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Welcome to Back to School Night!. Mr. Parnell – Team Venture – 6 th Grade Math Room 109. This year Students will learn:. Factors and multiples Operations with decimals, fractions, and integers Expressions and equations Statistics Geometry Variables and Patterns

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Welcome to Back to School Night!
• Mr. Parnell – Team Venture – 6th Grade Math
• Room 109
This year Students will learn:
• Factors and multiples
• Operations with decimals, fractions, and integers
• Expressions and equations
• Statistics
• Geometry
• Variables and Patterns
• Ratio and proportional relationships
• Assessment (Tests/Quizzes/Projects) – 70%
• 1 test = 2 quizzes

Homework – 20%

• Class Performance – 10%
• Effort
• Compliance
• Behavior
• Cooperation
• Participation
• 50% - Assessments
• 20% - Homework
• 20% - Classwork
• 10% - Effort
• 70% - Assessments
• 20% - Homework
• 10% - Class Performance
• Example: Suppose a student performed exactly the same in 5th and 6th grade. Let’s see how the grade weighting affects the students average!

Homework: 100%

Classwork: 100%

Effort: 100%

86

78

91

64

Test Average of 79.75

100 x .20 = 20

100 x .20 = 20

100 x .10 = 10

79.75 x .50 = 39.875

Homework: 100%

Class Performance: 100%

86

78

91

64

Test Average of 79.75

100 x .20 = 20

100 x .10 = 10

79.75 x .70 = 55.825

HOMEWORK
• 3 Point Response
• - shows allcomplete work (graphs, calculations, tables, pictures…)
• - answers ALL parts of the question(s)
• 2 Point Response
• - shows partial work of the problem(s)
• - answers most parts of the question(s)
• 1 Point Response
• - shows limited to almost no work of the problem(s)
• 0 Point Response
• - shows no work or effort
• Students will earn a 0 for any work that is not turned in on time, with no exceptions.
Computation

Computation Homework/Computation Quizzes

• 2 problems a night except on Friday when the question is open ended
• Use 4-square on the open-ended question
• Will not be announced each day – students need to just know that they are part of the homework
• Computation quiz about every two weeks – will not be announced
Basic Facts