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### Saxon Math Algebra 1 Semester 1 Self-Paced

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This semester we will learn math with Saxon Math Algebra 1, using the first half of the curriculum and books.

#### Class experience

###### US Grade 8 - 9
18 lessons//18 Weeks
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```1 Addition and Subtraction of Fractions – Lines and Segments 2 Angles – Polygons – Triangles - Quadrilaterals 3 Perimeter - Circumference 4 Review of Arithmetic 5 Sets – Absolute Value – Addition of Signed Numbers 6 Rules for Addition – Adding More Than Two Numbers – Inserting Parentheses
Mentally – Definition of Subtraction 7 The Opposite of a Number – Simplifying More Difficult Notations 8 Area 9 Rules for Multiplication of Signed Numbers – Inverse Operations – Rules for Division
of Signed Numbers - Summary 10 Division by Zero – Exchange of Factors in Multiplication – Conversions of Area 11 Reciprocal and Multiplicative Inverse – Order of Operations – Identifying
Multiplication and Addition 12 Symbols of Inclusion – Order of Operations 13 Multiple Symbols of Inclusion – More on Order of Operations – Products of Signed
Numbers 14 Evaluation of Algebraic Expressions 15 Surface Area 16 More Complicated Evaluations 17 Factors and Coefficients – Terms – The Distributive Property 18 Like Terms – Addition of Like Terms 19 Exponents – Powers of Negative Numbers – Roots – Evaluation of Powers 20 Volume 21 Product Rule for Exponents – Addition of Like Terms with Exponents 22 Review of Numerical and Algebraic Expressions – Statements and Sentences –
Conditional Equations 23 Equivalent Equations – Additive Property of Equality 24 Multiplicative Property of Equality 25 Solution of Equations 26 More Complicated Equations 27 More on the Distributive Property – Simplifying Decimal Equations 28 Fractional Parts of Numbers – Functional Notation 29 Negative Exponents – Zero Exponents 30 Algebraic Phrases – Decimal Parts of a Number 31 Equations with Parentheses 32 Word Problems 33 Products of Prime Factors – Statements About Unequal Quantities 34 Greatest Common Factor 35 Factoring the Greatest Common Factor - Canceling 36 Distributive Property of Rational Expressions that Contain Positive Exponents – Minus
Signs and Negative Exponents 37 Inequalities – Greater Than and Less Than – Graphical Solutions of Inequalities 38 Ratio Problems
39 Trichotomy Axiom – Negated Inequalities – Advanced Ratio Problems
40 Quotient Rule for Exponents – Distributive Property of Rational Expressions that
Contain Negative Exponents
41 Addition of Like Terms in Rational Expressions – Two-Step Problems
42 Solving Multivariable Equations 43 Least Common Multiple – Least Common Multiples of Algebraic Expressions 44 Addition of Rational Expressions with Equal Denominators – Addition of Rational
Expressions with Unequal Denominators 45 Range, Median, Mode, and Mean 46 Conjunctions 47 Percents Less Than 100 – Percents Greater Than 100 48 Polynomials – Degree – Addition of Polynomials 49 Multiplication of Polynomials 50 Polynomial Equations – Ordered Pairs – Cartesian Coordinate System 51 Graphs of Linear Equations – Graphs of Vertical and Horizontal Lines 52 More on Addition of Rational Expressions with Unequal Denominators – Overall
Average 53 Power Rule for Exponents – Conversions of Volume 54 Substitution Axiom – Simultaneous Equations – Solving Simultaneous Equations by
Substitution 55 Complex Fractions – Division Rule for Complex Fractions 56 Finite and Infinite Sets – Membership in a Set – Rearranging Before Graphing 57 Addition of Algebraic Expressions with Negative Exponents 58 Percent Word Problems 59 Rearranging Before Substitution 60 Geometric Solids – Prisms and Cylinders```
`I have taught and tutored math for about twenty years. I hold a current teaching certificate in K-8 elementary school, with a focus on math. I am halfway to my master's in secondary math. I really enjoy math - it is very relate-able to food and money! `
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1) "Practice" -  Learners should complete every problem. The "Practice" covers the material from the "Lesson".
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Guardians are welcome to contact the teacher as needed.
Progress will be evaluated with the Saxon tests if requesting a grade.
Assigned Saxon tests should be completed without assistance from parents or other people. Calculators may or may not be used, and this will be stated by your teacher when the assessment is assigned.Grades OfferedGrades, Scoring:
1) I can assign grades if requested. The learner must turn in their tests to receive a grade. Please let me know if you are requesting a grade for the semester.
2) I do not grade homework. Learners are welcome to ask individual questions or post photos for homework review. It is not required to submit homework.
3) If the learner is not requesting a grade, submitting "Tests" is not required.
4) The "Solution Manual" contains the answers to the lesson homework and test answers.```
```Prerequisite:
1) The previous semester.
2) Placement tests can be found here: https://sites.google.com/view/teacherkatemath/placement-tests
3) or approval of the teacher. ```
```Required:
1) Saxon Algebra 1, third edition, textbook: ISBN: 1565771346
2) pencils, paper

Optional:
1) Saxon Algebra 1, Solutions Manual - ISBN: 1565771370
2) Test booklet (if you are requesting a grade for the semester): ISBN: 1565771397
4) Test booklet AND Test answer booklet: ISBN: 1565771389
5) Calculator```
`In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:IXL LearningKhan AcademyYoutubeMathIsFun`
```.css-47miec{margin-top:0rem;}External Resources (optional):
All the external resources in this class are optional.
This class includes a paid subscription to ixl.com for the duration of this course. This is an optional resource and not required for learners. Learners will be given a username and password upon request.
This class also provides matching supplementary lessons from Khan Academy and Splashlearn - both of which you can use without accounts, or create accounts. Both of these resources are optional and not required for this class as well.```
`Saxon Algebra 1, third edition, textbook`
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