Science/Math

Semester 2 is off to a good start here in High School land and Just like that February is behind us.

Math 12 is working on different types of functions (quadratic, cubic, exponential and logarithmic) Math 10 at work is working on linear relationships.
Math at Work 10 is working on imperial and metric measurements.

Keep up the good work!

The first semester is over and we are halfway through the school year. For high school students, this is a fresh start. Most students will have all new courses.

However, students in Math 10 Foundations & Pre-cal are only halfway with 4 more units left. 

Morgan MacDonald will also be teaching Math 12 Foundations and Math at Work 10. 

Good luck to everyone!

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Math 10 has just wrapped up our measurement unit. We will now be starting trigonometry. 

Math 11 has just wrapped up our logical reasoning unit and we are already into our trigonometry unit. 
Math at Work 12 has had a very productive Month putting 2 units behind us and already into our linear relationships unit. 

Morgan MacDonald
Science/Math at LS
Hi Eveyone,
 
We've been back to school for about a week and things are going great.  Math 10 is working on measurement between imperial and SI units.  Math 11 is working on using inductive and deductive reasoning and Math at Work 12 is working with probability. 
 
"Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations or algorithms. It is about understanding" 
 
-William Paul Thurston

Hi Everyone! I hope you had a great summer and I can't wait to see you around the school. Everyone please remember… 

Mistakes

Allow 

Thinking to

Happen 

Hi Everyone!
 
We are in a challenging time for education. I know it is tough doing your math work on your own. You no longer have your teacher standing next to you to guide you. All you can do it try your best. There are many ways to solve a problem. What you should do is think about how to solve the problem, keep track of what you do (show your work) to solve the problem, and think about if the answer makes sense. You can always ask for help or look something up on the internet to help. And never think your work isn't good enough to pass it. We want to see anything and everything you have done.
 
Good luck and hang in there!
Morgan MacDonald

Math at Work 11

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve SI and imperial units in volume

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that require formulas related to volume

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve creating and interpreting graphs, including bar graphs, histograms, line graphs, and circle graphs.

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve personal budgets.

●  Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of compound interest

●  Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of credit options, including credit cards and loans.

Math at Work 10

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve SI and imperial area measurements of regular, composite, and irregular 2-D shapes and 3-D objects, including decimal and fractional measurements, and verify the solutions.

●  Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the Pythagorean theorem by identifying situations that involve right triangles, verifying the formula, applying the formula, and solving problems.

●  Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of primary trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, tangent) by applying similarity to right triangles, generalizing patterns from similar right triangles, applying the primary trigonometric ratios, and solving problems.

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that require formulas related to perimeter, area, the Pythagorean theorem and the primary trigonometric ratios.

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