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Grade 7_Mathematics_Second Term Examination Syllabus and Details_April 2017

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Second Term Examination Syllabus and Details_April 2017

Dear Parents and Students,

Please find Mathematics: Second term Examination Syllabus and details mentioned below.

Unit 1: World of Numbers

1. Number System
2. Prime and composite numbers
3. Factors and Multiples
4. Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple
5. Prime Factorization Method
5. Operation with Integers
6. BODMAS rule

Unit 2: Different can be Equal (Fraction, Decimal and Percentage)

1. Fractions Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Types of Fractions, Negative Fractions, Equal Fractions, Simplifying Fractions
2. Operation with Fractions
3. Decimals Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Converting Decimals to Fractions and vice versa, Terminating decimals, Recurring decimals
4. Operations with Decimal numbers
5. Rounding Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Write up to 1 decimal place, 2 decimal places and 3 decimal places. Rounding to nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, one/whole number, 1 decimal place, 2 decimal places and 3 decimal places
6. Percentage Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Converting Fractions and Decimals into Percentages and vice versa
7. Expressing one quantity as a percentage of another
8. Finding a Percentage of quantity
9. Unitary method in Percentage
10. Percentage increase and decrease

Unit 3: Squares, cubes and its roots

1. Squares, cubes and its roots
2. Index notation and different forms
3. Patterns

Unit 4: Measurement

1. Metric system – Units of measurement to estimate measure, calculate and solve problems in a range of contexts including units of mass, length & capacity
2. Conversion – Units of mass, length & capacity
3. Solve problems involving measurements in a variety of contexts.
4. Relationships between units of time
5. 12- hour and 24- hour clock systems
6. Time conversion between 12- hour and 24- hour clock
7. Interpret timetables
8. Time intervals.

Unit 5: Statistics

1. Terminologies, Data collection, Bias in sampling
2. Categorical Data
• Displaying data using Vertical Column graph, Horizontal Bar chart and Pie chart.
• Two-way table and Side by side column graph
1. Numerical Data
• Measuring the centre – Mean, Median and Mode
• Measuring the spread – Range Ã‚Â
• Displaying Numerical Data using Column graph
1. Grouped Data – Histogram (Column graph for grouped data) and Stem and Leaf plot
2. Interpreting tables and graphs

Unit 6: Journey into the unknown

1. Terminologies
2. Writing and Constructing Algebraic expressions
3. Like and Unlike terms Ã‚Â
4. Simplifying expressions Ã‚Â
5. Properties of distributive, associative and commutative laws
6. Equations
7. Constructing and solving Equations
8. Substitution into an Expression and Formula
9. Changing the subject
10. Temperature
11. Patterns

Unit 7: Lines and Angles

1. Terminologies
2. Angle Properties (Angle Pairs of Parallel lines)
– Angles on a straight line add up to 180 degree
– Angles around a point add up to 360 degree
– Vertically Opposite angles
– Corresponding angles
– Alternate angles (Interior and Exterior)
– Co-Interior angles
– Supplementary angles
3. Constructions
4. Triangles (Classification and Properties)

Important Note: Apart from Grade 8 MYP Haese textbook, all the hard copy of the worksheets, extra sums taught in the class as well as all online worksheets/sums shared on Google Classroom will also be considered as a part of Syllabus (Weekend practice questions will not be considered as a part of syllabus).

Examination Details

There will be one paper in Mathematics in Second Term Examination.

Paper will consist of Short response questions, Medium and Long response questions.

Duration of Paper: 2 hoursÃ‚Â

Paper will assess all the four criteria of Mathematics –

Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding

Criterion B: Investigating Patterns

Criterion C: Communicating

Criterion D: Applying Mathematics in real-life contexts

Highest Achievement level: 32

[Important notice]

– Calculators will not be allowed.

– Entire paper is to be written in the space provided in the Question paper booklet. No additional supplementary will be provided. Neither any extra paper be considered as a part of your solution.

– All the instructions will be available on the cover page of the Question paper booklet. Ã‚Â Please read those instructions before attempting the paper.

– Sharing of any resources will not be allowed.

– You need to carry your own geometry box and your personal stationery.

In case of any query/concern, please feel free to approach any of the Grade- 7 Math Educator.

Thanks and Regards,

Tech Radiance | | IIT Mumbai | 4th and 5th March 2017

## Tech Radiance | | IIT Mumbai | 4th and 5th March 2017

Dear Students,
In case if you wish to go to Mumbai for the Cyber Security competition please carry your certificate code number along.
The teachers from Fountainhead will NOT accompany you to Mumbai. Your group can be volunteered by any of the group members parents. Students to not to travel alone to Mumbai. Please carry your school uniform as well.
The expenses for travel, accommodation and registration will be borne by students.
The teams qualifying for preliminary round will move further to other rounds. As mentioned your group should not have more than 5 members.
Your certificates are ready and will be givenÃ‚Â today in play time. Those who are absent can collect it from ICT staff lounge whenever you are free.
Thanks,
ICT Team
Homework – Math

## Homework – Math

• ‘Writing ratios as fractions worksheet’ is shared with you. Write answers in your math NB :- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7zkL0iSoQqnTFpMTi1sU0R6SGc

COS: Numericals Sound

## COS: Numericals Sound

Submission Date: Thu Mar 02 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Solve the worksheet in notebook
worksheet is shared on classroom
Expected Time: 45 mins

Highlights and homework – Day 4 – 27th February

## Highlights and homework – Day 4 – 27th February

PYP Exhibition Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Learners understood the use of Blobtree and they also reflected to where do they stand at the moment in their journey of PYP exhibition.

