## Math Classes at the Memphis Homeschool Tutorial

*Junior High*

Tutor: Bethany Henry

This course is designed to prepare sixth and seventh grade students for Pre-algebra. Topics covered will include operations with whole numbers, using variables, decimals, geometric figures, area and volume, fractions, percents, integers, and basics of probability . Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to advance to pre-algebra

Cost: $400 ( 100/150 /150)

Textbook: Mathematics: Structure and Method, Course 1 by Mary P. Dolciani (1992)

Other Supplies:

1 1” 3-ring binder with at least 5 tab dividers, notebook paper, and graph paper

Ruler with centimeters (6 or 12”)

Compass

Protractor

Pencils and erasers

Books may be purchased from the source of your choosing. The instructor has a limited number of textbooks available to rent.

**NEW Math Fundamentals (6th - 7th Grades)**This course is designed to prepare sixth and seventh grade students for Pre-algebra. Topics covered will include operations with whole numbers, using variables, decimals, geometric figures, area and volume, fractions, percents, integers, and basics of probability . Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to advance to pre-algebra

Cost: $400 ( 100/150 /150)

Textbook: Mathematics: Structure and Method, Course 1 by Mary P. Dolciani (1992)

Other Supplies:

1 1” 3-ring binder with at least 5 tab dividers, notebook paper, and graph paper

Ruler with centimeters (6 or 12”)

Compass

Protractor

Pencils and erasers

Books may be purchased from the source of your choosing. The instructor has a limited number of textbooks available to rent.

Tutor: Bethany Henry

This course is designed to prepare Junior high students for Algebra I. Topics covered will include integers, expressions, basic equations and inequalities, number theory, rational numbers (including fractions and decimals), percents, relations and functions, probability, radicals, fundamentals of geometry, and an intro to polynomials. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to advance to Algebra I.

$550 ($100 / $225 / $225)

102 hours classes instruction

Refer to Mrs. Henry's supply list

**NEW Pre-Algebra (7th - 8th Grade)**This course is designed to prepare Junior high students for Algebra I. Topics covered will include integers, expressions, basic equations and inequalities, number theory, rational numbers (including fractions and decimals), percents, relations and functions, probability, radicals, fundamentals of geometry, and an intro to polynomials. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to advance to Algebra I.

$550 ($100 / $225 / $225)

102 hours classes instruction

Refer to Mrs. Henry's supply list

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*High School*

Tutor: Bethany Henry

This course is designed for students who have completed pre-algebra and will provide the first high school math credit. Topics covered will include working with real numbers, solving equations and problems, polynomials, factoring, fractions, linear equations, inequalities, introduction to functions, and rational and irrational numbers. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to advance to either geometry or Algebra II.

$550 ($100 / $225 / $225)

102 hours classroom instruction

Refer to Mrs. Henry's Supply List

**Algebra I (8th - 9th Grade)**This course is designed for students who have completed pre-algebra and will provide the first high school math credit. Topics covered will include working with real numbers, solving equations and problems, polynomials, factoring, fractions, linear equations, inequalities, introduction to functions, and rational and irrational numbers. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to advance to either geometry or Algebra II.

$550 ($100 / $225 / $225)

102 hours classroom instruction

Refer to Mrs. Henry's Supply List

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Tutor: Amy Woodard

Students will learn how the logical observation and analysis of spatial relationships leads to the creation and application of geometric theorems and proofs. The historical origins and real-world application of geometry will be discussed.

$600 ($100/$250/$250)

119 hours of classroom instruction

Three-ring binder, 1.5" or more

Dividers for binder

Lined paper and graph paper

Colored pens (not black)

Graphing calculator (TI-84 models strongly recommended, also required for chemistry)

Protractor, Ruler, and (Drafting) Compass

**NEW Geometry (9th - 10th Grades)**Students will learn how the logical observation and analysis of spatial relationships leads to the creation and application of geometric theorems and proofs. The historical origins and real-world application of geometry will be discussed.

**Prerequisites:**Upper grades math placement exam AND successful completion of Algebra 1.$600 ($100/$250/$250)

119 hours of classroom instruction

__Geometry__by McDougall Litell Publishing (2000 edition); ISBN 0395977274Three-ring binder, 1.5" or more

Dividers for binder

Lined paper and graph paper

Colored pens (not black)

Graphing calculator (TI-84 models strongly recommended, also required for chemistry)

Protractor, Ruler, and (Drafting) Compass

Tutor: Amy Woodard

Students will learn how to interpret, analyze, and solve advanced algebra problems. Topics include complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequence and series, and conic sections. This will, in turn, strengthen their ability to evaluate algebra verbally, numerically, analytically, and graphically (VNAG).

$600 ($100/$250/$250)

119 hours of classroom instruction

Three-ring binder, 1.5" or more

Dividers for binder

Lined paper and graph paper

Colored pens (not black)

Ruler

Graphing calculator (TI-84 model is strongly recommended, also required for Chemistry)

**NEW Algebra II (10th - 12th Grades)**Students will learn how to interpret, analyze, and solve advanced algebra problems. Topics include complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequence and series, and conic sections. This will, in turn, strengthen their ability to evaluate algebra verbally, numerically, analytically, and graphically (VNAG).

**Prerequisites:**Upper grades math placement exam AND successful completion of Geometry.$600 ($100/$250/$250)

119 hours of classroom instruction

__Algebra and Trigonometry: Structure and Method Book 2__by McDougall Litell Publishing (1999 edition); ISBN 0395977258Three-ring binder, 1.5" or more

Dividers for binder

Lined paper and graph paper

Colored pens (not black)

Ruler

Graphing calculator (TI-84 model is strongly recommended, also required for Chemistry)