DEC.19: Games Day
DEC. 18: Work Period on Budgeting Project
  • Today, you had classtime to work on your budgeting project.
  • Reminder: Budgeting Projects are due tomorrow.
DEC. 17: Work period on Budgeting Project
  • Today, you had classtime to work on your budgeting project.
  • Reminder: Budgeting Projects are due Wednesday.
DEC. 10 - 15: Update Coming Soon
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DEC. 7: Debt Repayment
  • Today, we learned about different types of debt, as well as how to calculate different debt repayment plans/options.
DEC. 6: Credit Cards
  • Today, we learned about the dangers and benefits of Credit Cards, as well as how to calculate interest on Credit Card bills.
DEC. 5: Quiz and Online Banking Options
  • Today, we wrote our Quiz on Bank Accounts, Simple Interest, and Compound Interest.
  • We explored different online banking options.
DEC. 4: Compound Interest, Continued
  • Today, we continued to learn about calculating compound interest.
  • Quiz tomorrow!
DEC. 3: Compound Interest
  • Today, we started learning about how to calculate compound interest.
  • Quiz on Wednesday! - Simple Interest, Compound Interest, and Different Banking Options
NOV. 30: Simple Interest
  • Today, we learned how to calculate simple interest using I=Prt
NOV. 29: Bank Accounts and Identity Fraud
  • Today, we learned about balancing an account.
  • We also learned about Identity Fraud and safe passwords.
NOV. 28: Why Save Money?
  • Today, we talked about why and how to save money. We learned about how to calculate potential account fees from different bankin options.
NOV. 27: Exam
  • Today, you wrote your Trig Exam.
NOV. 26: Treasure Hunt
  • Today, you worked on your Treasure Hunt. Due to misbehaviour, you will be writing a test on Trig of Right Triangles in class tomorrow.
  • Review: p. 202 #1, 2, 4, 5, 7

UNIT FIVE: RIGHT TRIANGLES
Reminder: Your unit project is due on Monday, November 26.

Lesson #

Topic

Assignment

Due Date

Skill Checks

1
Sine, Cosine, and Tangent
p. 200 # 1 – 2
p. 202 # 3 – 5
p. 205 # 6 – 8
p. 210 # 1 – 4
Nov. 14
Nov. 15, 19
2
Polygons using Trig Functions
p. 209 # 9 – 11
p. 213 # 5
Nov. 15
Nov. 15, 19
3
Real World
p. 215 # 1 – 3
p. 219 #4 – 7
p. 223 # 1 – 5
Nov. 16
Nov. 19, 20
4
Three-Dimensional Trig
p. 222 # 8 – 9
Nov. 20
Nov. 20, 21
5
Project
Treasure Hunt Lab
Nov. 26
Nov. 21, 22
UNIT FOUR: SLOPE
Reminder: Your unit project has been extended to be due Tuesday, November 13. All projects and assignments must be in on Tuesday.
Lesson # (Skills)
Topic
Assignment
Due Date
Skill Checks
1 (d, f)
What Is Slope?
p. 18 # 2 - 9
Oct. 30
Nov. 1, Nov. 2
2 (g)
Pythagorean Theorem and Tangents
p. 25 #2 – 5
Clinometer Activity
Oct. 31
Nov. 2, Nov. 5
3 (a, b)
Pitch and Grade
p. 33 # 2 - 8
Nov. 1
Nov. 5, Nov. 7
4 (c, e)
Different Slopes
Hit the Slopes Worksheet
p. 39 # 1 - 3
Nov. 2
Nov. 7, Nov. 8
5 (f)
Rate of Change
p. 50 # 1 - 7
Nov. 5
Nov. 7, Nov. 8
Project
Wheelchair Accessibility Project
Designing a wheelchair accessible building
Nov. 8
N/A
UNIT THREE: SCALE REPRESENTATIONS
Reminder: Your unit project is now due on MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. No exceptions. Come with all your drawings, your write up, and your scale model.

