**Important Information**

Course Outline

Ministry of Education June 2016 Math 9 curriculum

A large collection of Math 9 videos that are organized by textbook section is available on YouTube here. NB: I have not watched many of them.

We are currently working on Chapter 8é9 – Algebra – Solving Equations.

The Chapter 7 – Linear Relations test was on Mon. February 11 & Tues. February 12.

The Chapter 6 – Linear Relations test was on Mon. January 21 & Tues. January 22.

**Feb 13**

Block B:

Algebra – Solving Two-Step Equations

Worksheet

#1abc

#2 (choose 2)

#3,4

Choose 3 of #6,7,8,9,15

**Feb 11/12**

Chapter 7 – Linear Relations test

Complete the algebra worksheet for next class.

**Feb 7/8**

Complete the review worksheet.

Answer key here.

The Chapter 7 – Linear Relations test will be next class (on Mon. February 11 & Tues. February 12).

**Feb 5/6**

Complete the worksheet: “Multiplying Polynomials”

There will be a quiz next class.

The Chapter 7 – Linear Relations test will be on Mon. February 11 & Tues. February 12.

**Feb 1/4**

Complete the worksheet: “Writing Factored Forms” of expressions

**Jan 30/31**

7.3 – Dividing Polynomials by Monomials

p. 276 #4,8,9,11,12

**Jan 28/29**

7.2 – Multiplying Polynomials

p. 269 #4,8,12,18*,19*

There will be a quiz next class.

**Jan 23/24**

7.1 – Multiplying & Dividing Monomials

p. 260 #4,8,11,15, 17,18

**Jan 21/22**

The Chapter 6 – Linear Relations test today; complete the small worksheet on Chapter 3 and 5.

**Jan 17/18**

Graphing review – complete

Review worksheet key here.

The Chapter 6 – Linear Relations test will be next class (on Mon. January 21 & Tues. January 22).

**Jan 15/16**

Graphing worksheet – complete

There will be a quiz next class.

The Chapter 6 – Linear Relations test will be on Mon. January 21 & Tues. January 22.

**Jan 11/14**

Linear Equations worksheet

Blocks B and H: Do all

Block E: complete at least question 1

The Chapter 6 – Linear Relations test will be on Mon. January 21 & Tues. January 22.

**Jan 9/10**

Linear Relation activity

quiz next class.

**Jan 7/8**

6.3 – Equations from Graphs

Page 239

#6,8,10,11,12,13

**Dec 19/20**

6.2 – Graphs of Linear Relations

Page 226 #4-11

**Dec 17/18**

6.1 – Linear Relations day 2

Page 218 #10,12,14

**Dec 13/14**

6.1 – Linear Relations

Page 217 #5a-d, 6a-d, 7a-c, 10ab

**Dec 11/12**

Complete the Fractions worksheet

**Dec 7/10**

Chapter 5 – Intro to Polynomials test.

Complete the graphing linear relations worksheet

**Dec 5/6**

Review for test next class

Answer key for review worksheet here.

The Chapter 5 – Intro to Polynomials test will be on Fri. December 7 & Mon. December 10.

**Dec 3/4**

Writing Polynomial Equations to Solve Word Problems

Page 180 #21, 23, 24

Page 188 #18

Page 198 #20

There will be a quiz next class

The Chapter 5 – Intro to Polynomials test will be on Fri. December 7 & Mon. December 10.

**Nov 29/30**

More polynomial practice; no homework

**Nov 27/28**

5.3 – Adding & Subtracting Polynomials

Choose at least 4 of the following:

Page 196 #6,10,14,16,20,25

**Nov 26**

Block B:

Polynomial Vocabulary

pages 179 – 180 # 5, 8, 9, 16, 20a

pages 187 – 188 # 5, 7, 8, 11, 16

There will be a quiz next class.

**Nov 21**

Block B:

Intro to polynomials and algebra tiles. No homework.

**Nov 19**

Block B:

The Chapter 4 – Scale & Proportionality test. No homework.

**Nov 15**

Block B:

Complete the review worksheet

The Chapter 4 – Scale & Proportionality test will be on Mon. November 17.

**Nov 13**

Block B:

Page 150 #6,15

Page 157 #3,5,7,12,

There will be a quiz next class.

**Nov 8**

Block B:

4.3 – Similar Triangles

Page 150 #4,9,10,13,14

**Nov 6**

Block B:

4.2 – Scale and Scale Factors

Page 143 #5,6,7,8,10,11,14

There will be a quiz next class

**Nov 6**

Block B:

4.2 – Scale and Scale Factors

Page 143 #5,6,7,8,10,11,14

There will be a quiz next class

**November 2**

Block B:

4.1 – Enlargements & Reductions

page 136 #4,5,7,8,9,10,14*,17*

**Oct 31**

Block B:

We looked at copying a dollar bill at different scales.

Bring back the signed interim reports.

**Oct 29**

Block B:

Converting length measurements to different units

Essential # 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10,12,13

Typical and Extensions* # 2,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,13,14,18

Bring back the signed interim reports.

**Oct 23**

Block B:

Chapter 3 – Powers & Exponents test today.

Complete the fraction & death match questions.

Bring back the signed interim reports.

**Oct 25**

Block B:

No class today; it was pre-empted by a SafeTeen workshop.

**Oct 17**

Block B:

Quiz today.

Complete the review to prepare for the test next class.

The Chapter 3 – Powers & Exponents test will be on Tues. October 23.

Bring back the signed interim reports.

**Oct 15**

Block B:

3.4 – Solving Problems with Exponents

page 118#11,12,

There will be a quiz next class.

