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Math 30/31 AP

Full year course - M30-1 Diploma to be written in June 2017.  Math 31 Final to be written in May.  Students will have a chance to challenge the Calculus AB exam beginning of May.

ARCHBISHOP JORDAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

Mathematics 30-1/Math 31 AP – Tentative Long Range Outline

Texts:Pre-Calculus 12 (McGraw-Hill Ryerson)

Calculus, A First Course, Stewart, Davison & Ferroni, McGraw-Hill (McG)

Semester I/II:  August 2016 – June 2017                                              Teacher:  Hallonquist

UNIT

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

TIMELINE

(classes)

TEXT

PERCENT OF DIPLOMA COURSE

M30-1 Graphing Review

M31 Pre-Cal Review

·      Practice graphing functions, domain, range, intercepts, max/min

·      Practice factoring, interval notation, rationalizing, operations of functions, composition of functions

Aug 30 – Sep 1

(3)

Handouts

M30-1 Function Transformations

M30-1 Radical Functions

M30-1 Polynomial Functions

·      Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of the horizontal and vertical translations on the graphs of functions and their related equations

·      Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of the horizontal and vertical stretches on the graphs of functions and their related equations

·      Demonstrate an understanding of the effects reflections on the graphs of functions and their related equations, including reflections through the

x-axis, y-axis, and line  y = x

·      Apply translations and stretches to the graphs and equations of functions

·      Demonstrate an understanding of inverses of relations

·      Graph and analyze radical functions

·       Graph and analyze polynomial functions

·      Demonstrate an understanding of factoring polynomials of degree greater than 2 with integral coefficients

Sep 2 – Sep 23

(14)

Exam Fri Sep 23

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

12%

7%

8%

M31 Limits

·   Define limit; evaluate left and right-hand limits graphically and   
              algebraically

·         Explain the difference between continuous and discontinuous functions

·         Simplify functions by factoring and rationalizing to evaluate limits

·         Use limits to determine the slope of a tangent to a curve at a given point

Sep 26 – Oct 6

(9)

Exam Thurs Oct 6

Chapter 1

M31 Derivatives

·         Describe the connection between limits and derivatives

·         Find the derivative by using 1st principles

·         Find the derivative by using the power, sum and difference, product, quotient and chain rules

·         Use implicit differentiation when one variable is difficult to isolate

·         Find 2nd, 3rd, higher derivatives of algebraic functions

·         Use the derivative to find the slope and equation of a tangent to that function

Oct 11 – Oct 21

(9)

Exam Fri Oct 21

Chapter 2

M30-1 Trigonometry & the Unit Circle

M30-1 Trigonometric Functions and Graphs

·      Demonstrate an understanding of angles in standard position, expressed in degrees and radians

·      Develop and apply the equation of the unit circle.

·      Solve problems, using the 6 trigonometric ratios for angles expressed in degrees and radians

·      Solve, algebraically, first and second degree trigonometric equations with the domain expressed in degrees and radians

·      Graph and analyze the trigonometric functions sine, cosine and tangent to solve problems

·      Solve, graphically, trigonometric equations with the domain expressed in degrees and radians

Oct 24 – Nov 9

           (13)

Exam Wed Nov 9

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

11%

8%

M30-1 Trigonometric Identities

·      Prove trigonometric identities, using reciprocal, quotient, Pythagorean, sum or difference, and double-angle identities

·     Solving trigonometric equations using identities

Nov 10, 21 – 30, Dec 1

(10)

Exam Thurs Dec 1

Chapter 6

12%

MIDTERM

·     M30-1 only

Thurs Dec 8

Ch 1 - 6

M30-1 Exponential Functions

·      Graph and analyze exponential functions

·     Solve problems that involve exponential equations

Chapter 7

7%

M30-1 Logarithmic Functions

·        Demonstrate an understanding of logarithms

·        Graph and analyze logarithmic functions.

