Mrs. Rebecca Millecam
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I graduated in 1976 with BS in Elementary/Special Ed. Currently, I have had the opportunity to have several years experience serving in Special Ed. My certification is in Cross Categorical with additional training and course work in Emotional Disorders and Other Health Impairment. I am married and have raised six children who have all completed their Bachelor's or Masters Degrees. Currently, I am teaching Special Ed/MOID at Mesa High School.
Welcome to a new school year at Mesa High! My name is Becky Millecam and I am looking forward to the opportunity of working with your student.
Course Description: Consumer Math is a course that will continue to build on math skills that your student has already acquired. A major focus of this course is to teach students math skills that will assist them in becoming independent in using their math skills in real world situations. Skills that may be addressed are: basic math computation, time, money, word problems, sequencing, and /or budgeting. Lessons will be designed to meet the individual skill level of each student.
Reading I: This course is designed to teach the Basic Sight Vocabulary Words, Edmark World of Work words and signs, reading comprehension and recognition of different types of books and materials to use to gain knowledge in daily living such as newspaper ads, flyers, pamphlets, etc.
Workplace Skills: Interviewing for a job, correct behavior on the job, communication skills, personal hygiene and appearance and self-help skills are all taught in this class to help the student transition into adult life.
Grading: Students are graded on participation, homework, attitude, personal effort and co-operation to succeed on daily learning tasks.
Homework will be assigned on a nightly basis, Monday through Thursday night. Students will be given 2 home chores to complete in an effort to teach students to take personal responsibility for home tasks. Also, one chore can be counted if 15 minutes of reading with a parent is completed each night.
Becky Millecam Phone: 480-472-5716