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COURSE SYLLABUS ALGEBRA II
INSTRUCTOR: Ms. Israel
ROOM: 104
PHONE: 901-416-2300
EMAIL: israelelizabethl@mcsk12.net
WEBSITE: http://oakhavenhigh.wikispaces.com/
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Algebra is the study of the branch of mathematics which includes properties, measurement, estimation, and numeration systems. Emphasis is placed on the use of physical models, equations and graphs to generalize number patterns, and to describe, represent and analyze relationships among variable quantities.
COURSE OUTLINE
The skills, content and knowledge are developed by starting with real situations or questions that rise from science or other areas of mathematics, such as data analysis or geometry. Important algebraic concepts are introduced early and built upon throughout the course. Students will develop problem-solving strategies as they use them to learn mathematics to achieve the six major goals for the course:
Use various problem solving strategies in order to analyze problems and formulate appropriate solution strategies;
Express, interpret, and graph functions, specifically linear and quadratic, as well as exposure to other functions;
Use variables to represent relations from table, graphs, verbally stated problems, and geometric diagrams and understand that algebraic relations can be tested by substitutions of numbers;
Solve linear and quadratic equations and systems of linear equations, and understand their relationship to graphs and functions;
Use ratio, proportion, and direct variation from numerical, geometric, and algebraic perspectives;
Use order of operation to reorganize algebraic expressions into more useful forms.
INSTRUCTIONAL TEXTBOOK: Prentice Hall Algebra Two textbook, supplemental ACT material
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS: Each student is expected to attend every scheduled class, regularly and punctually. In the event of an absence or tardy, admits must be obtained from the office before class. It is the students responsibility to make up all missed assignments.
SUPPLIES: Algebra students will need the following supplies:
Notebook paper, graph paper, a writing utensil, dry-erase markers, TI83/TI84 graphing calculator, 4 AAA batteries, binder with 5 yellow divider pages with pockets, AND a working brain ( MCS GRADING POLICY ASSESSMENT
100 93 A Chapter Tests/Quizzes 35%
92 85 B Participation 20%
84 76 C Projects 15%
75 70 D Semester Exams 15%
69 and below F Homework 5%
Binder Checks 5%
Do Nows 5%
MCS Board Policy on Makeup work
Students shall be permitted the opportunity to make up all work and classroom tests (or their equivalent) missed as a result of an excused or unexcused absence. All work and tests for both excused and unexcused absences should be made up as soon as possible, but no later than 5 days after the student returns to school.
If a student fails to make up the work and tests, the deficiencies shall be averaged with the other grades. Each make-up work assignment for unexcused absences shall be marked down one letter grade.
SEMESTER EXAMS
If you fail the semester exam, you fail the class. There are no exceptions.
ASSESSMENT
Tests and Quizzes
A test and/or quiz will be given either Wednesday or Thursday of each week. The instructor reserves the right to give an occasional pop quiz when deemed necessary.
Class Participation
Participation will count for 20% of the final grade. Class participation includes cooperative-learning assignments, journals/reflections, and asking and answering questions during class.
Projects
A nine-week project may be assigned each grading period. Tasks used in performance-based assessment include essays, oral presentations, open-ended problems, hands-on problems, real-world simulations, and other authentic tasks.The underlying concept is that the student should produce evidence of accomplishment of curriculum goals which can be maintained for later use as a collection of evidence to demonstrate achievement.
Homework
Homework is an important way to practice Algebra and is worth 5 % of the total grade. Therefore, it will be evaluated for completeness. This includes copying the assignment properly and following directions for the assignment. Partial credit will be given for partial homework. Students will have the opportunity to check their homework and to ask questions about the assignment at the beginning of the class period. It is important that he/she check the work; homework quizzes will be taken directly from these assignments. (This is an easy way to earn full credit for a very simple quiz; class notes are allowed.) Lastly, students should:
Understand that homework is part of the course requirements.
Make certain that homework assignments are understood before leaving class.
Complete and submit homework assignment by the due date.
Complete and submit make up homework assignments and exams no later than 5 days after the student returns to school.
Do Nows
Students are to immediately begin working on Do Now problems when the class begins. Students will be given Do Nows on a daily basis and given 5 10 minutes to complete the problems. Do Nows encourage students to arrive to class on time and reinforce prior learning objectives.
Technology
Many in-class assessments will include an Interactive WhiteBoard and student response system. The student is responsible for picking up a clicker at the beginning of class and returning it at the end of class. The same procedure applies to school calculators. Students who steal batteries will lose access to clickers and calculators for 1 week and be required to purchase 12 AAA batteries as a replacement. Students with visible cell phones and mp3 players will have them confiscated as per school procedure.Classroom Procedures
The student must bring all necessary materials to class every day.
Students are to immediately begin working on Do Now problems when the class begins. Students will be given Do Nows on a daily basis and will be given 5 minutes to complete the problems.
There will be various times during the class period when students can share and converse with their classmates. Therefore, talking during class other than asking questions or directed group discussion is not permitted.
Students are to be in their seats at the beginning of the period. All pencils should be sharpened and paper/class materials on their desks before class begins.
Sleeping or heads on desk will not be permitted.
Combs, brushes, cosmetics, and mirrors are to be left in pockets and purses.
ZERO TOLERANCE: Students caught talking or looking at another students test or quiz paper will receive a 0 for that assignment. Parents or guardians will be notified.
Students must have homework ready at the beginning of each class, except for excused absences. Your homework should be placed visibly on your desks.
Eating and drinking in the classroom Is prohibited. Students are not to bring food or drinks into the classroom.
No Student will be allowed to attend class without adhering to the dress code as mandated by MCS and OHS.
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