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Mathematics

 

Suggested Summer Prep for AP & Honors Courses
 

Honors Algebra 2 and the Double Block Course:

Algebra 2 Honors is a fun and very fast-paced course.  There are 10 tools from Algebra 1 you must have ready to go in your toolbox when you walk in the door in August; they can be found in THIS PACKET.  

In order to set yourself up for success, it is strongly recommended the entire packet is completed WITHOUT the aid of a calculator and all problems are checked for accuracy. If there are questions about concepts or problems, please use the help videos to remediate or reach out to your teacher before class starts! 

Need additional help?  Check out Ms. Lawrence’s Algebra 1 YouTube playlist.

 

Honors Pre-Calculus:

Check out THIS PACKET for a comprehensive set of practice problems.  It is strongly suggested you complete the entire packet to make sure you are ready for the fast pace and rigor of Honors PreCalculus. 

 

AP Calculus AB:

Click HERE to find the suggested Summer Packet

Make sure you stay sharp on your trigonometry from PreCalculus.  Study your unit circle regularly over the summer.

**You will need a TI-84 graphing calculator in the first week of class.  You can either provide your own or check one out from the TL Math Department in the first week. **

 

AP Statistics:
No summer assignment. 

**You will need a TI-84 graphing calculator in the first week of class.  You can either provide your own or check one out from the TL Math Department in the first week.**

 

 

 

 

 

AP Math Courses

What AP Math courses are offered at TL?

  • AP Statistics
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Computer Science Principles (counts as a science credit towards graduation, not a math credit)

Click HERE to find more information about AP Courses.

Trying to decide between AP Calculus or AP Statistics?  Click HERE for help!

 

Trojan Tutoring via the Library:  Your fellow Trojans are here to help you with peer tutoring!

  • On the main TL website homepage, select "Departments"
  • Select "Library"
  • Scroll down until you see a light bulb icon with "Tutoring" below it.
  • Fill out the questionnaire and then either the teacher librarian or the librarian technician will work on matching you with your peer tutor.

 

Teachers in the Terra Linda Math Department
 

Agnew, Morgan                Statistics & Probability, Algebra 1
magnew@srcs.org

Borello, Melinda               Algebra A, AP Calculus AB
mborello@srcs.org

Foster, Hallie                     Algebra Readiness, Algebra 2 P
hfoster@srcs.org

Lawrence, Kathryn           Algebra 1, Algebra 2 HP, ASB
klawrence@srcs.org

 

Luong, William

Marweg, Caitlin                 Algebra 1, Honors PreCalculus, AP Computer Science Principles
crmargweg@srcs.org

McCarthy, Jim                    Intermediate Algebra 2, Geometry 11/12
jmccarthy@srcs.org

Millerick, Melissa               Algebra A, Algebra A SDAIE, Algebra 2 HP/PreCalculus HP Block
mmillerick@srcs.org

Reid, Amy                            Algebra B, Algebra B SDAIE, AP Statistics
areid@srcs.org

Wilson, Timothy                 Geometry 9/10, PreCalculus P
twilson@srcs.org

 

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The Mathematics Department at Terra Linda offers a variety of courses designed to meet each student’s needs and ability. 

  • Algebra Readiness (Course for English Learners only; supports given to become grade-level proficient)
  • Algebra A (1st Semester of Algebra 1, taken freshman year)
  • Algebra B  (2nd Semester of Algebra 1, taken sophomore year)
  • Algebra 1  (Full course offered in 1 year)
  • Geometry (Full year Geometry course)
  • Intermediate Algebra 2 (2nd year UC Algebra course for non-math/science pathway; Seniors have priority enrollment)
  • Algebra 2 (2nd year UC Algebra course)
  • Algebra 2 Honors (2nd year UC Algebra course for Calculus pathway)
  • Algebra 2 Honors/Pre-Calculus Honors Double-Block Course (Exclusively for Juniors entering Algebra 2 interested in Calculus pathway; course requires 2 periods of math in scheduling, one odd period and one even period).
  • Pre-Calculus (Intended for STEM or non-STEM majors. May be a terminal course; can also serves as an alternative to Statistics) 
  • Pre-Calculus Honors (Intended for STEM majors and students who will be taking Calculus)
  • Statistics (Emphasis on probability and hands-on activities)
  • AP Statistics (Advanced Placement in College level Statistics course)
  • AP Calculus (Advanced Placement in College level Calculus AB course)

Students should earn a C- or higher in the prerequisite course in order to advance.  More information about prerequisites can be found in the Terra Linda Curriculum Guide on the Counseling page.   


 

Click HERE to find the full offering of Math pathways at TL 

 

 

Sample Math sequences at TLHS

Example 1:

Algebra A → Algebra B → Geometry  → Intermediate Algebra 2

Example 2:

Algebra 1 → Geometry  → Algebra 2  → Statistics P, Pre-Calculus, or AP Statistics

Example 3:

Geometry → Honors Algebra 2 → Honors Pre-Calculus → Calculus AB, AP Statistics, or Stats P

Example 4:

Algebra 1 → Geometry  → Alg 2 Honors/Pre-Calc Honors Double-Block → Calculus AB, AP Statistics, or Stats P

Example 5:

Algebra Readiness → Algebra A SDAIE → Algebra B SDAIE → Geometry