The sampler is comprised of 148 problems representative of 74 topics from HS primarily. They are IN THE SAME ORDER in which I teach Algebra 2B at my charter school. The course was designed and created when it became obvious that many of my students were not in any way ready for Algebra--or had failed it repeatedly. This course is the result of a lot of experimentation and thought--which is still going on (actually, though, the problems shown are just a small percentage of the problems that are actually available for the course).
The preview is confined to a randomly chosen set of problems.
[The problems in All WORKSHEETS and PREVIEWS are printed in difficulty (1 [easy], 2 [not so easy], 3 [proficiency] up to 4 [mastery]) order within a skill. The actual difficulty level appears slightly to the left of the DK box of each problem in a very small font. Also, instructional references appear on worksheets but are optional on quizzes.]
NOTE: every pair of problems is preceded by the Common Core Standard code (in green) that is applicable.
NOTE also: an attempt has been made to make this course as true as possible to classical views of what Algebra II should look like but at the same time trying to make it as attainable as possible. The fact that you can quiz students at several different difficulty levels has been very useful.
NOTE also: Depending on requests, I can offer worksheets for individual standards, skills within standards, full units that you determine--along with up to 7 unit quizzes, or full courses comprised of unit worksheets, quizzes and an optional final exam.
1. the addition of a moderate difficulty assessment (level 2) with answer key
2. the addition of a less moderate difficulty assessment (level 3) with answer key
THE IDEA BEHIND THE ASSESSMENTS IS THAT IF YOUR HS STUDENTS CANNOT PASS EITHER ONE THEN, MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, THEY COULD BENEFIT FROM THIS ENTIRE COURSE.
The units posted so far are UNIT 1: POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
(if you have a need to cover the 8th unit from the 1st semester), UNIT 2: CONIC SECTIONS
, UNIT 3: RATIONAL EXPONENTS & RADICAL EQUATIONS
, UNIT 4: EXPONENTIAL & LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS
, UNIT 5: FUNCTION OPERATIONS
and UNIT 6: RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS & EQUATIONS
You might also want to check out the the Grade 9-12 Summary
, the HS [Remedial] Algebra 1A Sampler: (textbook-less course)
, the HS [Remedial] Algebra 1B Sampler: (textbook-less course)
, the HS [Remedial] Algebra 2A Sampler: (textbook-less course)
, the HS [Remedial] Applied Math I Sampler: (textbook-less course)
, the HS [Remedial] Applied Math II Sampler: (textbook-less course)
, the HS [Remedial] Geometry A Sampler: (textbook-less course)
and the HS [Remedial] Geometry B Sampler: (textbook-less course)
for grades 9-11.
Possibly the most important of all are the 2 semesters of Pre-Algebra that I have had to concoct and hone over the last decade. So, look at the HS [Remedial] Pre-Algebra A Sampler: (textbook-less course)
and the HS [Remedial] Pre-Algebra B Sampler: (textbook-less course)