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Back to School Night Math 6 Thank you for coming this evening! Colleen Mitchell Math 6 Thank you for coming this evening! Colleen Mitchell
Book titled “Mathematics Course 1: numbers to Algebra” - the Blue Book Students: bring your book every day or be willing to share a book. Follows California Mathematics Standards Goal of 6 th Grade Math: › good solid foundation for all future math classes
Homework Homework is Monday – Friday Homework is typically out of the Blue Math book. Sometimes it will be a worksheet. Homework is corrected at the beginning of the period. Students then ask questions about the problems they did not understand / got incorrect. An organized binder is key: keep corrected math homework in binder. After every test, homework can be kept at home or recycled. Need 2 sections/dividers in binder: Class Notes/Bellwork Homework
Bell Work - practice what we've learned and prepare for what we are going to learn today. Correct Homework - students correct their own homework. Questions about Homework - time when students are encouraged to ask question about the homework. Might be questions about problems they did not understand or got incorrect. Class Notes - students take notes on new concept and practice solving example problems. Start Homework - new homework assignment is started in class. Students are encouraged to scan the assignment for any problems that they might have questions about before the end of the period, so they can feel successful at home when finishing the assignment.
Grades 65% Test & Quizzes 30% Homework/ Bellwork 5% Group Work/ Participation Current grade updated frequently on Q Zangle parent portal.
So how do I pass Math 6? Is there a secret? Do your homework every night! Study for tests and quizzes. Ask your teacher for help when you don’t understand what is being taught in class. Either ask questions in class, or…….
After School Math Help I offer extra Math help on Monday and Wednesday after school from 2:45 – 3:30 Student tutors are available Wednesdays 2:45 – 3:30 starting September 11. Come with questions, ask for help with homework, or help getting ready for a test or quiz.
Contact Ms. Mitchell E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org You will get a response back within 24 hours. Phone: 979-8060 ex.3911 (message only) Website: www.sanjuan.edu/webpages/comitchell Daily homework is listed on a calendar. Grades are posted through Q - our online grading system. From an actual test: Too funny!