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THIS PROJECT IS BONUS WORK. Seniors' must finish by May 8, 2020. Grades.9 through 11 must finish by May 15, 2020.
Holliday's math classes.
(3rd Nine-weeks Project)
Your project is to make as complete as possible a budget sheet for a family of 4 (husband and wife and 2 kids; a boy and a girl) The wife is a stay-at-home mother. The husband works as a manager at a local Johnny’s Pizza House. His net income is $52,000 per year (which is $1,000 per week). You have a house payment of $955 per month and a car payment of $325 per month. You have 1 other car that is paid off. A.) Again, make a list of items that you will make payments or purchases for during a normal month period of time. B.) Can your family survive on this income or will your wife end up needing to find a job to help out?
BE NEAT AND ORGANIZED IN HOW YOU LIST AND ADD UP YOUR MONTHLY EXPENSES.
Senior Work Rubric
T his rubric is a general rubric that will cover many types of projects. We suggest
that you utilize it to understand the quality and completeness of work expected
by your teacher.
Categories 12 points. 25 points. 38 points. 50 points Completeness Of Assignment
Worth 50 points
Student does only
1/4th of the work assigned. The majority of the work is incomplete Student completes
of the assigned
3/4 of the
the who activity/12 points 25 points 38 points 50 points Quality of work in the Assignment Worth 50 points. The student over-
fails to show the
major points of the
work shows only
presents major points, but fails to provide support. He may work 1/2 the problems,
have the answer, but fails to show his/her work. Student reasoning processes are not
completes most of
The work shows
attention to detail,
work might not be
totally correct, but
it is evident that
worked in a logical
manner to do the assignment. The students completes the assignment. The
effort. The work
follows the instructions and shows attention to
1) Go to Khan Academy website and create a student account. Trust me. It's very easy. NOTE TO EACH STUDENT: a) WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. b) This is supplemental work.
2) For all financial literacy students, go to your account that you created. Go to Math. Click on pre-algebra. Start with arithmetic properties section. WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Start with the first lesson. When you finish this section, go to reading and interpreting graphs section. Complete those sections.
3) For those students in Math Essentials, go to your account that you created. Click on Math then Algebra 1. Then click on Algebra foundations. Go through each section. WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE.
4) For all students in Algebra 1 Credit Recovery, go to the account that you created. Go to Math. Then click on Algebra 1. Then go to Linear equations and graphs. WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. When you finish this section, go to Forms of linear equations.