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COURSE NO. MAT-526

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Math U See PreCalculus: Trigonometry, identities, polar equations, logarithms, sequences, limits and other topics to prepare for calculus.

COURSE NOTES

PREREQUISITE: The student should have completed Math U See ALGEBRA 1, Math U See GEOMETRY and Math U See ALGEBRA 2, or comparable courses.

Five days weekly, 50 to 75 minutes.  Earns up to 10.0 high school credits, based on time spent.

Math should be taught four to five days a week, with 15-20 minutes of supervised instruction and 40-50 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.  Remember to check your teacher guide for clarification.

A very flexible math regimen that has proven effective for many of our families is to have the student work through 40 minutes, on a timer, of new material, then have him checkmark his own errors using the answer key.  The next day he does all of his corrections first, working any problems that he can’t correct on his own with you on a good-sized white/chalk board.  Then, picking up where he left off the day before, he works through 40 minutes of new material, then checkmarks his own errors, and so on.  As you can see, math can take as little as 45 minutes per day, or as long as an hour or more, depending on your student’s careful attention and effort—the student controls the length of time he spends daily on math.  This “timer method” gives the student time to slow down and master the material thoroughly—the homeschool goal—rather than encouraging rushed and shabby work.

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 PreCalculus : 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.

 

"Trigonometric ratios, graphing polar equations, logarithms, limits and other topics needed as preparation for calculus." - www.mathusee.com

 

Math U See PreCalculus : 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.

 

When purchasing an older, used version of Math U See PreCalculus be sure to also pick up a copy of the Math U See PreCalculus Honors workbook.  Newer editions of the text include the honors work


 

 




LESSON PLANNER

WEEK A

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 1.


WEEK B

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 2.


WEEK 1

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 3.


WEEK 2

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 4.


WEEK 3

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 5.


WEEK 4

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 6.


WEEK 5

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 7.


WEEK 6

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 8.


WEEK 7

Take 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 8

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 9.


WEEK 9

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 10.


WEEK 10

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 11.


WEEK 11

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 12.


WEEK 12

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 13.


WEEK 13

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 14.


WEEK 14

Take Test II. 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 15

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 15.


WEEK 16

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 16.


WEEK C

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 17.


WEEK D

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 18.


WEEK 17

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 19.


WEEK 18

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 20.


WEEK 19

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 21.


WEEK 20

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 22.


WEEK 21

Take 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 22

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 23.


WEEK 23

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 24.


WEEK 24

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 25.


WEEK 25

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 26.


WEEK 26

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 27.


WEEK 27

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 28.


WEEK 28

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 29.


WEEK 29

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Lesson 30.


WEEK 30

Take Test IV. 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

Math U See PreCalculus: Do Appendix A and B.


WEEK 32

Take the Final Exam. 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.




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