Algebra, Grades 7+
Homeschool algebra can be fun and simple! Covering the basics, like what algebra actually is and what it can do, and going all the way to advanced topics like solving quadratic equations, this video course allows students to learn at their own pace using our special accelerated learning techniques.
Designed to present topics generally covered in grades 7 and above, we’ve found that our algebra for homeschoolers video can successfully be used with precocious learners starting at age 11 and ranging all the way through high school. Also makes an excellent refresher for older homeschoolers preparing for tests.
See below for a detailed listing of all topics covered.
|Foundations of Algebra||Functions||Algebra Mechanics||Linear Equations|
|What is Algebra?||Cost Functions||Equality||Slope|
|Kinds of Numbers||Input and Output||Solving for X||Horizontal and Vertical Lines|
|Order of Operations (PEMDAS)||Scatterplots and Trend lines||Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides||Parallel and Perpendicular Lines|
|The Rules of Exponents||Data, Equations, and Graphs||Absolute Value||Three Forms of Linear Equations|
|Properties of Operations||Domain and Range||Simplifying Expressions||Connecting with Graphs|
|Using Variables||Solving Inequalities||Systems of Equations|
|Linear Inequalities||Polynomials & Factoring||Quadratic Equations|
|Linear Inequalities||Monomials and Polynomials: The Basics||What is a Quadratic Equation?|
|Graphic Linear Inequalities||Simplifying Monomials||Graphing Quadratic Equations|
|Systems of Linear Inequalities||Greatest Common Factor||Solving Quadratic Equations|
|Factoring||Applications of Quadratic Equations|
|Simplifying Rational Expressions|
|For Teachers||For Students||Types of Assignments||State & National Standards|
|RTI alerts||Differentiated Instruction||54 vocab words (with audio playback)||State Standards|
|Editable rubrics||Note-taking||38 critical thinking questions||National Standards|
|Progress reporting||Re-teaching||205 multiple choice questions||Common Core|
|Automatic grading||14 drag n’ drop graphic organizers|
|Student-to-teacher messaging||220 minutes of video (w/ scrolling transcripts)|