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Terry Thorimbert Math Award Winners

2016-2017
Pre-Calculus: Kyle Everitt
Foundations: Melissa Bone and Kyle Everitt
Workplace & Apprenticeship: Josh Tibayan

Introduction to Career Education 9

Change and Growth

CG9.1 – Plan for, demonstrate, and document improvements of one’s own capacity for building a positive self-image.

CG9.2 – Appraise one’s own abilities to respond positively to change and growth.

Connections to Community

CC9.1 – Utilize career information to construct an organized plan of career building which reflects an attitude and expectation of lifelong learning.

CC9.2 – Analyze and express one’s own understanding of how societal and economic needs influence the nature of paid and unpaid work.

Life and Work Plan

LW9.1 – Assess one’s own abilities to seek, obtain, and/or create work through researching successful strategies and applying them to one’s own life.

LW9.2 – Use acquired knowledge to create a plan for life and work based on one’s preferred future.

Final Reflection

Workplace and Apprenticeship 10

Prerequisite: Students must have successfully passed a regular Saskatchewan Learning Grade 9 Math Program.This course is the pre-requisite math class for the workplace and apprenticeship pathway. Content in this pathway was chosen to meet the needs of students intending to pursue careers in the trades and general workplaces.The topics in Workplace and Apprenticeship 10 are: Unit Pricing, Wages, Salaries, Deductions, Imperial System of Measurement and SI system of measurement and conversions between systems, Angles and Parallel Lines, Similar Figures, and Trigonometry.

WA10.5 Area and Surface Area

Workplace and Apprenticeship 20

Prerequisite: Students must have successfully passed the Workplace and Apprenticeship 10 Program.This course is the pre-requisite for Workplace and Apprenticeship 30.The topics in this course are: Slope and Rate of change, graphing, surface area, volume, trigonometry, scale representation, and financial servicing – personal loans, line of credit, personal budgeting

Math 20W Rubric

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WA20.5 Understanding 3-D Objects

Workplace and Apprenticeship 30

Prerequisite: WORKPLACE and APPRENTICESHIP 20.  The topics in this course are: reasoning, measurement, sine and cosine law, properties of polygons, transformations, finances, linear relations, measures of central tendency, percentiles, and probability.

Foundations/Pre-Calculus 10

Prerequisite: Students must have successfully passed a regular Saskatchewan Learning Grade 9 Math Program.This course is the pre-requisite math class for the foundations pathway and the pre-calculus pathway. Students will require a scientific calculator for all math courses.

The topics in Foundations and Pre-Calculus 10 are: Measurement, Trigonometry, Polynomials, Roots and Powers, Linear Relations, Linear Functions and Systems of Linear Equations.

Math 10C Rubric  |  Math Resource List

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Outcome 3B Surface Area and Volume

Foundations 20

Prerequisite: Students must have successfully passed the Foundations and Pre-calculus 10 Program.This course is the pre-requisite for Foundations 30. Content in this pathway was chosen to meet the needs of students intending to pursue careers in areas that typically require university, but are not math intensive, such as the humanities, fine arts, social sciences and nursing.

The topics in this course are: inductive and deductive reasoning; properties of angles and triangles; acute triangle trigonometry; oblique triangle trigonometry; statistical reasoning; systems of linear inequalities; quadratic functions and equations; and proportional reasoning;

Math 20F Rubric  |  Math Resource List

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Foundations 30

Prerequisite: FOUNDATIONS 20.The topics in this course are: finances, reasoning, set theory, odds and probability, combinatorics, functions, data collection and analysis

Math 30F Rubric  |  Math Resource List

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Pre-Calculus and Foundations 10

Prerequisite: Students must have successfully passed a regular Saskatchewan Learning Grade 9 Math Program.This course is the pre-requisite math class for the foundations pathway and the pre-calculus pathway. Students will require a scientific calculator for all math courses.

The topics in Foundations and Pre-Calculus 10 are: Measurement, Trigonometry, Polynomials, Roots and Powers, Linear Relations, Linear Functions and Systems of Linear Equations.

Math 10C Rubric  |  Math Resource List

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Outcome 3B Surface Area and Volume

Pre-Calculus 20

Prerequisite: Students must have successfully passed the Foundations and Pre-Calculus 10 Program.This course is the pre-requisite for Pre-calculus 30 and Calculus 30. Content in this pathway was chosen to meet the needs of students interested in pursuing careers in science-related areas.The topics in this course are: sequences and series; trigonometry; quadratic functions; quadratic equations; radical expressions and equations; rational expressions and equations; absolute value and reciprocal functions; systems of equations; linear and quadratic inequalities

Outcome 3a Quadratic Functions in Vertex Form

Outcome 6a Equivalent Rational Expressions

Outcome 7a Absolute Value

Outcome 7c Reciprocal Functions

Outcome 9b Single Variable Inequalities

Pre-Calculus 30

Prerequisite: PRE-CALCULUS 20This course is the pre-requisite for Calculus 30.The topics in this course are: angle measurement, trigonometry, trig functions, trig equations, trig identities, composition of functions, transformations, functions, logarithms, polynomial functions, radical and rational functions, permutations and combinations..

Math 30C Rubric  |  Math Resource List

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4a Radian Measure

Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus 30

The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the concepts of a first year university level Calculus course. Students will be introduced to the concepts of Differential Calculus. Emphasis will be placed on the rules and applications of differentiation, including the limit concept. Applications include: curve sketching, related rate and optimization problems and transcendental functions.

 

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Math 11

Prerequisite: One year of math at the Grade 9 level.Note: Students can register for this course upon the recommendation of the Math Department. Signed parent permission is required.This is a prerequisite for Math 21 and is designed for those students who have difficulty in mathematics. It does not qualify a student to take Math 20 & 30.

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Math 21

Prerequisite: Math 10 or Math 11. Students can register for this course upon the recommendation of the Math Department. Signed parent permission is required. Math 21 does not provide the requisite skills for a 30 level math class, but does meet the requirements for graduation.

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