·        Demonstrate an understanding of the product, quotient, and power laws of logarithms

·        Solve problems that involve logarithmic equations

Dec 2- 20
(12)

Exam Tues Dec 20

Chapter 8

10%

M31 Limits and Derivatives of Trig , Exp, Log Functions

·        Evaluate limits of trig expressions that can be simplified to the form    and   

·        Find the derivatives of trig functions involving sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant, cotangent

·        Find derivatives of log functions with any base

·        Find derivatives of exponential functions

·        Find derivatives of complex functions that combine trig and log functions

Dec 21- 23,

Jan 9 – 13

Jan 16 – 18,
Feb 1 – 7

(15)

Exam Tues Feb 7

Ch 7

Ch 8

M31 Applications of Derivatives -Rates

·        Find and use the velocity and acceleration functions, given a displacement function

·        Determine unknown rates in problems involving volumes and areas

·        Determine unknown rates in problems involving triangles

·        Determine and use the marginal cost, marginal revenue functions

·        Use the profit function to determine the level of production that will yield maximum profit

·        Determine growth and decay functions and use them to determine instantaneous rates of growth and decay

·        Use Newton’s Method to approximate roots of equations

Feb 8 – 23

(8)

Exam Thurs Feb 23

Chapter 3

M31 Extreme Values and Curve Sketching

·        Determine x - & y - intercepts

·        Determine symmetry of a function

·        Determine the intervals of increase and decrease, maximum and minimum values,  of a function

·        Determine the concavity intervals and inflection points of a function

·        Relate the graph of a function to the graph of its derivative

·        Find equations of vertical, horizontal, oblique asymptotes

·        Solve problems involving extreme values

Feb 24 – Mar 13

(11)

Exam Mon Mar 13

Chapter

 4, 5

M31 Antiderivatives and Areas

·        Find the antiderivative of simple polynomial, trig, and exponential functions

·        Use antiderivatives to solve problems with initial conditions

·        Solve 2nd order differential equations with Hooke’s Law as an application

·        Evaluate a definite integral

·        Find the signed area under a curve, between curves

·        Approximate area using the Rectangular Rule, Reimann Sums, and Trapezoidal Rule

Mar 14 – 23

Apr 3 – 6

(12)

Exam Thurs Apr 6

Chapter

 9, 10

M31 Methods of Integration and Applications

·        Use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

·        Determine integrals using the methods of substitution, trig substitution, partial fractions, integration by parts

·        Determine volumes of revolution

Apr 7 – 24

(10)

Exam Mon Apr 24

Chapter 11

M30-1 Rational Functions

·      Graph and analyze rational functions

Chapter 9

7%

M30 – 1  Function Operations

·     Demonstrate an understanding of operations on, and compositions of, functions

Apr 25 – 27,

May 4 –11
            (8)

Exam Thurs May11

Chapter 10

7%

¾TERM EXAM 

·     Math 30-1 only

TBA

REVIEW FOR M31 AP EXAM, REWRITE

·     Math 31 only

Apr 28- May 3,

May 12 - 18

Math 31 FINAL

·     Math 31 only

May 23 - 25

M30 – 1 Permutations, Combinations, and the Binomial Theorem

·      Apply the fundamental counting principle to solve problems

·      Demonstrate the number of permutations of n elements taken r at a time to solve problems

·      Demonstrate the number of combinations of n different elements taken r at a time to solve problems

·      Expand powers of a binomial in a variety of ways, including using the binomial theorem

·       

May 26 – June 9

(10)

Exam Fri Jun 9

Chapter 11

11%

FIELD TEST

·      M30-1 only

Fri Jan 15

NR Assign

DIPLOMA EXAM

M30-1 only

Mon June 26

Diplomas:  Eng (A)-Thurs June 15, SS(A)-Fri June 16,  FLA(A)-Mon June 19,  FLA (B)-Tues June 20,

 Eng (B)-Thurs June 22,  SS(B)-Fri June 23, Math-Mon June 26, Chem-Tues June 27,   Bio-Wed June 28 ,

Phys- Thurs June 29 am, Sci -Thurs June 29 pm

Math 31 Final Exam – Part I WR, Part II MC/NR  May 23 – 25, 2016

EVALUATION

70 %  –  Course Material        90 %    Chapter Tests and Quizzes, Cumulative Exams

