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Here are some of the educational principles that YouthTouch reinforces for students:
Grade 3 | |
Adding Angles Coordinates Critical thinking Dividing Estimating angles Estimating of more or less |
Multiplying Planes Point of origin Problem-solving Programming Robots Subtracting Visualizing Angles |
Grade 4 | |
Adding Angles Automation Circles and arcs Coordinates Dividing Estimating Flow charting Measuring Modeling |
Multiplying Pattern recognition Point of origin Planes Programming Quantification Robots Subtracting Teamwork Timing |
Grade 5 | |
Absolute value Adding and subtracting integers on a number line Air flow Area of circles Bernoulli’s Principle Boyle’s Law Circles, arcs, and cords Circumference Compound machines Computer language elements Coordinates Creating datatables Critical thinking Electromagnetic spectrum Graphing results Industrial revolution Mechanical advantage Molecular structure Optics/lenses Percentages |
Point of origin Pointillism Positive and negative integers Potential vs kinetic energy Power subsystems Predicting results Problem-solving strategies Programming Properties of gasses Radii Rate/time problems Ratios Reading gauges Set theory Simple machines Solving equations Surface tension Tolerance Volume Work Working as a team Writing equations |
Grade 6 | |
Absolute value Adding algebraically Adding and subtracting integers on a number line Area of circles Boyle’s Law Circles, arcs, and cords Compound machines Computer language elements Coordinates Creating datatables Critical thinking Electromagnetic spectrum Exponents Gears Graphing results Industrial revolution Mechanical advantage Molecular structure Optics/lenses Pascal’s Law |
Point of origin Positive and negative integers Potential vs kinetic energy Power subsystems Predicting results Problem-solving strategies Programming Properties of gasses Radii Rate/time problems Ratios Reading gauges Relative rations Simple machines Solving equations Surface tension Work Working as a team Writing equations Writing math equations X, Y, and Z axes |
Grade 7 | |
Absolute value Adding algebraically Aligning English structure to RPL Analyzing data Angles Applying science to political issues Area of a circle Area of irregular shapes Base 2 and base 8 Calculating coefficient of friction Computer language elements Cooperative learning Critical thinking | Debugging techniques Failure analysis Force vectors Fractions with exponents Mechanical drawings Modeling Pattern recognition Programming Rate and time Ratios and relative ratios Solving unknown variable Vocabulary building Writing equations from graphs Z coordinates Scenario- Satellite in space |
Grade 8 | |
Absolute value Adding algebraically Aligning English structure to RPL Analyzing data Angles Applying science to political issues Area of a circle Area of irregular shapes Base 2 and base 8 Calculating coefficient of friction Computer language elements Cooperative learning Critical thinking | Debugging techniques Failure analysis Force vectors Fractions with exponents Mechanical drawings Modeling Pattern recognition Programming Rate and time Ratios and relative ratios Solving unknown variable Vocabulary building Writing equations from graphs Z coordinates Scenario- Toxic waste |