
PreAlgebraCourse Description:Supporting students’ needs for engaging and interactive instruction, PreAlgebra is a course that encourages students to apply previously learned skills to more advanced problems in an effort to gain mastery of algebraic concepts. This course, intended for high school students, covers familiar topics including statistical data, ratios, proportions and percents, spatial thinking, sequences and patterns, and polynomials and functions—in a more comprehensive manner that challenges students in preparation for more complex subjects.
PreAlgebra ACourse Number: ROMA09A.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
 Integers
 Equations
 Number Theory
 Rational Numbers
 Ratio, Proportion and Percent
 Equations and Inequalities
 Cumulative Exam
PreAlgebra BCourse Number: ROMA09B.E2020Length: 1 semester (0.5 credits)Total Course Cost: $150.00 (Tuition Value: $70.00 + Teacher Fee: $80.00)Instructor: Gerald Scarzella, BlendedUnits: Functions and Graphing
 Spatial Thinking
 Areas and Volume
 Right Triangles in Algebra
 Statistics
 Probability
 Sequences
 Polynomials and Nonlinear Functions
 Cumulative Exam