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Mr. Wojcik
Room 114 Voicemail: 537-8200 x7114 Email: jwojcik@holland.wnyric.org
Dear students and parents,
I am very excited to be your math teacher this year. As most of you know, this is my second year at Holland High School and I am glad for the privilege of being a part of this school community. I am looking forward to working with you all again and to the challenge of preparing for the Common Core Algebra Exam at the end of the year. Parents, please feel free to contact me through phone or email with any questions or concerns you may have throughout the year.
Course Description: Algebra 1B is the second half of the two year Algebra course offered at Holland. At the end of this second year students will take the New York State Common Core Algebra final exam, which is required for graduation. Topics included in this years course include: linear and quadratic functions, factoring, and solving quadratic equations. As we saw last year, the material is often challenging and requires students to develop a solid conceptual understanding to be successful.
Materials Needed: The following materials must be brought to class by the student on a daily basis:
- pens and pencils - graph paper
- three-ring binder - calculator
- AMSCO Integrated Algebra textbook
Grading and Assessment: The largest portion (70%) of students grades in this course will come from their performance on weekly unit tests and quizzes. Homework, which will be checked on a regular basis and will occasionally be collected, will also play a role (20%) in determining quarter grades. You will not be penalized for incorrect answers on homework problems, but I do expect you to show work and give a solution to every single problem. Effort is what counts. Students will also be assessed based on class participation (10%). This grade will be determined by the quality of the contributions made during class discussions and group work, as well as successfully adhering to classroom rules and guidelines.
Rules and Expectations: Specific classroom rules are posted in the room and can be referred to at any time. A general guideline is to be respectful and considerate to others this includes your teacher as well as your peers. Some other expectations I have of my students are the following:
Be an active learner instead of a passive listener. The greater the effort you put into a task, the more you will learn and the more rewarding it will be. Students of math need to be willing to THINK! This means asking questions in class, challenging the ideas presented to you, and putting an honest effort into every problem.
Be willing to take risks and make mistakes. Mathematics can be very challenging and does not always come easily to us. Mistakes are an important part of learning and should not be something we fear.
A positive attitude and a strong work ethic are the two biggest requirements for success.
Parents:
Please check my website for homework assignments, daily notes, and important dates.
Stay on top of your childs progress by logging into eSchool Parent Portal. This will show homework completion, quiz and test grades, and their overall average.
All of your childs math materials should be organized in their 3 ring math binder. Students must refer to this when they are completing their homework.
If you should have any questions regarding your childs progress during the year, please feel free to contact me at school.
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