February 21, 2017

Mathematics

Graduation Requirment 3.0 credits. Students watch online lectures with illustrated examples, complete assigned exercises, take quizzes to test concept comprehension and if they've progressed satisfactorily, take an exam at the end of each unit. Students must demonstrate proficiency by completing unit exams with an 80% score before continuing to the next unit. Students may watch the online lectures repeatedly if they are struggling with a specific math concept and instructors have online office hours to take questions from students using chat software.
(Note: an 'A' designation after the course name means first semester of curriculum and 'B' indicates the second semester.)

Course List

MATH 101 ALG1 - Algebra 1 - A
Description 9th Grade Requirement
This course is a first year algebra course that should follow pre-algebra. You need to master the concepts in pre-algebra to be ready for algebra 1. This course provides the student the opportunity to master algebra skills including simplifying and solving equations, graphing, and solving systems of equations. It is an individualized math program. You will be placed at the appropriate skill level and be challenged to master these algebraic skills.

Unit 1: Equations
Unit 2: Inequalities
Unit 3: Functions
Unit 4: Linear Functions
Unit 5: Systems of Equations
Unit 6: Exponents and Polynomials
Semester: Cumulative Exam

Materials Required:
Math Notebook (Graph paper)
Scanner

Holt, McDougall Algebra 1 "Common Core" online edition provided
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MATH 101 ALG1 - Algebra 1 - A (MVCA)
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MATH 201 GEOM - Geometry - A
Description Graduation Requirement
Prerequisite: Algebra 1

This course teaches basic geometric concepts, and is specifically designed to prepare students in taking College Entrance Exams. Lessons include points, lines, parallel lines, angles, triangles, circles, polygons, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, right angles, circles, arcs & chords, tangents, along with pyramids and cones.

Unit 1: Euclidean and Constructin Tools
Unit 2: Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
Unit 3: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Unit 4: Triangle Congruence
Unit 5: Properties and Attributes of Triangles
Unit 6: Polygons and Quadrilaterals

Materials Required:
Calculator, Protractor, Compass
Math Notebook (Graph paper)

Holt, McDougall Geometry online edition provided
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MATH 201 GEOM - Geometry - A (MVCA)
Description
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MATH 202 GEOM - Geometry - B
Description Graduation Requirement
Prerequisite: Algebra 1

This course teaches basic geometric concepts, and is specifically designed to prepare students for taking College Entrance Exams. Lessons include points, lines, parallel lines, angles, triangles, circles, polygons, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, right angles, circles, arcs & chords, tangents, along with pyramids and cones.

Unit 7: Similarity Unit 8: Right Triangles and Trigonometry Unit 9: Extending Perimeter, Circumference, and Area Unit 10: Spatial Reasoning Unit 11: Circles Unit 12: Extending Transformational Geometry

Materials Required:
Calculator, Protractor, Compass
Math Notebook (Graph paper)

Holt, McDougall Geometry online edition provided
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MATH 301 ALG2 - Algebra 2 - A (MVCA)
Description
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MATH 302 ALG2 - Algebra 2 - B
Description Math Elective
Prerequisite Algebra 2-A
This Algebra 2 course allows students to acquire the skills needed to understand additional algebraic functions.

Unit 7: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Unit 8: Rational and Radical Functions
Unit 9: Properties and Attributes of Functions
Unit 10: Conic Sections
Unit 11: Probability and Statistics
Unit 12: Sequences and Series
Unit 13: Trigonometric Functions
Unit 14: Trigonometric Graphs and Identities
Unit 15: Math Projects
Semester Exam

Materials Required:
TI-83 or TI-84 calculator
Math Notebook (Graph paper)

Holt, McDougall Algebra 2 online edition provided
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MATH 401 FIN - Financial Math 1
Description Grade 12 Requirement
Financial Math 1 is an upper level math course designed to provide students with “real-life” math situations. We will work to develop problem solving and refine the math skills necessary for each situation. Concepts that will be covered will include: bargains/shopping, banking, paystubs, budgeting, savings, basic economics and a discussion of how to avoid ‘financial bondage’. Students will learn to make wise financial decisions with honesty and integrity based on God’s Word.

Unit 01:  What is Money?
Unit 02:  Bargains & Shopping
Unit 03:  Budgeting
Unit 04:  Banking
Unit 05:  Banking Simulation
Unit 06:  Payroll
Unit 07:  Savings

Materials Required
The Complete Guide to Managing Your Money by Larry Burkett
*Available in the Eagle Hall Online Library*

Calculator

Curriculum developed by Eagle Christian School
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SRVY ALG1 YR1A - Survey of Algebra 1 - Yr1A (MVCA)
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SRVY ALG1 YR2A - Survey of Algebra 1 - Yr2A
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