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Frequently Asked Questions: High School Mathematics October 2005
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Frequently Asked Questions: High School Mathematics Courses Pathways Assessment and Evaluation Teaching and Learning Appendices
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Courses
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What are the course options, course codes, and prerequisites? See page 3.
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How many students should we anticipate will take courses at the different levels? It is anticipated that approximately 30–40% of grade 10 students will enrol in graduation-level courses and approximately 60–70% of grade 10 students will enrol in the academic mathematics course. It is anticipated that in grades 11 and 12, 30–40% of students will enrol in graduation level courses, 40– 55% of students will enrol in academic-level courses, and 15–20% of students will enrol in advanced-level courses.
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What courses must be offered to students and which are optional for schools to offer? Schools must offer all core courses as options for students: Mathematics 10 Mathematics Foundations 10 Mathematics 11 / Advanced Mathematics 11 Mathematics Foundations 11 Mathematics 12 / Advanced Mathematics 12 Mathematics Foundations 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics 12. Options that schools may choose to offer: Mathematics Foundations 10 Plus Mathematics 10 Plus Mathematics Essentials 10 Mathematics Essentials 11 Calculus 12
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What courses could be combined into one classroom, if necessary? Mathematics 10 and Mathematics Foundations 10 could be taught in a combined classroom. Mathematics Foundations 10 and Mathematics Essentials 10 are not recommended to be taught in a combined classroom. Mathematics 11 can be combined with either Advanced Mathematics 11 or with Mathematics Foundations 11. Mathematics Essentials 11 should not be combined with Mathematics Foundations 11. Mathematics 12 can be combined with either Advanced Mathematics 12 or Mathematics Foundations 12.
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Can high school mathematics courses be taught through the whole year? Year-long options through creative timetabling. Schools may also wish to consider Mathematics 10 Plus and Mathematics Foundations 10 Plus. It is important that scheduling of grade 12 courses reflect prerequisites and provide for students who wish to earn more than three mathematics credits.
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Mathematics 10 and Mathematics 10 Plus? Mathematics 10 Plus is an academic, two-credit course a Mathematics 10 credit (008008) one elective credit, Mathematics 10 Plus (008157). Mathematics 10 Plus follows the Mathematics 10 curriculum but is presented over 220 hours.
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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