Math 11 – Foundations


It is recommended that students complete Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10 or equivalent.
This course is in the process of being revised. It currently is not compatible with iOS and will not work on an iPhone or iPad

View the complete learning outcomes for this course: Foundations of Math 11 Curriculum

In order to meet the challenges of society, high school graduates must be numerate. Students studying Foundations of Mathematics 11 will have opportunities to improve their numeracy skills and concepts, and will study mathematical concepts useful in daily life, business, industry, and govern­ment. Students need to be able to use mathematics, not just in their work lives, but in their personal lives as citizens and consumers. It is intended that students will learn to value mathematics and become confident in their mathematical abilities.

Outline

  • Unit 1 (First Assignment):  Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
  • Unit 2:  Properties of Angles and Triangles
  • Module 1 Test
  • Unit 3:  Non-Right Angled Trigonometry
  • Unit 4:  System of Linear Inequalities
  • Module 2 test
  • Unit 5:  Quadratic Functions and Equations
  • Module 3 test
  • Unit 6:  Proportional Reasoning
  • Unit 7:  Statistical Reasoning
  • Module 4 test

Assessments:

  • Assignments
    • First Assignment – 5% of mark
    • 7 Unit Assignments – 30% of mark
  • Tests – 4 (65% of total mark)

Required Resources: a computer with internet access. A graphing/scientific calculator (available online)

BC Performance Standards