Mr. Hughes

AP_Calculus

AP Calculus (Period 3)

21st Century Learning Expectations:

  • Hinsdale students will communicate through various means.
  • Hinsdale students will be able to solve problems.
  • Hinsdale students will take responsibility for their own learning.
  • Hinsdale students will recognize and demonstrate the importance of whole person wellness.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate technological fluency and adaptability.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate responsibility for their actions and choices.

Course Material: Binder, pencil/pen, assignment book, textbook (covered), handouts Assessments: formative and summative (to include: projects, entrance tickets, exit tickets, in class work, group projects, quizzes, tests) Grading 

  • Grades will be updated on Monday’s at 8am.

Help and Late work

  • If student’s need help the student should ask to schedule time with me to get extra help.
  • If an assignment is turned in late the following scale will be used to determine the grade:  1 day late -10 points         2 days late-20 points             3 days late -30 points
  • After 3 days, the assignment will not be accepted after the 3 day mark. The only exception will be if the student missed a lab activity and needs to make up the lab after school. However, this should happen in a timely manner.

Expectations of students: Be on time, do homework and classwork and turn in on time, be respectful, be here, be safe, be responsible and use agenda’s. Please click on the link below for course descriptions, agendas, and top down web organizers.

Calculus Syllabus

Info Writing Math 9-12 Rubric

Participation & Citizenship Rubric

AP Calculus Curriculum Framework

AP Calculus-agenda-11-06-17

AP Calculus-agenda-11-13-17

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General StatisticsCollege Statistics (Period 2 – Spring)

21st Century Learning Expectations:

  • Hinsdale students will communicate through various means.
  • Hinsdale students will be able to solve problems.
  • Hinsdale students will take responsibility for their own learning.
  • Hinsdale students will recognize and demonstrate the importance of whole person wellness.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate technological fluency and adaptability.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate responsibility for their actions and choices.

Course Material: Binder, pencil/pen, assignment book, textbook (covered), handouts Assessments: formative and summative (to include: projects, entrance tickets, exit tickets, in class work, group projects, quizzes, tests) Grading 

  • Grades will be updated on Monday’s at 8am.

Help and Late work

  • If student’s need help the student should ask to schedule time with me to get extra help.
  • If an assignment is turned in late the following scale will be used to determine the grade:  1 day late -10 points         2 days late-20 points             3 days late -30 points
  • After 3 days, the assignment will not be accepted after the 3 day mark. The only exception will be if the student missed a lab activity and needs to make up the lab after school. However, this should happen in a timely manner.

Expectations of students: Be on time, do homework and classwork and turn in on time, be respectful, be here, be safe, be responsible and use agenda’s. Please click on the link below for course descriptions, agendas, and top down web organizers.

Statistics Top Down Webs

Participation & Citizenship Rubric

MTHC106 Statistics I  

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menger sponge

Math Investigation (Period 2 – Fall)

21st Century Learning Expectations:

  • Hinsdale students will communicate through various means.
  • Hinsdale students will be able to solve problems.
  • Hinsdale students will take responsibility for their own learning.
  • Hinsdale students will recognize and demonstrate the importance of whole person wellness.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate technological fluency and adaptability.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate responsibility for their actions and choices.

Course Material: Binder, pencil/pen, assignment book, textbook (covered), handouts Assessments: formative and summative (to include: projects, entrance tickets, exit tickets, in class work, group projects, quizzes, tests) Grading 

  • Grades will be updated on Monday’s at 8am.

Help and Late work

  • If student’s need help the student should ask to schedule time with me to get extra help.
  • If an assignment is turned in late the following scale will be used to determine the grade:  1 day late -10 points         2 days late-20 points             3 days late -30 points
  • After 3 days, the assignment will not be accepted after the 3 day mark. The only exception will be if the student missed a lab activity and needs to make up the lab after school. However, this should happen in a timely manner.

Expectations of students: Be on time, do homework and classwork and turn in on time, be respectful, be here, be safe, be responsible and use agenda’s. Please click on the link below for course descriptions, agendas, and top down web organizers.

Math Investigations Syllabus

Math Investigations Top Down Webs

Participation & Citizenship Rubric

MTHC112 Mathematical Investigations

Math Investigations-agenda-11-06-17

Math Investigations-agenda-11-13-17

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Precalculus

Pre-Calculus (Period 1)

21st Century Learning Expectations:

  • Hinsdale students will communicate through various means.
  • Hinsdale students will be able to solve problems.
  • Hinsdale students will take responsibility for their own learning.
  • Hinsdale students will recognize and demonstrate the importance of whole person wellness.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate technological fluency and adaptability.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate responsibility for their actions and choices.

Course Material: Binder, pencil/pen, assignment book, textbook (covered), handouts Assessments: formative and summative (to include: projects, entrance tickets, exit tickets, in class work, group projects, quizzes, tests) Grading 

  • Grades will be updated on Monday’s at 8am.

Help and Late work

  • If student’s need help the student should ask to schedule time with me to get extra help.
  • If an assignment is turned in late the following scale will be used to determine the grade:  1 day late -10 points         2 days late-20 points             3 days late -30 points
  • After 3 days, the assignment will not be accepted after the 3 day mark. The only exception will be if the student missed a lab activity and needs to make up the lab after school. However, this should happen in a timely manner.

Expectations of students: Be on time, do homework and classwork and turn in on time, be respectful, be here, be safe, be responsible and use agenda’s. Please click on the link below for course descriptions, agendas, and top down web organizers.

Precalculus Syllabus

Precalculus Top Down Webs

Info Writing Math 9-12 Rubric

Participation & Citizenship Rubric

PreCalculus-agenda-11-06-17

PreCalculus-agenda-11-13-17

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Algebra 2

Algebra II (Period 6)

21st Century Learning Expectations:

  • Hinsdale students will communicate through various means.
  • Hinsdale students will be able to solve problems.
  • Hinsdale students will take responsibility for their own learning.
  • Hinsdale students will recognize and demonstrate the importance of whole person wellness.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate technological fluency and adaptability.
  • Hinsdale students will demonstrate responsibility for their actions and choices.

Course Material: Binder, pencil/pen, assignment book, textbook (covered), handouts Assessments: formative and summative (to include: projects, entrance tickets, exit tickets, in class work, group projects, quizzes, tests) Grading 

  • Grades will be updated on Monday’s at 8am.

Help and Late work

  • If student’s need help the student should ask to schedule time with me to get extra help.
  • If an assignment is turned in late the following scale will be used to determine the grade:  1 day late -10 points         2 days late-20 points             3 days late -30 points
  • After 3 days, the assignment will not be accepted after the 3 day mark. The only exception will be if the student missed a lab activity and needs to make up the lab after school. However, this should happen in a timely manner.

Expectations of students: Be on time, do homework and classwork and turn in on time, be respectful, be here, be safe, be responsible and use agenda’s. Please click on the link below for course descriptions, agendas, and top down web organizers.

Algebra II Syllabus

Algebra 2 Top Down Webs

Info Writing Math 9-12 Rubric

Participation & Citizenship Rubric

Algebra 2-agenda-11-06-17

Algebra 2-agenda-11-13-17