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Mathematics 7​

April 27, 2021

The Instructor for this course is Leona McLeod.

Course History

First Offered in 2017

Developed by Conrad Brassard

Curriculum Guide

The aim of the K-12 Mathematics program is to prepare individuals who value mathematics and appreciate its role in society. The K-12 Mathematics curricula are designed to prepare students to cope confidently and competently with everyday situations that demand the use of mathematical concepts including interpreting quantitative information, estimating, performing calculations mentally, measuring, understanding spatial relationships, and problem solving. The Mathematics program is intended to stimulate the spirit of inquiry within the context of mathematical thinking and reasoning."

Mathematics 7 Aims and Goals:

Mathematics 7 is part of the core curriculum for this grade.  Students will explore this course through independent studies, mathematical interactive games, simulations and investigations on the following topics.

Course Information / Credit Recovery Units

Unit 1 Patterns and Relations – (5 weeks)

Divisibility Strategies (1 week)

Equations and Expressions (2 weeks)

Oral and Written Patterns (2 weeks)

Unit 2 Integers – (3 weeks)

Adding and Subtracting Integers (3 weeks)

Unit 3 Fractions, Decimals and Percents – (6 weeks)

Decimals, Fractions and Whole Numbers (2 weeks)

Working with Decimals (2 weeks)

Fractional Percents (2 weeks)

Unit 4 Circles and Area – (6 weeks)

Circles (2 weeks)

Area Formulas (2 weeks)

Circle Graphs (2 week)

Unit 5 Operations with Fractions – (3 weeks)

Fractions and Mixed Numbers (3 weeks)

Unit 6 Equations – (3 weeks)

Linear Equations (3 week)

Unit 7 Data Analysis – (4 weeks)

Central Tendency and Range (2 weeks)

Theoretical and Experimental Probabilities (2 weeks)

Unit 8 Geometry – (6 weeks)

Lines and Angles (2 weeks)

The Cartesian Plane (2 weeks)

Transformations on the Cartesian Plane (2 weeks)

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