MATH 10C

Summary of Course Content and Activities

We encounter math in some form every day.  To make wise choices, we need to be knowledgeable about mathematics and the processes involved.

In Math 10C, we look at 3 general outcomes:

  • develop spatial sense and proportional reasoning. In this outcome, we study topics like surface area, volume and trigonometry.
  • develop algebraic reasoning and number sense. In this outcome, we study topics like factors of whole numbers, irrational numbers, powers with rational exponents, multiplying polynomials and factoring trinomials.
  • develop algebraic and graphical reasoning through the study of relations. In this outcome, we study topics like interpreting graphs, understanding relations and functions, slope, linear relations and systems of equations. 

Activities in this course include a weekly assignment, quizzes, practice activities, a cumulative review and a final exam.

Prerequisites

Students who have successfully completed Math 9 with a mark of 50% or better can take this course.

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • eText covering all lesson concepts

Purchased by Students

  • Graphing calculator, TI83+ or 84+ is recommended for teacher support
  • Students will need a scanner for submitting work.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

6-8 hours per lesson

MATH 10-3

Summary of Course Content and Activities

This course is designed to teach practical math skills. This course is broken up into 4 units, which are:

  1. Measurement
  2. Geometry
  3. Numbers
  4. Algebra

Prerequisites

Math 9

Materials and Resources

PROVIDED BY NSA

  • MathWorks 10 workbook

PROVIDED BY STUDENT

  • Calculator with the minimum of sine, cosine, tangent and exponent keys & a scanner for submitting work

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

The class is organized around 18 weeks of lessons. Each week has 4 days of lessons and practice problems. For a student taking the course in one semester, this is ROUGHLY 6-7 hours of time working on math a week for 18 weeks. For a student taking the course over the entire year, this is ROUGHLY 3-4 hours of time working on math each week for 36 weeks.

Description of student evaluations, quizzes and tests.

Students are required to submit weekly lessons, as well as a variety of other tests, quizzes and activities. 

MATH 20-1

Summary of Course Content and Activities

Math 20-1 is made up of 7 Major Units with much of the time devoted to the study of functions in various forms.

  • Linear and Non-Linear Systems
  • Functions
  • Quadratic Functions
  • Polynomial Functions
  • Rational and other non-linear functions
  • Reasoning
  • Circle Geometry
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Personal Finance

Philosophy statement for teaching this course

Students will develop an understanding of the concepts of this course through gentle repetition and practice with the big ideas. Graphing calculators are an integral part of the course, and many topics will be illustrated using technology in different forms. Since this is a"pure" math course, much emphasis is placed on theory and symbolic manipulation, though applications and"real life problems" are part of the course as well. Many of the problems that make up the course are multi-step and will require the student to make connections and pull ideas together to solve these tasks. Students must be able to follow through using both their knowledge of the question at hand as well as all the algebraic manipulation skills required to arrive at a solution.

Prerequisites

A strong background in Math 10C (65% recommended) or equivalent will be needed for a student to be successful in Math 20-1.

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Math 20-1 workbook and solution manual

Purchased by Students

  • Graphing Calculator, TI83+ or 84+ recommended if you wish teacher support for your calculator
  • Students will need a scanner for submitting work.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

The class is organized around 18 weeks of lessons. Each week has 4 days of lessons and practice problems, and one test. For a student taking the course in one semester, this is ROUGHLY 8 hours of time working on math a week for 18 weeks. For a student taking the course over the entire year this is ROUGHLY 4 hours of time working on math each week for 36 weeks.

Description of student evaluations, quizzes and tests.

The course is made of weekly online checkpoints and weekly written lesson assignments.  In addition, there are 3 cumulative exams, a final project, and a final exam.

Lesson Assignments: 40%

Weekly Checkpoint Questions: 20%

3 Cumulative Tests: 15%

Final Cumulative Assignment: 10%

Final Exam: 15%

 

MATH 20-2

Summary of Course Content and Activities

Major Course Goals

• I can use proportional reasoning to solve problems

• I can use quadratic functions to model real-world problems.

• I can use quadratic equations to solve problems.  

• I can identify appropriate mathematical operations for radical expressions

• I can solve problems involving radical equations 

I can use inductive and deductive reasoning to develop and analyze problem-solving strategies.

• I can use reasoning to verify specific aspects of geometric designs. 

• I can solve triangle problems that do not involve right triangles.

• I can analyze data and use it to solve problems.

