P R O M O T I N G S T U D E N T S A H E A D O F S C H E D U L EP R E S E N T E D B Y : A A R O N D I X O N A N D S E E N U...
Advanced Math Students will have the option of taking their classeither in class or online. All students must report to ...
Advanced Math I For rising 6th grade students – students who completedadvanced math at the 5th grade level and not enroll...
Advanced Math I continued Students must score a minimum of 1770 to be placedin advanced math (7th or 8th ) Borderline st...
Advanced Math II For rising 7th grade students who have successfullycompleted 6th grade math class. Students must have s...
Advanced Math II continued Borderline students may be retested at the discretionof the math specialist. Parents will be ...
Advanced Math I and II CurriculumNumber and Number Sense 6.2 The student will a) investigate and describe fractions, dec...
Advanced Math I and II CurriculumNumber and Number Sense continued … 7.1 The student will a) investigate and describe th...
Advanced Math I and II CurriculumComputation and Estimation 6.7 The student will solve single-step and multisteppractical...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Measurement and Geometry 6.10 The student will a) define π (pi) as the ratio of the c...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Measurement and Geometry continued … The student will a) describe volume and surface ...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Measurement and Geometry continued … 8.7 The student will a) investigate and solve pr...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Probability and Statistics 6.16 The student will a)compare and contrastdependent and i...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Patterns, Functions, and Algebra 6.19 The student will investigate and recognize a) t...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum MATH PROJECTS 8.10 The student will a) verify the PythagoreanTheorem; and b) apply the...
Advanced Math I and II Curriculum MATH PROJECTS 8.15 The student will a) solve multistep linearequations in one variable...
Advanced Math I and II Questions and Answers Examples of each strand are on the VDOE website Online Contact: Mr. Seenu ...
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Advanced math i & ii 6-18-2013

  1. 1. P R O M O T I N G S T U D E N T S A H E A D O F S C H E D U L EP R E S E N T E D B Y : A A R O N D I X O N A N D S E E N U S A M A L AT E A C H E R S : M S . J . M A S O N , D R . D . K L E I N , A N D M R S . F .T R A V I S .Advanced Math I & II
  2. 2. Advanced Math Students will have the option of taking their classeither in class or online. All students must report to class on the first day ofsummer school (July 1st). Students taking the online course must take the posttest during the week of July 29th to August 1st. Online students have the option of coming to classfor assistance in math.
  3. 3. Advanced Math I For rising 6th grade students – students who completedadvanced math at the 5th grade level and not enrolled inthe IB program. Students must have scored a minimum of 1630 on theAlgebra Readiness Diagnostic Test (ARDT), have a B orhiger grade, and be recommended by their teacher to beeligible for enrollment. Successful completion of Advanced Math I will allowstudents to take 7th or 8th grade math as a 6th gradestudent.
  4. 4. Advanced Math I continued Students must score a minimum of 1770 to be placedin advanced math (7th or 8th ) Borderline students may be retested at the discretionof the math specialist. Parents will be notified of the grade level theirchildren will be placed in for the upcoming schoolyear (2013-2014).
  5. 5. Advanced Math II For rising 7th grade students who have successfullycompleted 6th grade math class. Students must have scored 1730 or higher, havegrade B or higher, and receive teacherrecommendation to be considered for the AdvancedMath II class. Successful completion of Advanced Math II willallow students to take 8th grade math or Algebra I asa 7th grade student.
  6. 6. Advanced Math II continued Borderline students may be retested at the discretionof the math specialist. Parents will be notified of the grade level theirchildren will be placed in for the upcoming schoolyear (2013-2014). Please ensure that your contact information (phone,address, and/or email) is up to date and accurate.
  7. 7. Advanced Math I and II CurriculumNumber and Number Sense 6.2 The student will a) investigate and describe fractions, decimals, andpercents as ratios; b) identify a given fraction, decimal, or percent from arepresentation; c) demonstrate equivalent relationships amongfractions, decimals, and percents; and d) compare and order fractions, decimals, andpercents. 6.8 The student will evaluate whole number numericalexpressions, using the order of operations.
