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‘Grade 11_Mathematical_Studies_SL_Final_Examination_Details.’

‘Grade 11_Mathematical_Studies_SL_Final_Examination_Details.’

Dear Learners:

Find below the curriculum for the Final term  Assessment April 2017 :

Unit1 : Number and  Algebra.

Unit2: Descriptive Statistics

Unit 3: Logic, Set and Probability

Unit 4: Statistical Application

Unit 5: Geometry and Trigonometry

Find below the details and requirements of Paper 1 and Paper 2.

Paper 1:

1)Learners are permissible to access GDC in this Paper.

2)There will be 15 questions each of 6 marks in Paper 1 totalling to  90 Marks.

3)All questions of  Paper 1 will contain short response based questions and representation of answers needs to done in the question paper itself.

 

Paper 2:

1) Learners are permissible to access GDC in this Paper.

2)There will  be 6 long comprehensive questions sum totalling to  90 Marks.

3) Separate answer sheets will be provided to jot down the answers.

4) Graph papers will be provided if required.

5) Formula booklet will be provided along with the Question Paper.

Regards,

Ranjeet Dutta
Jaykumar Barot

Grade 9_International Mathematics_CORE_FINAL TERM Syllabus_2016-17

Grade 9_International Mathematics_CORE_FINAL TERM Syllabus_2016-17

Dear Parents and students,

Please find below final term syllabus and some essential points related to Grade 9.
  1. Set theory
  2. Surds
  3. Direct and Inverse variation
  4. Quadratic equation
  5. Inequalities
  6. Recapitulation of number includes
  • Number Types
  • Approximations and estimations
  • Fractions, decimals and percentages
  • Ratio and proportion
  • Operations and brackets
  • Number Equivalents
  • Percentages
  • Simple Interest and Compound interest
  • Rounding Numbers
  • Time
  • Powers and roots (Exponents)
  • Profit and loss

7. Recapitulation of Algebra 1 includes

  • Difference of two squares
  • Equations containing brackets and fractions
  • Formulae and expressions
  • Substituting in expressions
  • Brackets and simplifying
  • Evaluating Expressions
  • Linear equations
  • Forming Equations
  • Equations involving fractions
  • Problems solved by linear equations
  • Factorizing
  • Algebraic Fractions.
8. Sequences
9. Coordinate Geometry
10. Circle Theorem
11. Trigonometry and bearings
12. Mensuration
13. Speed, distance and time
14. Similarity
15. Simultaneous Equations (Substitution and Elimination method)
16. Pythagoras Theorem.

Apart form your textbook, all other work booklets or soft copies shared will be considered as a part of your syllabus.

Note

There will be three papers in International Mathematics – Core exam:

1. Paper 1 – 45 minutes – 40 marks

Compulsory short response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Use of GDC is not permitted.

2. Paper 3 – 1 hour 45 minutes – 96 marks

Compulsory medium to extended response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Use of GDC is allowed in Paper 3.

3. Paper 5 – 1 hour – 24 marks
Paper 5 will include one investigation question.
Use of GDC is allowed in Paper 5.

[Important notice]

All the instructions will be available on the cover page of the question booklet.
Entire paper is to be written in the space provided in question booklet. No additional graphs or supplementary is provided.
Formula list will be provided in the question paper for paper 1 and 3.
All the resources needs to be carried by you, sharing of which will not be allowed.

In case of any query or concern, please feel free to approach me.

Thanks and Regards,

Ankita Nandwani.

Grade 9_International Mathematics – Extended_Final term Syllabus_28/03/2017

Grade 9_International Mathematics – Extended_Final term Syllabus_28/03/2017

Dear Parents and students,

Please find below final term syllabus and some essential points related to Grade 9.
  1. Set theory
  2. Surds
  3. Direct and Inverse variation
  4. Quadratic equation
  5. Inequalities
  6. Recapitulation of number includes
  • Vocabulary for sets of numbers
  • Percentages
  • Estimations and rounding
  • Standard form
  • Speed, distance and Time
  • Ratio and proportion

7.  Recapitulation of Algebra includes

  • Algebraic representation and manipulation
  • Further algebraic representation and manipulation
  • Linear and Simultaneous equations
  • Laws of Indices
  • Formulae and expressions
  • Substituting in expressions
8. Sequences
9. Coordinate Geometry
10. Circle Theorem
11. Trigonometry and bearings
12. Mensuration
13. Similarity

Apart form your textbook, all other work booklets or soft copies shared on google classroom or other wise will be considered as a part of your syllabus.

Note

There will be three papers in International Mathematics – Extended exam :

1. Paper 2 – 45 minutes – 40 marks – 20% weightage
Compulsory short response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Use of GDC is not permitted.
2. Paper 4 – 2 hour 15 minutes – 100 marks – 60% weightage
Compulsory medium to extended response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Use of GDC is allowed in Paper 4.
3. Paper 6 – 1 hour 30 minutes – 40 marks – 20% weightage
One investigation and one modelling question.
Use of GDC is allowed in Paper 6.
[Important notice]
  • All the instructions will be available on the cover page of the question booklet.
  • Entire paper is to be written in the space provided in question booklet. No additional graphs or supplementary is provided.
  • Formula list will be provided in the question paper for paper 2 and 4.
  • All the resources needs to be carried by you. Sharing of which will not be allowed.
  • Graphs will be provided to you in the paper itself

In case of any query or concern, please feel free to approach any of the Grade- 9 Math educator.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 9 Math team

Grade 8_Mathematics_Syllabus of FINAL TERM_2016-17

Grade 8_Mathematics_Syllabus of FINAL TERM_2016-17

Dear Parents and Students,

Please find below the SECOND Term Syllabus of Math and exam related details.

