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Math Curriculum
Elementary
Kindergarten

Kindergarten Mathematics
Textbook: Go Math!
Kindergarten 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview and Scope and Sequence
Quarter 1
Counting, Comparing, and Representing Quantities
Standards of Learning: K.1, K.2, K.3
Quarter 2
Noticing, Describing, and Creating Patterns
Standards of Learning: K.12, K.13
Using Attributes to Compare, Sort, and Order
Standards of Learning: K.10
Quarter 3
Using Whole Numbers to Measure and Describe My World
Standards of Learning: K.7, K.8, K.9
Using Data to Describe My World
Standards of Learning: K.11
Quarter 4
Understanding Number Relationships and Solving Problems
Standards of Learning: K.4, K.5, K.6
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
1st Grade

Grade 1 Mathematics
Textbook: Go Math!
Grade 1 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter 1
Counting, Comparing, and Representing Quantities
Standards of Learning: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5
Quarter 2
Using Attributes to Compare, Sort,
and Order
Standards of Learning: 1.11, 1.13
Using Data to Describe My World
Standards of Learning: 1.12
Noticing, Describing, and
Creating Patterns
Standards of Learning: 1.14
Quarter 3
Using Whole Numbers to Measure and Describe My World
Standards of Learning: 1.8, 1.9, 1.10
Quarter 4
Understanding and Using Number Relationships to Solve Problems
Standards of Learning: 1.6, 1.7, 1.15
Understanding Parts of a Whole
Standards of Learning: 1.4
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
2nd Grade

Grade 2 Mathematics
Textbook: Go Math!
Grade 2 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter 1
Determining and Representing Quantities
Standards of Learning: 2.1a, 2.2, 2.3
Identifying, Comparing, and Ordering Quantities
Standards of Learning: 2.1bcd
Quarter 2
Developing Computational Fluency and Solving Problems
Standards of Learning: 2.5, 2.6, 2.17
Quarter 3
Noticing, Describing, and Creating Patterns
Standards of Learning: 2.16
Using Data to Describe
My World
Standards of Learning: 2.14, 2.15
Naming, Representing and Comparing Parts of a Whole
Standards of Learning: 2.4
Quarter 4
Using Measurement to Describe My World
Standards of Learning: 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11
Describing the Figures in My World
Standards of Learning: 2.12, 2.13
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
3rd Grade

Grade 3 Mathematics
Textbook: Go Math!
Grade 3 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter 1
Using Place Value to Compare/Order Numbers
Standards of Learning: 3.1
Solving Addition/Subtraction Problems with Whole Numbers
Standards of Learning: 3.3, 3.16, 3.17
Quarter 2
Using Data to Describe My World
SOL: 3.14, 3.15
Solving Problems using Multiplication and Division
Standards of Learning: 3.4
Quarter 3
Using Measurement to Describe My World
Standards of Learning: 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10
Problem Solving Using Money
SOL: 3.6
Using Fractions to Describe Quantities
Standards of Learning: 3.2, 3.5
Quarter 4
Using Fractions to Describe Quantities
(Continued from Quarter 3)
Using Geometry to Describe My World
SOL: 3.11
Composing and Decomposing Using Polygons
Standards of Learning: 3.12, 3.13
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
4th Grade

Grade 4 Mathematics
Textbook: Go Math!
Grade 4 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter 1
Using Place Value to Compare and Order
Whole Numbers Standards of Learning: 4.1
Solving Problems with Whole Numbers
Standards of Learning: 4.4, 4.15, 4.16
Quarter 2
Connecting Fractions and Decimals Standards of Learning: 4.2, 4.3
Solving Problems with Fractions
and Decimals Standards of Learning: 4.5, 4.6
Quarter 3
Solving Problems with Fractions and Decimals (Continued from Quarter 2)
Using Geometry to Describe My World Standards of Learning: 4.10, 4.11, 4.12
Quarter 4
Using Measurement to Describe My World Standards of Learning: 4.7, 4.8, 4.9
Using Data and Probability to Describe My World Standards of Learning: 4.13, 4.14
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
5th Grade

Grade 5 Mathematics
Textbook: Go Math!
Grade 5 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter 1
Applying Whole Number Characteristics and Operations
Standards of Learning: 5.3, 5.4, 5.7
Using Fraction and Decimal Connections to Problem Solve
Standards of Learning: 5.1, 5.2, 5.5, 5.6
Quarter 2
Using Fraction and Decimal Connections to Problem Solve
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Representing and Interpreting Data
Standards of Learning: 5.15, 5.16, 5.17
Quarter 3
Investigating Patterns, Expressions, and Equations
Standards of Learning: 5.18, 5.19
Investigating TwoDimensional Geometry
Standards of Learning: 5.10, 5.12, 5.13, 5.14
Quarter 4
Using Measurement to Describe My World
Standards of Learning: 5.8, 5.9, 5.11
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
Middle School
6th Grade