The Chapter 3 – Powers & Exponents test will be on Tues. October 23.

Bring back the signed interim reports.

**Oct 11**

Block B:

3.3 – Order of Operations

page 111 #11,12, I really like 5 and 6 as well, so try those too.

There will be a quiz next class.

Bring back the signed interim reports.

**Oct 9**

Block B:

Students worked on a worksheet covering topics from section 3.2 – Exponent Laws

There will be a quiz next class.

Students wrote reflections on the start of the year as interim reports that will be brought home for parents/guardians to see and sign.

**Oct 4**

Block B:

Students worked on ideas from section 3.1 again.

Self assessments and interim reports

**Oct 2**

Block B:

3.1 – Intro to Powers & Exponents

Page 97

option 1: #5,7,8,10

option 2: #7,8,9,10,15, 17

**Sept 28**

Block B:

Complete the rational numbers in decimal form for next class.

**Sept 26/27**

The Chapter 2 – Rational Numbers test

Also, rational numbers in decimal form:

page 60 #5,9,17

**Sept 24/25**

Rational Numbers in fraction form review

Worksheet #1-7

The Chapter 2 – Rational Numbers test will be on Wed. September 26 and Thurs. September 27.

**Sept 19/20**

Ordering Rational Numbers

page 51 #4,8,12,13,19

The Chapter 2 – Rational Numbers test will be on Wed. September 26 and Thurs. September 27.

**Sept 17/18**

Block A – complete the one question from the end of the lesson

There will be a quiz next day (add/subtract/multiply/divide, BEDMAS, pos&neg)

The Chapter 2 – Rational Numbers test will be on Wed. September 26 and Thurs. September 27.

**Sept 13/14**

Complete one of the dividing puzzles and the Who I Am page

The Chapter 2 – Rational Numbers test will be on Wed. September 26 and Thurs. September 27.

**Sept 11/12**

Students worked on multiplying fractions. Complete:

1. One of the puzzles

2. The Who I Am page

**Sept 7/10**

Students worked on number lines & adding/subtracting fractions.

Complete:

1. The number line worksheet

2. One of the fraction puzzles. Show your work on a separate piece of paper.

**Sept 5/6**

Students worked on the taxman problem. No homework.

**Topics to be covered this year:**

**Chapter 1 – Area & Surface Area**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 1A –
- 1B –
- 1C – determine the area and perimeter of composite 2-dimensional shapes
- 1D – determine the surface area of composite 3-dimensional shapes
- 1E – explain how the symmetry of a 3-dimensional object can be used to simplify surface area

**Chapter 2 – Rational Numbers in Fraction Form**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 2A – compare and order rational numbers
- 2B – solve problems that involve operations (+,-,×,÷) on rational numbers
- 2C – explain and apply the order of operations
- 2D – determine the square root of a rational number made with products or ratios of perfect squares
- 2E – determine whether a square root will be rational or irrational

**Chapter 3 – Powers and Exponents**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 3A – represent repeated multiplication using powers and vice versa
- 3B – use patterns to show that a power with an exponent of one is equal to the base and a power with an exponent of zero is equal to one
- 3C – apply the exponent laws:

- 3D – solve problems involving powers

**Chapter 4 – Scale Factors, Similarity, & Proportionality**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 4A – draw an enlargement or reduction to scale
- 4B – explain given shapes are similar to each other or not
- 4C – calculate the scale factor of an enlargement or reduction
- 4D – calculate the length of a side of a polygon when we know the size of a similar one
- 4E – convert linear measurements from one unit to another (e.g. cm to mm)

**Chapter 5 – Introduction to Polynomials**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 5A – describe a polynomial using the appropriate vocabulary
- 5B – use algebra tiles to represent a given polynomial and vice versa
- 5C – use algebra tiles to represent the addition and subtraction of polynomials
- 5D – add or subtract polynomials symbolically (i.e. written “mathematically”)
- 5E – create an algebraic expression representing a situation

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 6A – identify and describe a written, pictorial, or table-based pattern
- 6B – write a linear equation for a given pattern or context
- 6C – use a linear equation to solve problems
- 6D – graph a linear relation
- 6E – use a graph to interpolate or extrapolate to solve problems

**Chapter 7 – Multiplying and Dividing Polynomials**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 7A – multiply and divide monomials symbolically
- 7B – use algebra tiles to represent the multiplication and division of monomials
- 7C – multiply polynomials by monomials
- 7D – divide polynomials by monomials

**Chapter 8/9 – Algebra: Solving Equations & Inequalities**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 8A – add and subtract monomials (see combining like terms in chapter 5)
- 8B – multiply and divide monomials and polynomials (see chapter 7)
- 8C – apply appropriate strategies to solve for a variable, including doing teh opposite operation in SAMDEB order
- 8D – create an equation for a word problem, pattern, or other situation (see chapters 5 and 6)
- 8E – solve word problems, patterns, or other situations that you have modeled with an equation
- 8F – check to see whether a solution to an equation is correct
- 9A – represent linear inequalities verbally, algebraically, and graphically on a number line
- 9B – solve linear inequalities and determine if a value is a possible solution

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 11A – describe the effect of bias, use of language, ethics, cost, time and timing, privacy, and cultural sensitivity on the collection of data
- 11B – describe the effects of choosing a sample or a population for given situations
- 11C – develop and implement a project plan for the collection, display, and analysis of data
- 11D – analyze the results of a survey

**Chapter 12 – Finances & Budgeting**

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to…

- 12A –
- 12B –
- 12C –
- 12D –