  8. 8. Advanced Math I and II CurriculumNumber and Number Sense continued … 7.1 The student will a) investigate and describe the concept of negativeexponents for powers of ten; b) determine scientific notationfor numbers greater than zero; c)compare and order fractions,decimals, percents, and numbers written in scientificnotation; 8.1 The student will a) simplify numerical expressionsinvolving positive exponents, using rational numbers, order ofoperations, and properties of operations with real numbers; 8.4 The student will apply the order of operations to evaluatealgebraic expressions for given replacement values of thevariables.
  9. 9. Advanced Math I and II CurriculumComputation and Estimation 6.7 The student will solve single-step and multisteppractical problems involving addition, subtraction,multiplication, and division of decimals. 7.4 The student will solve single-step and multisteppractical problems, using proportional reasoning. 8.3 The student will a) solve practical problemsinvolving rational numbers, percents, ratios, andproportions; and b) determine the percent increaseor decrease for a given situation.
  10. 10. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Measurement and Geometry 6.10 The student will a) define π (pi) as the ratio of the circumference ofa circle to its diameter; b) solve practical problems involving circumferenceand area of a circle, given the diameter or radius; c) solve practical problems involving area andperimeter; and d) describe and determine the volume and surfacearea of a rectangular prism.
  11. 11. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Measurement and Geometry continued … The student will a) describe volume and surface area of cylinders; b) solve practical problems involving the volume andsurface area of rectangular prisms and cylinders; and c) describe how changing one measured attribute of arectangular prism affects its volume and surface area. 7.12 The student will represent relationships with tables,graphs, rules, and words.
  12. 12. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Measurement and Geometry continued … 8.7 The student will a) investigate and solve practical problemsinvolving volume and surface area of prisms,cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and b) describe how changing one measured attributeof a figure affects the volume and surface area. 8.14 The student will make connections between anytwo representations (tables, graphs, words, andrules) of a given relationship.
  13. 13. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Probability and Statistics 6.16 The student will a)compare and contrastdependent and independent events; and b) determine probabilities for dependent andindependent events. 8.12 The student will determine the probability ofindependent and dependent events with and withoutreplacement.
  14. 14. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum Patterns, Functions, and Algebra 6.19 The student will investigate and recognize a) the identity properties for addition and multiplication; b) themultiplicative property of zero; and c) the inverse property formultiplication. 7.13 The student will a) write verbal expressions as algebraic expressionsand sentences as equations and vice versa; and b)evaluate algebraicexpressions for given replacement values of the variables. 7.16 The student will apply the following properties of operations withreal numbers: a) the commutative and associative properties for addition andmultiplication; b) the distributive property; c) the additive and multiplicative identity properties; d) the additive and multiplicative inverse properties; and e) themultiplicative property of zero.
  15. 15. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum MATH PROJECTS 8.10 The student will a) verify the PythagoreanTheorem; and b) apply the Pythagorean Theorem. 7.7 The student will compare and contrast thefollowing quadrilaterals based on properties:parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, andtrapezoid. 6.9 The student will make ballpark comparisonsbetween measurements in the U.S. CustomarySystem of measurement and measurements in themetric system.
  16. 16. Advanced Math I and II Curriculum MATH PROJECTS 8.15 The student will a) solve multistep linearequations in one variable with the variable on oneand two sides of the equation; c) identify propertiesof operations used to solve an equation. 8.17 The student will identify the domain, range,independent variable, or dependent variable in agiven situation.
  17. 17. Advanced Math I and II Questions and Answers Examples of each strand are on the VDOE website Online Contact: Mr. Seenu Samala ssamala@richmond.k12.va.us; 804-868-5278 Please contact Mr. Aaron Dixon atadixon2@richmond.k12.va.us 804-780-7774

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