Course ID: 02072AS17-2
Credits: 0.5
Term: Spring 2017
Prerequisites:

Algebra I or equivalent and Geometry segment 1





Course Description:

One day in 2580 B.C., a very serious architect stood on a dusty desert with a set of plans.  His plans called for creating a structure 480 feet, with a square base and triangular sides, using stone blocks weighing two tons each.  The Pharaoh wanted the job done right.  The better our architect understood geometry, the better were his chances for staying alive. Geometry is everywhere, not just in pyramids.  Engineers use geometry to bank highways and build bridges.  Artists use geometry to create perspective in their paintings, and mapmakers help travelers find things using the points located on a geometric grid.  Throughout this course, we’ll take you on a mathematical highway illuminated by spatial relationships, reasoning, connections, and problem solving. This course is all about points, lines and planes.  Just as importantly, this course is about acquiring a basic tool for understanding and manipulating the real world around you.



Topics & Concepts:
Module 06 Coordinate Geometry
  • 06.00 Module Six Checklist and Pretest
  • 06.01 Using the Coordinates
  • 06.02 Slope
  • 06.03 Module Six Quiz
  • 06.04 Coordinate Applications
  • 06.05 Module Six Activity
  • 06.06 Module Six Review and Practice Exam
  • 06.07 Module Six Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 06.08 Module Six Exam
Module 07 Right Triangles and Trigonometry
  • 07.00 Module Seven Checklist and Pretest
  • 07.01 Solving Right Triangles
  • 07.02 Trigonometric Ratios
  • 07.03 Module Seven Quiz
  • 07.04 Applying Trigonometric Ratios
  • 07.05 Module Seven Activity
  • 07.06 Module Seven Review and Practice Exam
  • 07.07 Module Seven Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 07.08 Module Seven Exam
Module 08 Volume and Figures
  • 08.00 Module Eight Checklist and Pretest
  • 08.01 Formulas
  • 08.02 Applications of Volume
  • 08.03 Module Eight Quiz
  • 08.04 Density
  • 08.05 3-D Figures
  • 08.06 Module Eight Activity
  • 08.07 Module Eight Review and Practice Exam
  • 08.08 Module Eight Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 08.09 Module Eight Exam
Module 09 Circles
  • 09.00 Module Nine Checklist and Pretest
  • 09.01 Properties of a Circle
  • 09.02 Inscribed and Circumscribed Circles
  • 09.03 Module Nine Quiz
  • 09.04 Applications of Circles
  • 09.05 Honors Extension Activity
  • 09.06 Module Nine Review and Practice Exam
  • 09.07 Module Nine Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 09.08 Module Nine Exam
  • 09.09 Segment Two Collaboration Component
  • 09.10 End of Course Information
  • 09.11 Segment Two Practice Exam
  • 09.12 Segment Two Exam


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