Course Rationale: Algebra 1 is the critical element in secondary mathematics education. Topics introduced in Algebra 1 provide the foundation students require for future success in high school mathematics, critical thinking, and problem solving. The primary goal in Algebra 1 is to help students transfer their concrete mathematical knowledge to more abstract algebraic generalizations.

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20

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July 11, 2021

16 hours

Course Description:
Algebra 1 topics include recognizing and developing patterns using tables, graphs and equations. In addition, students will explore operations on algebraic expressions, apply mathematical properties to algebraic equations. Students will solve problems using equations, graphs and tables to investigate linear relationships. Technology will be used to introduce and expand upon the areas of study listed above. Use of computers and graphing calculators will be incorporated into each module.
Course outline:
Writing Algebraic expressions from words
Order of Operations, Properties of Algebra, Ratios
Equations: Add, Subtract , Multiply, Divide
Equations: Two or More Steps
Equations: Formulas solving for a variable
Linear Pattern to equation
Slope
Parallel & Intersecting Lines
Equation to Line, line to equation
Real World Linear Models
Inequalities Graphing simple
Add/Sub Multp Divide Inequalities
Absolute Values
Graphing Inequalities W/ 2 Variables
Solve System of equations by graphing
Solve by Substitution
Solve systems by addition