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1 SOUTHLAND COLLEGE PREP CHARTER HS COURSE SYLLABUS GEOMETRY TEACHER: Mr. Jay Fillmore PHONE: ROOM: I. COURSE DESCRIPTION This is a full year, 1-credit course for graduation that reviews the basic concepts, terminology, and notation involved in geometry. Both abstract and practical aspects are covered. Conditional statements, conjectures, theorems, and written justifications are systematically brought into the course, along with the subjects to which they pertain. Students construct an understanding by spending some of their class time working in collaborative learning groups. Review of algebraic and geometric concepts is employed throughout the course. In this way, algebra skills are maintained and the students are better prepared to enter into the geometric aspects of advanced algebra, math analysis, pre-calculus, and calculus courses. A scientific calculator is required (graphing calculator recommended). Prerequisite: Algebra 1 II. III. COURSE GOALS A. Explore the skills and strategies underlying mathematics B. Using logic and proof to reason mathematically C. Identifying, classifying, and applying the properties of geometric figures in space D. Comparing congruent and similar geometric figures E. Use length, area, perimeter, and volume to find quantities and solve problems F. Relating geometric ideas to the coordinate plane G. Investigating and applying basic ideas of trigonometry INSTRUCTIONAL PHILOSOPHY I believe that all students are capable of learning and can be successful in geometry. Upon completion of this course students will be prepared for and progress to Algebra II. Success is dependent upon the effort and work put in by the students. This includes contributing to class discussions, taking notes during lectures, participating in cooperative learning activities, completing all assignments, and studying for assessments. Students learn by actively constructing knowledge, so this course is made up of many engaging learning activities. Lecture is also an integral part of the course in order to prepare students for college. Students are challenged to think, debate, investigate, and question. Education is the process of learning how to think, not what to think. IV. MAJOR COURSE PROJECTS AND/OR ASSIGNMENTS A. Daily Homework / Class work (4pts) B. 2-3 Quizzes per Unit (20-30pts each) C. Unit Assessments / Tests (100pts) D. Class Participation (4pts) E. Quarterly Accumulated Classroom Warm-Ups (20-30 pts) GEOMETRY SYLLABUS Page 1

2 V. ASSESSMENT PLAN A. Point System Points are based on size of assignment, level of assessment, and importance of assessment. B. Grading Scale Grade Scale Description A % Exceeds Expectations; Independent learner; superior work; all work completed on time at an exceptional level of quality and effort; B 87-92% Meets Expectations; Semi-independent learner; above average work; all work completed on time; did quality work with a few flaws; C 78-86% Passing but does not meet some standards; Dependent learner; average work; most completed on time showing average effort; D 70-77% Passing but only meets minimum standards; Dependent learner; average work; most completed on time showing average effort; F <69% Failing, does not meet minimum standards; Failure; does not meet standards or expectations; C. Components of the Grade The points you accumulate versus the total points assigned for the quarter determine your quarter grade. At least 70% of the points are from Tests, Quizzes, and Projects. The remaining 30% are composed of homework, classwork, and participation. D. Calculation of Semester Grade 1 st quarter grade 40% 2 nd quarter grade 40% Semester Exam 20% Final Semester Grade 100% E. Re-Do Policy 1. Students will be given an opportunity to redo classroom assessments to meet standards if the student scored below a 70%. The student must show that effort has been made to improve. The redo opportunity will be rescinded if a student does not show effort or abused redo opportunities. 2. If a student chooses to redo an assessment, a 70% is the highest grade that will be given. Deadline will be given for redo work. If the student does not meet the redo deadline, the opportunity will be rescinded. VI. COURSE REQUIREMENTS A. Materials: Each student must bring the following to class daily: 1. Textbook 2. Pen and pencil 3. Scientific (TI-30 preferred) or graphing calculator (TI-83 or higher) 4. Folder (preferably a 3-ring binder) to hold class work and assessments 5. Compass & Protractor 6. Ruler GEOMETRY SYLLABUS Page 2

