Course: Integrated Math I, 2018-2019 School Year
Teacher: Dr. Bei Collins, Room 11 (firstname.lastname@example.org) https://www.chino.k12.ca.us/Domain/1997
Course Description: The Integrated Math I course is a foundation course for high school math. It encompasses the concepts of skills in basic Algebra, Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability, which are fundamental knowledge for students’ future endeavors in mathematics. To have students master math fluency, gain conceptual understanding, and develop problem-solving abilities, the course will be taught through engaging activities, games, and real-world problems. Students are expected to communicate their mathematical reasoning and knowledge as well as collaborate with others in solving problems creatively. Moreover, computer programs will be utilized to have students understand the applications of mathematics.
Maintain a level of total Involvement in working with others.
These items are required in class each day:
- Two pencils sharpened before the start of class
- Three-ring binder (2”), with tab dividers, to be used solely for this class
- Pen (black or dark blue)
- Lined paper
- Straightedge (compass and ruler)
Homework will be assigned daily, and it need to be completed overnight. You should contact your classmates to collaborate results and modify any errors you find.
The assessment includes quizzes, chapter tests, and the district finals. Students will allow an extra chance to retake a quiz or chapter test by appointment after making necessary corrections.
Food and drink cause chaos in the classroom and therefore are prohibited. (Gum is prohibited on campus by school policy.) Please do not bring gum, food, or drink (other than water) into the classroom.
Turn off your phone put your ear buds away before you enter the classroom. Using cell phone is forbidden during class unless for instructional purpose. Cell phones and ear buds will be confiscated if they are present during instruction. Confiscated items can only be retrieved by your parent, at the end of the day. Repeated events can result in referral to the assistant principal for detention or other consequences.
You will be expected to participate actively throughout the period: answer and ask questions, work in groups, respect the speaker, follow instructions, and be prepared each day.
Tests and quizzes
Classwork and homework
Letter grades follow the CVUSD adopted scale (90-100% = A, 80-89.9% = B, 70-79.9% = C, 70-79, D, 69-60. Failing grades are based on student performance scoring less than 60%. All grades are based on teachers evaluation per education code.20