## MATH 011-Fundamental Math Level 1

This course is designed to help adults develop personal math skills. Fundamental Level 1 Mathematics will give students a strong foundation of basic skills, concepts, mathematical vocabulary, and problem solving strategies to prepare them to meet personal, career or further academic goals.

Hours: 60 (Seminars/Tutorials Hours: 60)

Total Weeks: 20

Prerequisites:
Completion of CCP Math Assessment

Non-Course Prerequisites:
None

Co-Requisites:
None

Course Content:
- Number Operations & Applications
- Patterns, Functions & Relations
- Real Life Applications
- Measurement
- Geometry

- Skills and Strategies for Learning

Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Explain or use examples of keywords: digit, place value, rounding, estimating, greater than, less than, equal, not equal, odd , even, zero, horizontal, vertical, operation, sum, difference, addition, subtraction, increase , decrease
- Identify place value to 100
- Recognize vertical and horizontal format for adding and subtracting
- Read and write digits 0 to 9
- Count to 100
- Read and write whole numbers to 100
- Compare and order whole numbers to 100
- Add whole numbers whose sum is 20 or less without carrying
- Subtract whole numbers that are 20 or less, without borrowing/trading in
- Round whole numbers to the nearest 10
- Use and apply patterns (shapes, letter and numbers)
- Count by 2‘s; 5‘s; 10‘s; up to 100
- Recognize coins and their values
- Show the relationship between manipulatives and numbers to 20
- Estimate (ex. 'It takes me about an hour to get to work in the morning')
- Use estimation in situations such as transportation and time management (ex. estimating commuting time per day)
- Apply addition (to 20) to one step word problems in real life situations
- Apply subtraction (20 or less) to one step word problems in real life situations
- Explain or use examples of keywords: Rectangle, square, triangle, circle, perimeter
- Identify rectangle, square, triangle, circle
- Recognize am/pm clock notation
- Recognize common base time units and their relationship to each other (seconds to minutes, etc)
- Apply logical thinking to math operations
- Use critical thinking skills
- Give and receive help in a respectful manner
- Organize work, with help, for easy access
- Work independently for short periods of time
- Receive feedback and respond appropriately
- Identify personal short-term numeracy goals
- Recognize personal learning strengths
- Recognize math anxiety
- Use strategies to manage math anxiety
- Locate information in a text book with help

- Manage frustrations of learning

Passing Grade: Master of Learning Outcomes.

Percentage of Individual Work: 100