Topics included :

  1. Speed : It includes speed, distance, time, conversions and travel graph.
  2. Vocabulary for sets of Numbers : It includes Number system and the concept of Absolute values.
  3. Approximation and rounding : It includes rounding of numbers to specified places, significant figures, appropriate accuracy and estimating answers to calculations.
  4. Percentages : It includes conversion of fractions, decimals and percentages into other forms, simple percentages, calculating a percentage of a quantity, expressing one quantity as a percentage of another, percentage increase and decrease, simple interest, compound interest, reverse percentages, profit and loss, marked price and discount.
  5. Algebraic representation and manipulation : It includes expanding brackets, simple factorising, substitution and rearranging formulae.
  6. Further algebraic representation and manipulation : It includes expansion of two factors, factorisation by grouping, Identities, factorising quadratic expressions and rearranging complex formulae.
  7. Laws of Indices : It includes positive indices, negative indices and zero index including all the rules and simplification of indices.
  8. Algebraic fractions : It includes simplifying algebraic fractions and addition and subtraction of algebraic fractions.
  9. Linear And Simultaneous equations: It includes Solving and constructing simple linear equations, Constructing Formula, Simultaneous Equations-by Elimination and Substitution method, Constructing more complex equations, Solving Quadratic Equations by Factorising and using identities.
  10. Pythagoras Theorem. It includes Pythagorean Triplets.
  11. Surds: It includes simplification of Surds, Rationalizing Fractions with Surds in the denominator.
  12. Mensuration: It includes area and perimeter of 2D shapes, Circumference and area of circle, Arc length and area of sector, Area and volume of 3D shapes-Cube, Cuboid, and Cylinder.
  13. Statistics: It includes basic graphs and charts-Line graph,Frequency histogram, Pie charts,Compound bar chart, Constructing grouped frequency table, Discrete and continuous data, Stem and leaf plots, Back to back diagrams, Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Quartile and interquartile range of given data,  , Constructing Cumulative Frequency.
  14. Direct and Inverse Variations.

Apart from your textbook, All the work done in the class and  all the worksheets shared on google classroom will be considered as a part of your syllabus.

Note

There will be three separate question papers in Math exam, the details of which is as follows:

  1. Paper 2 – 30 minutes – 20 marks.

Compulsory short response questions based on the syllabus mentioned. (There would not be any option in the question paper).

Use of calculator is not permitted.

 

  1. Paper 4 – 1 hour 30 minutes – 60 marks

Compulsory medium to extended response questions based on the syllabus mentioned. (There would not be any option in the question paper).

Use of calculator is not permitted.

 

  1. Paper 6 – 1 hour – 20 marks

One investigation question.

Use of calculator is not permitted.

[Important notice]

  • All the instructions will be available on the cover page/first page of the question booklet.
  • Entire paper is to be written in the space provided in question booklet. No additional/extra graphs or supplementary will be provided.
  • All the resources needs to be carried by you, sharing of which will not be allowed.
  • Graph paper is not supposed to be brought by you.

In case of any query or concern, please feel free to approach any of the Grade- 8 Math Teachers.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 8 Math team.

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (28/02/2017)

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (28/02/2017)

Highlights:

Math:
Students have practiced multiplication word problems in the note books using Area Model and teacher role modeled the format of writing statements and answer at the end.

Language: 

  1. Summative assessment on types of sentences was conducted today.
  2. The students read a short story “A Forest Picnic” and framed questions using 5Ws and 1H strategy along with the teacher. They also framed few questions on their own in their language note books.

L.D: Week 16, day 4 was discussed in class.

Homework:

Math: to be done in Math note book.

Solve the given sums by writing proper statements and find the product using Area Model.

1. An octopus has 8 legs. Krish counted 5 octopuses in the tank. How many legs does the octopuses have in all?

2. There are 7 markers in a tumbler. So how many markers will be there in 3 such tumblers?

3. There are 5 petals in one flower and there are 6 flowers on a plant. So how many petals are there altogether?

Kindly make students learn and revise tables till 10.

Regards,

Sagarkanya.

Highlights and Homework of 28th February,2017

Highlights and Homework of 28th February,2017

Highlights

U.O.I: Discussion was taken up on the products brought by the students in relevance to the new unit.

Language: Students were introduced to narrative writing and its characteristics through a read aloud of the personal narrative piece ‘My summer’.

Homework

U.O.I: Students need to answer the following questions in their U.O.I notebook:

Q:1 What do you think the activity was about ?

Q:2 What do I want to know?

Q:3 What am I wondering and what questions do I have?

 

Grade 11 | ITGS | Syllabus and Paper Style

Grade 11 | ITGS | Syllabus and Paper Style

Dear Students,

Below are the portion and paper style for ITGS Term 2.

Portion:

  1. Hardware
  2. Software
  3. Database
  4. Business and Employment
  5. Education
  6. Environment
  7. Health
  8. Home and Leisure
  9. Politics and Government
  10. IT System in Organization (HL)

Paper Style: HL

Paper 1 – 60 Marks – 2 hours 15 mins

  1. Section A – Attempt 2 out of 3
  2. Section B – Attempt 1 out of 2

Paper 2 – 26 Marks – 1 hour 15 mins

Thanks,

Mayur