**Important Information**

Course Outline

Ministry of Education Math Apprenticeship & Workplace 11 curriculum

We are currently working on Chapter 7 – Personal Budgeting.

There will be a final exam on Monday, June 16 if there is school that day.

There was a Chapter 6 – Banking unit test on Tuesday, May 27.

The sippy cup project should have been completed by April 25.

The ramp project should have been completed by Tuesday, Feb. 18

The travel brochure should have been submitted Wed. Nov. 20.

The scale model Ikea tables should have been submitted Thursday, October 10.

**June 10**

We are working on budgeting and wrote a quiz on budgeting.

The final exam for the course will be on Monday, assuming there is no strike that day.

**June 6**

We are working on budgeting

There will be a quiz next day on percents of budgets.

The final

**June 4**

page 309 #2,4,5,6,8

**May 29**

Students should complete teh prior concepts worksheet for chapter 7.

Because of a teacher strike on Monday, I handed out reviews for teh slope chapter and the scale chapter. Next class will likely be on Wednesday.

**May 27**

Students wrote teh chapter 6 test.

Students must complete a draft budget for Mr. Hill’s family. We will see some more accurate numbers later.

**May 21**

Students have a loan payments quiz next class.

Students should complete the review worksheet.

There will be a Banking unit test on Tuesday, May 27.

**May 16**

Students have a loan payments quiz next class.

Students should complete the review worksheet.

There will be a Banking unit test on Tuesday, May 27.

**May 15**

Loan payments using the table in section 6.4 in the textbook.

Do #1 and 2 in the textbook.

**May 13**

More credit card practice

page 280 #1-7.

Worksheet on making only the minimum payments

There will be a credit card quiz next day.

**May 9**

We looked at using a credit card.

page 284 #1,2,4,6,7

**May 7**

Students wrote a quiz on compound and simple interest. No homework.

**May 5**

Complete the compound interest worksheet #2 for next class. There will be a quiz next day on simple interest, compound interest, and the rule of 72.

The sippy cup projects are now overdue.

**May 1**

Complete the compound interest worksheet.

The sippy cup projects are overdue now.

**Apr 29**

We practiced finding the cost of bank accounts and simple interest calculations. We wrote a quiz (although some people again were working on projects).

The sippy cup projects are overdue now.

**Apr 25**

Simple interest calculations

Students should finish the worksheet questions on Simple Interest. There is an answer key at the back that should be used to check your work.

Quiz next day.

Some people used the class time to work on the project because it was due today, and it is not completed!

Sippy Cup Project

**Apr 23**

We started looking at Chapter 6 – Finances.

Students handed in a worksheet at the end of class on bank fees and choosing the best bank account.

Sippy cup project due next class.

Sippy Cup Project

**Apr 17**

We wrote the Volume test.

Students should have handed in their draft calculations for their sippy cup project to Mr. Hill.

Sippy Cup Project

**Apr 14**

Complete the review pages for the volume test next class. Some students hadn’t handed in their draft surface area and volume calculations for the Sippy Cup project: bring those next day to show Mr. Hill.

Sippy Cup Project

Chapter 3b test on Thursday, April 17

**Apr 10**

Sippy Cup Project

Chapter 3b test on Thursday, April 17

**Apr 8**

Calculate the surface areas and volumes of your three designs.

Sippy Cup Project

Chapter 3b test on Thursday, April 17

**Apr 4**

Calculate the surface areas and volumes of your three designs. There will be a quiz on volumes next day.

Sippy Cup Project

**Apr 2**

Sphere worksheet #9-14

Pyramids/cones #1-4,8,13

Sippy Cup Project

**Mar 31**

We looked at volume of cylinders and prisms.

worksheet #1,3,5,6,8,12

Sippy Cup Project

**Mar 13**

Students wrote the area and surface area unit test.

We spent about 30 minutes working on the sippy cup packaging project.

**Mar 11**

We are preparing for the unit test that is next class. There was a review worksheet handed out for students who want more practice.

Chapter 3a test on Thursday, Mar. 13.

**Mar 9**

The class wrote a quiz on surface areas of 3d shapes.

We looked at how changing the size of a shape or the unit of measurement affects surface area.

Chapter 3a test on Thursday, Mar. 13.

**Mar 5**

We looked at calculating the area of parts of 3d shapes.

Complete the worksheet for next day. Quiz next day.

Chapter 3a test on Thursday, Mar. 13.

