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Math 7/Honors Math 7

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Math 7/Honors Math 7

Mrs. Malay/Mr. Hall

2012-2013

The Tributes

“May your grades be ever in your favor”

BS in Biology from Arizona State University

Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from NAU

14 Years of Teaching Experience

7th grade Science, 7th grade Honors Math, 7th and 8th grade Math, and Year I

Microbiologist Supervisor for 8 years with the Arizona State Lab

Daughter and son at HHS

It is imperative that you monitor your student’s progress in math. If your student begins to struggle or fall behind, please consider the following:

Work with them at home! Ask to see their homework each night. Check agendas and Infinite Campus at least weekly.

Each math teacher has one tutoring day per week. Utilize this time, it’s free!

Encourage your students to be self-advocates. Teachers cannot address issues they do not know about.

Check the CUSD or Az. Department of Education website for the current standards and what is expected for each grade level:

http://www.mychandlerschools.org/page/934

http://www.azed.gov/standards-practices/

What do the 2010 Arizona Common Core State Standards mean for students?

- Help prepare students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in education and training after high school.
- Clearer standards help students understand what is expected of them.
- Consistent expectations across states for all students, regardless of where they live or if they decide to attend college or pursue a job.
- Relevant content and application of knowledge through high-order thinking skills
- Help ensure Arizona students are globally competitive.

2010 AZ Standards (Common Core) by Grade:

Students are responsible for obtaining missing work from class and/or my website.

Work is due on the due date at the beginning of class, otherwise it’s considered late (1/2 of original points).

No work shown or incomplete work (at teacher’s discretion) is not accepted and an X will be stamped in the agenda. Grade is a “0” till work is brought in and given ½ of original points.

- Students will be allowed to use one3x5 card on most tests/quizzes (teachers discretion). Any information they want from their notes may be written on front and back.
- Students have one week from the test/quiz date to make up the missed test/quiz, otherwise grade will remain a “0”.

- Agendas - please check your students agenda nightly. Look for an X in the subject area to determine which homework was not turned in or was incomplete. I stamp on the day the homework was due for homework given the day before. It is just a reminder that they need to get the work in.
- Malay.Veronique@cusd80.com (preferred)
- Hall.Elliot@cusd80.com
- Phone 480-883-5586/ Mr. Hall 480-883-5590

- Check notes and examples**
- Use textbook
- Use of websites listed for Math
- Use family members or friends
- Library has textbooks/videos to checkout
- Used books (Amazon.com, Bookmans, i.e.)
- ** Check Mrs. Malay’s and Mr. Hall’s website

ResourcesNOTE: The websites listed below are not endorsed by Mrs. Malay. These are areas that, as a parent, you should check out to see if it is appropriate for your child.

MATH

http://www.khanacademy.org/

www.aplusemath.com

www.factmonster.com

www.math.com

www.aaamath.com

http://www.homeschoolmath.net/online/math facts.php

www.math2.org

- BJHS website
Malay, Veronique / Malay's Home Page

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