Geometry RC – Spring 2020
Teacher: Mr. Woodhull E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 732-602-8603
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Extra Help: Extra help will be available on school days from 7:00 to 7:40 A.M. in room 110 with Ms. Sampaio. Please contact me if you have any questions.
The objective of this course is to explore every facet of lines, polygons, as well as two and three-dimensional shapes, beginning with a strong foundation at the start of the year progressing to the application of both inductive and deductive reasoning to geometric problems involving lines, planes and polygons. This course is developmental and requires active participation through cooperative learning groups, interaction with the teacher, and the use of technology.
As per our Curriculum Guide and Textbook, we will be covering the following Chapters:
Chapter 1: Tools of Geometry
Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof
Chapter 3: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Chapter 4: Congruent Triangles
Chapter 5: Relationships in Triangles
Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals
Chapter 7: Proportions and Similarity
Chapter 8: Right Triangles and Trigonometry
Chapter 9: Transformations and Symmetry
Chapter 10: Circles
Chapter 11: Areas of Polygons and Circles
Chapter 12: Extending Surface Area and Volume
- Students are expected to be on time or arrive with a signed appropriate pass. Students will not be sent out of class to go to their lockers for failing to come prepared. Being on time means being seated and ready to work when the bell rings! School Tardy Policy will be strictly enforced.
- No Food or Drink allowed in the classroom at any time. Bottled water is acceptable.
- Electronic devices are strictly prohibited (cell phones, iPods, iPads, hand held video games, headphones etc...) any student who violates the use of an electronic device in the classroom will be formally written up and face disciplinary action.
- Academic Integrity will be expected of all students.
- Students are expected to remain in class for the duration of the block. Students are expected to take care of personal issues (e.g. bathroom, guidance, main office etc...) before class or during lunch.
- Students will show respect for self, others, learning and property.Supplies Needed Daily:
- Binder or notebook, chromebook
- Pencils, Erasers, Lined paper
- CalculatorGrading Procedure:
- Major Assessments (Tests)………………………………......50%
- Minor Assessments (CW, HW, Quizzes).……..…………….50%
- Homework will be assigned, collected and graded. Students are expected to complete homework on a daily basis when assigned.
- Each assignment will have a 100 point value. It is the expectation that all appropriate work is shown. Quizzes taken directly from the homework will be given on a regular basis in some cases without notice. These grades will be included in the Formative Assessment category.
- It is the expectation of the Woodbridge High School Mathematics Department that all assignments be submitted by the due date. Late assignments will be accepted, 10 points will be taken off for each day after the due date. Any assignment which is not handed in 3 days after the due day will result in a zero. However, assignments handed in beyond the 3 day period if completed correctly will still be accepted with the highest attainable grade being a 50. Any student who is absent will be allowed to make up work and will receive credit for that work. Students will be given 2 days for every day absent and/or suspended to complete make up assignments. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure they check the school wires web page and/or my Google classroom for any and all make up work.