## Practice Outside of Class

The goal of the class is to learn and understand Algebra 1. Students have different learning styles and needs. The work done in class will revolve around investigations, inquiry, and problem solving. All practice will also be completed in class. To assist students who would benefit from an individual pace, any student may take part in the Algebra 1 Mission with Khan Academy outside of class or during RTI. Although not assigned by the teacher, a student's progress with Khan Academy can be taken into account when the student requests test retakes.

## Online Video Learning

Here are some good links to Algebra 1 Resources. Some of these are webpages and some are videos. You can use the index or search boxes to find the concept you are looking for. If you need help finding a topic, please e-mail me. (I will also provide specific links next to each day's assignments.

Math is Fun - Algebra 1

Purple Math

Math Open Reference

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# Algebra 1

## Algebra 1 2018-19

 Unit Main Concepts Quarter 1 1. Statistics Parent Guides  Condensed (2 page) lessons for quick review. interpret and compare a variety of graphs find summary values for a data set draw conclusions about a data set based on graphs and summary values create and interpret relative frequency graphs use statistics to compare center and spread of two or more data sets Quarter 1 2. Solve Linear Equations and Inequalities review simplifying and ordering fractions use proportional reasoning to understand problem situations learn what rates are and use them to make predictions review the rules for order of operations with algebraic expressions using solving equations by graphing describe number tricks by using algebraic expressions solve equations by using the undoing method Quarter 2 3. Linear Equations write recursive rules emphasizing start plus change study rate of change learn to write equations for lines using a starting value and a rate of change use equations and tables to graph lines solve linear equations estimate the margin of error of predictions define and calculate slope Quarter 2 End of Semester 1 4. Functions and Linear Modeling explore the domain and range of a relation learn how to determine whether a relationship is a function graph functions of real world situations write an equation that fits a set of real-world data review the intercept form of a linear equation learn the slope-intercept form of a linear equation learn the point-slope form of a linear equation recognize equivalent equations written in different forms  formalize algebraic properties Quarter 3 5. Solving Systems of Linear Equations learn to solve systems of linear equations learn to use slope to identify parallel and perpendicular lines solve systems using the substitution method solve systems using the elimination method graph inequalities in one and two variables solve systems of linear inequalities Quarter 3 6. Exponential Functions and Sequences write recursive rules for nonlinear sequences learn an equation for exponential growth or decrease use properties of exponents to rewrite expressions write numbers in scientific notation model real-world data with exponential equations Quarter 3/4 7. Functions and Transformations learn about function notation and vocabulary learn about the absolute value and squaring functions learn about piecewise functions and step functions learn to change, or transform, graphs write a new equation to describe the transformed graph model real-world data with equations of transformations explore the relationship between factoring and the distributive property learn to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify rational expressions Quarter 4 End of Semester 2 8. Quadratic Functions review factoring and using the distributive property model applications with quadratic functions learn how factor polynomials compare features of parabolas to their quadratic equations learn strategies for solving quadratic equations learn how to combine and factor polynomials make connections between some new polynomial functions and their graphs 