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Grading
Quarter 4 in RISD will be Pass/Fail.
A passing grade is anything above a 70%, and will be translated to a 100 on the quarter 4 report card.
A failing grade is anything below a 70% and will be translated to a 69 on the quarter 4 report card.
There will be no final exams.
The 2nd semester grade (the grade that appears on transcripts & GPA calculation) will be calculated with the following weights: 60% for quarter 3 and 40% for quarter 4. Quality points are not added until GPAs are calculated and will show as a "Q" on transcripts. To calculate:
A passing grade is anything above a 70%, and will be translated to a 100 on the quarter 4 report card.
A failing grade is anything below a 70% and will be translated to a 69 on the quarter 4 report card.
There will be no final exams.
The 2nd semester grade (the grade that appears on transcripts & GPA calculation) will be calculated with the following weights: 60% for quarter 3 and 40% for quarter 4. Quality points are not added until GPAs are calculated and will show as a "Q" on transcripts. To calculate:
Semester 2 Grade = 0.6*Q3 + 0.4*Q4
If there are any questions, please contact your teacher.
For PreCal, all grades have been translated to minor grades. EdPuzzles are worth a maximum of 10 points and the "online quiz" is out of 100 points, the same as the weekly checkins. Students should check in a minimum of once a week, through a google form, a zoom meeting, a flipgrid, or an email.
For PreCal, all grades have been translated to minor grades. EdPuzzles are worth a maximum of 10 points and the "online quiz" is out of 100 points, the same as the weekly checkins. Students should check in a minimum of once a week, through a google form, a zoom meeting, a flipgrid, or an email.
Unit 14  Choose your own Adventure!
The last unit will work a little differently. Students will choose whether they would like to get a preview of calculus or statistics and work through the unit at their own pace.
All courses next year will go over this information again. This is intended to be a preview of what is covered, and maybe can help you decide which course you want to take, if you are on the fence. If you wish to complete both units  awesome! I will take the higher of the 2 scores as your grade.
If you are struggling to make a choice on which unit to complete, consider the following:
Both units are due on May 20th, to give enough time to complete and to ensure proper time to grade before the end of the quarter. Weekly TDL's and check ins will still be posted and will still count as a grade.
All courses next year will go over this information again. This is intended to be a preview of what is covered, and maybe can help you decide which course you want to take, if you are on the fence. If you wish to complete both units  awesome! I will take the higher of the 2 scores as your grade.
If you are struggling to make a choice on which unit to complete, consider the following:
 What course did you sign up for next year? Both AP Calculus AB and BC students would benefit from the calculus preview. If you signed up for AP Statistics, onlevel Statistics, AQR, or math models, the statistics preview might be more helpful.
 What are your future plans? If you plan on going into a STEM career, calculus is usually a course you need to take, so getting some information prior to the class may help. Most liberal arts fields do require some form of math, and statistics is a useful one that you can apply to every day life!
 If you are still unsure, please ask Ms. K :)
Both units are due on May 20th, to give enough time to complete and to ensure proper time to grade before the end of the quarter. Weekly TDL's and check ins will still be posted and will still count as a grade.
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All individual assignments can be found on google classroom.

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All individual assignments can be found on google classroom.

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All individual assignments can be found on google classroom.
12.6 #11, 12, 13, 14 12.7 No accompanying questions 12.8 #15 
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All individual assignments can be found on google classroom.
12.4 #1225 12.5 #2630 
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All individual assignments can be found on google classroom.
12.1 #1, 2, 3, 4 12.2 #5, 6 12.3, #7, 8, 9, 10 
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This week was a test run that students could access all websites we are using in class.

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