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Welcome to 7th Grade Pre-Algebra


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Title: Welcome to 7th Grade Pre-Algebra

Welcome to 7th GradePre-Algebra
  • With
  • Mrs. Mockenhaupt

Classroom Rules
  • 1.) Be Prompt
  • 2.) Be Prepared
  • 3.) Be Polite
  • 4.) Be Persistent
  • 5.) Be Proud

Suggested Materials
  • Spiral notebook for notes
  • One colored folder for hand-outs (match the color
    to your notebook if possible for organizational
  • 3 sharpened pencils or lead pencils (at all
  • Eraser  
  • Colored pencil for correcting
  • Dry erase pen and sock (eraser) for use with
  • Other than dry erase pens, math will ALWAYS use
    pencil. NO PENS allowed. If you choose to write
    in pen, you will be asked to do the work over in

Daily Procedures
  • When class begins, have your homework out and
    ready to correct.
  • Copy homework assignment into your agenda book.
  • Write the lesson title and date on the first line
    in your spiral. Begin solving daily review and be
    ready to answer.
  • Take notes on the days lesson/work on lesson
    either with a partner or individually.

Class Notes
  • You are permitted to use notes on tests and some
    quizzes so it is important to take excellent
    notes. If I take the time to write something on
    the board, chances are it is something that needs
    to be in your notes.

  • Homework is assigned every night, and on Fridays
    if class work is not done.
  • Homework is expected to be completed by the time
    the tardy bell rings.
  • Always show all of your work.
  • No Work No Credit, ½ work ½ credit
  • Homework MUST be done in pencil. You have one day
    to make up homework unless you have been absent.
    Then you get the amount of days absent to make it

  • If you are absent, it is YOUR responsibility to
    first check my website for homework, then check
    with me for missing class work if there is any.
    You have as many days as you were absent to make
    up the work.
  • http//www.mrpk.org/mvms/StaffDirectory/Mockenhaup
  • If you missed a test or a quiz, you will need to
    schedule a time to come in at lunch, to make it

Extra Help
  • If you need additional help with the topics we
    are learning, I am available at lunch or after
    school by appointment only. Just make sure to let
    me know you are coming so that I make myself
    available. Asking for help is never a bad thing.

About Me
  • This is my 5th year here at Mesa Verde.
  • Prior to teaching middle school, I taught at
    Flory Academy as the Math Specialist for 5 years.
    I also taught for 10 years in LAUSD, as well as
    teaching teachers how to teach math as a Math
  • In my spare time I enjoy reading my Kindle,
    camping, being with my son and husband, and
    watching USC football! FIGHT ON!!

My Husband
  • My husband has 10 brothers and sisters and 21
    nieces and nephews!
  • He loves spending time fishing and camping with
    our son, his brothers, and his nephews.
  • He works as a finish carpenter and designer.
  • We have been married for 30 years.

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My Son
  • My son is 20 years old and attends Cal Poly San
    Luis Obispo.
  • He is a Junior this year.
  • Matt is majoring in Business Finance and lives in
    his own apartment with one of his classmates.
  • He is 6 3 tall.

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My Dog
  • I have a terrier mix named Dutch.
  • We adopted him.
  • He is NUTS!! His latest trick is to open the door
    to the garage and go cruising the neighborhood.
    When he is done, he comes back, opens the door
    and lets himself in.
  • He obviously makes his own rules. -/

The Dutchman
Heres to having a great year together! ANDlets
have some fun while we learn some pre-algebra.
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