The learning of Mathematics enhances the child’s resources to think and reason, to visualise and handle abstractions, to formulate and solve problems. These can be achieved by teaching relevant content in Mathematics through child’s experience. Teacher’s has to relate mathematical concepts with some other subjects. The two concerns of the Mathematics curriculum are:
- What can mathematics education do and how it engages the mind of every student?
- How it strengthens the student’s resources?
The curriculum revision and mathematics textbooks should aim to address these two issues.
There is a need to make some connections between Mathematics and other subjects of study. When children learn a few concepts like how to draw graphs, they should also be encouraged to think of functional relationships in the sciences. Our children need to appreciate the fact that Mathematics is an effective tool in the study of science,and they have to understand the Strong interlinks between maths and other areas.
Karnataka Board has formulated some basic concepts in mathematics for class 7. Here as follows:
|KSEEB Class 7 Maths Part 1|
|Chapter 1 : Integers|
|Chapter 2: Fractions and Decimals|
|Chapter 3: Data Handling|
|Chapter 4: Simple Equations|
|Chapter 5: Lines and Angles|
|Chapter 6: The Triangle and its Properties|
|Chapter 7: Congruence of Triangles|
|KSEEB Class 7 Maths Part 2|
|Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities|
|Chapter 9 Rational Numbers|
|Chapter 10 Practical Geometry|
|Chapter 11 Perimeter and Area|
|Chapter 12 Algebraic Expressions|
|Chapter 13 Exponents and Powers|
|Chapter 14 Symmetry|
|Chapter 15 Visualising Solid Shapes|