Students going into Algebra 1
Attention students going into Algebra 1, you have been assigned a series of exercises in:ASSISTmentsLog in instructions can be found using the link in the left hand borderaccess codes can be found on the wiki home page
After logging in and enrolling in your classes, you will see list of assignments that you must complete during the summer months. Some assignments are "Skill Builder" which allows you to attain mastery (thus complete) if you answer three consecutive questions correct without using any hints. Other assignments will require you to answer all of the questions in the assignment. Your classroom teacher will analyze your individual results and based on your effort to complete all of the assignments as well as your success rate on the assignments you will be given a grade for the summer enrichment in the first marking period.

Good Luck!

You may also enroll in the "Just for fun" class listed is assistments - in this class the assignments consist of games and puzzies on the web that you can enjoy and you will not be graded on these assignments.

Below you will find some additional enrichment resources, your time and effort to explore and utilize these resources is a valuable step in preparing you for success on the assigned summer exercises as well as enhances the probability of your overall future success in this course next year.
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Video Tutorial
What is a variable
What is a variable?: Understanding that a variable is just a symbol that can represent different values

Evaluate Expression
Example: evaluating an expression: Variables and Expressions 1

Simple Equations
Why we do the same thing to both sides: simple equations: Thinking about how to solve for an unknown mystery mass

One-Step Equations
One-Step Equation Intuition: Why we solve one-step equations the way we do.

Two-step Equations
Why we do the same thing to both sides: two-step equations:

Distributive Property
Combining like terms and the distributive property: Doing a few more involved examples of simplifying expressions

Inequalities on a numberline
Inequalities on a number line: Inequalities on a number line

Inequalities: Inequalities

Solving Inequalities
Solving Inequalities: Solving Inequalities

Coordinate Plane
The Coordinate Plane:

x,y relationships
Plotting (x,y) relationships: Plotting (x,y) relationships t2

Graphs of linear relationships
Graphs of Linear Equations:

Recognizing Linear Functions
Recognizing Linear Functions: Recognizing Linear Functions

Some other Resources
**Purplemath—Your Algebra Resource**Practical algebra lessons with lots of pictures and animations and worked-out

****A free website that contains much of the content of a typical Algebra 1 class. It is set up very much like a book with lessons. Each lesson has a brief introduction and numerous examples with detailed explanations, and is followed by several practice

**The MathPage: Skill in Algebra**and **Topics in Precalculus**Tutorials with exercises; with mouseover the answer is revealed.

**HippoCampus**High-quality free video lessons with interactive questions covering high school algebra, calculus, physics and many other high school subjects.

**Algebra lessons—Interactive Mathematics**Quite a complete list of algebra lessons from Interactive Mathematics. Each section has an interactive

**AlgeBasics**Watch free Flash tutorials about algebra. Easy to

**Algebra and graphing lessons & videos—**Includes study tips and videos on graphing and basic algebra 1 topics.

Over 6,000 free, online video lessons for basic math, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Videos also available in Spanish. Also includes online textbooks. I've written a review of MathTV lessons when they used to be offered on CDs. Many, many more videos available here for Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1 refreshers. This site is set up in the order of an algebra textbook. Find the topic and subtopic, there are videos for just about anything you need review on!