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Welcome to Algebra 2!. Find the 3 keys to success and write them down for our welcome call. This is what you see when you first enter the class . The announcement page varies weekly – but you will always find important information about the week here. . Lessons:

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### Welcome to Algebra 2!

Find the 3 keys to success and write them down for our welcome call.

This is what you see when you first enter the class

The announcement page varies weekly – but you will always find important information about the week here.

Lessons:

This is where you will go to view

the lessons, practice problems,

and what the assignment is.

Assessments:

You will go here to submit

an assignment, quiz, or exam.

Here are some of the important sections you will use

Course Information:

Go here for lots of great info! Learn

how to submit an assignment,

attach a file,

participate in a discussion,

and lots, lots more 

This will be your favorite button!

This is where you go to check out individual

Also, go here to make your second submissions

on assignments.

Here are some of the important sections you will use

This is the section for Lessons

“Module” is just a fancy word for “chapter”

Practice Problems

Key to Success:

Practice Makes Perfect!

Especially in Algebra 2,

the more you practice

the more confident you will be when

doing the assignments, quizzes, and tests.

Most lessons provide practice problems. You should do these before submitting the assignment for a grade. That way you can seek help if necessary.

Key to Success:

Staying “on pace” is probably the most important part

of being successful online. It’s very easy to fall behind

pace and much harder to get back on pace! You have to

work double time to get caught up.

Pace Chart

This can be found under the Course Information

Button.

Fill in your

specific dates

here. That way

you always know

what week

you’re on

and which

assignments

you should be

submitting.

Assignments

Notice: “Assignments” and “Worksheets” have two

submissions (two chances to get a perfect score!)

but Exams have only one submission.

This is how you will submit assignments

Step 1: Click on the Assesments

Button (if first submission) or the

submission)

Step 2: Click on the

assessment title/name

Step 3: Choose any file

Step 4: Click the “Submit for

Step 5: Click “Submit”

Type the assignment data or any

Communication

Key to Success:It’s vital to have consistent communication

with your instructor while taking an online course.

The following are ways we communicate:

Monthly Calls – I must talk to you and a parent/guardian at least once a month to discuss your progress and pace in the course. It is your responsibility to make this call when due.

Oral Components – These appear in your assessments list every other module. It’s a quiz (just a few questions) that you complete with me over the phone. It is your responsibility to call me for the oral components.

Email – I send out weekly emails. Email and phone

are our two main sources of communication!

Communication – Part 2

Algebra 2 is a challenging, high level math. By taking the proper steps (studying, practice problems, asking for help) you will do fine. Please don’t hesitate to email or call for help when needed. We also have wonderful math tutors who love to help students with challenging topics. We are all here to help you SUCCEED!

Grace PeriodVery Important!

Florida Virtual School Policies

• The first 28 days that you are in a FLVS course is the “grace period”. You may contact your instructor to drop the course with “no grade” during that period.

2. Consistent communication and work habits are expected. It is FLVS policy to drop any student who does not stay appropriately on pace or respond to teacher communications within 7 days. You will be warned during the grace period if you are not on pace so that you can be withdrawn with no penalty.

3. Withdrawing after the 28-day grace period will result in a failing grade on your transcript.

Thank you for taking your time to view this.

Please save this presentation to your computer and use it as a reference guide as you make your way through the course.

I am very excited to meet you and travel along this Algebra 2 journey with you!