# RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL

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Rangeview High School
Course Syllabus
2012-2013

Course Title: Integrated Math 3 (Core-Plus Mathematics Project)

Instructor’s Name: Analyn A. Alquitran

Contact Numbers: 303- 695-6848        Voicemail Box: 303-326-3876

Teacher availability: By Appointment

Teacher availability:
Concepts and Skills/ Essential Questions

1st Quarter: Standard #4: Shape, Dimension, and Geometric Relationships. Standard #2:
Patterns, Functions, and Algebraic Structures. Standard #3: Data Analysis, Statistics, and
Probability
   Experiment with transformations in the plane
   Understand congruence in terms of rigid motions
   Prove geometric theorems

2nd Quarter: Standard #2: Patterns, Functions, and Algebraic Structures. Standard #4:
Shape, Dimension, and Geometric Relationships
   Analyze functions using different representations
   Experiment with transformations in the plane
   Understand congruence in terms of rigid motions
   Prove geometric theorems involving similarity

   3rd Quarter: Standard #2: Patterns, Functions, and Algebraic Structures. Standard #4: Shape,
Dimension, and Geometric Relationships
   Interpret functions that arise in applications in terms of the context
   Analyze functions using different representations
   Understand the relationship between zeroes and factors of polynomials
   Prove geometric theorems and make geometric constructions

4th Quarter: Standard #2: Patterns, Functions, and Algebraic Structures.
 Analyze functions using different representations
   Build new functions from existing functions
   Formulate the concept of a function and use function notation
   Construct and compare linear, quadratic, and exponential models and solve
problems.

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Standards-based guideline:

Conversion of grade book body of evidence to letter             Used for
and
transcripts.
In a variety of assessments, the student consistently and
independently achieves proficiency in grade level
application/analysis when the opportunity exists.

In a variety of assessments, the student achieves proficiency
With teacher or peer support, the student is able to achieve
proficiency in grade level concepts/ skills.                          C

The student demonstrates limited understanding/
application of grade level concepts/skills and does not meet          D
the identified goals at this time.
The student rarely demonstrates understanding of grade
level concepts/skills or there is insufficient evidence to            F
accurately determine the proficiency level.

Progress indicator: used in teacher grade book for individual assignments/assessments.

Proficient

Partially Proficient

Unsatisfactory

Unsatisfactory/Missing

Capital letters: summative or “major” assignments/assessments
Lower Case: formative or practice assignments/assessments

(+)= denotes upper range within progress indicators
( -)= denotes lower range within progress indicators

Classroom Behavior Expectations and Policies: Students are expected to adhere
with the Classroom expectations, work cooperatively with peers in every group activity,

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work independently on a given On Your own tasks and respect every individual in the
classroom.

Policies for Absences and Make-up work: Students who were absent must
complete their make-up work in 5 days following their return to school. They must
secure notes on the work missed from the absence packet or from their group
coordinator prior to scheduling a make-up session.

Other Policies:
 Hall passes: Each student is eligible for3 hall pass privilege for emergency
purposes only. Student is expected to stay after class 1 minute thereafter
as a replacement for using 4 or more pass privileges.
 Tardy Policy: Please see student handbook.
 Student who is caught cheating will automatically receive a rating of
unsatisfactory on the assignment, and a discipline referral.
 Substitutes: In case the regular course teacher is out, students are
expected to complete and finish the day’s class work. Any report
submitted by the substitute to the regular teacher is final.
 Classroom managers selected for specific job assignment in the group are
expected to perform their duty based on job description. The teacher
reserves the right to provide a replacement for non-performance.
 Homework: Collection of homework is during the first 15 minutes of
class.
 Students are expected to remain seated for the duration of the class
period, unless otherwise instructed.

Material or Supplies Required or Recommended for Course:

TI-83 or TI-84 Calculator (required)   Eraser (recommended)
Graphing Notebook (required)           1 box Kleenex (recommended)
12 pencils (required)                  AAA batteries (recommended)
Graph Paper (cm or inch grid)          1 clear plastic ruler (recommended)

Student Name : __________________________________
Subject: Integrated Math Course 4
Teacher: Analyn A. Alquitran

Parent Signature: _________________________________

Date: _________________

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