                                                            10 %    Assignments

30 %    Final Exam

MATH 30-1 Diploma Exam –MC, NR    Monday June 26, 2017   (9 –12 )

EVALUATION

70 %  –  Course Material        90 %    Chapter Tests and Quizzes, Cumulative Exams

                                                            10 %    Assignments

30 %    Diploma Exam                       28 Multiple Choice  (70%) , 12 Numerical Response (30%)

             Percentage emphasis on M301- Diploma Exam:
55% Relations & Functions

 29% Trigonometry

16% Permutations, Combinations, Binomial Theorem

The success you shall experience in this course is largely dependent on the commitment you make to:

  • coming to every class prepared to listen actively, take clear notes and work diligently.
  • completing homework and carefully checking it using the answers provided in the back of your textbook.
  • asking for help if you are having difficulties. (Although I will devote part of each class to taking up homework problems, be aware that I am also available outside of class time to help you with any material you do not understand -  Best Time:  Before School 8:00 am)

Please note the following assignment and exam policies.

  1. ASSIGNMENTS
  • Chapter Assignments are handed out at the beginning of each new unit. Work on these as we progress through the course.  These assignments will be due the day (period) of each unit test.  Marks will be given for each completed assignment.
  • At the end of some units, in class cumulative assignments will be administered. These will be open book, open “notes” assignments designed to help you constantly review previously learned material.
  • If you are absent, it is your responsibility to get the notes and assignments you have missed. If you are excusably absent the day an assignment is due, expect to hand in the assignment the day you return.
  • Please be sure to check your work carefully and see me as soon as possible if you are having difficulty.
  1. TESTS AND QUIZZES
  • If you miss a test or quiz, you will not be able to write it later and the assigned mark will be ZERO.
  • Exceptions to missing a test or quiz will be granted if:
  • the teacher is informed in advance that the student will be away on the day of a test or quiz, or
  • the office is notified of your absence the morning of the test or quiz.
  • The student is responsible for making arrangements to write missed tests or quizzes as soon as possible upon returning to class.
  1. WEBSITES TO CHECK

www.math30explained.com                                                      (lessons and worksheets)                           

www.exambank.com  user id:  eicarch  password:  earth    (sample multiple-choice questions)

www.learnalberta.ca  user id:  LA14   password:  7941        (interactive tutorials and lessons)

www.education.alberta.ca                                                         (previous Diploma Exams with keys)

      Quest Aplus                                                           (sample field test)

Missing or Incomplete Student Work

The primary purpose of student assessment and evaluation is to support student learning and to have all students improve their performance.  Student work is considered missing or incomplete if it is not handed in on the due date either because the student does not have the work or because the student is absent (unexcused), or if it is partially completed on the due date but not ready for submission. The following process will be followed in the case of missing or incomplete student work unless otherwise stated in the Program of Studies:

  1. The student must meet with the teacher at an agreed upon time.  The purpose of the meeting is to:
    1. Check student progress and determine why the assignment is missing or incomplete
    2. Provide help or assistance to the student
    3. Set a revised due date to hand in the missing or incomplete work within a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the teacher, that reflects the nature of the assignment
    4. Make a documented plan for completing the assignment.  The plan may include such things as:
      1. Staying in at lunch, on a spare, or after school
      2. A timeline for completing the work
    5. Missing or incomplete work may be recorded in PowerSchool as Not Handed In (“NHI”) with a value of zero until the terms of the arrangement between teacher and student are met.  If the terms of the agreement are not met, a ‘reluctant zero’ will be granted for the assignment.
    6. Upon receiving the completed work or at the expiration of the prearranged agreement, a mark indicating achievement earned (without penalty) must be recorded OR, in the case of the work still being missing or incomplete, the “NHI” may be changed to a zero (0).
    7. For students who are chronically missing assignments or who repeatedly fail to complete work or meet due dates:

             The teacher must make contact with the parent by email, phone, or face-to-face

  1. A referral may be made by the teacher to the school counsellor and/or school administration
  2. A meeting may be held with parents and the student. The meeting may include school administration,
                the school counsellor, the classroom teacher, parents, and the student
  3. Actions may include behavioural consequences, removal from the course, etc.

