## Transition Math 3rd* Edition

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**Suggested Age:**10-13**Prerequisites:**Elementary Math 4/5 or something equivalent

**SUMMER COURSES**

## Solid Foundations

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

We look at all the content which is required to make sure that a child is completely ready for transition mathematics. We work on flashcard facts, both content and speed. We work on basic operations, especially longhand multiplication and division. We introduce the concepts of partial amounts with fractions and decimals. Plus place value on both sides of the decimal point will be emphasized.

## Fractions, Decimals, Percents

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

We cover a basic overview of the meanings and definitions of these 3 forms of describing portions. We look at the 4 basic operations for decimals and fractions. We look at how to convert among fractions, decimals, and percents. And we look at how to properly understand and manipulate mixed fractions. Part of each step is working with fractions which contain, not just numbers, but also variables as well.

## Intro to Algebra

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

We cover a basic overview of the rules and procedures of working with signed numbers, as well as the conceptual foundations of understanding and solving first degree equations. We also explore operations with signed numbers as they apply to variables. We examine the fundamental principles of exponents, and how they provide the building blocks for handling polynomial expressions. Finally, we introduce two dimensional graphing, including how to graph lines.

## Algebra Applications

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

A special emphasis will be placed on how to think in approaching a word problem.

Each of the 10 weeks will be spent looking at a major type of appliaction in algebra, and the skills which are required to support working the application problems. Topics include percents (tax, increase, profit), variation, ratios and proportions, rate and distance, total value, and linear modeling.

## Intro to Algebra II

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

Following Introduction to Algebra, we will look at the major components of higher level algebra: solving non-linear equations, higher order polynomials, solving systems, non-whole number exponents, rational expressions, and several levels of difficulty of writing linear equations from data.

## Intro to Trig and Pre-cal

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

We look at a variety of topics, including graphing, triangle solution and application, proofs, angular velocity, and equations. A special emphasis is placed on learning the theory behind the unit circle, and how to use this theory to learn all the exact values which trig work expects a student to memorize.

## Intro to Calculus

**SUMMER COURSE - NO ORIENTATION PICKUP AVAILABLE**

We look at a variety of topics, including limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals, and related rates. A special emphasis is placed on difference quotients and understanding the foundation of calculus: finding the limit of adding a finite number of calculations as the number of calculations goes to infinity.

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## Student Success Planner-Preliminary Edition

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Built to help students take responsibility for their own assignments, this simple system will help parents teach students how to make sure nothing falls through the cracks. Students will learn how to connect one week to another, and then to the overall semester. Parents can stop nagging about every assignment, students can develop the skills to succeed on their own.

## Intro to High School English 1 Home or Group Edition

*This curriculum is delivered in a print at home PDF format. Portal access will be emailed within 24-48 hrs.*

**Goals**

This course is designed to bridge the frequently seen gap between Middle School and High School English. In only six weeks, students can review concepts taught in One Day Academy’s Middle School English 2 while learning concepts and skills that will prepare them for One Day Academy’s High School English 1.

**This course is parent led **and can be completed at the family’s preferred pace in the summer leading up to high school. Also, students who are new to ODA can be better prepared for the rigors of high school English after taking this course.

**Three Prong Approach **

During this course, students will cover three main aspects of English: Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary.

The material covered in the writing portion are consistent in preparing students for One Day Academy’s High School English 1 course and build off the materials taught in One Day Academy’s Middle School English 2.

The grammar portion of this course utilizes the first half of Jensen’s Punctuation where students will learn the five main sentence structures and how to punctuate them. Students will need to purchase Jensen’s Punctuation.

For vocabulary, students will review the prefixes and suffixes taught in Middle School English 1 and the roots taught in Middle School English 2.

## Solid Foundations Home or Group Instruction Set

*A 10 Week program to make sure your student is ready for their next level of math.*

We look at all the content which is required to make sure that a child is completely ready for transition mathematics. We work on flashcard facts, both content and speed. We work on basic operations, especially longhand multiplication and division. We introduce the concepts of partial amounts with fractions and decimals. Plus place value on both sides of the decimal point will be emphasized.

## Fractions, Decimals, Percents Home or Group Instruction Set

*A 10 Week program to make sure your student is ready for their next level of math.*

We cover a basic overview of the meanings and definitions of these 3 forms of describing portions. We look at the 4 basic operations for decimals and fractions. We look at how to convert among fractions, decimals, and percents. And we look at how to properly understand and manipulate mixed fractions. Part of each step is working with fractions which contain, not just numbers, but also variables as well.

## Intro to Algebra Home or Group Instruction Set

*A 10 Week program to make sure your student is ready for their next level of math.*

We cover a basic overview of the rules and procedures of working with signed numbers, as well as the conceptual foundations of understanding and solving first degree equations. We also explore operations with signed numbers as they apply to variables. We examine the fundamental principles of exponents, and how they provide the building blocks for handling polynomial expressions. Finally, we introduce two dimensional graphing, including how to graph lines.