Math 6
Math 6Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 6
Textbook: Envision Math 2.0 Grade 6
Grade 6 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Applying Integers Concepts and Operations
Standards of Learning: 6.3, 6.4, 6.6, 6.8Quarter
2
Using Fraction, Decimal, and Percent Connections and Operations
6.2, 6.5
Quarter
3
Solving Problems with Proportional Reasoning
Standards of Learning: 6.1, 6.12
Representing and Solving Equations
Standards of Learning: 6.13, 6.14Quarter
4
Solving Problems with Two Dimensional Geometry
Standards of Learning: 6.7, 6.9Representing and Interpreting Data
Standards of Learning: 6.10, 6.11
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Foundations of Algebra
Foundations of Algebra
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 6, 7
Textbook: Envision Math 2.0 Grade 7
Grade 7 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Applying Rational Numbers
Standards of Learning: 7.1, 7.2
Quarter
2
Solving Algebraic Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities
Standards of Learning: 7.11, 7.12, 7.13Using Proportional Reasoning and
Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: 7.3, 7.10Quarter
3
Using Proportional Reasoning and Linear Functions
(Continued from Quarter 2)Representing Data with Histograms and
Determining Probability
Standards of Learning: 7.8, 7.9
Quarter
4
Solving Problems Involving Two and ThreeDimensional Geometry
Standards of Learning: 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
7th Grade

Foundations of Algebra
Foundations of Algebra
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 6, 7
Textbook: Envision Math 2.0 Grade 7
Grade 7 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Applying Rational Numbers
Standards of Learning: 7.1, 7.2
Quarter
2
Solving Algebraic Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities
Standards of Learning: 7.11, 7.12, 7.13Using Proportional Reasoning and
Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: 7.3, 7.10Quarter
3
Using Proportional Reasoning and Linear Functions
(Continued from Quarter 2)Representing Data with Histograms and
Determining Probability
Standards of Learning: 7.8, 7.9
Quarter
4
Solving Problems Involving Two and ThreeDimensional Geometry
Standards of Learning: 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

PreAlgebra
PreAlgebra
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 7, 8
Textbook: Envision Math 2.0 Grade 8
Grade 8 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Applying Real Numbers
Standards of Learning: 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4
Solving Algebraic Expressions
and Equations
Standards of Learning: 8.14, 8.17, 8.18
Quarter
2
Solving Algebraic Expressions and Equations
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Investigating Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: 8.15, 8.16
Quarter
3
Exploring Angle Relationships and the Pythagorean Theorem
Standards of Learning: 8.5, 8.9
Investigating Area, Perimeter, Volume, Surface Area and Transformations
Standards of Learning: 8.6, 8.7, 8.8, 8.10
Quarter
4
Finding Probability of Independent and Dependent Events
Standards of Learning: 8.11
Representing and Interpreting Data with Boxplots and Scatterplots
Standards of Learning: 8.12, 8.13
VDOE Process Goals

To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)

To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)

To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)

To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)

To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)


Introduction to Computer Science
Introduction to Computer Science
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 7, 8
Middle School Computer Science (MSCE) Course Standards and Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview:
Quarter
1
Impacts of Computing
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.6Computing Systems
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.19Networks & The Internet Standard of Learning: MSCSE.10
Tradeoffs of Technologies
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.16Hardware & Software
Standard of Learning:MSCSE.20
Quarter
2
Public & Private Info
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.18Algorithms & Programming
Standards of Learning: MSCSE.1, 4, 7, 8, & 9Functions with Parameters Standard of Learning: MSCSE.22 and 23 Inputs & Outputs Standard of Learning: MSCSE.3 Quarter
3
Variables, Data Types, Operations on Strings Standard of Learning: MSCSE.2 Data Collection/Useful & Reliable Data
Standards of Learning: MSCSE.13 & 25Refine Models from Data Standard of Learning: MSCSE.14 Representing Data Standard of Learning: MSCSE.15 Quarter
4
Bias & Accessibility Standards of Learning: MSCSE.5 & 24 Cybersecurity
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.12Types of Data Encryption Standard of Learning: MSCSE.11 Benefits & Risks of Crowdsourcing
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.17VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Computer Science Foundations
Computer Science Foundations
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 7, 8
Computer Science Foundations Course Standards and Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview:
Quarter 1
Network Protocols
Standards of Learning: CSF.2, 3, & 4
Web Development (HTML & CSS)
Standards of Learning: CSF.12, 13, 14, 15, 16, & 17
Quarter 2
Codesters Grade 8 Python
Standards of Learning: CSF.12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
Computing Systems
Standards of Learning: CSF.1
Quarter 3
Data & Analysis
Standards of Learning: CSF.9, 10, & 11
JavaScript
Standards of Learning: CSF.12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
Cybersecurity
Standards of Learning: CSF.5, 6, 7, & 8
Quarter 4
Machine Learning
Standards of Learning: CSF.1, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
Impact of Computing
Standards of Learning: CSF.22, 23, 24, & 25
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
8th Grade