• I can determine the reliability of statistical claims.  

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week’s lessons: 

6 to 8 hours
 

Description of Student Evaluation, Quizzes and Tests 

For semester courses, there are two major grading periods, while for full year courses there are four major grading periods, one after each quarter. Assignments will make up 50% of your final grade, participation and completion of group discussion postings another 10%, your Module assessment tasks 15% and finally tests and quizzes making up 20%. There will also be a final exam at the end of this course 15%

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Principles of Math 11 Textbook

MATH 20-3

Summary of Course Content and Activities

This course is designed to teach practical math skills. There are 5 components to this course, which are:

1. Measurement

2. Geometry

3. Numbers

4. Algebra

5. Statistics

Prerequisites

Math 10C or Math 10-3

Materials and Resources

PROVIDED BY NSA

  • MathWorks 20 workbook

PROVIDED BY STUDENT

  • Calculator with the minimum of sine, cosine, tangent and exponent keys & a scanner for submitting work

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

The class is organized around 18 weeks of lessons. Each week has 4 days of lessons and practice problems. For a student taking the course in one semester, this is ROUGHLY 6-7 hours of time working on math a week for 18 weeks. For a student taking the course over the entire year, this is ROUGHLY 3-4 hours of time working on math each week for 36 weeks.

Description of student evaluations, quizzes and tests.

Students are required to submit weekly lessons, as well as a variety of other tests, quizzes and activities. 

MATH 30-1

Summary of Course Content and Activities

Math 30-1 is a rigorous, academic course that is made up of 3 main units: Relations & Functions, Trigonometry and Permutations, Combinations & the Binomial Theorem.  Course content is explored through daily lessons which include reading through notes/examples, watching videos and practice questions.  Students complete a weekly assignment, quizzes, practice activities, unit exams and a diploma exam.

Prerequisites

Students who have successfully completed Math 20-1 with a mark of 50% or better can take this course. However, it will be very challenging if your Math 20-1 mark was in the 50's or 60's.
This course is designed for students who

  • want to study mathematics or sciences at a university, college, or technical institute and go on to a related career.
  • plan to enter post-secondary programs such as engineering, mathematics, sciences, some business studies, or other programs that require advanced math skills.
  • have an ability to understand mathematics. This ability is a gift from God that should be developed.

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Pre-Calculus 12 Textbook

Purchased by Students

  • Graphing Calculator, TI83+ or 84+ recommended if you wish teacher support for your calculator
  • Students will need a scanner for submitting work.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

10-12 hours per lesson

MATH 30-2

Summary of Course Content and Activities

Mathematics 30-2 is the second course in the -2 course sequence (following Mathematics 20-2) and is intended to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical thinking skills needed for post-secondary studies that DO NOT require the study of calculus.

Topics include: Logic and Set Theory, Probability, Permutations, Combinations, and the Fundamental Counting Principle, Polynomials, Rational Expressions, Sinusoidal Functions and finally, Exponents and Logarithms. Students complete a weekly assignment, quizzes, practice activities, unit exams and a diploma exam.

Prerequisite 

Students who have successfully completed Math 20-1 or Math 20-2 with a mark of 50% or better can take this course. However, it will be very challenging if your Math 20-2 mark was in the 50's or 60's.

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Principles of Math 12 textbook

Provided by the student

  • a graphing calculator is required for this course. The TI83+ or TI84+ is recommended.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson:
8-10 hours per lesson

MATH 31

Summary of Course Content and Activities

Mathematics 31 is an introduction to calculus(the fun math). The Math 31 course is designed to introduce you to the mathematical methods of calculus.  The course acts as a link between the outcomes of Math 10-20-30 programs and the requirements of the mathematics encountered in post-secondary study.  Calculus is the mathematics of CHANGE.  The focus of the course is to examine functions that describe changing situations as opposed to more static situations encountered in previous mathematics. Activities in this course include a weekly assignment, quizzes, practice activities, unit exams and a final exam.

Prerequisites

A STRONG background in Math 30-1 will be needed for a student to be successful in Math 31.

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Calculus: A first Course Textbook

Purchased by Students

  • Students will need a scanner for submitting work.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

8-10 hours per lesson

School Notice

High School Enrollment/Withdrawal Deadline

- High School non primary registration closes Feb 29, 2024
- High School course withdrawal deadline is Feb 29, 2024.
After that date, there is a $200/course withdrawal fee