QCE Year 11 Maths A

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Statement on QCE Year 11 Maths A

QCE Year 11 Maths A emphasises the development of positive attitudes towards the student’s involvement in mathematics. This development is encouraged through the use of relevant personal and work-related learning experiences. There is also a focus on the development of mathematical knowledge and understanding through investigative and explorative approaches to learning. These approaches provide opportunities to work collaboratively and cooperatively in teams as well as individually.
Mathematics A involves the study of Financial Mathematics, Applied Geometry, and Statistics and Probability.
These are used to develop:

  • knowledge and skills of computation, estimation and measurement
  • simple algebraic manipulation
  • a capacity to interpret and analyse information presented in a variety of forms
  • the ability to make judgments based on evidence and reasoning
  • a capacity to justify and communicate results in a variety of forms.

Background of QCE Year 11 Maths A

Mathematics A aims to provide the opportunity for students to continue to participate fully in lifelong learning. It is designed for those students who want to extend their mathematical skills beyond Year 10 level but whose future studies or employment pathways do not require knowledge of calculus. The subject is designed for students who have a wide range of educational and employment aspirations, including continuing their studies at university or TAFE. Mathematics A is a recommended precursor to further study and training for professions and technical trades in a range of industries and employment areas

referred from
Mathematics A Senior Syllabus 2008 (amended 2014)
Queensland Studies Authority 2014

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