Grade 9_Mathematics_Important_First Term Assessment Syllabus_October 2018

## Grade 9_Mathematics_Important_First Term Assessment Syllabus_October 2018

Dear Students and Parents,

Please find the first term assessment syllabus and details below:

 Grade 9 Criteria-wise units Criteria Units to be assessed Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding Unit 1 – How many forms has a quadratic? Unit 2 – What are chances? Unit 3 – Mathematically speaking Criterion B: Investigating patterns Unit 2 –  What are chances? Criterion C: Communicating Unit 2 – What are chances? Unit 3 – Mathematically speaking Criterion D: Applying mathematics in the real-life contexts Unit 2 – What are chances? Unit 3 – Mathematically speaking

Unit wise topic list:

Unit 1 – How many forms has a quadratic?

• Different methods of solving Quadratic Equation
• Key features of Quadratic Function
• Different forms of Quadratic Function
• Finding equations from a graph.
• Finding equations from given points

Unit 2 – What are chances?

• Probability scale
• Sample space and
• Theoretical probability
• Practical probability
• Conditional Probability
• Fundamental counting principle – AND, OR and Complement.
• Different types of events – Independent and dependent events, Mutually exclusive events, Complementary events
• Expectations
• Relative frequency

Unit 3 – Mathematically speaking

• Sets.
• Different representation of sets.
• Set operations.
• Venn Diagrams, its operations and shading.
• Algebra of sets.
• Complex real life problems using sets.

Assessment Details:

• Paper will consist of short, medium and long response questions.
• The assessment will be divided into 2 components

(i) Component 1: On-Screen assessment to assess Criteria A & B – 60 minutes (Duration will be 90 minutes- to                                        cater to any technical issues that may arise)

(ii) Component 2: Pen and Paper assessment to assess Criteria C & D – 60 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 B-strand (i) only, then the questions from this unit will only be asked in Criteria A and B.
• All the resources shared on Curricle (subject resource sheet and Central presentations), Google Classroom as well as the worksheets provided (online or in hard copy) will be considered as a part of the syllabus and will be sufficient to prepare for the assessment.

Important notes for component 1 (on-screen assessment):

• Fully charged Chromebook will be required for component 1 paper along with your personal stationery and earphones. In case your Chromebook is given for repair, bring a receipt for the same.
• Rough papers will be given if needed for rough work. These will not be taken as submissions.

Important notes for component 2 (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 – 9 Mathematics educator.

Thanks and regards,

## Grade 9_Final Term Syllabus_International Mathematics_Extended

Dear Parents and students,

Please find below the final term syllabus and some essential points related to Grade 9 IM Extended.

1. Set theory
3. Linear Inequalities
4. Sequences
5. Coordinate Geometry
6. Circle Theorem
7. Trigonometry and Bearings including Trigonometry in three dimensions
8. Mensuration
9. Similarity
10. Scientific Notation/Standard Form
11. Laws of Indices including Fractional Indices

Apart from Grade 9 syllabus, you will be assessed on the following topics from grade 8.

12. Recapitulation of number includes

• Arithmetic
• Approximations, rounding and estimations
• Fractions, decimals and percentages
• Ratio and proportion
• Percentages including profit and loss
• Compound interest and Simple interest
• Speed, distance and time
• Surds
1. Recapitulation of Algebra 1 includes
• Formulae and expressions
• Substituting in expressions
• Brackets and simplifying
• Linear equations
• Equations involving fractions
• Problems solved by linear equations
• Factorizing
• Changing the subject of the formula
• Fractional indices
• Simultaneous Equations
• Direct and inverse variation
• Angle properties
• Pythagoras’ Theorem

Apart from your textbook, all other work booklets or soft copies shared on google classroom or otherwise 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.

1. 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.

1. 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.
• Formulae 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,

Math Trivia_2018!!!

## Math Trivia_2018!!!

Dear All,

This post is to announce the most awaited inter-house event of  Mathematics  which is held every year for Grade 7, Grade 8 and Grade 9. Math Trivia is an event held to testify learners’ knowledge in Mathematics.

Kindly find the details for the event below.

• It is an Inter-House event.
• All the students will take part in the Selection Round which will be held on March 06, 2018 – Day 4 (HRM slot) in your respective classes.
• Four best scoring students of round 1 from each grade of each house will represent their house during the Final Round, to be held on March 19, 2018.
• Selection round will have a Multiple Choice Question based paper quiz.
• Responses to the questions are to be marked in the OMR sheet that will be given separately to each learner.
• The questions will be of Mathematics and will be of appropriate age level, they might be of curriculum or beyond the curriculum.

Regards,

Mathematics Team.

Dear students,

The schedule for class photo for the academic year 2017-18:

Day and Date:- Thursday, 8th Feb – Day 6

venue :- Amphitheatre

Time:- 2:35 – 2:50 pm

You all are requested to be present on that day and dress up in proper uniform(Full pants).

Kindly reach the venue on time.

