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Algebra Syllabus Course Description -The purpose of this course is to satisfy the requirement of the Math standards recently adopted by the State of Oklahoma. This course fits into an overall program of mathematics studies as well as introducing more advanced topics. These topics include understanding our number system, solving, graphing and writing linear equations and inequalities, linear systems, exponents, quadratics, polynomials, and factoring. Vocabulary will be a big focus this year to prepare for testing. Goal Review of operations, percent conversion, decimals, fractions and other pre-algebra concepts. Manipulate and simplify real numbers. Solve, graph and write linear equations, inequalities and functions. Major assignments Homework may be assigned throughout each chapter. Quizzes will be given throughout each chapter based on teacher discretion. Chapter reviews will precede chapter tests. There will be a test at the end of each chapter. Late or missing work Students are expected to turn in assignments as they are due. Late assignments will be given partial credit. Missing work will eventually turn into zero credit. Students are responsible for getting assignments that are missed.

 

Geometry Syllabus Course Description

The purpose of this course is to satisfy the requirement of the Geometry standards recently adopted by the State of Oklahoma.   Students will use appropriate tools and logic to evaluate mathematical arguments. Students will discover, evaluate and analyze the relationships between lines, angles, and polygons to solve real-world and mathematical problems; express proofs in a form that clearly justifies the reasoning, such as two-column proofs, paragraph proofs, flow charts, or illustrations.

 Goal- Review of operations, percent conversion, decimals, fractions and other algebra concepts. Manipulate and simplify real numbers. Solve, graph and write linear equations, inequalities and functions.

Major assignments

Homework may be assigned throughout each chapter. Quizzes will be given throughout each chapter based on teacher discretion. Chapter reviews will precede chapter tests. There will be a test at the end of each chapter.

Late or missing work

Students are expected to turn in assignments as they are due. Late assignments will be given partial credit. Missing work will eventually turn into zero credit. Students are responsible for getting assignments that are missed.

Mrs. Wyrick Class rules

    

Arrive on time.

Raise your hand before speaking.

Listen to others and participate in class discussions.

Use the pencil sharpener during non-instructional time.

Stay on task.

Do your assignments.

Bring materials and have them ready.

Listen to directions.

NO CELL PHONES

Offenses:

1st time verbal warning

2nd time conference with student

3rd report sent to office