Mathematics 11 is
an academic high school mathematics course.
Students selecting Mathematics 11 should have a
solid understanding of the Mathematics 10
curriculum. Mathematics 11 is a prerequisite for
Pre-calculus 11 and also for Mathematics 12.
These courses are to be taken consecutively, not
concurrently.
Topics of study
include: applications of rates, scale diagrams
and factors, inductive and deductive reasoning,
an introduction to proof, cosine law, sine law,
spatial reasoning, statistics, systems of linear
inequalities, and quadratic functions.
Prerequisite:
successful completion of Mathematics 10
loose leaf, graph
paper, course binder, pencils and eraser, ruler,
scientific or graphing calculator
Foundations of
Mathematics 11 (Nelson)
Notes will be
permitted for some homework probes but not for
all. Students must be sure to keep up with their
work on a daily basis and come in for extra help
when needed.
Tests and Quizzes
50%
Assignments and
Homework Probes 50%
If you are absent
from class, it is your responsibility to catch
up on any missed work. Check the class website,
ask classmates for notes, and see your teacher
to get any handouts. Any assignments due during
your absence will be due at the beginning of
class on the day you return (provided a note
excusing your absence has been presented to your
teacher).
Graphing
calculators will be provided for use during
class and on tests. You should have access to a
calculator at home for homework completion. You
can use your own approved calculator in class
and on assessments if you choose.
Don’t hesitate to ask questions when you need help. See your teacher to arrange extra help or use the Math Extra Help |