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8 th Grade Algebra Karen Dettlinger

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1) Real Numbers and Operations: Expressions 2) Real Numbers and Operations: Equations and Inequalities 3) Exponents and Radicals 4) Polynomials 5) Linear Functions 6) Systems of Equations and Inequalities 7) Non-Linear Functions 8) Statistics and Probability 9) Geometry Algebra Overview

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What good Mathematicians do! Expectations

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hard work to meet the adversity of rigorous expectations Persistence and perseverance in overcoming rigorous expectations passion for long-term goals the determining factor for success no matter where you natural abilities lie the get it done personality sticking with it where others might be distracted by boredom, failure, adversity, or plateaus GRIT

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will take time requires dedication requires willpower requires sacrifice requires pushing your mind to the max can be beat by temptation is worth it when you look back from your goals GRIT

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Given at the end of a Unit Study guides will be given Will be cumulative Accounts for 40% of the grade Tests

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Given periodically throughout the marking period Quizzes mastery of one or two concepts Redo for performance below a 75 Accounts for 30% of the grade Quizzes & Small Projects

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Given almost every night Accounts for 20% of the grade Will be posted on teacher web site at the end of every day. Will be checked every night for completion announced when graded for completion and accuracy Do now/ Homework quizzes Homework

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Study guides will be sent home Exam will cover the units learned for each marking period Will count for 10% of grade Benchmarks

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Up to 2 points of the overall grade can be earned back Cannot push a student over full credit. Engaging activity throughout the marking period Extra Credit

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Tests: 40% Quizzes: 30% Homework/Classwork: 20% Benchmark Exams 10% Extra Credit +5% Grades

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Will be taught by Homeroom teacher Bullying and normal conflict Passive aggressive and assertive behavior Using “I” messages Reporting or ratting Bystander strategies Conflict resolution steps Social decision making/ Social problem solving Cheating and plagarism Character Education

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I am available any morning or afternoon for extra help Please make an appointment! Bi-Monthly e-blasts Parent teacher conferences American Education Week Visitations in November Jupiter grades Teacher Webpage Homework Postings Invite to the classroom On- going conferencing--email the best Communication

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