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Welcome to Mrs. Montero’s Geometry Class – 1 st PERIOD. BELLWORK Find your NAME on the YELLOW LIST on the black cart & Pick up a all Handouts on CART Sit in your assigned group  Introduce yourselves and make sure everyone has the handouts **Some people will need to sit on a computer chair.

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welcome to mrs montero s geometry class 1 st period

Welcome to Mrs. Montero’s Geometry Class – 1st PERIOD

  • BELLWORK
  • Find your NAME on the YELLOW LIST on the black cart & Pick up a all Handouts on CART
  • Sit in your assigned group  Introduce yourselves and make sure everyone has the handouts
  • **Some people will need to sit on a computer chair
the agenda and objectives
The Agenda and Objectives

Objective: To review school policies, documents and materials.

  • Attendance and Introductions
  • Forms
    • Parent Contract + Signature *
    • Principal’s Welcome Letter
    • Lunch Application/Title I * *Return to 3rd Period
    • Insurance Form Due *
    • Video Release Form*
    • PTSA & PTSA Membership Form
    • Project Start-Up Survey
    • Calendar
    • Bell Schedule
    • After School Care
    • Schedules
    • Emergency Contact Card*
  • Classroom Norm Activity – Do you see it?
  • Syllabus and Procedures
  • Springboard 1.1 and 1.2
what are you returning to 3 rd period
What are you returning to 3rd Period???
  • Emergency Contact Card
  • Parent Contract + Signature
  • Lunch Application/Title I
  • Insurance Form Due
  • Video Release Form
  • PTSA Membership Form
  • Project Start-Up Survey
you now have 5 minutes to talk about compare or complain about your schedules
You Now have 5 Minutes to Talk About/Compare/or Complain about your Schedules

If you have a scheduling issue, it will be dealt with in 3rd period through a counselor…

do you see it
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

do you see it1
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

do you see it2
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

Round 3: Questioning

do you see it3
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

Round 3: Questioning

Round 4: Guided Instruction

do you see it4
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

Round 3: Questioning

Round 4: Guided Instruction

Round 5: Group Learning

the cow analogy our classroom norms
The Cow Analogy: Our Classroom Norms

1. What happens in each of the five rounds?

Round 1: Very few, if any, see it straight away

Round 2: Direct instruction works for a few

Round 3: Questioning moves everyone forward

Round 4: Majority sees with direct explanation

Round 5: Everyone sees when helping partner

2. Are you “smarter” than someone if you see the cow first?

3. What is your responsibility when you see the cow?

4. What kind of student will not see the cow?

If you don’t see the cow, don’t leave the room!

math class syllabus classroom rules and procedures
Math Class SyllabusClassroom Rules and Procedures

My Student Pledge

 I understand that education is a privilege and a responsibility. Therefore I pledge to:

  • Take responsibility for my learning and my behavior
  • Participate in class
  • Come to class prepared and with a good attitude
  • I will try my best
  • Seek help when I need it
  • Submit my own work (don’t copy)
  • Care more about my education than my grades
  • Consider the feelings and rights of others
  • Be a person of honesty, integrity and character
  • Strive for Excellence
supply list
Supply List
  • Pocket Folder Left in the Classroom
  • Binder/Notebook to Take Home
      • Springboard Pages/Notes/Classwork
      • Homework
  • Scientific Calculator (TI-30XS)
  • One of the Following To Contribute to the Class:
    • Period 1/2/3: White board Markers
    • Period 4: Cleaning Wipes or Hand Sanitizer Bottle
    • Period 5: Colored Paper or White Paper Ream
    • Period 7: Hand Sanitizer or 2 Tissue Boxes
grading
Grading
  • Quizzes 15% (expect a little one every week)
  • Tests 25% (2 each 9 weeks)
  • Classwork 35% (Questions from Springboard/Packet/Textbook or Notebook check)
  • Homework 25% (IXL, USA Test Prep, Worksheets, Springboard, practice tests and questions)
essentials and emergencies
Essentials and Emergencies
  • No Food or Drink by the computers
  • Take Bathroom Pass and Sign Out – no more than once per week.
  • Do not leave class without permission /pass.
  • Fire Drill Procedure: meeting area by batting cages. Bring sign and attendance
  • Lock Down: remain silent, no electronics
remember the cow
REMEMBER THE COW
  • We don’t know everything right away
  • Just being told doesn’t make it clear.
  • Asking Questions is essential.
  • A teacher can guide you, but you still need to work
  • Working together, we can all learn
euclid
Euclid

Euclid (/ˈjuːklɪd/ ewk-lid; Ancient Greek: Εὐκλείδης Eukleidēs), fl. 300 BC, also known asEuclid of Alexandria, was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the "Father of Geometry". (323–283 BC). His Elements is one of the most influential works in the history of mathematics, serving as the main textbook for teaching mathematics (especially geometry) from the time of its publication until the late 19th or early 20th century. In the Elements, Euclid deduced the principles of what is now called Euclidean geometry from a small set of axioms. Euclid also wrote works on perspective, conic sections, spherical geometry, number theory and rigor.

- Wikipedia

what is an axiom or postulate
What is an AXIOM or POSTULATE?