PreAlgebra
PreAlgebra
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 7, 8
Textbook: Envision Math 2.0 Grade 8
Grade 8 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Applying Real Numbers
Standards of Learning: 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4
Solving Algebraic Expressions
and Equations
Standards of Learning: 8.14, 8.17, 8.18
Quarter
2
Solving Algebraic Expressions and Equations
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Investigating Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: 8.15, 8.16
Quarter
3
Exploring Angle Relationships and the Pythagorean Theorem
Standards of Learning: 8.5, 8.9
Investigating Area, Perimeter, Volume, Surface Area and Transformations
Standards of Learning: 8.6, 8.7, 8.8, 8.10
Quarter
4
Finding Probability of Independent and Dependent Events
Standards of Learning: 8.11
Representing and Interpreting Data with Boxplots and Scatterplots
Standards of Learning: 8.12, 8.13
VDOE Process Goals

To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)

To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)

To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)

To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)

To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)


Introduction to Computer Science
Introduction to Computer Science
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 7, 8
Middle School Computer Science (MSCE) Course Standards and Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview:
Quarter
1
Impacts of Computing
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.6Computing Systems
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.19Networks & The Internet Standard of Learning: MSCSE.10
Tradeoffs of Technologies
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.16Hardware & Software
Standard of Learning:MSCSE.20
Quarter
2
Public & Private Info
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.18Algorithms & Programming
Standards of Learning: MSCSE.1, 4, 7, 8, & 9Functions with Parameters Standard of Learning: MSCSE.22 and 23
Inputs & Outputs Standard of Learning: MSCSE.3
Quarter
3
Variables, Data Types, Operations on Strings Standard of Learning: MSCSE.2
Data Collection/Useful & Reliable Data Standards of Learning: MSCSE.13 & 25
Refine Models from Data Standard of Learning: MSCSE.14
Representing Data Standard of Learning: MSCSE.15
Quarter
4
Bias & Accessibility Standards of Learning: MSCSE.5 & 24
Cybersecurity Standard of Learning: MSCSE.12
Types of Data Encryption Standard of Learning: MSCSE.11
Benefits & Risks of Crowdsourcing
Standard of Learning: MSCSE.17VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Computer Science Foundations
Computer Science Foundations
Full description in the Program of Studies
Grade(s): 7, 8
Computer Science Foundations Course Standards and Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview:
Quarter 1
Network Protocols
Standards of Learning: CSF.2, 3, & 4
Web Development (HTML & CSS)
Standards of Learning: CSF.12, 13, 14, 15, 16, & 17
Quarter 2
Codesters Grade 8 Python
Standards of Learning: CSF.12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
Computing Systems
Standards of Learning: CSF.1
Quarter 3
Data & Analysis
Standards of Learning: CSF.9, 10, & 11
JavaScript
Standards of Learning: CSF.12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
Cybersecurity
Standards of Learning: CSF.5, 6, 7, & 8
Quarter 4
Machine Learning
Standards of Learning: CSF.1, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
Impact of Computing
Standards of Learning: CSF.22, 23, 24, & 25
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
High School
9th Grade

