Unit 3 - Functions 

Schedule of Activities/Topics
   May 21 - 25, 2018
  * end of the year reflection

  * compound events probability

  * compare and analyze the theoretical probability

The Event Planning Activity Task Sheet

The Event Planning Activity Follow Up Task Sheet 

Criterion B (Investigating Patterns) - May 24th

Criterion A (Knowledge & Understanding) - May 31st

Topics:

  1) probability

  2) theoretical probability

  3) sample space (tree diagram)

  4) compound events

  5) experimental events


Learning Resources:

   probability intropresentation

  sample space and tree diagram presentation



      ATL (Approaches to Learning):
            * Self-management Skills ( Demonstrate persistence and perseverance.)
            * Thinking Skills: (Propose and evaluate a variety of solutions.)


MYP Assessment Objectives:
 Criterion A (Knowing and Understanding) -
    i. select appropriate mathematics when solving problems
    ii. apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving problems
   iii. solve problems correctly in both familiar and unfamiliar situations in a variety of contexts 
 Criterion B (Investigating Patterns)
    i. select and apply mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover complex patterns
    ii. describe patterns as relationships and/or general rules consistent with findings
Criterion C (Communicating)
  iii. move between different forms of mathematical representation
   iv. organize information using a logical structure

Math Concepts/Skills:
solve multi-step equations                          solve inequality                              find the slope/gradient
understand x & y-intercepts                       write equations                              graph linear functions
graph simultaneous equations      
         
    

 

Learning Resources

solving a multi-step equation using distributive property (presentation, video)

solving equations with fractions (presentation)

Solve and graph simple inequality (presentation)

solve and graph compound inequality (presentation)

Forming Equations of Inequality in Real-Life (presentation)

The Lift Problem - Criterion C (presentation)

Slope/Gradient Presentation

Graph linear equation (table of values & intercepts) presentation

Graph Linear Linear Function (y = mx + b) presentation

Real-Life Application Presentation

Linear Function Review Set 1

Writing Equation Given 2 Points Presentation

Data Organization and Analysis Presentation

Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion Presentation

Correlation Coefficient Presentation 

 

 

 

Unit 2 - Simplify Me!

ATL: Understand and use mathematical notations (communication)
             Make effective summary notes for studying. (communication)

 MYP Assessment Objectives:
 Criterion A (Knowing and Understanding) -
   
i. select appropriate mathematics when solving problems
    ii. apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving problems
   iii
. solve problems correctly in both familiar and unfamiliar situations in a variety of contexts 
 Criterion B (Investigating) -
 
 ii. describe patterns as relationships and/or general rules consistent with findings
    iv
. verify and justify relationships and/or general rules
 

Math Concepts:
Algebra Vocabulary                                                            Radicals (Square roots, Cube roots etc)
Writing algebraic expressions                                            Pythagorean Theorem
simplifying algebraic expressions                                      Simplifying radical expressions
Laws of Exponents
Scientific Notation


Learning Resources:
Algebra Vocabulary

Product Notation Presentation

Combine Like Terms Presentation

Simplifying Expressions (Product Notation) Presentation

Intro to Investigation (Suggest, describe, verify) presentation

Investigation #2 (Multiplication of Exponents) Presentation

Zero and Negative Exponents

Distributive Property

Multiplying and simplifying binomials

Multiplying and Dividing Scientific Notation

 

Unit 1 - Measurement and Transformation

MYP Assessment Objectives:
 Criterion A (Knowing and Understanding) -
   i. select appropriate mathematics when solving problems
    ii. apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving problems
   iii. solve problems correctly in both familiar and unfamiliar situations in a variety of contexts
 Criterion C (Communicating) -
     i. use appropriate mathematical language (notations, symbols, and terminology) in both oral and written
         explanations
    iv. communicate complete and coherent mathematical lines of reasoning
 Criterion D (Applying Mathematics in Real-life Context) -
    ii. select appropriate mathematical strategies when solving authentic real-life situations
   iii. apply the selected mathematical strategies successfully to reach a solution 


Math Concepts:
 perimeter
area and surface area
volume
transformation ( rotation, translation, reflection, dilation)

 

Learning Resources

 

   Circumference and Area of a Circle video                           Circumference and Area Presentation                 Measurement workbook

   Area of rectangle video                                                      Area of Composite Shapes presentation            

   Area of triangle video                                                Surface Area of Cones and Spheres Presentation         SA Cone & Sphere Practice

   Area of trapezoid video                                               Volume of Prism Presentation                                    Volume of Prism Practice Sheet

   Area of composite shape video                                     Volume of Pointed Figures Presentation                     Volume of Pointed figures Practice

   Surface Area of Prisms video                                       Volume of a Sphere Presentation

   Surface Area of Cylinders video

   Surface Area of a Cone video

   Surface Area of a Sphere video

   Volume of Prisms video

   Volume of Pointed Figures video

   Volume of a Sphere video

   Translation Video

   Reflection Video

   Rotation Video

   Dilation Video

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