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Course TitleAlgebra S1 & S2 Algebra Extensions w/ Geometry S1 & S2Geometry S1 & S2 Advanced Algebra S1 & S2 Introduction to Pre-Calculus S1 & S2 Intro to Pre-Calc/Pre-Calc Block S1 & S2 Pre-Calculus S1 & S2 AP Calculus I S1 & S2 AP Calculus 1/Calculus II Block S1 & S2 AP Statistics S1 & S2 Math for the TradesTC-Math with Business Applications Trans to College Math/Statistics S1 & S2Math Equivalency Courses ME-Computer Science IME-Computer Science II ME-AP Comp Science (offered even numbered years)ME-Intro to Electronic Game Development/Apps I ME-Intro to Electronic Game Development/Apps IIME-Web Design with HTML 5 S1 & S2 |
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TI Nspire CX CAS calculator for: Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Transition to College Math/Statistics, Intro to Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus I/II , and AP Statistics ME - Math Equivalency Courses are courses that are offered as a .5 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes. Students may earn up to 1.0 Math Credits for ME computer science courses. |

ALGEBRA - #6110 (S1) & #6120 (S2) - 9, 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: None This course is recommended to fulfill the 9th grade mathematics requirement.

This full year course is the foundation course for all subsequent mathematics courses. It includes units on equation solving, linear functions, quadratic functions (2 units), polynomials, and statistics. Mathematical skills with and without a calculator will be emphasized. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class. This course may be taken concurrently with geometry.

Prerequisite: None This course is recommended to fulfill the 9th grade mathematics requirement.

This full year course is the foundation course for all subsequent mathematics courses. It includes units on equation solving, linear functions, quadratic functions (2 units), polynomials, and statistics. Mathematical skills with and without a calculator will be emphasized. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class. This course may be taken concurrently with geometry.

ALGEBRA EXTENSIONS WITH GEOMETRY - #6150 (S1) & #6160 (S2) - 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: Algebra

This course is designed for students desiring a stronger foundation in their mathematical skills before taking geometry. This course will strengthen skills from algebra while using them to explore extended algebra topics such as modeling real world situations with different functions, solving systems of equations, using rational exponents, and quadratics. Students will also be introduced to geometry topics including angles, polygons, right triangle trigonometry, and similarity. Students will take geometry after successful completion of this course. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required.

Prerequisite: Algebra

This course is designed for students desiring a stronger foundation in their mathematical skills before taking geometry. This course will strengthen skills from algebra while using them to explore extended algebra topics such as modeling real world situations with different functions, solving systems of equations, using rational exponents, and quadratics. Students will also be introduced to geometry topics including angles, polygons, right triangle trigonometry, and similarity. Students will take geometry after successful completion of this course. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required.

GEOMETRY - #6210 (S1) & #6220 (S2) - 9, 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: None This course is recommended to fulfill the 10th grade mathematics requirement.

Units in geometry include logic, polygons, linear relationships, logical proof, surface areas and volumes of three-dimensional figures. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required. This course may be taken concurrently with algebra or advanced algebra.

Prerequisite: None This course is recommended to fulfill the 10th grade mathematics requirement.

Units in geometry include logic, polygons, linear relationships, logical proof, surface areas and volumes of three-dimensional figures. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required. This course may be taken concurrently with algebra or advanced algebra.

ADVANCED ALGEBRA - #6310 (S1) & #6320 (S2) - 9, 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: Algebra

Main topics in this course include the nature of functions, linear functions, quadratic functions (with complex numbers), exponential functions, logarithmic functions, and trigonometric functions . The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class. This course may be taken concurrently with geometry.

Prerequisite: Algebra

Main topics in this course include the nature of functions, linear functions, quadratic functions (with complex numbers), exponential functions, logarithmic functions, and trigonometric functions . The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class. This course may be taken concurrently with geometry.

INTRODUCTION TO PRE-CALCULUS - #6530 (S1) & #6535 (S2) - 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

This course is designed to give students a solid foundation for Pre-Calculus. The course includes statistics, probability, and a more in depth study of exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class.

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

This course is designed to give students a solid foundation for Pre-Calculus. The course includes statistics, probability, and a more in depth study of exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class.