3 B. Daily Expectations 1. Keep a folder/binder for class notes, homework, quizzes and tests, etc. 2. Use class time to learn, ask questions and work cooperatively with other students and the teacher. 3. Complete required homework assignments with diligence and promptness. 4. Present problems in class. 5. Adequately prepare for and complete all quizzes and tests. 6. Complete assigned projects and papers by their due dates. C. General Homework Expectations Completion of ALL homework is the most important step to succeeding in this class. If you do not do the homework consistently then you cannot expect to earn a high grade in this class. There will be time to go over homework questions in class. The purpose is to learn from your mistakes. Homework will be checked for completion. Full credit will not be given unless all work is shown. If you are stuck on a problem, explain or show what work you have attempted. Late work will be accepted for half credit the next day and no credit for more than one day. The grade book closes to any late work approximately one week before the quarter ends, after that missing assignments remain at zero credit. Copies of missing assignments or handouts will also be available on my webpage. You have the same number of days to make up an assignment as the number of days you were absent (absent two days, make up work due in two days.) Turn in all make up work directly to me for full credit. Finding out what work you missed while you were absent is YOUR responsibility. All assignments are to be turned in to the class trays, and will be returned in a timely manner (usually the next day). D. Extra Help I am available most days before school in my classroom. Please seek help as soon as you begin experiencing difficulty. I am here to help you learn! You may also me with questions on homework and I will get back to you in a timely manner. E. Tutoring Videos Each lesson gone over class has a corresponding digital version on my YouTube channel (there is a link provided on my webpage). These tutorial videos are very helpful if you are in need of extra assistance, review for a quiz/test, or were absent from class. VII. BEHAVIOR EXPECTATONS A. Teacher Creed 1. As your teacher I will not tolerate any student in this classroom stopping me from teaching for any reason whatsoever. 2. As your teacher I will not tolerate any student in this classroom stopping another student from learning for any reason whatsoever. 3. As your teacher I will not tolerate any student in this classroom doing anything that is not in the best interest of this class or in your best interest. GEOMETRY SYLLABUS Page 3

4 B. Classroom Rules/Consequences Math is not the easiest subject for many students, and an effective learning environment is essential for students to be successful. In order to maintain a positive, safe and effective teaching and learning environment it is necessary to have expectations for behavior and conduct that both the teachers and students agree. 1. All school rules, stated in your student handbook, will be enforced. 2. You are expected to participate in discussions and group work, to answer when called upon, and to be attentive to material being presented. Be an active member of this class. 3. Be prepared and on time for class. Tardiness will not be tolerated. Any students not inside the room completely at the beginning of class will be issued a demerit unless an appropriate pass is provided. Students will NOT be allowed to get a pass after the fact. 4. Be respectful to others and their property. 5. Be respectful of the opinions, input, and goals of your classmates and teacher. 6. NO food or drinks are allowed in classroom, unless provided by the teacher. 7. Electronics (i.e. ipods and cell phones) are not permitted in class. If you bring an electronic device to class, it will be taken to the office and cannot be retrieved until a parent comes to school to pick it up. 8. I dismiss you from class, not the bell. Please stay in your seat until the bell rings. No lining up at the door. 9. Use of the drinking fountain and bathroom will be conducted during passing periods, lunch period, and PE. 10. Talking is permitted during group and class discussion ONLY. During class discussions only one person will speak at a time. Students are required to raise their hand for permission to speak. 11. Stay focused on what we are doing in class. Listening is the best tool a student has. If you are having a hard time, raise your hand. 12. No communication of any kind will be allowed during quizzes and tests. 13. Cheating will not be tolerated in the classroom; cheaters will receive a zero for that assignment or test. To protect all of us, we agree to the following sequence of responses to any rule violations. #1 Teacher warning/student apology #2 Student conference (SMAC See Me After Class) #3 Parent/Guardian Contact #4 Referral to Dean C. Ticket Policy Students will be rewarded for initiative in their education. This includes answering questions asked by myself, asking questions during lecture, and contributing to class discussions. Students will be given a ticket for each act that GEOMETRY SYLLABUS Page 4

5 will be put into a drawing for each Friday. If a student s ticket is drawn, they may select among the following rewards: 1. Five points of extra credit 2. A homework pass 3. A bathroom pass 4. A piece of candy *Students may win more than once in a given week. **Tickets stay in the drawing until the end of the quarter. ***Students may win each item once per quarter. VIII. PARENT COMMUNICATION Strong parent-teacher communication is key to student success in the classroom. This syllabus (outlining course requirements and student behavior) is sent home to give a clear view of the expectations and responsibilities in class. Progress and grade reports are sent home and parents are also contacted by phone, , or letter when necessary. The class webpage and Powerschool are updated at least once a week. You may reach me by phone before or after school at or by Please sign and return the attached sheet to Mr. Fillmore by Friday, August 19th, 2016 to indicate that you have received and read the syllabus / rules for Geometry. GEOMETRY SYLLABUS Page 5

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7 Mr. Jay Fillmore GEOMETRY Student Name (print) I have read the Geometry Course Syllabus and Rules and understand the expectations, requirements and behavioral consequences for this class. Parent/Guardian Signature Student Signature Current Home Phone PARENT CONTACT INFORMATION What is the best way for me to contact you? Check and fill out information below indicating the best ways for me to get in touch with you. address: Work phone number: Home phone number: Cell phone number: GEOMETRY SYLLABUS Page 7

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