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View312 Algebra 1A - FXFlexIDLAStandard10-12ALG10102052FX.ALG101Mathhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1i1Ss9LnIgV0zrluGHrmJ0He2SEhOIfxwsPkuldMnyW8/export?format=pdfAlgebra 1A is a course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and standards on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: This course will deepen and extend understanding of linear and exponential relationships by contrasting them with each other and by applying linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend, and students engage in methods for analyzing, solving, and using quadratic functions. The completion of this course will prepare students to continue on to the second semester of Algebra 1, and then on to Algebra 2 or Geometry. Module 1 Part 1: Pre-Algebra Review Part 2: Solving Equations and Inequalities Module 2 Part 1: Functions Part 2: Graphing Equations Module 3 Part 1: Different Equation Forms Part 2: System of Equations Module 4 Part 1: Exponents Part 2: Radicals Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): none Prerequisites (required prerequisites): PreAlgebra or Math 8 Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is no textbook required for this class. All required resources are available through the online course. Graphing calculator or graphic calculator app. options: Calculator.com Online as well as Android and iPhone apps - http://www.meta-calculator. com/online/ https://www.desmos.com/ calculator iPhone App - https://itunes.apple.com/us/ app/free-graphing-calculator/ id378009553?mt=8 http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/ nsmedia/tools/Graph_ Calculator/graphCalc.html Mathlab Android App (also available for Nook and from Amazon) - https://play.google.com/store/ apps/details?id=us.mathlab. android&hl=en Accessibility and Assistive Technology: Visit the Accessibility Tools for assistance and information on assistive technology available to you.
View313 Algebra 1B - FXFlexIDLAStandard10-12ALG10102052FX.ALG102Mathhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1LbZXcoI7-25J9OR5UMMxfuyb6fv6ihubupDBj-MF7yA/export?format=pdfFlex Course Overview: Algebra 1B is a mastery-based course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and standards on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: This course will build upon first semester Algebra by exploring statistics and polynomials and will dive deeper into quadratic functions. Students will also broaden their understanding of non-linear systems of equations and rational equations. The completion of this course will prepare students to continue on to Algebra 2 or Geometry. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Review of Semester 1 Unit 2: Descriptive Statistics Unit 3: Polynomial Expressions Unit 4: Factoring Polynomials Unit 5: Solving Quadratic Equations Unit 6: Graphing Quadratic Functions Unit 7: Non-Linear Systems of Equations Unit 8: Rational Expressions and Equations Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): none Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Completion of Algebra 1A or the first semester of Algebra 1. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: Graphing calculator or graphic calculator app. options: Calculator.com Online as well as Android and iPhone apps - http://www.meta-calculator. com/online/ https://www.desmos.com/ calculator iPhone App - https://itunes.apple.com/us/ app/free-graphing-calculator/ id378009553?mt=8 http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/ nsmedia/tools/Graph_ Calculator/graphCalc.html Mathlab Android App (also available for Nook and from Amazon) - https://play.google.com/store/ apps/details?id=us.mathlab. android&hl=en Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View314 Algebra 2A - FXFlexIDLAStandard8-10ALG20102056FX.ALG201Mathhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1YAeizLY2C9Eeg6P1I0qw5AszayfMfTE_Av1Q3ofkpaE/export?format=pdfFlex Course Overview: Algebra 2A is a course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and objectives on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: This course will build on student’s knowledge of linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, with extensions on polynomials, rational, and radical functions. Students will work with the expressions that define the functions and continue to expand their abilities to model situations and solve equations, which include quadratic equations over the set of complex numbers and solving exponential equations using the properties of logarithms. This course aligns to the Idaho Core Math Standards. Module 1 Part 1: Equations and Inequalities Review Part 2: Linear Functions and Inequalities Module 2 Part 1: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Part 2: Operations with Polynomials Module 3 Part 1: Complex Numbers Part 2: Quadratic Functions Module 4 Part 1: Graphing Polynomial Functions Part 2: Other Functions Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): none Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Completion of Algebra 1A. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is no textbook required for this class. All required resources are available through the online course. Graphing Calculator Graph Paper Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View315 Algebra 2B - FXFlexIDLAStandard11-14ALG20102056FX.ALG202Mathhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1Jc5WXWpjHlRpGxilqfB_GKRoq2noELQBRDyilq9tLSc/export?format=pdfFlex Course Overview: Algebra 2B is a course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and objectives on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: This is the second semester of a two semester course. This course will build on student’s knowledge exponential functions, with extensions on polynomials, rational, and radical functions. Students will work with the expressions that define the functions and continue to expand their abilities to model situations and solve equations, which include solving exponential equations using the properties of logarithms. Students will also work with inferences and conclusions of data. This course aligns to the Idaho Core State Standards. Module 1 Part 1: Review of Algebra 2A Part 2: Exponential Functions Module 2 Part 1: Log Functions Part 2: Rational Functions Module 3 Part 1: Radical Functions Part 2: Mathematical Modeling Module 4 Part 1: Trigonometric Functions Part 2: Inferences and Conclusions from Data Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): This class should NOT be taken concurrently with Algebra 2A. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Algebra 1, Algebra 2A Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: Graphing Calculator Graph paper: http://www.printfreegraphpaper.com/ Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View354 American Government A - FXFlexIDLAStandard10-13GOV40104151FX.GOV401Social Studieshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/14T5lXvRhQJQXarrWO1VF3dd8CLx1XYF6AD7A49d5R5I/export?format=pdfFlex Course Overview: American Government A is a course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and objectives on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: Welcome to American Government A! This course will meet the Idaho Standards for Government, 1st semester. This course will help you meet your credit for American Government, required for graduation in Idaho. We will study forms of government and government theory, basics of the U.S. Constitution and American democracy, political parties and the electoral process, and the legislative branch. You will be challenged as you enjoy learning about our government and democracy. Module 1 Part 1: Government in America Part 2: The Constitution Module 2 Part 1: Federalism Part 2: Public Opinion and Mass Media Module 3 Part 1: Political Parties Part 2: Voting and Elections Module 4 Part 1: Interest Groups Part 2: The Legislative Branch Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): none Prerequisites (required prerequisites): none Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is no textbook required for this class. All required resources are available through the online course. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View376 American Government B - FXFlexIDLAStandard11-13GOV40104151FX.GOV402Social Studieshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/11YKL_FTMZ_AGRillktHSO0LCmYa0Ut46dYTS73RG8P8/export?format=pdfAmerican Government B is a mastery-based course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and standards on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: Welcome to Government B! This course is the second semester of American Government required by the Idaho State Standards. We will learn more about the other two branches of government--the Executive and the Judicial. You will get to learn more about the federal and state government as we examine the many jobs of the president and the bureaucracy that affects our daily lives. We will also examine some of the many domestic and foreign policy matters that involve American citizens and foreign countries. The U.S. Court system helps us settle disputes and we will look at some of the landmark decisions that affect us all. The final section compares our government to other nations to see some of the differences in the rights of citizens and the different types of governments. Welcome aboard; let's get underway on our adventure in government! Module Titles: Module 1 Part A: The Executive Branch Part 1 Module 1 Part B: The Executive Branch Part 2 Module 2 Part A: The Judicial Branch Part 1 Module 3 Part B: The Judicial Branch Part 2 Module 3 Part A: Civil Liberties Module 4 Part B: Civil Rights Module 4 Part A: State and Local Government Module 4 Part B: Bureaucracy Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): none Prerequisites (required prerequisites): none Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is no textbook required for this class. All required resources are available through the online course. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View275 Biology A - FXFlexIDLAStandard10-13BIO20103051FX.BIO201Sciencehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1OxDbcOmlurW8rVpQIyN8K5qYPO82zSVPVMjYv4TF040/export?format=pdfFlex Course Overview: Biology A is a course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and objectives on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: You will work through coursework, labs, and activities covering the scientific method, organic compounds, cell structure, genetics, biotechnology, and biological change. This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement by the State of Idaho. One year of high school science is a prerequisite. Module 1 Part 1: The Study of Life Part 2: The Scientific Method Module 2 Part 1: Cells, The Smallest Units of Life Part 2: Biochemistry and Cell Cycles Module 3 Part 1: Photosynthesis: Energy for Life Part 2: Ecology-Biomes, Ecosystems, and Living Things Module 4 Part 1: DNA and Genetic Mutations Part 2: Genetics and Heredity Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): none. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): One year of high school science is a prerequisite. This course satisfies the state requirement for credit in a lab science. Compatibility: This course is Windows, Chromebook, and Mac compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: A binder to keep basic materials; texts are provided online. Each unit includes experiments, kitchen labs (activities you can carry out with household materials), and/or online manipulations and virtual labs. Instructions and lists of supplies can be found in each unit. Download the full Lab Materials List here. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View276 Biology B - FXFlexIDLAStandard10-13BIO20103051FX.BIO202Sciencehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1SE3b7K-CJ1wMd240YU96PmsqXpKFwbpgY1jaV5CQmS0/export?format=pdfFlex Course Overview: Biology B is a course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and objectives on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: You will build on the concepts you learned in Biology A. You will investigate the theories of Natural Selection and Adaptation, and see how the activities of humans can impact the amazing biodiversity of the Earth. You will go step by step through Geologic Time, and the Kingdoms of living organisms as they are classified in Taxonomy. Finally, you will investigate the human body, perhaps the most complex of all living things on the Earth. What organs and organ systems make up the body; how do they function? This course will help you discover the answers. This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement by the State of Idaho. Module 1 Part 1: Evolution and Natural Selection Part 2: Taxonomy Module 2 Part 1: Bacteria, Viruses, and Protists Part 2: The Kingdom Plantae and Fungi Module 3 Part 1: Kingdom Animalia - 8 Invertebrates Part 2: Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata: Vertebrates Module 4 Part 1: The Human Body-Cells, Tissues, and Organs Part 2: The Human Body-Organ System Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): Student should have completed at least one year of high school science before beginning this biology course. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Biology A Compatibility: This course is NOT Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: A binder to keep basic materials; texts are provided online. Each unit includes experiments, kitchen labs (activities you can carry out with household materials), and/or online manipulations and virtual labs. Instructions and lists of supplies can be found in each unit. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View384 Career Math A - FXFlexIDLAStandard9-12MATH30102151FX.MATH301Mathhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/18nZbpC_ONH2f90clu0pt4L7IoCAjvorhu0UJAPqV-SI/export?format=pdfCareer Math A is a mastery-based course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and standards on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: In this third-year level Career Math A course, you will cover topics that will help you become familiar with math used in careers. Students will review and master topics from whole numbers, fractions and decimals, real numbers, measurement, rates and ratios, geometry and statistics. They will discuss and complete small projects that involve the topics listed above as they relate to different careers. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Whole Numbers Unit 2: Fractions & Mixed Numbers Unit 3: Decimals Unit 4: Ratios, Rates, Proportions, and Percent Unit 5: Measurement Unit 6: Real Numbers Unit 7: Geometry Unit 8: Concepts in Statistics Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): Algebra and Geometry Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Algebra and Geometry Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is no textbook required for this class. All required resources are available through the online course. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View385 Career Math B - FXFlexIDLAStandard9-12MATH30202151FX.MATH302Mathhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/10a8nHD9c6mvkOEnM8wimdle0xrlqePtzotLs2grGc80/export?format=pdfCareer Math B is a mastery-based course designed with the flexibility to help students complete their coursework at their own pace and schedule. Students may bypass portions of module content and assignments by showing mastery of materials and standards on each module pretest. This course is divided into four modules with a pre-test, course work (including computer and teacher graded assignments), a project or discussion based assessment (a meeting with your teacher), and a module exam. Based on how well you do on each module pretest, some coursework may be exempted. However, if this material is not passed again on the unit post test, exempted assignments may then be required. There is no high-stakes final exam; just shorter incremental exams in each module, two of which must be scheduled with a proctor. The NCAA does not approve mastery-based courses that allow students to test out of content. Student athletes are encouraged to register for the NCAA-approved cohort courses. Course Description: In this third-year level Career Math B course, you will cover topics that will help you become familiar with math used in careers. Students will review and master topics from equations, polynomials, factoring, functions, systems for equations, rationals, radical and quadratic equations, and exponential and logarithmic functions. They will discuss and complete small projects that involve the topics listed above as they relate to different careers. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Equations and Inequalities Unit 2: Exponents and Polynomials Unit 3: Factoring Unit 4: Functions and Graphs Unit 5: Systems of Equations and Inequalities Unit 6: Rational Expressions Unit 7: Radical Expressions and Quadratic Equations Unit 8: Logarithmic Functions? Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): Algebra and Geometry Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Algebra and Geometry Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is no textbook required for this class. All required resources are available through the online course. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.




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