INTRODUCTION TO PRE-CALCULUS/PRE-CALCULUS BLOCK - #6560 (S1) & #6570 (S2) - 10, 11, 12 (2 credits - year)

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

Students who have strong mathematical abilities are encouraged to take these courses. Students will take these courses in block setting (2 hours of math per day). The first semester will cover Introduction to Pre-Calculus and the second semester will cover Pre-Calculus. The first semester is designed to give students a solid foundation for Pre-Calculus. The course includes statistics, probability, and a more in depth study of exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

Major topics for second semester include logic, composition of functions, solving inequalities, complex numbers, polar equations, limits, and the difference quotient. This course is designed to prepare student for college level Calculus. The NSpire TI CX CAS calculator is required for this course.

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

Students who have strong mathematical abilities are encouraged to take these courses. Students will take these courses in block setting (2 hours of math per day). The first semester will cover Introduction to Pre-Calculus and the second semester will cover Pre-Calculus. The first semester is designed to give students a solid foundation for Pre-Calculus. The course includes statistics, probability, and a more in depth study of exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

Major topics for second semester include logic, composition of functions, solving inequalities, complex numbers, polar equations, limits, and the difference quotient. This course is designed to prepare student for college level Calculus. The NSpire TI CX CAS calculator is required for this course.

PRE-CALCULUS - #6610 (S1) & #6620 (S2) - 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: Introduction to Pre-Calculus

Major topics in this course include logic, composition of functions, solving inequalities, complex numbers, polar equations, limits, and the difference quotient. This course is designed to prepare student for college level Calculus. The NSpire TI CX CAS calculator is required for this course.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Pre-Calculus

Major topics in this course include logic, composition of functions, solving inequalities, complex numbers, polar equations, limits, and the difference quotient. This course is designed to prepare student for college level Calculus. The NSpire TI CX CAS calculator is required for this course.

AP CALCULUS I - #6710 (S1) & #6720 (S2) – 10, 11, 12 (1 credit - year)

Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus

The course is intended for those who have very strong skills in mathematics. The curriculum for this course is equivalent to a college level Calculus I course. The course will cover the following units; limits and derivatives, rules of differentiation, integrals, and applications of integration. Students may be expected to attend additional exam preparation sessions outside of the normal school day. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class. Students are expected to take the AP Calculus AB exam (Approx. $97).

Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus

The course is intended for those who have very strong skills in mathematics. The curriculum for this course is equivalent to a college level Calculus I course. The course will cover the following units; limits and derivatives, rules of differentiation, integrals, and applications of integration. Students may be expected to attend additional exam preparation sessions outside of the normal school day. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this class. Students are expected to take the AP Calculus AB exam (Approx. $97).

AP CALCULUS I/CALCULUS II BLOCK- #6750 (S1) & #6755 (S2) – 10, 11, 12 (2 credits - year)

Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus

The course is intended for those who have very strong skills in mathematics.

This course meets during a two class period block during the school day. During the first semester, the AP Calculus I course will be taught and during second semester, the AP Calculus II course will be covered. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this course. Students are expected to take the AP Calculus BC exam (Approx. $97)

Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus

The course is intended for those who have very strong skills in mathematics.

This course meets during a two class period block during the school day. During the first semester, the AP Calculus I course will be taught and during second semester, the AP Calculus II course will be covered. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this course. Students are expected to take the AP Calculus BC exam (Approx. $97)

AP STATISTICS #6350 (S1) & 6360 (S2) - 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

Students are strongly encouraged to take Intro to Precalculus prior to taking this course. Students coming directly out of Advanced Algebra are only encouraged to take this course if they have very strong skills in mathematics. The curriculum for this advanced placement course is equivalent to a college level Introductory Statistics course which is frequently required as a course of study for many college majors. The course will cover the following units: exploring data patterns and departure from patterns, sampling and experimentation to plan and conduct studies, anticipating patterns by exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation, statistical inference including population parameters and testing hypotheses. Students may be expected to attend additional exam preparation sessions outside of the normal school day. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this course. Students are expected to take the AP Statistics exam (Approx. $97. Note: This course may not be recognized as a mathematics credit by colleges and universities. This course may be taken concurrently with any math course of Intro to Pre-Calculus or higher.

