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Algebra 2 (Full Course)

Dr. Valverde
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(7)
This is a self paced class that covers the full Algebra 2 course. Students will build a strong foundation upper grade level math courses that will set them up for success in any science or engineering career.

Class experience

US Grade 10 - 12
65 lessons//20 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Lesson 1.1 Domain, Range, and End Behavior
Lesson 2
Lesson 1.2 Characteristics of Functions and Graphs.
Lesson 3
Lesson 1.2 Characteristics of Functions and Graphs.
Lesson 4
Lesson 1.4 Transformations of Absolute Value and Quadratic Functions
Lesson 5
Lesson 1.5 Compare Functions Across Representations
 Week 2
Lesson 6
Lesson 2.1 Use Square Roots to Solve Quadratic Equations
Lesson 7
Lesson 2.2 Operations with Complex Numbers
Lesson 8
Lesson 2.3 Derive and Apply the Quadratic Formula
Lesson 9
Lesson 2.4 Solve Linear-Quadratic Systems
 Week 3
Lesson 10
Lesson 3.1 Graph Polynomial Functions.
Lesson 11
Lesson 3.2 Analyze Graphs of Polynomial Functions
 Week 4
Lesson 12
Lesson 4.1 Function Operations
Lesson 13
Lesson 4.2 Add and Subtract Polynomials
Lesson 14
Lesson 4.2 Add and Subtract Polynomials
Lesson 15
Lesson 4.4 Factor Polynomials
Lesson 16
Lesson 4.5 Divide Polynomials
 Week 5
Lesson 17
Lesson 5.1 Solve Polynomial Equations.
Lesson 18
Lesson 5.2 The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
 Week 6
Lesson 19
Lesson 6.1 Rational Exponents and nth Roots.
Lesson 20
Lesson 6.2 Properties of Rational Exponents and Radicals.
 Week 7
Lesson 21
Lesson 7.1 Inverse Functions and Function Composition
Lesson 22
Lesson 7.2 Inverses of Quadratic and Cubic Functions
Lesson 23
Lesson 7.3 Graph Square Root Functions.
Lesson 24
Lesson 7.4 Graph Cube Root Functions
Lesson 25
Lesson 7.5 Solve Radical Equations
 Week 8
Lesson 26
Lesson 8.1 Exponential Growth and Decay Functions
Lesson 27
Lesson 8.2 The Natural Base
Lesson 28
Lesson 8.3 Compound Interest
 Week 9
Lesson 29
Lesson 9.1 Logarithms and Logarithmic Functions
Lesson 30
Lesson 9.2 Graph Logarithmic Functions
Lesson 31
Lesson 9.3 Create Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
 Week 10
Lesson 32
Lesson 9.3 Create Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Lesson 33
Lesson 10.2 Solve Exponential Equations
Lesson 34
Lesson 10.3 Solve Logarithmic Equations
 Week 11
Lesson 35
Lesson 11.1 Inverse Variation
Lesson 36
Lesson 11.2 Graph Simple Rational Functions
Lesson 37
Lesson 11.3 Graph More Complicated Rational Functions
 Week 12
Lesson 38
Lesson 12.1 Multiply and Divide Rational Expressions
Lesson 39
Lesson 12.2 Add and Subtract Rational Expressions
Lesson 40
Lesson 12.3 Solve Rational Equations.
 Week 13
Lesson 41
Lesson 13.1 Define Sequences and Series
Lesson 42
Lesson 13.2 Arithmetic Sequences and Series
Lesson 43
Lesson 13.3 Geometric Sequences and Series
 Week 14
Lesson 44
Lesson 14.1 Recursive Formulas for Arithmetic Sequences
Lesson 45
Lesson 14.2 Recursive Formulas for Geometric Sequences
 Week 15
Lesson 46
Lesson 15.1 Angles of Rotation and Radian Measure
Lesson 47
Lesson 15.2 Define and Evaluate the Basic Trigonometric Functions
Lesson 48
Lesson 15.3 Use a Pythagorean Identity
 Week 16
Lesson 49
Lesson 16.1 Graph Sine and Cosine Functions
Lesson 50
Lesson 16.2 Graph Tangent Functions
Lesson 51
Lesson 16.3 Translations of Trigonometric Graphs
Lesson 52
Lesson 16.4 Model Periodic Phenomena with Trigonometric Functions
 Week 17
Lesson 53
Lesson 17.1 Theoretical and Experimental Probability
Lesson 54
Lesson 17.2 Two-Way Tables and Probability.
Lesson 55
Lesson 17.3 Mutually Exclusive and Inclusive Events
 Week 18
Lesson 56
Lesson 18.1 Conditional Probability
Lesson 57
Lesson 18.2 Dependent and Independent Events
Lesson 58
Lesson 18.3 Analyze Decisions
 Week 19
Lesson 59
Lesson 19.1 Probability Distributions
Lesson 60
Lesson 19.2 Normal Distributions
Lesson 61
Lesson 19.3 Data-Gathering Techniques
Lesson 62
Lesson 19.4 Sampling Distributions.
 Week 20
Lesson 63
Lesson 20.1 Confidence Intervals and Margins of Error
Lesson 64
Lesson 20.2 Surveys, Experiments, and Observational Studies
Lesson 65
Lesson 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. 
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(7)
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65 pre-recorded lessons
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