## Grade 7_Mathematics Unit Test_04/04/2017_Important Note

Dear Students,

The MathematicsÃ‚Â Unit TestÃ‚Â on April 04, 2017 will be an on-line assessment.

Students are supposed to carry their fully charged Chrome-Book and reach the allocated venues sharp at 04:10 p.m.

Students will carry their bags to the venue and leave for the bus after the test from the venue directly.

The venues are -:

 Section Roll numbers Venue Acuity 1-19 Pulse Cognizance 1-19 Hippodrome Envisage 1-19 Senior Library Idea 1-18 Y box Insight 1-19 X box Perspicacity 1-10 Room No. 321 Perspicacity 11-20 Room No. 326 Vision 1-9 Room No. 324 Vision 10-18 Room No. 327

Regards,

MYP MathÃ‚Â Teachers

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (27th March to 31st March 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (27th March to 31st March 2017)

Dear Parents,

Here’s what we did this week:

1. We started with a new topic Ã¢â‚¬ËœTrianglesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. Students learnt about classification of Triangles.
2. Further students made two different triangles and measured each angle of a triangle and did sum of all the angles of a triangle. Through this experiment, they understood that angles in a triangle always add up to 180 degrees.Ã‚Â
3. Then students learnt Ã¢â‚¬ËœExterior angle of a triangleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. It was explained through hypothetical values. They understood that exterior angle of a triangle equals to the sum of the opposite two interior angles of a triangle.
4. This week they got two days to prepare for their annual performance.
5. Weekend H.W. has been given.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th March 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th March 2017)

Dear Parents,

Here’s what we did this week:

1. Students learned about different angles formed in parallel lines when cut by a transversal (Corresponding angles, alternate angles, co-interior angles, supplementary angles, Vertically opposite angles). They could also build a relationship between these angles. For this they did an activity, where they drew a pair of parallel lines and a transversal cutting these lines. They measured each angle and then it became easier for them to relate different pair of angles.
2. They learnt about different mathematical terminologies used in the lines and angles.
3. Students did sums from worksheet.
4. This week they also got some slots to prepare for their coming annual performance.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (14th to 17th March 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (14th to 17th March 2017)

Dear Parents,

HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s what we did this week:

1. Students were explained terminologies of Lines & Angles along with Angles on a straight line, Angles around a point, Supplementary angles, Complementary angles, Adjacent angles, Linear Pair of angles.Ã‚Â
2. Students did some exercise sums in the class. Doubts were catered and made clear to them.
3. Weekend H.W. has been given.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (6th to 10th March 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (6th to 10th March 2017)

Dear Parents,

HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s what we did this week:

1. Students were explained terminologies of Lines and Angles. Doubts were catered and made clear to them.
2. Summative assessment of Unit 6: Journey into the unknown (Expressions, Equations and Formulae) was conducted.
3. Weekend H.W. has been given.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (27th to 3rd March 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (27th to 3rd March 2017)

Dear Parents,

HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s what we did this week:

1. Students did crime scene investigation worksheet on expression and equation. They did peer assessment of the same.
2. Students were explained how to write an expression and equation from a short situation based story and vice-versa.
3. Summative Assessments of Unit 6: Journey into the unknown were conducted.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (27th to 3rd March 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (27th to 3rd March 2017)

Dear Parents,

HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s what we did this week:

1. Students did crime scene investigation worksheet on expression and equation. They did peer assessment of the same.
2. Students were explained how to write an expression and equation from a short situation based story and vice-versa.
3. Summative Assessments of Unit 6: Journey into the unknown were conducted.
4. Students were tuned in for the next unit wherein one art piece was given to them and they were asked to draw the same on a paper using geometry box. They did peer assessment of the same.

Thanks and Regards,

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,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th February 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th February 2017)

Dear Parents,

Here’s what we did:

1. We started new topic Ã¢â‚¬ËœPatternsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. Students learned how to investigate patterns. By investigating patterns, they were able to construct an equation and solve. Students did exercise sums in the class. Doubts were catered and made clear to them.
2. Students played Kahoot on Expressions and Equations.
3. Students did real life data sums related to the Global Context.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th February 2017)

## Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th February 2017)

Dear Parents,

Here’s what we did:

1. We started new topic Ã¢â‚¬ËœPatternsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. Students learned how to investigate patterns. By investigating patterns, they were able to construct an equation and solve. Students did exercise sums in the class. Doubts were catered and made clear to them.
2. Students played Kahoot on Expressions and Equations.
3. Students did real life data sums related to the Global Context.
4. Unit test papers of Journey into the unknown has been handed over to students. Doubts of the paper were made clear to them.

Thanks and Regards,