Faith Gold » Syllabus


7th Grade Math

Mrs. Faith Gold


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Welcome to the 2023-2024 school year! I am pleased to have the opportunity to partner with you in order to have an enjoyable and productive school year. This year, I will facilitate instruction through math units providing a variety of learning activities in order that students finish strong and demonstrate growth at the end of the school year.

Grading Information

Students will complete and be graded on:


At least three Major Assignments per quarter 50% of Grade (Tests, In-Depth Projects and Presentations, and other assignments)


At least four Minor  Assignments per quarter 30% of Grade(Quizzes, Small Projects, Teacher led activities, Cooperative Activities, and other assignments)


At least five Class/Homework Assignments per quarter 20% of Grade (Daily Work Completed for Learning)


Late Work Policy

Late work is accepted for 5 days only.


Make Up Work

I will follow the written Davidson County Policy for make up work.


Basic Behavior Expectations

  • Be on time: Be in your seat when class starts
  • Don’t just sit there: Begin warm up work immediately
  • Be polite and respectful: Remain silent when I am giving instruction or directions
  • Be polite and respectful: Focus when I am giving instructions and directions
  • Raise your hand: Wait to be called on
  • Listen to others: Do not interrupt
  • Do your best: Complete your work the “best” that “you” are able
  • Do your absolute best: Prepare for quizzes and tests
  • Respect the learning environment: Pay attention during discussions
  • Respect the classroom: Clean up after yourself
  • Take responsibility: Do not give excuses for missing, late, or incomplete work
  • Be respectful: If called down, respond with “I understand” or “Yes mam” or “Yes Mrs. Gold.” Do not argue or provide excuses at that time.
  • Be Prepared, Be Successful, Be Yourself!!

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me; email is the best and fastest way to contact me.


Thank you,

Mrs. Gold