##### Program Overview

Unit 1 | Unit 2 | Unit 3 | Unit 4 | Unit 5 | |
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Unit title | Something or Nothing? | The Problem or the Solution? | How Much Calcium Do We Need? | Take a Chance | Trilateration |

Strand | Number | Algebra | Number | Statistics and probability | Geometry and trigonometry |

Key Concept | Communication | Relationships | Form | Logic | Form |

Related Concept | Quantity and system | Generalisation, justification, pattern and representation | Equivalence, quantity, representation, simplification | Model, representation, system | Measurement, model, space |

Global Context | Personal and cultural expression | Scientific and technical innovation | Globalisation and sustainability | Identities and relationships | Orientation in time and space |

Statement of Inquiry | Something can be worth less than nothing | Rules in different contexts are both useful and powerful | Equivalent quantities can be represented in different forms | Situations involving chance can be modeled using logic | Measurement of physical properties allows us to model real-life phenomena |

Objectives | A, B and C | A, B, C and D | D | A and D | A and B |

ATL Skills | Communication | Collaboration | Critical and creative thinking | Critical and creative thinking | Collaboration |

Content Summary | HCFs, LCMs and prime factorisation. Operations with directed numbers and their representation on the number line. Plotting and working with points in all four quadrants. | Simplification, expansion, factorisation and substitution involving expressions. Solving two step equations and inequalities | Operations with and applications of fractions, decimals and percentages. Percentages of amounts and percentage increase/decrease. |
Experimental and theoretical probability. Sample spaces, tree diagrams and multiple events. | Interior and exterior angle properties, transformations and congruent figures. |