Grade 7_Mathematics_Final Term Assessment Syllabus and Details_April 2019

Grade 7_Mathematics_Final Term Assessment Syllabus and Details_April 2019

Dear Students and Parents,

Please find the final term assessment syllabus and details below:

Grade 7 Criterion-wise units
Criteria Units to be assessed
Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding

Unit 1 – World of Numbers

Unit 2 – Journey into the unknown

Unit 3 – How do we measure up?

Unit 4 – How can data help us to save the world?

Unit 5 – Get to the point

Criterion B: Investigating patterns

Unit 2 – Journey into the unknown

Unit 5 – Get to the point

Criterion C: Communicating

Unit 2 – Journey into the unknown

Unit 4 – How can data help us to save the world?  

Criterion D: Applying mathematics in the real-life contexts

Unit 1 – World of Numbers

Unit 2 – Journey into the unknown

Unit 3 – How do we measure up?

Unit 4 – How can data help us to save the world?

Unit 5 – Get to the point

 

Unit wise topic list:

Unit 1: World of numbers

  1. Number System
  2. Factors and Multiples
  3. Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple
  4. Prime Factorization Method
  5. Operation with Integers
  6. BEDMAS rule
  7. Squares and square roots
  8. Cube and cube roots
  9. Ratio and Percentage
  10. Prime and Composite numbers

Unit 2: Journey into the unknown

  1. Understanding Algebraic Expressions
  2. Keywords in Algebra
  3. Constructing expressions
  4. Like and Unlike terms
  5. Simplifying expressions
  6. Understanding equations
  7. Solving equations
  8. Constructing and solving equations
  9. Substitution into an expression and Formula
  10. Story writing (expression and equation)
  11. Expanding and factoring.
  12. Identifying algebraic patterns and extending them, creating general rule


Unit 3: How do we measure Up?

  1. Lines and Angle Properties (Angle Pairs of Parallel lines) and Basic Terminologies
    • 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
  2. Triangles (Classification, Angles, Properties)
  3. Area and circumference of circles
  4. Quadrilaterals (Classification, Angles, Properties)
    • Area and Perimeter of Square, Rectangle, Trapezium, Parallelogram and Composite figures
    • Volume and surface area – Cube, Cuboid
    • A relation between volume and capacity

Unit 4: How can data help us to save the world?

  1. Process of Statistics
  2. Types of data
    • Primary and Secondary
    • Numerical and Categorical
    • Uni-variate and Bivariate
    • Discrete and Continuous
  3. Different representations:
    • Bar graph
    • Histogram
    • Pie Chart
    • Pictograph
    • Line Graph
    • Stem and Leaf
    • Box and Whisker plot
    • Scatter plot including positive correlation, negative correlation and zero correlation.
  4. Outliers
  5. Measures of Central Tendency
    • Mean
    • Median
    • Mode
  6. Measures of Dispersion
    • Range
    • Interquartile Range

 

Unit 5: Get to the point

  1. Graphing the line when the equation is given
  2. Equation of horizontal and vertical lines
  3. Equation of line(slope-intercept form)
  4. The concept of slope(with formula)
  5. The concept of Intercept
  6. Pythagoras Theorem
  7. Distance formula
  8. Midpoint formula

 

Assessment Details:

  • Paper will consist of short, medium and long response questions.
  • The assessment will be a pen and paper assessment to assess Criteria A, B, C & D – 120 minutes.
  • Questions will be asked based on the Criteria of individual unit assessed during Summative Assessments. Eg: If a Unit-X has catered to learning objective A-strand (i), (ii) and objective C-strand (i) only, then the questions from this unit will only be asked in Criteria A and C.
  • All the resources shared on Curricle (subject resource sheet and central presentation), Google Classroom, reference book exercises as well as the worksheets provided (online or in hard copy) will be considered as part of the syllabus and will be sufficient to prepare for the assessment.

Important notes for the pen and paper assessment:

  • Calculators will not be allowed.
  • The entire paper is to be written in the space provided in the question paper booklet. Neither additional supplementary will be provided nor any extra paper will be considered as a part of your solution.
  • All the instructions will be available on the cover page of the question paper booklet. Please read these instructions before attempting the paper.
  • Sharing of any resource will not be allowed.
  • You need to carry your personal stationery.

In case of any query/concern, please feel free to approach any of the Grade – 7 Mathematics educator.

Thanks and regards,

Grade 7 Mathematics team.

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