Parents meeting 1
Theme of the meeting: Organizational parent meeting in 10th grade
1. To get acquainted with parents of the newly created 10th form;
2. to acquaint the parents with the topics of parental meetings for the 2019-2020 school year;
3. to discuss issues related to academic activities, student appearance and behavior;
4. Conduct the election of the PTA;
5. Report on the work done by the class teacher of the 9a class for the 2018-2019 school year; conduct a diagnosis of the parents.
Form of the meeting: discussion club.
The course of the meeting.
2. Demonstration of folders with the materials of educational work in the 9th grade as a report on the work of the class teacher for 2-3 years (grades 7-9);
3. report on activities in which pupils of the 10th form took part in September of the current year;
4. announcement of goals and objectives of the 10th grade classroom teacher’s activities for the 2019-2020 school year
To promote a moral and psychological climate in the classroom and a favorable atmosphere for the intellectual, physical and spiritual and moral development of the students’ personality.
(There should be discipline and order in the classroom, a working environment to prepare for exams)
To study the peculiarities of each child’s development, state of health, emotional well-being.
To study the aptitudes, interests, areas of talents of the child, picking up a certain type of activity, where he/she can expect success.
Organize the life of the class in accordance with the children’s age-specific needs.
Develop class self-governance by encouraging children to be self-organized, responsible, and ready to make life decisions.
Assist future graduates in their professional self-determination and encourage them to make an informed choice of their profession.
Facilitate additional education for students through the system of clubs, clubs, sections, etc., which exist in the school.
To help pupils solve problems arising in relations with teachers, classmates and parents,
To help develop the basics of a culture of communication and building interpersonal relationships;
help students adapt to peers, gain acceptance, and achieve a satisfying social status.
Direct the self-education and self-development of the child’s personality.
Ensure parental involvement in the preparation and conduct of key educational activities in the classroom.
Memo for parents on fostering a culture of behavior in children
Don’t show your child ostentatious politeness and sensitivity. Very soon he will begin to imitate you and act that way toward you first.
Do not be rude and do not use foul language. Your habit will become your child’s habit.
Do not speak badly and disrespectfully about other people. If you show your child an example, expect that very soon he will say the same about you.
Be tactful with other people. This is a good lesson in kindness and humanity for your child.
Who do we consider to be well-mannered? Can everyone be considered well-mannered, educated, and cultured?
Education by itself does not predetermine well-manneredness, although it creates favorable conditions for it.
A person’s upbringing, his good manners, his respect for other people and for himself begin in childhood. A child is extremely imitative and assimilates the patterns of behavior that his family instills in him. If from day to day a child observes rudeness and rudeness, deceit and indifference, two-facedness and chameleonism, if a child learns to paint life only in black colors, no matter how hard the school and teachers try – it is difficult to help such a child live by the laws of good. The family must teach the child not only the laws of human existence, but also the laws of living together. The child should know when you can and should turn on and off the music in the house, how to behave in public places, how to conduct a conversation with a stranger, how to behave in transport, etc. Therefore we have to return to problems of human culture all the time, for life itself is built upon them.
4. Class preparation for the new school year (attitude of parents and children towards the request of the class teacher to prepare the class)
Keeping diaries. Parents’ review of their children’s diaries.
Appearance of pupils (assistance of parents in observing the dress code).
5. Questioning .
6. Familiarization of parents with the topics of parents’ meetings in the 10th grade, their approval:
2. Cycle “Moral Education of Children in the Family”:
(a) Rights and responsibilities of parents, rights and responsibilities of the child
(November, end of the first quarter)
b) The character of my child
(December-January, end of the first half of the year)
3. Cycle “Adolescents’ aptitudes and interests in choosing a profession”:
a) Pathways of self-affirmation for a 10th-grade adolescent
(March, end of the 3rd quarter)
b) How to raise a child’s self-confidence
(May, end of the 2nd half of the year)
7. Election of the Parents’ Committee
8. The result of the meeting.
9. Individual consultations with parents on the adaptation of children in the new class collective
10 . First meeting of the parents’ committee