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Office Hrs: MTW after school, Thursday via Zoom (3-4pm), and by appointment

Available Resource Periods: 1st and 7th (and 6th in the Spring).

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

Textbook:

Chapter Tests 40%

Quizzes 30%

Final Exam 20%

Submitted Assignments (including Summary Sheets) 10%

A 100-92.5 A- 92-88.5

B+ 88-84.5 B 84-79.5 B- 79-75.5

C+ 75-71.5 C 71-67.5 C- 67-63.5

D 63-54.5

F 54 or below

Quizzes 30%

Tests 40%

Semester Exam 20%

Homework 10%

A+ 100 A 99-92.5 A- 92-88.5

B+ 88-84.5 B 84-79.5 B- 79-75.5

C+ 75-71.5 C 71-67.5 C- 67-63.5

D+ 63-60.5 D 60-57.5 D- 57-54.5

F 54 and lower

Required Materials for Each Class:

Textbook, 3 Ring Binder or Notebook, Pencil, loose-leaf, Calculator (TI-84)

Course Expectations:

Positive class participation is expected on a daily basis. This includes taking notes, answering questions, ASKING QUESTIONS, and being prepared with completed homework when the bell rings. A proper notebook or loose-leaf is expected on a daily basis.

Tests: Quizzes will be given approximately every week and can include questions about any reading or videos assigned as homework. Tests will be at the end of each unit. There are no retakes. Quizzes and tests will include review questions from previously studied material.

Homework: I will assign homework every night. This may include reading from the text, solving problems, reviewing notes, watching videos, or studying for a test or quiz. Homework is due at the beginning of class. While homework is not graded it is vital to your success in this class. Failing to attempt the homework has led to failing the course in the past. Don't make that mistake! The week’s homework will be posted online by 3:30 every Monday.

Grading: The course grade will be determined by counting homework scores, quiz scores, test scores, and your final score, with the following weight factors.

Click here for screencast

Office Hrs: MTW after school, Thursday via Zoom (3-4pm), and by appointment

Available Resource Periods: 1st and 7th (and 6th in the Spring).

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

__kquattrin@siprep.org__Textbook:

__The Readable Calculus__by Quattrin, Abrao, Maychrowitz, and Regalia__FALL Semester__Chapter Tests 40%

Quizzes 30%

Final Exam 20%

Submitted Assignments (including Summary Sheets) 10%

A 100-92.5 A- 92-88.5

B+ 88-84.5 B 84-79.5 B- 79-75.5

C+ 75-71.5 C 71-67.5 C- 67-63.5

D 63-54.5

F 54 or below

__SPRING Semester__Quizzes 30%

Tests 40%

Semester Exam 20%

Homework 10%

A+ 100 A 99-92.5 A- 92-88.5

B+ 88-84.5 B 84-79.5 B- 79-75.5

C+ 75-71.5 C 71-67.5 C- 67-63.5

D+ 63-60.5 D 60-57.5 D- 57-54.5

F 54 and lower

Required Materials for Each Class:

Textbook, 3 Ring Binder or Notebook, Pencil, loose-leaf, Calculator (TI-84)

Course Expectations:

Positive class participation is expected on a daily basis. This includes taking notes, answering questions, ASKING QUESTIONS, and being prepared with completed homework when the bell rings. A proper notebook or loose-leaf is expected on a daily basis.

Tests: Quizzes will be given approximately every week and can include questions about any reading or videos assigned as homework. Tests will be at the end of each unit. There are no retakes. Quizzes and tests will include review questions from previously studied material.

Homework: I will assign homework every night. This may include reading from the text, solving problems, reviewing notes, watching videos, or studying for a test or quiz. Homework is due at the beginning of class. While homework is not graded it is vital to your success in this class. Failing to attempt the homework has led to failing the course in the past. Don't make that mistake! The week’s homework will be posted online by 3:30 every Monday.

Grading: The course grade will be determined by counting homework scores, quiz scores, test scores, and your final score, with the following weight factors.