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Copy of 8th Grade Math - First Day
Transcript of Copy of 8th Grade Math - First Day
2) Daily assignment answers will be taken up. You are to check your answers and circle the incorrect ones.
3) We'll go over any that you have questions about.
1) All daily assignments will be checked.
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to Mrs. Mallet's Math Class
It doesn't matter if the answers are correct, I want to see your work & that you tried!
help the classroom run smoothly,
Spring-Ford Middle School
Attn: Mrs. Kronstain
Royersford, PA 19468
Mr. and Mrs. Lee
123 Main Street
Timmy has been working very hard in math class! He's been coming to class every day, always raises his hand to ask a question, and helps other students. If he keeps up the good work I'm sure he'll have an A this year!
Mr. and Mrs. Lee,
Raise your hand and wait to be called on.
Respect your classmates and your teacher.
Strive for Progress, Not Perfection
Don't forget to call Sally's parents about her homework!
Do your best
Never give up
Limerick, PA 19468
Pay attention when the instructor is speaking, and when classmates are speaking.
Stay in your seat during instruction unless given permission to get up.
Be on time and in your seat by the bell.
All school rules are in place in our classroom.
Rules & Procedures
Strike 2: Talk after class
Strike 3: Detention, call home
Strike 4: Office referral
to break the rules, there are
Strike 1: Warning
Notes and calls home.
A great classroom
Come to class prepared (with paper, pencils, your Math notebook, a calculator, and a POSITIVE attitude) every day.
Pencils only!! No pens or markers.
Use the restroom BEFORE coming to class, but if your must leave sign out.
Class starts when the bell rings.
Cell phones are kept off and out of sight.
Take out the previous day's work. Address any problems.
Write down today's note and assignment and check over any homework answers.
Check the board for assignments, upcoming tests/quizzes, and daily agendas/notes.
Wait for the teacher to dismiss you!
4) Correct wrong answers and work.
** Students will be sent to the office immediately for severe disruptions.
Let's see what some of the consequences are in Mrs. Mallet's class...
Thinking - 15%
Application - 35%
Communication - 15%
Knowledge - 35%
Thinking - 20%
Application - 30%
Communication - 20%
Knowledge - 30%
Tests and Quizzes
You will have 1 test per unit and 2-3 quizzes per unit.
Each unit will also have daily assignments, a review assignment and activities.
Daily assignments are due the next class unless otherwise specified.
To complete assignments, copy the question, show all your work and check your answers. If they are not correct, fix any mistakes that you can, and get help for the ones you cannot.
Homework is taken up daily. It is up to you to ensure that you understand before we move on to the next topic.
Frequently missed homework and assignments will result in a detention and parent contact
Late assignments will be marked with a penalty.
Ecole Secondaire L'Essor
University of Windsor
double major in Math
Married since 2007
Two sons: Eric and Xavier
Teaching mathematics for 16 years
Spending time with family and friends
To help you succeed and enjoy mathematics
The best time to ask questions about the previous day's work is before the next lesson. Don't fall behind! Get help ASAP!
Our textbook is a good resource. It offers examples, practice, tests and definitions.
Your teacher is available for extra help outside of school hours. I am available the following times:
- mornings daily from 8:00 a.m. to 8:20 a.m.
- afternoons Tuesday and Thursday 2:20 p.m. to 3:20 p.m.
Need Extra Help?
What happens when you don't pay attention or ask questions in math class?
If you are absent it is your responsibility to catch up on missed work. Ask a responsible friend for notes and assignments. Ask the teacher for handouts and dates.