In Algebra I, students explore variables, function patterns, graphs, and equations. They will describe and translate graphic, algebraic, numeric, and verbal representations of relations and use those representations to solve problems. Students will develop computational, procedural, and problem-solving skills throughout this course, building a solid foundation for further study in mathematics.
In the credit recovery instance of this course, pre- and post-tests measure student mastery at the learning objective level. Students are excused from credit recovery course content based on the results of the topical pre-tests, which allows them to focus on the content they've not yet mastered.
- Solving Equations
- Units & Sequences
- Graphs & Functions
- Linear Equations & Graphs
- Exponents/Exponential Functions
- Polynomials & Factoring
- Quadratic Equations