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

Students are strongly encouraged to take Intro to Precalculus prior to taking this course. Students coming directly out of Advanced Algebra are only encouraged to take this course if they have very strong skills in mathematics. The curriculum for this advanced placement course is equivalent to a college level Introductory Statistics course which is frequently required as a course of study for many college majors. The course will cover the following units: exploring data patterns and departure from patterns, sampling and experimentation to plan and conduct studies, anticipating patterns by exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation, statistical inference including population parameters and testing hypotheses. Students may be expected to attend additional exam preparation sessions outside of the normal school day. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required for this course. Students are expected to take the AP Statistics exam (Approx. $97. Note: This course may not be recognized as a mathematics credit by colleges and universities. This course may be taken concurrently with any math course of Intro to Pre-Calculus or higher.

(TC*) MATHEMATICS FOR THE TRADES I - #6450 - 11, 12 (.5 credit – sem)

Prerequisite: Algebra and Geometry or Senior Standing

The course provides the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, process, and understanding of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, measurement, trigonometry, integers, algebraic equations, work problems, and practical plane geometry.

Prerequisite: Algebra and Geometry or Senior Standing

The course provides the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, process, and understanding of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, measurement, trigonometry, integers, algebraic equations, work problems, and practical plane geometry.

**(TC*) Transcripted Course**taught by a high school teacher at DPHS through which student MAY earn college credit for an NWTC Course at no additional cost to you. As this course is offered through NWTC for credit, students may be required to purchase a textbook or related materials.MATHEMATICS WITH BUSINESS APPLICATIONS - #6460 - 11, 12 (.5 credit – sem)

Prerequisite: Algebra and Geometry or Senior Standing

The course provides the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, process, and understanding of real numbers, basic operations, linear equations, proportions with one variable, percents, simple interest, compound interest, annuities, apply math concepts to the purchasing/buying process, apply math concepts to the selling process, and basic statistics with business and consumer applications.

Prerequisite: Algebra and Geometry or Senior Standing

The course provides the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, process, and understanding of real numbers, basic operations, linear equations, proportions with one variable, percents, simple interest, compound interest, annuities, apply math concepts to the purchasing/buying process, apply math concepts to the selling process, and basic statistics with business and consumer applications.

TRANSITION TO COLLEGE MATH / STATISTICS - #6630 (S1) & 6640 (S2)- 10, 11, 12 (1 credit – year)

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

Transition to College Math and Statistics is intended for students who do not need calculus for their intended field of study after high school. “Developed with funding from the National Science Foundation, Transition to College Mathematics and Statistics (TCMS) is a problem-based, inquiry-oriented, and technology-rich fourth-year high school mathematics course. It was developed to help ensure student success in college and careers in an increasingly technological, information-laden, and data-driven global society.” http://tcmsproject.org/ Topics of study include interpreting categorical data, functions modeling change, counting methods, mathematics of financial decision making, statistical inference, informatics, and the mathematics of democratic decision making. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required.

Prerequisite: Geometry and Advanced Algebra

Transition to College Math and Statistics is intended for students who do not need calculus for their intended field of study after high school. “Developed with funding from the National Science Foundation, Transition to College Mathematics and Statistics (TCMS) is a problem-based, inquiry-oriented, and technology-rich fourth-year high school mathematics course. It was developed to help ensure student success in college and careers in an increasingly technological, information-laden, and data-driven global society.” http://tcmsproject.org/ Topics of study include interpreting categorical data, functions modeling change, counting methods, mathematics of financial decision making, statistical inference, informatics, and the mathematics of democratic decision making. The TI NSpire CX CAS calculator is required.

**(ME*) COMPUTER SCIENCE I - #2561 - 9, 10, 11, 12( .5 credit – semester)**

Computer Science is an introductory class in computer programming. Students will learn to use programming to create test, solve problems, build basic games, and some graphics. The class also covers some of the history of computers and basic computer hardware. The class will focus on output, variables, conditional statements and repetition.

