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Course Outline

Ministry of Education *Draft* Math Workplace 11 curriculum (June 2016)

**Enjoy the summer!**

We are currently working on Chapter 1 – Final Exam Review.

The Chapter 7 – Personal Budgeting unit test was on Tuesday, May 23 and Wednesday, May 24.

The Final Exam will cover the entire year:

– Block C: Friday, June 16.

– Block E: Monday, June 19.

Marks cut-off for any late or unwritten quizzes or tests to be written was Friday, June 9.

**June 9/12**

Surface Area and Volume review

**June 7/8**

Money & Graphing review

**June 6**

Block C: Scale review

**June 5**

Block E: Repairs and Leasing costs

**June 2**

Block C: Complete the scale review worksheet.

**June 1**

Block E Complete three questions on the fuel costs worksheet.

The Final Exam will cover the entire year:

– Block C: Friday, June 16.

– Block E: Monday, June 19.

Marks cut-off for any late or unwritten quizzes or tests to be written will be Friday, June 9 at 3:30 pm.

**May 31**

Block C – Repairs and Leasing costs

**May 30**

Block E complete the car purchase worksheet

**May 29**

Block C complete the fuel costs worksheet.

**May 25/26**

Submit all missing assignments.

Complete the scale and rates of change worksheet.

Block C complete the fuel costs worksheet as well.

**May 23/24**

The Hill Household Budgeting Project is due now.

The Chapter 7 – Personal Budgeting unit test was today.

Students were given a Chapter 1 – Scale and Rates of Change review worksheet.

**May 17/18**

All three parts of the Hill Household Budgeting must be completed by the end of next class.

The Chapter 7 – Personal Budgeting unit test will be on Tuesday, May 23 and Wednesday, May 24.

**May 15/16**

All three parts of the Hill Household Budgeting must be completed by the end of next class.

The Chapter 7 – Personal Budgeting unit test will be on Tuesday, May 23 and Wednesday, May 24.

**May 10/11**

Mr. Hill’s household family budget.

Assess the household’s needs/wants to create a balanced monthly budget.

**May 8/9**

Mr. Hill’s household family budget.

Assess the household’s needs/wants to create a balanced monthly budget.

**May 4/5**

Mr. Hill’s household family budget.

Create 10-30 categories of spending to analyze a month of expenses. Fit all expenses into the categories, and determine the total money spent in each category.

**May 2/3**

7.1 Income and Expenses Worksheet

#3,4,5,7,8

There will be a quiz next class on budgeting and percents of budgets.

**Apr 28/May 1**

Complete the average expenses for Kate and create a circle graph for Gabriella

**Apr 26**

Block E – Text page 309 #2,4,5,6,8

**Apr 24**

Block E – Prior skills worksheet.

**Apr 20/21**

Chapter test today

**Apr 18/19**

Students wrote a credit card and loan quiz. They investigated some of the online calculators that are available for people.

Be ready for the unit test next class.

The Chapter 6 – Financial Services unit test will be on Thursday, Apr 20 and Friday, Apr 21.

**Apr 12/13**

Complete the review worksheet.

There will be a quiz on credit cards and loan repayment next class.

The Chapter 6 – Financial Services unit test will be on Thursday, Apr 20 and Friday, Apr 21.

**Apr 10/11**

Loan repayments

Fill in the blanks from page 288 – 289

Page 295 #1,2

**Apr 6/7**

Credit cards day 2

page 280 #1-7

page 284 #1-7

Credit card debate from the CBC: The Bottom Line

**Apr 4/5**

There was a quiz today on bank accounts, and simple and compound interest.

Credit cards

Read p. 279, then do page 280 #1-7

**Mar 31/Apr 3**

Complete the Rule of 72 and Interest with Payments worksheet.

There will be a quiz next class on bank accounts, and simple and compound interest.

**Mar 29/30**

There will be a quiz on Tuesday/Wednesday on bank accounts, and simple and compound interest.

**Mar 27/28**

Complete the worksheet to practice bank accounts and simple interest.

