Saturday, March 31, 2012

Class 8th cbse Tutorials for Maths with practice and assesments

Class 8
S. No.Chapters Tutorials Videos Practice Interactivities Assessments 
 1.Rational Numbers  1  11 1  2  
 2.Linear Equations in One Variable  1  2  3 11  2  1 2  3     
 3.Understanding Quadrilaterals  1  2  3 1  1   1  2  3 4  1   
 4.Practical Geometry  1  2  3 1       
 5.Data Handling  1  2  3 1     1  2  3  
5 
  1  2  3
 6.Squares and Square Roots  1  2  3 11  2  3  1    1  2  
 7.Cubes and Cube Roots  1  2  3 11 2 
  1   
 8.Comparing Quantities  1  2  3  1 1     1  2   1 2  3 4  5
 9.Algebraic Expressions and Identities  1  2  3 11  2  31  1  2
 10.Visualising Solid Shapes  1 2  1
1 2 3 4 5  1  
 11.Mensuration  1  2  3 1   1  2  3

  1   
 12.Exponents and Powers  1  2  11  2  3 41 2 3  4   

   
 13.Direct and Inverse Proportions  1  2  1
  1  2
 14.Factorisation  1  11  2  1     
 15.Introduction to Graphs  1   2 1
  1  2  3 45 1  2
 16.Playing with Numbers 1
1
Source: Thanks t0 : https://sites.google.com/site/ganitgurooz/middle-class

4 comments:

NSE Options said...

Education is greatly different today attractive the 1950s because of advancements in teaching as well great inventions that provide easier techniques of teaching. With advancements in the today's world an important development with education in addition has taken place and that's distance learning or internet education.

We have launched a free portal for CBSE, ICSE students with free study guides and tests.

JSUNIL said...

Class 7th Maths tutorial:Quizzes: tests:assignments
we have provided links (click on the numbers) to Tutorials (Theory and explanation of concepts), Interactivities (Animations, Java applets, etc. that help understand a concept) and Assessments (Quizzes, tests, assignments, etc.)
http://mathadda.blogspot.in/2012/06/class-7th-maths-tutorialquizzes.html

JSUNIL said...

Class 9th 10th th Maths tutorial:Quizzes: tests:assignments
we have provided links (click on the numbers) to Tutorials (Theory and explanation of concepts), Interactivities (Animations, Java applets, etc. that help understand a concept) and Assessments (Quizzes, tests, assignments, etc.)


http://mathadda.blogspot.in/2012/06/cbse-ix-x-inter-activities-assessments.html

Jon snow said...

Much like the socio-economic diversity in India, school education also offers a multifaceted model. Overall, the schooling in India is split in different levels – primary, secondary and senior secondary. The school age begins once the child is three years and is normally completed at the age of sixteen. The secondary and senior secondary level, from grade VIII to XII is the most important in terms of career goals and achievements.
Niels Bohr Atomic Theory

Post a Comment