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Course Title: 6th Grade Mathematics and Science
Instructor: Mrs. Wagner
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Textbook: Everyday Mathematics Common Core State Standards Edition
Introduction to Matter & Energy
Environmental Science
Investigating Our Dynamic Planet
Rocks and Landforms
Course Descriptions:
The content of this math course includes Number and Operations, Algebra, Data and Chance, Measurement, and Geometry.
The goal of the Everyday Math curriculum is to help all students to:
Reason logically, problem solve, and apply math skills to real-world activities
Communicate about and through mathematics orally and in writing
View math as relevant to their lives and connected to other areas
Feel confident using quantitative and spatial information to make decisions
Become independent learners with a desire for lifelong learning
The sixth grade science curriculum is designed to provide students experiences with inquiry based learning, scientific principles, lab procedures, and problem solving techniques.
Expectations:
Students will come to class prepared with their Student Reference Book, journal, notebook, pencil, assignment, folder, reading book, and Maltby planner. While in class students will work independently as well as cooperatively with others to investigate, discover, and apply mathematics. Students are expected to participate in class discussions, lessons, workshops, activities, games, and ask questions as appropriate. In addition, students must actively and safely participate in all lab experiments.
Parents will receive a family letter at the beginning of each math unit. This letter includes a description of topics covered in the unit and selected answers to problems that can be used to check your childs understanding of the information. Students will be required to complete daily activities (Math Messages, games, investigations, etc.), homework, quizzes, tests, and projects. Assignments will be given during each class period. An assignment will sometimes be completed before the end of the school day, but will most often need to be completed at home. These will likely be the Everyday Math Boxes and Study Links, but may also be supplemental material. Study Links/Homework is an essential part of our math program. Please keep this packet to use throughout the whole unit. These assignments usually take approximately fifteen minutes to complete. Students are encouraged to ask questions and correct any mistakes on their homework. Students should use previous assignments, notes and their Student Reference Book as a source to aid in completing their homework. You will find an icon (SRB) with a page number on each study link assignment. This indicates where students can go to look up information in their Student Reference Book to help with their Study Links. Frequently, two problems per MathBox will be a preview of upcoming content. Science homework can sometimes include review of content presented in class and lab analysis.
The goal of each assignment is student understanding and effort; as described in the Maltby Student Handbook, homework will focus upon the further development of skill strengthening. It is assigned for students to practice or show mastery and comprehension of a skill or concept presented in class.
Grading Policy:
Grades will be given on a percentage system and weighted by category. I follow a standards based grading system in math. Overall grades are calculated/weighted by the following values in math: assessments (assessments and performance tasks) 99.9% and practice/homework 0.01%. For science the weighted categories are: assessments/performance task 45%, practice/homework 25%, and labs/experiments/inquiry 30%. Students and parents may track progress through ParentConnect or request a written progress report at anytime. Students are encouraged to first discuss their grades with me should issues or concerns arise.
Late Work:
Students will be allowed to turn in all math and science assignments late throughout a unit until we move onto the next unit. However, math homework is for practice so it is vital to keep up. All homework must be submitted in order to retake an assessment.
Retakes:
Students will have advanced notice of quizzes and tests. Quizzes will be formative in nature and will guide instruction and remediation. Assessments determine a students grade and can be retaken for mastery. Students can retake assessments on a learning target until they reach mastery level or until were assessing on a subsequent unit.
Makeup Work
After an excused absence, makeup work should be obtained immediately upon returning to school (or in advance if possible). Missed work is described and located on the assignment board within the classroom, on our class website, and is recorded on the While I Was Absent form. Students will have one day plus the number of days they were absent to turn in any missed assignments (as described in the Maltby Handbook).
Enrichment
Once a week each class will receive Enrichment lessons during STAR on pre Algebra. Also, additional enrichment assignments will be offered in the form worksheets, activities, speeches or projects. Packets will be available with extension activities from the Everyday Math series and the book Challenge Math for Middle Schoolers. These assignments will be explained and deadlines announced as we come to the appropriate area of study. Students who have demonstrated mastery of the current learning targets will be encouraged to take advantage of the added challenge of this work. Students will often self assess their Enrichment progress. Should a student not feel challenged in math, I encourage them to schedule an appointment with me to design an appropriate plan of action.
Extra Help:
Students are encouraged to ask for extra help when needed, it is always available. During class is the best time to ask me for assistance.
Citizenship:
A positive and respectful attitude is expected of all students. Students are expected, without exception, to follow all classroom behavior guidelines, team norms, and Maltby rules as described in the student handbook. Consequences for inappropriate behavior include: verbal warning, a move on the class clipboard, a PRIDE card hold, a PRIDE notebook signature, verbal warnings, conferences between student and teacher, conference with parents, note or call home, behavior plan, or disciplinary referral. Misbehaving for a sub or guest teacher results in a PRIDE binder signature.
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