FOUNDATIONS IN ALGEBRA 2
Dates: July 6 - July 16 (2 Weeks): M-F 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Instructor: Will be Announced Soon
The Foundations for Algebra II course is designed for students entering pre-algebra in the fall. This course provides practice for early concepts and a review of mathematical skills and strategies to explore the intuitive understanding of numbers. Students will develop an early understanding of key concepts leading to theories of linear relationships and probability.
- Develop and use strategies to solve problems that require proportional reasoning
- Recognize problem situations in which two or more variables have a linear relationship to each other.
- Understand equivalence - two expressions are deemed equivalent with an equal sign
- Explore and develop probability models by identifying possible outcomes and analyze probabilities to solve problems.
WHAT HAPPENS IN CLASS