Foundations of Math 11
Foundations of Mathematics 11 Course Overview
Similar shapes and objects have proportional relationships that can be described, measured, and compared.
Optimization informs the decision-making process in situations involving extreme values.
Logical reasoning helps us discover and describe mathematical truths.
Statistical analysis allows us to notice, wonder about, and answer questions about variation.
Foundations of Mathematics 11 is an academic course designed to provide the necessary critical-thinking skills and mathematical understanding for students who plan to go to post-secondary programs that do not require calculus. The material covered in this course builds on the skills and content from Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10 as well as introducing new concepts.
This course is self-paced and is designed to engage students using a series of online video lessons and then providing practice questions for students to complete. There are 8 units in the course and each unit has several videos, one unit quiz and one written assignment to submit. There is also an in-person midterm and final exam.
Where does this course fit?
- Pre-requisite: Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10
- Graduation Status: One of the Grade 11/12 Mathematics options required for graduation
- Foundations of Mathematics 11 can be used for the BC Graduation Mathematics 11 requirement for students who do not intend to go into programs requiring calculus.
- Students who successfully meet the learning outcomes for this course may continue onto Foundations of Mathematics 12.
- All course content, videos, and practice questions are online. A computer is need to access these.
- A scientific calculator is recommended, but not essential.
- Lined and graphing paper as well as pencil, pen erasers are recommended for students to use for notetaking and working on practice questions.
Developing strategies and apply mathematical understanding to problem solve using inductive and deductive reasoning.
Explore the properties and relationship of angles associated with parallel lines and with geometric figures.
Analyze scale factors and proportions of various 2 and 3-dimensional figures.
Equations and Inequalities
Use technology to graph linear equations and inequalities.
Systems of Equations
Use technology to graph systems of 2 or more equations and inequalities and analyze optimal solutions to applications.
Explore the characteristics and properties of quadratic functions and optimal solutions to max/min applications.
Application of Statistics
Collecting data and interpreting it through central tendencies, standard deviation, and confidence intervals.
Exploring compound vs simple interest for investments and loans.
Assessment Percentage Breakdown
Percentage of the Course
8 Unit Quizzes
8 Unit Assignments
You have up to a year to complete your course.