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e-Learning Ontario – Ontario Educational Resource Bank Interactive Learning Math Resources – GRADE 9 Subject Topic Description ELO # In this activity, students will practice making change from various amounts of money. They will use the "counting Making Change ELO1142700 up" strategy to ensure that they are accurate. This activity allows students to consolidate their understanding of perimeter, volume and area in a fun, Jeopardy- Jeopardy ELO1142740 style game. In this unit students will learn to read, write and understand money values using words, symbols, and numbers. MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 1 – Entire They will use estimation strategies to estimate amounts of money, and how much change they will get when they ELO1144300 Unit: Money Sense buy something. They will learn and practice a method for making change. Finally, they will learn to solve problems involving money by estimating and calculating the total cost of several items. In this unit, you will use your skills to accurately measure and estimate lengths, mass and capacity using the MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 2 – Entire Metric system. You will use tape measures, rulers, web – sites and calculators to aid you in your measurement Unit: Understanding and Using the ELO1144800 calculations. This unit will require you to complete assignments in both the workplace and everyday-life Metric System situations. MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 3 – Entire In this unit, you will use your skills to accurately measure and estimate lengths using the Imperial system. You Unit: Measurement of Length using ELO1143770 will use tape measures, rulers and calculators to aid you in your measurement calculations. the Imperial System MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 4 – Entire In this unit, you will use your skills to accurately measure and estimate perimeter, area and volume using the Unit: Understanding and Applying ELO1144990 Metric system. Perimeter, Area, and Volume MAT 1L In this unit students will develop their understanding of fractions through the use of diagrams and interactive MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 5 – Entire elements. They will learn to add and subtract fractions using real-life models such as a clock, a ruler, and money ELO1144370 Unit: Fractions and Percent values. They will explore the relationship between fractions and decimals, which will lead into learning about percent. In the final activity they will solve real life problems using fractions and percentages. In this unit, you will learn to identify and use ratios and rates found in your everyday experiences. You will MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 6 – Entire develop skills in identifying and calculating equivalent ratios and use these skills to solve real-life problems. You ELO1144420 Unit: Ratio and Rate will learn to calculate important rates such as heart rate, speed, rate of pay and unit costs and use rates to solve real-life problems. In this unit, you will complete the Culminating Activity for this course. You will design, decorate and furnish your dream bedroom. This project will include lots of choice in terms of choosing flooring, paint and bedroom MAT1L (Catholic): Unit 7 – Entire furniture. Along the way, you will determine the total cost for each item and keep track of it using a spreadsheet. ELO1144480 Unit: Culminating Activity When your dream bedroom is complete, you will have a chance to reflect on your work and the amount of money you “spent”! In the culminating activity for this course, students pretend that they are entrepreneurs going through the process of setting up a small business. This resource has also been developed for Grade 8 Mathematics. To make things MAT1L: Unit 6 - Entire Unit: more manageable, the assignment is broken up into the five parts: research involving what it means to be an Culminating Activity - You be the ELO1145840 entrepreneur, writing an application for a small business grant, creating and costing out a list of inventory for the Boss! business, drawing to scale a floor plan of the business space that they have been awarded, and the calculation of the total cost of renovating the business space. Subject Topic Description ELO # A math jeopardy-style quiz testing students on their knowledge regarding linear and non-linear Math Jeopardy ELO1002842 relationships, problem solving model, and statistics/sampling methods and terms. For 1 to 4 players. Simulators that allow students to collect data for graphing and determining relationships without having to Footprints ELO1002550 use the actual objects. Great for students who might have missed data collection in class with their peers as Basketball Drop ELO1002555 subjects. Unit for Number Sense and Algebra strand, contains 16 activities which develop skills in Proportional Reasoning and Algebraic modelling. Activity 16 is the culminating activity which gives the students an opportunity the apply all their learning in planning a 'virtual vacation.' A unit test also is included. among MFM1P (Catholic): Unit 1 - Entire other things, students should be encouraged to think reflectively and creatively to evaluate situations and ELO1011220 Unit: Number Sense and Algebra solve problems. Teachers using this resource are advised to ascertain the availability and suitability of the recommended website(s)/hyperlink(s) beforehand. Teachers using this resource are advised to set up an e- discussion board in advance to substitute for the defunct drop-box feature in activities 6,8, and 11; should they wish to administer these portions of these activities in an electronic learning environment. This unit contains 24 activities and a unit test which collectively, develop the following set of expectations for the Linear Relations strand: apply data-management techniques to investigate relationships between two MFM1P (Catholic): Unit 2 - Entire variables; determine the characteristics of linear relations; demonstrate an understanding of constant rate of ELO1011660 Unit: Linear Relations Introduction change and its connection to linear relations; connect various representations of a linear relation, and solve problems sing the representations. TEMP EDIT NOTE: This resource may possibly need to be called back from the repository, because of problems with hyperlinks in some activities. This unit covers the following activities: Geometer's Sketch Pad, Greatest Area with a Fixed Perimeter, Minimum Perimeter