correct and incorrect uses of pharmacological agents.

    8.      Students will develop technical skills associated with sports medicine.

    9.      Students will develop their own policies and procedures for an athletic training facility.

    10. Students will explore the role of the athletic trainer in promoting health maintenance practices.

    11. Students will investigate current topics in sports medicine.

    12. Students will debate legal and ethical issues in sports medicine.

    13. Students will develop the appropriate communication skills in order to interact in the sports medicine environment.

    14. Students will survey safety practices in sports medicine and health care.

    15. Students will study the role of technology in sports medicine.

    16. Students will research career pathways in sports medicine.

    TEXTBOOK: Concepts of Athletic Training, 7th Edition, by Pfeiffer, Mangus and Trowbridge and other resources used in an as needed basis.

    MATERIALS:
    One Box (1) of Tissues (Kleenex); Each student will need a notebook to take notes daily along with a folder or binder to keep all assignments. The final will be accumulative and it is highly recommended that you keep all tests for the semester.

    CLASS RULES:
    1. Be in your seat with all needed supplies when the tardy bell rings.
    2. Do not talk when the teacher is talking.
    3. Respect your classmates and their property.
    4. No food or drink other than water is allowed in this classroom.
    5. All other school rules apply.

    CONSEQUENCES:
    1st offense: verbal warning.
    2nd offense: conference with student and/or seating change.
    3rd offense: phone conversation with parent or conference.
    4th offense: Referral to the office.
    NOTE: For severe misbehavior, students may be sent directly to the principal.

    GRADING POLICY: The grading policy of this class will be in accordance with IISD policy. All homework assignments and quizzes will be considered as daily grades worth 40% of your six-week grade. All exams and major projects will be worth 60% of your six-week grade. Students who fail an exam can make corrections to their exams within 72 hours after student notification of the failure for a maximum rescore of 70 on the exam. Corrections will be made in the classroom before or after school or during study skills period. There will be a large amount of notes taken in class. ALL students are expected to take thorough notes in order to learn the vast amount of information that will be covered throughout the school year.

    LATE WORK: All assignments turned in one day late will lose 10 points from the final grade. Assignments turned in two days late will lose 20 points from the final grade. Assignments turned in three days late will lose 30 points from the final grade. Anything turned in more than three days late will be accepted on a case by case basis and will have a grade of no higher than 50. I will NOT accept work that was assigned from a previous unit. To simplify this, I will not accept daily work if a test has been given over the material. All students are responsible to get missing assignments from the teacher.

    ABSENCES: For each excused absence, the student has two days to make up any missed assignments. Exceptions will be made for those students who have missed more than 4 consecutive days of school. Any absence acquired due to extra-curricular activities, students are expected to get their assignments before the absence.

    BATHROOM BREAKS: Students will be allowed 2 (TWO) bathroom breaks per six weeks. NO Exceptions without medical documentation.

    Tutoring:

    Tutoring will be available upon request of a student. If a student would like tutoring they can set up a time and date to meet in the Field House or Gym training rooms before school to go over class material.

    Plagiarism:

    Plagiarism will not be tolerated at any time whether it is on a paper or homework assignment. If a student plagiarizes they will automatically receive a 50 on that assignment and will be instructed to redo the assignment for a maximum grade of a 70.