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2014-2015

Welcome to a great school year! I am excited to see where we will go this school year at the new THS!

Algebra I Description

Students review the language of algebra properties, operations with integers, and absolute value. They then

study solving equations and inequalities with one variable, (including word problems). Polynomials, and

beginning factoring. During the second semester students do more work with factoring and study rational

numbers, applications of rational numbers, real numbers, solving and graphing equations and inequalities with

two variables, quadratic equations, and systems of equations.

Course Objectives

Students will strengthen and develop skills in:

Unit 1: Algebra Fundamentals

Unit 2: Solving Linear Equation

Unit 3: Solving Linear Inequalities

Unit 4: Linear Reasoning

Unit 5: Linear Functions

Unit 6: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities

Unit 7: Exponentials and Radical Expressions

Unit 8: Polynomial Expressions and Functions

Unit 9: Quadratic Functions

Unit 10: Linear Modeling and Statistics

Literacy Standards

This year, Tiyan High School focuses on school-wide specific literacy standards. Throughout this school year

the standards will be:

o R.1: Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it.

(Please use MLA when applicable)

o W.9: Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.

o SL.1: Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse

partners, building on others ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.

A strong emphasis will be placed on developing math specific vocabulary skills and using those skills to solve

real-world problems.

Quarterly Common Core State Standards

1

st

Quarter:

Students will analyze, interpret, and simplify

expressions.

A.SSE.1.a

A.SSE.1.b

S.ID.1

2

nd

Quarter:

Students will represent, graph and analyze one and

two categorical data from multiple sources to

interpret differences in shape, center, and spread.

They will write clear summaries to describe patterns

observed in the data.

Mr. Casta

Rm K203

atcasta@gdoe.net

Main Office: 300-2721

Students will develop sound mathematical reasoning

skills and forms of argument to make reasonable

judgment about a solution for a problem.

N.Q.1

N.Q.2

N.Q.3

Students will be able to create equations and

inequalities in one variable to solve problems and

justify each step in a solution method.

A.CED.1

A.REI.1

A.REI.3

F.IF.1

S.ID.1

S.ID.2

S.ID.3

S.ID.5

Students will create a scattered plot from two

quantitative variables, identify independent and

dependent variables, and described relationship of

variables.

S.ID.6.a

S.ID.6.b

S.ID.6.c

S.ID.7

S.ID.8

S.ID.9

Students will explore equations and inequalities

including domains and ranges to fit the problems

context, as well as rewrite formulas for a variable of

interest.

A.CED.2

A.CED.3

A.CED.4

Students will use function notation and analyze the

input and output values of a function based on the

problem situations.

F.IF.2

F.IF.6

3

rd

Quarter:

Students will interpret and compare more complex

functions with inconsistent rate of change and

examine graphs that include an analysis of the

domain of the function.

F.IF.4

F.IF.5

F.IF.7.8

F.IF.9

Students will link expressions and functions by

connecting multiple representations of functional

relations and understand that changing the forms of

expressions, such as factoring, completing square,

and transforming from one exponential form to

another, are processes that have specific goals in

mind. They will make connections between

arithmetic of integers and fluency of polynomial

arithmetic.

A.SSE.2

A.SSE.3.a

A.SSE.3.b

A.SSE.3.c

4

th

Quarter:

Students will construct and interpret graphs and

tables of linear, exponential, logarithmic, and

trigonometric functions, and distinguish and model

with linear functions and exponential functions.

F.LE.1.a

F.LE.1.b

F.LE.1.c

F.LE.2

F.LE.3

F.LE.5

Students will expand concept of exponents to include

fractional exponents and connect fractional

exponents to radicals

N.RN.1

N.RN.2

N.RN.3

Students will graph squared root, cube root, and

piecewise-defined functions, include step functions

and absolute value, and describe key characteristics

among all functions and their graphs.

A.APR.1

Students will solve quadratic equations by using

quadratic formula, completing the square, factoring,

and by simple inspection when appropriate. They

will solve systems of equations in two variables, bot

algebraically and graphically, and be able to interpret

the solutions.

A.REI.4.a

A.REI.4.b

A.REI.6

A.REI.7

Students will use technology to solve equations.

A.REI.5

A.REI.10

A.REI.11

A.REI.12

F.IF.3

F.IF.7.b

F.IF.7.e

F.IF.8.a

F.IF.8b

Students will describe relationship using both

recursive and explicit formulas.

F.BF.1.a

F.BF.1.b

F.BF.2

F.BF.3

F.BF.4.a

Standards for Mathematical Practice

1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving

them

2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively

3. Construct viable arguments and critique the

reasoning of others

4. Model with mathematics

5. Use appropriate tools strategically

6. Attend to precision

7. Look for and make use of structure

8. Look for and express regularity in repeated

reasoning

Grading Policy/Scale

This course is based on a weight system:

Each semester is a combination of 2 quarter grades worth 45% each and a semester exam grade worth 10%.

