Description:

Building the basics through addition and subtraction facts. Students will count to 100 in different ways, and describe quantities to 20. They will understand and apply strategies for addition and subtraction facts to 18 and recall facts to 5. They will connect numbers to their everyday life, and find geometric shapes in their surroundings. They will solve problems involving numbers, patterns and measurement.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Using mathematics to solve problems. Students will count and describe quantities to 100 in a variety of ways. They will understand and apply strategies for addition and subtraction facts to 18, recall facts to 10, and add and subtract numbers to 100. They will solve problems using numbers, patterns, measurement and data collection, and use graphs and charts to communicate information.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Introduction to multiplication and division. Students will learn about numbers to 1000, using place value. They will understand, apply and recall addition and subtraction facts to 18, and add and subtract 2- and 3-digit numbers. They will understand and recall multiplication and related division facts to 5 x 5. They will solve problems involving number, patterns, measurement and data, and use symbols to solve one-step addition and subtraction equations.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Learning about fractions and decimals. Students will learn about and compare numbers to 10 000, and add and subtract decimal numbers to hundredths. They will understand and recall multiplication and division facts to 7 x 7, and multiply and divide by 1-digit numbers. They will compare and order fractions, solve one-step equations, and find the area of 2-D shapes.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Using mathematics to solve problems. Students will understand, recall and apply multiplication and related division facts to 9 x 9. They will multiply 2-digit by 2-digit numbers, and divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. They will compare fractions with like and unlike denominators, and describe, compare, add and subtract decimal numbers (to thousandths). They will also write and solve one-step equations to solve problems with whole number solutions, and learn about probability.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Operations with numbers. Students will convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers, learn about and use integers, and understand the meaning of ratio and percent. They will multiply and divide decimal numbers, and perform operations with whole numbers using order of operations. They will use variables, graphs and tables to show number patterns.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Understanding ratios, rates and proportions. Students will understand perfect squares and square roots, and solve problems involving percents, rates, ratios and proportions. They will multiply and divide positive fractions, mixed numbers and integers. They will solve problems involving the Pythagorean theorem, surface area, volume and probability of independent events.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Students use a problem-solving approach to complete calculations and solve word problems in everyday home, workplace and community contexts.

*To use this K&E Math 8 course, teachers must own or purchase a copy of the K&E 8 Resource from Edmonton Public Schools. 

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

Description:

Working with powers and polynomials. Students will solve problems involving powers and apply the order of operations, including exponents. They will solve problems involving operations on positive and negative fractions and decimals, and understand square roots of positive numbers. They will model and solve problems using linear equations and linear inequalities in one variable. They will also be introduced to polynomials and solve problems involving circle geometry and scale diagrams.

Prerequisite:

  • None

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Students use a problem-solving approach to complete calculations and solve word problems in everyday home, workplace and community contexts.

Textbook Required: Basic Math Skills, AGS Publishing - 2003

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course developed by Jen Hekkink, Ed Van Horn & Jenn Southcombe from Black Gold School Division

Description: (5 credits) 

The topics covered include measurement, trigonometry, polynomials, systems of equations and relations and functions. 

Prerequisite:

  • Math 9

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: (5 credits) 

Math 10-3 is focused on on basic mathematical understanding. The topics covered include measurement, trigonometry, geometry, finance and reasoning.

The content of this course is in book format so that teachers can edit the content.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description

Knowledge and Employability mathematics courses focus on developing essential mathematics knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for everyday living at home, in the workplace and in the community. 

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course created by Ingrid Martel with resources shared by Lac La Biche Outreach and Alberta Education.

Description: (5 credits)

Math 20-1 has a continued emphasis of precise mathematical theory. The approaches are primarily algebraic and graphical. This course contains video lessons, online quizzes, notes and assignments.

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10C

*Course developed in Black Gold School Division by Dan Blackburn

Description: (5 credits)

Topics include measurement, geometry, logical reasoning, statistics, relations, functions, and a mathematical research project.  

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10C

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: (5 credits)

Topics include measurement, geometry, logical reasoning, statistics, relations, functions, and a mathematical research project.  

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10C

*Course developed in Black Gold School Division by Dan Blackburn

Description: (5 credits)

Topics Include measurement, geometry, finance, linear algebra and statistics. This course sequence has been developed for those students who are considering a career in the trades.

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10-3 or 40% (or greater) in Math 10C

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

*Two alternate courses are found in the teacher 'hidden sections' - one shared by BGSD Outreach that requires the MathWorks11 student workbook & teacher guide. The other course, a Print Hybrid based on Alberta Ed material, shared by Candace Maclean from the Sturgeon learning Center.

Description: (5 credits)

Students solve everyday problems involving numbers and percents, and decide if the processes used are reasonable. They explore patterns, variables and expressions, and interpret variables, equations and relationships, to solve problems in practical situations.

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10-3 or 40% (or greater) in Math 10C

*Course created by Ingrid Martel and Amanda Roth with resources shared by Lac La Biche Outreach.

Description: (5 credits) 

Topics include trigonometry, relations and functions, permutations, combinations and binomial theorem.

This is a diploma course where students will write a government final exam.

Prerequisite: 

  • Math 20-1

*Course Developed in Black Gold School Division by Dan Blackburn

Description: (5 credits)  

Topics include logical reasoning, probability, relations and functions, and a mathematical research project. This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 50% of their mark.

Prerequisite:

  • Math 20-2 or 40% (or greater) in Math 20-1
*Course created in Black Gold School Division by Dan Blackburn

Description:

Topics include measurement, geometry, algebra, statistics, and probability. This course sequence has been developed for those students who are considering a career in trades.  There is no diploma exam for this course.

Prerequisite:

  • Math 20-3 or 40% (or greater) in Math 20-1 or Math 20-2

*Course created by Matthew Brehmer and Jon Ganton from Black Gold School Division.

Description: 

Mathematics 31 emphasizes the theoretical and practical development of topics in the algebra of functions, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus up to a standard acceptable for entry into all first-year programs in mathematics, science, engineering and business. 

Pre or corequisite: 

  • Math 30-1

*Course developed in Black Gold School Division by Dan Blackburn