• Syllabus & Classroom Expectations for Honors Math III

    FALL  2022

    Elaine Everts                                                                                                                                        1st Block: 8:30-9:30 AM

    Best Contact Method eeverts.sl@lee.k12.nc.us                                                                            2nd Block: 9:45-10:45 AM

    (919) 718-2400  x2168                                                                                                                       3rd Block: 12:30-1:30 PM(Planning Period)

    Tutoring/Office Hours:  Monday & Thursday by appt                                                                  4th Block: 1:45-2:45 PM

    Prerequisite: NC Honors Math 2                                                                                Grades: 10, 11


    Course Description: The purpose of Math III is to continue with a progression of mathematical courses.  This third course in the sequence of courses is designed to provide students with a rigorous program of study in mathematics. This course requires students to perform above and beyond the previous Math II course.  


    Honors: The overall purpose of honors courses is to provide a more rigorous curriculum in which instruction is expanded and special activities focus appropriately on both depth and breadth of content. Teachers may place additional emphasis on the application of content within each course.


    Canvas:  This course will be using the CANVAS platform.  There you will find daily lessons, notes, videos, assignments, discussions, and other course information.  The course is broken up into Modules (Units) then days. 


    School Email: Check your school email frequently throughout the day for district, school, and course updates.


    Assignments: Your assignments will be posted in Canvas and/or Delta Math.  It is the expectation that you will complete each assignment daily. Your assignment should be completed by the start of the next day so that you may ask questions if you are not sure of material. It will be considered late otherwise.  To receive full credit, you are to show your work in your notebook. 



    Late Work: You may make up 4 late Assignments in each interim, a total of 8 per quarter.


    PowerSchool Grades: Your assignments will be labeled like the following as Day 1 Canvas Title of assignment. Daily participation will be labeled week 1, week 2, etc and will considered as a minor assignment. Attendance is required!!! If you miss more than 8 days you will be required to make up these days during Saturday School. 


    We will have PowerSchool check-ins each Wednesday. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding your grades.  We will discuss any discrepancies privately and not during instructional time. 


    Course Expectations: Be prepared, Be polite, Be respectful, & Be on time!


    Grading Scale:  A 100-90, B 89-80, C 79-70, D 69-60, F 59-0


    Math 3 Course Weights:  Major Assignments 50% (Quizzes, Unit Tests and Projects)

                                                                    Minor Assignments 50% (Daily Assignments/Warm-up/Notes/Discussions in Canvas)


    Required Materials: Computer with access to internet, Calculator, paper & 3 ring binder, pencils




    Unit 1: Functions & Their Inverses

    Unit 2: Polynomial Functions

    Unit 3: Rational Functions

    Unit 4: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions

    Unit 5: Modeling with Geometry

    Unit 6: Reasoning with Geometry

    Unit 7: Trigonometric Functions

    Unit 8: Statistics

    Review for Final Exam

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