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Office Hrs: MTWT 8:00-8:20 and by appointment

Available Resource Periods: 4th and 7th.

Resource Room: -- TBA

V-Mail: 731-7500 x6751 E-Mail:

Textbook:

Requirements: 1) Completion of all tests, quizzes, and review sheets;

2) Preparedness and engagement;

3) Possession and use of a Graphing Calculator;

4) All students will take the AP exam

In the Fall, grades will be calculated by percentage (not by points), as follows:

Tests = 40%

Quizzes = 25%

Final Exam = 20%

Summary Notes = 10%

Canvas Quizzes = 5%.

In the Spring, grades will be calculated by percentage, as follows:

Tests = 35%

Quizzes=20%

Summary Notes = 10%

Canvas Quizzes = 10%

AP Review Packets = 10%

Final Exam=15%

100-90= A 89-85= A-

84-82= B+ 81-78= B 77-75= B-

74-72= C+ 71-68= C 67-65= C-

64-50= D 50-0 = F

1) TESTS: Tests will be given at the end of each unit. Units correspond roughly to each chapter in the text, though there will be some skipping around. In the event of a student being absent of a test day or not scoring 65% chapter test, he must take a retest

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

3) REVIEW NOTES: On the day BEFORE 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.

4) AP Review packets and Prep Quizzes: six free response questions per week from a particular past AP Test. Questions take about 15 minutes each and are due on the first class day of the following week, at which time the students will be shown the rubric. HW is not graded as to correctness, only as level of completeness. There will be weekly online multiple-choice quizzes of ten or so questions each aimed at specific review topics.

Easter Break: One Multiple Choice test (in two parts) which should take less than an hour for each part. Students should also catch up on any of the weekly homework assignments that were not complete.

Office Hrs: MTWT 8:00-8:20 and by appointment

Available Resource Periods: 4th and 7th.

Resource Room: -- TBA

V-Mail: 731-7500 x6751 E-Mail:

__kquattrin@siprep.org__Textbook:

__The Readable Calculus__by Quattrin, Abrao, Maychrowitz, and RegaliaRequirements: 1) Completion of all tests, quizzes, and review sheets;

2) Preparedness and engagement;

3) Possession and use of a Graphing Calculator;

4) All students will take the AP exam

__GRADING POLICY__In the Fall, grades will be calculated by percentage (not by points), as follows:

Tests = 40%

Quizzes = 25%

Final Exam = 20%

Summary Notes = 10%

Canvas Quizzes = 5%.

In the Spring, grades will be calculated by percentage, as follows:

Tests = 35%

Quizzes=20%

Summary Notes = 10%

Canvas Quizzes = 10%

AP Review Packets = 10%

Final Exam=15%

100-90= A 89-85= A-

84-82= B+ 81-78= B 77-75= B-

74-72= C+ 71-68= C 67-65= C-

64-50= D 50-0 = F

__SPECIFICS__1) TESTS: Tests will be given at the end of each unit. Units correspond roughly to each chapter in the text, though there will be some skipping around. In the event of a student being absent of a test day or not scoring 65% chapter test, he must take a retest

__at the convenience of the teacher.__In case of absence, the retake score will be the score entered. In case of retake due to sub-par first score, the better of the two scores will be recorded with a maximum possible score of 75% on the retake.2) QUIZZES: Quizzes will be given approximately once a week and can

*. 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.*__include questions about any reading assigned as homework__3) REVIEW NOTES: On the day BEFORE 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.

4) AP Review packets and Prep Quizzes: six free response questions per week from a particular past AP Test. Questions take about 15 minutes each and are due on the first class day of the following week, at which time the students will be shown the rubric. HW is not graded as to correctness, only as level of completeness. There will be weekly online multiple-choice quizzes of ten or so questions each aimed at specific review topics.

Easter Break: One Multiple Choice test (in two parts) which should take less than an hour for each part. Students should also catch up on any of the weekly homework assignments that were not complete.