Curriculum Guide Course Calendar Geometry Concepts, Course Syllabus Mrs. Rezach, Room 101 email@example.com Textbook and Resources: Geometry On Line Geometry Help http://www.freemathhelp.com/geometry.html This is a resource you can use at home if you are having difficulty with a concept or assignmentCourse Outline: Review: Solving Equations Chapter 1 Tools of Geometry Chapter 3 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Chapter 4 Congruent Triangle Chapter 5 Relationships in Triangles Chapter 8 Right Triangle Chapter 10 Circles Grading Policy Homework/Participation 25%Participation, Classwork, Homework,Notebook Quizzes75% Weekly Quizzes and Tests Homework in Geometry: Students will receive daily homework in Geometry. You will be expected to begin homework in class so that you can ask questions. Homework is due at the beginning of class each day. No late homework will be accepted. We will be discussing homework and reviewing answers in class. Homework will be graded. Geometry Notebook and folder are required for class. A spiral bound notebook devoted to Geometry is required. You will be given one pocket folder in which to keep handouts. These items must be brought to class everyday. Your notebook will be checked each marking period and a grade will be assigned. Google Classroom and Powerschool: Students are expected to check Google Classroom and Powerschool on a daily/frequent basis. It is the student’s responsibility to check powerschool and see or email the teacher questions on grades or missing assignments. Expectations: Students are expected to come to class prepared and on time with all necessary materials. Students must bring Geometry Notebook, homework, pencil and iPad to class everyday. Participation is required each and every day Respectful and cooperative behavior is expected at all times Food & drinks are not permitted in class. Cell phones and I-pods are not permitted in class. If visible or used in class your phone/I-pod will be taken and given to the Assistant Principal and a phone call will be made to parents. Student Absence: In the case of an excused absence: Students are responsible for making up missed work. Students are expected to make up missed work, including tests and quizzes, on the day they return to school. In the event of field trips, students must make arrangements with the instructor regarding tests and quizzes before the event. Students that are late to school or class will not provided with extra time for work and students that are late to school and miss class should make be prepared to make up work that same day. Exceptions will be made for extended illness or other extenuating circumstances that arise. In the case of an unexcused absence (Cutting Class): Students who cut class receive no credit for the day and receive a zero on missed work, including tests and quizzes. Teacher Absence: You must check Google Classroom for your assignment. The substitute will be instructed to have all students complete the assignment and submit during the class period. All subwork will be graded. iPads: Students will be expected to bring their iPads to class, charged, on a daily basis. Not having your iPad is to be unprepared for the day. Student use of iPads in the classroom is restricted to topics and materials which, per the instructor, further the implementation of the day’s lesson. Students who are off topic with their iPads risk negatively impacting their grade for the assignment and potentially face disciplinary consequences.