Level 1 Abstract Mathematics AMAT101
Teacher in Charge: Mrs L. MacEwan.
Abstract Mathematics (AMAT101):
This course aims to give students the necessary mathematical and algebraic skills and background to continue with Mathematics at Level 2, as well as to further develop logical thinking and problem solving techniques. A lot of the mathematical knowledge taught in this course is in the more abstract field of Mathematics needed to further study courses with mathematic rich content at University. There will be one external AS offered.
This course is designed around the Level 1 achievement standards and Level 6 of the Mathematics Curriculum. Students are expected to sit the standard offered in this course to be admitted into Level 2 courses.
Study of statistical Mathematics including multi-variate, Bi-Variate and Time Series data.
In this term we will look at graphing and equations
This term will mainly be a focus on the Algebra content. Also some Trigonometry and Measurement
This term we will finish by looking at Number
Recommended Prior Learning
Students should be showing mathematical aptitude in Year 10 with an eagerness to learn new concepts and a desire to succeed in mathematical study.. Students will be placed by the HOD in the Level 1 Mathematics course which most suits their background, ability and future pathway in consultation with the student and their Yr 10 teacher.
You will be assessed in this course through all or a selection of the standards listed below.
Total Credits Available: 5 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 5 credits.