It takes a few seconds to download Dragon Box 12+, then your job is just about finished. It will take her a few hours to go through, but it will teach her well. It is also a game, so it neatly sidesteps any maths phobia that your students has acquired.
I have used this program with students over the last few months. I have found that most of the Algebra you are looking at is taught in a way that requires very little tutor input, though I have actively reinforced good equation solving techniques in the last few levels. On the last level I have sometimes got them to repeat a problem to obtain the standard form of an answer that is not enforced by the program.
It does not cover polynomial factorisation or exponents, but it covers some fairly hairy problems up to that point. It also cleverly allows students to take common shortcuts in equation solving, but only after the "correct" way has been taught for a few levels (ie. subtracting from both sides vs. swapping the sign as you switch the side). It does not cover real numbers, but that should not be hard after she has learned how to do it with rationals.
I think I am a good tutor, but occasionally a new technology emerges that teaches something far better than I could, so I am happy to mostly sit back and let it do its job. Studies show that students are often happier to experiment and attempt more difficult problems with a computer tutor than a human. However, students often still require us humans to put things in context and make sure that their mental models are correct, so we are not out of a job yet!
Another similar program that is not gamified and that covers simple exponents is Algebra Touch, but Dragon Box 12+ (not to be confused with Dragon Box 5+) is currently the gold standard in algebra tutoring.