# Online Mathematics Classes

- Math Foundations II A & B
- Intro to Algebra A & B
- Algebra A & B*
- Algebra 2 A & B*
- Geometry A & B*
- Consumer Math
- Financial Literacy A & B
- Probability & Statistics A & B
- Precalculus A & B

* Honors Versions may be available upon request.

#### Math Foundations II A & B

- Math Foundations II
- Prerequisites: None
- Length: Two semesters
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Based on the NCTM Curricular Focal Points, Math Foundations II is designed to expedite student progress in acquiring 6th- to 8th-grade skills. The course is appropriate for use as remediation at the high school level or as middle school curriculum. The program simultaneously builds the computational skills and conceptual understanding needed to undertake high school-level math courses with confidence.

The course’s carefully paced, guided instruction is accompanied by interactive practice that is engaging and accessible. Formative assessments help students to understand areas of weakness and improve performance, while summative assessments chart progress and skill development. Early in the course, students develop general strategies for honing their problem-solving skills. Subsequent units provide a problem-solving strand that asks students to practice applying specific math skills to a variety of real-world contexts.

This course is built to state standards and informed by the National Council of Teachers of Math (NCTM) standards and Curricular Focal Points for Prekindergarten through Grade 8 Mathematics: A Quest for Coherence.

#### >Intro to Algebra A & B

- Pre-Algebra
- Prerequisites: None
- Length: Two semesters
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Pre-Algebra provides a curriculum focused on foundational concepts that prepare students for success in Algebra I. Through a “Discovery-Confirmation-Practice”-based exploration of basic concepts, students are challenged to work toward a mastery of computational skills, to deepen their understanding of key ideas and solution strategies, and to extend their knowledge through a variety of problem-solving applications.

Course topics include integers; the language of algebra; solving equations with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; fractions and decimals; measurement; exponents; solving equations with roots and powers; multi-step equations; and linear equations.

Within each Pre-Algebra lesson, students are supplied with a scaffolded note-taking guide, called a Study Sheet, as well as a post-study Checkup activity that provides them the opportunity to hone their computational skills by working through a low-stakes, 10-question problem set before starting formal assessment. Unit-level Introductory Algebra assessments include a computer-scored test and a scaffolded, teacher-scored test.

The course is built to state standards and informed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).

#### Intro to Algebra A & B

- California Algebra I A & B
- Prerequisites: Introductory or Pre-Algebra
- Length: Four Semesters
- Syllabus Part A, Syllabus Part B

Algebra 1A and 1B address the need for an expanded, two-year treatment of traditional high school Algebra I curriculum. Focusing on review of pre-algebra skills and introductory algebra content, Algebra 1A allows students to deepen their understanding of real numbers in their various forms and then extend their knowledge to linear equations in one and two variables. Course topics include integers; the language of algebra; fractions and decimals; exponents; solving equations with four basic operations; solving equations with roots, powers, or multiple steps; functions; and linear equations.

Both Algebra 1A and 1B feature ample opportunity for students to hone their computational skills by working through practice problem sets before moving on to formal assessment.

When used together, Algebra 1A and Algebra 1B meet California’s Algebra I Mathematics Content Standards.

#### Algebra A & B

- Algebra I
- Prerequisites: Math 8 or Pre-Algebra
- Length: Two semesters
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Algebra I builds students’ command of linear, quadratic, and exponential relationships. Students learn through discovery and application, developing the skills they need to break down complex challenges and demonstrate their knowledge in new situations.

Course topics include problem-solving with basic equations and formulas; an introduction to functions and problem solving; linear equations and systems of linear equations; exponents and exponential functions; sequences and functions; descriptive statistics; polynomials and factoring; quadratic equa