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Keeter Syllabus

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MATH       Ms. Keeter

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Year at a Glance 8th Grade

Retesting is ONLY allowed if Math Comp Book and Homework are Completed on time!

Standards Based Grading - MNPS District Policy

File all Tests!

STUDENT

Don't be afraid to reach out and ask for help. Use the class website, email or social media.

Tip

Course Outline

@keeterclass

@keeterclass

[email protected]

Class Website

Text or Call 615.715.5907

Anytime! I'm on your schedule.

Contact Information

www.supermathgeeks.weebly.com

Unit Tests = Your Grade

THERE iS NO EXTRA CREDiT DO iT RiGHT THE FiRST TiME!

PROGRESS REPORTS: Sep 7, Nov 16, Feb 8 and Apr 26

MUST HAVE SUPPLIES

Ms. Keeter Math

Comp Book!

August

8th

Personal: 1. Comp Book 2. Pencils 3. Pens Class Needs: 1. Tape 2. Scissors 3. Crayons 4. Blue & Red Pens

Rational & Irrational Numbers Proportional Relationships Introduction to Functions Linear Functions

Solving Equations Systems of Equations

Exponents Similarity & Congruence Pythagorean Theorem

Volumes of Solid Figures Scatter Plots

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9/7 Progress Reports issued 9/30 First quarter ends 10/3-10/7 Fall Break; students do not report 11/16 Progress Reports issued 12/16 Half day, end of 2nd quarter and 1st semester 12/19-1/2 Winter Holidays 2/8 Progress Reports issued 3/15 End of third quarter 3/20-3/24 Spring break 4/26 Progress Reports issued 5/25 Half day; end of 4th quarter, 2nd semester, & year

1 : 32

Teacher to Student Ratio

There is only one of me and lots of you so we will need to stay focused to achieve our goal this year.

1 of me

2016-17 School Year - MNPS

RESPECT

BYOD

STUDENT

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Class Rules

Be Ready. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be All That You Can Be!

Early is on time on time is late!

Our Purpose: We go to school, take notes, and study at home so we graduate. Diplomas and degrees equal jobs, travel, homes, cars and financial happiness. We will learn a lot from each other - yes, WE! We will work hard so we can play hard.

32 of you on average

Myth: "I'm not good at Math." Reality: Math takes time and practice. You will learn it and you will be successful.

Master the 8th Grade Math Standards.

GOAL:

BE AWESOME