**Mar 9/10**

Sippy cup project work day. Completed projects were submitted at the end of the block. Complete the compound interest worksheet over spring break, if you haven’t finished it yet.

**Mar 7/8**

Compound interest worksheet. Complete this week or on spring break.

The sippy cup project will be completed before Spring Break.

**Mar 3/6**

We compared simple interest to compound interest

The sippy cup project will be completed before Spring Break.

**Mar 1/2**

Simple Interest worksheet

#1-9

**Feb 20/21**

We saw the Sippy Cup project

The Chapter 3B – Volume & Capacity unit test was today.

**Feb 16/17**

Quiz today

Complete the review worksheet

The Chapter 3B – Volume & Capacity unit test will be on Monday, Feb 20 and Tuesday, Feb 21.

**Feb 14/15**

Volume & Proportional Reasoning worksheet

Essential – #1-11, 18*

Typical and Extensions* – #1-5, 9-11, 15,16, 18,19*

There will be a quiz next class

The Chapter 3B – Volume & Capacity unit test will be on Friday, Feb 18 and Monday, Feb 21.

**Feb 9/10**

Converting units and changing dimensions.

No homework

The Chapter 3B – Volume & Capacity unit test will be on Friday, Feb 18 and Monday, Feb 21.

**Feb 7/8**

Students wrote a volume quiz.

Converting units worksheet

p.31 #1ab

p.32 #2,3

p.35 #1

**Feb 3/4**

More algebra and composite shapes.

There will be a quiz on next class.

**Feb 1/2**

Cones, Pyramids, and Spheres

#1,3,4,5,8,9,10,11

There will be a quiz on Tues Feb 7/Wed Feb 8.

**Jan 27/31**

Composite Solids and Algebra

#1,3,5,6,7,9,12,13*

There will be a quiz on Friday Feb 3/Monday Feb 6.

**Jan 25/26**

Block C: Complete at least 10 questions from the KUTA software Prism and Cylinder volume worksheet for next class.

**Jan 23/24**

The Chapter 3A – Area & Surface Area unit test.

Complete the volume worksheet for next class.

**Jan 19/20**

Students worked in groups on areas and surface areas. No homework.

The Chapter 3A – Area & Surface Area unit test will be on Monday, Jan 23 and Tuesday, Jan 24.

**Jan 17/18**

Complete 6 of the composite surface area question on the worksheet.

There will be a quiz next class.

The Chapter 3A – Area & Surface Area unit test will be on Monday, Jan 23 and Tuesday, Jan 24.

**Jan 5/6**

Students worked in groups on areas and surface areas. No homework.

**Jan 3/4**

Complete the area and surface area worksheets.

– the measuring one

– the rectangular and triangular prism one

– the cylinder one

**Dec 14/15**

Students wrote the graphing unit test. Block C will have the multiple choice part of the test on Friday.

**Dec 12/13**

Complete and hand in the Reaction Time Lab and a Canucks histogram.

The Chapter 2 – Graphing unit test will be on Wednesday, Dec 14 and Thursday, Dec 15.

**Dec 8/9**

Complete and hand in the Reaction Time Lab. There is a Canucks histogram to hand in as well.

There will be a quiz on types of graphs on Dec.12/13

The Chapter 2 – Graphing unit test will be on Wednesday, Dec 14 and Thursday, Dec 15.

**Dec 6/7**

Complete and hand in the Reaction Time Lab.

There will be a quiz on types of graphs on Dec.12/13

The Chapter 2 – Graphing unit test will be on Wednesday, Dec 14 and Thursday, Dec 15.

**Dec 1/2**

Complete and hand in the Canucks circle graph.

There will be a quiz on types of graphs on Dec.12/13

The Chapter 2 – Graphing unit test will be on Wednesday, Dec 14 and Thursday, Dec 15.

**Nov 29/30**

Complete the textbook practice for bar graphs

Complete and hand in the BC political bar graph.

**Nov 25/28**

Complete the textbook practice for broken-line graphs

Complete and hand in the Bob/Rob double broken-line graph.

**Nov 23/24**

Students wrote a Slope test. No homework.

