Honors 8th grade and Honors Algebra 1

 A Perfect Combination of Honors 8th + Honors Algebra 1 course!

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  • Start with basic topics and then takes students to much higher level to prepare them for high school math
  • After sucessful completion of this level, child is ready for Honors Geometry and/or Honors Algebra 2
Rising 7th grader can join this course if he/she passes placement test of 7A and 7B both.  Placement tests are avaialble at free of cost.  Placement Test 7A        Placement Test 7B

LOM's math is known for it's higher level of curriculum and it's methodology.

Testimonials
In general, most schools teach students “how to solve a problem”, they don’t teach students why they are doing these steps, and concepts are not always clear. I enrolled my daughter in the Algebra II because I realized she was only learning steps of solving problems, basically memorizing how to solve them without understanding concepts and without having the ability to approach a problem that she didn’t encounter before, because she was memorizing steps and not understanding concepts. This program teaches students concepts and a problem solving approach so the student will understand what to do verses just going through steps.  They teach students independent thinking and various ways of solving problems without completely depending on calculators which is heavily used in Algebra 2 classes in schools. Parent: Safa Jibrin
 “Mrs. Alpa really helped me during my Algebra 1 journey. For starters, she made the environment friendly, so I felt comfortable asking questions. If I was struggling with a concept, we reviewed it and strengthened my skills. Without her help, I don’t know if I could’ve worked through the course as fast and with a good understanding. I scored a full 100!! And I'm finished with Honors Algebra 1!!! Yah!!! Now onto Honors Geometry!!! Thank you so much for your help; I wouldn't have finished this course without you.”
Student: Anandi Durgam  

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LOM's Gradewise Honors 8A + Honors Algebra 1 Table of Contents
Module Module Title Lessons
1 Representing Function Domain and Range
2 Counting Techniques  Combinations and Permutations
3 Exponents and Scientific Notations Positive exponents and laws of exponents, Zero and Negative integer exponents, nth root of a positive exponents, Fractional exponents, Comparing exponents, Scientific Notations, Rounding Numbers to a specified number of significant figures, Estimation
4 Linear Equation in Two Variables Review of linear equations in one variable, Meaning of linear equation in two variable, Solving simultaneous linear equations in two variables using the Graphical method, Substitution method, Elimination method, Process Skills
5 Linear Inequalities Graphs of linear inequalities, Graphical solutions to systems of inequalities, Process Skills
6 Expansion and Factorization of Algebraic Expressions Product of single terms, Product of two expressions, product of algebraic expressions, Factorization by using special products of algebraic expressions
7 Quadratic Factorization and Equations Solving quadratic equations by factorization, Process skills
8 Simple Algebraic Fractions Simplifying simple algebraic fractions, Multiplication and Division of Algebraic Fractions, Addition and Subtraction of algebraic fractions, fractional equations, Finding the value of an unknown quantity in a formula, Process skills
9 Congruence and Similarity Congruent Figures and Reflections, Translations, Rotations, Combing Transformations, Similarity, Scale Factors, Enlargements
10 Parallel Lines and Angles in Triangles and Polygons Angle properties, Parallel lines and Transversals, Angle sum of a triangle, Exterior angle of a triangle, Angle properties of special quadrilaterals, Types of Polygons, Sum of interior angles of a polygon, sum of exterior angles of a polygon
LOM's Gradewise Honors 8B + Honors Algebra 1 Table of Contents
Module Module Title Lessons
11 Graphs of Linear and Quadratic Functions Idea of functions, Linear functions, Slope-Intercept Formula, Rate of change, Graphs of Quadratic Functions
12 Graphing Parallel Lines and Perpendicular Lines Parallel lines, Perpendicular lines
13 Graphs in Practical Situations Table, Charts and Graphs, Distance-Time graphs
14 Pythagorean Theorem Pythagorean Theorem, The Converse of Pythagorean Theorem, Process Skills
15 Coordinate Geometry Distance between two points, Slope of a straight line, Equation of a straight line
16 Pyramids, Cylinders, Cones and Spheres Introducing Pyramids, Nets and Surface areas of Pyramids, Volumes of Pyramids, Volume and Surface Area of a Cylinder, Introducing Cones, Net and Surface Area of Cone, Volume of a Cone, Introducing Spheres, Volume of a Sphere, Surface Area of a Sphere
17 Data Analysis Organizing Data in Frequency Tables, Bar Graphs, Histograms, Line Graphs, Scatter Plots
18 More on Quadratic Equations Solving Quadratic Equations by Factorization, Completing the Square Method, Quadratic Formula, Graphical Method, Process Skills
19 Polynomials Factorization of Special Cubics, Division of a Polynomial by an Monomial, Long Division and Synthetic Division, The Factor Theorem, Graphs of Polynomial Functions
20 Imaginary Numbers Imaginary Numbers, Complex Roots of Quadratic Functions
21 Bases Other than Ten Bases, Subscripts, Changing from a different base to base 10, Changing from base 10 to a different base
22 Graphing a Circle and an Ellipse Graphing a Circle, Graphing an Ellipse, Conic Sections
23 Graphing a Parabola and a Hyperbola Graphing a Parabola, Graphing a Hyperbola, Conic Sections

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