• 6th Grade Math Syllabus
      Course Title: 6th Grade Mathematics
      Instructor: Christopher Denny
      Contact Information:

      • Email: cdenny@burgettstown.k12.pa.us

      • Office Hours: Period 1

      • Communication Platform: Email or Phone

    • Course Description: Welcome to 6th Grade Mathematics! This course is designed to build on the foundational math concepts introduced in previous grades and to prepare students for more advanced mathematical skills. Topics covered will include area/surface area, ratios, rates, percentages, dividing fractions, arithmetic in base ten, expressions and equations, rational numbers,  and data sets/distributions.
      Materials Required:

      • Google Classroom

      • Textbook: Open-Up Resources

      • Chromebook

      • Notebook or Binder

      • Graphing paper

      • Pencils, erasers, and pens

    • Grading Policy:

      • Homework

      • Classwork/Participation

      • Quizzes

      • Tests

      • Projects

    • Assessment and Evaluation:

      • Regular quizzes and tests will assess understanding and retention of concepts.

      • Homework assignments will reinforce classroom learning and provide additional practice.

      • Class participation reflects engagement, collaboration, and effort.

      • Projects will allow students to apply learned concepts in real-world scenarios.


    • Class Policies:

      • Attendance is crucial for success; please notify me in advance for any absences.

      • Late work may be accepted with a penalty; please communicate proactively.

      • Respectful behavior is expected at all times, both in-person and during virtual sessions.

    Parent/Teacher Communication: I encourage open communication. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns via email or during scheduled parent-teacher conferences.
    Note: This syllabus is subject to change based on the pace of the class and the needs of the students. Any modifications will be communicated in advance. I look forward to a productive and enjoyable year of mathematical exploration with your child!

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Last Modified on February 16, 2024