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GRADE 7 MATHEMATICS
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>>> LAST UPDATED ... June 18, 2012
ALL GRADES ARE UPDATED DAILY.
REMEMBER to look over your notes 5 min each night. All Homework is due the following class period. (NO LATE assignments accepted) Max HW grade is 25/25 >> 15 points for completion and 10 points for accuracy. The average of all HW assignments will count 20% of your marking period grade.
Mini-Quizzes or miscellaneous have a max grade of 10/10. The average of all the grades is this section count 20% of your marking period grade. Starting on Jan 30, each week a set of 6 review problems will be completed at the beginning of the week (Mon or Tue) with a review 6 additional problems to follow for the student to practice. The Mini-quizzes will be five of these and take place Thu or Fri of the same week. The Mini-Quizzes continue weekly until the last week of March.
FINAL MINI QUIZ THU/FRI MAR 29/30.
All quizzes (usually unannounced) are worth a max grade of 50/50. The average of all quizzes will count 25% of your marking period grade.
All tests (2-3 days notice given) are worth a max grade of 100 points. The average of all tests count 35% of your marking period grade.
Missing work from absence is entered as a "zero" until made up in the time allowed. If not completed...the grade is "ZERO". Be sure to check your grade on Power School.
Final project due April 3. Project to count as 1 test grade for the fourth Marking Period. Projects to be graded and posted around May 1.
ALL "FACING MATH" PAGES COMPLETED FROM JAN - MAY WILL COUNT AS ONE (1) QUIZ GRADE FOR THE FOURTH MARKING PERIOD. GRADES TO BE POSTED MAY 30.
World Language Exams will be two regular class periods June 5 & 6.
Final Exams will be Thursday, June 7 (Reading & LA), Friday, June 8 (Math & Science), & Monday, June 11 (Social Studies)
Exams will be 90 minutes in length and count as two (2) test grades for the 4th Marking Period. More details to follow.
Math study guide to be distributed on or about May 29. Review worksheets for the exam have been distributed and gone over throughout the second half of the school year.
Summer Math due Sept Enjoy the summer Mr P
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Assignments from the Academic Period are due the following week.
In preparing for the NJ Ask, three (3) quizzes are scheduled for Apr 17, 18, 19 will follow the state test guide lines both in the amount of time and the number of problems.� Each will count as one (1) quiz grade for the last marking period. Problems will be similar to those on the 8 Mini Practices and 8 Mini Quizzes completed each week during the months of Feb and Mar for the 3rd marking period.
X�� Tue, Apr 17 Part a > Ten calculations (all types) in 20 min NO CALCULATOR
X�� Wed, Apr 18 Part b > Eight multiple choice questions-1 open ended 22 min NO CALCULATOR
X�� Thu, Apr 19 Part c > Ten multiple choice questions-1open ended 25 min WITH A CALCULATOR
START GATHERING MATERIALS NEEDED TO STUDY FOR FINAL EXAM AS OUTLINED IN THE STUDY GUIDE DISTRIBUTED ON MAY 29.� THE 411 LISTED ABOVE.
MATH HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS:.
GROUP A (per 1) Enjoy the summer !
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GROUP C (per 4) Enjoy the summer !
GROUP D (per 8) Enjoy the summer !
GROUP E (per 10) Enjoy the summer !
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