MATHS LITERACY

Newton College online classes are on a Tuesday and a Thursday from 4:00 - 5:00pm. Content is based on the CAPS curriculum as outlined by the Department of Basic Education. See list of topics and duration of each module. Book the topics you need assistance with and a class schedule will be sent to you upon confirmation of payment.

Dates and times are fixed and cannot be changed. There will be two lessons a week covering the same sub-topic in case you have missed the first class or just need to sit in on a repeat lesson.

MODULES

The content is broken down into modules so that learners can select the specific modules they need assistance with.  Modules are booked as a package, you can select and book more than one module.

NUMBERS & CALCULATIONS

R720

Number formats and conventions 

Operations on numbers and calculator skills

Rounding off, ratios and proportion

Rates and percentages

01/02/2022 - 17/02/2022

COURSE DATES

PATTERN & RELATIONSHIPS

R720

Making sense of graphs that tell a story

Patterns and relationships

22/02/2022 - 10/03/2022

COURSE DATES

FINANCE

R1920

Financial documents

Tariff systems

Income, expenditure, profit/loss,

income and expenditure statements 

Budgets

Cost price and selling price, break-even analysis

Banking loans, investments and interest

Inflation

Taxation

Exchange rates

15/03/2022 - 05/05/2022

COURSE DATES

MEASUREMENT

R1680

Measuring systems

Measuring length and distance

Measuring mass (weight)

Measuring volume

Measuring temperature

Measuring time

Calculating perimeter, area, total surface area and volume

10/05/2022 - 23/06/2022

COURSE DATES

MAPS, PLANS & REPRESENTATIONS

R960

Scales and maps

Floor elevation and design plans

Instruction and assembly diagrams

Models

28/06/2022 - 21/07/2022

COURSE DATES

DATA HANDLING

 R1200

Developing questions and collecting data

Classifying and organising data

Summatising data

Representing data

Interpreting and analysing data

26/07/2022 - 25/08/2022

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PROBABILITY

R960

Expressions of probability

Prediction

Representions for determining possible outcomes

Evaluating expressions involving probability

30/08/2022 - 22/09/2022

COURSE DATES