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Fundamentals of Math

Course ID: 1042

This course is designed to cement all math concepts taught in elementary and introduce new concepts that will be needed to advance in math classes in middle and high school. This is a year of several new concepts that may need extra practice but once learned, will make math much more digestible in the years to come. Practice of these new concepts is the key to understanding, every student is capable and will be given the support needed to be successful. Time requirements are varied depending on past math mastery. Students will be taught these skills and given multiple practice opportunities in and outside of class. This class will incorporate an online platform for homework that will give immediate feedback and assistance when a student may become stuck on a new concept. All lessons will be taught, practiced and assessed in small chunks in order to be clear about the students mastery and if any additional help will be needed. All tests and quizzes are to be proctored by a parent and signed by both parent and child to confirm the tests have been taken without the use of technology of any kind. All tests will be turned into me to be graded.

Resources and Materials:

  1. Glencoe Math


    — Author: Mcgraw-hill


    — Cost: 10-25


    — BE SURE TO GET THE 2016 PUBLISHED DATE.



    These books are consumable. You can purchase them through McGraw-Hill-hill or amazon. The books (2 books) for this class


    are blue.



    Course 1 Volume 1 ISBN 978-0-07-667964-5 Published 2016


    Course 1 Volume 2 ISBN 978-0-07-667971-3 Published 2016



    Email me with any questions.

  2. 2 Spiral Notebooks


    — These will be used for note taking and homework.

  3. 1- 3 inch 3 ring binder


    — This will be used to hold all worksheets, answer keys, quizzes and answer keys.

  4. graph paper( 10 sheets), pencils (4), ruler and protractor

Categories: Math
Target Levels: Grade 6; Grade 7


Tuition and Class Schedule by Academic Term:

Full Year 2024-25

  • Tuition and Fees

    • Tuition Fee: $595.00

    • Paid Security Guard Fee for Safety of Students: $25.00

    • Grading Fee: $50.00

  • Section 1: Shana Smith (ssmithcedar@gmail.com) (Open)

    • Tue 10:50 am - 12:10 PM

Topics and Objectives
1. Chapter 1 - Whole Numbers
— Understand whole numbers, ways of representing them, relationships among them, properties, and number systems
— Understand meanings of operations (add, subtract, multiply and divide) of whole numbers and how they relate to one another (compare and order)
— Compute fluently all operations, use the order of operations properly, and make reasonable estimates
2. Chapter 2 - Number Theory
— Understand what is a prime and composite number and be able to use the divisibility rules
— List all factors and multiples of numbers
— Compute the Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor using factors as prime numbers
3, Chapter 3 - Decimals
— Understand decimals, ways of representing them, and relationships among them
— Understand meanings of operations (add, subtract, multiply and divide) of decimals and how they relate to one another (compare and order)
4. Chapter 4 - Fractions
— Understand fractions, ways of representing them, relationships among them, and number systems
— Understand meanings of operations (add, subtract, multiply and divide) of fractions and how they relate to one another (compare and order)
— Apply operations of fraction to real-world math problems
5. Chapter 5 - The Rational Number System
— Determine the values of integers on a number line
— Order and compare decimals and precents
— Define, order and compare rational numbers
— Calculate the absolute value of a rational number
6. Chapter 6 - Ratios and Proportions
— Understand the relationship of and convert between ratios, rational numbers, decimals and proportions
— Apply the use of proportion to scale drawings
7. Chapter 7 - Rates and Precents
— Compare rates using the relationship of proportions to fractions/decimals
— Convert measurements of the metric unit
— Represent rates in real-world application
— Convert precents to fractions and decimals
— Using percent application, find the part, percent or whole of a real-world math problem
8. Chapter 8 - Introduction to Geometry
— Identify and define basic geometric figures
— Identify and compute angle measures based on information given
— Identify and classify various polygons and find missing sides and angles, especially when they are congruent and similar
— Compute using perimeter formulas and Pythagorean Theorem
9. Chapter 9 - Area and Volume
— Calculate the areas of various polygons and circles using a given formula sheet
— Calculate the missing sides of various polygons using a given formula sheet
— Identify and calculate the surface area and volume of 3-dimensional figures
10. Chapter 10 - Integers
— Determine opposite numbers, compare integers, and the absolute value of given integers
— Using the rules of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division provided simplify all integer problems
— Classify the types of real numbers and apply the properties of addition and multiplication
11. Chapter 11 - Expressions
— Identify variables and constants; evaluate algebraic expressions using Order of Operations
— Simplify expressions by collecting like terms and using the distributive property
— Write an algebraic given word phrases and/or sentences
12. Chapter 12 - Equations and Inequalities
— Write algebraic equations, and/or inequalities given word phrases and/or sentences
— Solve one step equations or inequalities using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
— Graphing inequalities on a number line
13. Chapter 13 - The Coordinate Plane
— Define the parts of a coordinate plane
— Determine how to read and graph an ordered pair on a coordinate plane
— Determine scale on the coordinate plane
— Determine and calculate the distance between points on a coordinate plane

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