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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* 120530 120540 20094900 Math Modeling Algebra I A/B (Math Lab) THIS COURSE WILL give students the opportunity to review, develop, and enhance their skills and knowledge of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Algebra 1 in a modeling and application setting. Modeling and application of mathematical knowledge can be a challenging task, and this course will allow students additional time to hone these skills, which are heavily tested on End of Course and graduation standardized assessments. Students are place in this class, in conjunction with a standard Algebra 1 class, based on prior math class performance, standardized test scores, and educational professionals’ recommendations. Elective 9 Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X Odd Grad Years X Prerequisites Credit for 8th Grade math or equivalent. Must be taken concurrently with Algebra I. 121731 121741 20181000 Math Modeling Algebra II A/B THIS COURSE WILL give students the opportunity to review, develop, and enhance their skills and knowledge of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 in a modeling and application setting. Modeling and application of mathematical knowledge can be a challenging task, and this course will allow students additional time to hone these skills, which are heavily tested on End of Course and graduation standardized assessments. Students are place in this class, in conjunction with a standard Algebra 2 class, based on prior math class performance, standardized test scores, and educational professionals’ recommendations. Elective 12-Nov 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Credit for Algebra I or equivalent, and attempted Geometry or equivalent. Must be taken concurrently with Algebra II. 121611 121621 20101000 Math Modeling Geometry A/B THIS COURSE WILL give students the opportunity to review, develop, and enhance their skills and knowledge of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Algebra 1 and Geometry in a modeling and application setting. Modeling and application of mathematical knowledge can be a challenging task, and this course will allow students additional time to hone these skills, which are heavily tested on End of Course and graduation standardized assessments. Students are place in this class, in conjunction with a standard Geometry class, based on prior math class performance, standardized test scores, and educational professionals’ recommendations. Elective 10 - 11 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Attempted Algebra I or equivalent. Must be taken concurrently with Geometry. 31

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* 121072 121082 20414123 Pre AP Algebra II A/B THIS COURSE 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 a technical training program. 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 in the future should take this course during their sophomore year or earlier. TI-83 / TI-83 Plus graphing calculators will be used. NOTE: TI-89 or N-Spire are not allowed. Grade Level Math 9 - 11 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 Pre AP Geometry B (Pre AP is highly recommended) 121132 121142 20344123 Pre AP Geometry A/B THIS COURSE WILL meet the New Mexico Public Education Department graduation requirements for English 9. Rigor is introduced to the course to prepare students for enrollment in Advanced Placement courses. STUDENTS WILL be exposed to a wide range of fiction (poetry, short stories, and novels) and nonfiction as reflected in the CCSS. STUDENTS WILL also engage in reading, writing, and listening tasks aligned to the CCSS. Students will prepare for the PARRC Assessments in English/Language Arts. Math 9 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X 8th Grade Algebra I 122512 122522 20534121 Pre AP Pre- Calculus A/B THIS COURSE WILL cover trigonometry, advanced algebra, limits, difference quotient, and differentiation of algebraic, transcendental, and exponential functions. This course is for those students who desire a foundation for calculus, focusing on the fundamental concept of the derivative. It is intended to maximize the student’s potential for success in their senior year’s AP Calculus classor first year of college Calculus. STUDENTS WILL employ graphical, numeric, and analytical techniques to analyze the derivative. Focus will be on application to interpret and understand the derivative as a rate of change. Students are expected to have a strong foundation in algebra and geometry. Note: Students considering AP Calculus in the future should take this class during their junior year or earlier. TI-83 / TI-83 Plus or TI-84 graphing calculator is required for the course. Note: TI-89 or N-Spire is not allowed. Math 11 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Algebra II B or Pre AP Algebra II B (Pre AP is highly recommended) 123010 123020 20454123 Transition to College Math THIS COURSE WILL assist the student who needs more time to develop algebraic concepts while building on entry level college algebra topics such as complex fractions, binomial expansions, graphing of polynomial relations, exponential and logarithmic functions. STUDENTS WILL strengthen their math skills so that they can be more successful with their first math class in college. TI-83 / TI-83 Plus or TI-84 graphing calculators may be used. NOTE: TI-89 or N-Spire are not allowed. Math 11 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Algebra II B 32

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