Each quarter is combination of 3 categories: Tests worth 40%, quizzes worth 35%, and homework/classwork

work 25%.

o Tests: Unit assessments will be presented after every completed unit and students will not be able to

use any form of support (from others, notes, etc.). Students will be given notice ahead of time when a

unit test will be.

o Quizzes: Quizzes will be given throughout the unit and students may use notes or study guides but not

help from other individuals. Students may or may not be given notice of when a quiz will occur.

o Classwork: Classwork consists of assignments that are to be completed during the class block.

Classwork will not be accepted late unless the student is absent from class. If a student chooses not to

complete classwork during the class period, that student will receive a zero for that assignment.

o Homework: Homework will be given on a daily bases. In order to receive credit, work must be shown.

Any assignment received without a name will be thrown away.

*Studies have shown that the more homework students do, the better their achievement. Specifically,

data indicates that for about every 30 minutes of additional homework a student does per night, his/her

overall GPA increases half a point (Classroom Instruction that Works).

*** EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES ARE RARE. COMPLETE AND SUBMIT YOUR WORK THE FIRST

TIME AROUND!

Semester 1:

1

st

Quarter: 45%

Unit Tests: 40%

Quizzes: 35%

Homework/classwork: 25%

2

nd

Quarter: 45%

Unit Tests: 40%

Quizzes: 35%

Homework/classwork: 25%

Semester 1 Exam 10%

Semester 2:

3rd Quarter: 45%

Unit Tests: 40%

Quizzes: 35%

Homework/classwork: 25%

4th Quarter: 45%

Unit Tests: 40%

Quizzes: 35%

Homework/classwork: 25%

Semester 2 Exam 10%

Grading Scale

A = 100%-90%

B = 89%-80%

C = 79%-70%

D = 69%-60%

F = 59% and below

Make up work policy for absences

The student is responsible for getting any and all make up work the day he/she returns back to school. All

make-up work is due the following Monday after the student returns. If a student is absent the day of a test or

quiz, the student has one week to make up that assessment.

Assessment retake policy

Students are allowed one retake on tests and quizzes within one week of the assessment being handed back

to the student. Students are not allowed to use any notes or any form of help on a retake.

Late work Policy

Late work will only be accepted one class period past the due date for half credit. If student is absent the day

an assignment is due, that assignment is due the day the student returns back to class.

Interventions and support

If a student is struggling in class, it is his/her responsibility to seek help outside of class meetings. The

following support will be offered, but not limited to:

1. Peer tutoring during class time

2. Individual tutoring is available upon request (after school or during lunch).

3. Some helpful website:

a. Online Textbooks: https://sites.google.com/site/sshsmathdepartment/subject-area

b. Math Videos: http://www.mathtv.com

c. Math Games: http://www.coolmath-games.com

d. Online Tutoring: http://www.mathplanet.com

Academic Misconduct

Academic Integrity, based on the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility, is a

fundamental principle at Tiyan High School. Work that violates these values is incompatible with the goals of

this class and will not be tolerated. Any student participating in any form of academic misconduct will receive a

0 grade with no chance to make-up the assignment. Parent contact will be made regarding the incident.

* Academic misconduct includes but is not limited to: plagiarism (using another persons writing or

copying any work without proper citation), falsification, academic fraud (deceit or trickery by which a student

seeks to gain an unfair or dishonest advantage in relation to a students learning and assessment activities),

unauthorized collaboration during a test or on an assignment, or substitution for another student to take an

exam, course or test.

Classroom rules

***I fully expect that these rules will be followed at all times. If you fail to follow these rules, you will receive one

verbal warning. If the inappropriate behavior does not cease, you will be disciplined according to the rules of

the Student Handbook, including a call home, a parent conference, detention, and/or a referral. A classroom

should be a safe environment where learning is the top priority.

1. Raise your hand and quietly wait to be called on

2. Listen quietly while others (teacher or students) are specking

a. Everyone will feel comfortable to express their thoughts, ideas, and questions without

interruption or disruption

3. Be in your seat and working on the DMR(daily math review) when the bell rings

4. Follow directions the first time and stay in your assigned seat until otherwise instructed by the teacher

5. No food, drinks (except water), gum, or electronic devices in the classroom

a. If a student chooses to use on electronic device during class hours, he/she will receive one

warning to put it away. If he/she chooses again to disregard the rule, the device will be

confiscated and a parent will be notified to pick up the device at the main office.

* I dismiss you, not the bell. Before you can leave my room, it must be clean, the desks must be in rows, and

you must be in your assigned seat. Only then will you be dismissed.