Academic Dishonesty

Cheating is a serious offense and will NOT be tolerated. Cheating also includes possession of materials not allowed in an examination room or area (e.g. cell phones).

Plagiarism is a serious violation of academic integrity. Offering the work of another as one's own without proper acknowledgement is plagiarism. Therefore, any student who fails to give appropriate credit for ideas or material he or she takes from another, whether it is a fellow student or a published resource writer, is guilty of plagiarism.

Any circumstance of academic dishonesty will be dealt with by the classroom teacher in consultation with subject area Coordinators.  In instances of repeated offenses, a referral to administration will be made.

Math 30-1

Semester course.  Diploma exam to be written in January 2017.

ARCHBISHOP JORDAN  CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

Mathematics 30-1 – Tentative Long Range Outline

Text:  Pre-Calculus 12 (McGraw-Hill Ryerson)                                              

Semester I:  August 2016 – January 2017                                           

Teachers:  Hallonquist, Rocque, MacInnis

UNIT

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

TIMELINE

(classes)

TEXT

PERCENT OF COURSE

Function Transformations

·      Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of the horizontal and vertical translations on the graphs of functions and their related equations

·      Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of the horizontal and vertical stretches on the graphs of functions and their related equations

·      Demonstrate an understanding of the effects reflections on the graphs of functions and their related equations, including reflections through the

x-axis, y-axis, and line  y = x

·      Apply translations and stretches to the graphs and equations of functions

·      Demonstrate an understanding of inverses of relations

Aug 30 – Sep 12

(9)

Exam Mon Sep 12

Chapter 1

12%

Radical Functions

·      Graph and analyze radical functions

Sep 13 – Sep 20

(5)

Exam Tues Sep 20

Chapter 2

7%

Polynomial Functions

·      Graph and analyze polynomial functions

·      Demonstrate an understanding of factoring polynomials of degree greater than 2 with integral coefficients

Sep 21 – Sep 29

(7)

Exam Thurs Sep 29

Chapter 3

8%

Trigonometry & the Unit Circle

·      Demonstrate an understanding of angles in standard position, expressed in degrees and radians

·      Develop and apply the equation of the unit circle.

·      Solve problems, using the 6 trigonometric ratios for angles expressed in degrees and radians

·      Solve, algebraically, first and second degree trigonometric equations with the domain expressed in degrees and radians

Sep 30 – Oct 14

(9)

Exam Fri Oct 14

Chapter 4

11%

Trigonometric Functions and Graphs

·      Graph and analyze the trigonometric functions sine, cosine and tangent to solve problems

·      Solve, graphically, trigonometric equations with the domain expressed in degrees and radians

Oct 17 – Oct 26

(8)

Exam Wed Oct 26

Chapter 5

8%

Trigonometric Identities

·      Prove trigonometric identities, using reciprocal, quotient, Pythagorean, sum or difference, and double-angle identities

·     Solving trigonometric equations using identities

Oct 27 – Nov 8

(9)

Exam Tues Nov 8

Chapter 6

12%

MIDTERM

·      

THURS NOV 24

Exponential Functions

·      Graph and analyze exponential functions

·     Solve problems that involve exponential equations

Chapter 7

7%

Logarithmic Funcitons

·        Demonstrate an understanding of logarithms

·        Graph and analyze logarithmic functions.

