Syllabus: Algebra 302 (MTH302)
- The first part of this course will be devoted to a review of the concepts and skills learned in Algebra I. Topics will be extended to include methods of solving equations, solutions of systems of equations, inequalities, factoring polynomials, work with exponents and scientific notation, graphing, radicals, conic sections, logarithms, sequences and series, complex numbers and trigonometry.
Course Outline: Algebra 302
- Unit 1: Rational Functions and Expressions
- Unit 2: Exponential Functions
- Unit 3: Sequences and Series
- Unit 4: Logarithmic Expressions
- Unit 5: Conic Sections
- Unit 6: Data Analysis
- Solving Problems
- Number, expressions and operations
- Quadratic functions and equations
- Exponential and logarithmic functions and equations
- Additional functions and equations
- Probability, data and distributions
- Reasoning, problem solving and communication
Number/Description of Assignments, Projects, Activities, etc
- 15 assignments
- 15 quizzes
- 6 exams
- 1 pretest
- 1 posttest
- 7 discussion questions
· All course materials have been approved for district use.
Timelines & Methods for evaluating student progress
· Students are expected to log in daily and submit assignments on a weekly basis. Progress will be evaluated each month based progress towards assignment completion of assignments.
This course meets state & district graduation requirements for:
Weekly contact will be conducted through
- Weekly Assignment Feedback
- Class announcements
- Email & Messaging
- Discussion Boards (where applicable)
Assessment of Progress- Weekly & Monthly
- Students will be given a weekly assessment of progress (each Friday afternoon), as posted in the District’s LMS gradebook available to students and parents.
- Weekly Students who do not submit an assignment are expected to email or call his/her instructor.
- A monthly assessment of progress is provided in the District’s LMS gradebook.
- All students, as a condition for enrollment, agree to abide by the OnlineHS Academic Honesty policy. Failure to comply=
- First offense: Zero grade on the assignment & re-do
- Second offense: Zero grade on assignment & parent/counselor meeting
- Third offense: “F” grade in the course and on the student’s permanent transcript and inability to take OnlineHS courses in the future.
Minimum Expectation of Time
- Each student is expected to spend a MINIMUM of one hour per day or, five hours per week on their course.
- Courses are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
- Additional hours may be necessary to complete the course successfully and earn a passing grade. Importantly, more time may be required to demonstrate understanding at levels exceeding standard to earn an exemplary grade.
Beginning & End date
- OnlineHS follows the Everett Public Schools Term schedule (Fall, Spring, & Summer).
- OnlineHS courses START five days after the start of the term and END five days prior to the end of the Everett Public Schools term.
- Specific Dates are provided in the Student Learning Plan (SLP) & in the course.