Algebra 1 (Semester 1): A High School Curriculum
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Algebra 1 (Semester 1): A High School Curriculum

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Created by Matt Gromlich
Last updated 5/2017
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  • 8 hours on-demand video
  • 103 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Accurately identify, add, subtract, multiply, and divide real numbers
  • Convert between fractions, decimals, and percents
  • Understand exponents, bases, and powers
  • Convert to and from scientific notation
  • Identify variables
  • Combine like terms
  • Solve equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • Solve multi-step equations
  • Solve equations with variables on both sides
  • Solve equations using the distributive property
  • Solve fraction and decimal equations
  • Add and subtract matrices
  • Multiply a scalar quantity through a matrix
  • Identify and use the associative, commutative, distributive, identity, inverse, and zero properties
  • Find the perimeter of squares, rectangles, and triangles
  • Find the area of squares, rectangles, and triangles
  • Calculate simple interest using the simple interest formula
  • Convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit
  • Find distance, rate, and time using the provided formula
  • Re-write equations with variables
  • Use ratios, rates, and proportions to solve equations
  • Identify direct and inverse variation problems
  • Understand measures of central tendency
  • Create and analyze box-and-whisker plots
  • Describe the difference between theoretical and experimental probability
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This course is an intricately-designed, complete Algebra 1 Semester 1 curriculum.  It incorporates all aspects of a traditional Algebra 1 first semester course and also includes a unit on basic statistics and probability.  

There are 9 units in this course (listed below), which cover one semester of Algebra 1. 10 more units are provided in the Algebra 1 Semester 2 course (purchased separately) for a total of 19 units. 

While this course was designed to cater to high school Algebra 1 students, adult education learners who are studying for High School Equivalency exams can also benefit from the information provided in this course.

Similarly, teachers who would like supplemental material for their Algebra 1 classroom should take this course. If you are a teacher, feel free to download and use these PDFs in your own classrooms.

The units provided in this course are as follows:

1.) Real Numbers

2.) Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

3.) Algebra Basics

4.) Matrices

5.) Properties

6.) Solving Equations

7.) Formulas

8.) Ratios, Rates, and Proportions

9.) Statistics and Probability

Who is the target audience?
  • Students should take this course if they have already taken a Pre-Algebra or 8th grade mathematics course
  • Algebra 1 teachers who would like supplemental material should take this course
  • Adult Education students who are studying for the HSE/GED/HiSET/TASC should take this course
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Curriculum For This Course
49 Lectures
Introduction to the Course
1 Lecture 09:30
Unit 1: Real Numbers
6 Lectures 01:16:23

Lesson 2: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers

Lesson 3: The Number Line

Lesson 4: Subtracting on the Number Line

Lesson 5: Subtracting Negative Numbers

Lesson 6: Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers
Unit 2: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
4 Lectures 45:31

Lesson 2: Mixed Numbers

Lesson 3: Decimals

Lesson 4: Percents
Unit 3: Algebra Basics
5 Lectures 44:50
Lesson 1: Exponents and Powers

Lesson 2: Scientific Notation

Lesson 3: Order of Operations

Lesson 4: Variables

Lesson 5: Evaluating Expressions
Unit 4: Matrices
3 Lectures 39:08

Lesson 2: Scalar Multiplication of Matrices

Lesson 3: Real-World Matrices
Unit 5: Properties
5 Lectures 43:30

Lesson 2: The Commutative Property

Lesson 3: The Distributive Property

Lesson 4: Identity and Inverse Properties

Lesson 5: Zero Properties
Unit 6: Solving Equations
6 Lectures 54:21

Lesson 2: Solving Equations with Multiplication and Division

Lesson 3: Solving Two-Step Equations

Lesson 4: Solving Equations Using the Distributive Property

Lesson 5: Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

Lesson 6: Solving Fraction and Decimal Equations
Unit 7: Ratios, Rates, and Proportions
5 Lectures 37:20
Lesson 1: Ratios

Lesson 2: Rates

Lesson 3: Proportions

Lesson 4: The Percent Proportion

Lesson 5: Direct and Inverse Variation
Unit 8: Formulas
7 Lectures 01:01:55
Lesson 1: Perimeter of Squares, Rectangles, and Triangles

Lesson 2: Area of Squares, Rectangles, and Triangles

Lesson 3: The Simple Interest Formula

Lesson 4: Celsius and Fahrenheit

Lesson 5: Distance, Rate, and Time

Lesson 6: Rearranging Formulas

Lesson 7: The Percent Equation
Unit 9: Statistics and Probability
6 Lectures 01:03:09
Lesson 1: Measures of Central Tendency

Lesson 2: Box-And-Whisker Plots

Lesson 3: Using Box-And-Whisker Plots

Lesson 4: Theoretical Probability

Lesson 5: Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability

Lesson 6: Odds
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About the Instructor
Matt Gromlich
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I am a High School Math and High School Equivalency teacher in Las Vegas, Nevada. I just finished my 4th year of teaching. My background is in math and science (B.S. in Science and Math Education, M.Ed. in Agriculture Education from North Carolina State University). I recently started a Ph.D. program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Math Education.