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Mr. Mayer- Northwest Jr. High
Pre-Algebra Online Text Phone: 319-688-1060
Website: www.bigideasmath.com
Username palgebra7003 E-mail: mayer.bj@iowacityschools.org
Password NWVikings17
Expectations
Students must have all required materials in order to fully participate in classroom activities. Students are expected to supply their own pencils, 3-ring binder, lined paper, and calculator (TI-30XIIS preferred). These materials, along with their math book and student planner should be brought each day to class.
In order to maximize learning, it is important to start class on time. When the bell rings, students are expected to be in their seats with proper materials on their desk, and working on the warm up exercises. Students will be counted tardy unless they have a pass if they are not in their room when the bell rings. For excessive tardiness, consult the student handbook.
Students are expected to be attentive, cooperative, considerate, and remain on task during instructional time. One of the most important aspects of junior high is developing good habits needed for future success in school, on the job, and in life.
Use of the restroom, drinking fountain, locker, etc. should be taken care of outside of class time. However, I will generally honor the assignment notebook passes when used responsibly. The assignment notebook is required for all classes. If you dont have your passes, and absolutely must leave class, you will be expected to make up time before or after school.
Students are expected to follow school policy as outlined in the school handbook in regards to food, drink, cell phones, and other personal devices. During a green zone in the room, students may use devices. In a red zone during class, devices will be confiscated and turned into the office if they are out in the classroom.
Absences
It is the students responsibility to find out about make up work when absent from the class. The best time to do this is before school. I am generally in my classroom by 8:15 a.m. Students may also check Power School or my website, which will also have the daily homework assignments on them.
Students will have twice the number of days missed to get work made up.
If an absence is anticipated for sports, music, leadership, or other planned extracurricular activity, students are expected to check in prior to missing class when possible. By checking in they should correct work that is due that day, get the next days assignment, and make arrangements to make up class activities if necessary.
Students will not be allowed to miss tests and quizzes for music lessons, student council, etc. (Special arrangements can be made ahead of time to avoid a conflict. I will always sign the lesson excuse form even if it was the student that chose to stay in class. Generally, if you miss class one day, you shouldnt miss again the next day for a lesson.
Daily Homework Grading
Homework will be given almost daily and is always due the next day at the beginning of class unless announced otherwise. Homework must be done in pencil with work shown when necessary. Students should label their paper using their full name, the lesson number, and the problems in the upper right hand corner. They should also organize their paper as modeled in class leaving a space between problems, showing their work when applicable, and putting a box around their final answer. If specific directions are given for steps to be shown in students work, they must be followed in order to receive credit. Understanding, organizing, and communicating the process of a solution is as important as the final answer.
Homework correction will occur each time there is an assignment. I will assign a total of 5 points for each homework assignment. Students will get 2 points for completing the entire assignment, 1 point for half completed, and 0 points for not completing it. I will also ask students to copy down 3 answers from the homework assignment on a separate sheet that will be turned in. I will grade each of the 3 problems every day and award 1 point for each correct answer.
Late Work- On daily assignments (textbook and worksheets) one day late is half credit while up to one week late is 25%. Anything after a week is no credit. We may have 1 or 2 projects assigned this year.
Test and Quiz Procedures
Tests and quizzes are designed to be completed during the time frame of one class period. Extra time can be granted for students with a special need, but arrangements must be made in advance of the test or quiz so it can be completed during the course of a single school day. In order to earn this accommodation, students must keep up with homework and generally remain on task in class.
Students may re-take 1 test per trimester. Students must do review work from the teacher to be able to re-take the test. The student will get the average score of the 2 tests. (Example 1st test score 20, 2nd test score 40, average score recorded 30).
Quizzes may be announced or unannounced.
Grading
Percentages needed to qualify for each grade are as follows
97% - 100% A+
93% - 96.999% A
90% - 92.999% A-
87% - 89.999% B+
83% - 86.999% B
80% - 82.999% B-
77% - 79.999% C+
73% - 76.999% C
70% - 72.999% C-
67% 69.999% D+
63% - 66.999% D
60% - 62.999% D-
0% - 59.999% F
Grades will be weighted so 65% of the final grade is a reflection of testing and quiz scores and 35% from other areas (assignments and possible projects).
Units of Study
Unit 1 Integers
Unit 2 Rational Numbers
Unit 3 Expressions and Equations
Unit 4 Inequalities
Unit 5 Ratios and Proportions
Unit 6 Percents
Unit 7 Constructions and Scale Drawings
Unit 8 Circles and Area
Unit 9 Surface Area and Volume
Unit 10 Probability and Statistics
Unit 11 Transformations
Unit 12 Angles and Triangles
Unit 13 Graphing and Writing Linear Equations
Unit 14 Real Numbers and the Pythagorean Theorem
Unit 15 Volume and Similar Solids
Unit 16 Exponents and Scientific Notation
Iowa Core
Domain Descriptor
Number and Quantity Analyze Proportional Relationships
Perform Rational Number Operations
Perform Real Number Operations
Use Radicals and Integer Exponents
Algebra Generate Equivalent Expressions
Solve Problems Using Linear Equations
Solve Problems Using Inequalities
Geometry Understand Geometric Relationships
Understand Similarity
Solve Problems Involving Angles
Solve Problems Involving Surface Area
Solve Problems Involving Volume
Statistics and Probability Analyze and Compare Populations
Find Probabilities of Events
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Parent/Guardian Signature
Please sign below to indicate that you have read the Expectations, Absences, Daily Homework Grading, Test & Quiz Procedures, Year Long Grading, and Units of Study. Return to Mr. Mayer.
Parent Signature____________________________________________________________________________
Student Signature___________________________________________________________________________
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