**Know the student handbook: If it is in there it applies in here.

Progressive Discipline

Minor Infractions

1

st

offense: verbal warning

2

nd

offense: parent contact; Lunch detention with teacher

3

rd

offense: referral to counselor

4

th

offense: parent contact and discipline referral

Major Infractions

Direct and immediate discipline referral.

Everyday Expectations

We will create a learning conducive environment where everyone has a part to play. In order to everyone to be

successful, the everyday expectations are:

Be Prepared

Be Positive

Be Productive

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

*Everyone (teacher and students) will be help accountability to meet these expectations every day.

Class Resources and supplies

Class Textbook (provided)

Pencils, eraser, & pens (only black or dark blue ink accepted) and red pens to correct your paper

Math specific composition notebook

Filler paper and printing paper (optional)

Ruler

Folder

Additional classroom supplies that would be greatly appreciated, but not required:

o Hand sanitizer

o Paper towel

o Kleenex

o Toilet tissue

o Post-It notes

o Scientific calculator (will not always be allowed to use in class)

You CANNOT use cell phones as calculators

Attendance Policy and Expectations

It is very important that students are present and on time to every class period. Excessive tardies and

absences can/will serious harm a students success in this class.

Board Policy 411

1. High school students are considered absent during a school day when they are NOT present for more

than one-half of the regularly scheduled contact hour(s).

2. Absence(s) for three (3) or more consecutive days requires a doctors note within two days.

3. A parent note is required for 1-2 days of absence. There is a limit of 6 parent notes, per semester.

Anything beyond requires a doctors note and the discretion of the administration.

4. Twelve (12) unexcused absences warrants a referral to SAO for truancy and to Family Court (17 GCA

6401 (c)).

5. A student with an excused absence has an opportunity to make up work missed in class.

6. High school students who incur unexcused absences of 12% or more of the days of a course, during

the fall or spring semester, cannot receive a passing grade for that course, for that semester. Students

who are unable to receive a passing grade because of this policy shall receive a NO CREDIT (NC).

7. A student who arrives to class after the tardy bell, one second to 9 minutes and 59 seconds, is

considered late.

8. A student who is 10 or more minutes late to class will be marked absent, even though the student is

present in class.

9. Three unexcused tardies equate to one unexcused absence.

Service Learning:

Public Law 30-53 specifies that The mission of SL is to allow each student to gain knowledge of the

communitys needs, to expand their learning beyond the four walls of the classroom, to provide opportunities

for lifelong intellectual and personal growth, and to feel the intrinsic rewards associated with giving back to

society.

The Tiyan math department will be offering 3 service learning opportunities this school year:

1. Christmas card drive (possible 5 hours):

Students will create Christmas cards for various organization based on geometric formulas and

dimensions.

2. Pi Day (possible 3 hours)

Students will plan and host a Pi Day celebration filled with math fun and games

3. 5K run/walk for charity (possible 2 hours):

Students can participate in a 5k charity event of their choosing to gather data about their

running speed to calculate time to run different distances.

*DISCLAIMER: Changes to this syllabus may be charged or undated throughout the school year. Students will

be well information of any occurring changes.

______________________________ _____________________________________

Mr. Casta, Algebra I Teacher Acknowledged by: THS Administrator

Algebra I Agreement

Student: Mr. Casta reviewed the components outlined in his syllabus. You understand that the syllabus may be

modified in light of unforeseen circumstances, and understand you will be notified in advance of changes to the

syllabus. You understand your academic and behavior responsibilities, and that you will be held accountable

for your learning and progress towards meeting the course objectives and standards.

Parent/Guardian: You have reviewed the syllabus. You discussed key points of the syllabus with your child.

You acknowledge that the syllabus may be modified in light of unforeseen circumstances. You understand that

your child has academic and behavior responsibilities, and will be held accountable for course objectives and

standards. You acknowledge that we, teacher and parent/guardian, must work together to support your childs

academic and behavior development.

Thank you for taking the time to read the course syllabus. Please sign below and return on or before August

29, 2014. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me during school hours at the

above number.

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Student Print Sign Date Block

________________________________________________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian Print Sign Date

Contact Information Sheet

Please take a few minutes to fill-out the following information and have your student return it to me. Thank you.

Home Phone Number____________________ Cell Number ________________Work number:____________

Contact E-mail Address___________________________________________

Mailing Address:________________________________________________________________________

Adult(s) at home to be contacted regarding your student:

Name______________________________________ Relationship________________________________

Name______________________________________ Relationship________________________________

Other Information (about the student)

Does your child have access to the Internet at home? Yes No

Additional Comments (Feel free to note any concerns or additional information that will help me in working

with your student---- medical, social, academic, etc.):

CLASS SCHEDULE

Name_______________________

SEMESTER1

Time Room # Subject Teacher

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