·        Demonstrate an understanding of the product, quotient, and power laws of logarithms

·        Solve problems that involve logarithmic equations

Nov 9,10, 21-30

Dec 1 - 5
(12)

Exam Mon Dec 5

Chapter 8

10%

Rational Functions

·      Graph and analyze rational functions

Chapter 9

7%

Function Operations

·     Demonstrate an understanding of operations on, and compositions of, functions

Dec 6 – Dec 15
            (8)

Exam Thurs Dec 15

Chapter 10

7%

¾TERM EXAM 

·      

WED DEC 21

Permutations, Combinations, and the Binomial Theorem

·      Apply the fundamental counting principle to solve problems

·      Demonstrate the number of permutations of n elements taken r at a time to solve problems

·      Demonstrate the number of combinations of n different elements taken r at a time to solve problems

·      Expand powers of a binomial in a variety of ways, including using the binomial theorem

·       

Dec 16 - 23  

Jan 9 – 13

 (10)

Exam Fri  Jan 13

Chapter 11

11%

FIELD TEST

·      To be determined

Jan 16 - 18

NR Bonus

DIPLOMA EXAM

Wed Jan 25

Diplomas:  Eng (A)-Mon Jan 16, SS(A)-Tues Jan 17,  FLA(A)-Wed Jan 18,  FLA (B)-Fri Jan 20,
 Eng (B)-Mon Jan 23,  SS(B)-Tues Jan 24, Math-Wed Jan 25, Bio-Thurs Jan 26, Chem-Fri Jan 27,  

Phys- Mon Jan 30 - am, Sci -Mon Jan 30 - pm

MATH 30-1 Diploma Exam –MC, NR    Wednesday Jan 25, 2017   (9 –12 )

EVALUATION

70%  –  Course Material         90 %    Chapter Tests and Quizzes, Cumulative Exams

                                                            10 %    Assignments

30 %    Diploma Exam                       28 Multiple Choice  (70%) , 12 Numerical Response (30%)

             Percentage emphasis on Diploma Exam:
55% Relations & Functions

 29% Trigonometry

16% Permutations, Combinations, Binomial Theorem

The success you shall experience in this course is largely dependent on the commitment you make to:

  • coming to every class prepared to listen actively, take clear notes and work diligently.
  • completing homework and carefully checking it using the answers provided in the back of your textbook.
  • asking for help if you are having difficulties. (Although I will devote part of each class to taking up homework problems, be aware that I am also available outside of class time to help you with any material you do not understand -  Best Time:  Before School 8:00 am)

Please note the following assignment and exam policies.

  1. ASSIGNMENTS
  • Chapter Assignments are handed out at the beginning of each new unit. Work on these as we progress through the course.  These assignments will be due the day (period) of each unit test.  Marks will be given for each completed assignment.
  • At the end of some units, in class cumulative assignments may be administered. These will be open book, open “notes” assignments designed to help you constantly review previously learned material.
  • If you are absent, it is your responsibility to get the notes and assignments you have missed. If you are excusably absent the day an assignment is due, expect to hand in the assignment the day you return.
  • Please be sure to check your work carefully and see me as soon as possible if you are having difficulty.
  1. TESTS AND QUIZZES
  • If you miss a test or quiz, be sure that
  • the teacher is informed in advance that the student will be away on the day of a test or quiz, or
  • the office is notified of your absence the morning of the test or quiz.
  • The student is responsible for making arrangements to write missed tests or quizzes as soon as possible upon returning to class.
  1. WEBSITES TO CHECK

www.math30explained.com                                                      (lessons and worksheets)                            

www.exambank.com  user id:  eicarch  password:  earth    (sample multiple-choice questions)

www.learnalberta.ca  user id:  LA14   password:  7941        (interactive tutorials and lessons)

www.education.alberta.ca                                                         (previous Diploma Exams with keys)

      Quest Aplus                                                           (sample field test)


Missing or Incomplete Student Work

The primary purpose of student assessment and evaluation is to support student learning and to have all students improve their performance.  Student work is considered missing or incomplete if it is not handed in on the due date either because the student does not have the work or because the student is absent (unexcused), or if it is partially completed on the due date but not ready for submission. The following process will be followed in the case of missing or incomplete student work unless otherwise stated in the Program of Studies:

