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Office Hrs: MTWT after school and by appointment

Available Resource Periods: 4th

V-Mail: 731-7500 x751 E-Mail:

Website: http://www.kquattrin.com/honors-precalculus.html (Links to an external site.)

Textbooks:

by Kevin Quattrin, et.al.

Requirements: 1) Completion of all tests and quizzes;

2) Maintenance of a notebook as described below;

3) Preparedness and engagement

and 4) Possession and use of a Graphing Calculator

(TI 83 or 84 preferred)

Grades will be calculated by percentage (not by points), as follows:

Tests=50%

Quizzes=20%

Final Exam=15%

Notes and Engagement=15%

100-92= A 91.9-88= A-

87.5-85= B+ 84.9-80= B 79.9-75= B-

74.9-72= C+ 71.9-68= C 67.9-65= C-

64.9-55= D Below 55 = F

1) TESTS AND QUIZZES: Quizzes will be given approximately once a week and tests will be given at the end of each chapter in the text.

Test Retake Policy: Tests will be given at the end of each chapter. In the event of a student not scoring 75% on a chapter test, he or she may take a retest

2) QUIZZES: Quizzes will be given approximately once a week and

There will be online quizzes assigned through Canvas to review issues for the PSAT and SAT. These are required, but do not enter into the grade.

3) NOTES & ENGAGEMENT: Each student must keep a neat and legible notebook. This can be done in a spiral notebook or electronically. It should contain class notes,

Summary Sheets: On the day of a chapter test (and before the final exam), a single,

Homework and In-Class Assignments: Screencast viewing and In-Class Assignments will be assigned daily and collect at the end of each week. Screencast assignments might include an EdPuzzle, submission of notes, or submission of a short list of key take-aways. In-Class Assignments are generally not submitted and will only be required and/or graded if the weekly quiz score totals fall below 70%.

Each student is also expected to be mentally prepared to discuss and present logical solutions to the homework problems both orally, on the board, or in Zoom breakout rooms.

(Click here for PreCalc H Syllabus Screencast)

Office Hrs: MTWT after school and by appointment

Available Resource Periods: 4th

V-Mail: 731-7500 x751 E-Mail:

__kquattrin@siprep.org__Website: http://www.kquattrin.com/honors-precalculus.html (Links to an external site.)

Textbooks:

__PreCalculus and an Introduction to Calculus (2022-23),__by Kevin Quattrin, et.al.

Requirements: 1) Completion of all tests and quizzes;

2) Maintenance of a notebook as described below;

3) Preparedness and engagement

and 4) Possession and use of a Graphing Calculator

(TI 83 or 84 preferred)

__GRADING POLICY__Grades will be calculated by percentage (not by points), as follows:

Tests=50%

Quizzes=20%

Final Exam=15%

Notes and Engagement=15%

100-92= A 91.9-88= A-

87.5-85= B+ 84.9-80= B 79.9-75= B-

74.9-72= C+ 71.9-68= C 67.9-65= C-

64.9-55= D Below 55 = F

__SPECIFICS__1) TESTS AND QUIZZES: Quizzes will be given approximately once a week and tests will be given at the end of each chapter in the text.

**All Chapter Tests are CUMULATIVE**.Test Retake Policy: Tests will be given at the end of each chapter. In the event of a student not scoring 75% on a chapter test, he or she may take a retest

__at the convenience of the teacher.__The better of the two scores will be recorded with a maximum possible score of 75% on the retake.**Retakes must be completed within two weeks of the original administration of the test.**2) QUIZZES: Quizzes will be given approximately once a week and

*. Homework will not be collected or graded: the quizzes will determine whether or not the student is keeping up on the homework. If the quiz average drops below 65%, the student may be required to turn in homework.*__can include questions about screencasted material assigned as homework__There will be online quizzes assigned through Canvas to review issues for the PSAT and SAT. These are required, but do not enter into the grade.

3) NOTES & ENGAGEMENT: Each student must keep a neat and legible notebook. This can be done in a spiral notebook or electronically. It should contain class notes,

**NOTES ON SCREENCASTS**, problems assigned in class, all homework, grade printouts, and handouts or downloads. It is expected that each student will come to class with his/her own notebook, paper, pencils, textbook, and calculator. Notes on the assigned screencasts will sometimes be turned in.Summary Sheets: On the day of a chapter test (and before the final exam), a single,

**hand-written**summary of the chapter is to be turned in. Each section covered should be present and summarized with the main idea of the section, new formulas, and vocabulary. Similar to the Chapter Summary Sheet, on the day BEFORE the Final Exam, A summary of the semester is to be turned in. Each Chapter covered should be present and summarized with the main idea of the Chapters, formulas, and vocabulary. Examples are allowed.Homework and In-Class Assignments: Screencast viewing and In-Class Assignments will be assigned daily and collect at the end of each week. Screencast assignments might include an EdPuzzle, submission of notes, or submission of a short list of key take-aways. In-Class Assignments are generally not submitted and will only be required and/or graded if the weekly quiz score totals fall below 70%.

Each student is also expected to be mentally prepared to discuss and present logical solutions to the homework problems both orally, on the board, or in Zoom breakout rooms.