**(ME*) Course is offered as a .5 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes.**

(*ME) COMPUTER SCIENCE II - #2562 - 9, 10, 11, 12 ( .5 credit - semester)

Prerequisite: Computer Science I

Computer Science II will expand on the concepts developed in Computer Science I. The class will do some basic graphics through scripting, sorting problems, arrays and advanced problem solving. Students will use C++ language to program.

Prerequisite: Computer Science I

Computer Science II will expand on the concepts developed in Computer Science I. The class will do some basic graphics through scripting, sorting problems, arrays and advanced problem solving. Students will use C++ language to program.

**(ME*) Course is offered as a .5 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes.**(ME*) AP COMPUTER SCIENCE - #2710 (S1) & - #2720 (S2) 10, 11, 12 (.5 credit – semester)

Prerequisite: Computer Science I or Instructor’s Approval

This course follows the guides for AP Computer Science with the goal of the preparing students for the AP Computer Science placement test. Students will use Java language to continue to advance their programming skills. The students will be introduced to object-oriented programming (OOP) design, data structure and program analysis.

Prerequisite: Computer Science I or Instructor’s Approval

This course follows the guides for AP Computer Science with the goal of the preparing students for the AP Computer Science placement test. Students will use Java language to continue to advance their programming skills. The students will be introduced to object-oriented programming (OOP) design, data structure and program analysis.

**(ME*) Course is offered as up to 1.0 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes.**

*NOTE: AP Computer Science is offered during school years starting with an even numbered year.*(ME*) INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC GAME DEVELOPMENT AND APPS I - #2663 - 10, 11, 12 (.5 credit)

Prerequisite: Computer Science I

This class gives students a chance to further develop the programming skills they were introduced to in Computer Science by using programming to learn the essentials of game building. The class will focus on using C# and various software packages to create games, simulations and apps.

Prerequisite: Computer Science I

This class gives students a chance to further develop the programming skills they were introduced to in Computer Science by using programming to learn the essentials of game building. The class will focus on using C# and various software packages to create games, simulations and apps.

**(ME*) Course is offered as a .5 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes.**(ME*) INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC GAME DEVELOPMENT AND APPS II - #2664 - 10, 11, 12 (.5 credit)

Prerequisite: Intro to Electronic Game Development and Apps I

This class continues to work on game and App development from the first semester. Students will continue to use C# to develop games and specialized software for App development. Students will create multi-player games, sounds and music, and apply classes to game development.

**(ME*) Course is offered as a .5 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes.**

Prerequisite: Intro to Electronic Game Development and Apps I

This class continues to work on game and App development from the first semester. Students will continue to use C# to develop games and specialized software for App development. Students will create multi-player games, sounds and music, and apply classes to game development.

(ME*) WEB DESIGN WITH HTML-5 - #2670 S1 & 2675 S2 - 10, 11, 12 (.5 credit – semester/ 1 credit - year)

Prerequisite - Computer Science I or consent of instructor

The first semester of this course is designed to teach the fundamentals of the newest web scripting language HTML5. The class starts with the basics and moves through a variety of skills and techniques so that the student can create their own web designs and web applications. Students will learn to manage text, images and styles to create webforms, interfacing with CSS, how to configure multimedia and to apply best web design practices.

The second semester of this class will refine the skills learned in the first semester and extend them such as advanced techniques for multimedia interactivity. Students will also address optimizing sites for mobile device use. In addition the class will look into designing accessible and usable websites, design for search engine optimization and publishing to the web.

Prerequisite - Computer Science I or consent of instructor

The first semester of this course is designed to teach the fundamentals of the newest web scripting language HTML5. The class starts with the basics and moves through a variety of skills and techniques so that the student can create their own web designs and web applications. Students will learn to manage text, images and styles to create webforms, interfacing with CSS, how to configure multimedia and to apply best web design practices.

The second semester of this class will refine the skills learned in the first semester and extend them such as advanced techniques for multimedia interactivity. Students will also address optimizing sites for mobile device use. In addition the class will look into designing accessible and usable websites, design for search engine optimization and publishing to the web.

**(ME*) Course is offered as up to 1.0 Math Equivalency credit. Please be advised that four year colleges may not accept this class as a math academic credit required for admission purposes.**