Month: September 2015

International Measurement System

GENERAL OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT IN GRADES A SELECTION. SECOND GRADE: Solve simple arithmetic problems separate compounds with lots of limiting magnitudes 100. FOURTH GRADE: Solving arithmetic problems compounds, troubleshooting techniques and mastery of magnitude calculation quantities .. SIXTH GRADE: Mastering the basic units of the International Measurement System and the fundamental skills: estimate, measure, convert and calculate data magnitudes. GEOMETRY The geometry content domain extends far beyond the identification of geometric shapes, the students should be able to analyze the properties and characteristics of a variety of geometric shapes, including lines, angles and shapes of two and three dimensions and to explain based on geometric relationships.

The focus should be to the geometric properties and relationships. The geometry content area includes an understanding of the representation of coordinates and use of spatial visualization skills to move between two and three dimensional forms and representations. The school should be able to use symmetry and apply transformation to analyze mathematical situations. The spatial sense is a component of the study and evaluation of geometry. The range extends from cognitive make drawings and construction to mathematical reasoning about combinations of shapes and transformations. They were asked to describe, visualize, draw and build diversity of geometric shapes, including angles, lines, triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons. The students should be able to combine, decompose and analyze compound shapes, recognizing symmetry, draw lines and symmetrical figures. They need to know to determine the effects of the changes. In the second cycle, the students must understand and being able to describe rotations, translations and reflections in mathematical terms (eg, center, direction and angle).