**Mar 3**

We looked at other 3d shapes: spheres, square-based pyramids, etc.

Complete the worksheet for next day.

**Feb 27**

We looked at area and surface areas of more complicated shapes.

Complete the worksheet for next day.

**Feb 25**

Complete your ramp project.

The end of term 2 is Friday. Get the ramp project in asap.

Students should complete the rectangular and triangular prisms worksheet for next class.

**Feb 20**

Complete your ramp project.

The end of term 2 is next Friday. Get the ramp project in asap.

Students should complete the rectangular and triangular nets area worksheet for next class.

**Feb 18**

Complete your ramp project.

The end of term 2 is next Friday. Get the ramp project in asap.

**Feb 14**

We spent today looking at the ramp project.

Tuesday will be the last day that we spend in class on the project.

**Feb 12**

There was a slope chapter test this class.

The ramp project should be completed by Tuesday, Feb. 19.

**Feb 7**

We worked on drawing nets for ramps, rates of change, and the project.

There will be a chapter 1 test next class (Wednesday, Feb. 12).

The ramp project should be completed by Tuesday, Feb. 19.

**Feb 5**

The class completed review worksheet 1.

Students investigated how to build a ramp that will be a specific size.

Students worked on the ramp project for this chapter.

There will be a chapter 1 test on Wednesday, Feb. 12.

**Feb 3**

The class wrote a quiz on rates of change. We began looking at the chapter 1 project, where students will need to make a set of five ramps that are built to specific specifications.

**Jan 30**

The class looked at rates of change on Grad Night from a couple years ago. There will be a second quiz on rates of change next day.

**Jan 28**

The class had the tournament.

There was an example of rates of change by using a Mazda MPV.

Complete the wedding dinner example.

**Jan 24**

Complete the u-Haul Rates of Change worksheet for next class.

Next day, we will have a tournament to determine the best player of the misère style game we played today.

**Jan 22**

We wrote a quiz on plotting points and determining slope of points.

We looked at rates of change.

Complete the worksheet for next class.

**Jan 20**

Students continued to look at the slope of a line or of two points. There will be a quiz next day.

Students should complete the worksheet.

We built the first ramps for the chapter 1 project.

**Jan 16**

Students continued to look at the slope of a line.

**Jan 14**

Slope quiz 2 today.

We started to look at the slope of lines that are graphed.

**Jan 10**

We wrote a slope quiz on slope = rise/run.

We reviewed the other measures of steepness. Complete the worksheet for next class. There will be a quiz next class.

**Jan 8**

There was a warm-up. We looked at other measures of steepness (angles and % grade). Students should do the Slope 2 worksheet for next day. There will be a quiz next class.

**Jan 6**

We started to look at slope. There was notes and a Slope 1 worksheet with an answer key on the back. Complete it for next day.

**Dec 17**

Students reviewed the entire year so far to get ready for the exam. There will be a December exam next class covering Scale, Graphing, and Trigonometry.

**Dec 13**

Students wrote the trigonometry test. I will have it marked by next class so that we can prepare for the December exam next week.

There will be a December exam on Thurs. Dec 19.

**Dec 11**

We wrote a quiz on the inverse trig ratios used to find the size of an angle. Students worked on a review worksheet to prepare for the trigonometry test next class. There will be a December exam on Thurs. Dec 19.

**Dec 9**

We practiced using the inverse trig ratios to find the size of an angle. We will have a quiz next day. Students should do #1a-f (but not c) on the review worksheet. There is an answer key on the back.

**Dec 5**

We wrote a quiz

We worked on using the inverse trig ratios to find the angle of a triangle. Complete teh worksheet for next day.

**Dec 3**

We continued trigonometry.

We looked at having two right triangles in a diagram, and at triangles that do not have a right triangle.

Complete all the questions on the worksheet.

There will be a quiz next class

**Dec 1**

We wrote a quiz using the trig tables.

We worked on a worksheet using the sine, cosine, and tangent ratios on our calculator.

**Nov 27**

We continued trigonometry.

There will be a quiz next class.

**Nov 25**

Today we started trigonometry.

You should be completed the brochure project.

Graph paper

Some students have not handed in their Ikea tables. The end of the term is coming up.

**Nov 18/20**

You should be working on the brochure project. It will be due as soon as possible.

Graph paper

Some students have not handed in their Ikea tables. The end of the term is coming up.

**Nov 14**

We wrote the graphing test today.

You shoulod be working on the brochure project. It will be due next Wednesday.

