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Algebra I (Glencoe), Part Two
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Learn how to master the skills of Algebra I and polish your logic, critical thinking, and mathematical reasoning – and start high school math with confidence.
How to get the most out of Algebra I (Glencoe), Part Two:
First, read the course materials below before the first class meeting.
Then have a notebook ready and available for class notes each live session.
Read assignments before class meetings
Watch that week’s recording if you need to revisit information from our live session.
Do the assignments, quizzes, and any extra work assigned for that week.
Once the course is completed to the parent's and professor’s satisfaction, there is a Certificate of Completion at the end to be filled in for your records.
Special notes: This is Part Two of a 2part course. Students are welcome to join us midyear if there is an opening and they have the prerequisite. Mrs. Nardozzi provides recorded 20 to 30minute lectures in addition to the 14 live classes
Total Classes: 14Class Dates: Mondays, January 6 to April 14, 2025 (No class February 24 for midsemester break)
Starting Time: 2:30 PM Eastern (1:30 PM Central; 12:30 PM Mountain; 11:30 AM Pacific)
Duration: 55 minutesPrerequisite: Algebra I, Part One or equivalent
Suggested Grade Level: 9th grade
Suggested Credit: One full semester Math or Algebra I
Instructor: Emily Nardozzi
Course Description: Algebra 1 is a key course that sets the foundation for all future mathematics. In this course, you will learn to think more abstractly and analytically. You will write, solve, and graph linear and quadratic equations. You will learn to solve quadratic equations through factoring, completing the square, graphing or applying the quadratic formula. This course will also study monomial and polynomial expressions, inequalities, exponents, functions, rational expressions, ratios, and proportions. Algebraic skills will be applied in a wide variety of problemsolving situations.
Course Outline:
Week 1: Multiplying Monomials, Dividing Polynomials, Polynomials
Week 2: Adding/Subtracting Polynomials, Multiplying Polynomials by Monomial, Multiplying Polynomials, Special Products
Week 3: Monomials and Factoring, Factoring Using the Distributive Property
Week 4: Factoring Trinomials, Factoring the Difference of Squares, Perfect Squares and Factoring
Week 5: Graphing Quadratic Functions, Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing
Week 6: Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square, Solving Quadratic Equations by Using the Quadratic Formula
Week 7: Exponential Functions, Growth and Decay
Week 8: Simplify Radical Expressions, Operations with Radical Expressions, Radical Expressions
Week 9: The Pythagorean Theorem, The Distance Formula, Similar Triangles
Week 10: Inverse Variation, Rational Expressions, Multiply Rational Expressions
Week 11: Dividing Rational Expressions, Dividing Polynomials
Week 12: Rational Expressions with Like and Unlike Denominators
Week 13: Mixed Expressions and Complex Fractions, Rational Equations and Functions
Week 14: Review!Course Materials: Glencoe Algebra 1, ISBN13: 9780078651137 / ISBN10: 0078651131 (https://amzn.to/3puer1Y)
Homework: There will be 24 lessons per week with 1020 homework problems per lesson, 1 short quiz per week, and approximately one chapter test every other week. Expect about an hour each week outside of the classroom. Each lesson’s homework assignment should take about 20 minutes. Homework assignments should not all be done at the same time but instead should be spread out over several days.
Fee: $237 if you register on or before November 15. $257 after November 15 for all 14 live and recorded classes. (Registration closes one week before the first day of class. After that date, registrations are not guaranteed. There is a $20 surcharge for late enrollments after the course is closed.)  Course name

Algebra I (Glencoe), Part Two
 Instructor

Emily Nardozzi
 Semester

Spring 2025
 Category

Math ➤ Algebra 1
 Grade level

High School
 Course type

Live
 Price

$257
 Seats available

25 seats available
 Seats remaining

21 seats remaining
 Start time

January 6th, 2025 at 2:30 PM ET
 End time

April 14th, 2025 at 4:00 PM ET
 Access start time

December 23rd, 2024 at 12:00 AM ET
 Access end time

December 30th, 2025 at 12:00 AM ET
 Enrollment availability start time

April 23rd, 2024 at 10:06 AM ET
 Early enrollment discount ends

November 15th, 2024 at 11:59 PM ET
 Late enrollment penalty start time

December 30th, 2024 at 12:00 AM ET
 Enrollment availability end time

January 3rd, 2025 at 12:00 AM ET
 Relative due dates
Middle School Math 2
PreAlgebra
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Emily Nardozzi
About Emily Nardozzi, MEd
Emily Nardozzi received her undergraduate degree in mathematics and secondary education from Saint Mary’s College of Notre Dame in 2009. She then participated in Notre Dame’s ACE (Alliance for Catholic Education) program, earning a Masters in Education. Mrs. Nardozzi taught at St. Jude in St. Petersburg, Florida for three years and at Father Gabriel Richard High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan for three years.
Emily Nardozzi lives in Michigan with her husband and five beautiful children. She spent my childhood playing school and fell in love with math during her academic years.
When she began studying in college, her heart kept pulling me to become a math teacher. She have taught and tutored math for over 14 years. It brings her great joy to find creative ways to explain math concepts and watch the "light bulb moment" happen for her students when concepts click and make sense.
Teaching for Homeschool Connections has been a tremendous blessing, and she cherishes the ability to teach math in an atmosphere of faith and love. God is so good!
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