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Full Curriculum High School Algebra 1 (Part 1)- Grades 9 And 10!
In this full-semester class, I will help students lay a firm foundation in Algebra. Once they understand Algebra, they can conquer any advanced math without fear.
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$15 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 15 weeks
60 minutes per class
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In this class, I will teach students how to understand and apply the basics of algebra. Many students struggle with math because their foundation in algebra is very shaky through no fault of their own. Many teachers who effortlessly understand math do not have the gift of simply breaking it down so students can understand it. I have also seen public school systems quickly fly through this information. This class will thoroughly cover the data at a pace that gives a student's brain...
By the end of this class, students will know the following information: - Order of Operations. - Distribution. - Algebraic Expressions - Substitution and Elimination. - How to work word problems using algebraic formulas. - Percentages. - Inequalities. - Absolute Value. - Functions. - Graphing. - Factoring Trinomials.
I have taught Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and other math classes in high school settings. I have also taught statistics and quantitative reasoning to college students. I have a degree in math and science, and I am going to MSU for my third degree in education. I have taught math for years and have seen what works and doesn't work for students.
I will provide worksheets for students to work on in between classes.
I will give a test every three weeks. Between those tests, I will give a Friday quiz covering the material we have previously learned. I grade my students a little differently than most. I will give tests to assess where they are. Parents will receive feedback, and so will my students. Instead of showing my students grades, I will see where they need more attention and send them practice packets to work on the areas needing practice to understand better and feel confident in those skills. When I do that, it serves the purpose that a class is supposed to. My students LEARN, and they become intrinsically motivated. The extrinsic benefits are a bi-product that happens naturally. Schools that produce students that prove to be highly successful in higher education have recently adopted this grading system. My students will only see the final grade on the Semester's Final test. By then, they will have had all the attention, instruction, practice, and skill-building techniques to be happy with that grade.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
I will use my notes, lesson plans, worksheets, and tests for this class.
Experienced Educator Working on Third Degree
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
56 total reviews
126 completed classes
I teach many different subjects. Some of my personal favorites are Science (of any sort), Anatomy and Physiology, other areas of Math, English Composition, College Preparatory Classes, and Social Studies. I have worked with children and...