Facilitating grade-wise online learning and teaching. Starts by setting a goal & agenda after discussion with student on his/her current learning needs.

IGCSE (Cambridge International Examination)

Accounting

The fundamentals of accounting


Sources and recording of data


Verification of accounting record


Accounting procedures


Preparation of financial statements


Analysis and interpretation


Accounting principles and policies

Physics

General physics


Thermal physics


Properties of waves, including light and sound


Electricity and magnetism


Atomic physics

Economics

The basic economic problem


The allocation of resources


Micro economic decision makers


Government and the macro economy


Economic development


International trade and globalisation

Mathematics

Number


Algebra and graphs


Co-ordinate geometry


Vectors and transformations


Geometry


Mensuration


Trigonometry


Probability


Statistics

Mathematics - International

Number


Algebra


Functions


Coordinate geometry


Geometry


Vectors and transformations


Mensuration


Trigonometry


Sets


Probability


Statistics

Chemistry

The particulate nature of matter


Experimental techniques


Atoms, elements and compounds


Stoichiometry


Electricity and chemistry


Chemical energetics


Chemical reactions


Acids, bases and salts


The Periodic Table


Metals


Air and water


Sulfur


Carbonates


Organic chemistry

Geography

Theme 1: Population and settlement

1 Population dynamics
2 Migration
3 Population structure
4 Population density and distribution
5 Settlements (rural and urban) and service provision
6 Urban settlements
7 Urbanisation


Theme 2: The natural environment

1 Earthquakes and volcanoes
2 Rivers
3 Coasts
4 Weather
5 Climate and natural vegetation


Theme 3: Economic development

1 Development
2 Food production
3 Industry
4 Tourism
5 Energy
6 Water
7 Environmental risks of economic development

Hiistory

Option A

The nineteenth century: the development of modern nation states, 1848–1914
1 Were the Revolutions of 1848 important?
2 How was Italy unified?
3 How was Germany unified?
4 Why was there a civil war in the United States and what were its results?
5 Why, and with what effects, did Europeans expand their overseas empires in the nineteenth century?
6 What caused the First World War


Option B

The twentieth century: international relations since 1919
1 Were the peace treaties of 1919–23 fair?
2To what extent was the League of Nations a success?
3 Why had international peace collapsed by 1939?
4 Who was to blame for the Cold War?
5 How effectively did the United States contain the spread of Communism?
6 How secure was the USSR’s control over Eastern Europe, 1948–c.1989?
7 Why did events in the Gulf matter, c.1970–2000?

The First World War, 1914–18
1 Germany, 1918–45
2 Russia, 1905–41
3 The United States, 1919–41
4 China, c.1930–c.1990
5 South Africa, c.1940–c.1994
6 Israelis and Palestinians since 1945

Spanish - Foreign Language

Everyday activities


Personal and social life


The world around us


The world of work


The international world

French- Foreign Language

Everyday activities


Personal and social life


The world around us


The world of work


The international world

German - Foreign Language

Everyday activities


Personal and social life


The world around us


The world of work


The international world

English - First Language

Reading

1 Demonstrate understanding of written texts, and of the words and phrases within them
2 Summarise and use material for a specific context
3 Develop, analyse and evaluate facts, ideas and opinions
4 Demonstrate understanding of how writers achieve their effects and influence readers
5 Select appropriate information for specific purposes
6 Recognise and respond to linguistic devices, figurative language and imagery


Writing

1 Express what is thought, felt and imagined
2 Organise and convey facts, ideas and opinions effectively
3 Demonstrate a varied vocabulary appropriate to the context
4 Demonstrate an effective use of sentence structures
5 Demonstrate an understanding of audience, purpose and form
6 Demonstrate accuracy in spelling, punctuation and grammar.


Speaking and listening

1 Describe and reflect on experience, and express what is thought, felt and imagined
2 Organise and convey facts, ideas and opinions effectively
3 Understand and convey complex ideas
4 Communicate with clarity, focus and purpose
5 Communicate appropriately for the context
6 Engage appropriately in conversation.

Biology

Characteristics and classification of living organisms


Organisation of the organism


Movement in and out of cells


Biological molecules


Enzymes


Plant nutrition


Human nutrition


Transport in plants


Transport in animals


Diseases and immunity


Human influences on ecosystems


Biotechnology and genetic engineering


Organisms and their environment


Variation and selection


Inheritance


Reproduction


Drugs


Coordination and response


Excretion in humans


Respiration


Gas exchange in humans