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Skills available for Nova Scotia grade 12 math curriculum

IXL's grade 12 skills will be aligned to the Nova Scotia Curriculum soon! Until then, you can view a complete list of grade 12 objectives below.

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12.1 demonstrate a basic understanding of the mathematics required to complete measurement problems found in various trades

12.2 demonstrate a basic understanding of the mathematics required for three different career choices such as carpentry, welding, forestry, electrical, plumbing, power engineering, pipe fitting, steam fitting, interior decorating, metal working, machine technology, marine technology, auto mechanics, electronic technology, refrigeration, and masonry through a guided mini-project

  • 12.2.1 investigate a range of career opportunities to determine the best possible fit for their interests within the trades

  • 12.2.2 demonstrate to others what type of mathematical knowledge is required to be successful at various career choices

  • 12.2.3 demonstrate entry-level competence in the mathematics associated with the specific career choice a student has made

  • 12.2.4 sketch and construct a model that will enable a student to show others some mathematics involved in a career interest

12.3 demonstrate an understanding of ratio, rate, and proportion as they apply to specific career choices such as carpentry, welding, forestry, electrical, plumbing, power engineering, pipe fitting, steam fitting, interior decorating, metal working, machine technology, marine technology, auto mechanics, electronic technology, refrigeration, and masonry

  • 12.3.1 calculate the dimensions of actual objects using blueprints with various scales

  • 12.3.2 sketch and build representations of three-dimensional objects using a variety of materials and information about the objects

  • 12.3.3 illustrate, explain, and express ratios, fractions, decimals, and percentages in alternative forms

  • 12.3.4 find and calculate rates in practical applications such as pulse rate

  • 12.3.5 estimate and calculate deductions taken from a pay stub as percent of gross earnings

  • 12.3.6 sketch enlargements and reductions of objects using various scales

  • 12.3.7 use the slope formula to solve trigonometric problems commonly found in industry

12.4 demonstrate a strong understanding of the mathematics required for one career choice such as carpentry, welding, forestry, electrical, plumbing, power engineering, pipe fitting, steam fitting, interior decorating, metal working, machine technology, marine technology, auto mechanics, electronic technology, refrigeration, and masonry through a major project

  • 12.4.1 demonstrate to others what type of mathematical knowledge is required to be successful at their career choice

  • 12.4.2 demonstrate competence in the mathematics associated with the specific career choice a student has made

  • 12.4.3 prepare a detailed blueprint for, and construct a model that will enable a student to show others some mathematics involved in a specific career interest

  • 12.4.4 visit a post-secondary institution that teaches the trade of interest for each student

  • 12.4.5 visit a job-site situation that will provide an example of the career that each student has chosen to pursue