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Mrs. Barlow's Algebra Class

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Patrice Barlow

on 19 June 2012

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Transcript of Mrs. Barlow's Algebra Class

Communication Grading System Sample TAKS Problem What does SBG
mean for math? Standards Based Grading Scores your child on a 4 point rubric-based
scale for each learning goal separately Allows parents and teachers
to determine areas of strength, growth, and weakness for each student Please refer to the handout offered at the
parent meeting prior to open house for specifics
Any questions unanswered: please jot them down on a card (cards at front table) Deb has a rectangular storage box with a
height of 18 inches, as shown below.
 If Deb cuts off a 2-inch strip around the top of the box, how much could the box hold in cubic inches?
 F 1,600 in. 3
 G 1,440 in. 3
 H 1,024 in. 3
 J 1,800 in. 3
LEVELS Level 2: below basic
when a student needs help to achieve level 2 or only partially achieves
Level 2: basic level of understanding
no major errors with simpler details, but
major errors regarding more complex
ideas and processes

Level 3: target for learning goal;
the standard set by the state
complete mastery of processes
that were explicitly taught in class
Level 4: advanced level of understanding;
in-depth inferences and applications that
go beyond what was taught in class Sample Questions using Scale TEK:
8.7C Use pictures or models to demonstrate the Pythagorean Theorem.
•Identifies parts of a right triangle.
•Analyzes a geometric figure or problem situation to identify the parts of a right triangle.
•Discovers the Pythagorean Theorem through investigation with models such as straws and graph paper.
•Determines if the given measurements of a triangle are sides of a right triangle.

8.9A Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real-life problems.
•Uses the Pythagorean Theorem to find the measures of the legs or hypotenuse of a right triangle.
•Approximates square root answers to the nearest whole number or tenth.
LEVEL 3: A box is 15 feet long and10 feet wide. What is the length of the longest flag pole that could be
packed to lie flat in the box? LEVEL 4: Design a tool to allow you to
create perfect right angles if you were to
build a wall with corners. Be able
to explain how you know this will
make a perfect right angle, and
justify your reasoning mathematically. LEVEL 1:
Find the length of the missing side.
3in 4in Parent emails to keep you informed Teacher website Mrs. Barlow's Algebra Class Foundations for Functions
Linear Functions
Equations of Lines
Writing & Graphing Systems of Equations
Solving Systems of Equations
Working with Polynomials
Quadratic Equations
Exponential & Inverse Variation Functions
Life skills Score To report to parents
and hold students accountable
for good study & life habits
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