Semester 1: Statistics and probability (with number) Students explore and use the patterns and relationships observed in data. They develop their ability to interpret data presented in charts, tables, and graphs of various kinds and to calculate and estimate probabilities and use these probabilities for prediction.
Semester 2: Geometry and measurement (with algebra) Students focus on developing spatial awareness and understanding the connections between the form and function of common shapes. They work to understand that perimeter, area and volume are measurable attributes of common and composite shapes, and develop the ability to use geometrical models as aids to solving practical problems in time and space.
Made with FlippingBook - Online Brochure Maker