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In this 3-week (15 day), U.S. Common Core-aligned class, students will review Pre-Algebra concepts to prepare for Algebra. A refresher for students who finished Pre-Algebra or a preview for strong students who finished 6th grade. #academic
MATH with Mrs. K. - M.A.T. (Edu.) - Math Certified
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This is a 15-session (3 week) class that will review Pre-Algebra concepts that are needed for Algebra 1. This class is best for students who will be starting Algebra 1 in the Fall as a refresher course or for strong students starting PreAlgebra in the Fall who desire a preview of Pre-Algebra concepts. DAY 1 • Identify Expressions, Equations, & Inequalities •. One-Step Equations DAY 2 • Combining Like Terms with Negative Coefficients • Combining Like Terms...
Students will review and work on mastering Pre-Algebra concepts, aligned to the US Common Core Math Standards, to prepare them as they move into Algebra 1.
I have taught and tutored mathematics to 3rd - 8th graders for over 20 years - including my own 3 children:-). I have my Masters Degree in Education and my 7th - 9th grade math certification. I coached middle school robotics teams for 20 years, have taught college-level education classes, and served as a consultant to Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Academy writing math & science robotics curriculum.
Homework will be assigned daily on Khan Academy and will connect to our daily lessons. Students should expect to spend 10 - 20 minutes/day outside of class on their homework depending on their skill level, which allows for independent practice on the skills covered in that day's lesson. Khan Academy provides practice exercises and instructional videos and gives immediate feedback to the student if their solutions are correct or not. Khan Academy is an online tool that allows me to assess the student's strengths and see the exact problems they struggled with. Students will join my Khan Academy class with a code given that will be posted before the first day of class in the Outschool Classroom. Parents will also be given information on how to sign up to view their child's progress on Khan Academy.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents should have a notebook to write down our class work and notes on, as well as use it for their homework problems. Students should use either a pencil or erasable pen to keep their work clear and organized. A dry erase board and marker could also be used. Students will be provided with daily notes that will be available as part of their "Get Ready for Algebra! | Pre-Algebra Summer Math Review" Welcome Packet once they enroll. Students can either print out the notes or view them as a PDF on their device. A good idea would be to paste in the daily notes into a notebook as we go and then use following pages for their classwork and homework. Students will need to access www.khanacademy.org for daily homework. Instructions how to access Khan Academy are in the "Get Ready for Algebra! | Pre-Algebra Summer Math Review" Welcome Packet and will be on the Outschool Classroom. I will stay after our 1st class to make sure all students have successfully joined our Khan Academy class, so they are set for the first night's homework assignment.
In addition to informally assessing the learner through class activities and participation, the student will be assessed through their homework exercises and quizzes on Khan Academy. At the end of the 3-week class, parents will receive an individual write-up of their child's progress.
4 hours 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
https://www.khanacademy.org Students will need to create an account if they do not already have one. I will post a code before the first day of class in the Outschool Classroom. Parents will also be given information on how to sign up to view their child's progress on Khan Academy. https://kahoot.com Students will not need an account to access this resource. https://nearpod.com Students will not need an account to access this resource.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses Khan Academy, Kahoot, and Nearpod.
MATH with Mrs. K. - M.A.T. (Edu.) - Math Certified
Certified Middle School Math Teacher - 20+ years teaching 3rd - 8th Grade Math & Robotics
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
66 total reviews
54 completed classes
Hello! Welcome to MATH with MRS.K.! I'm so glad you dropped in:-) I have: • taught for over 20 years • taught almost every subject 3rd – 8th grade • an Instructional Level II Teaching Certificate (K-6, state of PA) • a Middle School Math...