Some students have not handed in their Ikea tables.

**Nov 12**

We practiced for the chapter test that is next class and we worked on the brochure project.

**Nov 7**

Students worked on the questions in the histogram section of the textbook. We did a self-assessment of progress for brochure project and the Ikea table project.

Students got a review worksheet titled “Practice Chapter Test”.

The chapter test will be thursday of next week. We have three classes left in the computer lab to work on the brochure.

**Nov 5**

We wrote a quiz on using the appropriate type of graph.

We saw how using the past weather can give us numbers that we can use to make a histogram for. We went to the computer lab to work.

For next day, students should have the data that will let them graph all four types of graphs that we have seen (circle, line, bar, histogram). Students also should have at least one graph completed.

**Nov 1**

Quiz next class on types of graphs.

For next class, you should find 2 or 3 sets of data that you can make a bar graph, a broken line graph, and a circle graph. Record the data and the source of the data.

**Oct 30**

We reviewed the purpose of the 4 graphs that we have studied. We worked on our brochure project. We found picutres of our destination and we began to write some of the content of the brochure.

**Oct 28**

We tested our reaction times, and we made a histogram of reaction times in the 2012 Olympic games.

**Oct 23**

We continued working on graphing using Excel. Students who completed this investigated online graphing sites like NCES.ed.gov or chartgo.

We are beginning our chapter 2 project, so students need to choose a resort or travel destination in Canada.

**Oct 21**

Right-click on this file and select “Save as”.

Sample data for graphing

To view an answer key, click here.

**Oct 17**

We practiced our proportional reasoning (or cross-multiplying) and worked on circle graphs. Students should submit their circle graphs to Mr. Hill.

**Oct 15**

Students did page 80 #1,5,6,8

Students should submit their bar graphs on seats by BC political parties to Mr. Hill.

**Oct 10**

We started looking at types of graphs today. Students should submit the Ryan Kesler broken line graph to Mr. Hill when it is completed.

Page 68 in the textbook: #2a-c, 3a-d, 4a,d, 5b,c

**Oct 8**

Students wrote the chapter 5 test and worked on the Ikea tables.

The scale model Ikea tables should be submitted next class: Thursday, October 10.

**Oct 4**

Students work on their Ikea table projects. Students should be finishing up the planning for this so that they can get materials from Mr. Hill to start construction.

We also reviewed the topics from earlier in the unit: calculating scale and sizes as well as drawing.

The chapter 5 test will be next day on Tuesday, October 8.

The scale model Ikea tables will be submitted Thursday, October 10.

**Oct 10**

We looked at broken line graphs. Students graphed Ryan Kesler’s career for the Canucks. Students also did page 68 #2abc, 3abcd, 4ad, 5bc.

**Oct 8**

Students wrote the chapter 5 test.

The scale model Ikea tables should be submitted next class, Thursday, October 10.

**Oct 2**

The students wrote a drawing quiz and worked on their Ikea table projects.

The chapter 5 test will be on Tuesday, October 8.

The scale model Ikea tables will be submitted Thursday, October 10.

**Sept 30**

Students should complete the drawings on the back of the worksheet.

There will be a drawing quiz next day.

Block Isometric View Game:

http://www.fisme.science.uu.nl/toepassingen/02015/toepassing_wisweb.en.html

**Sept 26**

Students should do #1-3,5 on the one-point perspective worksheet.

Complete the front, top, and side view questions on the worksheet and also complete the drawings of your table.

**Sept 24**

Students should do #1-3,5 on the one-point perspective worksheet.

**Sept 19**

Students wrote quizzes on calculating the size of a copy or actual object given a scale. We started looking at scale drawing styles. Do #1,2,3a on the exploded diagrams worksheet.

**Sept 17**

We started looking at the Ikea Table project. We will have a quiz next class on scale and calculating sizes.

**Sept 13**

We finished the class with Scale quiz 1, so no homework.

**Sept 11**

Complete #2,5,6 on the Scale worksheet from the Nelson workbook.

There will be a scale quiz next class.

**Sept 9**

complete the Scale worksheet.

**Sept 5 and 6**

course outline

We worked on defining a classroom culture that is healthy, productive, and engaging. Striving for that culture will be a goal for our class each day for the rest of the year.

