Curriculum night 2011 12

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Curriculum night 2011 12

  1. 1. Welcome to North Gwinnett MS<br />Mrs. Evans <br />6th Grade Math & Science<br />e-mail: krista_evans@gwinnett.k12.ga.us<br />Website:<br />http://gcps-kristaevans.onmycalendar.com/<br />mskristaevans.wordpress.com <br />
  2. 2. Team 21 Schedule<br />Monday/Friday Schedule<br />Homeroom: 8:55-9:20<br />1st Academic: 9:20-10:20<br />2nd Academic/RR: 10:20-11:50<br />Lunch: 10:53-11:19<br />Connection A: 11:50-12:40<br />Connection B: 12:40-1:30<br />Lockers/Bulldog Pride 1:30-2:05<br />3rd Academic: 2:05-3:00<br />4th Academic: 3:00-4:00<br />Homeroom/Lockers/Dismissal: 4:00<br />
  3. 3. Team 21 Schedule<br />Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday Schedule<br /> Homeroom: 8:55-9:20<br />1st Academic: 9:20-10:27<br />2nd Academic/RR: 10:27-12:05<br />Lunch: 11:19-11:44<br />Connection A: 12:05-12:55<br />Connection B: 12:55-1:45<br />Lockers/3rd Academic: 1:45-2:54<br />4th Academic: 2:54-4:00<br />Homeroom/Lockers/Dismissal 4:00<br />
  4. 4. Math & Science Department Grading Policy<br />Grading Policy<br />Summative Assessments.....45%<br />Formative Assessments…….35%<br />Homework…………………………5%<br />Interim………………………………5%<br />Final…………………………………10%<br /> Grading ScaleA=> 90-100 B=> 80-89 <br />C=> 74-79 D=> 70-73 U=> 69 or less <br /> <br />Promotion Requirements<br /> <br />Please note that 6th grade math must be passed both semesters for promotion to 7th grade. If one semester is passed but not the other, summer school will be required for promotion.<br />Reteach/Retake Policy<br />Students must attend scheduled reteach/retake sessions which will be posted on teacher websites when each unit test is given. Students must attend the reteach in order to retake a test.<br />
  5. 5. Tutoring Day<br />Tuesday & Wednesday Mornings @ 8:00. <br />Students will be receiving a pass this week that will get taped in their agenda. <br />
  6. 6. Retests/Retakes<br />Students may retake any test in any subject as long as:<br /><ul><li>All HW and CW is complete for that unit
  7. 7. Attend reteach before school</li></li></ul><li>Team 21 <br />Technology- Wiki spaces to build online portfolios, tiers that include technology<br />Collaboration-Labs/projects with team input, each individual will always have their own score<br />Creative Thinking- Open ended questions, inquiry/discovery before lesson, thinking “outside the box,” understanding why vs memorizing<br />Integrating subjects-some projects will include more than 1 subject<br />
  8. 8. Team 21 Units<br />Quarter 1: Community<br />Quarter 2: NGMS Pillars<br />Quarter 3: Health<br />Quarter 4: Change<br />
  9. 9. Math<br />
  10. 10. Accelerated Math Curriculum<br />First Semester<br /><ul><li>Number Theory
  11. 11. Order of Operations
  12. 12. Square Roots
  13. 13. Scientific Notation
  14. 14. Integers (all operations)
  15. 15. Probability
  16. 16. Analyzing Data
  17. 17. Fractions (all operations)
  18. 18. Ratios and Proportions
  19. 19. Rational Numbers (all operations)
  20. 20. Rules for patterns and sequences
  21. 21. Solving Equations whole numbers, decimals, and fractions
  22. 22. Evaluate expressions
  23. 23. Direct Variation</li></ul>Second Semester<br /><ul><li>Fractions, decimals, percents
  24. 24. Tax, tip, discounts, etc.
  25. 25. Using proportions
  26. 26. Scale drawing
  27. 27. Scale factor
  28. 28. Line and rotational symmetry
  29. 29. Three dimensional figures
  30. 30. Similar and congruent
  31. 31. Using formulas to find perimeter, area, volume, and surface area of three dimension
  32. 32. Measurement Customary and Metric
