Math I Syllabus
Mrs. LaTonya Clark
The Math 1 curriculum will follow the Common Core Standards: Algebraic Modeling; Linear Equations and Inequalities; Systems of Equations and Inequalities; Linear and Exponential Functions; Interpret Functions and Function Notation; Quadratic Functions and Data Analysis.
Enthusiasm for school work and class participation
Silence when the teacher and other students are talking
Patience with oneself and with others
Effort; always give 100%
Challenge oneself, never pass up the opportunity to learn
Team work: Together Everyone Achieves More
Materials to Keep
1”or 1½” 3 ring binder
Notebook & Graph Paper
TI-84 calculator; earbuds
Colorful ink Pens; Highlighters;
Materials to Turn
(Pack of each):
Box of Klenex
Dry Erase Markers
Organization of Binder Warm-up
Major tests will be announced; however some quizzes may
not be announced to ensure that you are maintaining good study
Homework is an important part of learning mathematics and will
be assigned daily. Every problem must be attempted and
adequate work must be shown to receive 100.
Make-Up Work is your responsibility! It is your responsibility to
get classwork/homework, notes, and makeup all test/quizzes due
Tutoring available Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00, and any day after school by appointment; Also students may come during Smart Lunch for tutoring.
Math 1 Formal Assessments: (Test 50%; Quiz 30%)
Informal Assessments: (HW, CW, Effort, Participation) 20%
Math 1 Honors Formal Assessments:( Test 60%; Quiz 30%)
Informal Assessments: (HW, CW, Effort, Participation) 10%
*Exam will count 25% of the course grade
*Grades may be viewed through Power School
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