# Online Algebra Lessons

### Study at their own level and pace

**Time4Learning combines pre-algebra and algebra into a sequence that starts with algebra basics and proceeds through algebra 1.** The online algebra program has visual and multimedia lessons followed by interactive algebra problems with conceptual explanations, printable algebra worksheets for reinforcement, and assessments to assure progress.

**Time4Learning is a new approach to home education**. Our online algebra course can open doors in a way that textbooks can’t, by creating an interactive learning experience that brings algebra concepts to life.

The algebra lessons are perfect for students that want an interactive visual approach to learning. **Time4Learning can even help students conquer math anxiety!**

**Time4Learning offers algebra by request, at no additional charge.** Have a look at the algebra lesson plans or try one of the math demos, below.

### A Complete Algebra Course – Algebra Activities, Problems, Equations, and yes… Algebra Tests

Each unit starts with a multimedia lesson followed by interactive exercises, supported by printable worksheets, and followed up by an online assessment with the results available to the parents. **Students can progress through lessons at their own pace.** Concepts (chapters) are broken down into bite-sized **lessons that can be repeated as many times as necessary.**

Algebra is the culmination of most elementary & middle school math programs. Typically, pre-algebra is taught to students who are strong in math in 7th grade (or even 6th) and to mainstream students in 8th or 9th grade. Algebra 1 or basic algebra follows prealgebra although sometimes, the courses are combined.

### Teaching Algebra – A Visual Approach that Works for Preparation, Reinforcement, or Remediation

The Time4Learning algebra course is sometimes used during the summer for students to review the algebra problems and concepts that they did not learn or to prepare students for algebra by giving them a first encounter with algebra problems and concepts. Many younger gifted students use Time4Learning for algebra if they wish to accelerate but want a more interactive course than using worksheets or textbooks.

Time4Learning’s algebra course combines engaging lessons with a solid algebra curriculum to ensure that a sound algebra foundation is laid.

### Algebra & Pre Algebra Course – More Curriculum Information

Time4Learning’s math sequence begins preparing students for higher level math courses starting in elementary school. By laying a progressive mathematics foundation, students arrive at 8th grade math well-prepared for the pre-algebra concepts being taught through interactive, engaging lessons. Inside the course, each unit starts with a multimedia lesson, is followed by interactive exercises, supported by printable worksheets, and followed up by an online assessment with the results available to the parents. Here are a few sample lessons.

### Algebra Lessons

Here are a few sample algebra lesson demos:

Lesson Demo | Description |
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Simplify Algebraic Expressions |
Students simplify algebraic expressions using algebra tiles. |

Data Management |
Organize data in frequency-tables, stem-and-leaf plots, bar graphs, and histograms. |

Modeling Expressions |
Students investigate representing and simplifying algebra expressions using algebra tiles. |

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### Algebra Curriculum for Home Education

Section | Description |
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Algebra: Arithmetic with Letters |
To recognize numerical and algebraic; to understand the use of variables in algebraic expressions; to understand positive and negative integers, opposites, and absolute value; to discover and use rules related to adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers; to simplify expressions with one or more variables; to read and write exponents; to use formulas with variables. |

Rules of Arithmetic |
To recognize the commutative property of addition and multiplication; to understand the associative property of addition and multiplication; to understand the distributive property and factoring; to recognize the properties of the numbers 0 and 1; to identify and use powers and roots of numbers; to discover and use the order of operations in making calculations. |

Linear Equations with One Variable |
To write and solve equations; to use formulas for perimeter and area to solve problems; to use the Pythagorean theorem to solve problems; to graph inequalities on the number line; to solve inequalities. |

Applications of Algebra |
To write an algebraic equation for a number sentence; to identify formulas to use in specific types of problems; to write problems using algebraic formulas; to solve problems by applying algebraic equations. |

Exponents of Polynomials |
To recognize and use exponents in computations; to identify the benefit of using scientific notation in some calculations; to define, name, and solve polynomials |

Factoring |
To completely factor integers; to find the greatest common factor of polynomials; to factor trinomials; to factor algebraic expressions; to identify zero as a factor; to use factoring as a means of solving equations. |

Midterm |
Midterm |

Data, Statistics and Probability |
To organize data into graphics; to read and interpret graphic representations; to determine range and measures of central tendency; to compute probabilities and complementary events involving statistics. |

Fractions and Algebra |
Fractions and Algebra |

Linear Equations and Inequalities in the Coordinate Plane |
Linear Equations and Inequalities in the Coordinate Plane |

Systems of Linear Equations |
Systems of Linear Equations |

Irrational Numbers and Radical Expressions |
Irrational Numbers and Radical Expressions |

Geometry |
Geometry |

Final Mastery Test |
Final Mastery Test |

Quadratic Equations |
Quadratic Equations |

If your child isn’t quite ready for algebra, one of our other math courses can be selected instead.

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