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1 TANTASQUA REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Course Sequence GRADE 8 PRE-ALGEBRA INTRO TO ALGEBRA ADVANCED ALGEBRA MATH ELECTIVES INTRO TO HS MATH (CP) PRE-ALGEBRA (CP) ALGEBRA I PART 1 ALGEBRA I ALGEBRA II MCAS MATH INTRO TO ABSTRACT MATH (CP) ALGEBRA I PART 1 (CP) ALGEBRA I PART 2 ALGEBRA II GEOMETRY CONSUMER MATH (CP) TRIGONOMETRY ALGEBRA I PART 2 (CP) GEOMETRY AP STATISTICS ADVANCED ALG W/ANALYT GEO PROB & STAT GEOMETRY (CP) ALGEBRA II PRECALCULUS AP STATISTICS BRIDGE TO ALGEBRA II (CP) TRIGONOMETRY ALGEBRA III CALCULUS AP CALCULUS (AB) COMPUTER SCIENCE ALGEBRA II (CP) CONSUMER MATH (CP) PROB & STAT AP STATISTICS PRECALCULUS COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 COMPUTER SCIENCE 2 COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 & 2 COMPUTER SCIENCE 3 AP COMPUTER SCIENCE

2 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT The Mathematics Department offers courses that are designed to meet the needs of all students. These courses: Accommodate all students interests, abilities, and goals. Have specific measurable goals associated with each skill area. Require students to assume responsibility for attaining goals. Develop skills through applications that require students to acquire, interpret, analyze, integrate, and apply information in a discerning manner. Include the use of all appropriate technology. Core courses in mathematics include: Algebra I: Part 1 & Part 2 Geometry Algebra II College Preparatory Level Courses TITLE: MCAS Math COURSE NO: (CP) 0216 OFFERED: 2 nd Semester Alternating Day CREDIT: 2.5 Credits LEVEL(S): CP PREREQUISITES: Must have a warning on the 8 th grade MCAS test, have failed the MCAS Math Exam or receive teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: This every other day course is designed to help improve the computational and mathematical interpretation skills of students to help them pass the 10 th grade MCAS test. The course content is aligned with the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. The curriculum includes topics from the Framework strands of: Number Sense and Quantity; Relations and Algebra; Geometry; Statistics and Probability. The credits for this course do not fulfill the school s math credit requirements for graduation. THIS COURSE MUST BE MATCHED WITH ANOTHER ALTERNATE DAY COURSE DURING SECOND SEMESTER. TITLE: Introduction to High School Math COURSE NO: (CP) 0254 OFFERED: 1st Semester CREDIT: 5 Credits LEVEL(S): CP PREREQUISITES: Teacher recommendation GRADE(S):

3 DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Introduction to High School Math (CP) is designed to prepare students for the kinds of mathematical reasoning and problem solving required for Algebra and other high school Math courses. Units covered include the study of patterns and functions, basic probability, number sense, interpreting data, geometry, and arithmetic skills. Students in Introduction to High School Math will approach problems of increasing complexity in a variety of content areas. Emphasis will be placed on displaying and communicating numerical and algebraic sense. The next recommended course is Pre-Algebra (CP). TITLE: Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra COURSE NO.: (CP) 0223 (CP) 0224 LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTON OF COURSE: Pre-Algebra (CP) is a course designed to prepare students for the study of Algebra. Students in Pre-Algebra will approach problems of increasing complexity in a variety of content areas. Units covered will include the study of patterns and functions, basic probability, number sense, interpreting data, geometry and arithmetic skills. Introductory topics in Algebra including variables, solving equations, proportional reasoning and working with integers will be examined. The next recommended course is either Intro to Abstract Math (CP) or Algebra I Part 1 (CP), based on teacher recommendation. TITLE: Intro to Abstract Math Intro to Abstract Math COURSE NO: (CP) 0290 (CP) 0291 OFFERED: 1st Semester 2nd Semester LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Introduction to Abstract Math (CP) is designed to prepare students for the kinds of mathematical reasoning and problem solving required for Algebra and other high school Math courses. Units covered include the study of patterns and functions, basic probability, number sense, interpreting data, geometry, and arithmetic skills. Students in Introduction to Abstract Math will approach problems of increasing complexity in a variety of content areas. Emphasis will be placed on displaying and communicating numerical 73

