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Algebra I A/B

Modified: 2011

Course Description:

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In this year-long Algebra course, students will cover topics over a two semester

period (as designated by A and B sections). Students will become familiar

with the language and history of algebra, they will use properties of real

numbers to simplify expressions, and solve equations and inequalities.

Students will work with ratios and proportions; they will study probability and

statistics as well as explore functions, slope and graph linear equations.

Learning Targets:

Semester A

Variables and expressions

Order of operations and

evaluating expressions

Real numbers and the

number line

Properties of real numbers

Adding a subtracting real

numbers

Multiplying and dividing real

numbers

An introduction to equations

Patterns, equations, and

graphs

Solving one-step equations

Solving two-step equations

Semester B

Zero and negative exponents

Scientific notation

Multiplying powers with the

same base

More multiplication properties

of exponents

Division properties of

exponents

Exponential growth and decay

Adding and subtracting

polynomials

Multiplying and factoring

Multiplying binomials

Multiplying special cases

Factoring

Solving equations with

variables on both sides

Literal equations and

formulas

Ratios, rates, and

conversions

Solving proportions

Proportions and similar

figures

Percents

Change expressed as a

percent

Inequalities and their graphs

Solving inequalities using

addition and subtraction

Solving inequalities using

multiplication and division

Solving multi-step

inequalities

Working with sets

Compound inequalities

Absolute value equations and

inequalities

Unions and intersections of

sets

Using graphs to relate two

quantities

Patterns and linear functions

Patterns and nonlinear

functions

Graphing a function rule

Writing a function rule

Formalizing relations and

functions

Sequences and functions

Rate of change and slope

Direct variation

Slope-intercept form

Point-slope form

Standard form

Parallel and perpendicular

lines

Scatter plots and trend lines

Graphing absolute value

functions

Solving systems by graphing

Solving systems using

substitution

Solving systems using

elimination

Applications of linear systems

Factoring by grouping

Quadratic graphs and their

properties

Quadratic functions

Solving quadratic equations

Factoring to solve quadratic

equations

Completing the square

The quadratic formula and the

discriminate

Linear, quadratic, and

exponential models

The Pythagorean Theorem

Simplifying radicals

Operations with radical

expressions

Solving radical equations

Graphing square root

functions

Trigonometric functions

Simplifying rational

expressions

Multiplying and dividing

rational expressions

Dividing polynomials

Adding and subtracting

rational expressions

Solving rational equations

Inverse variations

Graphing rational functions

Organizing data using matrices

Frequency and histograms

Measures of central tendency

and dispersion

Box-and-whisker plots

Samples and surveys

Permutations and

combinations

Theoretical and experimental

probability

Probability of compound

events

Linear inequalities

Systems of linear inequalities

Required Materials:

Graphing Calculator

Note: This course contains an embedded softcopy textbook.

Content Standards:

California within the Smarter Balance Consortium.

Pre-Requisites:

Grade Scale:

Letter Range (%)

A

97-100

A

94-96

A90-93

B+

87-89

B

84-86

B80-83

C+

77-79

C

74-76

C70-73

D+

67-69

D

65-66

D60-64

F

0-59

Course Methodology:

online readings, asynchronous discussions with students and their instructor,

interactions with online tutorials, and online and hands-on simulations. A

semester project developed by each student will be used to demonstrate

knowledge and understanding of the material in the course.

The instructor will act as a guide, a facilitator, an events planner, and a

resource advisor. He/she will always be available through e-mail. The student

must actively construct and acquire knowledge by being intrinsically motivated

to succeed. To succeed, students must participate and complete all readings

and activities. This course requires the students active participation.

Both formal and informal assessment methods will be used in the course.

Informal assessment will include an evaluation of the quality and timeliness of

participation in class activities. Formal assessment may include multiple-choice

quizzes, tests, discussion board participation, and written assignments. A final

exam will be given at the end of the course.

Course Expectations:

reflects sound ethics, honor, and good citizenship. It is the students

responsibility to maintain academic honesty and integrity and to manifest their

commitment to the goals of NUVHS through their conduct and behavior.

Students are expected to abide by all NUVHS policies and regulations. Any

form of academic dishonesty, or inappropriate conduct by students or

deemed appropriate by NUVHS.

Communication:

Throughout this course students will need to be in close contact with their

instructor and fellow students. Students are expected to communicate via

email and electronic discussion boards. Therefore, students should plan on

checking email at least three to five times a week and participate in the

discussion boards during the weeks they are live.

Instructors strongly encourage and welcome open communication. Clear,

consistent, and proactive communication will ensure a successful experience in

this course. It is the students responsibility to notify the instructor

immediately if and when a personal situation occurs that affects his/her

performance in this class. Being proactive with communication will result in a

quick solution to any problems that may occur.

Technical Support is offered through Spectrum Pacific Learning Company

(SPLC). Should a student need any technical assistance, he/she should email

the Help Desk as soon as possible at helpdesk@myonlinelogin.com or call 1877-252-7715. SPLC will help resolve technical problems and walk through the

solution with students. If a problem persists for more than 48 hours, the

student must also notify his/her teacher(s) and NUVHS.

Course Outline

Semester A

Unit

1

Topic

The Foundations of Algebra

Part 1

Activity

Diagnostic Exam

Reading Assignment Chapter: 1.1 to 1.3

Homework Assignment: 1.1 to 1.3

Class Discussion

Unit 1 Quiz

Part 2

Homework Assignment: 1.4 to 1.9

Class Discussion

Unit 2 Quiz

Solving Equations

Homework Assignment: 2.1 to 2.10

Class Discussion

Unit 3 Quiz

Solving Inequalities

Homework Assignment: 3.1 to 3.8

Class Discussion

Unit 4 Quiz

Midterm

An Introduction to Functions

Homework Assignment: 4.1 to 4.7

Class Discussion

Unit 5 Quiz

Linear Functions

Homework Assignment: 5.1 to 5.8

Class Discussion

Unit 6 Quiz

Inequalities

Homework Assignment: 6.1 to 6.6

Class Discussion

Unit 7 Quiz

Algebra IA Review

Class Discussion

Class Project

Final Exam

Activity

Diagnostic Exam

Reading Assignment: 7.1 to 7.3

Homework Assignment: 7.1 to 7.3

Class Discussion

Unit 1 Quiz

Semester B

Unit

1

Topic

Exponents and Exponential

Functions Part 1

Functions Part 2

Homework Assignment: 7.4 to 7.7

Class Discussion

Unit 2 Quiz

Homework Assignment: 8.1 to 8.8

Class Discussion

Unit 3 Quiz

Equations

Homework Assignment: 9.1 to 9.7

Class Discussion

Unit 4 Quiz

Midterm

Equations

Homework Assignment: 10.1 to 10.6

Class Discussion

Unit 5 Quiz

Functions

Homework Assignment: 11.1 to 11.7

Class Discussion

Unit 6 Quiz

Homework Assignment: 12.1 to 12.8

Class Discussion

Unit 7 Quiz

Comprehensive Review

Class Discussion

Course Project

Final Exam

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