• Math For Automotive Technicians

    Ketchikan High School – Room 108 

    Mrs. Williams

     

    Course Description

     

    Welcome to Math For Automotive Technicians (labeled as Individual Studies in Powerschool). This course focuses on mathematical skills and how to apply these skills in the automotive industry.  

     

    Classroom Rules

     

    In order to ensure an environment conducive for studying, the following rules will be in place each day: 

     

    1. Come to class prepared to work for the full class period! Use this time to complete homework, classwork, study for tests and quizzes, etc. If students complete work for this class, they may work on assignments from other classes or read silently.

     

    1. It is understandable if a student needs to use the restroom during class due to the block schedule. Students will use appropriate sign out tools to document their movements throughout the building.  Students are not permitted to leave the classroom for the first 10 minutes and last 10 minutes of class.

     

    1.  Food and drink are permitted as long as they do not distract from the learning environment. Students are expected to clean up after themselves. 

     

    1. Cellphone use during class time is prohibited. If a student uses a phone during class, the phone may be confiscated. Teachers will confiscate the device for the rest of the period or day, depending on the number of previous infractions.  If the problem persists, school staff may send the phone to the office and/or notify the student’s parents/guardians.

     

    1. A student may NOT use electronic equipment such as handheld games during class time. Students may use laptops for school related activities only. Any adult in the room may request laptops be put away if a student is in non-school related applications (chat, games, videos, ect.).



    Grading Procedures

    The grades for Math for Automotive Technicians will be calculated as follows:

            

    Weekly Grade (10%) – Each student will be given a weekly grade. This grade is determined by the student’s attendance, preparedness for class, and participation in completing work. 

    •     100% (A) – Student had work and utilized the full class period productively.
    •     89% (B) – Student was not totally prepared and did not spend all of the class period productively.
    •     79% (C) – Student was very unprepared and spent very little time in productive study.
    •     69% (D) – In addition to not being prepared, the student did not abide by classroom rules.
    •     59% (F) – Student does not abide by classroom rules and is not utilizing the class period to study and/or complete work.

     

    Quizzes (10%) - There will be 9 quizzes, each quiz will be assigned when the class reaches the halfway point of a unit. 

     

    Tests (20%) - There will be 9 unit tests at the end of each unit.

     

    Daily Work/ Homework (60%) - Students will be assigned work each day. Time will be provided in class, but if work is unfinished it will become homework. 

      

    Please contact Mrs. Williams  if you have any questions. I’m looking forward to having a great year and are excited to have you in class!

      

    Mrs. Williams                                                

    gara.cesefske@k21schools.org

    (907) 228-0408