*Courses Taught at High School*__Professional Bibliography__

**1 credit Prerequisite: Algebra I, standardized test scores and/or Instructor’s recommendation Required for college admission. This course stresses the basic structure of geometry and proficiency in developing geometric vocabulary. Units of study include parallel lines, angles, triangles, polygons, circles, constructions, area and volume formulas, coordinate geometry, trigonometry, and transformations. Concepts of special geometry are integrated with plane geometry throughout the course. Formal proofs are applied with a balance of theory and application. Calculator use in encouraged for most units and tests.**

__GEOMETRY__**1 credit Prerequisite: Algebra I, standardized test scores and/or Instructor’s recommendation The Geometry Honors class will be accelerated to include all concepts in Geometry at a high skill band.**

__GEOMETRY HONORS__**1 credit Grade 11-12 A variety of areas pertaining to consumer business applications will be explored. Basic topics drawn from algebra and geometry are included.**

__APPLIED MATH__

__Syllabus__

**Geometry**

Mr. Schuetz (shuts) Room 106 608-676-2223

Ext. 2106

Welcome to Geometry. I have high expectations for you to be successful and high expectations for myself to help you achieve that success.

A.
**Extra help** will be available every day during class,
before and after school.

B.
**Supplies **needed for class:

1. pencil or pen 2. paper (loose-leaf or spiral) for classroom notes

3. folder or binder 4. ruler (marked in both centimeters and inches)

5. protractor 6. compass

7. calculator

C.
** Grading:** Your grade for this class will be
determined by your performance on the following graded components:

1) Formative assessment worth 35% of the semester grade.

A.
**Quizzes **

__Section quizzes__are worth 0 to 5 points each. The quizzes will cover two to three sections of material.

B.
**Constructions** are worth 0 to 5 points each. Constructions will range from drawing angle
pairs to drawing and forming 3-dimensional figures.

C. ACT/SAT homework are worth 0 to 5 points each.

2) Summative assessment worth 65% of the semester grade.

A. ** Chapter tests** are given every two to three weeks.

3) The first and second **semester final exam **will be worth 20% of the semester grade.

Your final grade for the course will be based upon the percentage of the total possible points available using the following scale.

A+ |
5 |
5 |

A |
4.99 |
4 |

A- |
3.99 |
3.75 |

B |
3.24 |
3 |

B+ |
3.74 |
3.25 |

B- |
2.99 |
2.75 |

C |
2.24 |
2 |

C+ |
2.74 |
2.25 |

C- |
1.99 |
1.75 |

D |
1.24 |
1.12 |

D+ |
1.74 |
1.25 |

D- |
1.11 |
1 |

F |
0.99 |
0 |

**General school rules apply in the classroom. Classroom expectations are based on mutual respect, cooperation by all, doing quality work, and developing responsibility.**

__Rules:__**Honors Geometry**

Mr. Schuetz (shuts) Room 106 608-676-2223

Ext. 2106

Welcome to Honors Geometry. I have high expectations for you to be successful and high expectations for myself to help you achieve that success.

A.
**Extra help** will be available every day during class,
before and after school.

B.
**Supplies **needed for class:

1. pencil or pen 2. paper (loose-leaf or spiral) for classroom notes

3. folder or binder 4. ruler (marked in both centimeters and inches)

5. protractor 6. compass

7. calculator

C.
** Grading:** Your grade for this class will be
determined by your performance on the following graded components:

1) Formative assessment worth 35% of the semester grade.

A.
**Quizzes **

__Section quizzes__are worth 0 to 5 points each. The quizzes will cover two to three sections of material.

B.
**Constructions** are worth 0 to 5 points each. Constructions will range from drawing angle
pairs to drawing and forming 3-dimensional figures.

2) Summative assessment worth 65% of the semester grade.

A. ** Chapter tests** are given every two to three weeks.

3) The first and second **semester final exam **will be worth 20% of the semester grade.

Your final grade for the course will be based upon the percentage of the total possible points available using the following scale.

A+ |
5 |
5 |

A |
4.99 |
4 |

A- |
3.99 |
3.75 |

B |
3.24 |
3 |

B+ |
3.74 |
3.25 |

B- |
2.99 |
2.75 |

C |
2.24 |
2 |

C+ |
2.74 |
2.25 |

C- |
1.99 |
1.75 |

D |
1.24 |
1.12 |

D+ |
1.74 |
1.25 |

D- |
1.11 |
1 |

F |
0.99 |
0 |

D. ** Rules:** General school rules apply in the
classroom. Classroom expectations are
based on mutual respect, cooperation by all, doing quality work, and developing
responsibility.

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**Applied Math**

Mr. Schuetz (shuts) Room 106 676-2106

Welcome to Applied Math. I have high expectations for you to be successful and high expectations for myself to help you achieve that success.

A.
**Extra help** will be available every day during class, before
and after school.

B.
**Supplies **needed for class:

1. pencil or pen

2. paper (loose-leaf or spiral)

3. folder or binder

4. ruler (marked in both centimeters and inches)

5. calculator

C.
** Grading:** Your grade for this class will be
determined by your performance on the following graded components:

__Formative 35%__

**Quizzes**

1.
__quizzes__ are worth 0 to 5 points each

**Projects**are worth 0 to 5 points each. Projects may be anything from research on the Internet to constructing spreadsheets on excel software.

__Summative
65%__

**Tests**are given every two to three weeks and are worth 0 to 5 points each.

**Semester exams**will be worth 20% of the semester grade.

Your final grade for the course will be based upon the percentage of the total possible points earned.

A+ |
5 |
5 |

A |
4.99 |
4 |

A- |
3.99 |
3.75 |

B |
3.24 |
3 |

B+ |
3.74 |
3.25 |

B- |
2.99 |
2.75 |

C |
2.24 |
2 |

C+ |
2.74 |
2.25 |

C- |
1.99 |
1.75 |

D |
1.24 |
1.12 |

D+ |
1.74 |
1.25 |

D- |
1.11 |
1 |

F |
0.99 |
0 |

D. ** Rules:** General school rules apply in the
classroom. Classroom expectations are
based on mutual respect, cooperation by all, doing quality work, and developing
responsibility.