  1. The student must meet with the teacher at an agreed upon time.  The purpose of the meeting is to:
    1. Check student progress and determine why the assignment is missing or incomplete
    2. Provide help or assistance to the student
    3. Set a revised due date to hand in the missing or incomplete work within a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the teacher, that reflects the nature of the assignment
    4. Make a documented plan for completing the assignment.  The plan may include such things as:
      1. Staying in at lunch, on a spare, or after school
      2. A timeline for completing the work
    5. Missing or incomplete work may be recorded in PowerSchool as Not Handed In (“NHI”) with a value of zero until the terms of the arrangement between teacher and student are met.  If the terms of the agreement are not met, a ‘reluctant zero’ will be granted for the assignment.
    6. Upon receiving the completed work or at the expiration of the prearranged agreement, a mark indicating achievement earned (without penalty) must be recorded OR, in the case of the work still being missing or incomplete, the “NHI” may be changed to a zero (0).
    7. For students who are chronically missing assignments or who repeatedly fail to complete work or meet due dates:

             The teacher must make contact with the parent by email, phone, or face-to-face

  1. A referral may be made by the teacher to the school counsellor and/or school administration
  2. A meeting may be held with parents and the student. The meeting may include school administration,
                the school counsellor, the classroom teacher, parents, and the student
  3. Actions may include behavioural consequences, removal from the course, etc.

Academic Dishonesty

Cheating is a serious offense and will NOT be tolerated. Cheating also includes possession of materials not allowed in an examination room or area (e.g. cell phones).

Plagiarism is a serious violation of academic integrity. Offering the work of another as one's own without proper acknowledgement is plagiarism. Therefore, any student who fails to give appropriate credit for ideas or material he or she takes from another, whether it is a fellow student or a published resource writer, is guilty of plagiarism.

Any circumstance of academic dishonesty will be dealt with by the classroom teacher in consultation with subject area Coordinators.  In instances of repeated offenses, a referral to administration will be made.

Math 20-1 AP

Course is one semester.  Final exam to be written in January.

Mathematics 20-1 AP – Tentative Long Range Outline

Semester I:  September 2016 – January 2017                              

Resource:  Pre-Calculus 11 (McGraw-Hill Ryerson) & Supplemental Worksheets                                 

Teachers:  Hallonquist                                                                                              

UNIT

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

TIMELINE (classes)

TEXT

Course Weight

Quadratic Equations

·      Factor polynomial expressions.

·      Solve quadratic equations algebraically and graphically.

·      Use the discriminant to determine the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation.

·      Solve problems that involve quadratic equations.

Aug 30–Sept 21

(15)

Chapter 4

16%

Quadratic Functions

·      Sketch the graph of a quadratic function using transformations and technology.

·      Analyze the characteristics of a quadratic function from its graph and/or equation.

·      Convert the equation of a quadratic function from general form to standard form by completing the square.

·      Determine the equation of a quadratic function.

·      Solve problems that involve quadratic functions.

Sept 22–Oct 6

(11)

Chapter 3

12%

Radical Expressions & Equations

·      Simplify radical expressions.

·      Add, subtract, multiply and divide radical expressions. Rationalize.

·      Determine restrictions on values for the variable in radical expressions and radical equations.

·      Solve radical equations algebraically.

·      Solve problems that involve operations on radical expressions and radical equations.

Oct 11 – Oct 21

(9)

Chapter 5

10%

Rational Expressions & Equations

·      Determine the non-permissible values for a rational expression.

·       Simplify rational expressions.

·      Add, subtract, multiply and divide rational expressions.

·      Solve rational equations algebraically.

·      Solve problems that involve rational expressions and equations.

Oct 24 – Nov 4

(10)

Chapter 6

12%

Cumulative Exam

TBA

Absolute Value & Reciprocal Functions

·      Determine the absolute value of a number.

·      Determine the characteristics of an absolute value function from its graph and/or equation.

·      Solve absolute value equations algebraically and graphically.

·      Solve problems that involve absolute value equations and functions.

·      Graph and analyze reciprocal functions.

Nov 7 – 10,
Nov 21- 25

(9)

Chapter 7

10%

Systems of Equations

·      Determine the solution of a system of linear-quadratic or quadratic-quadratic equations algebraically and graphically.

·      Solve problems that involve a system of linear-quadratic or quadratic-quadratic equations.