Algebra I
Algebra I
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Algebra I
Algebra I 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Solving Algebraic Expressions & Equations
Standards of Learning: A.1, A4.ace
Investigating Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: A.4de, A.6, A.7
Quarter
2
Investigating Linear Functions
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Investigating Linear Inequalities
Standard of Learning: A.5
Quarter
3
Simplifying Expressions with Exponents and Radicals
Standards of Learning: A.2a, A.3
Applying Polynomials Operations
Standard of Learning: A.2bc
Quarter
4
Investigating Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: A.4be A.7
Representing and Interpreting BiVariate Data
Standards of Learning: A.8, A.9
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Algebra II
Algebra IIFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Algebra II
Algebra II 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Exploring Functions Graphically
Standards of Learning: AII.7, AII.6
Absolute Value Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.7ah, k, AII.3a
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.2, AII.3b, AII.4, AII.7ah, jk, AII.9Quarter
2
Quadratic Functions
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Polynomial Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1c, AII.7ah, jk, AII.8
Quarter
3
Rational Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1a, AII.3c, AII.7 a, ci, k, AII.10Radical Functions Standards of Learning: AII.1b, AII.3d, AII.7 ah, jk Quarter
4
Exponential Functions Standards of Learning: AII.5, AII.7 ai, k, AII.9 Investigating Statistics and Probability
Standards of Learning: AII.11, AII.12
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Algebra II with Trigonometry
Algebra II with Trigonometry
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Pearson Envision Algebra II and Lial Trigonometry2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Exploring Functions Graphically
Standards of Learning: AII.6, AII.7
Absolute Value Functions
Standards of Learning: ALL.3a, AII.7ah, k
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.2, AII.3b, AII.4, AII.7ah, jk, AII.9Quarter
2
Polynomial Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1c, AII.7ah, jk, AII.8
Rational Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1a, AII.3c, AII.7a, ci, k, AII.10Radical Functions Standards of Learning: AII.1b, AII.3d, AII.7 ah,jk Quarter
3
Exponential Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.5, AII.7 ai, k, AII.9Investigating Statistics and Probability
Standards of Learning: AII.11, AII.12
Trigonometric Functions
Standards of Learning: T.1, T.2, T.3, T.4, T.7, T.9a
Quarter
4
Trigonometric Functions
(Continued from Quarter 3)
Analytical Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.5, T.6Applications of Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.8, T.9b
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Code.orgAP Computer Science Principles Course and Exam Description Yearly Overview:Quarter
1
Unit 1: Digital Information
Unit 2: The Internet
Unit 3: Intro to App Design
Unit 4: Variables, Conditionals, and Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 5: Lists, Loops, and Traversals
Unit 6: Algorithms
Quarter
3
Unit 7: Parameters, Return, and Libraries
Unit 8: Create Performance Task
Unit 9: Data
Quarter
4
Unit 10: Cybersecurity and Global Impacts
Extend Understanding and AP Exam Review/Practice
Post AP Exam Project
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Precalculus
AP Precalculus
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
AP Precalculus Course Framework
Quarter
1
Unit 1*
Polynominal and Rational Functions
Unit 2*
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 2*
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (cont'd)
Unit 3*
Trigonometric and Polar Functions
Quarter
3
Unit 3*
Trigonometric and Polar Functions (cont'd)
Unit 4
Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices
Quarter
4
Unit 4
Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices (cont'd)
Unit 5
Limits
Unit 6
Differentiation
* Units 1, 2, and 3 are assessed on the AP Precalculus Exam.
 Procedural and Symbolic Fluency  Algebraic manipulate functions, equations and expressions.
 Multiple Representations  Translate mathematics information between representations.
 Communication and Reasoning  Communicate with precise language, and provide rationales for conclusions.
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Statistics
AP Statistics
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: The Practice of Statistics 6eAP Statistics College Board Resources & Exam InformationYearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Unit 1: Exploring OneVariable Data
Unit 2: Exploring TwoVariable Data Quarter
2
Unit 3: Collecting Data
Unit 4: Probability, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
Quarter
3
Unit 5: Sampling Distributions
Unit 6: Inference for Categorical Data (Proportions) & Quantitative Data (Means)
Quarter
4
Unit 7: Inference for Categorical Data: ChiSquare
Unit 8: Inference for Quantitative Data: Slopes
Unit 9: Exploration
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Computer Mathematics
Computer Mathematics
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Big JavaComputer Mathematics Standards of Learning and Curriculum FrameworkYearly Overview:
Quarter
1
Classes and Objects
Standards of Learning: COM.2, 7
Methods and Inheritance
Standards of Learning: COM.15 & 16
Control Structures, Iteration, Algorithms, and Polymorphism
Standards of Learning: COM.4, 8, & 13
Quarter
2
Introduction to Arrays and Strings
Standards of Learning: COM.7, 13, & 14
Graphics
Standards of Learning: COM.6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, & 14
Quarter
3
Graphics and Animation
Standards of Learning: COM.6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, & 14
Mouse and Keyboard Input
Standards of Learning: COM.10, 11, & 13
Arrays and Graphics
Standards of Learning: COM.7, 13, & 14
Quarter
4
Graphical User Interface
Standards of Learning: COM.1, 5, 10, & 11
Standard Input and Output
Standards of Learning: COM.10, 11, & 13
Strings
Standards of Learning: COM.7 & 13
Interfaces and Abstract Classes
Standards of Learning: COM.3, 5, 17, & 18
Number Systems
Standards of Learning: COM.4, 5, & 6
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Data Science
Data Science
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
LCPS Data Science Scope and Sequence
VDOE Data Science Curriculum Maps
Quarter
1
Data for All
Standards of Learning: DS.1, DS.2, DS.3, DS.4, DS.5
Data Visualization
Standards of Learning: DS.5, DS.6, DS.8, DS.10, DS.12, DS.13
Quarter
2
Data Visualization
Standards of Learning: DS.5, DS.6, DS.7, DS.8, DS.10, DS.12, DS.13
Semester Summative Project
Project & Presentation
Standards of Learning: DS.1, DS.2, DS.3, DS.4, DS.5, DS.6, DS.8, DS.10, DS.12, DS.13
Quarter
3
Data Modeling & Prediction
Standards of Learning: DS.7, DS.8, DS.9, DS.12, DS.13
Quarter
4
Data Modeling & Prediction
Standards of Learning: DS.7, DS.8, DS.9, DS.12, DS.13
EndofCourse Student Project
Standards of Learning: DS.1, DS.2, DS.3, DS.4, DS.5, DS.6, DS.7, DS.8, DS.9, DS.10, DS.11, DS.12, DS.13
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Functions, Algebra, and Data Analysis
Functions, Algebra, and Data AnalysisFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Modeling with Mathematics: A Bridge to Algebra 2
2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.3, AFDA.4
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.3, AFDA.4Quarter
2
Quadratic Functions
(continued from Quarter 1)
Exponential Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.3, AFDA.4
Quarter
3
Logarithmic Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.4Linear Programming
Standards of Learning: AFDA.5
Quarter
4
Data Analysis & Probability
Standards of Learning: AFDA.6, AFDA.7, AFDA.8
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Geometry
GeometryFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Geometry
2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Logic and Reasoning
Standards of Learning: G.1
Investigating Angle Relationships and Triangles
Standards of Learning: G.2, G.4g, G.5
Quarter
2
Exploring Similarity and Congruence
Standards of Learning: G.3abd, G.4abcdef, G.6, G.
Quarter
3
Applying Right Triangles
Standards of Learning: G.8
Investigating Polygons
Standards of Learning: G.3ac, G.9, G.10
Quarter
4
Investigating Relationships within Circles
Standards of Learning: G.4h, G.11, G.12
Applying Area, Perimeter, Surface Area, and Volume
Standards of Learning: G.13, G.14
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Math Analysis
Math AnalysisFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic 10th edition
Math Analysis Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Investigating Functions
Standards of Learning: MA.1, MA.2, MA.3, MA.4, MA.5
Quarter
2
Matrices and Conics
Standards of Learning: MA.6, MA.11
Analytical Geometry and Equations
Standards of Learning: MA.7, MA.8, MA.9, MA.10
Quarter
3
Sequences, Series, and Mathematical Induction
Standards of Learning: MA.12, MA.13, MA.14
Limits
Quarter
4
Differentiation
Applications of Derivatives
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Precalculus
PrecalculusFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic 10th edition and Lial Trigonometry
Trigonometry 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Math Analysis 2016 Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Functions
Standards of Learning: MA.1, MA.3, MA.4, MA.5
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Standards of Learning: MA.2, MA.4
Quarter
2
Trigonometric Functions
Standards of Learning: T.1, T.2, T.3, T.4, T.7, T.9a
Quarter
3
Analytical Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.5, T.6
Geometric Applications
Standards of Learning: T.8, T.9b
Quarter
4
Matrices and Conics
Standards of Learning: MA.6, MA.11
Sequences and Series
Standards of Learning: MA.12, MA.13, MA.14
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
10th Grade

