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Ms. Dedrick CHMS Room B9 2012-2013

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Monomials & Polynomials Linear Equations & Inequalities Functions & Graphing Systems of Equations Radical Expressions Factoring Exponential Functions Quadratic Functions/Equations Data Analysis **Emphasis on Word Problems & Geometry Application Questions

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Algebra I students will take the 8 th grade EOG test in Math as well as the End of Course (EOC) test for Algebra I Students must have a passing year-end average for the class in order to gain 1 high school credit The grade for this year’s course will show up on the students’ high school transcript but doesn’t not count toward the high school GPA

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100 - 93 A 92 – 85 B 84 – 77 C 76 – 70 D 69 – 0 F

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55% Formal = Tests/Quizzes/Projects 35% Informal = Warm-ups, Classwork (some graded for accuracy, some for completion) 10% Homework Classwork turned in late receives no higher than a 50% All grades are weighted based on total points (Tests = 100 pts, Quizzes = 40/50, Classwork = 15-30)

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Homework: Each homework assignment will count as 10 pts toward 100 10 homework assignments will be entered in NCWISE as 1 grade Late or partially completed homework will earn 5 pts instead of 10 ◦ Ex: 90% = 9 out of 10 completed on time, OR 8 completed on time & 2 turned in late

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Enter class with all materials (binder, workbook, calculator, pencil) Copy assignment from board into agenda Place homework & agenda out on corner of desk to be checked Begin warm-up (in Composition Notebook) Grade warm-up & homework Take all notes Participate productively in individual & cooperative work Show all steps to problems in neat & organized manner on classwork, homework, & assessments Keep Math Binder up to date & organized – notes section, classwork, homework, returned tests/quizzes

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CMS & CHMS policy states that students who score below a 70% on a test are eligible to take a re-test and earn up to a 77% Date & time will be set by the math department Students must do the following before being allowed to re-test: ◦ Get test signed by parent ◦ Make test corrections ◦ Attend one tutoring session

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In the case of an expected absence, please have student see me before they will be out In the case of an unexpected absence, students should: ◦ copy notes from a classmate or myself upon return ◦ see website for homework assignments missed ◦ see me for worksheets given out *Students have 5 days to make up work from the absence

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Friday mornings 8:00-8:45 AM

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MMust have TI-83 Plus or TI-84! KKeep extra batteries in bookbag IIf calculator cannot be purchased, please have your child see me for a calculator sign-out sheet, they may use a CHMS school calculator for the year

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Prentice Hall Algebra I Online textbook for students ◦ www.pearsonsuccessnet.com www.pearsonsuccessnet.com ◦ Must register for my class using class access code & set up user name & password ◦ Once logged in, textbook is able to be viewed

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1 st Block: 436B5397EB8FAD2038D1 2 nd Block: 0F4C6F094DE8A47DB138

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Website: http://tdedrick.cmswiki.wikispaces.net *Algebra homework & upcoming test/quiz dates are posted regularly!! Email: mtracy.dedrick@cms.k12.nc.us Progress Reports – 5 weeks into quarter, must be returned with parent signature Agenda Phone call

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Looking forward to a great year! Please write anything you would like me to know about your child on an index card: ◦ Strengths & areas for improvement ◦ Goals for your child this year ◦ Recommendations for Ms. Dedrick ◦ Questions/concerns about the course or your child (include email) Include your name(s) and child’s name Leave index card with me

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