Hitting the Highlights: 7th Grade Math FLEX Style!
Lisa M Holland, Certified Math Teacher, MA, BS
This is a 12-week FLEX class where students can start building their algebraic foundation, then complete a variety of activities to practice the skills. (Second in the series of Hitting the Highlights classes)
US Grade 7
Students will be provided with a mini-tutorial via self-created videos reviewing one skill a week for the 7th grade math topics listed below. I will provide also provide examples that students can practice throughout the week (answer keys will be provided), and an assessment will be provided weekly to determine mastery of that week's skill. A variety of activities will also be included in the lessons- some examples include using math emoji puzzles to strengthen skills with solving equations,...
In this course, students will: -develop problem solving skills in order to solve real-world problems -develop number sense with rational numbers -add, subtract, multiply and divide integers -apply inverse operations to solve multi-step equations and inequalities -use the Greatest Common Factor to simplify expressions -use the Least Common Multiple to add and subtract fractions -describe real-world situations using proportionality - find the percent of a number using proportions -identify like terms in order to simplify expressions -find the circumference and area of circles and volume of rectangular prisms using simple formulas
I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics as well as a Master's Degree in Education. With 20 years of experience teaching in the classroom coupled with 5 years of experience teaching online to students with varying abilities and needs, I feel extremely qualified to deliver this instruction to learners via Outschool. My love and dedication for math stems from the knowledge that this is such a critical time for students to make the connections of elementary-level mathematics to higher-level thinking that will be key for success in courses such as Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry or Pre-Calculus (just to name a few).
Homework OfferedStudents will be provided with an assignment each week to complete, focusing on the topic that was covered. They will complete this assignment independently so that the feedback provided is reflective of the individual's work. The time spent to complete homework could range from 10 minutes - 30 minutes, depending on the assignment.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedAn assessment will be provided with each lesson. Students that submit the assessment will receive a grade for the assignment, as well as feedback on the work, and opportunities to make corrections if needed.
Students should have a three-ring binder in order to keep track of assignments and notes each week. I will provide a PDF via Outschool messages that will explain to students what needs to be for the week (objective, discussion question, video, practice and assessment). A calculator and graph paper would be nice items to have, however, when possible, I will suggest websites that may have the tools that a learner may need (example: online calculators).
I will use Quizizz activities to reinforce skills reviewed. If students are not able to create a Quizizz account, the problems will be provided in PDF form and attached to the lesson.
Meet the teacher
Hello! I have been an educator for over 25 years! My teaching career began when I worked with a math and science program for several summers at Morgan State University, with the goal of helping middle school students pass the statewide Maryland...
$120for 12 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 18 learners
No live video meetings