Algebra I
Algebra I
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Algebra I
Algebra I 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Solving Algebraic Expressions & Equations
Standards of Learning: A.1, A4.ace
Investigating Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: A.4de, A.6, A.7
Quarter
2
Investigating Linear Functions
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Investigating Linear Inequalities
Standard of Learning: A.5
Quarter
3
Simplifying Expressions with Exponents and Radicals
Standards of Learning: A.2a, A.3
Applying Polynomials Operations
Standard of Learning: A.2bc
Quarter
4
Investigating Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: A.4be A.7
Representing and Interpreting BiVariate Data
Standards of Learning: A.8, A.9
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Algebra II
Algebra IIFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Algebra II
Algebra II 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Exploring Functions Graphically
Standards of Learning: AII.7, AII.6
Absolute Value Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.7ah, k, AII.3a
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.2, AII.3b, AII.4, AII.7ah, jk, AII.9Quarter
2
Quadratic Functions
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Polynomial Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1c, AII.7ah, jk, AII.8
Quarter
3
Rational Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1a, AII.3c, AII.7 a, ci, k, AII.10Radical Functions Standards of Learning: AII.1b, AII.3d, AII.7 ah, jk Quarter
4
Exponential Functions Standards of Learning: AII.5, AII.7 ai, k, AII.9 Investigating Statistics and Probability
Standards of Learning: AII.11, AII.12
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Algebra II with Trigonometry
Algebra II with Trigonometry
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Pearson Envision Algebra II and Lial TrigonometryAlgebra II 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Exploring Functions Graphically
Standards of Learning: AII.6, AII.7
Absolute Value Functions
Standards of Learning: ALL.3a, AII.7ah, k
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.2, AII.3b, AII.4, AII.7ah, jk, AII.9Quarter
2
Polynomial Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1c, AII.7ah, jk, AII.8
Rational Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1a, AII.3c, AII.7a, ci, k, AII.10Radical Functions Standards of Learning: AII.1b, AII.3d, AII.7 ah,jk Quarter
3
Exponential Functions Standards of Learning: AII.5, AII.7 ai, k, AII.9 Investigating Statistics and Probability
Standards of Learning: AII.11, AII.12
Trigonometric Functions
Standards of Learning: T.1, T.2, T.3, T.4, T.7, T.9a
Quarter
4
Trigonometric Functions
(Continued from Quarter 3)
Analytical Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.5, T.6Applications of Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.8, T.9b
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science A
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 10, 11, 12Textbook: Big JavaAP Computer Science A Course and Exam Description Yearly Overview:Quarter
1
Unit 1: Primitive Types
Unit 2: Using Objects
Unit 3: Boolean Expression and If Statements
Unit 4: Iteration/Loops
Unit 5: Writing Classes
Quarter
2
Unit 6: Arrays
Unit 7: ArrayLists
Quarter
3
Unit 8: 2D Arrays
Unit 9: Inheritance
Unit 10: Recursion
Quarter
4
Extend Understanding and AP Exam Review/Practice
Post AP Exam Project
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Code.orgAP Computer Science Principles Course and Exam Description Yearly Overview:Quarter
1
Unit 1: Digital Information
Unit 2: The Internet
Unit 3: Intro to App Design
Unit 4: Variables, Conditionals, and Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 5: Lists, Loops, and Traversals
Unit 6: Algorithms
Quarter
3
Unit 7: Parameters, Return, and Libraries
Unit 8: Create Performance Task
Unit 9: Data
Quarter
4
Unit 10: Cybersecurity and Global Impacts
Extend Understanding and AP Exam Review/Practice
Post AP Exam Project
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Precalculus
AP Precalculus
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
AP Precalculus Course Framework
Quarter
1
Unit 1*
Polynominal and Rational Functions
Unit 2*
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 2*
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (cont'd)
Unit 3*
Trigonometric and Polar Functions
Quarter
3
Unit 3*
Trigonometric and Polar Functions (cont'd)
Unit 4
Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices
Quarter
4
Unit 4
Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices (cont'd)
Unit 5
Limits
Unit 6
Differentiation
* Units 1, 2, and 3 are assessed on the AP Precalculus Exam.
 Procedural and Symbolic Fluency  Algebraic manipulate functions, equations and expressions.
 Multiple Representations  Translate mathematics information between representations.
 Communication and Reasoning  Communicate with precise language, and provide rationales for conclusions.
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Statistics
AP Statistics
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: The Practice of Statistics 6eAP Statistics College Board Resources & Exam Information Yearly Overview Scope and SequenceQuarter
1
Unit 1: Exploring OneVariable Data
Unit 2: Exploring TwoVariable Data
Quarter
2
Unit 3: Collecting Data
Unit 4: Probability, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
Quarter
3
Unit 5: Sampling Distributions
Unit 6: Inference for Categorical Data (Proportions)
& Quantitative Data (Means)Quarter
4
Unit 7: Inference for Categorical Data: ChiSquare
Unit 8: Inference for Quantitative Data: Slopes
Unit 9: Exploration
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Computer Mathematics
Computer Mathematics
