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High School Algebra II Online Curriculum

High School Algebra II Online Curriculum

11th graders take this course, and it requires some Algebra I skills. So, it is safe to say Algebra I is a prerequisite to Algebra II. Some of the skills that will be reinforced in this course are trigonometry, graphing of functions, inequalities, and the relationship between quantities.

Any student that takes Algebra II will be drilled on polynomials, periodic phenomena, data collections & analysis, functions, mathematical modeling, exponents & logarithms, and statistics & probability.

This page gives you all the necessary information on the course, the topics covered in it, and why Let’s Read English’s curriculum is your best choice.

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How to Teach Algebra II

We understand that algebra can be a challenging course to teach for parents. That’s why we have provided several resources to ease things. To teach algebra, you can follow the steps below to make it easier for you and fun for your children.

  • Begin by teaching your child how to memorize equations, study processes, and verify answers.
  • The lessons should be on a schedule that is convenient for both of you.
  • In algebra, topics dovetail into one another, so you may want to follow the recommended lesson sequence.
  • Celebrate your child’s every minor achievement in the course.
  • Allow students to retake quizzes, tests, and lessons until they master the concepts.
  • Discuss with other parents to share opinions, seek advice, or find tutors.
  • Since algebra topics are interrelated, it is important to find your child’s knowledge gaps and fill them.
  • Apart from texts, give lessons in other formats like playing lesson videos and using other materials.
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Learning Objectives for Algebra II

Every course has its objectives, and algebra is not an exception. Here are the objectives of Algebra II:

  • The analysis of function rule and its relationship with graphing.
  • The comparisons of the values of cosine, tangent, and sine.
  • The determination of the factors and roots of polynomials.
  • How to evaluate the quotient, product, difference, and sum of functions.
  • How to convert logarithmic forms to exponential forms.
  • How to determine the type and number of roots of a quadratic equation.

Why Choose Let’s Read English’s Algebra II Online School Curriculum?

Let’s Read English uses various teaching techniques and materials to make the course interesting and engaging. We make use of instructional videos, projects, and multimedia lessons to teach our students.

Your child will learn matrices, statistics, probability, equations, functions, and other algebraic concepts. While many parents prefer their children to take this course as a full-year program, others will use it as a supplement.

These are some of the reasons why your child is better off with Let’s Read English’s curriculum:

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As a Full Curriculum

As a Supplement

  • We offer our students a note-taking guide.
  • Let’s Read English has made provisions to support different types of learners.
  • Over 9 chapters with over 300 activities.
  • Organizing  online school portfolios has been made easy by the automated grading system.
  • The recordkeeping and planning tools make planning fun for parents.
  • We apply algebraic concepts to real-world problems.
  • Let’s Read English has provided statistical tables, calculators, and other guides for students.
  • The platform allows students to retake quizzes, tests, and lessons until they understand the concepts perfectly.
  • As an afterschool supplement, the online course can be structured for short learning.
  • The course is available 24/7.
  • Parents can quit anytime. No contract is involved.
  • Lessons begin with guiding questions.
  • Our flexible and adaptive program can be used as a summer course.
  • Students can take every lesson or skip some to focus on the ones they’re interested in.
  • The course offers a lot of simulations to keep students engaged and aid understanding.