Algebra 2 Review

From: $93.00 / month for 3 months

Grades: 10th–12th

Live Class: Mon 6:30–7:30 p.m. ET

Dates: Mar 29 — May 14

Course Fee: $249

Instructor: Susan Habacivch

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Course Description

 

Are you planning to take Precalculus with Statistics and want to brush up your Algebra 2 skills? In this seven-week course, Algebra 2 Review will review the major topics and strengthen the skills from Algebra 2, including functions, modeling and transformations, sequences and series, systems of equations, polynomials, exponentials, logarithms, rational exponents and roots, matrices, and basic Trigonometry.

Students will build confidence by in-class practice and refresh their comprehension of topics by watching video tutorials. Each week, pre-recorded videos are provided, followed by weekly live problem-solving sessions. No textbook is required for this course. All worksheets, activities, and solutions will be provided by the teacher.

Topics covered include the following:

  • Geometric Transformations and Matrices
  • Matrices and Systems of Equations and Inequalities
  • Trigonometry
  • The Unit Circle and Radians
  • Functions
  • Quadratics, Powers, and Roots
  • Quadratic Functions and Complex Numbers
  • Solving and Analyzing Polynomial Functions
  • Inverse and Composite Functions
  • Exponentials and Logarithms
  • Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
  • Summation Notation and the Binomial Theorem

Course Structure

This course will have daily and weekly assignments. Daily assignments will consist of watching a video, answering questions based on the video, and electronic homework quizzes of short-answer and essay questions. Weekly assignments will be a “Questions” submission indicating problems or topics where the student needs extra help. Interactive, live class sessions will reinforce concepts and go over the questions that students have submitted for that week along with in-class group practice. Two bigger evaluations will be assigned, each covering half of the course. Students will complete these evaluations in pencil, then scan, and upload for grading.

Who should enroll?

The well-prepared applicant is in grades 10-12, is familiar with and has completed an Algebra 2 course, has the maturity to diligently complete assigned homework, and will seek additional help when needed. Learning how to learn mathematics is stressed in this course, so students who are motivated to improve should apply.

Technology Requirements

  • High speed, broadband Internet
  • Sound card and microphone (for live sessions)
  • Streaming video capabilities to watch recorded lectures
  • An electronic tablet is recommended for writing on the whiteboard in class
  • A scanner or smartphone for students to scan and upload their completed work

Evaluation and Feedback

Students will be graded on notes, homework quizzes, and tests. Submitted student work will be graded and returned within one week of the due dates. Grades are perpetually available throughout the course. Outside of class times, student may contact the teacher with any questions or concerns using the Canvas messages.

Communication

Students and parents may contact me through Canvas messages on the course website. Parents are encouraged to oversee the work of their student for timeliness and completeness.

Required Texts

 

  • No text is required for this course
  • All worksheets, activities, and solutions will be provided by the teacher

1 review for Algebra 2 Review

  1. Cynthia

    Algebra II review was extremely well structured and interactive. The workload was consistent each day and was manageable to complete quickly in the morning to have the rest of the day off. I felt it gave purpose to my summer, but did not dictate my day. Mrs. Habacivch makes sure everyone grasps the concepts and worked well with the holes I had in my previous curriculum. I never thought I could enjoy a summer class, but I sure did enjoy this one!

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Instructor Bio

Susan Habacivch

Susan Habacivch earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from Washington University and a BA in French from Regis College. After working for several years in the fibers industry, she began homeschooling her four children in 2003. She has been tutoring and teaching science and mathematics in local coops since 2003 and has been teaching online since 2010.

Classes:

Pre-Algebra
Pre-Calculus with Statistics
Algebra 2
Geometry
Chemistry (live class and self-paced)
Physical Science
Intro to Chemistry (semester course)
Intro to Physics (semester course)
Geometry Intensive (live class and self-paced mini-course)
Algebra 2 Review (live class and self-paced mini-course)

Email: shabacivch@aimacademy.online

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