for a Given Area, Pythagorean Theorem, Perimeter and ARea of Composite Plane MFM1P (Catholic): Unit 3: Figures, Volume of Prisms, Volume of Cylinders, Volume of Pyramids and Cones, Volume of a Sphere, Measurement and Geometry: Review of Geometric Concepts, Investigating Geometric Relationships, Interior and Exterior Angles of ELO1011720 Introduction Triangles, Interior and Exterior Angles of Quadrilaterals, Interior and Exterior Angles of Parallel Lines, MFM 1P Diagonals Teachers using this resource are advised to ascertain the availability and suitability of the recommended website(s)/hyperlink(s) beforehand. Students collect data to determine if there is a relationship between the height of a player and the number of successful free throw shots out of a possible 10. There are 10 pictures different basketball players whose Basketball Throw individual heights are revealed to the students. When they click on the picture of a particular player, there ELO1030410 will be an animation of a basketball being shot by that player, towards a basket quickly 10 times. The number of successful throws is shown in the table of values. -solving, time and resource management skills. Interactive matching game with a cryptogram puzzle. Reviews expanded and simplified polynomial Pizzazz! expressions. Students match each simplified expression with its expanded counterpart. Once this stage is ELO1030620 successfully completed, they solve a cryptogram based on the results of the matches. A matching game where students solve equations and match the correct solution with the matching Solve the Equation ELO1084730 equation. This multimedia interactive learning object is a game in which students must determine the location of the Battleship ELO1241280 all the battleships. Developed for use in MFM1P (Catholic). This resource is a computer activity that allows students to change Changing Lines the slope (pitch) of a line that is drawn on a set of axes. Students should be encouraged to think reflectively ELO1002551 and creatively in their problem solving. Students will be able to know what happens to the linear equations when different initial conditions and Create a Formula ELO1002646 rates of change. Solving the World’s Problems Create and use a graph to solve a real problem. ELO1002706 Developed for use in MFM1P (Catholic). In this activity you will learn to describe trends and relationships MFM 1P (Catholic) observed in data, make inferences from data, compare the inferences with hypotheses about the data, and Unit 2: Activity 6: ELO1012370 explain the differences between the inferences and the hypotheses. You are encouraged to think reflectively Trends and Relationships and creatively to evaluate situations and solve problems. Students will identify the point of intersection of two linear relations in the context of various real-life Are You Ready to Explain My applications. Students will answer multiple choice questions about each application in this interactive ELO1241270 Point!: MFM1P learning object. MFM 1P Subject Topic Description ELO # An interactive activity in which the user can input a value for the slope (rate of change) in order We're Going Batty to see what happens to 1.finite differences in a table of values 2.the slope of the line ELO1002655 3.algebraically as the coefficient of x in the equation This unit is meant to ease students back into mathematics. It is also meant to introduce extra- curricular opportunities within the high school. Students will complete an introductory quiz to see what they remember and what they need to refresh! Students will learn how to work with integers as well as apply them to real life situations. They will learn the exponent laws, review MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 1 - percents, ratios, and rates. There are two quizzes and one assignment to solidify their learning. Entire Unit: Recap and Number ELO1105800 Students are able to explore all of these concepts using Algebra tiles and various links. Sense Opportunities for individual learning and group interaction through discussions are provided, so that by the end of the unit, the students are prepared to complete both a formative and Summative assessment on integers. Users should be aware that expectations.html may contain some inaccuracies. In these activities, students will learn new algebra terminology. They will learn how to recognize MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 2 - as well as manipulate different types of polynomials. Furthermore, students will delve into more ELO1105970 Entire Unit: Algebra complex problem-solving situations involving real-life scenarios. Note: Users should be aware that expectations.html may contain some inaccuracies. MPM 1D Students gather, analyze, manipulate and display data to explore the characteristics of lines and MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 3 - their corresponding equations. They make conjectures, conduct investigations based on realistic ELO1106050 Entire Unit: Linear Relations situations and communicate their findings using a variety of technologies and models. MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 4 - In this unit, students will continue work with linear relations. They will recognize how the degree Entire Unit: Analytical ELO1106350 of the equation relates to whether a relationship is linear or non-linear. Geometry MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 5 - In this unit, students are reintroduced to area, perimeter, surface area and volume. The ELO1107160 Entire Unit: Measurement Pythagorean Theorem is also reviewed. In this unit, students will investigate, discover and apply geometric relationships. Students will MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 6 - examine properties of triangles and quadrilaterals and look for patterns that can be generalized ELO1107280 Entire Unit: Geometry for all polygons. Students will use dynamic geometry software in their investigations. This unit is the summative assessment for MPM1D. This assessment is worth 30% 0f the final MPM1D (Catholic): Unit 7 - mark of the course. The assessment is divided into two parts: a performance task and a written ELO1107360 Entire Unit: Culminating Task examination. This secondary level resource can be used to help students understand the elements of exponents. Multiplying Powers Students learn to add the exponents of like bases so as to express the base number as a single ELO1027570 power. Replay option calls up a new question.
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