Algebra II Syllabus




Course:  Algebra II

Teacher:  Mrs. Jennifer Webb

Phone:  285-2300 ext 4105




  • Equations and Inequalities
  • Linear Relations and Functions
  • Systems of Equations
  • Matrices
  • Polynomials
  • Radical Expressions
  • Quadratics
  • Conic Sections
  • Polynomial Functions
  • Logarithmic Functions
  • Rational Expressions
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Sequences and Series
  • Intro to Trig



*80-85% of your grade will be calculated on a point system as follows:

.                       -Bell Ringers                                        5 pts

                        -Daily Assignments/Homework           10 pts

                        -Notebook Checks/Quizzes                  50 pts

                        -Chapter Tests                                      100 pts

            *15-20% of your grade will be determined by your Final Exam/End of Course 



  1. 3-Ring Binder
  2. Folder with prongs and paper (for E.O.C. Prep)
  3. Pencils AND highlighters
  4. Calculator (Highly recommend a TI Graphing Calculator i.e. TI-84 Plus, or TI-84 Silver)
  5. 3 Dry Erase Markers
  6. Graph paper
  7. Ruler
  8. 4 Dividers (Bell Ringers, Homework/Class Work, Notes, Tests and Quizzes)



            Each day will follow this basic format:

  1. Bell rings:Students are in their seats working on the Bell Ringer.
  2. Check and review bell ringer and homework.
  3. Lesson/Notes and Activities
  4. Begin Assignment:May be due in class or the next day depending on time remaining.
  5. Bell rings to end class:Students wait for teacher to dismiss class.Students must be in ASSIGNED seats to leave the room.






Algebra 2

Classroom Discipline Plan and Expectations

Mrs. Jennifer Webb



  1. Be Respectful:Show respect for yourself, fellow classmates, and your teacher

    at all times.  Follow directions and always be mindful of your manners with me as well as your classmates.  This includes, but is not limited to, not talking during lecture, not talking during announcements, using appropriate language, being considerate of others’ feelings, being honest, etc.  I will expect you all to act in such a manner at all times- no exceptions.

  2. Be Prepared:Please have your supplies, textbook, and notebook EVERY day.
  3. Be on Time:You are expected to be IN YOUR SEAT and working on your bell ringer/preparing for class when the tardy bell rings.DO NOT be late without a note.
  4. Be Responsible:Complete all assignments on time and turn in make-up work in a timely manner.Be sure to monitor your grades, and keep all papers in your binder, which will be checked periodically throughout each quarter.
  5. Use Class Time Wisely:You are expected to be an active participant in class.Sleeping, working on other class assignments, and socializing are not appropriate.Use the restroom between classes.In case of emergency, I will sign a bathroom pass.This will only be when I am not teaching.You will only be allowed 4 per semester.



            In addition to the above class rules, you are also expected to follow the rules established by Maury County Schools and Hampshire High School.  Failure to adhere to these rules will result in the following:

  1. Warning
  2. Detentions and/or Write-Off
  3. Removal from class
  4. Parent Contact
  5. Referral to principal

Severe Misbehavior:  Immediate referral to principal



  1. To treat each student with respect as an individual.
  2. To provide each student with a safe learning environment.
  3. To be positive and work to my full potential.
  4. To provide the necessary and appropriate discipline.
  5. To teach the required curriculum.



  1. To treat me with respect as an individual by following all class rules as well as treat all classmates with that same respect.
  2. To attend class everyday and keep all notes, assignments, and tests neatly in notebook.
  3. To be positive and work to your full potential.This includes taking advantage of your resources.I AM HERE TO HELP YOU!
  4. To be cooperative and not disruptive so that you as well as all your classmates will have a safe and functional learning environment.
  5. To do all you can to learn and master the required content.



            Attendance is very important!  When you are absent, follow these procedures:

  1. When you arrive to class, check the assignment board and retrieve missed assignments from a fellow classmate or the assignment folder.
  2. You are responsible for copying notes from a classmate and getting make-up work.
  3. ALL make-up work is to be turned into the make-up work box within 3 days of being absent.Any make-up tests should be completed within the same time constraints.



It is very important that the lines of communication stay open.  I encourage you to call me at school (285-2300 ext 4105 ) or email me ( anytime!



Algebra 2 Timeline


August:  Equations, Inequalities, Systems of Equations, Graphing



September:  Factoring Review, Quadratics, Complex Numbers


*Quarter 1 Exam



October:  Polynomial Functions



November:  Rational and Radical Functions



December:  Exponential and Logarithmic Functions


*Quarter 2 Exam



January:  Properties of Functions, Trigonometric Functions



February:  Trigonometric Graphs and Identities, Begin Sequences and Series



March:  Sequences and Series, Probability and Statistics


                        *Quarter 3 Exam



April:  Probability and Statistics, Begin End of Year Review



May:  End of Year Review


*State Mandated End of Course Test