Speak Math Now!
- Instructor: Mr. Blair
This is the ultimate mathematics course. We will cover everything from Algebra I and work our way up to Calculus concepts with some great discussions along the way. Mathematics is a language and if you can become fluent in it (which if you complete this course, I promise you will be!), then that is simply one more step in your great knowledge bank. Thus, if you are going to sign up for this course, please ask yourself these questions first:
- Will you give it your all?
- Will you stay with the course and not give up halfway through?
- Are you really interested in learning the language of mathematics?
If you can answer these questions confidently with a yes, then I will see you at the orientation session!
Coursework will consist of assignments and lectures, with a test at least once a week. Those who are actually participating in this course should be independent and motivated learners. Completion of most of the coursework in this class requires a very decent command of the English language.
Grades will be based on participation, work ethic, and exam scores. If at anytime, you would like to know what your current grade is, please just send me a message on my talk page and I will give you a full report of where you stand in the course. The grade scale for this course is as such:
- A = 100% - 93%
- B = 92% - 85%
- C = 84% - 74%
- D = 73% - 64%
- F = 63% - 0%
I will always be available at anytime to answer questions that you may have. If you need help, you can simply just post to my talk page or on the course talk page. Alternatively, you can message me on Skype at the address of austinteacher.
Course Outline 
To participate in this, please just leave your name in the class roster below and you will be sent a message explaining what to do. This course will be given out in lessons through a virtual classroom where you will have assignments, quizzes, and tests given out to you. These will be graded through Engrade and sent back to you.
Also, you may notice that some weeks seem to be duplicated. Please know that this is not the case, but it basically means that we will be going up levels in those concepts. As you can see, they are the same main ideas, but you will be learning new things in each week.
For a full course syllabus, please click here.
Semester I 
- Week 1: Introduction To Algebra
- Week 2: Properties of Real Numbers
- Week 3: Solving Linear Equations
- Week 4: Graphing Linear Equations and Functions
- Week 5: Writing Linear Equations
- Week 6: Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities
- Week 7: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
- Week 8: Exponents and Exponential Functions
- Week 9: Quadratic Equations and Functions
Semester II 
- Week 13: Introduction To Geometry
- Week 14: Geometric Reasoning
- Week 15: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Week 16: Triangle Congruence
- Week 17: Properties and Attributes of Triangles
- Week 18: Polygons and Quadrilaterals
- Week 19: Similarity
- Week 20: Right Triangles and Trigonometry
- Week 21: Extending Perimeter, Circumference, and Area
- Week 22: Spatial Reasoning
- Week 23: Circles
- Week 24: Extending Transformational Geometry
Semester III 
- Week 25: Equations and Inequalities
- Week 26: Linear Equations and Functions
- Week 27: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
- Week 28: Matrices and Determinants
- Week 29: Quadratic Functions
- Week 30: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
- Week 31: Powers, Roots, and Radicals
- Week 32: Exponential Functions
- Week 33: Rational Equations and Functions
- Week 34: Quadratic Relations and Conic Sections
- Week 35: Sequences and Series
- Week 36: Probability and Statistics
- Week 37: Trigonometric Ratios and Functions
- Week 38: Trigonometric Graphs, Identities, and Equations
Semester IV 
- Week 39: Functions
- Week 40: Linear Functions
- Week 41: Polynomial and Rational Functions
- Week 42: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Week 43: Trigonometric Functions of Angles
- Week 44: Periodic Functions
- Week 45: Trigonometric Equations and Identities
- Week 46: Further Applications of Trigonometry
Semester V 
- Week 47: Preliminaries of Calculus
- Week 48: Limits and Continuity
- Week 49: Differentiation
- Week 50: Applications of Derivatives
- Week 51: Integration
- Week 52: Applications of Definite Integrals
- Week 53: Transcendental Functions
- Week 54: Techniques of Integration
- Week 55: Further Applications of Integration
- Week 56: Conic Sections and Polar Coordinates
- Week 57: Infinite Sequences and Series
- Week 58: Vectors and the Geometry of Space
- Week 59: Vector-Valued Functions and Motion in Space
- Week 60: Partial Derivatives
- Week 61: Multiple Integrals
- Week 62: Integration of Vector Fields
Class Roster 
Sign up below if interested. This course is simply an open entry and open exit course. Simply list your name below to enroll in the Speak Math Now course. As soon as you have posted your name on this class's page, I will send you a message explaining what to do and how to schedule a quick orientation lesson. Respond to this as soon as possible and we can begin from there.