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Algebra 2 CR

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Description:

Algebra 2 covers those topics common to most traditional Algebra 2 courses but also incorporates topics including trigonometry, statistics, and pre-calculus readiness. Applications within the areas of physics, chemistry, set theory, and probability as well as graphing calculators are also woven into the course. The interactive textbook on CD and the regular text with digital access both include video tutorials to accompany each lesson. Technology and graphing calculators are used extensively in this course to reinforce the concepts covered. All students must possess a TI-83, TI-84, or TI-89 graphing calculator.

Special Notes

Access to a scanner or digital camera is highly recommended for this course as students will be required to submit work on multiple assignments throughout the semester/year.

Credit recovery courses are only available to students who provide evidence of failing a course at NSA or any other school. Credit recovery courses cannot be taken for credit if evidence of previous failure of the course is not provided to the NSA office during the registration/enrollment process.

From the Teacher

Have you taken Algebra 2 before but did not do so well that first time through? Are you in need of recovering a missing Algebra 2 credit but do not have the time to devote a whole other year to the course? Then our Algebra 2 Credit Recovery course may be the course for you. This course is a fast paced course. Instead of following the traditional 18 week course path, this course is more condensed allowing students to test out of concepts that they have already mastered so that they can spend time focusing on the concepts that they did not master the first time they took Algebra 2. Guided by a caring and certified math teacher, students are expected to complete our credit recovery courses in 8 weeks or less, making these the perfect courses for recovering missing credits in order to graduate.