Mark Swiednicki

Math 9

This math 10 course is aimed at students heading straight into the work force after graduation or intending to pursue an apprenticeship or trade. This course will focus market place, measurement and geometry skills. AWP Math 10 is a prerequisite for AWP Math 11.

Students use headphones or speakers to hear narration and explanation while the material is presented online. Students have complete control over the pace at which they learn the lessonâ€”lessons can be paused, resumed, and repeated using simple navigation buttons. Examples are interactive with animated step-by-step flash and video whiteboard solutions. The assignments and tests however are done by hand and submitted either electronically or by mail.

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Student Paced

There is a send-in assignment after each of the seven units. There are four tests.

SIDES teacher to provide face to face, telephone, e-mail or online support.

Students need a scientific calculator

UNIT ONE - UNIT PRICING AND CURRENCY EXCHANGE

Lesson one: Proportional Reasoning

Lesson two: Unit prices

Lesson three: Determining selling and calculating sale prices

Lesson four: Currency exchange rates

UNIT TWO - EMPLOYMENT AND THE WORKFORCE

Lesson one: Wages and Salaries

Lesson two: Self employment

Lesson three: Income tax, Deductions and Net pay

UNIT THREE - MEASUREMENT OF LENGTH, AREA, AND VOLUME

Lesson one: Linear measurement using Metric measurement

Lesson two: Linear measurement using Imperial measurement

Lesson three: Converting one system to the other

Lesson four: Surface area of 2D and 3D shapes

Lesson five: Volume

UNIT FOUR - MASS, TEMPERATURE AND VOLUME

Lesson one: Converting temperatures

Lesson two: Calculating mass using Metric system

Lesson three: Calculating mass using Imperial system

Lesson four: Converting one system to the other

UNIT FIVE - PARALLEL LINES, TRANSVERSALS AND ANGLE MEASUREMENT

Lesson one: Measuring, constructing, and estimating angles

Lesson two: Angle bisectors and Perpendicular lines

Lesson three: Non-Parallel lines and Transversals

Lesson four: Parallel lines and Transversals

UNIT SIX - POLYGONS

Lesson one: Regular and Irregular Polygons

Lesson two: Investigating Similar Polygons

Lesson three: Constructing Similar Polygons

Lesson four: Similar triangles

Lesson five: Problems involving Similar Polygons

UNIT SEVEN - TRIGONOMETRY

Lesson one: Pythagorean Theorem

Lesson two: The Sine ratio

Lesson three: The Cosine ratio

Lesson four: The Tangent ratio

Lesson five: Using trigonometry to solve right triangles

Click here to view the Prescribed Learning Outcomes (PLOs) within the Integrated Resource Package (IRP)for this course.