After looking over the past conversations on precalculus, I have decided that I like the Larson text that HLS/MPOA uses. I understand from past conversations that they cover the entire book except most of chapter 7. I know you are no where near having this course developed for homeschool use mainly due to video instruction. I am very capable of teaching this myself and we do not seek any kind of video instruction. What I am hoping MP can offer is a rough draft of lesson plans. I'd like to know which problems your schools assign and how to pace the class. If we did a lesson a day including a day a piece for chapter reviews and tests, it would only take 80 days. We school 4 days a week (plus a day for co-op classes) and MP plans usually include 4 days of math for 34 weeks which would be 132 days of math lessons. Doing a lesson a day is too fast and doing a lesson every two days is too slow unless we start way early and work way late or skip more than chapter 7. I figure the various teachers at the HLS/MPOA have figured out how to pace (Cindy in Indy????). Is it at all possible to buy a rough draft of their lesson plans? bonus if that could include their tests with key (otherwise we would just use the sample tests in the text).

I am mainly interested in knowing what problems are assigned (there are usually close to 100 for each lesson!). I could pace it from there, but if they have written out how many days they spend of each lesson, I would love to have that information. I am assuming some lessons are done in one day and some in two days. *fingers crossed* that someone at MP can provide me with enough information to create this course for my daughter!

I am mainly interested in knowing what problems are assigned (there are usually close to 100 for each lesson!). I could pace it from there, but if they have written out how many days they spend of each lesson, I would love to have that information. I am assuming some lessons are done in one day and some in two days. *fingers crossed* that someone at MP can provide me with enough information to create this course for my daughter!

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