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# Algebra 1 - 8th / 9th Grade Math - 4 Weeks Semester Class - Part 2 of 8

This is the second part of a full year of Algebra 1 - Part 2 of 8

There are no upcoming classes.

55 minutes

per class

Once per week

over 4 weeks

12-15

year olds

3-15

learners per class

per learner - per class

### How does a "Multi-Day" course work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times

Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality

Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher

Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

### How Outschool Works

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## Description

### Class Experience

Students will learn Algebra 1 concepts and become proficient in solving given problems.

Optional homework will be posted to the Outschool Classroom once a week. I will post the assignments and the answers keys so you can check your work. Although homework will not be sent to me for grading, please feel free to message me on Outschool Messages at any time with questions about the optional homework or any topics we cover in class so that you don’t fall behind. The optional homework will be in the form of a PDF. I will provide you with a link to a shared Google Drive folder where all the homework assignments and answer keys will be uploaded to.

Notebook or loose-leaf paper for notes and work, pencils, and a ruler. Calculator recommended.

In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:

Checks for understanding will be used throughout a class. I will ask everyone to participate. This is not a graded class but the optional homework is highly recommended to become proficient in the topics learned in class.

55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.

Classkick will be used in class so students can work out problems on the screen and only I (the teacher) can see their work. There is no account necessary. To sign on, I will provide a link at the beginning of class and you would click on the link and put students first name and you will be able to log in without any account. To be Coppa Compliant, you will only be able to access Classkick lessons during class time. Once class ends, you will no longer be able to access the lesson. I will provide you with a link to a shared Google Drive folder where all the optional homework assignments and answer keys will be uploaded to. We will sometimes use Kahoot. There is no account necessary to use Kahoot.

We will be using Classkick.com website for class. I will also post the answers to the class work we do in class at the end of the week in the Outschool Classroom. All optional homework assignments, homework answer keys and materials from classwork will be posted as a PDF in the Outschool Classroom once a week. It will be posted via a link to a shared Google Drive. We will sometimes use Kahoot to play games at the end of the class (time-permitting) on topics we learned.

## Teacher

John Tom, MAT, SPEDCertified Math and Special Education Teacher

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Lives in the
United States151 total reviews

144 completed classes

#### About Me

Greetings. I am a New York state licensed classroom teacher in secondary math and special education. I taught math at a high school in NYC DOE for 5 years before deciding teach on Outschool. Patience and compassion are my strong suits. I will...