6th Grade Mathematics
This year, the district has adopted a new curriculum. This curriculum is called CSCOPE and it bases all lessons on student engagement through the use of activities and manipulatives. The sixth grade scope and sequence are designed to connect to the way students think by drawing on their prior knowledge and relating math to their everyday lives. The students will often work together in groups to share ideas and solve problems, just like we do in the workplace everyday. Our goal is to build strong math skills by constantly checking for understanding and immediately applying the skills to real world, problem-solving situations. Instruction will be based on the EISD curriculum, aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (
Materials needed for Class
· 3in-Binder with a section for math
· Two subject spiral notebooks (70 pages-college ruled) for each nine weeks.
· Spirals will need to be replaced as needed
· # 2 pencils and red checking pens
· Loose Leaf notebook paper
1st and 3rd nine weeks
Binder (weekly checks) 5% 1st Semester
Homework 10% 1st nine weeks 40%
Classwork 20% 2nd nine weeks 40%
Quizzes 15% Semester exam 20%
Tests/Projects 25% Total 100%
Nine Weeks Exam 20%
2nd and 4th nine weeks
Binder (weekly checks) 10% 2nd Semester
Homework 15% 3rd nine weeks 40%
Classwork 20% 4th nine weeks 40%
Quizzes 20% Semester exam 20%
Final Grade for the year 1st semester + 2nd semester ÷ 2= Average (must be 70 or above)
1. Homework is due at the beginning of class.
2. Homework assignments are to be written in student’s agenda.
3. Homework will be graded based on accuracy, effort, selected problems or completion.
1. It is the student’s responsibility to pick up missed assignments, get missed notes taken in class from a friend and schedule any missed test or quiz with the teacher.
3. Test and quiz make-ups will be given before or after school and must be scheduled.
Extra help during the year will be available during tutorial times scheduled regularly or by appointment.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call me to schedule a team conference during our conference period which is .
Wrenn has a no tolerance policy concerning unacceptable behavior in the classroom while a substitute is covering for the regular teacher. Should a student disrupt the class, show disrespect toward a substitute or be reported to the regular teacher by the substitute for infraction of any rules, the student will be written up and referred to the assistant principal or will be held after school for detention after given proper notice.