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## Course curriculum

• 01

### Registration

• Required Student Information

• 02

• 03

### Numbers

• Lesson 1: Review: Ordering positive and negative integers, decimals and fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Converting terminating and recurring decimals into their corresponding fractions and vice versa

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Using positive integer powers and associated real roots (square, cube and higher)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Express one quantity as a fraction of another (where the fraction is less than 1 or greater than 1)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Interpret percentages as a fraction or a decimal

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Solving problems involving percentage change (Including percentage increase/decrease and original value problems)

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Using roots, integers, and fractional indices

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Identify and work with fractions in ratio problems

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9 : Use ratio notation (including reduction to simplest form)

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Review: Express ratios and apply it to real contexts and problems (In the lesson you can use examples involving conversion, comparison, scaling, mixing, concentrations)

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Understand and use proportion as equality of ratios

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Understanding direct and inverse proportion (Including graphical and algebraic representations)

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

• 04

### Exponents and Scientific Notation

• Lesson 1: Review: Laws of Indices (Including positive, negative, zero, and fractional indices)

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Review: Exponent Rules/Index Rules including fractions and negatives

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Rational exponents (In the lesson include rewriting roots as rational exponents)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Quotient of powers (rational exponents)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Rewriting mixed radical and exponential expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Evaluating fractional exponents (negative unit-fraction and fractional base)

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Evaluating quotient of fractional exponents

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Evaluating mixed radicals and exponents

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Rewriting exponential expressions as A⋅Bᵗ

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Equivalent forms of exponential expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Solving exponential equations using properties of exponents

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-11

• 05

### Operations, Rounding, Surds, Irrational Numbers

• Lesson 1: Review: Rounding to the three significant figures and decimal places

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Applying operations to integers, decimals and fractions (proper and improper, negative and positive), and mixed numbers (positive and negative)

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Operations with powers with positive and negative exponents

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Using fractions, surds and multiples of π

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Lesson 5: Simplify surd expressions involving squares and rationalise denominators

• Quiz: Lesson 5

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• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

• 06

### Sets

• Lesson 1: Identifying number sets (In the lesson include rational, irrational, integer, natural, and real)

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Venn Diagrams: Number sets

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Venn Diagrams: Set notation

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Problem solving using sets

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• 07

### Algebra

• Lesson 1: Defining terms: expressions, equations, formulae, identities, inequalities, terms and factors

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Complex numbers: introduction to imaginary numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Imaginary unit i (In the lesson include powers of the imaginary unit, i as the principal root -1)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Classifying complex numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Adding and subtracting complex numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Multiplying complex numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: The complex plane (plotting numbers on the complex plane)

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Substitute numerical values into formulae and expressions, including scientific formulae

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Simplify and manipulate algebraic expressions (including those involving surds and algebraic fractions)

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Addition and subtraction of algebraic fractions with linear or quadratic denominator

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Intro to polynomials (parts of polynomial expressions)

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Average rate of change of polynomials (finding average rate of change, sign of average rate of change)

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

• Lesson 13: Adding and subtracting polynomials

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Multiplying monomials by polynomials

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Multiplying binomials by polynomials

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Multiplying trinomials by polynomials

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-16

• Lesson 17: Connecting the product of binomials with an area model

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Special products of polynomials (difference of squares, perfect square)

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Lesson 19: Dividing polynomials by x (without and with remainders)

• Quiz: Lesson 19

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

• Lesson 20: Dividing quadratics by linear expressions (without and with remainders, don’t need to add any details about quadratic or linear functions/graphs since that’s coming up later)

• Quiz: Lesson 20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

• Lesson 21: Dividing polynomials by linear expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 21

• Worksheet: Lessons 17-20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

• Lesson 22: Polynomial remainder theorem (finding remainders from equation)

• Quiz: Lesson 22

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 22

• Lesson 23: Remainder theorem: checking factors, finding coefficients

• Quiz: Lesson 23

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 23

• Lesson 25: Changing the subject of a formula

• Quiz: Lesson 25

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 25

• Lesson 26: Finding the value of an unknown quantity in a given formula

• Quiz: Lesson 26

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 26

• Worksheet: Lessons 21-16

• 08

### Sequences and Series

• Lesson 1: Review: Arithmetic Sequences

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Review: Fibonacci Sequence

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2 (Part 2)

• Lesson 3: Predicting the next term of a sequence (linear, triangular, fibonacci)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Generate terms of a sequence from either a term-to-term or a position-to term rule (use trickier examples compared to the last level)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 4

• Lesson 5: Formulate an algebraic formula to describe an Arithmetic and Geometric Sequence in terms of Un

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

• Lesson 6: Solve for missing terms in an arithmetic or geometric sequence

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Deduce expressions to calculate the nth term of linear and quadratic sequences

