59 and Below F
School-Wide Grading System:
§ Will be assigned three to four times out of the week. Assignments are expected on time. Leaving it in their locker will not be a valid excuse.
Minor Assignments (15%)
§ These assignments are given in class and students will possibly receive the opportunity to complete at home.
§ Quizzes will be announced in advance and only cover one to two standards
Major Assignments (75%)
§ All tests and projects will be announced in advanced to allow students to study and prepare for the assessment. These assignments will be covering three or more standards
§ All Math tests are multiple choice and/or short answer.
Goals and Objectives for Math
6th grade math focuses on four critical areas designed for sixth graders to (1) connect ratio and rate to whole number multiplication and division and using concepts of ratio and rate to solve problems, (2) completing understanding of division of fractions and extending the notion of number to the system of rational numbers, which includes negative numbers, (3) writing, interpreting and using expressions and equations; and (4) developing an understanding of statistical thinking.
School Supply List for Math
Communication/ Graded Folders
· Students will each have a folder in the classroom where I will return graded work. Students are in charge of checking these folders daily and getting the assignments home.
Late Work/No Name Papers
· Students who do not turn in assignments on time will receive 10% off for being late.
· Students who do not turn in their assignments with no name will have 10 points taken off.
Extra Credit/Bonus Points
· Extra Credit comes from additional questions on the tests/quizzes, correcting missed problems and other additional problems that we may work on in class. There is no other way to receive extra credit.
Communication: Students should write down their homework assignments, projects and any upcoming quizzes/tests. If you have any ideas or concerns on how to enhance your child’s success in and outside of the classroom, please share them with me by e-mail: email@example.com. I will also post homework assignments and upcoming tests/quizzes on my website: weyantmath.weebly.com