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Mr.

Moore 7th Grade Math


2013-2014 http://mrmooremath.weebly.com

In Seventh Grade, instructional time should focus on four critical areas: Developing understanding of and applying proportional relationships; Developing understanding of operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations; Solving problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and working with two- and threedimensional shapes to solve problems involving area, surface area, and volume; and Drawing inferences about populations based on samples http://www.corestandards.org

u Ratios and Proportional Relationships u The Number System u Expression and Equations u Geometry u Statistics and Probability

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Accentuate the Negative Shapes and Designs Stretching and Shrinking Comparing and Scaling * Variables and Patterns Moving Straight Ahead What Do You Expect? Filling and Wrapping Samples and Populations

* Was moved to 6th grade this year. Will cover contents for this class year during 7th grade.

Accentuate the Negative Shapes and Designs Stretching and Shrinking Comparing and Scaling * Variables and Patterns Moving Straight Ahead What Do You Expect? Filling and Wrapping Samples and Populations Thinking with Mathematical Models Looking for Pythagoras Growing, Growing, Growing

* Was moved to 6th grade this year. Will cover contents for this class year during 7th grade.

Reports are distributed each trimester Feedback on both academic progress and work habit progress is provided The numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are utilized to report progress towards achieving standards (No Letter Grades) Standards Status updated each week and posted on board

Standards Ratings based on Assessments Standards Based Grade on 1-5 scale 5 Exceeds Standards 4 Meets and Sometimes Exceeds Standards 3 Consistently Meets Standards 2 Meets Some Standards 1 Does Not Meet Standards

A Standards Based Grade of 3 is NOT equivalent to a C!

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Follow Good PBIS Behaviors (See Agenda) Come To Class Prepared (Including All Materials) Ready Checks will be done. Go Directly to Your Seat and Get Prepared For Class Follow Directions the First Time They are Given

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Charged Computer At least one working Pencil (preferably several) with eraser (attached or otherwise) Math Notebook Binder Math Folder Completed Homework Red Pen Good Attitude Other items as assigned

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Good Behavior will receive:


Verbal Acknowledgement Possible Rewards such as selection from prize box, treat or brownie point Satisfaction for a job well done

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Poor Behavior will receive:


Encouragement and Feedback on how to improve Warning (unless major violation) Consequence (possibly lunch detention, phone call home, Office Referral, etc.)

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Come to Class Prepared o 2 warnings per semester. After the second warning consequence will be given o Unannounced ready checks that will have rewards Go Directly to Your Seat and Get Prepared For Class o 2 warnings per semester. After the second warning consequence will be given Follow Directions the First Time They are Given

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All hard copy papers will be turned in the tray by the bulletin board. Electronic copies of requested assignments maybe turned in via Edmodo. Daily homework maybe checked in during class. (Tracked Completed or Not Completed) A Problem Of the Day will usually be posted. Start trying to solve the problem immediately!

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pass. Sign out on Clipboard and take pass. Do NOT Ask during whole class instruction! 6. Do NOT Interrupt when others are speaking. Raise your hand if you have something to contribute or have questions. 7. Do NOT ball up paper! Consequences will be given!

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Mr. Moore Contact Information


Mr. Moore Stratford Middle School 7th Grade Teacher (630) 671- 4355 moorel@ccsd93.com www.ccsd93.com http://mrmooremath.weebly.com