4 and algebraic sense. This course includes MCAS prep once a week. The next recommended course is Algebra I Part 1(CP). TITLE: Algebra I - Part 1 Algebra I - Part 1 COURSE NO: (CP) 0274 (CP) 0275 LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Pre-Algebra (CP) or Intro to Abstract Math (CP) GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra I Part 1 (CP) constitutes the first course in our college preparatory level mathematics sequence. It is essential for many trades and professions and is required for some majors at two-year colleges. Units covered include variable representation, order of operations, operations with signed numbers, solving both linear equations and linear inequalities. Problem solving and computing using algebraic methods and appropriate technology is included in this course. The next recommended course is Algebra I - Part 2 (CP). TITLE: Algebra I - Part 2 Algebra I - Part 2 COURSE NO: (CP) 0276 (CP) 0277 LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Algebra I Part 1 (CP) GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra I Part 2 (CP) constitutes the second course in our college preparatory level mathematics sequence. It is essential for many trades and professions and is required for some majors at two-year colleges. Units covered include graphing linear equations and inequalities, absolute value functions, exponential functions, solving systems of equations and solving real-world problems. Problem solving and computing using algebraic methods and appropriate technology is included in this course. The next recommended course is Geometry (CP). 74

5 Develop skills necessary to identify, define, and solve complex problems Communicate ideas through effective inquiry Communicate ideas through effective calculation TITLE: Geometry Geometry COURSE NO: (CP) 0226 (CP) 0227 LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Algebra I Part 2 (CP) GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Geometry (CP) is the third course in our college preparatory level mathematics sequence. It is designed for those students who have had difficulty with mathematics but would benefit from having the fundamentals of geometry. While the content parallels that of Geometry, emphasis is placed on interpreting information and computational skills. Units covered include two-dimensional relationships, congruence, similarity, parallel lines, area, and volume. The primary focus is to learn concrete geometric concepts applicable to most trades and professions. The next recommended course is Bridge to Algebra II (CP). TITLE: Bridge to Algebra II Bridge to Algebra II COURSE NO: (CP) 0237 (CP) 0238 LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Geometry (CP) GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Bridge to Algebra II (CP) is the fourth course in our college preparatory level mathematics sequence. Units covered include solving and graphing quadratic equations, operations with polynomials, rational exponents, radicals, and solving real-world problems. Problem solving and computing using algebraic methods and appropriate technology is included in this course. The next recommended course is Algebra II (CP) or. 75

6 TITLE: Algebra II Algebra II COURSE NO: (CP) 0229 (CP) 0230 LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Bridge to Algebra II (CP) GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra II (CP) is the fifth course in our college preparatory level mathematics sequence. It is essential for many trades and professions and is required for some majors at two-year colleges. Units covered include graphing polynomial equations, operations on polynomial functions, families of functions, rational and negative exponents, imaginary and complex numbers and arithmetic and geometric sequences. Emphasis is placed on problem solving and computing using algebraic methods and appropriate technology. College Preparatory Advanced Level Courses TITLE: Algebra I - Part 1 Algebra I - Part 1 COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in 8 th grade Introduction to Algebra or teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra I Part 1 is the first course in our college preparatory advanced mathematics sequence. It is required by most colleges and is essential for most trades and professions. Units covered include polynomials, linear equations, inequalities, simplifying and evaluating algebraic expressions, solving linear equations, graphing linear functions and systems, and applications of those skills. Emphasis is placed on problem solving and computing using algebraic methods and appropriate technology. The next recommended course is Algebra 1 Part 2. 76

7 TITLE: Algebra I - Part 2 Algebra I - Part 2 COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Algebra I Part 1 and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra I Part 2 is the second course in our college preparatory advanced mathematics sequence. It is required by most colleges and is essential for most trades and professions. Units covered include factoring, solving and graphing quadratic equations, operations with polynomials, rational exponents, radicals, and solving real-world problems. Emphasis is placed on problem solving and computing using algebraic methods and appropriate technology. The next recommended course is Geometry. TITLE: Geometry Geometry COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Algebra I Part 2 and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Geometry is the third course in our college preparatory advanced mathematics sequence. Required by most colleges, Geometry is recommended for students planning on continuing their education past high school. Units covered include parallel and perpendicular lines, properties of triangles, congruent and similar figures, and right triangle trigonometry. Though proof is an integral part of the course, emphasis is placed on the organization of ideas and the application of geometric concepts. The recommended next course is Algebra II. TITLE: Algebra II Algebra II COURSE NO:

8 PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Algebra I Part 2, successful completion of Geometry, and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra II is the fourth course in our college preparatory advanced mathematics sequence. It satisfies the mathematics prerequisite for entry into all Massachusetts state colleges and universities. Units covered include graphing and solving linear and quadratic functions, graphing and solving inequalities, complex numbers, and polynomial equations. Appropriate technology is utilized to help students analyze and interpret information. The recommended next course for students interested in Precalculus is Algebra III. TITLE: Algebra III Algebra III COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Algebra II and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Algebra III is the fifth course in our college preparatory advanced mathematics sequence. It prepares students with the knowledge base and critical thinking skills demanded by competitive colleges. Units covered include logarithms and exponential functions, rational functions, parent functions and translating, conic sections. Sequences and series and an introduction to trigonometry may also be covered. Appropriate technology is utilized to help students analyze and interpret information. It is strongly recommended that each student has the use of a TI-84 calculator or its equivalent for this course. The recommended next course is Precalculus. TITLE: Precalculus Precalculus COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Algebra III and teacher recommendation GRADE(S):

11 thinking skills demanded by competitive colleges. Units covered include polynomial functions and modeling, parent functions and translating, logarithms and exponential functions, conic sections, sequences and series, linear programming, matrices and an introduction to trigonometry. Appropriate technology is utilized to help students analyze and interpret information. It is strongly recommended that each student has the use of a TI-84 calculator or its equivalent for this course. The recommended next course is Precalculus. TITLE: Precalculus COURSE NO: 0250 OFFERED: 2 nd Semester CREDIT: 5 Credits LEVEL(S): H PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C+ in Advanced Algebra with Analytic Geometry or teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Precalculus is the fifth course in our honors mathematics sequence. It is designed to be more rigorous than Precalculus. Units in Precalculus are covered in greater depth. Additional units in discrete mathematics are introduced. It is strongly recommended that each student has the use of a TI-84 calculator or its equivalent for this course. The recommended next course is AP Calculus (AB). TITLE: Calculus Calculus COURSE NO; LEVEL(S): H H PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C+ in Precalculus or C- in Precalculus and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Calculus is typically the first year of mathematics in college. Included in this high school course are differential and integral calculus of algebraic functions. Successful completion will give the motivated student the subject familiarity and confidence to succeed in Calculus at any four-year college. It is strongly recommended that each student has the use of a TI-84 calculator or its equivalent for this course. 81

12 TITLE: Advanced Placement Calculus (AB) COURSE NO: (AP) 0260 OFFERED: Full Year CREDIT: 10 Credits LEVEL(S): AP PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C+ in Precalculus and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): 12 DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Advanced Placement Calculus (AB) is designed to be comparable to a first year college Calculus course. The study of calculus is the study of motion and change. The course is divided into two major topics: differential and integral calculus. Differential calculus enables us to calculate rates of change, to find the slope of a curve, and to calculate velocities and accelerations of moving bodies. Integral calculus is used to find the area of an irregular region in the plane, to measure lengths of curves, and to calculate centers of mass of arbitrary solids. Problems in this course will be presented and solved in four distinct ways: analytically, numerically, graphically, and verbally. Students will be required at times to use a graphing calculator to determine the value of a derivative at a point, determine the value of a definite integral, to graph a function in any window, and to solve an equation. It is strongly recommended that each student has their own graphing calculator. The TI-84 calculator will be utilized as a resource in this class. By enrolling in this course, students are committing to taking the Advanced Placement Exam in May. Financial assistance with exam fees is available for those students in need. Students should see his or her guidance counselor to receive assistance. Mathematics Electives TITLE: Consumer Math Consumer Math COURSE NO: (CP) 0206 (CP) 0207 CREDIT: 5 Credit 5 Credits LEVEL(S): CP CP PREREQUISITES: Students must have a minimum of 10 math credits and must have passed the 10 th grade MCAS test to take this course. GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Consumer Math is designed for students who intend to enter the workforce after graduation. The course is designed to help graduating students understand and handle the financial 82

13 responsibilities of adulthood. Units covered include earnings, taxes, insurance, retirement plans, borrowing, investing, banking, budgeting, buying, and home ownership. Emphasis is placed on solving practical problems. TITLE: Trigonometry Trigonometry COURSE NO.: OFFERED: 1st Semester 2nd Semester PREREQUISITES: Mínimum grade of C in Algebra II and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: This project enhanced course enables students to understand trigonometric principles and apply them in various fields of engineering, science and mathematics. The topics include: a study of functions with angles of any size, radian measure, trigonometric equations, trigonometric identities, graphs of trigonometric functions, solutions of triangles and the use of various trigonometric formulas. The course emphasizes applications in trigonometry in the real world. It is designed for students with a solid background in algebra and geometry, and who have the ability to visualize mathematical concepts. This course is not recommended for those students who have completed Precalculus. TITLE: Probability and Statistics Probability and Statistics COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Algebra II, or a minimum grade of B in Algebra II and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Probability and Statistics introduces the student to the many ways to present, analyze, and predict data. This course is a vital part of numerous college curricula including such varied majors as Business, Psychology, and Political Science. Units covered include measures of central tendency, permutations, combinations, the normal distribution, z-scores, and probability distributions. Emphasis is placed on collecting data and determining the probability of an event. 83