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Big JavaComputer Mathematics Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework Yearly Overview:Quarter
1
Classes and Objects
Standards of Learning: COM.2, 7
Methods and Inheritance
Standards of Learning: COM.15 & 16
Control Structures, Iteration, Algorithms, and Polymorphism
Standards of Learning: COM.4, 8, & 13
Quarter
2
Introduction to Arrays and Strings
Standards of Learning: COM.7, 13, & 14
Graphics
Standards of Learning: COM.6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, & 14
Quarter
3
Graphics and Animation
Standards of Learning: COM.6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, & 14
Mouse and Keyboard Input
Standards of Learning: COM.10, 11, & 13
Arrays and Graphics
Standards of Learning: COM.7, 13, & 14
Quarter
4
Graphical User Interface
Standards of Learning: COM.1, 5, 10, & 11
Standard Input and Output
Standards of Learning: COM.10, 11, & 13
Strings
Standards of Learning: COM.7 & 13
Interfaces and Abstract Classes
Standards of Learning: COM.3, 5, 17, & 18
Number Systems
Standards of Learning: COM.4, 5, & 6
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Data Science
Data Science
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
LCPS Data Science Scope and Sequence
VDOE Data Science Curriculum Maps
Quarter
1
Data for All
Standards of Learning: DS.1, DS.2, DS.3, DS.4, DS.5
Data Visualization
Standards of Learning: DS.5, DS.6, DS.8, DS.10, DS.12, DS.13
Quarter
2
Data Visualization
Standards of Learning: DS.5, DS.6, DS.7, DS.8, DS.10, DS.12, DS.13
Semester Summative Project
Project & Presentation
Standards of Learning: DS.1, DS.2, DS.3, DS.4, DS.5, DS.6, DS.8, DS.10, DS.12, DS.13
Quarter
3
Data Modeling & Prediction
Standards of Learning: DS.7, DS.8, DS.9, DS.12, DS.13
Quarter
4
Data Modeling & Prediction
Standards of Learning: DS.7, DS.8, DS.9, DS.12, DS.13
EndofCourse Student Project
Standards of Learning: DS.1, DS.2, DS.3, DS.4, DS.5, DS.6, DS.7, DS.8, DS.9, DS.10, DS.11, DS.12, DS.13
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Discrete Mathematics
Discrete MathematicsFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 10, 11, 12Textbook: Virginia Discrete Mathematics (coming soon)Discrete Math Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Elections
DM.6
Fair Division
DM.5
Quarter
2
Graph Theory
DM.1, DM.2, DM.3
Logic
DM.9
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Functions, Algebra, and Data Analysis
Functions, Algebra, and Data AnalysisFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Modeling with Mathematics: A Bridge to Algebra 2
Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Linear Functions Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.3, AFDA.4
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.3, AFDA.4Quarter
2
Quadratic Functions
(continued from Quarter 1)
Exponential Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.3, AFDA.4
Quarter
3
Logarithmic Functions
Standards of Learning: AFDA.1, AFDA.2, AFDA.4Linear Programming
Standards of Learning: AFDA.5
Quarter
4
Data Analysis & Probability
Standards of Learning: AFDA.6, AFDA.7, AFDA.8
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Geometry
GeometryFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Geometry
Geometry 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Logic and Reasoning
Standards of Learning: G.1
Investigating Angle Relationships and Triangles
Standards of Learning: G.2, G.4g, G.5
Quarter
2
Exploring Similarity and Congruence
Standards of Learning: G.3abd, G.4abcdef, G.6, G.
Quarter
3
Applying Right Triangles
Standards of Learning: G.8
Investigating Polygons
Standards of Learning: G.3ac, G.9, G.10
Quarter
4
Investigating Relationships within Circles
Standards of Learning: G.4h, G.11, G.12
Applying Area, Perimeter, Surface Area, and Volume
Standards of Learning: G.13, G.14
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Math Analysis
Math AnalysisFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic 10th edition
Math Analysis Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Investigating Functions
Standards of Learning: MA.1, MA.2, MA.3, MA.4, MA.5
Quarter
2
Matrices and Conics
Standards of Learning: MA.6, MA.11
Analytical Geometry and Equations
Standards of Learning: MA.7, MA.8, MA.9, MA.10
Quarter
3
Sequences, Series, and Mathematical Induction
Standards of Learning: MA.12, MA.13, MA.14
Limits
Quarter
4
Differentiation
Applications of Derivatives
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Precalculus
PrecalculusFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic 10th edition and Lial Trigonometry
Trigonometry 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Math Analysis 2016 Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Functions
Standards of Learning: MA.1, MA.3, MA.4, MA.5
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Standards of Learning: MA.2, MA.4
Quarter
2
Trigonometric Functions
Standards of Learning: T.1, T.2, T.3, T.4, T.7, T.9a
Quarter
3
Analytical Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.5, T.6
Geometric Applications
Standards of Learning: T.8, T.9b
Quarter
4
Matrices and Conics
Standards of Learning: MA.6, MA.11
Sequences and Series
Standards of Learning: MA.12, MA.13, MA.14
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Probability and Statistics
Probability and StatisticsFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 10, 11, 12Textbook: Statistics and Probability with Applications 3eProbability and Statistics 2016 Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Data Collection
Standards of Learning: PS.8, PS.9, PS.10
Descriptive Statistics
Standards of Learning: PS.1,PS.2, PS.3, PS.4, PS.7, PS.16Quarter
2
Descriptive Statistics
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Probability
Standards of Learning: PS.11, PS.12
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
11th Grade

