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Haysville Middle School Level Course Catalogue
4216, 1 6 Math 6 (HMS), 6th Grade Math continues to foster and support elementary mathematics. Since topics in
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Math 1 mathematics are connected, this course will also lead to data analysis and probability, as well as
(HWMS) covering integers, equations, graphs, number theories, fractions, decimals, area and perimeter, as
well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Students will be expected to be actively
involved in their learning through asking questions, discussing alternative problem solving, and
making connections between what's new and what's known. Success will come through effort and
acceptance of the different techniques.
4290, 1 6-8, by grade Math Concepts Math Concepts is a course that provides a slower pace and a more individual approach for the grade
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4214, 1 level Classes level curriculum. Modifications are made on an individual basis based on the student's Individual
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(HMS/HWMS) Education Plan.
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4277, 6-8, by grade Math Math Strategies provides extended support for the student's regular math course. Teachers will
4278 level Strategies provide reinforcement of the state assessment skills as well as reviewing and teaching of the
classroom lessons.
4261 (HMS)
6th Grade Honors Math is a course to further the studentsâ€™ understanding of Number Concepts and
6 Math 6 H Operations. It is a bridge to Pre-Algebra linking the mathematical process with patterns,
(HMS) relationships, and Algebraic thinking. It covers integers, fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions,
percents, measurement and estimation, probability, data analysis, graph interpretation, and basic
concepts from Geometry and Algebra.
5262 1 6 Math 6 HG
(HMS) This is a course designed to challenge incoming 6th graders to learn not only 6th grade material, but
also give them a head start on pre-algebra and more rigid geometry concepts. Main topics covered
in this course are: computation, decimals, fractions, percent conversions, probability, metrics,
geometry, and estimation. Students will be active participants in class, ask questions when
necessary, and be open to learn new challenging concepts.
4271 1 7 Math 7H (HMS) PreAlgebra is an honors class for seventh graders. It is a bridge from elementary mathematics to
algebra and geometry. Since topics in mathematics are connected, this course will also lead to data
analysis and probability, as well as covering integers, equations, graphs, number theories,
probability, graphing, area and polynomials. Students will be expected to be actively involved in
their learning through asking questions, discussing alternative problem solving, and making
connections between what's new and what's known. Success will come through effort and
acceptance of the different techniques.
Revised 1-11-10
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