**Teacher in Charge: ** R. Cookson

This Achievement standard course is designed around Level 6 of the New Zealand Mathematics and Statistics curriculum to encourage the development of skills and knowledge required to form a deep understanding of mathematical concepts. There is an emphasis on logical and systematic reasoning to enable students to communicate mathematical ideas within a range of meaningful contexts.

As well as the standards listed below, students will have attempted an internal achievement standard in year 10.

Level 2 Mathematics (MAT) - mainly External standards

$23 mathematics workbook.

Calculator (minimum scientific) essential.

Graphics calculator ( eg.Casio 9750) recommended.

A graphics calculator is essential for all level 2 and 3 Mathematics courses.

Year 10 mathematics.

A good command of algebra and a proven track record of ability to perform well under examination conditions. An essential for those wishing to continue with the MAT 2 course which leads to Calculus.

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

Assessment | Level |
Internal or External |
Credits |
L1 Literacy Credits | UE Literacy Credits | Numeracy Credits |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

A.S. 91026 v3
Mathematics and Statistics 1.1 - Apply numeric reasoning in solving problems |
1 |
I |
4 |
Y |
||

A.S. 91027 v4
Mathematics and Statistics 1.2 - Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems |
1 |
E |
4 |
Y |
||

A.S. 91028 v3
Mathematics and Statistics 1.3 - Investigate relationships between tables, equations and graphs |
1 |
E |
4 |
Y |
||

A.S. 91031 v4
Mathematics and Statistics 1.6 - Apply geometric reasoning in solving problems |
1 |
E |
4 |
Y |
||

Total Credits |

**Total Credits Available:** 16 credits.

**Externally Assessed Credits:** 12 credits.

**Internally Assessed Credits:** 4 credits.

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An individual course will only run if sufficient students are accepted into the course.