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The LFBC Math M135 program is a solid one, beginning with the knowledge that God created everything, and, because of this, order has resulted. It teaches that students can expect exactness, preciseness, and completeness in arithmetic/mathematics, just as they can expect it in God's creation. We start with the basic facts. Strong emphasis is given to learning the multiplication tables early. Later we proceed to the more complicated and abstract concepts in the upper grades.
Topics covered in Grade 7 include:
- Place Value, Rounding
- Comparing numbers, estimation
- Multiplication and Division, divisibility rules,
- Fractions and mixed numbers
- Fractions to decimals ration, solving ratio
- Frequency tables, line plots, mean, median, and mode
- Money - banking, writing checks, interest, installment buying
- Expressions, order of operations, solving expressions
- and more
- Studyguide: All materials for the student's academics, including text and activity questions
- Studyguide Answers: Contains answers for the studyguide
- Weekly Quizzes
- Weekly Quiz Answers
All Scripture used in the curriculum is taken from the King James Version.
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Scott Hammond3 Stars Out Of 5November 6, 2006Scott HammondOn the positive side, this course begins with simple arithmetic and mathematical concepts, and each week builds upon the previous work. Also, in general, the descriptions given of new concepts or mathematical functions are sufficient for a 7th grader to grasp (though not always). In addition, each week's work not only introduces several new operations or concepts, but also features review problems from previous weeks. On the negative side, each week contains four lessons of between 40 and 75 problems each, plus a weekly "review" test. There are no natural pauses, or built-in "cushions," so if the student takes an extra day to master a difficult area, he has fallen behind. Once behind, the size of the daily lessons makes catching up daunting if not intimidating, and can seem to the student as if he's being punished for simnply taking longer to understand. Same problem if the student needs to take a day off, for example, to go to the dentist. Since almost every lesson contains something new, they can't simply be assigned as homework on such days. If your child struggles with math, or suffers from "math-phobia," this is not the course for you.
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