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Foundations of Mathematics 11

 

Introduction:

Prerequisite:  Foundations and Pre-Calculus 10 Math  

This pathway is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for Post-secondary studies in programs that do not require the study of theoretical calculus. Topics include financial mathematics, geometry, measurement, number, logical reasoning, relations and functions, statistics and probability.

 

Course Layout:

Topic

Learning Activities

(% of Learning Activities)

Course Completion Milestones

Unit 1:

INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVE REASONING

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 1--Send-In Assignment (6)

Unit 1--10%

Unit 2:

PROPERTIES OF ANGLES AND TRIANGLES

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 2--Send-In Assignment (6)
  • Module 1 Exam Units 1/2 (7.5)

Unit 2--17.5%

Unit 3:

NON-RIGHT ANGLED TRIANGLE TRIGONOMETRY

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 3--Send-In Assignment (8)

Unit 3--12%

Unit 4:

SYSTEM OF LINEAR INEQUALITIES

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 4--Send-In Assignment (6)
  • Module2 Exam Units 3/4 (7.5)

Unit 4--17.5%

Unit 5:

QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS AND EQUATIONS

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 5--Send-In Assignment (6)
  • Module 3 Exam Unit 5 (5)

Unit 2--15%

Unit 6:

PROPORTIONAL REASONING

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 6--Send-In Assignment (8)

Unit 6--12%

UNIT 7:

STATISTICAL REASONING

  • Unit Lessons (2)
  • Practice Activities (2)
  • Unit 7--Send-In Assignment (6)
  • Module 4 Exam Units 6/7 (7.5)

Unit 7--17.5%

     





Delivery and Support:

  • Online Only. Teacher and leaner work together in Moodle. The course is self-paced. Leaners may start any time.
  • Each Unit has a series of lessons and a Send-In assignment.
  • Module exams are invigilated exams that are arranged with your test supervisor. For Information please refer to the NCDES Website/Resourses & Information/Exam Supervision Form  or the Introductory Course Email(Course teacher sent you).

 

Communication:

  • Students/Teacher may use Email, Moodle Message or telephone. Feedback for marked assignments and exams is done in Moodle through the GradeBook section.


Resources:

  • A Graphing calculator is required. A Texas Instrument Ti 83/84, 83/84 Plus or newer model is recommended.
  • There is no required textbook for this course.
  • The ability to print and scan material.

 

Assessment:

  • Unit Assignments 50%
  • Module Exams 50%
  • Achievement is assessed as a measure of achievement relative to Ministry prescribed learning outcomes. These can be viewed by clicking the link. 
  • Curriculum may be viewed within the Ministry of Education Integrated Resource Package.

     


Credits: 4


Technical Requirements:


Browser: Firefox or Chrome recommended
Internet: Cable or ADSL 

Additional Software: Adobe Reader, full Flash and Java support, an office suite, ability to play audio and video files
For additional information on computer requirements, please refer to the Computer Requirements and Standards section under Resources & Information on our home page, and to the contents of the Introductory Orientation Course.

For definitions of some terms please refer to our glossary.