Coding in the Classroom:  Units of Study:  ....... 
This course enables students to consolidate, and continue to develop, an understanding of mathematical concepts related to number sense and operations, algebra, measurement, geometry, data, probability and financial literacy. Students will use mathematical processes, mathematical modelling, and coding to make sense of the mathematics they are learning and to apply their understanding to culturally responsive and relevant realworld situations. Students will continue to enhance their mathematical reasoning skills, including proportional reasoning, spatial reasoning, and algebraic reasoning, as they solve problems and communicate their thinking.
Credit Value 1.0, Prerequisite: None
Lesson  Hints  Solution  Check Your Understanding  Video 
Bridge Problem  Hint 1, Hint 2, Hint 3  Solution  From Ted Ed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yDmGnA8Hw0  
Gold Bar Problem  
Lesson  Video  Activities  Check Your Understanding  Other Resources 
Wheat on a Chessboard (Exponents, Exponental Growth)  
Circumference of Earth (Parallel Lines, Circle formulas)  
Lesson  Video  Activities  Homework Questions  An old version from Excel 
Fill Down, *, +, , \  Multiplication Table Fill Down (Tip Calculator) Multiplication Table 
Geometry Formulas Fill Down Practice 
Student Work  
Average, Sum, Min, Max  Formula Intro  Unit 6 Data, 2A, 2B  Student Work  
Box and Whisker, Quartiles  Candlestick graph  Unit 6 Data, 2C, 2D  
Scatterplots, y=mx+b  Slope, Yint, Line of Best Fit  Unit 6 Data, 3A, 3D  Video, Student Work, Another, Still another  
Correlation Coefficient (r & r^2)  r, r^2, adding to graph  
Area  Worksheet  
Own functions + Variables  Assignment, Student Work, Adding a Dialog Box  
Vlookup  Video 1, Video 2, Student Work  
Histograms  Video, Student Work, Review  
Compounded Interest  Mortgage Calculator, Assignment  
Law of Large Numbers  Student Work, Assignment  
Pivot Table  Student Work, Assignment  
And, Or, Not  Student Work  
Ifs  Student Work  
SumIf, CountIf  Student Work  
Venn Diagrams  Student Work, Review  
Pie Charts  Review  
Pictographs  Assignment, Lesson 
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Introduction  Intro Grid  Intro Form  
Loops  Loops Grid  
Math, Variables  Math Variable Grid  Variables Form Math Form 

Shapes  Shapes Grid  
Inequalities, Ifs 
Lesson  Curriculum  Activities  Check Your Understanding Questions  Other Resources  
Lesson  Curriculum  Activities  Check Your Understanding Questions  Other Resources  
Lesson  Curriculum  Activities  Check Your Understanding Questions  Other Resources  
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1  Introduction to Statistics

D2.1 [Application of Mathematical Modelling] describe the value of mathematical modelling and how it is used in real life to inform decisions A2. [Mathematical Thinking and Making Connections] make connections between mathematics and various knowledge systems, their lived experiences, and various reallife applications of mathematics, including careers 
1A  Scramble Sentences 

2  Data Phase: 1Variable (Descriptive)

D1.2 [Representation and Analysis of Data] represent and statistically analyse data from a reallife situation involving a single variable in various ways, including the use of quartile values and box plots C2.1 [Coding] use coding to demonstrate an understanding of algebraic concepts including variables, parameters, equations, and inequalities 
2A  What Mark Should they get? (Goggle sheets) 
Box & Whisker Mean, Median, Mode 
2A Formula Demo Video 2D Box and Whisker Demo Video 
3  Data Phase  2 Variable (Causal)

D1.3 [Representation and Analysis of Data] create a scatter plot to represent the relationship between two variables, determine the correlation between these variables by testing different regression models using technology, and use a model to make predictions when appropriate  3A  Movie Choices Final Summary 
3 Correlation Coefficient  3B Line of Best Fit, Slope, 3B r, r^2 
4  Line of Best Fit Interpolation & Extrapolation Data Mining, Large Data Sets, Big Data, ABR issues associated with them. 
D2.1 [Application of Mathematical Modelling] describe the value of mathematical modelling and how it is used in real life to inform decisions D1.1 [Data] identify a current context involving a large amount of data, and describe potential implications and consequences of its collection, storage, representation, and use 
4A 4B 4C Data Mining 

5  Curves of Best Fit (Also in Google sheets) 
C3.1 [Application of Linear and NonLinear Relations] compare the shapes of graphs of linear and nonlinear relations to describe their rates of change, to make connections to growing and shrinking patterns, and to make predictions  
6  Summative Task  Experiments, Google Sheets Assessment 
D2.2 [Process of Mathematical Modelling] identify a question of interest requiring the collection and analysis of data, and identify the information needed to answer the question D2.3 [Process of Mathematical Modelling] create a plan to collect the necessary data on the question of interest from an appropriate source, identify assumptions, identify what may vary and what may remain the same in the situation, and then carry out the plan D2.4 [Process of Mathematical Modelling] determine ways to display and analyse the data in order to create a mathematical model to answer the original question of interest, taking into account the nature of the data, the context, and the assumptions made D2.5 [Process of Mathematical Modelling] report how the model can be used to answer the question of interest, how well the model fits the context, potential limitations of the model, and what predictions can be made based on the model 
6 Crawford Lake Outline 6 Crawford Lake Raw Data 
Lesson  Curriculum  Activities  Check Your Understanding Questions  Other Resources  
Lesson  Curriculum  Activities  Check Your Understanding Questions  Other Resources  