About This Chapter
Who's it for?
This unit of our High School Algebra Homeschool course will benefit homeschool parents by providing them with:
- New ways to teach concepts in this course
- Strategies to engage students during the learning process
- Recommended activities and discussion questions to pair with lessons
How it works:
This helpful collection of homeschool resources offers homeschool parents relevant tools to make planning lessons easy.
- Integrate these resources into your educational routine to vary instruction and engage your child.
- Reference our materials as inspiration for your lesson plans, activities, and assignments.
1. Solving One-Step Equations Lesson Plan
Solving one-step equations may sound simple, but for many students they're a challenge. Teach how words translate words into a math problem with clear steps and several examples. Finish up with an activity.
2. Graphing Linear Equations Lesson Plan
In this lesson, students will practice converting between the slope-intercept and standard forms of linear equations. Then, students will graph linear equations using two common procedures that each start with the standard form.
3. Solving Word Problems with Multiple Steps Lesson Plan
This lesson plan will help your students learn how to solve word problems with several steps. Students will watch a video lesson and work to solve word problems and justify their answers.
4. Negative Exponents Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to teach your students about negative exponents. Students will watch a video defining the term and showing how to write fractions and decimals as exponents. Plenty of guided and independent practice, along with activities and a quiz, make learning last.
5. Nonlinear Functions Lesson Plan
Teach your students about nonlinear functions with this helpful lesson plan. They will view a video lesson, take a related quiz, and take part in a fun activity that will reinforce concepts.
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Other chapters within the High School Algebra I: Homeschool Curriculum course
- High School Algebra: Solving Math Word Problems
- High School Algebra: Percent Notation
- High School Algebra: Calculations, Ratios, Percent & Proportions
- High School Algebra: Real Numbers
- High School Algebra: Exponents and Exponential Expressions
- High School Algebra: Properties of Exponents
- High School Algebra: Radical Expressions
- High School Algebra: Algebraic Expressions and Equations
- High School Algebra: Algebraic Distribution
- High School Algebra: Properties of Functions
- High School Algebra: Working With Inequalities
- High School Algebra: Linear Equations
- High School Algebra: Factoring
- High School Algebra: Quadratic Equations
- High School Algebra: Graphing and Factoring Quadratic Equations
- High School Algebra: Properties of Polynomial Functions
- High School Algebra: Rational Expressions
- High School Algebra: Matrices and Absolute Value
- High School Algebra: Data, Statistics, and Probability
- Algebra I: Homeschool Assignments & Projects