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Traditional Algebra and Nothing Else, Pre-Algebra Mastery, Part 2 Of 5
In this 5-week course, the 2nd part of Pre-Algebra, we will complete the foundation needed before Algebra One. (Please message me for a placement test if you think your student may be able to skip this section.)
This is part 2 of 2. Your student must have completed part 1, the Algebra Readiness Unit. If you're not sure if the class is right for your student, please message me and I will give you the end-of-class unit review and solutions so you can be sure. I need to be very clear about this Algebra Program: This IS your grandmother's Algebra. I like to say that so that you, as a parent, know that this is not like the current public school classroom Algebra. It does not equate to the breakdown of...
The study of Algebra is the study of relations. Algebra is a comprehensive exploration of mathematical relationships, including both equations and inequalities. In this course, equations and inequalities are studied together, and distinctions are made only when necessary, to clarify functional differences. The concepts of Algebra develop by degrees. Relations of first-degree should be mastered first. In this course, first-degree relations are examined exhaustively before higher-order relations are even introduced. Prerequisites: Students should have finished the first part of Pre-Algebra with me. If parents feel their student has accomplished the material in part one, they are welcome to sign up for part 2. Message me and I will send the unit review of part one so you can be sure. Prerequisites: Students should have finished the highest level of Elementary, or General Math available. I believe parents are a good judge of when their child is ready to dive into Pre-Algebra. How do I know if my child is ready for Pre-Algebra? * Knows how to add, subtract, multiply and divide using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. * Knows "a little" about positive and negative numbers, such as above and below zero on a thermometer, or gaining and losing points in a game. * Knows how to change fractions to decimals, and decimals to fractions. * Knows how percent relates to fractions and decimals.
0I will provide the daily problems, quizzes and test in pdf format. Students will need paper and pencil and will be required to upload their work into the classroom. I like to see their work, there is no better way to see what they might not be understanding.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
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$300for 25 classes
5x per week, 5 weeks
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2-15 learners per class