**Chapter 1 – Slope and Rate of Change**

“Slope occurs naturally in the world as well as in structures made by people. It affects the way we live, work, and play. In this chapter, you will learn how to use slope calculations to meet a need and to understand a relationship between two measurable quantities. You will use some familiar mathematics concepts, such as ratio, rate, trigonometry, and graphing, in a new context.” (MathWorks 11, page 10)

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

- 1A – manipulate the slope formula to calculate rise, run, and slope for a line or a physical object
- 1B – express slope as a ratio, angle, or percent grade
- 1C – explain, using examples the connection between slope and rates of change
- 1D – create and interpret line graphs and calculate rates of change

**Chapter 2 – Graphical Representations**

“In this chapter, you will explore different types of graphs, and discover how they are used in the workplace and in daily life. Graphs can be used to display data, and it is important to consider which type of graph best displays your message.” (MathWorks 11, page 54)

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

- 2A – create the following types of graphs without technology: bar graphs, histograms, line graphs, and circle graphs
- 2B – create the following types of graphs with technology: bar graphs, line graphs, and circle graphs
- 2C – determine the types of graphs that should be used to display data, and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each
- 2D – explain, using examples how different graphic representations of the same data set can be used to emphasize a point of view
- 2E – interpolate and extrapolate values from a graph

**Chapter 3 – Surface Area, Volume, and Capacity**

“Many of the objects that you see every day are common three-dimensional objects. The soccer ball you played with is a sphere, the ice cream cone you ate is a cone, and the cereal box that holds your breakfast is a rectangular prism. When your soccer ball was created, someone measured how much leather would be needed to cover the ball. When your cereal box was designed, someone measured the space inside to determine how much cereal it could hold.” (MathWorks 11, page 114)

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

- 3A – use and manipulate a formula to find the surface area of a 3-dimensional object
- 3B – determine the surface area of a composite shape, using a net, or other technique
- 3C – use and manipulate a formula to find the volume or capacity of a 3-dimensional object
- 3D – determine the volume or capacity of a composite shape
- 3E – solve problems that involve SI or imperial units in surface area, volume, or capacity measurements

**Chapter 4 – Trigonometry of Right Angles**

“Trigonometry – the mathematics of right triangles – has been used as a practical mathematical tool for thousands of years. Today, surveyors, carpenters, road builders, and metal fabricators are just some of the trades people who use trigonometry in their work.” (MathWorks 11, page 164)

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

- 4A – use the sine, cosine, and tangent ratios to solve problems with one right-angled triangle
- 4B – solve problems involving two right-angled triangles
- 4C – solve problems involving right-angled triangles in three dimensions
- 4D – solve problems involving angle of depression and angle of elevation

**Chapter 5 – Scale Representations**

“Have you ever read a map, sewed an article of clothing, built a model, or assembled a piece of furniture? Then you have likely used a scale represenation of a real object. In many workplaces, scale drawings or models are used to guide installation or assembly. Plumbers and carpenters, for example, often use drawings in their work. Builders and movie set crews are guided by models.

Who makes these drawings or models? They are created by people working in a variety of fields, including fashion, graphic, and interior design, surveying, and drafting, to name a few.” (MathWorks 11, page 208)

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

- 5A – determine the scale of a drawing or model, written in lowest terms, without decimals
- 5B – determine the dimensions of an object using a scale drawing or model
- 5C – model and draw objects from top, front, and side views
- 5D – draw objects using isometric dot paper
- 5E – draw objects using one-point perspective
- 5F – draw or describe objects exploded views or component parts of simple 3D objects

**Chapter 6 – Financial Services**

“There are probably things that you dream about buying one day. Maybe you want to save money for post-secondary education, buy a car or truck, or spend some money on entertainment clothes, or a new computer.

Whatever your goals are, whether they are big or small, it is important to understand how different services available from financial institutions can help you manage your money.” (MathWorks 11, page 252)

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

- 6A –
- 6B –
- 6C –
- 6D –

“In this chapter, you will learn the basics of budgeting and discover that budgets are a way to reach your personal goals.

Have you ever wanted to purchase something but found the item was too expensive? Perhaps you were looking at a new mountain bike or an MP3 player, but it cost more than you could afford. Maybe there is a computer graphics course you would like to take, but you don’t have the money saved for it.

A budget is your spending plan. Preparing and following a budget will allow you to live within your means, avoid the stress of debts, and give you the freedom to make choices with the money you have. Most importantly, a budget will all you to plan how to achieve your goals.” (MathWorks 11, page 300)

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

- 7A –
- 7B –
- 7C –
- 7D –