## Weekly outline

• ### General

• ### First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One variable

Learning Objective: Students will Use the properties of equality and real numbers to solve first-degree equations, inequalities, and absolute values. Beginning Algebra Module 1: First Degree Equations and Inequalities with One Variable, consists of 2 assessments, an introduction, and 5 sections: Pre-Assessment, Beginning Algebra Module 1 Introduction, Section 1: Real Numbers, Section 2: The Addition and Multiplication Properties of Equality and Equations, Section 3: Inequalities, Section 4: Absolute Value and Inequalities, Section 5: Translating from Word Statements to Mathematical Statements, Post-Assessment.

• ### Linear Equations I

Learning Objective: Students will Graph solutions to linear equations on a plane and develop equations from points and slope. Beginning Algebra Module 2: Linear Equations I includes: Pre-Assessment, Introduction: Linear Equations I, Section 1: The Rectangular Coordinate system, Section 2: Graphs of Straight Lines, Section 3: Slope, Section 4: Forms of Linear Equations, Post-Assessment.

• ### Linear Equations II

Learning Objective: Students will Use a graphing calculator to find a line of best fit, solve a variety of application problems involving linear equations, identify functions, and use function notation. The module includes: Pre-Assessment, Module 3 Introduction, Section 1: Introduction to Linear Regression, Section 2: Introduction to Applications Involving Linear Equations, Section 3: Introduction to Linear Functions, Post-Assessment.

• ### Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables

Learning Objective: Students will solve systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables using a variety of methods. Module includes: Pre-Assessment, Introduction: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables, Section1: Solving Systems of Linear Equations, Section 2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution Method, Section 3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination Method, Section 4: Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities, Post-Assessment.

• ### Variable Expression I

Learning Objective: Students will manipulate variable expressions using properties of real numbers and rules of exponentiation. Module includes: Pre-Assessment, Introduction: Variable Expression I, Section 1: Review of Real Number Properties, Section 2: Variable Expressions, Section 3: Polynomial Functions, Section 4: Exponentiation Rules, Post-Assessment.

• ### Variable Expression II

Learning Objective: Students will manipulate variable expressions using properties of real numbers and rules of exponentiation and use techniques to solve polynomial functions. The module includes: Pre-Assessment, Module 6 Introduction: Variable Expression II, Section 1: Multiplication 1, Section 2: Multiplication 2, Section 3: Division with Polynomials, Section 4: Polynomials in Multi-Variables, Section 5: Algebra of Functions, Post-Assessment.

• ### Factoring

Learning Objective: Students will successfully factor second and third degree expressions using general factoring techniques and will use the zero factor property rule to solve second degree equations and functions. Module includes: Pre-Assessment, Introduction: Factoring, Section 1: Introduction to Polynomial Equations, Section 2: Second Degree Equations of the General Type, Section 3: Factoring Second Degree Equations with a Leading Coefficient, Section 4: Special Factorizations, Section 5: General Strategies for Factoring Polynomials, Post-Assessment.

• ### Graphing Polynomial Equations

Learning Objective: Students will Identify and solve general polynomial equations and match them to their corresponding graphs. Sections in this module: Section 1: First Degree Equations, Section 2: Second Degree Equations, Section 3: Third Degree Equations, Section 4: Onward to nth Degree Equations, Section 5: Applications.