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Topic: Two-Year Integrated Algebra Program
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Loretta Boyce

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Re: Two-Year Integrated Algebra Program
Posted: Jul 6, 2010 11:01 AM
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we've always said that they need to be able to solve and equation and graph a line before they leave the first year... we also do equations of lines, polynomials, factoring, solving quadratics, solving literal equations, basic probability, order of operations, real number properties, sets, word problems, and inequalities

>>> Louis Ohle 07/06/10 8:53 AM >>>
Hi,

I just found out that I am teaching "The First Year of Two", for the Integrated Algebra in a summer school setting. Its 24 days long (not counting midterm and final) the periods are almost 2 hours long.

Does anyone have a list of topics that should be covered in the first year of Integrated Algebra?

Just curious, does anyone have any suggestions on how to cover the material in roughly 48 class hours?

Thanks,

Louis
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