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Arithmetic series

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Geometric Series

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lessons 6-9

• 09

### Vectors

• Lesson 1: Describing translations as 2D vectors

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Addition of vectors (by scalar, diagram and column representations of vectors)

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Subtraction of vectors

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Multiplication of vectors (by scalar, diagram and column representations of vectors)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• 10

### Functions - General

• Lesson 1: Definition of ‘relation’ and ‘function’

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Function Notation

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Different types of functions: Square root function and cube root function (brief overview)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Different types of functions: Absolute value function – recognize and be able to graph

• Quiz: Lesson 4 & 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: End Behaviour and Discontinuities of Rational Function

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Symmetry and Reflection of Functions

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Domain and Range

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Calculate the points of intersections between different functions using the GDC

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lesson 5-9

• Lesson 10: Shifting Functions – Vertical and Horizontal Transformations

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lesson 10-13

• Lesson 11: Stretching Functions (functions in general, use diff graphs as examples)

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lesson 11

• Lesson 13: The equation of a circle

• Quiz: Lesson 12 & 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12 & 13

• 11

### Linear Systems and Relations

• Lesson 1: Slope- Positive, Negative, Zero, and Undefined

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Point-Slope and Slope-Intercept form

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Plotting a linear graph from an equation

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Finding an equation from a linear graph

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Parallel and Perpendicular lines (properties, characteristics, examples)

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Equations of Horizontal and Vertical Lines

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Putting it all together: From table of values to linear function to linear equation (or whatever order you think is best in the video)

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Describing transformed linear equations

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Finding POI

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Review: Solving linear systems using substitution

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Review: Solving linear systems using elimination

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Solving and graphing linear equalities and represent the solution on a number line and using set notation

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-13

• Lesson 14: Solving linear inequalities and represent the solution on a graph

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Solving problems in situational contexts (application/real-world word problems)

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• 12

### Expanding and Factoring

• Lesson 1: Different factoring methods

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 1b): Different factoring methods when coefficient is not 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1b

• Lesson 2: Expressing prime factorization of a number using powers

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Identifying the factors of a number (Including greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM). Using factor trees and factor pairs)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Factoring monomials

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Greatest common factor of monomials

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Taking common factor from binomial and trinomial

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Factoring higher degree polynomials

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Factorization with substitution (and explain why)

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Factor polynomials - perfect squares

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

• Lesson 10: Factoring - difference of squares

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Expand and simplify second-degree polynomial expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Factorisation of linear expressions of the form ax + bx + kay + kby

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Solving fractional equations that can be reduced to quadratic equations

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Formulating a quadratic equation in one variable to solve problems

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Worksheet: Lessons 10-14

• 13

• Lesson 1: Review - What is a quadratic relation? (parabola, constant second differences, x^2)

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Review: Identify key characteristics of the graph of a quadratic function ( x intercepts/roots/zeroes, vertex/turning point/max/min, axis of symmetry). NOTE: please use ‘turning point’ as a term as well, since that is what they call it in Singap

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: ax^2 + bx + c. What does standard form tell us? What key features can we identify?

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Factorised form – what key features can we identify from the equation? (ex finding the roots on the graph)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 1-4

• Lesson 5: Vertex form – what key features can we identify from the equation? (ex identifying the vertex of a parabola)

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Graphing quadratics on a cartesian plane, from an equation and/or from a table of values

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Quadratic Function Translations (show several examples and be able to describe the transformed graph)

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Quadratic Function Reflections (show several examples and be able to describe the transformed graph)

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Quadratic Function Stretches and Compressions (show several examples and be able to describe the transformed graph)

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Identify translations using vector column notation

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 10B: Describing transformations with mapping notation

• Lesson 11: Describing the relationship between the algebraic and graphical representations of a quadratic equation (comparing equation with graph)

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Review: Solving quadratic equations (review factoring [standard form to vertex form], and then show how the answers are the roots/x intercepts on the graph)

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lesson 9-12

• Lesson 13: Review: Converting from vertex form to standard form

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Review: Converting from standard for to vertex form; completing the square

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: What is a discriminant and what is it used for?

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Using the discriminant to determine the nature of roots and to solve for missing values

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15 & 16

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-16

• Lesson 17: Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula (review of lesson from earlier, but focus on the parabola and graph and what it means to find the roots)

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18A: Solve two simultaneous equations in two variables (linear/quadratic) algebraically; find approximate solutions using a graph

• Lesson 18: Solve quadratic inequalities in one variable; represent the solution set on a number line, using set notation, AND on a graph (can split this lesson up if too much!)