Marks cut off for term 1 (and deadline for table projects) is 3:30 Friday, Nov 25.

**Nov 21/22**

Students wrote a rates of change quiz and worked on a review worksheet. test next class.

The Chapter 1 – Slope and Rates of Change unit test will be on Wednesday, Nov 23 and Thursday, Nov 24.

Marks cut off for term 1 (and deadline for table projects) is 3:30 Friday, Nov 25.

**Nov 17/18**

Students have a U-Haul and a Temperatures rates of change worksheets to complete.

There will be a quiz on Mon and Tuesday next week.

The Chapter 1 – Slope and Rates of Change unit test will be on Wednesday, Nov 23 and Thursday, Nov 24.

Marks cut off for term 1 (and deadline for table projects) is 3:30 Friday, Nov 25.

**Nov 15/16**

Students have a U-Haul rates of change worksheet to complete. There will be a quiz on Mon and Tuesday next week.

The Chapter 1 – Slope and Rates of Change unit test will be on Wednesday, Nov 23 and Thursday, Nov 24.

Marks cut off for term 1 (and deadline for table projects) is 3:30 Friday, Nov 25.

**Nov 10/14**

Students wrote a slope quiz and worked on a rates of change worksheet.

The Chapter 1 – Slope and Rates of Change unit test will be on Wednesday, Nov 23 and Thursday, Nov 24.

**Nov 2/3**

Complete the two questions on the worksheet.

There will be a slope quiz on Tues. Nov 8 and Wed Nov 9 .

**Oct 31/Nov 1**

Complete the two questions on the worksheet.

**Oct 27/28**

Complete the pitch and percent grade worksheet. ***skip the question on the back that has the angles measured in degrees.

**Oct 25/26**

Complete the slope worksheet.

**Oct 13-20**

Students have been given five times to work on the table projects, including three entire classes. Students willl have to work on the projects outside of class time.

**Oct 11/12**

Students wrote a Chapter 5 – Scale Representations unit test.

Complete the Ratios worksheet.

**Oct 6/7**

The class had a third opportunity to work on the table project.

Complete the Scale and Length review worksheet.

There will be a Chapter 5 – Scale Representations unit test on Tuesday, Oct 11 and Wednesday, Oct 12.

**Oct 4/5**

We practiced drawing and worked on the table project.

There will be a drawing quiz next class.

There will be a Chapter 5 – Scale Representations unit test on Tuesday, Oct 11 and Wednesday, Oct 12.

**Sept 30/Oct 3**

Students worked on orthographic (front/top/side views) projections.

Start with Building with Three Sides

After you have made those shapes, try some more difficult ones.

There will be a drawing quiz in two classes.

There will be a Chapter 5 – Scale Representations unit test on Tuesday, Oct 11 and Wednesday, Oct 12.

**Sept 28/29**

Students worked on isometric projections.

Scale model project started. Teacher model.

Students should know how many pieces are needed to construct the table and should be beginning to determine the sizes of each piece.

**Sept 26/27**

Exploded Diagrams worksheet. #1,2,3abc

Scale model project started. Teacher model.

**Sept 21/22**

Complete the One-Point Projection worksheet.

The second quiz will be Mon/Tues, Sep 26/27.

Scale model project started. Teacher model.

**Sept 19/20**

Map Worksheet.

The second quiz will be Mon/Tues, Sep 26/27.

Scale model project started. Teacher model.

**Sept 15/16**

Complete the scale worksheet. There will be a quiz next class on calculating sizes and scale.

There will be a quiz next class.

**Sept 13/14**

Worksheet 2: Calculating Scale Statements

Choose a level and complete the questions on it.

Essential: #1-9

Typical: #4,5,7-12,13*

There will be a quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sep 19/20.

**Sept 9/12**

Worksheet 1: Calculating Sizes Using Scale

Choose a level and complete the questions on it.

Essential: 1,2,3,6,8,9,10

Typical: 4,8,10,11,12,13,14*

**Sept 7 and 8**

Students worked in groups to build the tallest tower possible using materials of their choice. Later, they drew scale models of the towers.

**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 –