Algebra I
Mr. Trevor Webb
$336
Prerequisite: PreAlgebra
Algebra is the study of formal symbolic systems. In this class, we will learn how to use one symbolic system to make mathematical calculations much easier than would be otherwise possible. We will learn how the use of symbols for numbers will reveal shortcuts, tricks, and patterns in those numbers that we can exploit to make mathematics less tedious, faster to calculate, and more interesting. Along the way, we will apply this knowledge to geometry, physics, probability, modeling, finances, and more. Most importantly, in this class students will have a chance to learn how to employ the tools of algebra to answer questions of their own devising, in a manner that is clear, correct, and succinct.
All math classes will use Teaching Textbooks. This system lets students watch lectures, do problems, and get immediate grading each day. During class time, students will review past concepts, learn new ones, and solve realworld problems. Email if you would like help deciding which level of math is best for your student.
REQUIRED MATERIALS

Teaching Textbooks CDs or online subscription: You can rent CDs from EMERGE for $55, subscribe from teachingtextbooks.com for $67.08 or buy new CDs for $154.95. (EMERGE would greatly appreciate you renting from us because we made a very large investment in discs last year before the online subscription option became available.) Contact Janet Pannell at to rent CDs.

Computer with internet access and DVD drive