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Skills available for Northwest Territories grade 11 math curriculum

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PR Patterns and Relations

  • PR.A express and use patterns, variables and expressions, including those used in business and industry, with graphs to solve problems at home, in the community and in the workplace.

  • PR.1 use relationships and patterns to summarize, generalize and predict when problem solving and decision making in life- and work-related contexts

  • PR.2 generalize patterns arising from everyday problem-solving contexts, using mathematical expressions and equations and/or verifying by substitution

  • PR.B use variables and equations to express, summarize and apply relationships as problem-solving tools in a restricted range of contexts.

  • PR.3 interpret formulas related to practical situations and solve everyday problems using common arithmetic expressions and relationships; e.g., perimeter and area

SS Shape and Space

  • SS.A estimate, measure and compare using whole numbers, decimals, fractions and metric (SI) and Imperial units of measure to solve everyday problems.

  • SS.1 use appropriate metric (SI) and Imperial measuring strategies, tools and units to measure:

    • SS.1.1 length

    • SS.1.2 volume (capacity)

    • SS.1.3 mass (weight)

    • SS.1.4 angles

    • SS.1.5 time

    • SS.1.6 temperature

  • SS.2 measure within acceptable degrees of accuracy as required in life- and work-related situations

  • SS.3 calculate elapsed time in everyday contexts

  • SS.4 use conversion charts, calculators and/or other tools to compare and convert common metric (SI) and Imperial units of measure, as required in everyday contexts

  • SS.5 investigate the types and uses of measuring tools and units within the community and workplace

  • SS.B use visualization and symmetry to:

    • SS.B.1 extend their awareness of objects and shapes

    • SS.B.2 create and examine patterns and designs using congruence, symmetry, translation, rotation and reflection.

  • SS.5 read and interpret scale drawings and models in workplace and community situations

  • SS.6 use scale diagrams, including enlargements and reductions, to solve construction, renovation and other related problems

  • SS.7 give oral and written directions, applying appropriate communication skills

  • SS.8 read and interpret maps to locate specific sites, determine distances, give directions or use public transportation

SP Statistics and Probability

  • SP.A develop and implement a plan for the collection, display and examination of data and information, using technology and other strategies as required.

  • SP.1 use information and data from a variety of sources to make comparisons, predictions, inferences, conclusions and/or decisions in everyday situations

  • SP.2 record and organize information and data as appropriate in life- and work-related situations

  • SP.3 use probability and statistics to predict upcoming events and to make decisions in everyday life