Mrs. Schultz
Math 10-3
Textbook: MathWorks, Pacific Educational Press
Assignments and Quizzes = 35%
Unit Exams = 40%
Final Exam = 25%
- Sales Tax and Discounts
Percent Decimal Conversions
Calculating Values Given Percentages
- Sales Tax
- Discounts
- Determing the Total Price of an Item
- Calculating Income
Calculating Gross Income
- Salary
- Hourly Wage
- Piecework
- Overtime
- Gratuities
- Commission
Calculating Net Income
- Working with Money
Unit Pricing
Best Buy
Currency Exchange
- Linear Measurement
Using Imperial Units for Lenth
Using Metric Units for Length
Unit Conversions
- Expressing Imperial Units as Metric
- Expressing Metric as Imperial
- Perimeter and Area Measurement
Calculate Perimeter of 2D Shapes
Calculate Area of 2D Shapes
- Calculate the area of regular polygons
- Calculate the area of composite shapes
Calcualte the Surface Area of 3D Shapes
- Expressing Perimeter and Area Measurements in Different Systems
Calculate Perimeter of 2D Shapes in Different Systems
Calculate Area of 2D Shapes
- Calculate the area of regular polygons in different systems
- Calculate the area of composite shapes in different systems
Calcualte the Surface Area of 3D Shapes in Different Systems
- Lines and Angles
Angles - acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex by
- drawing
- replicating and constructing
- bisecting
Linear Relationships
- parallel and perpendicular lines
- transversal lines and pairs of angles formed between them
- Similar Polygons
Scale Factor
- Enlargement
- Reduction
Determine Similarity of Polygons
Applications of Similarity
- Trigonometry
Pythagorean Theorem
- identify situations that involve right triangles
- verify and apply the formula
Primary Trigonometric Ratios
- applying similarity to right triangles
- generalizing patterns from similar right triangles
- applying the primary trigonometric ratios
- solving problems
Math 10-4
Course Outline
Textbook: No textbook – Handouts Provided
Course Work: 75%
Final Exam: 25%
Unit 1: Number Concepts
- Rounding
- Arithmetic Operations involving whole numbers, decimals and percents
- Converting between fractions, decimals and percents
- Problem Solving
- Assessing Reasonableness of Calculations
- Income Calculations
Unit 2: Fractions and Integers
- Converting between Improper/Mixed Numbers
- Representing Integers in Everyday Contexts
- Adding and Subtracting Integers
- Measuring Changes in Temperature
Unit 3: Measurement
- Metric and Imperial units of Measure
- Perimeter, Area and Volume
- Converting between and within Metric and Imperial Measures (using a conversion chart)
Unit 4: Angles & Circles
- Measuring Angles
- Estimating Angles
- Drawing Angles
- Classifying Angles
- Area of a Circle
- Circumference of a Circle
- Problem Solving involving Circles
Unit 5: Coordinate Grid/Scale Factor
- Enlargements and Reductions
- Scale Models
- Plotting on the Cartesian Plane
Unit 7: Patterns and Expressions
- Describing Patterns using Words
- Creating Expressions from Everyday Contexts
- Graphing Relationships
- Use of Variables in Everyday Situations
- Substituting Values into Formulas
Unit 8: Better Buys & Data Analysis
- Interpreting Graphs, Tables and Charts
- Data Collection
MATH 20-4
Course Outline
Mrs. Schultz
Welcome to Math 20-4. The goal of this course is to further develop basic math skills found in everyday life by expanding more on the units started in Math 10-4.
The component modules and course weighting are as follows:
Introduction and Review
Chapter 1 – Income and Debt: Earning and Spending Money
Page 11-75
Chapter 2 – Data Analysis: Using Statistics Meaningfully and Wisely
Page 79-123
Page 319-334
Chapter 3 – Owning and Operating a Vehicle: A Vehicle of Your Own
Page 133-192
Chapter 4 – Measurement Technology: From Feet to Metres and Back Again
Page 193-242
Chapter 5 – Geometry: Shapes for Visual Thinking
Page 245-317
Course Review
Course Work ( approx. 15% for each chapter) 75%
Final Exam 25%
Each chapter in this course is made up of various Exploration sections. Your mark for each chapter will be comprised of 2 parts:
- Daily classroom work and quizzes
- Unit Exam (or project)
The emphasis of this course will be on classroom work. Every student should approach the final exam having already earned enough marks to pass the course.
The final exam for this course will be written at a scheduled time during exam week at the end of January, 2014.