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Algebra II With Trigonometry is a course designed to extend students’ knowledge of Algebra I with additional algebraic and trigonometric content. Mastery of the content standards for this course is necessary for student success in higher-level mathematics. The use of appropriate technology is encouraged for numerical and graphical investigations that enhance analytical comprehension. Algebra II With Trigonometry is required for all students pursuing the Alabama High School Diploma with Advanced Academic Endorsement. Prerequisites for this course are Algebra I and Geometry.
The Algebra 2 with Trigonometry course of study can be found at this link
Precalculus is a course designed for students who have successfully completed the Algebra II With Trigonometry course. This course is considered to be a prerequisite for success in calculus and college mathematics. Algebraic, graphical, numerical, and verbal analyses are incorporated during investigations of the Precalculus content standards. Parametric equations, polar relations, vector operations, and limits are introduced. Content for this course also includes an expanded study of polynomial and rational functions, conic sections, trigonometric functions, and logarithmic and exponential functions. Application-based problem solving is an integral part of the course. Instruction should include appropriate use of technology to facilitate continued development of students’ higher-order thinking skills.
The Precalculus course of study can be found at this link
Algebra II is a terminating course designed to extend students’ algebraic knowledge and skills beyond Algebra I. Students are encouraged to solve problems using a variety of methods that promote the development of improved communication skills and foster a deeper understanding of mathematics. To help students appreciate the power of algebra, application-based problems are incorporated throughout the course. The use of appropriate technology is also encouraged for numerical and graphical investigations. The prerequisites for Algebra II are Algebra I and Geometry.
The Algebra II course of study can be found at this link
World History 9 (1500-present) directs students to think critically about the various forces that combined to shape the world today. Emphasis is placed on geographic impact, development of civic knowledge/responsibilities, and emerging economic systems within a chronological context. Students will examine these elements and events during the following time periods
- The Emergence of a Global Age: 1500-1650
- The Age of Revolutions: 1650-1815
- The Age of “Isms”: 1815-1914
- The Era of Global War: 1914-1945
- The World from 1945-Present
The World History 9 course of study can be found at this link