Springtown High School
Applied Math Course Syllabus
Your ending grade for each six week period will be based on 12 separate grades
taken during the period, eleven daily work and assignment sheet grades and three
test grades; the three test grades will count for one-half of your six week grade.
Daily Work 4 Grades
Assignment Sheet 4 Grades
Tests 2 Grades
Participation 1 Grade
Writing Assignment 1 Grade
Class Folder – You are required to maintain a class folder on a daily basis. This folder
is organized as follows: Assignment Sheet, Basic Skill, Daily Work,
Tests, and Writing Assignments. Maintain your folder on a daily basis,
one grade will be taken each six weeks.
Daily Work - Everyone in the class does the same daily work. This is the lesson
presented by the teacher the first part of the period. Four grades will
be taken from all of the daily work assignments; missing assignments
add a zero to the daily work grades.
Assignment - This is the IEP assignment that is particular to you. You may be in a
Sheet group or you may work alone. Four grades will be taken from all of
the assignment sheet work. Missing assignments add a zero to the
assignment sheet grades.
Tests - Each six weeks you will take two tests during the period and a six-
week test at the end of the period.
Assignment - In accordance with the SISD Comprehensive Writing Initiative you will
have one writing assignment each six weeks. This assignment will be on
the topic of your choice (if completed by the fourth week of heperiod) and
will be due at the end of the fifth week of the period. The assignment will
be scored 20% for standards (correct heading, capitalization, spelling,
punctuation, and use of complete sentences), and 80% for content. The
writing assignment must be at lease one page long.
The Semester Grade Will Be The Average Of The Six Week Grades