LESSONS, SKILL CHECKS, and DUE DATES

Lesson
Assignment
Due Date
Skill Check Date 1
Skill Check Date 2
1
p. 234 # 1 - 4
Oct. 10
Oct.10
N/A
2
p. 237 # 5 - 7
p. 239 # 8 - 10
Oct. 11
Oct. 12
Oct. 15
3
Net Diagrams Worksheet
Oct. 12
Oct. 15
Oct. 17
4
p. 246 # 1 - 4
p. 252 # 1 - 3
Oct. 15
Oct. 15
Oct. 17
5
p. 269 # 1 - 2
Connect the Dots Worksheet
Oct. 16
Oct. 17
Oct. 19
6
p. 267 # 7 - 9
Oct. 17
Oct. 19
Oct. 21
7
Straws and Connectors Worksheet
Oct. 18
Oct. 21
Oct. 23
8
Scale Design Project
Oct. 25
N/A
N/A
OCT. 9: New Unit!
  • Today, we started our learning contracts for the new unit. For all the videos, please see the WA20 - Unit Videos page on the nagivation bar to the right. Remember: you should complete the work in class. You can watch the videos at home or at school -- it's up to you.
  • First skill check: OCT 10 (tomorrow).
  • Second skill check: OCT 12 (Friday).
OCT. 4: Exam Day!
  • Today, you wrote your exams for Surface Area, Volume, and Capacity.
OCT. 3: Review Day
  • Today, you had another day to work on your review.
  • Reminder: Exam on Thursday (tomorrow!). Your review handout is due on Thursday (tomorrow!) for completion marks. The answers are attached, so make sure you check your work (and show your work, as always).
OCT. 2: Review Day
  • Today, you had another day to work on your review.
  • Reminder: Exam on Thursday. Your review handout is due on Thursday for completion marks. The answers are attached, so make sure you check your work (and show your work, as always).
OCT. 1: Review Day
  • Today, you started working on your review package.
  • You also received a formulas sheet, which you can use on your exam.
  • Reminder: EXAM ON THURSDAY. YOUR REVIEW IS ALSO DUE THURSDAY!
  • We did some goal setting in class too, so remember to focus on your goal.
SEPT. 28: Section 3.3 - Volume and Capacity
  • Short Sheet:
    • Find the surface area of the following:
      1. A cone with a height of 10 m and radius of 8 m.
      2. A cylinder with a diameter of 7 inches and height of 13 inches.
  • Today, the substitute teacher went through the notes for Section 3.3. You also did Example 2 and 3 from your textbook.
  • Assignment: Section 3.3 Build Your Skills #1, 2, 5 due Monday.
SEPT. 27: Section 3.2 - Surface Area of Cones, Spheres, and Cylinders
  • Short Sheet:
      1. Draw a net diagram for a cylinder that has a radius of 5 cm and a height of 10 cm.
      2. How much wrapping paper would it take to cover a box with the dimensions 8” by 7” by 10”? (Please draw a box diagram to go with this).
  • Today, you had a substitute teacher. Together, you went through the terms and definitions for this section, as well as examples 1, 2, and 3 from your textbook.
  • Assignment: Section 3.2 #1, 2, 4, 5 due tomorrow.
SEPT. 26: Section 3.1 - Surface Area of a Prism
  • Short Sheet:
    • Draw the net diagram of a cylinder with a radius of 5 cm and height of 15 cm.
    • What object is the following a net diagram of? (see Ms. T for the net diagram).
  • Today, we went through example 2 and 3 from your textbook.
  • Assignment: Section 3.1 Build Your Skills #1, 2, 4, 5

SEPT. 25: Net Diagrams
  • No short sheet today.
  • Today, we worked on our handout practing creating net diagrams for a variety of three-dimensional objects. This handout is due tomorrow.

SEPT. 24: Start Unit 2 - Surface Area and Volume
  • Short sheet:
    • Find the surface area of the following:
      • A square with a side length of 3 cm
      • A triangle with a base of 5 m and height of 8 m
      • A circle with a radius of 10 mm
  • Today, we worked on our Review of Concepts hand out, which is due on Tuesday (tomorrow).
  • We also started our definitions for the chapter. Do not lose your terms and definitions sheet!
SEPT. 21: Exam
  • No short sheet today.
  • Today, we wrote our exam.

SEPT. 20: Review
  • No short sheet today.
  • Today, we had a Q and A session regarding the exam, and then worked independently on our review assignment.
  • Assignment: p. 108 # 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10
  • Reminder: Unit Exam on Friday. Your Review Assignment is also due on Friday at the start of class.

SEPT. 19: Review
  • No short sheet today.
  • Today, we worked independently on our review assignment.
  • Assignment: p. 108 # 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10
  • Reminder: Unit Exam on Friday. Your Review Assignment is also due on Friday at the start of class.
SEPT. 18: Circle Graphs, continued.
  • No short sheet today.
  • Today, we went through an example interpreting circle graphs.
  • Assignment: p. 104 #1, 3, 4 due tomorrow.

