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Algebra 2 Lab(PARCC) 2015-2016
Teacher: Mr. Koepke
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:j.koepke@hackensackschools.org" j.koepke@hackensackschools.org
HYPERLINK "http://www.hackensackschools.org/webpages/jkoepke/" http://www.hackensackschools.org/webpages/jkoepke/
EXTRA HELP ROOM 330 AFTER SCHOOL
The Algebra 2 Lab (PARCC) is a course designed to prepare students to pass the PARCC Algebra 2 assessment, prepare students to be successful on the SATs, and provide support with learning Algebra 2 concepts. The course will focus on sharpening problem solving skills, test-taking strategies, and writing in mathematics.
PARCC Testing
In 2016 the PARCC assessment will consist one test session, instead of two sessions. This will reduce the amount of time that you spend testing.
The ALGEBRA 2 PARCC TEST will be administered from April 11May 20,2016
The Algebra 2 Lab (PARCC) will concentrate on two areas
Content knowledge - refers to the body of information that teachers teach and that students are expected to learn in a given subject or content area, such as English language arts, mathematics, science, or social studies. Content knowledge generally refers to the facts, concepts, theories, and principles that are taught and learned, rather than to related skillssuch as reading, writing, or researchingthat students also learn in academic courses.
Literacy - An individuals ability to read, write, speak, and compute and solve problems at levels of proficiency necessary to function on the job, and in society, to achieve ones goals, and develop ones knowledge and potential.
Class Structure
The class is based on the students understanding the content of Algebra 2 and having the ability to read and understand written directions. Every day each student will be given a Performance Based Task. The Performance Based Task will ask students to read and understand directions and complete a task based on what they have read.
The student may use their book, discuss with others, and search the internet to complete the task. The teacher will serve as a guide for students.
Grading Policy
Tests: 40% Quizzes/Class Work: 35%
Portfolio 10% Homework: 15%
Tests: You will be given an assessment after each section. Each section will last about 5 days.
Quizzes/Class work: Class work will be collected and graded. Students must
Portfolio: Each student will maintain a portfolio. All test, quizzes, reflections and self-evaluations must be included in the portfolio. Grades will be based on completeness of the portfolio.
Homework: Homework is an essential part of learning in any course as it allows you to practice what you have learned in class. Homework will be assigned some nights and will be checked the following class.
Midterm & Final Exam: There will be a no midterm or final exam.
Supplies:
Each student will need to bring their electronic device. Notes will be provided in Google classroom and students are expected to use their notes for every aspect of the class.
Course Goals: By the end of the course students will be able to:
Solve equations both graphically and algebraically.
Define, compare and use quadratic and polynomial functions to solve problems.
Use exponential and logarithmic functions to solve real-life problems.
Describe, graph, and analyze exponential and logarithmic functions and solve equations.
Describe, graph, and analyze radical and rational functions and solve equations.
Find trigonometric functions of angles.
Apply trigonometry to analyze and solve a real-life problems.
Graph and analyze trigonometric functions.
Solve problems using statistical measures and probability.
Use technology as a tool for solving real-life problems.
Analyze data, think critically for problem solving, and formulate conclusions to better prepare for advanced study in mathematics.
Resources and Materials:
Binder
Pencil
IPAD/ChromeBook
Classroom Expectations:
Respect others opinions, ideas, and property.
Be on time.
Be prepared each day-that means bring your homework, textbook, notebook calculator and pencil.
Actively participate in class lesson and discussions.
All student work should be completed using a pencil.
NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES IN CLASS.
NO USE OF CELLPHONES OR ANY ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN CLASS.
CONTACTING YOUR TEACHER
I am more than happy to meet with you for extra help. I will be available during 10th period in room 330 everyday (2:30 3:00 pm). Students are ALWAYS aware of their grade in this course. Parents/Guardians can contact me anytime to request their students grade or look on their Genesis account. Any questions or concerns regarding grades or student progress should be addressed as soon as the problem is known.
Teacher Student Contract
I _____________________________have read, along with Mr. Koepke explaining, the above syllabus, and grading policy, and classroom procedures. I agree with them and agree to abide by them for the entire school year.
_____________________________________________ ___________________
Student Signature Date
_____________________________________________ ___________________
Parent/Guardian Signature Date
Please return this page by Tuesday, September 8th for a homework grade.
Keep the rest of the syllabus in your binder. Thank you!
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