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MFM1P1

COURSE NAME / Applied Mathematics / GRADE / 9
COURSE CODE / MFM1P1 / CREDIT VALUE / 1.0
TEACHER / Mr. Krasnewych / DEPARTMENT / Mathematics
PREREQUISITE / None
COURSE DESCRIPTION: / This course enables students to develop an understanding of mathematical concepts related to introductory algebra, proportional reasoning, and measurement and geometry through investigation, the effective use of technology, and hands-on activities. Students will investigate real-life examples to develop various representations of linear relations, and will determine the connections between the representations. They will also explore certain relationships that emerge from the measurement of three-dimensional figures and two-dimensional shapes. Students will consolidate their mathematical skills as they solve problems and communicate their thinking.
OVERALL EXPECTATIONS: /

### Number Sense and Algebra

/ -Solving Problems Involving Proportional Reasoning
-Simplifying Expressions and Solving Equations

### Linear Relations

/ -Using Data Management to Investigate Relationships
-Determining Characteristics of Linear Relations
-Investigating Constant Rate of Change
-Connecting Various Representations of Linear Relations and Solving Problems Using the Representations

### Measurement and Geometry

/ -Investigating the Optimal Values of Measurements of Rectangles
-Solving Problems Involving Perimeter, Area, and Volume
-Investigating and Applying Geometric Relationships
TEXTBOOK / REPLACEMENT COST
Pearson 9 / \$100

COMMUNICATION

Please direct all questions or concerns regarding student progress or program of study to the classroom teacher. The department number is 416-395-3240 ext. 20080.

ASSESSMENT AS, FOR, and OF STRATEGIES

These include varied types: Quizzes, Descriptive Feedback, Labs, Assignments, Group Work, Tests, Presentations, and Examinations.

EVALUATION OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT:

Evaluation of student achievement is based on the following categories:

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## PERCENTAGE

•Knowledge / 25% /
/ 10%
•Thinking / 10% /
• EQAO
/ 10%
•Communication / 10% /
• Final Exam
/ 10%
•Application / 25%

UNITS OF STUDY & EVALUATION TASKS

Unit of Study / Assessment Timeline

Unit 1 – Grade 8 Review

1.11 Integers / Week 1 (7 periods)
1.12 Fractions
1.13BEDMAS

Unit 2– Measurement and Geometry

2.11Perimeter and Area / Week 3 (11 periods)
2.12 Perimeter of composite figures
2.13 Area of composite figures
2.14 Pythagorean relationship
2.15 Volume of Prisms
2.16Volume of Cones, Sphere, Cylinders
2.21Angles and Geometry
2.31 Optimization
2.41 Word Problems

Unit 3 – Exploring Relationships

3.11 Scatter plots and describing relationships / Week 5 (9 periods)
3.12Line of best fit
3.13Linear relationships
3.14Nonlinear relationships
3.15First differences
3.16Interpreting graphs
3.21 Word Problems

Unit 4 – Linear Relationships

4.11 Identifying linear relationships / Week 7 (9 periods)
4.12 Interpreting graphs
4.13 Distance-time graphs/Rate of change
4.14 Direct and Partial Variation
4.21Real life situations/Word Problems
4.22 Word Problems

Unit 5 – Proportional Reasoning

5.11 Ratios / Week 9 (9 periods)
5.12 Proportions
5.13 Unit rate
5.14 Percent
5.15 Solving problems using proportional reasoning
5.21 Word Problems

Unit 6 – Algebra

6.11 Powers review / Week 11 (14 periods)
6.12 Like terms
6.13 Modelling polynomials
6.14 Simplifying polynomials
6.15 Expansion (constant term by a polynomial)
6.16Product of two monomials
6.21 Product of monomial and polynomial
6.31 Solving Equations 1-step
6.32 Solving Equations 2-step
6.33 Solving Equations multi-step

Final Evaluation

EQAO / Week 14 (5 periods)
Culminating Activity / Week 16
Examination

Note: The above timeline should be considered tentative and subject to change at the teacher’s discretion.

### Absences: Daily attendance and punctuality are essential if you are to receive maximum benefit from this course. If you are absent from class, you are responsible for the work, tests and assignments missed. When you return to class after an absence, you must present a note to explain the absence (date, reason and signature). If you will be away from class for an extended period of time, please inform your subject teacher and ask for school work during your absence.

Homework: Homework will be assigned on a regular basis. Its consistent completion is an indication of your willingness to accept responsibility, to set priorities, and to manage your time effectively.

Assignments: If work is handed in late, your teacher may inform you that the work will be delayed in its return. If the work is handed in after the assignment is already returned, or if the work is completed at such a time that it is no longer relevant, your teacher may refuse to accept it.