"Let the following be postulated":

  • "To draw a straight line from any point to any point."
  • "To produce [extend] a finite straight line continuously in a straight line."
  • "To describe a circle with any centre and distance [radius]."
  • "That all right angles are equal to one another."
  • The parallel postulate: "That, if a straight line falling on two straight lines make the interior angles on the same side less than two right angles, the two straight lines, if produced indefinitely, meet on that side on which are the angles less than the two right angles."
slide32

Home Learning:

  • For Period 3 Return 7 Papers!
  • For All Periods:
    • School Supplies
    • Complete the Login Handout
    • Begin 1.1 (Getting Ready Page 2)
welcome to ms montero s geometry class

Welcome to Ms. Montero’s Geometry Class

  • BELLWORK
  • Find your NAME on the LIST on the black cart
  • Sit in your assigned group  Introduce yourselves and make sure everyone in the table has the handouts
  • **some people will need to sit on a computer chair
the agenda and objectives1
The Agenda and Objectives

Objective: To review school policies, documents and materials.

  • Attendance and Introductions
  • The 7 Forms you must return to 3rd Period
  • Classroom Norm Activity – Do you see it?
  • Syllabus and Procedures
  • Springboard 1.1 and 1.2
what are you returning to 3 rd period1
What are you returning to 3rd Period???
  • Emergency Contact Card
  • Parent Contract + Signature
  • Lunch Application/Title I
  • Insurance Form Due
  • Video Release Form
  • PTSA Membership Form
  • Project Start-Up Survey
  • Signed Electronic Device
do you see it5
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

do you see it6
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

do you see it7
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

Round 3: Questioning

do you see it8
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

Round 3: Questioning

Round 4: Guided Instruction

do you see it9
Do you see it?

Round 1: Look and See

Round 2: What its Not

Round 3: Questioning

Round 4: Guided Instruction

Round 5: Group Learning

the cow analogy our classroom norms1
The Cow Analogy: Our Classroom Norms

1. What happens in each of the five rounds?

Round 1: Very few, if any, see it straight away

Round 2: Direct instruction works for a few

Round 3: Questioning moves everyone forward

Round 4: Majority sees with direct explanation

Round 5: Everyone sees when helping partner

2. Are you “smarter” than someone if you see the cow first?

3. What is your responsibility when you see the cow?

4. What kind of student will not see the cow?

If you don’t see the cow, don’t leave the room!

math class syllabus classroom rules and procedures1
Math Class SyllabusClassroom Rules and Procedures

My Student Pledge

 I understand that education is a privilege and a responsibility. Therefore I pledge to:

  • Take responsibility for my learning and my behavior
  • Participate in class
  • Come to class prepared and with a good attitude
  • I will try my best
  • Seek help when I need it
  • Submit my own work (don’t copy)
  • Care more about my education than my grades
  • Consider the feelings and rights of others
  • Be a person of honesty, integrity and character
  • Strive for Excellence
supply list1
Supply List
  • Pocket Folder Left in the Classroom
  • Binder/Notebook to Take Home
      • Springboard Pages/Notes/Classwork
      • Homework
  • Scientific Calculator (TI-30XS)
  • One of the Following To Contribute to the Class:
    • Period 1/2/3: White board Markers
    • Period 4: Cleaning Wipes or Hand Sanitizer Bottle
    • Period 5: Colored Paper or White Paper Ream
    • Period 7: Hand Sanitizer or 2 Tissue Boxes
grading1
Grading
  • Quizzes 15% (expect a little one every week)
  • Tests 25% (2 each 9 weeks)
  • Classwork 35% (Questions from Springboard/Packet/Textbook or Notebook check)
  • Homework 25% (IXL, USA Test Prep, Worksheets, Springboard, practice tests and questions)
essentials and emergencies1
Essentials and Emergencies
  • No Food or Drink by the computers
  • Take Bathroom Pass and Sign Out – no more than once per week.
  • Do not leave class without permission /pass.
  • Fire Drill Procedure: meeting area by batting cages. Bring sign and attendance
  • Lock Down: remain silent, no electronics
remember the cow1
REMEMBER THE COW
  • We don’t know everything right away
  • Just being told doesn’t make it clear.
  • Asking Questions is essential.
  • A teacher can guide you, but you still need to work
  • Working together, we can all learn
euclid1
Euclid

Euclid (/ˈjuːklɪd/ ewk-lid; Ancient Greek: Εὐκλείδης Eukleidēs), fl. 300 BC, also known asEuclid of Alexandria, was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the "Father of Geometry". (323–283 BC). His Elements is one of the most influential works in the history of mathematics, serving as the main textbook for teaching mathematics (especially geometry) from the time of its publication until the late 19th or early 20th century. In the Elements, Euclid deduced the principles of what is now called Euclidean geometry from a small set of axioms. Euclid also wrote works on perspective, conic sections, spherical geometry, number theory and rigor.

- Wikipedia

what is an axiom or postulate1
What is an AXIOM or POSTULATE?

"Let the following be postulated":

  • "To draw a straight line from any point to any point."
  • "To produce [extend] a finite straight line continuously in a straight line."
  • "To describe a circle with any centre and distance [radius]."
  • "That all right angles are equal to one another."
  • The parallel postulate: "That, if a straight line falling on two straight lines make the interior angles on the same side less than two right angles, the two straight lines, if produced indefinitely, meet on that side on which are the angles less than the two right angles."
slide66

Home Learning:

  • For Period 3 Return Papers! – August 22 (Friday)
  • Summer Homework Aug 27(B) – Packet
  • For All Periods:
    • School Supplies
    • Complete the Login Handout
    • Begin Page 2 (Due Thurs (B) Due Fri(A), Pages 3-5 due Mon(B) /Tuesday