Algebra I
Algebra I
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Algebra I
Algebra I 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Solving Algebraic Expressions & Equations
Standards of Learning: A.1, A4.ace
Investigating Linear Functions
Standards of Learning: A.4de, A.6, A.7
Quarter
2
Investigating Linear Functions
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Investigating Linear Inequalities
Standard of Learning: A.5
Quarter
3
Simplifying Expressions with Exponents and Radicals
Standards of Learning: A.2a, A.3
Applying Polynomials Operations
Standard of Learning: A.2bc
Quarter
4
Investigating Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: A.4be A.7
Representing and Interpreting BiVariate Data
Standards of Learning: A.8, A.9
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Algebra II
Algebra IIFull description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Envision AGA Algebra II
Algebra II 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Exploring Functions Graphically
Standards of Learning: AII.7, AII.6
Absolute Value Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.7ah, k, AII.3a
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.2, AII.3b, AII.4, AII.7ah, jk, AII.9Quarter
2
Quadratic Functions
(Continued from Quarter 1)
Polynomial Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1c, AII.7ah, jk, AII.8
Quarter
3
Rational Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1a, AII.3c, AII.7 a, ci, k, AII.10Radical Functions Standards of Learning: AII.1b, AII.3d, AII.7 ah, jk Quarter
4
Exponential Functions Standards of Learning: AII.5, AII.7 ai, k, AII.9 Investigating Statistics and Probability
Standards of Learning: AII.11, AII.12
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

