Students at this level are moving towards more abstract concepts from concrete concepts. The CBSE Board syllabi focus more on real-life scenarios. Real-life scenarios allow students to deduct and use logic to find solutions. Students recognise the notion of proof and begin to understand why giving proof is important.
At each level, CBSE build their syllabi around academic goals. The students progress at every level as they grow. Each level’s syllabus focuses on building specific abilities. For Grades 7 & 8 Maths, the syllabus focuses on building the students’ ability to use logic. They go about this by creating scenarios that promote using prior knowledge. At the course end, students should be able to use prior knowledge. Their ability to use logic develops. They use logic to follow steps in any given problem. The syllabi promote moving away from memorising facts. Instead, teachers encourage students to call upon mastered topics that resemble current problems. Finding old patterns with prior knowledge helps students remember past concepts. Prior knowledge acts as a stepping stone for the new concepts.
The benefit of studying Grades 7 & 8 Maths with us, is that all our courses are synchronous. If students have trouble remembering old concepts, they can immediately ask their teachers. These refreshers can clear doubts immediately. Our approach ensures that students don’t move forward until they understand. In Grades 7 & 8 Maths, teachers seek to promote logic through collaborative learning.