Nov 28 – Dec 6

(7)

Chapter 8

10%

Linear & Quadratic Inequalities

·        Solve linear and quadratic inequalities.

·        Solve problems that involve linear and quadratic inequalities.

Dec 7 – Dec 13

(5)

Chapter 9

10%

Trigonometry

·      Determine the primary trigonometric ratios of an angle in standard position.

·      Determine the exact value of the primary trigonometric ratios of angles with a reference angle of 30˚, 45˚ or 60˚.

·      Solve trigonometric equations.

·      Solve problems involving trigonometric ratios.

·      Solve problems using the sine law and cosine law including the ambiguous case.

Dec 14 – Dec 23

(8)

Chapter 2

12%

Sequences & Series

·      Determine the general term for an arithmetic or geometric sequence.

·      Determine the sum of terms for an arithmetic or geometric series.

·      Solve problems that involve arithmetic or geometric sequences or series.

Jan 9 – Jan 16

(6)

Chapter 1

8%

EVALUATION:

      COURSE WORK:                                                                              70%

Unit Exams, Cumulative Exam, Quizzes    60%

                  Homework and Assignments*                 10%

FINAL EXAM:                                                                                   30%

* The success you shall experience in this course is largely dependent on the time and effort you put into daily assignments.  Work diligently in class and take careful notes.

Please note the following assignment and exam policies.

  1. Assignments

All assignments (unless otherwise indicated by the teacher) are due at the beginning of the following class.  Daily homework assignments will give you the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of the specific outcomes of the course.  The goal of homework assignments is formative and completing assignments may help reveal gaps in knowledge or understanding.  Homework assignments will also provide opportunities for practice and mastery of course material.  Be sure to check your work carefully and see me as soon as possible if you are having difficulty!

Chapter Assignments will be assigned at the end of each chapter to help you prepare for each chapter test.  These assignments will be due the day (period) of the chapter test.  These assignments are summative and marks will be given for each Chapter Assignment.

Cumulative Assignments may be administered.  These assignments are designed to help you constantly review previously learned material.  Success on these assignments may require you to reference examples, assigned questions, work and answers from your homework and notes.  Keep your binder well-organized!

If you are absent, it is your responsibility to get the notes and complete any missed assignments as soon as possible.  (See me about alternate arrangements if you will need more than 1 evening to get caught up.)

If you are excusably absent the day an assignment is due, expect to hand in the assignment the day you return to class.

Again, your interest and effort in completing all assignments is indicative of the success you shall experience in this course.  Please be sure to check your work carefully and see me as soon as possible if you are having difficulty.

  1. Exams and Quizzes

If you miss an exam or quiz, be sure that

  • you informed me in advance that you would be away on the day of the exam or quiz,

or the office was notified of your absence the morning of the exam or quiz

-     and you bring a note from your parent or guardian explaining your absence

You are responsible for making arrangements to write missed exams or quizzes as soon as possible upon your return to class. 


Missing or Incomplete Student Work

The primary purpose of student assessment and evaluation is to support student learning and to have all students improve their performance.  Student work is considered missing or incomplete if it is not handed in on the due date either because the student does not have the work or because the student is absent (unexcused), or if it is partially completed on the due date but not ready for submission. The following process will be followed in the case of missing or incomplete student work unless otherwise stated in the Program of Studies:

  1. The student must meet with the teacher at an agreed upon time.  The purpose of the meeting is to:
    1. Check student progress and determine why the assignment is missing or incomplete
    2. Provide help or assistance to the student
    3. Set a revised due date to hand in the missing or incomplete work within a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the teacher, that reflects the nature of the assignment
    4. Make a documented plan for completing the assignment.  The plan may include such things as:
      1. Staying in at lunch, on a spare, or after school
      2. A timeline for completing the work
    5. Missing or incomplete work may be recorded in PowerSchool as Not Handed In (“NHI”) with a value of zero until the terms of the arrangement between teacher and student are met.  If the terms of the agreement are not met, a ‘reluctant zero’ will be granted for the assignment.
    6. Upon receiving the completed work or at the expiration of the prearranged agreement, a mark indicating achievement earned (without penalty) must be recorded OR, in the case of the work still being missing or incomplete, the “NHI” may be changed to a zero (0).
    7. For students who are chronically missing assignments or who repeatedly fail to complete work or meet due dates:
      • . The teacher must make contact with the parent by email, phone, or face-to-face
  1. A referral may be made by the teacher to the school counsellor and/or school administration
  2. A meeting may be held with parents and the student. The meeting may include school
                administration, the school counsellor, the classroom teacher, parents, and the student
  3. Actions may include behavioural consequences, removal from the course, etc.

