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Algebra 1 - Second Semester (Full Year Course)
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in this seminar course, students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts and tools to begin the study of algebra. This is also a group tutoring seminar for live interactive assistance.
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This is a primer seminar for the study of algebra, not a full semester course in pre algebra or Algebra I. The scope is limited to introducing fundamental tools, mathematical statements, expressions, manipulation and simplification of equations. The Golden Rule of Algebra will be strongly addressed, and as time permits: Will begin translating between expressions/ equations into word problems. Students will be encouraged to submit questions and or problems to be discussed. The class will...
distinguish between an expression and an equation Identify variables and coefficients Simplify expressions and equations Learn key words that translate into algebraic vocabulary.
Homework will consist of students working in sample exercises presented in class.
Pencil and lots of scratch paper, eraser. A scientific calculator is optional. any pre algebra or algebra 1 textbook that you can get access to, for looking up vocabulary terms and example problems.
Assessment will be an informal Q&A, where a problem will be presented, and the students will chime in with solution(s). There is not a formal letter grade for this seminar, it is merely additional resource.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
there is not a designated textbook, any high school algebra textbook students have been assigned or have access to will be sufficient.
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I'm very passionate about mathematics, and more so on guiding students to better "nuts and bolts" understanding and comprehension. i've been tutoring in algebra and calculus since 2012 for college students and adults. I've also been a volunteer...