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Taking Math I in 8th grade. Parent Meeting August 5, 2019. Taking Math I in 8th grade. Follows the course of study for High School Math I class Requires taking End-of-Course (EOC) Exam which counts 25% of Final Grade (Do not have to take the 8th grade EOG)

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## Taking Math I in 8th grade

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**Taking Math I in 8th grade**Parent Meeting August 5, 2019**Taking Math I in 8th grade**• Follows the course of study for High School Math I class • Requires taking End-of-Course (EOC) Exam which counts 25% of Final Grade (Do not have to take the 8th grade EOG) • Passing grade means credits toward high school graduation and will show up on child’s transcript (does not affect high school GPA) • A failing grade (lower than 60 for a final grade) will translate into no credit earned and will show up on child’s transcript as failing (does not affect high school GPA); Math I will have to be repeated in the 9th grade • Cannot drop the class after 20 school days**At the High School**• Will count as 1 of the 4 math courses needed to graduate, however, 1 math course is encouraged during Senior Year. • A typical sequence for an academic track in high school mathematics might look like this: 9th grade: Math II or Honors Math II 10th grade: Math III or Honors Math III Including an EOC test 11th- 12th grade: Advanced Functions and Models, AP Statistics, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, or Honors Discrete Math.**Other things to think about:**• Students still need to learn both (8th grade math and Math I) • A lot more needs to be taught, therefore, we will move faster AND there will be more work and higher expectations from the students • Very different from 6th and 7th grade math • Students need to learn that they may have to study this year. • 8th grade 25 standards • Math I 46 standards**References / Websites**http://www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/ http://www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/mathematics/scos/ http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/curriculum/mathematics/scos/math-options-chart.pdf http://maccss.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Middle%20School

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