Posted below are links to math outlines for personal study and reflection. These guides do not take the place of classroom work, but are to be used as a resource in assisting students (you) in understanding the concept/material better. Included in the study guide is the assigned lesson (usually located at the bottom of the page). It is important that you familiarize yourself with the lesson title (center top), the objective (left side in bold), and any vocabulary terms that would be important for the lesson/chapter before you begin the assignment. Next, spend some time going over the background information along with any examples. Then try the practice problems. The lessons have two to three digits, one for the chapter and the other showing the lesson(s), for example 1.4 would mean chapter 1, lesson 4, or 7.8.9 would communicate chapter 7, lessons 8 & 9. If you do not find a link to a lesson, it is probable that the lesson is copyrighted, or because it has not been assigned.
Listed on the right hand table are quick links to video tutorials, support and enrichment websites that help students to practice and master their basic facts and grow in learning the math concept. ALEKS is our support website for Harcourt Math. If you have any questions about logging in please send me an email and I will respond within 24 hours.