You want to be able to "hit the deck running" when you go into your algebra class this coming fall. You want to be fully prepared from the first day.
Here is a set of review tutorials that review everything your teacher will expect you to know when you enter the classroom on the first day. Each tutorial covers a key topic that you should have learned in middle-school math and then goes just a little bit deeper.
I wrote these seven lessons a number of years ago, because every year my students were entering class less than well prepared. Ever since I began having my students complete these tutorials during the summer, my classes have been better prepared at the start of school, and we have been able to get off to a faster start. These lessons can help you in the same way.
Read each lesson carefully and pay attention to the examples. At the end of the lesson there is a little 10 question quiz you can take to check your understanding.
I hope you find these useful.
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I have had a rewarding and complete classroom career teaching and coaching mathematics.
Variable Thinking is my way of sharing some of my ideas, tips, and savvy about education and student success with you.
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