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Quiz: Lesson 18 (Part 2)

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18 (Part 2)

• Worksheet: Lesson 18

• Lesson 19: Contextualizing Quadratics: Word problems, what do roots and max/min mean in real life? (tossing a ball, etc.)

• Quiz: Lesson 19

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

• Lesson 20: Relate quadratics to find approximate solutions to problems such as simple kinematic problems involving distance, speed and acceleration (use more complicated examples than the last level)

• Quiz: Lesson 20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

• Worksheet: Lessons 17-20

• 14

### Exponential Functions

• Lesson 1: Compare the features of the graph y = x² and y = 2x

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2 and 3: Exponential functions

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Quiz: Lesson 2 (Part 2)

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Describing transformed exponential functions

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Growth and decay problems

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Introduction to logarithms

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Constant e and the natural logarithm

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Properties of logarithms

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• 15

### Trigonometry

• Lesson 1: Determine the missing sides of a triangle using Pythagorean Theorem

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Primary Trigonometric Ratios: Sine

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Primary Trigonometric Ratios: Using Sine & Cosine

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Primary Trigonometric Ratios: Tangent

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Word Problems with Primary Trig Ratios (ladder against a wall, accessibility ramp)

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Use of the formula 1 sin 2 ab C for the area of a triangle

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Inverse trigonometric ratios

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lesson 7

• Lesson 7B: Word Problems with Trig Ratios involving indirect measurement (double triangles, trickier word problems)

• Quiz: Lesson 7 (Part 2)

• Worksheet: Lesson 7B

• Lesson 8: Sine Law

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Cosine Law

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

• Lesson 10: Problems in two dimensions (including those involving angles of elevation and depression)

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Problems in three dimensions including those involving angles of elevation and depression and bearings

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Unit circle introduction

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Degrees vs. Radians

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Trigonometric Values of special angles (30, 45, 60, 90 degrees)

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Worksheet: Lesson 14

• Worksheet: Lessons 10-14

• Lesson 15: Graphs of sine and cosine

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Worksheet: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Graph of tangent

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Worksheet: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Graphing sine functions with transformations - stretches and compressions

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Worksheet: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Graphing sine functions with transformations - translations and cosine

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Worksheet: Lesson 18

• Worksheet: Lessons 15-18

• Lesson 19: Amplitude and midline (what they are and how to calculate)

• Quiz: Lesson 19

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

• Worksheet: Lesson 19

• Lesson 20: Domain and Range

• Quiz: Lesson 20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

• Worksheet: Lesson 20

• Lesson 21: Frequency, Cycle, and Period (what they are and how to calculate)

• Quiz: Lesson 21

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

• Worksheet: Lesson 21

• Lesson 22: Sinusoidal models

• Quiz: Lesson 22

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 22

• Worksheet: Lesson 22

• Worksheet: Lessons 19-22

• 16

### Probability

• Lesson 1: Systematic listing strategies

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Create a tree diagram to display the sample space

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Calculate possibilities from tree diagrams

• Lesson 4: Review: Calculate probabilities with replacement

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Review: Calculate probabilities without replacement

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Calculate the probabilities of independent events

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Calculate the probabilities of mutually exclusive events

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Calculate the probabilities of combined events

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Calculate and interpret conditional probabilities

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Addition and multiplication of probabilities

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Record, describe and analyse the frequency of outcomes of probability experiments (In the lesson use tables and frequency trees)

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Apply ideas of randomness, fairness and equally likely events to calculate expected outcomes of multiple future experiments

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

• Lesson 13: Relating relative expected frequencies to theoretical probability

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Apply the property that the probabilities of an exhaustive set of mutually exclusive events sum to one

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Understand that empirical unbiased samples tend towards theoretical probability distributions, with increasing sample size

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Enumerate sets and combinations of sets using tables, grids, Venn diagrams and tree diagrams

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Construct “probability spaces” for single and combined experiments with equally likely outcomes and use these to calculate theoretical probabilities

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-17

• 17

### Financial Literacy

• Lesson 1: Review: Currency Conversion

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Financial Application: Ratios and percentage increase, decrease and change

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Gross and net pay

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Types of income tax and other deductions

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

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### Data Literacy and Statistics

• Lesson 1: The difference between continuous and discrete data

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Interpreting and constructing diagrams for grouped discrete data

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Interpreting and constructing diagrams for continuous data

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Analysing and interpreting box-and-whisker plots

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Graphing and interpreting cumulative frequency curves

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Calculating the Q1, median, Q3 and IQR from a Cumulative frequency curve

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Quartiles and percentiles

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Finding the mean, mode, median, range, lower quartile (LQ), upper quartile (UQ) and interquartile (IQR) manually for list, frequency and grouped data

