Syllabus: DE Calculus Mrs. Marasco Course Content Calculus will be a very rigorous course with high expectations (college level expectations) and will model the Math 140 Calculus I course offered through Penn State. It will give students the fundamentals necessary to be successful in the standard college calculus sequence. Content will also focus on material necessary to be successful on the AP exam, which students will have the opportunity to take in May. Course Materials You will need to bring the following materials with you each day to class: Textbook Pencil Math Notebook Grading Policy: Percentage grades will be calculated by dividing total earned points by total possible points. You may be evaluated by any or all of the following: Tests & Quizzes Assignments Participation Notebook Grading Policy: Percentage grades will be calculated by dividing total earned points by total possible points. You will be evaluated on any or all of the following: tests, quizzes, homework, in class assignments, participation, projects. Grading Scale: 93% - 100% A 77% - 79% C+ 90% - 92% A73% - 76% C 87% - 89% B+ 70% - 72% C83% - 86% B 60% - 69% D 80% - 82% Bbelow 60% F Classroom Expectations: Be prepared and responsible. Be in your assigned seat ready to work when the bell rings. You must show all your work on homework and assessments in order to receive full credit. When you return from an absence, you are responsible for any missed homework. You have two days to make up an assignment. If you miss a test or quiz, it is your responsibility to make arrangements to take it. Tests/quizzes must be completed within one week of returning from an absence. If you miss class due to a school assignment, sporting event, etc, your assignment is still due by the due date and the test/quiz must be taken on time. It is your responsibility to ask what you will miss when you will miss for a school activity/event. Late homework assignments for a given chapter will NOT be accepted after the Chapter test.