
Algebra 1Course Description:Challenging students’ mastery of learned algebraic skills, Algebra A & B provides indepth coverage of writing, solving, and graphing a variety of equations and inequalities, as well as linear systems. Interactive activities provide students with opportunities to explore and discover algebraic principles on their own, and will encourage the application of learned skills to real world problems. Students will use the properties of real numbers to explore relevant, projectbased learning activities that will provide a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
Algebra 1ACourse Number: ROMA2003A.E2020Length: 1 semester (0.5 credits)Total Course Cost: $150.00 (Tuition Value: $70.00 + Teacher Fee: $80.00)
Instructor: Gerald Scarzella, BlendedUnits: Variable and Expressions
 The Real Number System
 Laws of Exponents
 OneVariable Equations
 Radical Expressions
 MultiStep Equations
 OneVariable Inequalities
 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
 Represent Relationships
 Linear Relationships
 Write Linear Equations
 Linear Systems
 Cumulative Exam
Algebra 1BCourse Number: ROMA2003B.E2020Length: 1 semester (0.5 credits)Total Course Cost: $150.00 (Tuition Value: $70.00 + Teacher Fee: $80.00)Instructor: David MitchelUnits: Statistics
 Probability
 Polynomial Operations
 Factor Polynomials
 Rational Expressions
 Quadratic Functions
 Quadratic Equations
 Number Patterns and Exponential Functions
 Functions and Transformations
 Cumulative Exam