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Percy L. Julian High School 10330 S Elizabeth
Ave., Chicago, IL 60643 ALGEBRA
Welcome Back,Students
SUMMER IS OVER and SCHOOL HAS BEGUN
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Percy L. Julian High School 10330 S Elizabeth
Ave., Chicago, IL 60643 Geometry Quick Quiz 0.1
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Let's get started!
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10330 South Elizabeth Street Chicago, IL
60643 Tel (773) 535-5170 Fax (773) 535-5230
MOHAN ABRAHAM

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CLASS MATERIALS
Daily supplies necessary to improve level
of academic success Textbook, Study Guide, and
Note-taking booklet
3-ring 2 inch hard cover binder divided into five
clearly identified sections using tabs and
dividers (recommend Avery Slash Pocket Insertable
Tab Dividers) Section 1 - Class work/Homework Log
(place Tutoring Signature Log in pocket of this
section) Section 2 - Vocabulary Section 3 -
Notes/Examples Section 4 Bell ringer/Opening
Exercises Section 5 - Graded Papers

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  • 5 Sharpened pencils with erasers (no work
    accepted in pen)
  • 3-hole puncher, small stapler with staples
  • USB Flash drive (at least 2GB)
  • Graphing calculator (TI 83 or TI 84 Plus) w/extra
    batteries

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  • White wide-ruled 3-holed notebook paper (at least
    2,000 sheets)
  • Pack of 4x 6 index cards (at least 250)
  • Access to home computer with Internet connection
    and printer

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Classroom Expectations/Rules Be punctual and
prepared Be respectful Adhere to Julians dress
code and electronic policy
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  • Be in your seat when the bell rings and remain in
  • your seat unless you have permission to
    leave your
  • seat. Be prepared to start class.
  • Be respectful. I expect each student to show
    common
  • courtesy to others in the classroom. You
    should listen
  • while others are speaking, raise your hand
    when you want
  • to speak and leave others alone when they
    are working.
  • Follow all the rules in your student handbook.
  • The teacher has the right to teach,
    students have the
  • right to learn. None shall interfere with
    these rights.

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Grading Scale A 93-100 B 85-92 C 76-84 D
70-75 F 69 0 Grading categories weights
Class work/Homework - 40 Class
Participation/Binder -10 Tests/Quizzes 20
Midterm - 15 Final - 15 10 points
will be deducted each day from grade on all work
turned in past due date
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Remediation Plan Policy A Remediation Plan is
utilized to assist students in improving
students academic performance. To be eligible
for this plan, students cannot have more than 9
days of unexcused absences per quarter (3 tardies
equals 1 absence) and overall number average
cannot be less than 60.
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Attendance Policy
  • All Percy L. Julian students are expected to
    attend school regularly. Each student is
    expected to maintain at least 80 attendance in
    order to participate in school activities, field
    trips, etc. This means that students should not
    miss more than 10 days of school per semester
    regardless of whether the absences are excused or
    unexcused. Students should be aware that a cut
    is considered to be an absence a cut class is
    any class where a student does not receive the
    teachers permission to be somewhere else even if
    this is in another class with another teacher.
    All students need passes.

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  • Also, per Board policy, students who miss more
    than 18 unexcused absences may be ineligible to
    earn credit for any class that they take. It is
    prudent that all students present notes to the
    attendance office upon returning.

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DAILY AGENDA
1) Quick Quiz ---------- 5 minutes
  • Note Taking Using Cornell Notes
  • ---------- 15- 20 minutes

3) Classwork Activities -20 minutes
4) Homework
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Cornell
Notes
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The Hidden Curriculum
Quickwrite Questions
  • How did you learn the skill of note
    taking?
  • How did this skill contribute to your success?

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Why take notes?
  • Cornell note taking stimulates critical thinking
    skills.
  • Note taking helps students remember what is said
    in class.
  • A good set of notes can help students work on
    assignments and prepare for tests outside of the
    classroom.

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Why take notes?
  • Good notes allow students to help each other
    problem solve.
  • Good Notes help students organize and process
    data and information.
  • Helps student recall by
    getting them to process
    their notes 3 times.
  • Writing is a great tool for learning!

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History of Cornell Notes
  • Developed in 1949 at Cornell University by Walter
    Pauk.
  • Designed in response to frustration over student
    test scores.
  • Meant to be easily used
    as a test study guide.
  • Adopted by most major law schools as the
    preferred note taking method.

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Name ____________________ Date
___________ Topic _____________________
Class __________
  • Recall Column
  • --2 Inches--
  • Reduce ideas after class into a few words.
  • Record Column
  • --6 Inches--
  • Record the lectures as fully as possible.

--2 1/2 Inches--
Summary
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6-Step Process
1. Record 2. Reduce / Question 3. Recite 4.
Reflect 5. Review 6. Recapitulate
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1. Record Write down important facts and ideas.
Record
  • Tips
  • Write in phrases.
  • Use abbreviations.

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2. Reduce / Question Reduce important facts and
ideas to key words, or formulate questions based
on the facts and ideas.
Reduce
Record
  • Tips
  • Write in phrases.
  • Use abbreviations.
  • Tips
  • Single terms.
  • Write original questions.
  • Draw graphics.

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3. Recite 1. Cover up your notes in the
right-hand-column. 2. Leave the cue words
questions uncovered. 3. Read each key word or
question. 4. Recite and state aloud, in your own
words, the information.
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4.Reflect Consider what ifs 5.Review Review your
notes periodically and think about what you
learned.
  • What is the significance?
  • What else is impacted?
  • How would things be different if?
  • What/who does this compare to?

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6. Recapitulate Summarize each main idea using
complete sentences
Hints 1. Summarize each page of notes at the
bottom of each page. 2. Summarize the whole
lecture on the last page. 3. Do both 1 and 2, in
combination.
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6-Step Process
1. Record 2. Reduce / Question 3. Recite 4.
Reflect 5. Review 6. Recapitulate
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Practice Time
  • Lets get out a sheet of Cornell note paper and
    get ready to practice the skill.

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Name ____________________ Date
___________ Topic _____________________
Class __________
  • Recall Column
  • --2 Inches--
  • Reduce ideas after class into a few words.
  • Record Column
  • --6 Inches--
  • Record the lectures as fully as possible.

--2 1/2 Inches--
Summary
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ASSIGNMENT For tomorrow, Wed., September 9,
2009
Study Arithmetic Operations with Whole Numbers
and Fractions
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The End!
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The End
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