  33. 33. 7th and 8th grade AKS on data and probability</li></li></ul><li>Standard Math Curriculum<br />First Semester<br /><ul><li>Order of Operations
  34. 34. Prime Factorization
  35. 35. Solving equations
  36. 36. Decimals
  37. 37. Interpreting data, tables, and graphs
  38. 38. Greatest Common Factor and Least common multiple
  39. 39. Fractions
  40. 40. Proportions
  41. 41. Problems Solving</li></ul>Second Semester<br /><ul><li> Scale drawings
  42. 42. Line and point symmetry
  43. 43. Area, perimeter, and volume
  44. 44. Metric conversions
  45. 45. Interepret 3D geometric figures
  46. 46. Surface Area
  47. 47. Probability
  48. 48. Solving problems in the form of y=kx
  49. 49. Integers</li></li></ul><li>A typical day in Ms. Evan’s Math Class……<br />
  50. 50. Monday, August 15th<br /><ul><li>Happy Monday!
  51. 51. Complete Warm Up
  52. 52. Write down Homework
  53. 53. Turn in goal Sheet</li></ul>Warm Up<br />Find the missing number in each prime factorization<br />120 2. 100<br />2 x 3 x _____ 4 x ____<br />
  54. 54. Corny Joke of the Day<br />Why did Max walk backwards to School?<br />Because it was back to school day<br />
  55. 55. The Only Instruction……<br />Try to find a relationship/pattern with your numbers<br />
  56. 56. Table of Contents<br />Date: 8/11<br />Section 4-2<br />Title: Prime Factorization<br />Page: 5-8 <br />
  57. 57. Vocab<br /><ul><li>Whole numbers that are multiplied to find a product are called factors of that product.
  58. 58. A number is divisible by its factors.</li></ul>2<br />6<br />3<br />6<br />2<br />3<br />=<br />÷<br />=<br />6 is divisible by 3 and 2.<br />3<br />6<br />÷<br />2<br />=<br />Factors<br />Product<br />
  59. 59. Materials and Online Textbook<br />Math: Holt Online: http://my.hrw.com<br />User Name: kevans1024 <br />Password: onlinetb<br />
  60. 60. Homework<br />Grade on completion. Did they truly try all the Problems (0, 50, 100) for that day.<br />To receive full credit, they must show ALL WORK<br />The homework grades are taken on a weekly basis<br />They may hand in homework up until Test day for ½ credit <br />If there were 4 assignments and they didn’t complete 1 of them, they would receive 75% of a weekly grade.<br />It’s 5% of the grade <br />Responsibility & Effort<br />
  61. 61. Classwork<br /> Anything completed in class <br /> It’s counted as Formative assessment (35%)<br />I do accept late work<br />10 points off for everyday it’s late <br />
  62. 62. Science <br />
  63. 63. Accelerated Science Curriculum<br />First Semester<br /><ul><li>Classify rocks by formation
  64. 64. Explain rock cycle
  65. 65. Describe Earth’s geologic history
  66. 66. Fossils
  67. 67. Energy sources
  68. 68. Conserving energy
  69. 69. Layers of the Earth
  70. 70. Weathering
  71. 71. Erosion
  72. 72. Deposition
  73. 73. Soil
  74. 74. Volcanoes & Earthquakes
  75. 75. River Systems
  76. 76. Effects of Human activity on the Earth
  77. 77. Plate Tectonics</li></ul>Second Semester<br /><ul><li> Water Cycle
  78. 78. Earth’s major water sources
  79. 79. Topography of world’s oceans
  80. 80. waves, currents, and tides
  81. 81. Climate
  82. 82. Weather
  83. 83. Relative position of earth, sun, and moon
  84. 84. Earth’s movement in space
  85. 85. Phases of the moon
  86. 86. Solar system
  87. 87. Planets
  88. 88. Galaxies</li></ul>4th Quarter: Accelerated Biology components such as:<br />Biodiversity, evolutionary basis of systems, natural selection, dichotomous keys<br />
  89. 89. Tiered Leveled Projects<br />Lets look at an example! <br />1<br />2<br />3<br />
  90. 90. Any Questions?!?!?!?!<br />

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