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This is a curriculum map for Math 1/ Math Support as a year long class based on 90 minute daily classes. Text used is Georgia High School Mathematics 1 by McDougal Littell/Houghton Mifflin Co.
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Mathematics I/MATH SUPPORT
Curriculum Map
Lanier County High School
Time Frame 
Unit 
Standards 
Concepts/ Topics 
5 Weeks 
1: Linear Functions (Ch. 1) 
MM1P1d MM1P3a MM1A1a,b,c,d,g

 Use a problem solving plan.  Represent functions as rules, tables, and graphs.  Find slope and rate of change.  Graph using intercepts and slopeintercept form.  Graph linear and absolute value functions.  Predict with linear models. 
4 Weeks 
2: Polynomials and Quadratic Functions (Ch. 2) 
MM1A1a,b,c,d,e MM1A2c,d,f,g MM1A3a,c 
 Add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.  Find special products of polynomials.  Use the Binomial Theorem.  Solve polynomial equations in factored form.  Factor x^2 + bx + c and ax^2 + bx +c.  Factor special products and polynomials completely.  Graph y= ax^2 + c and y= ax^2 + bx + c.  Solve quadratic equations by graphing and using square roots.

6 Weeks 
3: Cubic, Square Root, and Rational Functions (Ch. 3) 
MM1A1b,c,d,f,g,h,i MM1A2a,b,c,e,f MM1A3b,d 
 Graph cubic, square root, and rational functions.  Use special products to factor cubics.  Simplify radical expressions and solve radical equations.  Divide polynomials.  Simplify rational expressions and solve rational equations.  Add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions.  Use graphs of functions and sequences. 
6 Weeks 
4: Data Analysis and Probability ( Ch. 6) 
MM1D1a,b MM1D2a,b,c,d MM1D3a,b,c MM1D4 
 Use counting principles.  Find probabilities using permutations and combinations.  Find probabilities of compound events.  Find expected value.  Analyze surveys and samples.  Use measures of central tendency and dispersion.  Find the mean absolute deviation.  Compare statistics from samples. 
56 Weeks 
5: Reasoning and Proof, Lines, and Congruent Triangles ( Ch. 4) 
MM1G1a,b,c,e MM1G2a,b MM1G3c 
 Apply the distance and midpoint formulas.  Use inductive and deductive reasoning.  Analyze conditional statements.  Prove statements about segments and angles; angle pair relationships.  Prove theorems about perpendicular lines.  Prove triangles congruent by SSS, SAS, HL, ASA, and AAS. 
56 Weeks 
6: Relationships in Triangles and Quadrilaterals ( Ch.5) 
MM1G1a,c,d,e MM1G2a MM1G3a,b,d,e 
 Use properties of midsegments and write coordinate proofs.  Use perpendicular bisectors to solve problems.  Use angle bisectors, medians, and altitudes of triangles.  Use inequalities in a triangle to find possible side lengths.  Use inequalities to make comparisons in two triangles.  Find angle measures in polygons.  Use properties of parallelograms to find angle and side measures.  Show that a quadrilateral is a parallelogram.  Use properties of rhombuses, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, and kites.  Identify special quadrilaterals. 
*** This is a year long course. Fall 09 – 16 weeks as of 12/18/09 – 1^{st} sem.; Spring 10 – 18 weeks as of 05/21/10 – 2^{nd} sem. Delayed start to school year/Fall 09. ***
“Long and Lingering” Concept/Standards:
 Solve problems using appropriate technology.
 Reason and evaluate mathematical arguments.
 Communicate mathematically.
 Make connections among mathematical ideas and other disciplines.
 Represent math in multiple ways.
E.O.C.T. Range is May 2428, 2010.
After the End of Course Test, the focus will be on completing any tasks remaining and accelerating and previewing content for Math II.
Grading after the End of Course Test will continue as begun; students should not “quit” because all grades are cumulative and can affect their passing average.
Mathematics I/MATH SUPPORT
Curriculum Map
Lanier County High School
Time Frame 
Unit 
Standards 
Concepts/ Topics 
5 Weeks 
1: Linear Functions (Ch. 1) 
MM1P1d MM1P3a MM1A1a,b,c,d,g

 Use a problem solving plan.  Represent functions as rules, tables, and graphs.  Find slope and rate of change.  Graph using intercepts and slopeintercept form.  Graph linear and absolute value functions.  Predict with linear models. 
4 Weeks 
2: Polynomials and Quadratic Functions (Ch. 2) 
MM1A1a,b,c,d,e MM1A2c,d,f,g MM1A3a,c 
 Add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.  Find special products of polynomials.  Use the Binomial Theorem.  Solve polynomial equations in factored form.  Factor x^2 + bx + c and ax^2 + bx +c.  Factor special products and polynomials completely.  Graph y= ax^2 + c and y= ax^2 + bx + c.  Solve quadratic equations by graphing and using square roots.

6 Weeks 
3: Cubic, Square Root, and Rational Functions (Ch. 3) 
MM1A1b,c,d,f,g,h,i MM1A2a,b,c,e,f MM1A3b,d 
 Graph cubic, square root, and rational functions.  Use special products to factor cubics.  Simplify radical expressions and solve radical equations.  Divide polynomials.  Simplify rational expressions and solve rational equations.  Add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions.  Use graphs of functions and sequences. 
6 Weeks 
4: Data Analysis and Probability ( Ch. 6) 
MM1D1a,b MM1D2a,b,c,d MM1D3a,b,c MM1D4 
 Use counting principles.  Find probabilities using permutations and combinations.  Find probabilities of compound events.  Find expected value.  Analyze surveys and samples.  Use measures of central tendency and dispersion.  Find the mean absolute deviation.  Compare statistics from samples. 
56 Weeks 
5: Reasoning and Proof, Lines, and Congruent Triangles ( Ch. 4) 
MM1G1a,b,c,e MM1G2a,b MM1G3c 
 Apply the distance and midpoint formulas.  Use inductive and deductive reasoning.  Analyze conditional statements.  Prove statements about segments and angles; angle pair relationships.  Prove theorems about perpendicular lines.  Prove triangles congruent by SSS, SAS, HL, ASA, and AAS. 
56 Weeks 
6: Relationships in Triangles and Quadrilaterals ( Ch.5) 
MM1G1a,c,d,e MM1G2a MM1G3a,b,d,e 
 Use properties of midsegments and write coordinate proofs.  Use perpendicular bisectors to solve problems.  Use angle bisectors, medians, and altitudes of triangles.  Use inequalities in a triangle to find possible side lengths.  Use inequalities to make comparisons in two triangles.  Find angle measures in polygons.  Use properties of parallelograms to find angle and side measures.  Show that a quadrilateral is a parallelogram.  Use properties of rhombuses, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, and kites.  Identify special quadrilaterals. 
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