Mochi does Maths!

Ms Carolina's Math class

Math AA HL

IB Subject Guide and Formula Booklet

The IB subject guide is a key document in the development of the course. Please read it to learn about course objectives, course description, and the syllabus. Please see the subject brief for consolidated information.


Please find here the most used command terms that you should be comfortable with.


Find the INFORMATION BOOKLET here


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Assessment information

ASSESSMENT TYPES AND WEIGHT

Formative:

Summative:






Projected grade:

Quizzes, homework, class work

Tests x11

Exploration 1

Exploration 2

Paper 1

Paper 2

Paper 3


Paper 1

Paper 2

Paper 3

Explorations



40%

10%

10%

15%

15%

10%


30%

30%

10%

20%

THE EXPLORATION - TOOLKIT


The toolkik represents an opportunity for you to explore topics independently. You will be provided with a total of 20 hours of class time, dedicated to work on investigations that will allow you to develop the skills required for you to design and write an essay, based on your own investigation of your choice. It is expected that you produce an essay that demonstrates a higher level of analysis, critical thinking and creativity, as well as higher level mathematical skills. 


To help you practice, you will be asked to complete two mini-explorations, before attempting the challenge of the final essay.


GRADING - 1-7 SCALE


At UWC ISAK Japan you will be graded on a scale of 1 to 7 according to the following attainment indicators:

1-7 Scale
 %
 UWC ISAK Japan Attainment Indicator
 1
 0 - 25
Minimal evidence demonstrated of required expectations.
 2
 26 - 37
Skills Development - Very limited evidence of the application of appropriate skills.
Content Acquisition - Very limited evidence of targeted subject knowledge. 
Conceptual Understanding - Very limited evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation
 3
 38 - 49
Skills Development - Limited evidence of the application of appropriate skills.
Content Acquisition - Liimited evidence of targeted subject knowledge. 
Conceptual Understanding - Limited evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation
 4
 50 - 61
Skills Development - Evidence of the ability to apply skills effectively in some situations.
Content Acquisition - Occasional evidence of targeted subject knowledge. 
Conceptual Understanding - Occasional evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation
 5 
 62 - 77
Skills Development - Frequent evidence of the ability to apply skillsto most situations.
Content Acquisition - Frequent evidence of good targeted subject knowledge. 
Conceptual Understanding - Frequent evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Occasional evidence of originality and insight.
 6
 78 - 87
Skills Development - Consistent evidence of the ability to apply skills to most situations.
Content Acquisition - Frequent evidence of near-mastery of targeted subject knowledge. 
Conceptual Understanding - Frequent evidence of high quality analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Fequent evidence of originality and insight.
 7
 88 - 100
Skills Development - Consistent and thorough evidence of the ability to apply skills both widely and flawlessly.
Content Acquisition - Consistent and thorough evidence of near-mastery of targeted subject knowledge. 
Conceptual Understanding - Consistent and thorough evidence of high quality analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Consistent and thorough evidence of originality and insight.

Resources

Slides:    Algebra

               Trigonometry I

               Trigonometry II - Vectors

               Functions and equations

               Statistics and Probability

               Calculus