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CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* 121014 121024 20314123 Algebra I A/B (Edgenuity) Grade Level THIS COURSE WILL meet the New Mexico Public Education Department graduation requirements for Algebra I and distance learning. This program, offered to a select number of RRHS students who have had a challenging time succeeding in the traditional math class, uses computer software (Internet based) called Edgenuity. Algebra I credit is awarded by successfully completing the computer based curriculum and program. The E20/20 content module supports skill development and academic proficiency in the core subject of Algebra I as well as life and job skills. Additionally, it promotes critical thinking skills for summarizing, synthesizing and analyzing. This high-quality, interactive instructional program utilizes simulations as well as manipulative and online activities to engage learners and deepen their understanding of algebraic topics. The course is self-paced to accommodate the individual needs of students and is tied to mastery of standards and assessments to promote adequate yearly progress. STUDENTS WILL learn the basic structure of the real number system and recognize techniques for solving equations and inequalities, graphing, operations with polynomial expressions and equations, techniques of factoring, systems of equations, quadratic equations, and applying problem-solving strategies to real world situations. Math 9 - 12 Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B Odd Grad Years Prerequisites X X 8th Grade Math 121510 221511 121520 221521 20314000 20312000 This is a double period course designed for students who lack the pre- algebra skills and concepts necessary to be successful in a regular Algebra I course. Algebra I & Intensified Algebra Math Lab is a comprehensive program for an extended Algebra I class that helps students who are significantly behind become successful in algebra within one academic year. This course targets conceptual understanding, associated skills, and related problem-solving and reasoning capabilities. It provides integrated, effective review/repair strategies; supports ongoing, distributed practice; re-engages learners through multiple representations of mathematical ideas; integrates interventions from social psychology to motivate and build students’ positive beliefs Algebra 1 & about their academic abilities; encompasses enhanced formative assessment Intensified Algebra strategies and real-time data to inform instruction; and includes supports for Math Lab struggling students and for literacy and language development. Assignment into the class will be based on 8th grade math class performance, teacher or counselor recommendation, and/or NWEA and SBA scores. Students will be enrolled in both the Algebra 1 and Intensified Algebra Math Lab courses. Courses are programmed back to back with the same teacher. Students will earn one math credit and one elective credit. Math Credit plus Elective Credit 9 1.0 Math Credit /full year and 1.0 Elective credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Teacher Recommendati on 25

CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* 121070 121080 20414123 Algebra II A/B Grade Level THIS COURSE WILL meet the New Mexico Public Education Department graduation requirements for Algebra II. It will continue the development of algebraic concepts. This course is highly recommended for the college-bound student, but is also important for a student considering technical training at CNM or a similar school. STUDENTS WILL continue to explore and develop their algebra skills in the areas of real numbers, imaginary numbers, equations and inequalities, linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series, and some conics as well as graphing analysis. NOTE: Students considering AP Calculus or AP Statistics Math 9 - 12 in the future should take Pre AP Algebra II. TI-83 / TI-83 Plus or TI-84 graphing calculators may be used. NOTE: TI-89 or N-Spire are not allowed. Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X Odd Grad Years X Prerequisites Geometry B or Transition to Algebra 2 B 122533 122563 20585123 AP Calculus ab - A/B (Required Double Period) THIS COURSE WILL expose the student to foundational concepts of calculus and provide experience with its methods and applications. AP Calculus ab is a college level calculus course (equivalent to most colleges’ first semester and a half of calculus) designed to prepare students for success on the College Board’s Advanced Placement Exam. The course emphasizes a multi-representational approach to calculus with concepts, results, and problems being expressed graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally. Broad concepts and widely applicable methods are the focus, and include the topics of derivatives, integrals, limits, exponential functions, approximations, applications, and modeling. STUDENTS WILL be challenged with higher-order thinking skills, problem-solving applications, and abstract concept interpretations that develop the foundations needed for advanced work in physics, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and statistics, finance and economics, and many other career pursuits. Students will use Math 11 - 12 technology regularly to reinforce the relationships among the multiple representations of functions, to confirm written work, to implement experimentation, and to assist in interpreting results. TI-83 / TI-83 Plus or TI-84 graphing calculator is required for the course. Other graphing models are also allowed but will not be taught as a part of the course. Students who elect to take the Advanced Placement exam will be required to pay the test fee. (Qualified students may apply for financial assistance.) 1/0 credit - FALL ONLY X X X Grade of "C" or higher in Pre- AP Pre- Calculus or permission of instructor. Highly recommended that studetns also take Pre- AP Geometry instead of the standard versions of Algebra II and Geometry. 26

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