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Finding the mean, mode, median, range, lower quartile (LQ), upper quartile (UQ) and interquartile (IQR) using a GDC for list, frequency and grouped data

• Worksheet: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Calculating the standard deviation for a set of data (Include grouped and ungrouped data)

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Using the mean and standard deviation to compare two sets of data

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Identifying one or two variable data from a table of values

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

• Lesson 13: Displaying two variable data on a scatter plot by hand and using GDC

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Line of best fit (In the lesson draw the line of best fit through mean. Find equation of line of best fit with y=mx+c)

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Correlation coefficient

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Finding the line of regression using a GDC

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-16

• Lesson 17: Predicting points using the line of best fit (interpolation and extrapolation)

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Correlation vs. Causation

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Lesson 19: Purposes and uses, advantages and disadvantages of different statistical representations

• Quiz: Lesson 19

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

• Lesson 20: Limitations of sampling

• Quiz: Lesson 20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

• Lesson 21: Inferring properties of populations or distributions from a sample

• Quiz: Lesson 21

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

• Data Literacy and Statistics 17-21 - New

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### Geometric Properties and Constructions

• Lesson 1: Review: Points, lines, vertices, edges, planes, parallel lines, perpendicular lines

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Review: Right angles, polygons, regular polygons and polygons with reflection and/or rotation symmetries

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Standard ruler and compass constructions (In the lesson include perpendicular bisector of a line segment, constructing a perpendicular to a given line from/at a given point, bisecting a given angle)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Using the standard ruler and compass constructions to construct given figures and solve loci problems (In the lesson include that the perpendicular distance from a point to a line is the shortest distance to the line)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Applying the properties of angles at a point, angles at a point on a straight line, and vertically opposite angles

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Understand and use alternate and corresponding angles on parallel lines

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Using sum of angles in a triangle

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Applying the properties of quadrilaterals (Include square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezium, kite and rhombus, triangles, other plane figures)

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Review: Basic congruence criteria for triangles (SSS, SAS, ASA, RHS)

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Identify, describe and construct congruent and similar shapes (In the lesson, include coordinate axes and consider rotation, reflection, reflection, translation, and enlargement)

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Describing the changes and invariance achieved by combinations of rotations, reflections, and translations

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Solving simple problems involving congruence and similarity

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Scale drawings: enlarging and reducing plane figures

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-13

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### Measurement

• Lesson 14: Measure line segments and angles in geometric figures (In the lesson include interpreting maps and scale drawings and the use of bearings)

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Calculate perimeters of 2D shapes

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Review: Identify properties of faces, surfaces, edges, and vertices (cubes, cuboids, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres)

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Construct and interpret plans and elevations of 3D shapes

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Worksheet: Lessons 14-17

• Lesson 18: Area of triangles, parallelograms, trapezoid, composite shapes

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Lesson 19: Surface area of spheres, pyramids, cones, cylinders, cuboids and other right prisms

• Quiz: Lesson 19

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

• Lesson 20: Volume of spheres, pyramids, cones, cylinders, cuboids and other right prisms

• Quiz: Lesson 20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

• Lesson 21: Applying the concepts of congruence and similarity (including the relationships between lengths, areas and volumes in similar figures)

• Quiz: Lesson 21

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

• Worksheet: Lessons 18-21

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### Coordinate Geometry

• Lesson 22: Finding the gradient of a straight line given the coordinates of two points on it

• Quiz: Lesson 22

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 22

• Lesson 23: Finding the length of a line segment and the midpoint given the coordinates of its end points

• Quiz: Lesson 23

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 23

• Lesson 24A: Interpreting and finding the equation of a straight line in the form of y=mx+b

• Quiz: Lesson 24

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 24

• Lesson 24B: Slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines

• Worksheet: Lessons 22-24

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### Circles

• Lesson 25: Circle definitions and properties (In the lesson include centre, radius, chord, diameter, circumference, tangent, arc, sector, and segment)

• Quiz: Lesson 25

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 25

• Lesson 25: The equation of a circle

• Lesson 26: Symmetry properties of circles

• Quiz: Lesson 26

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 26

• Lesson 27: Circumference of a circle

• Quiz: Lesson 27 & 28

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 27

• Lesson 28: Calculate arc lengths and angles

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 28

• Lesson 29: Angle properties of circles

• Quiz: Lesson 29

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 29

• Worksheet: Lessons 25-29

• Lesson 30: Calculate the area of sectors of circles

• Quiz: Lesson 30

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 30

• Lesson 31: Using radian measure of angle (including conversion between radians and degrees)

• Quiz: Lesson 31 & 32

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 31

• Lesson 32: Problem Solving with Angles

• Worksheet: Lessons 30-32

• Quiz: Lesson 33

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 33

• Quiz: Lesson 34

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 34

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