Math

Class 82 has Math with Ms.McDonald. On this is the page where you can find the links to the lessons we will be and have learned this year in Mathematics. You'll be able to find the Mathematics homework worksheets and more in the file cabinet below. If you want to go to the Math textbook, HERE is the link. You will be able to do Quick Mefs trust me...




Here is the outline for our year in Math with Ms. McDonald :

Term 1: Begin September with:


1. Number sense

□ Rounding

□ Place value

□ Expanded form using powers of ten

□ Multiplying and Dividing by base tens

□ Scientific notation

□ Metric conversions

□ Prime and composite numbers

□ Prime factor ladders – looking for the prime factors of whole numbers

□ Square roots

□ Imperfect squares

□ Perfect squares

□ Squares

□ Integers

□ Adding integers (concrete and numerical models)

□ Subtracting integers (concrete and numerical models)

□ Multiplying integers (concrete and numerical models)

□ Dividing integers (concrete and numerical models)

□ Order of operations with integers

□ Solving problems with integers


2. Measurement - Circles

□ Radius of a circle formula (r = d/2)

□ Diameter of a circle formula (d=2r or d=C/π)

□ Circumference of a circle formula (C=πd or C=2πr)

□ Area of a circle formula (A = πr²)

□ Value of π (pi)

□ sentences (“little ones”) for all questions. If asked a question, full

sentence in words is required.

□ Round to the nearest tenth

□ Solving circle problems





3. Geometry - Angle Relationships

□ Complementary angles

□ Supplementary angles

□ Opposite angles

□ Transversals

□ Co-interior angles

□ Alternate angles

□ Corresponding angles

□ Show all work when calculating an unknown angle measure.


4. Probability

□ tree diagrams (titles underlined and there must be an outcomes column)

□ P(event) = fraction = decimal = percent

□ Odds in favour of an event (favourable : unfavourable)

□ Odds against an event (unfavourable : favourable)


4b. Data Management (continue after Winter Break)

□ Spend a lesson on reviewing graphs (circle, bar, line, pictograph)

□ Relate census and sample

□Measures of central tendancy

□ Inferring and Evaluating data

□ Scatter plots

□ Shape of Data

□ Stem and Leaf Charts / Frequency Tables / Histograms


Term 2: Begin at end of January with:


5. Patterning

□ Four models – concrete, graphical, numerical, and pattern rule

□ Term & Value t-charts

□ Iterative rule

□ Explicit rule

□ Linear vs Non-linear graphs


6. Algebra

□ Solving equations with multiple steps concretely (with the step-by-step

process in both words and algebra tiles) – a check must be present

□ Solving equations with multiple steps numerically – a check must be

present

□ Balance problems (showing all your work)

□ Solving word problems in Algebra (Need a “Let” statement(s), your

equation, a check, and a therefore sentence)


7. Number Sense – Fractions

□ Adding fractions

□ Subtracting fractions

□ Multiplying fractions (concrete and numerical models)

□ Dividing fractions (concrete and numerical models)

□ Order of operations with fractions

□ Solving fraction problems

8. Number Sense – Proportional Reasoning

□ Ratios

□ Rates

□ Proportions

□ Word problems with proportional reasoning



9. Geometry - Pythagorean Theorem

□ Labeling a right angle triangle first with a (leg), b (leg), c (hypotenuse).

□ Using the formula a² + b² = c² (and being able to isolate legs if necessary)

for both length and area.

□ Using units of measurement

□ Rounding to the nearest hundredth

□ Using therefore sentences at all times.

□ Solving Pythagorean problems


10. Measurement – Cylinders

□ Surface area of cylinders

□ Volume of cylinders

□ Problems that include the SA and V of cylinders