Ridley, Evan (Alg. I, Alg. Il)

“HELLLLOOO STUDENTS!!” – Procter, Former NPA Calculus teacher

 

Hello Students! I am excited to be teaching you all next year! I am Evan Ridley, and I have been right where you are in the same exact building (I graduated Northland Preparatory Academy).

Please keep an eye on this page, as I intend to post the notes, lecture slides and calendars for Algebra I and Algebra II below.

If you ever need to reach me, try me by email at eridley@northlandprep.org

Here is a list of supplies you will need for the year (for all classes):

Graphing Calculator (TI 83 or TI 84)

Three-ring binder and dividers

Loose-leaf lined paper

Graphing paper

Pencils

Red pens for grading

Ruler

A pack of dry-erase markers

 

Extra Classroom Supplies (any will be greatly appreciated)

Tissues

AAA batteries (for calculators)

Extra dry-erase markers

Disinfecting Wipes

Printer paper

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Course List

moreAlgebra I

Description:

ChapterX1XQuizXReviewXKEY – Here is the Quiz Review Key


1.1Xhw  – here is the homework due Monday


 


Here are some useful online resources for if you need some extra help:


mathhelp has supplemental instruction as well as some practice problems and tests that you can work through.


Khan Academy I have found works well as a supplement only. If you are confused on a lesson, or nearly understand the lesson, Khan Academy works well.


Desmos is an online graphing calculator. It’s great for checking your intuition, but I would only use it for that and get used to your graphing calculators.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the Algebra I syllabus (PDF)

Planbook Code:

Here is a link the the weekly plan with notes, slides, and homework (Opens in a new window)

moreAlgebra II

Description:

Ch1XReviewXKey – Here is the Review Key


A2XPre-TestXKEY – here is the pretest key


 


Here are some useful online resources for if you need some extra help:


mathhelp.com has supplemental instruction as well as some practice problems and tests that you can work through.


Khan Academy I have found works well as a supplement only. If you are confused on a lesson, or nearly understand the lesson, Khan Academy works well.


Desmos is an online graphing calculator. It’s great for checking your intuition, but I would only use it for that and get used to your graphing calculators.


If you can get past the old website, Corbett Maths is another useful tool with extra guidance and a variety of practice problems.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the Algebra II syllabus (PDF)

Planbook Code:

Here is a link to the weekly plan with lecture slides, notes, and homework (Opens in a new widonw)