Engaging Minds Creatively is our holistic approach for development and application of social-emotional learning skills for strong foundation, stability, and continual growth.

We offer learning which supports creativity, problem solving, grasping new concepts, and applying them in daily life. With a blend of formal and informal learning we provide an environment that supports students’ natural curiosity, overcoming anxiety, to build confidence and develop critical thinking skills.

**Our programs are highly interactive and designed for students globally.**

**Overall Expectations**

- Build relations and communicate effectively
- Respect others and develop self-esteem
- Maintain positive motivation and perseverance
- Think critically and creatively with logical reasoning
- Apply mathematical skills in relating things around

**NUMBERS:** Integers and Rational Numbers

- Introduction to Scientific Notation to represent vey large or very small numbers
- Apply the laws of exponents to provide mental calculations with big numbers
- Work on problems relating stars and planets
- Use concepts of LCM and GCF in solving problems
- Apply concepts of prime factorization to find the perfect squares
- Apply divisibility rule to relate numbers
- Understand Pythagorean Triples and solve right triangles
- Use properties of order of operations to simplify expressions involving decimal, fractions and exponents
- Estimate solutions by rounding and skills learned

**ALGEBRA:** Concept of variables and their applications

- Provide explicit rule and predict terms for various linear and non-linear patters
- Demonstrate an understanding of variables, expressions, equations and inequalities, and apply this understanding in solving real life situations
- Model situations and apply skills learned to find strategic solutions for Distance-Speed-Time, Age, and Mixture related Word Problems
- Demonstrate skills to apply Unitary Method for rate problems
- UMCL approach for problem solving is an effective technique to practice at this level

**DATA:** Manage, analyse, and use data to communicate effectively

- Understand various sampling techniques and concept of bias
- Organise raw data to represent in different graphical forms and interpret logically
- Create infographics about a data set, representing the data in appropriate way, including table, line graph, circle graph and bar graph to explain the scenario.
- Extrapolate and interpolate information from the given data set
- Understand the impact of adding or removing data from data set on measure of centra tendency, and describe how these changes alter the shape and distribution of the presentation.
- Research and collect data to present the understanding of the concepts learned.

**PROBABILITY:** Chance of Events and Outcome

- Describe difference between independent and dependent events giving example
- Analyse theoretical and experimental probability of independent events
- Make predictions based of probability one or more events
- Describe likelihood of the event and use that information to make prediction

**SPATIAL SENSE: **GEOMETRIC REASONING

- Describe and classify cylinders, cone, prism, pyramids, according to their geometrical properties.
- Construction of angles, parallel/perpendicular lines, triangles and quadrilaterals
- Drawing Front, Side and Top View of Three dimensional objects

**SPATIAL SENSE:** LOCATION and MOVEMENT

- Perform dilation and describe similarity between the object and image
- Perform Translations, Reflection, and Rotation in Cartesian Plane

**SPATIAL SENSE: **MEASUREMENTS

- Describe the difference and similarity between volume and capacity
- Convert the volume units and solve problems
- Compare angles and solve related problems
- Area and Perimeter of two-dimensional composite shapes
- Calculate surface area of objects by drawing nets

**FINANCIAL LITERACY:** Appreciate value of money and apply mathematical concepts to think critically about it

- Identify and compare exchange rates and convert foreign currencies
- Work with percent change, discount, profit word problems
- Understand power of saving by calculating interest earned
- Apply the concept of percent and ratio to solve economy-based problems
- Explain how the change in interest rate can affect the savings or loans in our normal life.

**PROJECT & ASSIGNMENT: **Apply skills acquired to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving

- Optimization of material cost and use concept of nets to find surface area
- Create, track, and adjust sample budgets designed to meet long-term goals
- Research on topic of interest and present information showing the application of skills learned

**OBJECTIVE**

Engage students build a foundation in Maths to be future ready and successful.

**PRERQUISITE**

- Understand order of operations and working with fractions
- Take a Quiz LINK: MIDLE SCHOOL TEST

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