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36-Week Courses


The Home School Learning Network Curriculum Upgrade Plan is an affordable, dynamic online K-12 curriculum service that allows home educators and teachers to access thousands of unit studies, lesson plans, and worksheets.

Not only can you browse over 250 unit studies and thousands of worksheets, you can also choose a structured learning program with 36 weeks of learning for every grade!

Now, the HLN Curriculum Upgrade Plan is also offering Math Courses for Grades 6-12!

Read more about the following courses:

As a new edition to the Curriculum Upgrade Plan, HLN now offers full courses in Middle School and High School Math starting August 2011, and courses in Middle School Science will be offered starting August 2012r. As always at HLN, all learning is administered by YOUR Homeschool family!

Please Note: You must be a member of the Curriculum Upgrade Plan to have access to these courses.

Learn more about these courses below!

How Courses Work

  1. Log in to HLN with your subscription and design a program of learning for your family that matches your children's Learning Styles. You may use ALL resources on HLN at all times!
  2. If you decide to follow a Math or Science Course as part of your learning plan, click the "Book Resource Fees" button on the main members page, and pay any fees applicable to the courses you wish your children to take. View Book Resource Fees per course.
  3. You will be assigned a Pearson User ID and password, separate from your HLN User ID and password, and this will be emailed to you within 1 business day.
  4. Click the Courses link on HLN to read and/or print your assignments for the week. Make sure to allot 3-4 days per week, 1-2 hours per day, to complete the work for each course you take.
  5. When instructed on the HLN Course Pages, you will log in to Pearson to access learning resources and videos.
  6. When instructed on the HLN Course Pages, you will download worksheets and tests to take directly from the HLN website.
  7. HLN does NOT grade homework, assignments, or tests from any course. Parents and teachers are provided all grading and answer sheets needed for the course.


Middle School Math


6th Grade Math includes a combination of rational numbers, patterns, geometry and integers in preparation for one- and two-step equations and inequalities.

Guided Problem Solving strategies throughout the text provide students with the tools they need to be effective and independent learners. An emphasis on fractions solidifies student understanding of rational number operations in preparation for applying these skills to algebraic equations. Activity Labs throughout the text provide hands-on, minds-on experiences to reach all types of learners.

Download a Sample Weekly Learning Plan for 6th Grade Middle School Math HERE.

View the Course Outline HERE.

 

  


7th Grade Math consists of a structured approach to a variety of topics such as ratios, percents, equations, inequalities, geometry, graphing and probability.

Test Taking Strategies provide a guide to problem solving approaches that are necessary for success on standardized tests. Checkpoint Quizzes assess student understanding after every few lessons. Daily Guided Problem Solving in the text is supported by the Guided Problem Solving worksheet expanding the problem, guiding the student through the problem solving process and providing extra practice.

Download a Sample Weekly Learning Plan for 7th Grade Middle School Math HERE.

View the Course Outline HERE.

  


 

8th Grade Math: Pre-Algebra is designed for the middle school learner and provides a smooth transition from 6th and 7th Grade Math.

Students of all levels benefit from the structured leveled set of exercises in the homework sections. First, students practice by example. Next, they apply the skills they have learned, and finally, students are challenged with problems that require them to apply concepts on an accelerated level. The Go For Help icon refers students back to examples for help on similar problems previously introduced in the chapter. Topics covered include algebraic expressions and integers, solving one-step equations and inequalities, area and volume, and linear functions.

Download a Sample Weekly Learning Plan for 7th Grade Middle School Math HERE.

View the Course Outline HERE.

 

High School Math


Algebra 1
For many students who struggle, math shows up as a collection of rules, formulas, and properties that they learn temporarily, forget quickly, and never use again. Students find mathematics meaningless if they don't see the connections. Prentice Hall Algebra 1 teaches for understanding by incorporating an interwoven strand of thinking and reasoning into problem solving. This connects the math that students learn, from the first lesson to the last. By focusing on thinking, reasoning, and problem solving, students will become more prepared for success in school, in their careers, and in life.

Download a Sample Weekly Learning Plan HERE.

View the Course Outline HERE.

  


Geometry

For many students who struggle, math shows up as a collection of rules, formulas, and properties that they learn temporarily, forget quickly, and never use again. Students find mathematics meaningless if they don't see the connections. Prentice Hall Geometry teaches for understanding by incorporating an interwoven strand of thinking and reasoning into problem solving. This connects the math that students learn, from the first lesson to the last. By focusing on thinking, reasoning, and problem solving, students will become more prepared for success in school, in their careers, and in life.

Download a Sample Weekly Learning Plan HERE.

View the Course Outline HERE.


Algebra 2
For many students who struggle, math shows up as a collection of rules, formulas, and properties that they learn temporarily, forget quickly, and never use again. Students find mathematics meaningless if they don't see the connections. Prentice Hall Algebra 2 teaches for understanding by incorporating an interwoven strand of thinking and reasoning into problem solving. This connects the math that students learn, from the first lesson to the last. By focusing on thinking, reasoning, and problem solving, students will become more prepared for success in school, in their careers, and in life.

Download a Sample Weekly Learning Plan HERE.

View the Course Outline HERE.

 

E-Book Resource Fees


The Math Courses currently offered are 36-week courses, and use Pearson Online Books and/or Book Resources. Each Course will provide you access via a special login to learning material, worksheets, and tests to give you a full Middle or High School curriculum in each subject. A subscription to HLN is required at this time for all courses taken

These courses are optional, but they do require a one-time E-Book Resources Fee, as listed below. These fees provide you with a one-year access to the course material and any required e-books and/or e-book resources. If you decide to add a course to your subscription, you will be guided to a page to buy that course's access once you are logged in via your subscription.


Course   E-Book Resource Fee

6th Grade Math  
$24.95
7th Grade Math  
$24.95
8th Grade Pre-Algebra  
$24.95
Algebra 1  
$34.95
Geometry  
$34.95
Algebra II  
$34.95
Grades 6-12 Sciences  
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