Learners understood why, what and how of the PYP Exhibition. They shared their thoughts on

• Purpose behind the exhibition Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Why (cause).
• What will be the outcome of PYPex. Visualize! Ã¢â‚¬â€œ What (result)
• What steps will be taken to realize pyp ex?What will we do or imagine ourselves doing? Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Ã‚Â How (process)

Learners also revised learner profiles through concentric circle activities. In the circle, theyÃ‚Â faced each other and shared, how will they embody that particular LP in the exhibition and continue the game – They continued for all 11 learner profiles.

Homework Ã¢â‚¬â€œ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USmit5zUGasÃ‚Â -Ã‚Â Watch this video and take notes in your math notebook.

Highlights and Homework for 27th February 2017

## Highlights and Homework for 27th February 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language: Formative assessment to check for understanding of Elements of a story was taken.

Math: Homework was discussed.

[Homework]

Language:Ã‚Â In your Language Empowering notebook complete the task-(c) given on Pg- 45 of the E.E. Reference Book.

Math: Do as directed

1. Check whether 2/5 and 14/35 are equivalent?
2. Reduce 36/84 to its simplest form.
3. Govind ate 11/12 of a pie, whereas Nitin ate 7/12 of a pie . Who ate more and by how much?
4. Find the sum: a) 5/8 + 2/8 Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â  b) 2/10 + 7/10
5. Rajvi read 2/10 of a book on Saturday and 5/10 of a book on Sunday. What fraction of book did she read during the weekend? What fraction of book is yet to be read?
6. On a winter day you drank 4/24 of a liter in the morning, 12/24 of a liter during the noon, and 8/24 of a liter in the evening. How many liters of water did you drink?
7. Riya and Siya were playing a treasure hunt game. Riya explored 3/8 of the treasure and Siya explored 4/8 of the treasure. How much treasure did they explore in all? How much treasure was left unexplored?

Challenge: Write a fraction equivalent to 3/8 with denominator 72.

UOI: Students can refer to the ‘5Ws and 1H’ graphic organizer to Ã‚Â organize their research work.

Source:Ã‚Â http://thinkingofdesign.blogspot.in/2015/07/leaning-into-efficient-designthinking.html

Highlights of the day: Feb 27

## Highlights of the day: Feb 27

Math:

Bringing down concept of division was catered in class today.

UOI:

Learners’ continued with their summative assessment.

Homework:

Math:

• Booklet Ã‚Â (everyone is hungry)
• Solve the following sums:

a) 55 / 5

b) 96 / 4

c) 72 / 3

d) 52 / 2

Highlights and Homework – 27 February, 2017

## Highlights and Homework – 27 February, 2017

Highlights:

Language: Students read and comprehended Chapter 16 from the reader Ã¢â‚¬ËœCharlotteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s WebÃ¢â‚¬â„¢.

Math:

1. Homework was discussed.
2. Students solved few word problems involving Ã¢â‚¬ËœDivision of FractionsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢.

Homework:

U.O.I:Ã‚Â  Students will choose any one product of their choice which should have the manufacturing details. Eg. moisturizing cream bottle / honey bottle / clothes price tag to bring in to class. They will have to share the same in the class as it is going to be a tuning in for their next Unit.

Math: Solve the following in your math notebook: (Copy the question)

A)Ã‚Â  A store had 4 boxes of video games. How many days would it take to sell the games if each day they sold 1/8 of a box?

B) A swimming pool is open for 16/24 hours of a day. The owner keeps one life guard on duty at a time and each life guard’s shift is 4/24 hours long. How many shifts are needed per day?

C) One-fifth of the 15 children at a party like carrots. How many children at the party like carrots?

Star of the day : Moksh (For working on his goal)

Highlights and Homework – 27th February, 2017

## Highlights and Homework – 27th February, 2017

Dear Parents,

Day 4

Highlights

Language

The students read and comprehended Chapter- 16 Off to the Fair of CharlotteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Web.

Math

The students practiced word problems of Subtraction and addition.

UOI

Introduction and understanding the term goods and services.

Homework

Maths:

Solve the following: (Can Illustrate and solve)
1) Rajvi read 2/10 of a book on Saturday and 5/10 of a book on Sunday. What fraction of book did she read during the weekend? What fraction of book is yet to be read?

2) On a winter day you drank 4/24 of a litre in the morning, 12/24 of a litre during the noon, and 8/24 of a litre in the evening. How many litres of water did you drink?

3) Riya and Siya were playing a treasure hunt game. Riya explored 3/8 of the treasure and Siya explored 4/8 of the treasure. How much treasure did they explore in all? How much treasure was left unexplored?

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

Highlight and Homework of 27th February,2017

## Highlight and Homework of 27th February,2017

Highlight

Language: The students read and comprehended Chapter- 16 Off to the Fair of CharlotteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Web.

Homework

Language: 1). Read Chapter 14- Dr. Dorian paying special attention to the dialogues between Dr. Dorian and Mrs. Arable. Recall a similar incident (at home or in school ) where you have used dialoguesÃ‚Â  and note it down in your Language Writing notebook.

2).Ã‚Â  Dictation 900 List 2

3). Skim through the Chapter- 14 and 15 and underline the pref-fixes.