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- Teacher: Sheikh Mehaboob
The first year of a 2-year IGCSE course in History. We start at the end of WW1 and will carry follow the developments in international relations until the end of the Cold War.
- Teacher: james Sergeant
މިއީ ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގެ ސްކޫލު އޮނިގަނޑުގެ ޘަނަވީގެ ފުރަތަމަ މަރުޙަލާގެ 3 އަހަރު ދަރިވަރުން އުނގުމަށްޓަކައި އެކުލަވާލެވިފައިވާ ގައުމީ މަންހަޖުގެ ބައެކެވެ. މި 3 އަހަރުދުވަހުގެ މުޤައްރަރު އެއްކޮށް އެސްއެސްސީ އިމްތިހާނުގައި ހިމެނިގެންވެއެވެ. މިތިން އަހަރަކީ ގްރޭޑް 8 ، 9 އަދު 10 އެކެވެ. މިއޮނިގަނޑުގައި ޤުރުއާނުގެ ޢިލްމުގެ ބަޔާއި ޢަޤީދާގެބަޔާއި ޙަދީޘް ޢިލްމުގެ ބަޔާއި ފިޤުހު ޢިލްމުގެ ތެރެއިން ޢިބާދާތާއި މުޢާމަލާތާއި އަދި އިސްލާމީ ތާރީޚާއި އިސްލާމީ ޘަޤާފަތާއި އަދި އޭގެ އިތުރުން އިސްލާމީ އަޚްލާޤު ހިމެނިގެންވެއެވެ. ޝުކުރިއްޔާ
- Teacher: Ahmed Thaufeeq
Why choose Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies?
Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies is accepted by universities and employers as proof of an understanding of business concepts and techniques across a range of different types of businesses.
Successful Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies learners will be able to:
• understand different forms of business organisations, the environments in which businesses operate and business functions such as marketing, operations and finance
• appreciate the role of people in business success.
They will also gain lifelong skills, including:
• the ability to calculate and interpret business data
• communication skills needed to support arguments with reasons
• the ability to analyse business situations and reach decisions or judgements.
Learners beginning this course are not expected to have studied Business Studies previously.
Cambridge IGCSEs are general qualifications that enable learners to progress directly to employment or to proceed to further study.
Candidates who are awarded grades A* to C in Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies are well prepared to follow courses leading to Cambridge International AS and A Level Business Studies, or the equivalent.
- Teacher: Johnson Easo
This is a course for Gr ; 9 and 10 students those who are sitting for Cambridge IGCSE International examination in October \November 2014 &2015.
- Teacher: Pattiyage Peiris
Paper 5 - (2 hours): Shakespeare and other pre-20th Century Texts (Compulsory Paper)
This paper is divided into:
Section A: Shakespeare
Section B: Other pre-20th century texts.
Candidates answer one question from Section A, and one question from Section B.
• There are two questions on each text; one essay question, and one passage-based question. All questions carry equal marks.
• In all answers, candidates must show understanding of the text and an informed independent opinion; they must communicate these clearly and appropriately.
Questions will test candidates’ understanding of:
• The ways in which writers’ choices of form, structure and language shape meanings,
• The language and style of texts,
• The effective use of narrative methods,
• How parts of the text relate to the work as a whole,
• The dramatic qualities of play texts,
• Varying interpretation of texts.
Texts may not be taken into the examination room.
Dictionaries may not be used.
- Teacher: Sharon Alvey
This is continuation of IGCSE History for students who completed Year 9 History in 2013.
The course shall be assessed in 3 exams in October/November 2014.
- Teacher: james Sergeant
This scheme of work provides ideas about how to construct and deliver a course. The Cambridge International AS and A level Geography syllabus has been broken down into teaching units for each paper with suggested teaching activities and learning resources to use in the classroom.
Recommended prior knowledge
No prior knowledge is essential although some of the concepts will be familiar from prior Cambridge O Level/IGCSE Geography studies.
The units within this scheme of work are:
Paper 1 Physical Core
Unit 1: Hydrology and fluvial geomorphology
Unit 2: Atmosphere and weather
Unit 3: Rocks and weathering
Paper 1 Human Core
Unit 1: Population
Unit 2: Migration
Unit 3: Settlement dynamics
Paper 2 Physical Options
Unit 1: Tropical environments
Unit 2: Coastal environments
Unit 3: Hazardous environments
Unit 4: Arid and semi-arid environments
Paper 3 Human Options
Unit 1: Production, location and change
Unit 2: Environmental management
Unit 3: Global interdependence
Unit 4: Economic transition
- Teacher: Suresh Kumar
Syllabus 0460 IGCSE Geography
It is recommended that this scheme of work is read in conjunction with the syllabus for 0460, IGCSE Geography. The suggested order through the units remains largely unchanged from the order of the syllabus content.
Distinct schemes for Interrelationship of Physical and Human Geography and Environmental Risks and Benefits: Resource Conservation and Management have not been provided as these two themes have been integrated into other units.
The scheme of work for the alternative to coursework is designed to provide the theoretical methodology for a range of enquiry skills although Centers should take the opportunity to develop fieldwork through the study of the core units.
No indication of teaching time is given as it is realized that Centres organize their timetables in a variety of different ways. Each unit of the scheme of work is not the same length: the divisions are topic-based rather than anything to do with teaching time.
The following texts are recommended as they closely follow the content of the IGCSE Geography syllabus, especially The New Wider World. References to these texts will be found throughout the scheme of work. As both texts are written primarily for UK based GCSE syllabuses they tend to have many references to UK examples. Use of other resources/texts is, therefore, encouraged in providing students with case studies that are useful and possibly familiar to them. The examples given in the scheme of work should not be viewed as compulsory; rather they are examples that can be adopted or adapted.
The New Wider World; D Waugh; Nelson; 0 174 34314 0 - This covers much of the content of the 3 themes.
Skills Base Geography; K Grimwade and G Hart; Hodder & Stoughton; 0 340 67020 7 - This is particularly useful for preparation for Paper 3 and parts of
Examiners. It would certainly be worth getting a copy of each of these books, especially Book 4. Direct contact with CUP via their website
(www.cambridge.org) is recommended.
H/IGCSE Geography, Modules 1-4; Cambridge University Press
• Book 1 covers Population and Settlement; 0 521 78706 8 1
• Book 2 covers The Natural Environment; 0 521 78707 6
• Book 3 covers Economic Development and the Use of Resources; 0 521 78708 4
• Book 4 covers the skills, etc for Papers 3 and 5; 0 521 78709 2
- Teacher: Suresh Kumar
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