Algebra II with Trigonometry
Algebra II with Trigonometry
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Pearson Envision Algebra II and Lial TrigonometryAlgebra II 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
Trigonometry 2016 Mathematics Standards of Learning & Curriculum Framework
VDOE Mathematics Instructional Plans (Sample Lesson Plans)
Yearly Overview Scope and Sequence
Quarter
1
Exploring Functions Graphically
Standards of Learning: AII.6, AII.7
Absolute Value Functions
Standards of Learning: ALL.3a, AII.7ah, k
Quadratic Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.2, AII.3b, AII.4, AII.7ah, jk, AII.9Quarter
2
Polynomial Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1c, AII.7ah, jk, AII.8
Rational Functions
Standards of Learning: AII.1a, AII.3c, AII.7a, ci, k, AII.10Radical Functions Standards of Learning: AII.1b, AII.3d, AII.7 ah,jk Quarter
3
Exponential Functions Standards of Learning: AII.5, AII.7 ai, k, AII.9 Investigating Statistics and Probability
Standards of Learning: AII.11, AII.12
Trigonometric Functions
Standards of Learning: T.1, T.2, T.3, T.4, T.7, T.9a
Quarter
4
Trigonometric Functions
(Continued from Quarter 3)
Analytical Trigonometry Standards of Learning: T.5, T.6 Applications of Trigonometry
Standards of Learning: T.8, T.9b
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus AB
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 11, 12Textbook: Calculus for the AP CourseAP Calculus AB College Board Resources & Exam Information Yearly Overview Scope and SequenceQuarter
1
Unit 1: Limits and Continuity
Unit 2: Differentiation: Definition and Fundamental Properties
Unit 3: Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 4: Contextual Applications of Differentiation
Unit 5: Analytical Applications of Differentiation
Quarter
3
Unit 6: Integration and Accumulation of Change
Unit 7: Differential Equations
Unit 8: Applications of Integration
Quarter
4
AP Review and Post AP Topics
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Calculus BC
AP Calculus BC
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 11, 12Textbook: Calculus for the AP CourseAP Calculus BC College Board Resources & Exam Information Yearly Overview Scope and SequenceQuarter
1
Unit 1: Limits and Continuity
Unit 2: Differentiation: Definition and Basic Derivative Rules
Unit 3: Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions
Unit 4: Contextual Applications of Differentiation
Quarter
2
Unit 5: Analytical Applications of Differentiation
Unit 6: Integration and Accumulation of Change
Unit 7: Differential Equations
Unit 8: Applications of Integration
Quarter
3
Unit 9: Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and VectorValued Functions
Unit 10: Infinite Sequences and Series
Quarter
4
AP Review and Post AP Topics
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science A
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 10, 11, 12Textbook: Big JavaAP Computer Science A Course and Exam Description Yearly Overview:Quarter
1
Unit 1: Primitive Types
Unit 2: Using Objects
Unit 3: Boolean Expression and If Statements
Unit 4: Iteration/Loops
Unit 5: Writing Classes
Quarter
2
Unit 6: Arrays
Unit 7: ArrayLists
Quarter
3
Unit 8: 2D Arrays
Unit 9: Inheritance
Unit 10: Recursion
Quarter
4
Extend Understanding and AP Exam Review/Practice
Post AP Exam Project
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: Code.orgAP Computer Science Principles Course and Exam Description Yearly Overview:Quarter
1
Unit 1: Digital Information
Unit 2: The Internet
Unit 3: Intro to App Design
Unit 4: Variables, Conditionals, and Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 5: Lists, Loops, and Traversals
Unit 6: Algorithms
Quarter
3
Unit 7: Parameters, Return, and Libraries
Unit 8: Create Performance Task
Unit 9: Data
Quarter
4
Unit 10: Cybersecurity and Global Impacts
Extend Understanding and AP Exam Review/Practice
Post AP Exam Project
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Precalculus
AP Precalculus
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
AP Precalculus Course Framework
Quarter
1
Unit 1*
Polynominal and Rational Functions
Unit 2*
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Quarter
2
Unit 2*
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (cont'd)
Unit 3*
Trigonometric and Polar Functions
Quarter
3
Unit 3*
Trigonometric and Polar Functions (cont'd)
Unit 4
Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices
Quarter
4
Unit 4
Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices (cont'd)
Unit 5
Limits
Unit 6
Differentiation
* Units 1, 2, and 3 are assessed on the AP Precalculus Exam.
 Procedural and Symbolic Fluency  Algebraic manipulate functions, equations and expressions.
 Multiple Representations  Translate mathematics information between representations.
 Communication and Reasoning  Communicate with precise language, and provide rationales for conclusions.
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)

AP Statistics
AP Statistics
Full description in the Program of StudiesGrade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12Textbook: The Practice of Statistics 6eAP Statistics College Board Resources & Exam Information Yearly Overview Scope and SequenceQuarter
1
Unit 1: Exploring OneVariable Data
Unit 2: Exploring TwoVariable Data
Quarter
2
Unit 3: Collecting Data
Unit 4: Probability, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
Quarter
3
Unit 5: Sampling Distributions
Unit 6: Inference for Categorical Data (Proportions)
& Quantitative Data (Means)Quarter
4
Unit 7: Inference for Categorical Data: ChiSquare
Unit 8: Inference for Quantitative Data: Slopes
Unit 9: Exploration
VDOE Process Goals
 To build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving and to develop a repertoire of skills and strategies for solving a variety of problem types (Problem Solving)
 To communicate mathematical ideas coherently and clearly and to analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking of others (Communication)
 To use logical reasoning in solving mathematical problems and to explain and justify mathematical ideas (Reasoning)
 To understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another and to use those connections to solve problems (Connections)
 To create and use a variety of representations in learning, doing, and communicating mathematics (Representations)
