So when I started teaching Algebra 2 I pushed my co-planners to adopt the system in a smarter way.
I don’t remember if it was originally from Kat or Eric, but one of them came up with the idea of collecting all the homework assignments at the beginning of the unit into a grid so we wouldn’t have to be constantly going back and looking for assignments, especially when lagging work.
Your child must bring in their Homework Folder each Friday so that we can review any homework done and they can get feedback on work they have completed.
If you have any questions or queries then please do not hesitate to ask.
Every half term you will be given a homework book with a homework grid made up with lots of different homework tasks which you need to complete over that half term.
What it is: A document we give to students at the beginning of every unit that details the homework assignments and dates for assessments through the end of the unit.Please click on the link to view the Year 3 Homework Grid.Children take home a new reading book every Tuesday and Thursday.We do ask that the work should be your child’s own work and should be completed to the very best of their ability.The only other homework set will be reading at home and weekly spellings and maths facts to learn.How it works: For each class, students will have a “New”, “Recent”, and “Lagging” homework assignment.The new content is on what we learned that day, the recent content is from the previous day, and the lagging is from 2 days earlier.It also lists the lesson the homework came from and the due date.After Kat and I sit down and map out each unit, we take turns making the grid.Then the “Lagging” is where we can put some of the more involved problems.This is all in addition to a full Delta Math assignment that is due the night before the summative assessment for each unit.