14 TITLE: Advance Placement Statistics COURSE NO.: (AP) 0265 & 0267 (students must choose both numbers) OFFERED: Full Year (1 st Semester Every Day) (2 nd Semester Alternate Day) CREDIT: 7.5 LEVEL(S): AP PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Algebra II or C+ in Precalculus or teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: The AP Statistics course is designed to be comparable to a first year college statistics course. The course will lead students through four main themes which are noted as the key topics on the AP Statistics Exam by the College Board. These themes are: 1. Exploring Data (describing patterns and departures from patterns) 2. Sampling and Experimentation (planning and conducting a study) 3. Anticipating Patterns (exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation) 4. Statistical Inference (estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses) Students will show the ability to design an appropriate strategy to collect and analyze data (appropriate to a given situation). They also will become well versed in statistical terminology and they will be asked to communicate detailed statistical conclusions in the correct context. By enrolling in this course, students are committing to taking the Advanced Placement Exam in May. Financial assistance with exam fees is available for those students in need. Students should see his or her guidance counselor to receive assistance. This course will run every day during semester 1 and every other day during semester 2. THIS COURSE MUST BE MATCHED WITH ANOTHER ALTERNATE DAY COURSE DURING SECOND SEMESTER. TITLE: Computer Science 1 Computer Science 1 COURSE NO: PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of Algebra I or teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Computer Science 1 is the first course in computer programming. This course will introduce students to the basic operations, concepts, and procedures of programming personal 84

15 computers. Programming will be completed in QBASIC. Emphasis is placed on analyzing, interpreting, and applying information to solve problems and communicating the solution. The recommended next course is Computer Science 2. TITLE: Computer Science 2 Computer Science 2 COURSE NO PREREQUISITES: A minimum grade of C in Computer Science 1 and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Computer Science 2 is the second course in computer programming. This course provides students with a more intensive study of programming. Topics include memory organization, arrays, sorting, searching, and interactive databases. Elementary logic, data analysis, and problem solving are stressed through applications in mathematics, engineering, and other technological fields. The recommended next course is Computer Science 3. TITLE: Computer Science 1 & 2 Computer Science 1 & 2 COURSE NO LEVEL(S): H H PREREQUISITES: Math Teacher Recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Computer Science 1 & 2 is an accelerated exploration into the concepts of computer programming. Programming topics include memory organization, arrays, sorting, functions, searching, and interactive databases. Programming will be completed in QBASIC. Elementary logic, data analysis, and problem solving are stressed through applications in mathematics, engineering, and other technological fields. Emphasis is placed on analyzing, interpreting, and applying information to solve problems and in communicating the solution. The recommended next course is Computer Science 3. 85

16 Develop skills necessary to identify, define, and solve complex problems Communicate ideas through effective inquiry Communicate ideas through effective calculation TITLE: Computer Science 3 Computer Science 3 COURSE NO: LEVEL(S): H H PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of B in Computer Science 2 or C+ in Computer Science 1 & 2 and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Computer Science 3 is the second or third course in computer programming. Students in this course will develop analytical skills and sophisticated programming techniques through programming in Java. They will examine the capabilities and limitations of Java. The fundamentals of algorithms, data types, memory organization, classes, object oriented programming and graphical user interfaces will be investigated. Emphasis in this course is on program efficiency. TITLE: Advanced Placement Computer Science COURSE NO.: (AP) 0257 (AP) 0258 CREDITS: 5 Credits 5 Credits LEVEL(S): AP AP PREREQUISITES: Minimum grade of C in Computer Science 3 and teacher recommendation GRADE(S): DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: In this course, students will design and implement computer programs to solve problems and enhance skills that are fundamental to the study of Computer science. This includes the development, design, abstraction and analysis of algorithms and fundamental data structures. It also includes the use of logic and formal methods. This course emphasizes object-oriented programming methodology. Students will design and implement computer programs that solve problems relevant to today s society. This class is the equivalent of a first semester college level course in computer science. By enrolling in this course, students are committing to taking the Advanced Placement Exam in May. Financial assistance with exam fees is available for those students in need. Students should see his or her guidance counselor to receive assistance. 86

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