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Algebra II

Dana Geerts

Grade Level: 9th-12th

Prerequisites: Algebra I and Placement Test

Class Size: Minimum 5/ Maximum 15 students

Supplies: Abeka Algebra 2 Student Textbook Abeka #19771806; Student Quiz/Test Book Abeka #19774201                                                                         Abeka’s Algebra 2 curriculum builds upon the concepts introduced in Algebra 1; students will study linear equations, linear inequalities, polynomials, probability, and statistics in greater depth; they’ll also learn about exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, and trigonometric equations and identities – introducing them to pre-calculus and trigonometry. Real-world applications in word problems emphasize the practicality of algebra while the Christian emphasis highlights the orderly design of the universe as seen through mathematical laws. Lessons explain the basic concept and integrate multiple step-by-step examples so students can see how problems should be worked; practice and review exercises provide hands-on opportunities to solve problems by applying new concepts and skills. Chapter and semester reviews are provided along with a final review that covers all chapters and a word problem review that covers most chapters.


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I have four grown children whom I home educated for over 20 years. My sister and I opened a homeschool resource center, bookstore, and co-op for homeschooling families in the Northeast Texas area in 2006. During this time, we served hundreds of families and hosted seminars to guide and encourage families through all the homeschool years with additional assistance for high school students and their parents with college and career preparation and counseling. Currently, I am a College and Career Counselor for a small, private Christian school. I am completing my fifth year in this position and completed my Guidance Counselor Certification in May 2021. I thoroughly enjoy meeting with students and parents and guiding them towards discovery of their unique callings, gifts, talents, aptitudes and skills that inform their future college and career decisions.

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