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### Algebra 2 (Full Course)

#### Class experience

###### US Grade 10 - 12

📆How is this class structured? I will post new instructional materials each week. The duration of each video is 7-10 min long. Students are expected to watch the video provided and answer the quiz that follows the instruction. Additional homework, practice, and vocabulary cards are also provided. 🌸Can I earn credit for this class? Students who complete the full unit (and their assignments) can submit this documentation and apply for credit at their local school. Many schools also offer an...

65 lessons//20 Weeks

Week 1Lesson 1Lesson 1.1 Domain, Range, and End BehaviorLesson 2Lesson 1.2 Characteristics of Functions and Graphs.Lesson 3Lesson 1.2 Characteristics of Functions and Graphs.Lesson 4Lesson 1.4 Transformations of Absolute Value and Quadratic FunctionsLesson 5Lesson 1.5 Compare Functions Across RepresentationsWeek 2Lesson 6Lesson 2.1 Use Square Roots to Solve Quadratic EquationsLesson 7Lesson 2.2 Operations with Complex NumbersLesson 8Lesson 2.3 Derive and Apply the Quadratic FormulaLesson 9Lesson 2.4 Solve Linear-Quadratic SystemsWeek 3Lesson 10Lesson 3.1 Graph Polynomial Functions.Lesson 11Lesson 3.2 Analyze Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsWeek 4Lesson 12Lesson 4.1 Function OperationsLesson 13Lesson 4.2 Add and Subtract PolynomialsLesson 14Lesson 4.2 Add and Subtract PolynomialsLesson 15Lesson 4.4 Factor PolynomialsLesson 16Lesson 4.5 Divide PolynomialsWeek 5Lesson 17Lesson 5.1 Solve Polynomial Equations.Lesson 18Lesson 5.2 The Fundamental Theorem of AlgebraWeek 6Lesson 19Lesson 6.1 Rational Exponents and nth Roots.Lesson 20Lesson 6.2 Properties of Rational Exponents and Radicals.Week 7Lesson 21Lesson 7.1 Inverse Functions and Function CompositionLesson 22Lesson 7.2 Inverses of Quadratic and Cubic FunctionsLesson 23Lesson 7.3 Graph Square Root Functions.Lesson 24Lesson 7.4 Graph Cube Root FunctionsLesson 25Lesson 7.5 Solve Radical EquationsWeek 8Lesson 26Lesson 8.1 Exponential Growth and Decay FunctionsLesson 27Lesson 8.2 The Natural BaseLesson 28Lesson 8.3 Compound InterestWeek 9Lesson 29Lesson 9.1 Logarithms and Logarithmic FunctionsLesson 30Lesson 9.2 Graph Logarithmic FunctionsLesson 31Lesson 9.3 Create Exponential and Logarithmic FunctionsWeek 10Lesson 32Lesson 9.3 Create Exponential and Logarithmic FunctionsLesson 33Lesson 10.2 Solve Exponential EquationsLesson 34Lesson 10.3 Solve Logarithmic EquationsWeek 11Lesson 35Lesson 11.1 Inverse VariationLesson 36Lesson 11.2 Graph Simple Rational FunctionsLesson 37Lesson 11.3 Graph More Complicated Rational FunctionsWeek 12Lesson 38Lesson 12.1 Multiply and Divide Rational ExpressionsLesson 39Lesson 12.2 Add and Subtract Rational ExpressionsLesson 40Lesson 12.3 Solve Rational Equations.Week 13Lesson 41Lesson 13.1 Define Sequences and SeriesLesson 42Lesson 13.2 Arithmetic Sequences and SeriesLesson 43Lesson 13.3 Geometric Sequences and SeriesWeek 14Lesson 44Lesson 14.1 Recursive Formulas for Arithmetic SequencesLesson 45Lesson 14.2 Recursive Formulas for Geometric SequencesWeek 15Lesson 46Lesson 15.1 Angles of Rotation and Radian MeasureLesson 47Lesson 15.2 Define and Evaluate the Basic Trigonometric FunctionsLesson 48Lesson 15.3 Use a Pythagorean IdentityWeek 16Lesson 49Lesson 16.1 Graph Sine and Cosine FunctionsLesson 50Lesson 16.2 Graph Tangent FunctionsLesson 51Lesson 16.3 Translations of Trigonometric GraphsLesson 52Lesson 16.4 Model Periodic Phenomena with Trigonometric FunctionsWeek 17Lesson 53Lesson 17.1 Theoretical and Experimental ProbabilityLesson 54Lesson 17.2 Two-Way Tables and Probability.Lesson 55Lesson 17.3 Mutually Exclusive and Inclusive EventsWeek 18Lesson 56Lesson 18.1 Conditional ProbabilityLesson 57Lesson 18.2 Dependent and Independent EventsLesson 58Lesson 18.3 Analyze DecisionsWeek 19Lesson 59Lesson 19.1 Probability DistributionsLesson 60Lesson 19.2 Normal DistributionsLesson 61Lesson 19.3 Data-Gathering TechniquesLesson 62Lesson 19.4 Sampling Distributions.Week 20Lesson 63Lesson 20.1 Confidence Intervals and Margins of ErrorLesson 64Lesson 20.2 Surveys, Experiments, and Observational StudiesLesson 65Lesson 20.3 Make Inferences from Experimental Data

My instructional time will focus on developing students’ understanding of statistics and probability, exponents and logarithms, and mathematical modeling. In general, the Algebra II course covers components in four critical areas: functions, collecting and analyzing data, periodic phenomena, and polynomials. Please see the course description for a complete list of all the topics covered in this course.

I come to you with over 15 years of experience in STEM education. I am a certified educator in 6 different States. I hold a Bachelor's Degree of Science with distinguished honors. In addition, I hold a Masters Degree Science Education and Doctorate of Philosophy in Teaching Learning and Culture with a specialization in Science and Mathematics Education. You never stop learning! I became a teacher by choice. Teaching young minds has been one of the best things that has happened to me. I love to learn as much as I love to teach!

## Homework Offered

Each lesson is followed by an assignment that will help students to reinforce the concepts learned during class. Assignments due for the week are posted on the class announcement at the beginning of each week. All assignments are submitted electronically. Students receive feedback within 24 hrs of each submission.## 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class

## Assessments Offered

Summative assessments will be optional and available to students. The goal is to provide students with exposure to what a standardized assessment looks like without adding the anxiety that comes with testing. Student achievement will be measured formatively in the form of discussions, and assignments.## Grades Offered

You need three things for this class: a notebook, a scientific calculator, and a pencil. Dr. V. will provide you with access to readings, slide decks, vocabulary lists, and practice problems after each class.

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I bit about me... I come to you with over 10 years of teaching experience and Bachelor's Degree of Science with distinguished honors. In addition, I hold a Masters Degree Science Education and Doctorate of Philosophy in Teaching Learning and...

###### Self-Paced Class

#### $40

weekly or $800 for all content65 pre-recorded lessons

20 weeks of teacher support

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1 year of access to the content

Ages: 13-18