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COURSE NO. ALG-569

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Math U See Algebra 2: Factoring polynomials, quadratic formula, graphing conic sections and other algebra 2 topics.

COURSE NOTES

MATHEMATICS:  General math, transition math/pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and various advanced math programs are available to the homeschooler.  Math is required of all students each year.  High school students should aim for four or more hours of math each week (36 – 45 hours per quarter).
 
Recommended junior high and high school math sequence is Math-U-See Zeta, then Math U See Pre-Algebra (or Saxon Algebra 1/2 or UCSMP Transition Math), then Jacobs Elementary Algebra, then Jacobs Geometry.  Higher level math is recommended for those students with a gift or a tutor (!) for it, or consider a community college class, even.  Most effective over the years have been Math U See Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus, Paul Foerster’s Algebra & Trigonometry, Teaching Textbook series or Scott Foresman’s UCSMP Math series.  See your advisor’s notes for recommendations for your student.
 
To place a student in a math text correctly, begin the year by assigning one unit test or review per day.  When the student begins missing two or more problems because he does not understand the steps or concepts, back up to the beginning lesson for that test unit and begin the student there in the text.  If a text is wrapped around to the following school year, this testing sequence should be repeated from the beginning of the text to find the student’s most comfortable starting point for the new year, encouraging deep review.  
 
Math should be taught 4 to 5 days per week, with 15-20 minutes of supervised instruction and 30 to 50 minutes of independent practice.  Be sure to work through every error with your student until you are satisfied that he can reach the correct answer independently.  Homeschoolers should earn no less than a B+ percentage grade BEFORE corrections before moving forward in the lessons.
 

Credit Information for Students in Grades 9 - 12: Credits awarded according to hours reported; 37.5 hours = 2.5cr; 75 hours = 5.0cr; max. 2.5cr per quarter; max. 2.5cr per work sample.

Scheduling Suggestions: 5x/wk for 50 to 75 minutes



BOOKS AND MATERIALS

 

Math U See Algebra 2 : Student Kit

  • Author: Math U See
  • ISBN:        
  • Supplier: Math U See

Math U See Publ.; Student kit includes student text and test booklet; See www.mathusee.com for placement tests, complete tables of contents, and scope and sequence lists.

 

"Factoring polynomials, quadratic formula, graphing conic sections and other algebra 2 topics."  PREREQUISITE: The student should have completed the ALGEBRA 1 curriculum or a comparable algebra course." - www.mathusee.com.


 

Math U See Algebra 2 : Instruction Pack

  • Author: Math U See
  • ISBN:        
  • Supplier: Math U See

Math U See Publ.; Contains the Teacher Manual, and the video in either DVD or VHS format

 



 

Math U See Algebra 2 Honors

  • ISBN:        
  • Supplier: Math U See

31 one-page lessons, with solutions.

 

A must for college-bound students.
 
"In the Honors books you will find problems which do the following:
.  Review previously learned material in an unfamiliar context.
.  Provide practical application of math skills relating to science or everyday life.
.  Challenge the student with more complex word problems.
.  Expand on concepts taught in the text.
.  Familiarize students with problems that are present in standardized testing.
.  Prepare for advanced science courses such as physics.
.  Stimulate logical thinking skills with interesting or unusual math concepts."
 


 

 




LESSON PLANNER

WEEK A
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 1
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK B
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 2
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 1
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 3
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 2
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 4
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 3
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 5
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 4
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 6
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 5
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 7
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 6
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 8
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 7
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 9
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 8
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 10
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 9
Math U See Algebra 2: Take Unit Test I
   .   Before taking the test this week catch-up on corrections, review your math study cards, and study for the test.  
   .   Your goal is to spend 3-4 hours on math catch-up, review, study, and testing this week.

 


WEEK 10
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 11
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 11
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 12
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 12
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 13
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 13
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 14
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 14
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 15
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 15
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 16
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 16
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 17
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK C
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 18
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK D
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 19
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 17
Math U See Algebra 2: Take Unit Test II

 


WEEK 18
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 20
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 19
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 21
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 20
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 22
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 21
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 23
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 22
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 24
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 23
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 25
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 24
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 26
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 25
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 27
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 26
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 28
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 27
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 29
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 28
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 30
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 29
Math U See Algebra 2: Lesson 31
NOTE: Be sure to a) make math study cards, b) always show your work, and c) log the time you spend on study, practice, and corrections.

 


WEEK 30
MUS Algebra 2: Take Unit Test III
   .   Before taking the test this week catch-up on corrections, review your math study cards, and study for the test.  
   .   Your goal is to spend 3-4 hours on math catch-up, review, study, and testing this week.

 


WEEK 31
MUS Algebra 2: Take the Final Exam
   .   Before taking the exam this week catch-up on corrections, review your math study cards, and study for the test.  
   .   Your goal is to spend 3-4 hours on math catch-up, review, study, and testing this week.

 


WEEK 32
Prepare and mail your semester reporting packet.  Include your graded Final Exam as well as your corrections as the math work sample.

 




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