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This 15 week course will cover the second semester of Common Core Algebra. Students completing both semesters will be ready to move onto Geometry and Advanced Algebra. This is a teacher lead, interactive class; I will present the lesson and we will practice together. My goal is to build a classroom community where students are comfortable asking questions and commenting as I believe this drives the learning for the whole cohort. The topics covered: Week 1: Functions - This week will set the...
This class is taught in English.
The students will: - Find the domain and range of functions from graphs or tables. - Determine whether relations are functions. - Graph discrete and continuous data. - Determine whether functions have a discrete or continuous domain. - Write linear functions from graphs or tables. - Solve linear functions. - Write and solve systems of linear equations by graphing, substitution and elimination. - Solve systems of linear equations having no solution or infinitely many solutions. - Solve linear equations by graphing a system of linear equations. - Write and graph systems of linear inequalities in two variables. - Simplify and evaluate square roots. - Simplify radical expressions. - Simplify expressions using the properties of exponents. - Simplify expressions with rational exponents. - Identify, evaluate, and graph exponential functions. - Solve exponential equations algebraically and graphically. - Write, interpret, and graph exponential functions. - Identify, write and graph exponential growth and decay functions. - Write equations for geometric and arithmetic sequences. - Write the terms of recursively defined sequences. - Write recursive equations for sequences. - Find the degrees of monomials. - Classify, add, subtract and multiply polynomials. - Use patterns to multiply polynomials. - Solve polynomial equations in factored form. - Factor polynomials using the greatest common factor. - Solve polynomial equations by factoring. - Factor trinomials in all forms - Factor special products - Factor polynomials by grouping. - Identify characteristics of quadratic functions. - Graph quadratic functions. - Find the foci of parabolas. - Write equations of parabolas with vertices at the origin given the foci. - Graph quadratic functions - Find the axes of symmetry and the vertices of graphs. - Graph quadratic functions in vertex form. - Find maximum and minimum values. - Identify linear, quadratic, and exponential functions using graphs or tables. - Compare graphs of linear, quadratic, and exponential functions. - Solve quadratic equations by graphing, taking the square roots, completing the square, and using the quadratic formula. - Use discriminants to determine the number of real solutions of quadratic equations. - Solve systems of linear and quadratic equations. - Graph and compare square root functions. - Simplify radical expressions. - Solve square root equations, including those with square roots on both sides. - Identify extraneous solutions. - Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing side lengths of right triangles. - Identify right triangles. - Find distances between two points. - Identify, write and graph direct and inverse variation equations and rational functions. - Identify asymptotes. - Simplify rational expressions. - Add, subtract, multiply and divide rational expressions. - Divide polynomials by monomials and binomials. - Solve rational equations. - Calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion. - Display and analyze data.
I am a licensed mathematics teacher and have thirteen years of classroom experience teaching Pre-Algebra, Algebra and Geometry. My students have consistently experienced exceptional growth in comparison to local, state and national metrics.
Homework with an answer key will be provided with each lesson; it is optional be strongly recommended. I will be available for homework help sessions daily by request.
The students should be ready for each class with: Formatted notes printed (provided) Pencil and eraser calculator Whiteboard with a coordinate plane for extra practice when time allows
Students will be formatively assessed during each lesson with observation and targeted questioning. Summative assessments and grades will be available upon request.
3 hours per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Students should have successfully completed the first semester of Algebra 1.
Middle School Mathematics Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
15 total reviews
22 completed classes
Hello! Let me introduce myself. I am a life long learner that found my vocation in education. I love working with children because they share my curiosity about everything. I am a licensed elementary/middle school teacher and a licensed math...