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Contact Katrin Deetz  Katrin Deetz (831) 438-0610 ex: 221 Math & Science Teacher
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Course Guidelines

1) Show all work on a sheet of graph or lined paper. Justify your answer for each problem.  No work = No credit!

2) Ask for help, and use your resources. 

3) Your brain is your most valuable calculator.  You may double-check your answer with a calculator only after you have done the work yourself first.

4) Regular practice is necessary.

5) Help others when you know it.  If you can successfully explain it to someone else, it shows that you really know it.

6) Mistakes are to be expected; the important part is to learn from them.  Have a growth-mindset!

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Test Corrections

If you score a 69% or lower on a quiz or test, you can do test corrections to raise your grade up to C (75%) credit.  Here's how:

1) Get a separate sheet of paper, and title it "Corrections";

2) For only the problems you missed on the test, re-do the problem correctly. Number the problem, show all work, and box in your final answer;

3) Staple your corrections to the original test, and turn it in to the Inbox.    

You may review the concept, but corrections must be done independently.  

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Math 7 Deetz

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Math Syllabus:

1) Homework is assigned Monday - Thursday nights; 5 points per assignment, due the following day. A minimum of 15 minutes of Khan Academy 7th grade Math skills practice each week is also part of homework, worth 10 points per week;

2) Grades are weighted: 35% Homework & 65% Assessments

3) Seventh Grade Math Standards focus on number operations with rational numbers, ratios and proportions, multi-step equations, inequalities, probability, area, and circumference of circles. Within content areas, students will develop the following Mathematical Practices:

  1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

  2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

  3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

  4. Model with mathematics.

  5. Use appropriate tools strategically.

  6. Attend to precision.

  7. Look for and make use of structure.

  8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

Explore the Common Core Math resources more at the link below:

http://www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/7/introduction/

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CPM Math Textbook login

https://sso.cpm.org/

CPM Answer key

Check your answers to Math homework on the link below:

CC2SelectedAnswers.pdf 

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Khan Academy

Join with Class Code: R79Q34SN

Weekly Expectations for Khan Academy:

www.khanacademy.org

- Practice 7th grade (or higher) Math skills for a minimum total of 15 minutes each week

- Minutes are only given for time spent doing math problems 

- Complete assigned assignments from teacher in your dashboard; no points given if assignment is incomplete

- Get 70% or higher on your assignment(s)

- After you've completed your assignments and 15 minutes of 7th grade practice, you may choose other grade-levels and skills of your choice to practice 

- Minutes are checked every Monday around 8 a.m. for the last seven days (from Monday to Monday); weekend practice counts!

- Worth 10 points per week in Homework category of your grade

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Math Class Resources can be found in Mrs. Deetz' GoogleClassroom.

Class Code: rdwv95

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CPM Parent Help

Parents, check out the CPM Course 2 Parent Guide below! It has tons of helpful examples and practice problems.

CPMCourse2ParentGuide.pdf

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