Thanks and Regards,

Dear students,

Food list for Business Fair: 14th and 15th September 2017

Things Never  allowed Things allowed
• Any type of biscuits
• Chocolates, Nutella
• Packed wafers/ Chips like Ruffles, Uncle Chips, Kurkure, etc.
• Chocos & variations
• All sorts of pastries, cakes with any cream (chocolate, vanilla flavor etc.
• Aerated Drinks (Coca Cola, Pepsi, Mirinda, Tang, Orange juice or any packaged fruit juice etc.)
• Maggi (regular or atta noodles)
• Eggs & non-vegetarian food (as per school policy)
• Chocolate / Vanila Khakhra
• Whipped cream – As a topping/dressing
• Hershey’s syrup – As a topping/dressing
• Homemade fried items such as French Fries, Chips, pakoras etc.
• Tomato Ketchup, Jam
• Nachos
• Homemade chaat items such as papdi chaat, panipuri, sev puri, bhel puri.
• Smileys, Caramel popcorn
• Sev, Bhujiya, Gathiya
• Dry snacks such as chevda, mamra, khakra, popcorn
• Roti items:
• Roti/ Thepla/ Stuffed Paratha/ Koki/ Paneer Kathi Roll or Wraps made of whole wheat/ Thalipeeth/ Genuine whole wheat Bread/ Puri Bhaaji
• Rice items: Pulao, Khichdi, Biryani, Dal Chawal, Curd rice, Bisi Bele Bhaat, Fried Rice
• ### Poha, Upma, Handvo, Idadaa, Khaman-Dhokla, mathri, chakri, Patra, Khakhra, Sprouts, Cutlets, Fruits, Dry Fruits, Muesli, Oatmeal, Cereal (not chocos) Curd and Milk (no dry cereal), Chilla (besan, moongdal), Mamra, Salad, Idli, Dosa, Uttapam, Chana-Sing daana (peanuts), Popcorn, Makhana, Sabudana Khichdi, all kinds of chutney; pickles, chunda,

• Milkshakes (non chocolate), Nimbu pani, Aamras, Iced tea, Coffee (hot/cold), Cold Cocoa
• Chocolate cakes and muffins made of cocoa powder without chocolate chips (everything without icing/ frosting)
• Marble cake, Waffles, Doughnuts (without any icing/ frosting),Cocoa powder, Homemade chocolate sauce.
• Hershey’s Syrup – Inside shake or cake
• Cream – Inside the shake or cake

Grade 9_International Mathematics(core & extended)_syllabus for the FIRST TERM_2017-18

## Grade 9_International Mathematics(core & extended)_syllabus for the FIRST TERM_2017-18

Dear Parents and students,

Please take a note of the following IM syllabus for the first term 2017-18:

Topics Included

1. Set theory
2. Sequences
4. Coordinate Geometry
5. Linear Inequalities
6. Scientific notation
7. Laws of indices
8. Recapitulation of Numbers include :
• Classification of numbers
• Percentages(Simple, percentage of a quantity, expressing one quantity as a percentage of another, percentage increase and decrease)
• Simple Interest
• Compound Interest
• Reverse percentages
• Approximation and rounding
• Signifiant figures
• Estimating numbers
• Speed, distance and time
• Surds
9. Recapitulation of Algebra :
• Expanding Brackets
• Simple factorizing
• Substitution
• Rearranging formula
• Further expansion
• Further factorization(all methods given in the textbook)
• Rearranging complex formulae
• Algebraic fractions and its operations
• Simple linear equations
• Constructing simple equations
• Simultaneous equation
• Constructing more complex equation
• Direct and inverse variations

1. 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.

2. Recapitulation of Numbers and Algebra will not be taught as this covers basics which you have already done in Grade 8.

Please feel free to approach any math educator in case you face any difficulty.

[Note]

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

1. Paper 2 – 30 minutes – 20 marks
Compulsory short response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Use of GDC is not permitted.
2. Paper 4 – 1 hour 30 minutes – 60 marks
Compulsory medium to extended response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Use of GDC is allowed in Paper 4.
3. Paper 6 – 1 hour – 20 marks

One investigation 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. Please read those instructions before attempting the paper.
• 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.

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

Thanks and Regards,

## Grade 8_Mathematics_Zest,Verve_Highlights of the week_31/03/2017

Dear Parents,

Greetings!

Here are the highlights of the work done this week-

Students started with revision for the final term and they are completing final revision worksheets uploaded in google classroom. Revision of few topics – Percentages, Interest, Profit and loss was done in the class. Students solved their doubts in various topics and continued with the revision sums.

Have a happy weekend.

Regards,

Ankita Nandwani.

Grade 8_Zest,Verve_Mathematics_Highlights of the Week_24th March, 2017

## Grade 8_Zest,Verve_Mathematics_Highlights of the Week_24th March, 2017

Dear Parents,
Here are the highlights of the work done in this week:

1. Since there is still a month left for term exams we decided to continueÃ‚Â with Mensuration. We covered Prism, difference between prism and pyramid, and Cone.
2. We looked into how to calculate the surface area and volume of various prism. Based on it Ã‚Â we completed exercise 6.11 and 6.12.
3. Later we looked into volume, curved surface area and total surface area of Cone and completed Ex 6.18, 6.19 and 6.21.

Have a nice weekend!!!

Regards,

Ankita Nandwani.

Dear Parents,
Here are the highlights of the work done in this week:

1. This week we have started with the new unit of Ã¢â‚¬Å“Direct and Inverse VariationsÃ¢â‚¬Â. We understood the concept with the already known concept of speed, distance and time and other few examples from real life and started doing questions from Ex 2.45, 2.46 and 2.47
2. Weekend H.W was discussed in the class since students had doubts in many questions.
3. A revision worksheet was given to students which has mix questions from all the units.
4. worksheet on algebra Unit has also been uploaded in the google classroom for their revision.

Have a nice weekend!!!

Regards,

Ankita Nandwani.

## Grade 8_Verve,Zest_Mathematics_Highlights of the week_10/03/2017

Dear Parents,
Here are the highlights of the work done in this week:

We continued with the unit of Mensuration and understood the concept ofÃ‚Â surface area and volume of cube, cuboid and cylinder.
To understand these further we did the questions from Ex 6.9, 6.10,6.11 and 6.12 in the class.
Papers were distributed to the students of unit test conducted in the last cycle.

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Have a nice weekend.

Regards,

Ankita Nandwani