Class Sylabus

Algebra 1 Syllabus

2016-2017

Millington Central High School

Ms. Rosemary Boswell - Room 109

rboswell@millingtonschools.org

901-873-8100

Welcome to Algebra 1! J

My objective for this class is for every student to build confidence and a strong foundation of Algebra.  With this confidence and strong foundation, the student will be better prepared for upper levels of math, exceed their predictions on state mandated exams (EOC – End of Course Exams), and the ACT test.

Your child’s success in Algebra 1 will depend on two things:  great attendance and participation.  Being at school daily and doing practice problems are essential for learning and maintaining the skills being taught.

My classroom rules are simple:

Be on time; Be prepared; Be respectful; Be positive; Give 110%.

A: 100-93                                                       Tests 30%

B: 92-85                                                         Quizzes 30%

C:  84-75                                                       Classwork 20%

D: 74-70                                                        Bellwork/Participation 20%

F: below 70

*Supplies needed: 1inch binder, paper, graph paper and pencils & colored pencils.
**WISH LIST:  Kleenex, highlighters, dry erase markers

Make up work should be completed in a timely manner.  It is the student’s responsibility to make sure make up work is received.  Test and quizzes can be rescheduled IF a day of new material is missed – not a day of review.

 Subject Algebra 1 Nine Week 2 Standard A.SSE.1; A-SSE.2; Seeing Structure in Expressions A-CED.2; A-CED.3; A-CED.4; Creating Equations A-REI.5; A-REI.6; A-REI.11; A-REI.12; Reasoning w/Equations & Inequalities F-IF.2; F-IF.7; I-IF.8; F-IF.9; Interpreting Functions F-BF.1; Building Functions F-LE.2; F-LE.5; Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models N-Q.1; Quantities S-ID.6; S-ID.7; S-ID.8; Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data A-APR.1; Arithmetic w/Polynomials & Rational Expressions Objectives Explain the meaning of slope and yintercept; Determine equation of a line; Understand rate of change is also slope; Write and solve linear equations/inequalities; Interpret displays of data; Determine equation/line of best fit; Make predictions based on line of best fit; Solve systems of linear equations/inequalities; Perform arithmetic operations on polynomials; Operate with polynomials and simplify results Topics Linear Functions & Relations Systems of Equations and Inequalities Polynomials Major Assignment/s Instructional Materials Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Algebra 1 (2015) Graphing Calculator Supplemental resources from Teachers Pay Teachers Field Trip/s N/A