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with Mark Kover, M.S.

\$997

*FALL Semester course

Course Description:  This course is a full-year Algebra 1 course, taught to advanced students & completed in 1 semester's time.

Classical to the CORE:

Areas of focus are vertically aligned to the mathematical practices that are fundamental to the discipline of mathematics in high school, AP courses, and beyond. This gives students multiple opportunities to think and work like mathematicians as they develop and strengthen these disciplinary reasoning skills throughout their education:

•  Connections among multiple representations: Students represent mathematical concepts in a variety of forms and move fluently among the forms.
• Greater authenticity of applications and modeling: Students create and use mathematical models to understand and explain authentic scenarios.
• Engagement in mathematical argumentation: Students use evidence to craft mathematical conjectures and prove or disprove them.

Algebra 1 has four main units --> Unit 1: Linear Functions and Linear Equations (~9 weeks); Unit 2: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities (~5 weeks); Unit 3: Quadratic Functions (~9 weeks); Unit 4: Exponent Properties and Exponential Functions (~5 weeks); Unit 5: Physical & Social Science Applications of Algebra 1 (~3 weeks)

Topics covered include:

Foundations for Algebra (variables and expressions, operations with real numbers, functions), Equations (solving equations, proportion and percent, Inequalities – solving simple and compound inequalities), Functions (function concepts, applying functions), Linear Functions (characteristics of linear functions, using a variety of forms of linear functions), Systems of Equations and Inequalities (solving systems by graphing, substitution, and elimination), Exponents and Polynomials, Factoring Polynomials, Quadratic Functions and Equations, Data Analysis and Probability, Exponential and Radical Functions, & Rational Functions and Equations.

• Aug 23rd, 2022 - Apr 30th, 2023
Thu for 30 weeks from 1:00 pm