Algebra 1: This is a high school credit math class which covers the beginning algebraic concepts needed for successive math courses.
This course is an honors course designed for students who have excelled in Algebra I and are ready to explore mathematics at an advanced level. We will build upon your prior knowledge of shapes, perimeter, area and volume. We will explore the concept of logic and its implications on our modeling of space. Some of these models approximate our physical world while others are purely theoretical. In this course we will explore the foundations of this logic and apply it to form mathematical/geometric proofs of Euclidean Geometry.
This is a pass/fail course designed to assist students in improving their math skills and algebra readiness. We will work on identified weaknesses, number sense and problem solving.
Period 1: Planning
Period 2: Algebra
Period 3: Algebra
Period 4: Honors Geometry
Period 6: Algebra
Period 7: Planning
Period 8: Math Support 2:21-3:05
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Last updated:March 2017