SEPT. 17: Circle Graphs
  • Short sheet:
    • Complete the table. Please see Ms. Thibeault for the table.
  • Today, we learned about how to properly make a circle graph.
  • Assignment: p. 104 #2, 5, 6 due tomorrow.

SEPT. 14: Circle Graphs Introducton
  • Short sheet:
    • Name two differences between a bar graph and a histogram.
    • What is discrete data? What graph would you use?
    • What is continuous data? What graph would you use?
  • Today, we reviewed percentage, fraction, and degree calculations. Come prepared Monday knowing how to convert each of those from one to the other. It's very important for circle graphs. If you need extra practice, please see me ASAP.
  • Reminder: Unit Exam on THURSDAY!
SEPT. 13: Quiz and Histograms, continued
  • No short sheet today.
  • Today, we wrote our quiz on broken line graphs and bar graphs. We then finished up our assignment from yesterday.
  • Assignment: p. 90 #1, 3, 4, 8 - 10 due tomorrow.
SEPT. 12: Histograms
  • Short sheet:
    • No short sheet today.Instead, we looked at different bar graphs from polleverywhere.com.
  • Today, we learned about histograms and their differences (compared to bar graphs).
  • Assignment: p. 90 # 1, 3, 4
SEPT. 11: Bar Graphs, Continued
  • Short Sheet:
    • Look at the first graph on this website.
    • Describe the trend.
    • What's missing?
    • Create your own bar graph with a different scale.
    • Now, describe the trend.
  • Today, we worked on the rest of our assignment from yesterday.
  • Homework: p. 80 # 4 - 6, 8 due tomorrow for homework check, along with yesterday's assignment.
  • Reminder; QUIZ ON THURSDAY. It will cover broken line graphs and bar graphs.

SEPT. 10: Bar Graphs
  • Short Sheet:
    • Create a broken line graph for the table on the board (come see me for the table if you were away).
    • What trend do you notice, if any?
    • Can you predict what would happen on day 8? Why or why not?
  • Today, we learned about creating and reading bar graphs.
  • Assignment: p. 80 #1 - 3 due tomorrow.
SEPT. 7: Broken Line Graphs, continued.
  • Short Sheet:
    • Look at the graph on the SmartBoardof Facebook's stock over the past year. What is the highest price for the stock this year?
    • What is the overall trend?
    • Why might this be?
  • Today, we went over the short sheet as a review in class. We finished up example 4 in your notes (example 3 in the textbook). We also had some time to work on your assignment.
  • Assignment: p. 67 #3, 5, 7 (average temperature graph only).
SEPT. 6: 1.1 Broken Line Graphs
  • Short sheet:
    • In your own words, what is a broken line graph?
    • Name three places in your life where you've seen a broken line graph.
    • Name two situations where a broken line graph would be a good visual representation.
  • Today, we took notes on broken line graphing tips, and we completed example problems from your textbook. If you were away, make sure you get the notes (as always).
  • Assignment: p. 67 # 1 and 2 due tomorrow for marks.
SEPT. 5: Introduction to Problem Solving (and Unit 1 - Graphical Representations)
  • Short Sheet
    • List three ways to solve a problem
    • Solve: 3, 3, 5, 4, 4, 3, 5, 5, 4, ???
  • Today, we got our problem solving strategy sheet, as well as pre-problems (see me for a copy of these). We'll come back to these throughout the year, so do not lose them.
  • We also started Unit 1: Graphical Representations with an introduction to broken line graphs.
  • Homework
    • Finish sketching the broken line graph from the piano sales example we did on the board.

SEPT. 4: Welcome Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20!
  • I hope you have a wonderful semester with me. I'll use this wiki to keep you up-to-date on any important dates, handouts, assignments, links, and much more. If you have any questions, please use the "Discussions" tab at the top.
  • Course Outline
    • Please review your course outline and other handouts from Tuesday, September 4 and have them signed by both you and your parent/guardian where required.These are due back to me by Monday, September 10.

  • Student Profile
    • Please have your Student Profile completed by THURSDAY.

  • Bell Work
    • Bell work is any activity that we do at the start of class as a warm up and short review from the previous day, week, or chapter. It typically won't be graded; however, I may take it in for assessment from time to time. We will always go over the answers in class to ensure everyone is on the right track.
    • Even if you are away, I still encourage you to complete all bell work. I won't grade it all the time; however, I can go through the answers with you to make sure you on the right track.