World History School year 2022-23 Periods 1, 2, 6 and 7
Ms. Momberg Rm 214
Period 3, 5 Resource and Prep testing periodMeet link
Tenth-grade students will work on understanding the aspects of the World History Impact book through reading and studying the text and reviewing material with videos on Nearpod, History Channel, and Kahoot. Writing short projects.
Students have some flexibility with assignment dates, but all work must be completed by the grading window unless other arrangements have been made with the teacher.
Students will be working regularly through multi-media and using Google classroom and electronic media to read, write, and access most materials, so having their assigned Chromebook is a campus requirement.
Student classwork and homework will be posted and completed by electronic means. Late or incomplete work will be accepted only if the student makes arrangements before or after class to complete an assignment or if there is another valid reason. (IEP, illness, etc)
Make up for absences. Students have a day for each excused day, it is the student's responsibility to ask for makeup work. The teacher's decision for any other type of absence: Chronic truancy, suspension, etc...
Classroom standards: See separate attachment
Tutoring is generally available before or after school M-Th except for Wed/Fri after school. For about 45 mins or by appointment. See the teacher’s office hours. Check your period on the school schedule.
Campus daily schedule see Saddleback website
My weekly schedule:
Period 1 Sped World History
Period 2 Sped World History
Period 3 Resource- Sped IEP meetings/Meet with the caseload
Period 4 Lunch
Period 5 Prep
Period 6 Collab GE World History
Period 7 Sped World History
Tutorial session: offered by appointment
I have periods 3, 5 as testing and prep periods. I schedule parent and IEP meetings for these periods.
Please feel free to contact me using my email Julie.Momberg@sausdlearns.net or parent square or call the office to leave me a message.