## Secular Math Series—Prentice Hall Mathematics Overview Grades 6-12

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### Features of Prentice Hall Mathematics Courses

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In **Courses 1, 2, 3, and Algebra Readiness**, concepts are introduced early and integrated throughout the program.

- Prentice Hall Mathematics is the middle grades follow-up to the enVision Math primary homeschool program.
- Students go beyond equations as they work with graphs, tables, and algebraic patterns.
- With hands-on activities, the curriculum will help your child stay engaged during your lessons.
- The best part is that the program is dynamic, meaning you control the pace of your homeschooling lessons.
- Linger on concepts your child is struggling with or move ahead if he or she feels confident.
- Tailor your homeschooling math program to fit your child’s development.
- Push ahead on topics he or she grasps quickly and linger on those that need clarification.
- Grades 6-8

**In Algebra 1**

- Basic concepts and properties of algebra are introduced early to prepare your child for solving equations.
- Concepts are presented in a variety of learning styles with practice and problem-solving exercises after each lesson.
- Grades 9-12

**In Geometry**

- Traditional geometry concepts are highlighted throughout the
**Prentice Hall Geometry**text. - Learn to visualize and see relationships between two figures, relate mathematical functions with figures, measure shapes, find similarities and differences between two shapes, and use coordinates to graph mathematical functions.
- Grades 9-12

**In Algebra 2**

- After a review of basic algebra concepts, students move into linear systems, quadratic functions, and polynomials.
**Prentice Hall Algebra 2**introduces exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series and conic selections.- Moving through these more advanced algebra concepts, your student is building a base for an introduction to trigonometry.
- Grades 9-12