Math

## Pre-Algebra C: Prep for Algebra I

This course follows Pre-Algebra B: Prep for Algebra and builds on the lessons introduced there.

#### 45 minutes

per class

#### 3x per week

over 8 weeks

#### 13-17

year olds

#### 3-6

learners per class

### How does a “Multi-Day” course work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times

Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality

Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher

Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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### Available Times

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## Description

#### Class Experience

Here are the concepts to be studied: The continuing importance of basic math concepts Word problems and writing expressions for them Equations Inequalities Formulas that include algebra Linear equations in formulas Equations with variables on each side Coordinate plane Graphing linear equations Slope of a line Y-intercept Relations and functions How pre-algebra concepts and applications work for Algebra I The way pre-algebra concepts and applications exist for geometry Approaches for pre-algebra concepts and applications toward Algebra II Methods concerning pre-algebra concepts and applications in trigonometry

Homework It will be assigned in each class, logged for student and parent notification, and reviewed at the next meeting. About three to six hours per week should be allotted for it. Students would be wise to check their work for errors; the confidence of having the right answer is hard to beat. Work should be submitted before class convenes to allow examination of penmanship and form that could affect proper calculations and understanding of the lesson.

Practice Makes Perfect: Pre-Algebra by Erin Muschla-Berry https://www.amazon.com/Practice-Makes-Perfect-Pre-Algebra-Muschla/dp/0071772782 For private (one-on-one) courses, other books will be considered if the parent requests it. Occasional worksheets will be given for classwork or homework.

2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.

None.

Practice Makes Perfect: Pre-Algebra by Erin Muschla-Berry https://www.amazon.com/Practice-Makes-Perfect-Pre-Algebra-Muschla/dp/0071772782 Practice Makes Perfect: Basic Math by Carolyn C. Wheater https://amzn.to/3jPDae5 Worksheets will be provided as needed.

## Teacher

Deidre SimpsonRemedial Math and More!

🇺🇸

Lives in the
United States188 total reviews

237 completed classes

#### About Me

While working with K-12 disadvantaged youth, it wasn't long before I specialized in math due to demand. As a kid, I used to hate math because I didn't have mastery of it. My mother was terrible at it but insisted that I do better. She won. I liked...