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COURSE NO. MAT-624

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COURSE OVERVIEW

36 Week Course Plan for Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

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).
 
Math should be taught 4 to 5 days per week, with 10-15 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 91% BEFORE corrections before moving forward in the lessons.
 
For work samples, make a copy of the latest test, quiz or review that includes a broad variety of problems worked over the quarter.  Be sure to include the problem set as well as the answers, and that the work samples are labeled with name, date, lesson number and book title.

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

 

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus Complete Set

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LESSON PLANNER

WEEK A

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

PACING: The goal is to spend at least four hours a week for 36 weeks in math study, problems, and corrections.  The ideal allotment of time for math is one hour a day, five days a week, for 36 weeks.  If you find it incredibly difficult to complete three lessons a week with scores of 91% or above then discuss with your teaching-parent and advisor moving to a two-lesson-a-week plan, taking six quarters instead of four quarters to complete this course.
 
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  SIX QUARTER, FIFTY-FOUR WEEK PLAN
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Q1, Week 1: Lessons 1 - 2
Q1, Week 2: Lessons 3 - 4
Q1, Week 3: Lessons 5 - 6
Q1, Week 4: Lessons 7 - 8
Q1, Week 5: Lessons 9 - 10
Q1, Week 6: Lessons 11 - 12
Q1, Week 7: Lessons 13 - 14
Q1, Week 8: Lessons 15 - 16
Q1, Week 9: Review Chapters 1-2.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
Q2, Week 10: Lessons 17 - 18
Q2, Week 11: Lessons 19 - 20
Q2, Week 12: Lessons 21 - 22
Q2, Week 13: Lessons 23 - 24
Q2, Week 14: Lessons 25 - 26
Q2, Week 15: Lessons 27 - 28
Q2, Week 16: Lessons 29 - 30
Q2, Week 17: Review Chapters 3-4.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
Q2, Week 18: Lessons 31 - 32
Q3, Week 19: Lessons 33 - 34
Q3, Week 20: Lessons 35 - 36
Q3, Week 21: Lessons 37 - 38
Q3, Week 22: Lessons 39 - 40
Q3, Week 23: Lessons 41 - 42
Q3, Week 24: Review Chapters 5-6.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
Q3, Week 25: Lessons 43 - 44
Q3, Week 26: Lessons 45 - 46
Q3, Week 27: Lessons 47 - 48
Q4, Week 28: Lessons 49 - 50
Q4, Week 29: Lessons 51 - 52
Q4, Week 30: Lessons 53 - 54
Q4, Week 31: Lessons 55 - 56
Q4, Week 32: Lessons 57 - 58
Q4, Week 33: Review Chapters 7-8.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
Q4, Week 34: Lessons 59 - 60
Q4, Week 35: Lessons 61 - 62
Q4, Week 36: Lessons 63 - 64
Q5, Week 37: Lessons 65 - 66
Q5, Week 38: Lessons 67 - 68
Q5, Week 39: Lessons 69 - 70
Q5, Week 40: Review Chapters 9-10.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
Q5, Week 41: Lessons 71 - 72
Q5, Week 42: Lessons 73 - 74
Q5, Week 43: Lessons 75 - 76
Q5, Week 44: Lessons 77 - 78
Q5, Week 45: Lessons 79 - 80
Q6, Week 46: Lessons 81 - 82
Q6, Week 47: Lessons 83 - 84
Q6, Week 48: Review Chapters 11-12.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
Q6, Week 49: Lessons 85 - 86
Q6, Week 50: Lessons 87 - 88
Q6, Week 51: Lessons 89 - 90
Q6, Week 52: Lessons 91 - 92
Q6, Week 53: Lessons 93 - 94
Q6, Week 54: Lesson 95 and review Chapters 13-14.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
 
 
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  FOUR QUARTER, THIRTY-SIX WEEK PLAN
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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 on your Weekly Assignment Sheets.
 

 


WEEK B

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 4 - 6

 


WEEK 1

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 7 - 9

 


WEEK 2

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 10 - 12

 


WEEK 3

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 13 - 15

 


WEEK 4

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 16 - 18  

 


WEEK 5

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 19 - 21

 


WEEK 6

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 22 - 24

 


WEEK 7

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 25 - 27

 


WEEK 8
q Review of Lessons 1-27.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.
 
END OF THE QUARTER: Use this week to catch-up in this course or others.  Then, organize the section of your Binder for this course and prepare your quarterly progress information: a) discuss with your teaching-parent the grade you received for this quarter and why it was assigned; b) fill in the text, progress, and grade information of the Semester Report form for this quarter; and c) select a representative work sample from this quarter’s work, label it, and file it in a safe place with your Semester Report form until you are ready to submit the Semester Reporting packet.  Also, please refer to the STAA Handbook for more information about selecting work samples, preparing semester reporting packets, and documenting Non-STAA Courses.
 
Semester Reporting Due Dates: Semester 1, which includes Quarters 1 and 2, is due before February 28th.  Semester 2, which includes Quarters 3 and 4, is due before June 30th.

 


WEEK 9

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 28 - 30

 


WEEK 10

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 31 - 33

 


WEEK 11

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 34 - 36

 


WEEK 12

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 37 - 39

 


WEEK 13

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 40 - 42

 


WEEK 14

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 43 - 45

 


WEEK 15

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 46 - 48

 


WEEK 16
q Review of Lessons 28-48.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.

 


WEEK C

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 49 - 51

 


WEEK D

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 52 - 54

 


WEEK 17

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 55 - 57

 


WEEK 18

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 58 - 60

 


WEEK 19

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 61 - 63

 


WEEK 20

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 64 - 66

 


WEEK 21

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 67 - 69

 


WEEK 22

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 70 - 72

 


WEEK 23
q Lessons 73 - 75

 


WEEK 24
q Review of Lessons 49-75.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.

 


WEEK 25

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 76 - 78

 


WEEK 26

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 79 - 81

 


WEEK 27

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 82 - 84

 


WEEK 28

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 85 - 87

 


WEEK 29

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 88 - 90

 


WEEK 30

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 91 - 93

 


WEEK 31

Teaching Textbook Pre-Calculus

q Lessons 94 - 95

 


WEEK 32
q Review of Lessons 73-95.  Make math study cards or annotate sample problems in your notes.

 




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