A+ College Ready supports 40 total courses: 24 courses in grades 6-10 and 16 Advanced Placement courses. All curricular materials are housed in Canvas, and contain various templates and strategies for support. All Advanced Placement Course materials are aligned to the College Board's AP Course Exam and Description, and all 6-10 courses (11th grade in math) are aligned to the Alabama Courses of Study.
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- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Statistics
- AP PreCalculus
A+ College Ready’s AP Mathematics coursework materials are designed to prepare students for the rigors of the AP math exams. The A+ College Ready provided resources for each unit in the courses include: A year-long calendar with four 9-weeks big pictures, scope and sequence for teachers, student resources, quizzes and tests, and teacher solutions. The scope and sequence contains the standards, prerequisite skills, teacher notes, and presentation strategies for each lesson. Each unit includes pacing activities and past free response questions designed to promote skill development, active learning and collaboration. Student resources include a student packet of material for each unit and videos.
- Math 6
- Math 7/Accelerated Math 7
- Math 8/Accelerated Math 8
- Geometry with Data Analysis
- Algebra I with Probability
- Algebra II with Statistics
The A+ College Ready E3 Math curricula integrate research-based best practices with required content for each grade level. The curricula encourage students to be actively engaged with the lessons by including hands-on activities and technology along with the opportunity to think, write, and speak mathematically.
Curricular resources contain a year-at-a-glance document and nine-weeks big pictures. Each unit within the curricula contains a unit overview, unit summary, scope and sequence, and lessons. The unit overview contains vocabulary and a concept checklist with a simplified Marzano scale. The unit summary contains the standards, essential questions, enduring understandings, knowledge, and skills for the unit. The scope and sequence contains the standards, prerequisite skills, teacher notes, and presentation strategies for each lesson.