• to gain an education which promotes independent, critical and creative thinking.
• to acquire basic mathematical concepts and skills and be able to apply them in practical situations.
• to develop skills to use geometric concepts in practical situations, and to develop spatial imagination.
• to be introduced to collecting data, organizing it and, creating its representations.
• to develop the habit of observation, experimentation, independent discovery, and the obtaining of information.
1. Natural numbers
4. Decimal fractions
5. Formulas and equations
6. Elements of descriptive statistics
7. Flat figures
8. Spatial figures
- Perform the four mathematical operations on natural numbers,
fractional and decimal using a sequence of actions,
- Compare numbers
- Efficiently use of algorithms for addition, subtraction, multiplication and
divide integers and decimals way of writing,
- Use divisibility properties,
- Use knowledge of decimals in practice and
problem solving using text calculations on fractions,
- The use of approximations,
- The use of exponentiation and the calculation of the arithmetic expressions containing power,
- The use of the calculator in the performance of complex calculations,
- The use of acquired skills into practice;
- The use of language symbols,
- The use of the decimal system of writing, and Roman numbers,
- Use formulas in practical situations,
- Noting relationships using simple equations,
- Solving simple equations with one unknown.
- Recognition of shapes and angles,
- The use of the properties of geometric figures and use of these
properties to solve problems,
- The use of units of measurement: length, mass, volume and capacity
to solve practical tasks,
- Calculation of circuit and field shapes,
- Recognition and spatial drawing figures,
- Calculation of surface area and volume of the cuboid,
- Recognition of prism, pyramid, cone, cylinder and sphere,
- Identifying prisms’ perpendicular and parallel pairs of walls; and parallel, perpendicular, and oblique edges;
- Collecting and organizing data,
- Use and interpretation of data,
- Presenting data in various graphical forms;
e) Practical application of mathematics:
- Solving tasks and comparing the differential quotient,
- Problem solving type of road-velocity-time
- Efficient clock use and performing computations calendar
- Putting binomial expression into normal fractions,
- The use of the scale for reading distances with a map and plan,
- Reading information from a map, plan, table, diagram, drawing,
- Efficient use of the basic units of length, mass, field
area, volume and capacity; replacement units.