Teacher in Charge: Mrs P. JagerRecommended Prior Learning
You will already be working at Curriculum Level 5A or above in your Year 10 Mathematics course.
Mathematics Level 1
This is a course for motivated people who like Mathematics and problem solving and who want to achieve at high levels. You’ll learn mathematics in a different way - making big links between Patterns, Graphs, Equations and Algebra.
We will start each situation in an interesting real-world situation and then make powerful generalisations to abstract ideas. Working both individually and in teams, you will be practising and learning problem solving strategies that will help in a number of different subjects.
AS 91027 Algebra
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Workbooks may be needed for some Standards. The cost for these is approx. $6 each.
A tablet or similar device is highly recommended for this course.
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Courses outlined will only be available if sufficient students wish to take them AND appropriate staff are available to teach them. Courses that do not run may be offered through distance learning and be supported by the Distance Learning Department.