Algebra 2 Honors EVP (MATH350e)
1.0 (yearlong course)
Algebra 1 (MATH100) A grade of an 85% or higher in the subject area course taken the previous year.
This course begins with a review of key Algebra 1 topics such as solving equations and inequalities, graphing linear equations and solving linear systems of equations. The course then transitions into covering matrices, quadratics, conic sections, polynomials, radical equations, exponential and logarithmic equations, sequences & series, and rational equations. This course also includes a unit on trigonometry and probability.
Students will be guided in their learning through written material, videos, and web-based activities and assessments.
The honors track includes a deeper focus on critical thinking and analytical skills by providing students with more challenging problems and assignments. These elements will prepare students to be successful in future upper-level and AP® courses.
The recommended sequence for students wishing to pursue advanced math classes: MATH150, MATH250, MATH350, MATH450, followed by their choice of MATH500, MATH510, or MATH520.
Students need access to a scanner or digital camera (phone is fine) in order to submit work for the teacher to review. Students will also need a TI-84 graphing calculator for this course.
*As part of the EVP program, this course will have a live class requirement once a week at a set time; please see the website for time choices. This live class will include teaching, discussion with classmates from around the world, demonstrations, questions and answers, and other aspects of a live classroom. Students will have weekly due dates and stay on a traditional coursework schedule.
Semester 1: August 30 – January 23
Fall Break: November 22 – 26
Christmas Break: December 20 – January 2
Semester 2: January 24 – June 5
Spring Break: April 11 – April 15
Times: Tuesday 7:00 AM or
Tuesday 1:00 (full) PM US Central Time
There is a mathematical description for everything that happens around us, from the patterns of the tide to why squirrels run in front of cars. In this course, we will be exploring how God uses math to describe His moral character to us. Some of the concepts that we will be exploring include transformations, exponentials and logarithms, introductory statiatics, and introductory calculus. We will also be working on building mathematical communication skills that will help you when connecting with others at a STEM based level.
If there are books and materials for this course, they can be purchased from our Online Bookstore.
I really liked the set up and it was super easy to follow.
The videos helped me a lot!
I love this class!