Math 7 Accommodated Assignments
Use a colored pen (not blue or black) to correct. Write the correct answer if incorrect. If you got it incorrect, rework the problem to see if you can now figure it out. If you still can't understand it, write a question mark (?) next to it and ask for help in class next period.
Ch. 1 Introduction and Probability Key
Ch. 2 Fractions and Integer Addition Key
Here is a link to our textbook.
1. All homework assignments are done in pencil.
2. Homework assignments are clearly labeled. Ex. HW #3 1-24 to 1-28
3. Problems are clearly numbered. ex. 1-24a, 1-24b. Work is shown where appropriate. If there is a formula, the formula is written and substitutions are included.
4. A straightedge or ruler is used for graphs, tables and shapes that have straight sides.
5. Pages are numbered and assignments are recorded in the table of contents (TOC).
6. Explanations are written in complete sentences.
7. When you do your homework, use the tools and homework hints if you are stuck. If you still don't understand, put a question mark (?) on next to the problem so we can focus on it in class.
8. When homework is reviewed, correct in colored pen (not blue or black). If the problem is incorrect, the correct answer is written down.
9. In the "self grade" column of the TOC, write down the number correct for each homework. Ex. 6/7. Note: You get full credit for doing the homework and showing work even if some of it is incorrect.
Note: Periodically there will be unannounced homework checks quizzes, where you are asked to write down several problems from your math journal to demonstrate that you are showing adequate and clear work.