Support Resources for Math 504

Probability

Supplemental Videos

Introduction to Probability: https://youtu.be/KzfWUEJjG18

Conditional Probability https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibINrxJLvlM

Combinations and Permutations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NAASclUm4k

 

Logarithms and Finance

Mr. Forler's Exponents, Roots, Logarithms and Financial Math Lesson Videos https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLT9vn0DBcu7Mb7_N8hKl9Dy9UTV4x3Ek

Exponents - Math Antics: Intro to Exponents: https://youtu.be/-zUmvpkhvW8

Exponents - Math Antics: Exponents and Square Roots: https://youtu.be/B4zejSI8zho

Exponents - Math Antics: Laws of Exponents: https://youtu.be/LkhPRz7Hocg

 

Functions and Inverses 

Introduction to function inverses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W84lObmOp8M

How to find the Inverse function https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zeYEx4eTdc

 

Graph Theory

Mr. Forler's Graph Theory Lesson Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLT9vn0DBcu6lI_cK3yG3kG-4FEEIdhhU

Graph theory in game development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vdrVh9jqik

Intro to Graph Theory https://youtu.be/82zlRaRUsaY

Student Project - Graph Theory https://youtu.be/FcrWDCkCX6g

 

Algebra and Linear Equations and Inequalities

Mr. Forler's Optimization Lesson Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLT9vn0DBcu6_ehgdomom17GMpOnHyiRE

Algebra Basics: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/NybHckSEQBI

Graphing: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/9Uc62CuQjc4

Solving Equations: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/l3XzepN03KQ

Solving Equations 2: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/Qyd_v3DGzTM

Solving 2-step equations: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/LDIiYKYvvdA

The distributive Property: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/v-6MShC82ow

Basic Linear Functions: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/MXV65i9g1Xg

Slope: Math Antics - https://youtu.be/rpMu98yRk40

Linear Equations Practice Questions

Check out L1 to L13 on https://ca.ixl.com/math/grade-10

Linear Systems Practice Questions:

Check out the Systems of Equations section on IXL: https://ca.ixl.com/math/grade-11

Inequalities

 Introducing inequalities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cQjqAZ8Wmw

Inequalities: Math Dude - https://youtu.be/8hhewFQ_K0w

Solving inequalities by graphing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=940ggMx7h6g

Ms. James (Philemon Wright)

https://msjameswqsb.weebly.com/11-cst-videos.html

 

MAT504 (CST) Introduction

Teacher

Mr. Forler

Course Syllabus

MAT504 Syllabus 

Required Materials

  • Graph Paper (lined is ok)
  • 3-ring binder and notebook
  • School Agenda
  • Pens or Pencils
  • Basic Scientific Calculator
  • Ruler
  • Eraser
  • Completed Homework

Recuperation/Help Times

To be determined

Evaluation Breakdown

The students will be evaluated in the following competencies:

  • Ability to solve a situational problem (Competency 1 (C1): 30% of the year)
  • Use of mathematical reasoning (Competency 2 (C2): 70% of the year)

Marks breakdown for the year

Mathematics Competency

Term 1

Term 2

       Term 3

Final Exam

Final Result %

Term 3 work and Final Exam marks will be entered in Term 3 reporting

C1  (30%)

N/E*

7.5%

7.5%

15%

30%

C2 (70%)

14%

14%

14%

28%

70%

Total %

14%

21.5%

21.5%

43%

100%

   * Competency 1 will not be evaluated in term 1

Marks breakdown for term work          

Competencies

Competency 1

Solves a Situational Problem

(30% of the term mark)

 

Competency 2

Uses Math Reasoning

(70% of the term mark)

Criteria:

  • Understanding the problem
  • Solving steps correctly
  • Having & validating appropriate steps & answers
  • Knowing what steps to do
  • Applying & solving steps correctly
  • Justifying work
  • Organization
  • Making generalizations or conclusions (conjecture)

Breakdown

Situational Problem:

Term 2 and Term 3

100%

Tests:

50%

Quizzes:

30%

Assignments:

20%

Mid-Year Exam

There will be a midterm exam in term 2 (date: TBA)

June Final Exam

There will be a final exam consisting of a 2-hour session for competency 1 and a 3-hour session for competency 2 (date: TBA)

Assignments and due dates

To be determined

Final Exam Dates

To be detremined

Exam Review

To be determined

Departmental resources and links for Subject Enrichment

To be determined

Late Work Submission Protocol

Submit your assignment through the method specified in the assignment. Send your teacher a notification that you have submitted the assignment.

 

COM-534 Introduction

Teacher

Mr. Forler

Course Syllabus

COM-534 Syllabus

Required Materials

  • Notebook for in-class note taking
  • Pen for note-taking
  • Chromebook, or laptop
  • Tablet or cell phone (when directed by teacher for testing summative project)

Recuperation/Help Times

To be determined

Evaluation Breakdown

Each Term

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

%  Breakdown

 

20%

36%

44%

Practical (51%)

Coding assignments, Project-related assignments.

6

21

39

Theory (49%)

Research projects, Digital Citizenship, computer and cyber security

14

15

5

 

Assessment Activity

 Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 

Computer Parts Research

5%

   

Operating System Quiz

1%

   

Binary Numbers Assignment

2%

   

Purchasing a Computer Assignment

5%

   

Computers and Society

   15%  

Mediaboard Assignment

2%

   

Computer Security Quiz

2%

   

Cybersecurity Quiz

2%

   

Quiz App Assignment

 

2%

 

Flowchart Assignment

 

2%

 

Digital Citizenship Quiz

 

2%

 

Loops Quiz

 

2%

 

Exploring mobile sensors

 

2%

 

Midterm Exam

 

10%

 

IS/IT Careers Assignment

   

5%

Summative Project

   

38%

Daily Assignments

1%

1%

1%

 

35.00%

31.00%

34.00%

Summative Project Details

     

Each Term

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Project Definition Document Assignment

    10% 

Mid-project Check-in Assignment

   

5%

Software Testing Assignment

   

3%

Final Software

   

15%

Software Demonstration Video

   

5%

Assignments and Due Dates

To be determined

Final Exam Dates

To be detremined

Exam Review

To be determined

Departmental resources and links for Subject Enrichment

To be determined

Late Work Submission Protocol

Submit your assignment through the method specified in the assignment. Send your teacher a notification that you have submitted the assignment.