In this unit, students extend their understanding of combinatorics and probability learned in previous mathematics courses. Some concepts including permutations, combinations, and dependent and independent events may be new to students, which are enrichment, rather than core, components of the Algebra 1 curriculum. Students’ knowledge is extended to understand and make use of conditional probabilities, probabilities for compound events, and probability distributions to develop inferences and predictions involving real-world problems.
Instructional Flow (PDF)
Description of the typical order of textbook sections and topics taught in the unit.
Expectations, Essential Questions, Enduring Understandings and Vocabulary
Unit 7 Standards for Bridge to Algebra 2(PDF)
Explanation of what your child should understand by the end of each unit (enduring understandings), how he/she will get to that understanding (essential questions), and how he/she will be evaluated (indicators).
Content map for Bridge to Algebra 2 Unit 7 (PDF)