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Recommendations for Summer Enrichment
The following menu, drafted by our curriculum and instructional experts, will help you prioritize the material into categories that most support and align with student's existing classroom activity.  Although the entire Khan academy is available through this partnership, we hope that you first explore the recommendations here before venturing into the expansive Khan library.
 
Thank you and we hope you find the material enriching and a resource for success!

Students can prepare and find support in the following Khan resources:

STUDENTS ENTERING ALGEBRA I

KHAN COURSE Get ready for Algebra 1

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM 7th Grade Math

Expressions, equations and inequalities

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Negative numbers: addition and subtraction

Negative numbers: multiplication and division

 

STUDENTS ENTERING GEOMETRY

KHAN COURSE Get ready for Geometry

 

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNIT FROM 6th Grade Math

Coordinate plane

 

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM 7th Grade Math

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Expressions, equations and inequalities

 

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM Algebra 1

Solving equations and inequalities

Working with units

Exponents and radicals

 

STUDENTS ENTERING ALGEBRA II

KHAN COURSE Get ready for Algebra II

 

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNIT FROM 7th Grade Math

Fractions, decimals and percentages

 

STUDENTS ENTERING PRE-CALCULUS

KHAN COURSE Get ready for Precalculus

 

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS from Algebra 1 

Solving equations and inequalities

Exponents and radicals

Linear equations and graphs

Quadratics: multiplying and factoring

Quadratic functions and equations

 

STUDENTS ENTERING INTERACTIVE MATHEMATICS PROG 2 (OSA)

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS from Mathematics 1

Linear Equations and graphs

Functions

Exponents and radicals

Exponential growth and decay

Data distributions

 

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS from Mathematics 2

Similarity

Right triangles and trigonometry

Probability

Students can prepare and find support in the following Khan resources:

STUDENTS ENTERING PHYSICS

KHAN COURSE Pre-Algebra

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNIT FROM Pre-Algebra

Reading and Interpreting Data

 

KHAN COURSE Algebra Basics

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNIT FROM Algebra Basics

Foundations

Algebraic expressions

Linear equations and inequalities

Graphing lines and slope

Expressions with exponents

 

KHAN COURSE Cosmology and Astronomy

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM Cosmology and Astronomy

Scale of the Universe

Stars, Black Holes, and Galaxies

Earth Geological and Climatic History

UNIT LESSON Seismic Waves and How We Know Earth’s Structure

 

STUDENTS ENTERING CHEMISTRY

KHAN COURSE Arithmetic

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNIT FROM Arithmetic

Multiplication

 

KHAN COURSE Pre-Algebra

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM Pre-Algebra

Reading and Interpreting Data

Fractions

Decimals

Ratios, Rates, Proportions

Equations, Expressions, and Inequalities

Exponents, Radicals, and Scientific Notation

 

KHAN COURSE Cosmology and Astronomy

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM Cosmology and Astronomy

Earth Geological and Climatic History

UNIT LESSON Plate Tectonics

Students can prepare and find support in the following Khan resources:

KHAN COURSE Grammar

Students should also do independent summer reading. Follow this link to find a good reading list. READING LIST

Students can prepare and find support in the following Khan resources:

STUDENTS ENTERING GRADE 10 WORLD HISTORY

KHAN COURSE World History

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM World History

Beginnings - 600 BCE

600 BCE - 600 CE Second-Wave Civilizations

600 - 1450 Regional and Interregional Interactions

1450 - 1750 Renaissance and Reformation

 

STUDENTS ENTERING GRADE 11 US HISTORY

KHAN COURSE US History

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM US History

Worlds Collide (1491-1607)

Colonial America (1607-1754)

The Road to Revolution (1754-1800)

The Early Republic (1800-1848)

The Civil War Era (1844-1877)

 

STUDENTS ENTERING GRADE 12 US GOVERNMENT

KHAN COURSE US Government and Civics

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNITS FROM US Government and Civics

Foundations of American Democracy

Interactions Among Branches of Government

 

STUDENTS ENTERING GRADE 12 ECONOMICS

KHAN COURSE Microeconomics

ADDITIONAL KHAN COURSE-UNIT FROM Microeconomics

Basic Economic Concepts