Academic Dishonesty

Cheating is a serious offense and will NOT be tolerated. Cheating also includes possession of materials not allowed in an examination room or area (e.g. cell phones).

Plagiarism is a serious violation of academic integrity. Offering the work of another as one's own without proper acknowledgement is plagiarism. Therefore, any student who fails to give appropriate credit for ideas or material he or she takes from another, whether it is a fellow student or a published resource writer, is guilty of plagiarism.

Any circumstance of academic dishonesty will be dealt with by the classroom teacher in consultation with subject area Coordinators.  In instances of repeated offenses, a referral to administration will be made.

The success you shall experience in this course is largely dependent on the commitment you make to:

  • coming to every class prepared to listen actively, take clear notes and work diligently.
  • completing homework and carefully checking it using the answers provided in the back of your textbook.
  • asking for help if you are having difficulties. (Although I will devote part of each class to taking up homework problems, be aware that I am also available outside of class time to help you with any material you do not understand.)

Again, your success in Math 20-1 AP  is dependent on the commitment you make to the course. 

I, ________________________________________ , will participate in Math 20-1 AP by

  • using class time productively,
  • doing my homework every night and
  • asking questions about any material I do not understand.

Dear parent or guardian,

I am looking forward to working with your son and/or daughter in Math 20-1 AP.  Please note the commitment your child has made to the course.   Also be aware that in addition to the Midterm Report Card, you can monitor your son and/or daughter’s attendance and progress using the POWERSCHOOL website.

Should you have any questions or concerns about your son/daughter’s progress, please do not hesitate to contact me through email  margeh@eics.ab.ca or phone 780-467-2121 ext 2110

I thank you for your support and I look forward to seeing your child succeed in Math 20-1 AP!

Ms Marge Hallonquist                                                            

________________________________________

 

Course Code : MS-02

Course Title : Management of Human Resources

Assignment Code : MS-02/TMA/SEM-I/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 30

th

 April, 2018 to the coordinator of your study center.

1.

Explain the process of human resource planning. Describe how HR forecast is carried out in the organisation you are working with or an organisation you are familiar with. 2.

Discuss the concept of ‘performance appraisal’. Explain any two methods of performance appraisal that you are

familiar with citing suitable organisational examples. 3.

Define mentoring and distinguish it from performance coaching. Assume you are responsible for mentoring of employees in a large organisation. Discuss how you will make mentoring a strategic function. Illustrate. 4.

Discuss the laws covering wages. Analyse the recent amendments and trends in laws covering wages inIndia. 5.

Critically evaluate the state of workers’ participation in Management in the present day business scenario.

Explain with examples your answer giving due details of the organizations and the sources you are referring to. 6.

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Course Title : Economic and Social Environment

Assignment Code : MS-03/TMA/SEM-I/2018

Coverage : All Blocks

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 30

th

 April, 2018 to the coordinator of your study center.

1.

Discuss the critical elements of macro-economic policies. How economic environment gives a direction to the changes in the economic planning? 2.

Differentiate between Economic Growth and Economic Development. Why is growth and development synonymously used in economic discussion? 3.

Discuss the genesis of mixed economy framework in India. 4.

“An important factor which influences the Balance of Payment of 

 an economy is the exchange rate of its currency vis-à-

vis other major currencies”. Explain the statement given above.

5.

How the twin objective of equity and justice was met by the economic reforms of 1991? Explain. 6.

Write short notes on the following: (i) Trade Union Movement

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