Overview - PRE-ALGEBRA 2 - GEOMETRY STUDENT TEXT 2
The pacing is slower, but the scope and sequence of the course remains the same as a regular pre-algebra course.
Pre-Algebra Curriculum is divided into two semesters to teach a full year‘s curriculum of pre-algebra. Written for middle school and high school students with learning differences, the content‘s reading level has been kept at 3.0–5.0 without sacrificing solid mathematics content.
Mathematics vocabulary essential to problem solving is defined and set in bold type in the student text. The complete curriculum includes three student texts per semester (for a total of six) and one teacher binder per semester.
STUDENT TEXTS Student texts include both easy-to-read lessons and pages for reinforcement. Each lesson is typically contained within two pages, and two worksheets follow the lesson. Extra practice sheets are included at the end of each student text. Students have the opportunity to learn, practice, and then review essential skills using multiple worksheets. Problems can be worked directly in the student text, which eliminates the need to transfer information. Word problems that focus on “real-world” skills are provided on most sheets.
• Numbers & Number Sense
• Estimation, Algebra & Patterns
• Measurement & Introduction to Geometry
• Data Analysis & Statistics
TEACHER BINDER Each teacher binder complements the student texts, with identical lessons and at least one worksheet per lesson. Tips and guides are included to help the teacher instruct in the most efficient and understandable way. Each unit provides quizzes and tests to help assess mastery of skills. The answer key for each lesson, quiz, test, and student text practice sheet is provided at the end of each unit.
STANDARDS Pre-Algebra Curriculum has been carefully written to comply with
the national standards and objectives. These standards help prepare students for standardized tests. The program can be used in self-contained and inclusive settings.