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BUFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL

COURSE OFFERINGS

 

 

3111-3112

Math 7

 

Credit: 

1 Middle School Credit

Grade:

7

Assessment:

SOL TEST

 

Prerequisite: 

Math 6 or equivalent

 

Students will develop an understanding of rational numbers by using a variety of concrete, pictorial, and abstract representations.  Solving multi-step practical problems and equations by analyzing proportional relationships, along with graphing and analyzing data, will provide the applications needed to make inferences and connections

 

 

 

 

3119

 

 

pre-algebra 7-Honors

 

Credit: 

1 Middle School Credit

Grade:

7

Assessment:

SOL TEST

Prerequisite: 

High level of achievement in Math 6, Teacher Recommendation

This course will provide students with the ability to use problem solving and mathematical reasoning to describe the relationships among the subsets of the real number system. Through connecting proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations, students will develop an advanced understanding of multiple representations. New concepts include solving multi-step equations and inequalities, graphing linear equations, visualizing 3-D shapes represented in 2-D drawings, and applying transformations to geometric shapes in the coordinate plane. Students will apply the Pythagorean Theorem and represent relations and functions, using tales, graphs, and rules.

 

3113-3114

PRE-ALGEBRA 8

 

Credit: 

1 Middle School Credit

Grade:

8

Assessment:

SOL TEST

Prerequisite: 

Math 7 or equivalent

This course will provide students with the ability to use problem solving and mathematical reasoning to describe the relationships among the subsets of the real number system. Through connecting proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations, students will develop an advanced understanding of multiple representations. New concepts include solving multi-step equations and inequalities, graphing linear equations, visualizing 3-D shapes represented in 2-D drawings, and applying transformations to geometric shapes in the coordinate plane. Students will apply the Pythagorean Theorem and represent relations and functions, using tales, graphs, and rules.

 

 

 

 

3130

 

 

ALGEBRA I-Honors

 

Credit: 

1 Sequential High School Math Credit

Grade:

7 or 8

Assessment:

SOL TEST

Prerequisite: 

Minimum placement score of 90% on the IOWA Algebra Readiness assessment, High level of achievement in Math 6, Teacher Recommendation

Note: 

A graphing calculator is used in this course

This course emphasizes using algebra as a tool for representing and solving a variety of practical problems using algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities. Graphing calculators are used to solve and verify solutions of equations and inequalities.

 

 

3131

ALGEBRA I-Honors for 8th Grade

 

Credit: 

1 Sequential High School Math Credit

Grade:

8

Assessment:

SOL TEST

Prerequisite: 

Minimum placement score of 90% on the IOWA Algebra Readiness assessment, High level of achievement in Math 7, Teacher Recommendation

Note: 

A graphing calculator is used in this course

This course emphasizes using algebra as a tool for representing and solving a variety of practical problems using algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities. Graphing calculators are used to solve and verify solutions of equations and inequalities.

 

 

 

3143H

GEOMETRY-Honors for 8th Grade

 

Credit: 

1 Sequential High School Math Credit

Grade:

8

Assessment:

SOL TEST

Prerequisite: 

High level of achievement in Algebra 1, Teacher Recommendation

Note:

A scientific calculator and/or graphing calculator is used in this course

Geometry Honors is a High School Credit Course with an End of Course SOL Test. This course includes properties of geometric figures, trigonometric relationships, and reasoning to justify conclusions. Inductive and intuitive approaches to proof as well as deductive axiomatic methods are used in problem solving.

 

 

 

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