Get yourself trained on Mathematics Grade 8 with this Online Training Mathematics Grade 8 (4 of 5) – Measurement.
Online Training Mathematics Grade 8 (4 of 5) – Measurement
Welcome to this Mathematics Grade 8 course, module 4 of 5 on Measurement.The aim of this course is for it to be taught in a 21st century mindset. The course is actually fun, it uses technology, the internet and general knowledge to better equip a student for real life applications.This course is intended for absolutely age 12-14 years old whom already has a foundation phase understanding in Mathematics. This course is also suitable for any end of middle-school to start of High School (US) or Grade 7-9 (UK) teachers who want to improve upon classroom teaching methods. This course is packed with 2+ hours of video content encouraging students to answer questions throughout the videos. There are 5 modules in total, this is module 4.1. Numbers, Operations & Relationships.2. Patterns, Functions & Algebra. 3. Space and Shape.4. Measurement.5. Data Handling.The course has been broken into 5 modules to i) allow students to only enroll in what sections they are struggling with, ii) save the parent or student cost as each module is the price of a tutoring lesson and lastly, iii) to encourage students to break goals into bite-sized chunks. There is 16+ hours of video in all five modules.This course is intended to be a resource to help students throughout the year, it can be completed slowly and referred to throughout your year of study. The course has been broken down into the following sub-sections, each containing their own set of videos:Area and Perimeter of 2D ShapesVolume and Surface Area of 3D ShapesTheorem of PythagorasEnjoy!
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