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Algebra 1 Introduction

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Grade-Level Mathematics Actions and Processes

Descriptions of the Mathematics Actions and Processes provide a sense of what students are doing as they develop into mathematically literate students.


Suggested Learning Progression (v2)

This year-long progression provides a sample vision for the learner experience that engages in meaningful, connected mathematics.  

Objective Analysis 

Analysis for each grade-level objective is provided in a manner to support deep understanding for the teacher.

Engagement Strategies Educators can engage their students in math activities using these strategies.

An Introduction to Algebra 1 

The mathematics learning experience Algebra 1 will build on their understanding of linear equations with one variable and linear functions in Pre-Algebra. Students in this course deepen their knowledge of multiple representations of data and situations. They will develop mathematical reasoning by using symbolic and visual representations including graphs, tables, verbal or written statements and algebraic equations to solve and communicate solutions in real-world situations. Students will achieve procedural fluency in the four major strands:  Numbers & Operations; Algebraic Reasoning & Algebra, solving linear equations and inequalities, using them to solve real-world problems, and evaluating expressions; Functions, recognize functions and their families in real-world; and Data & Probability.  Algebra 1 is the high school course to prepare students for Geometry and Algebra 2 concepts.


Introduction to the OKMath Framework

Algebra 1 Introduction


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