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Coach Greenwood Rm. 127 2013-2014

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Born in raised in Houston, TX Married to my beautiful wife for 2 years Beginning 5 th year Teaching Played College Basketball Have a new 3 month old nephew.

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Algebra IB is a formal, in-depth study of algebraic concepts and the real number system. Topics of study include variables, expressions, linear and non-linear equations, inequalities, ratio, proportion, factoring polynomials, graphing on the number line and the coordinate plane, properties of slope, and operations involving exponents.

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Textbook 2 Composition Notebooks Pencils Graphing paper TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator 1 Box Kleenex

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Homework – Will be assigned on Monday and due on Friday every week. Quizzes – Usually every Friday Tests – End of each major topic/chapter Projects – During each major topic. Benchmark Tests – Each 9 week grading period Tests35% Projects35% Classwork/Homework20% Notebook Grade 10%

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Excused Absence – 3 Days Make-up tests will be given during 7 th period. Two weeks If the student does not make up the test during the designated time, he/she will receive a zero.

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Students are expected to be prepared and ready for class each day when the bell rings. Students should be respectful at all times. Students will keep classroom neat and orderly. Students will follow all rules set forth by the Alabaster City Code of Conduct. Every student is responsible for his or her own learning. Students are dismissed by the teacher and not the bell.

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Composition Notebooks will keep all of your information for the semester. Notes will be taken in the composition book. Homework will be done in the composition book. These books can be used on quizzes and the occasional test. This book will serve as your study guide for all tests.

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May not be used as calculators May not be used at all unless given permission by me. If you are off task (text, twitter, games) when you are allowed to be using your phone, it will be taken up Consequences: 1 st offense - taken up back at end of class. Phone/email home 2 nd offense – taken to grade level principal. Phone/email home.

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Each Student will be allowed 3 hall passes per 9 weeks Each one not used will add 5 points to a test or project.

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