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Mrs. Sweat's Honors Algebra I Syllabus for Germantown High School

Mrs. Sweat's Honors Algebra I Syllabus for Germantown High School

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  • 1. Honors Algebra I
    Mrs. Sweat
  • 2. Course Description
    The setting up of equations in a wide range of situations
    The use of :
    • a variety of methods to solve equations
    • 3. problem solving
    • 4. representation
    • 5. reasoning and proof
    • 6. language and communication
    • 7. connections both within and outside mathematics
    This course includes: 
    The use of symbolic reasoning to:
    represent mathematical situations
    express generalizations
    study relationships among quantities
    he use of functions to:
    represent and model problem situations
    analyze and interpret relationships
  • 8.
    • A 1-inch 3 ring notebook
    • 9. Loose leaf notebook paper
    • 10. At least 4 notebook dividers
    • 11. A pad of graph paper
    • 12. Mechanical pencils (with lead)
    • 13. A red pen (for checking their own work)
    • 14. A highlighter
    • 15. A dry-erase marker
    • 16. A scientific calulater
    Materials Needed
  • 17. Grading Procedure
    Assessments
    Grading
    Recording Student Progress
  • 18. Tests—given at the end of each chapter
    Quizzes—given as they fit the curriculum
    Class Work/Presentations/Computer Lab—given as they fit the curriculum
    Homework/Assignments/Warm-up—given DAILY (even on weekends!); checked for completeness and effort, students check their own work for accuracy.  (Any problems with homework/assignments are addressed in class when we go over it.)
    A. Assessments
  • 19. B. Grading
  • 20.  Letter grades are assigned at the end of each quarter based on the District grading scale, as follows:
    B. Grading
  • 21. Extra Credit:
    There will be additional HW and test questions available with each assessment for extra credit.
    HW extra credit will be turned in separately from the the homework, and will be graded for accuracy.
    No additional extra credit will be offered to any students. There are NO exceptions.
  • 22. All of my grades are recorded both in my grade book, and on the computer grade book program: PowerSchool.  Students may know their averages upon request. Parents and students may also access their grades at any time using the PowerSchool Portal.
    A folder will be maintained in the classroom for each student.  Disciplinary actions (e.g. referrals), and parent contact information will be kept in those folders.
    Other means of recording and reporting student grades and progress include interim progress reports, quarterly report cards, teacher’s discipline log, periodic student and teacher conferences, teacher and parent conferences, notes home, and telephone calls to parents (positive and negative).
    C. Recording Student Progress
  • 23. Make-Up Policies
    It is the student’s responsibility to gather all make-up work and complete it in a timely manner (within 5 days of his/her return to school). 
    Students are allowed to make up work from excused absences only. 
    Generally tests and quizzes that need to be made up will not be done during class time.  Please arrange to make up tests or quizzes after 2:00 pm or during 2nd period if at all possible.
  • 24. Extra Assistance
    Available by appointment, daily—2nd period or after school.
    It is the student’s responsibility to let me know if he/she needs to come for extra help. 
    It is very important that a student does not fall behind, because it is often very difficult to catch up.  Please ask for help before you get behind.
  • 25. Attendance and Tardy Policies:
    Each student is expected to be in class every day on time! 
    Attendance and tardy policies are listed and explained in the student agenda book.  (“ON TIME” means in your seat, ready to start when the bell rings.  It does NOT mean running into the room as the bell is ringing!)
    If a student is not in his/her seat when the bell rings, they will be required to pick-up and fill out their own tardy slip and return to me immediately.
    Tardy slips are turned in to administrators daily, and punishment will be followed through according to school procedure.
    Refusal to fill out and sign a tardy slip results in immediate disciplinary action.
  • 26. Communication with Parents
    Parents can contact me at any time via:
    Email: msweat@scsk12.org
    Phone Call: 756-2350
    Parents are informed via:
    Interim Progress Reports
    Report Cards
    Parent Conferenced, as needed