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Candidates should be able to use database facilities to manipulate data to solve problems.

Candidates should be able to use database facilities to manipulate data to solve problems.

Learners should learn to use ICT hardware and software confidently and purposefully to communicate and handle information, and to support their problem-solving, recording and expressive work. They should be taught to reflect, discuss and consider the implications of using ICT hardware and software.

Learners should learn to use ICT hardware and software confidently and purposefully to communicate and handle information, and to support their problem-solving, recording and expressive work. They should be taught to reflect, discuss and consider the implications of using ICT hardware and software.

Learners should learn to extend the range of ICT tools they use for communication, investigation and control; they should use ICT to select information, sources and media that are suitable for their purpose and assess the value of ICT in their work.

Learners should learn to extend the range of ICT tools they use for communication, investigation and control; they should use ICT to select information, sources and media that are suitable for their purpose and assess the value of ICT in their work.

Syllabus aims

The aims of the Cambridge IGCSE Chinese as a Second Language syllabus are to enable learners to:

• develop the ability to use Chinese effectively for the purpose of practical communication

• form a sound base for the skills required for further study or employment using Chinese as the medium

• develop an awareness of the nature of language and language-learning skills, along with skills of a more

general application

• promote their personal development, particularly an awareness and appreciation of Chinese culture,

history and society.

Assessment objectives

This syllabus assesses Reading, Writing and Speaking.

Assessment Objectives (AOs) have been grouped under skill headings, but it is recognised that these are

interrelated. Candidates must demonstrate ability in the following areas:

AO1: Reading

R1 understand and respond to information presented in a variety of forms

R2 select and organise material relevant to specific purposes

R3 recognise, understand and distinguish between facts, ideas and opinions

AO2: Writing

W1 communicate clearly, accurately and appropriately

W2 convey information and express opinions effectively

W3 employ and control a variety of grammatical structures

W4 demonstrate knowledge and understanding of a range of appropriate vocabulary

W5 observe conventions of paragraphing, punctuation and character formation

W6 employ appropriate register/style

AO3: Speaking

S1 communicate clearly, accurately and appropriately

S2 convey information, articulate experience and express thoughts and opinions

S3 employ and control a variety of grammatical structures

S4 demonstrate knowledge of a range of appropriate vocabulary

S5 employ suitable pronunciation and stress patterns

S6 listen to and respond appropriately to the contributions of others

The syllabus enables learners to read, interpret and evaluate texts through the study of literature in English. Learners develop an understanding of literal meaning, relevant contexts and of the deeper themes or attitudes that may be expressed. Through their studies, they learn to recognise and appreciate the ways in which writers use English to achieve a range of effects, and will be able to present an informed, personal response to the material they have studied.

Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language is designed for learners whose first language is not English but who use it as a lingua franca or language of study.

Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language offers learners the opportunity to gain lifelong skills and knowledge including:

• better communicative ability in English

• improved ability to understand English in a range of everyday situations and in a variety of   social registers and styles

• greater awareness of the nature of language and language-learning skills

• wider international perspective.

Through the Cambridge IGCSE Geography syllabus, learners will develop a 'sense of place' by looking at the world around them on a local, regional and global scale. Learners will examine a range of natural and man-made environments, and study some of the processes which affected their development. They will also look at the ways in which people interact with their environment, and the opportunities and challenges an environment can present, thereby gaining a deeper insight into the different communities and cultures that exist around the world.

You can download one or more question papers for a previous session. Teachers registered with Cambridge can access our password-protected Teacher Support site, where a much wider selection of syllabus materials is available to download.

History is the study of the past. This syllabus offers the opportunity to study world history from the nineteenth century to the beginning of the twenty-first century. Learners will explore history from a diversity of perspectives, including social, economical, cultural and political. Cambridge IGCSE History encourages learners to raise questions and to develop and deploy historical skills, knowledge and understanding in order to provide historical explanations.


Learners studying Cambridge IGCSE History are given the opportunity to:
• develop an interest in and enthusiasm for learning about and understanding the past

• explore historical concepts such as cause and consequence, change and continuity, and similarity and difference

• appreciate historical evidence and how to use it

• gain a greater understanding of international issues and inter-relationships

• learn how to present clear, logical arguments.

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Хүүхдүүд ээ. 

Энэ хичээлд 0654 шалгалтын Химийн асуултуудыг багцлан өөрийгөө шалгах боломжийг олгосон.

Хэрвээ тухайн тестийн шалгалтаа эхлэхээс өмнө дараах бэлтгэл хангагдсан байвал илүү өндөр оноо авах боломжтой. 

Үүнд:

1. Тухайн оны тестүүдийг "Science exam" хичээл дээр хийсэн байх

2. Нийт 40-45 минут зарцуулах боломжтой байх

Хүүхдүүд ээ.

Энэ хичээлийн тестүүд нь 10-15 минут зарцуулагдах тул 0654 сонгох шалгалтын- Химийн хичээлийн мэдлэгийг бага хугацаанд шалгах боломж олгоно. 

Асуултыг 2017-4-15 хүртэл холилдохгүй гарах байдлаар тохируулга хийгдсэн болно. 

Харин 2017-4-16 наас 5-11 дуустал холилдон гарах тохируулга хийгдэх тул анхааралтай уншиж хийнэ үү. 

Хариултыг цээжлэх нь сайн арга биш гэдгийг анхаарна уу. Харин яагаад ийм хариулт байгаа тухай эргэцүүлэн бодож хариултаа олох нь чухал шүү.

Амжилт хүсье. 

0654-ийн сонгох шалгалт 2017-5-11 нд болно. 

The Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus helps learners to understand the technological world in which they live, and take an informed interest in science and scientific developments. They learn about the basic principles of Physics through a mix of theoretical and practical studies. Learners also develop an understanding of the scientific skills essential for further study at Cambridge International A Level, skills which are useful in everyday life. 

As they progress, learners gain an understanding of how science is studied and practised, and become aware that the results of scientific research can have both good and bad effects on individuals, communities and the environment.

An essential subject for all learners, Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics encourages the development of mathematical knowledge as a key life skill, and as a basis for more advanced study. The syllabus aims to build learners' confidence by helping them develop a feel for numbers, patterns and relationships, and places a strong emphasis on solving problems and presenting and interpreting results. Learners also gain an understanding of how to communicate and reason using mathematical concepts.

  Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science syllabus aims are to develop:

  • computational thinking that is thinking about what can be computed and how, and includes consideration of the data required
  • understanding of the main principles of solving problems by using computers
  • understanding that every computer system is made up of sub-systems, which in turn consist of further sub-systems
  • understanding of the component parts of computer systems and how they interrelate, including software, data, hardware, communications and people
  • skills necessary to apply understanding to solve computer-based problems using a high-level programming language.

 Theory content

  1. Types and components of computer systems
  2. Input and output devices
  3. Storage devices and media
  4. Networks and the effects of using them
  5. The effects of using IT
  6. ICT applications
  7. The systems life cycle
  8. Safety and security
  9. Audience

 Practical content

  1. Communication 
  2. File management
  3. Images
  4. Layout
  5. Styles
  6. Proofing
  7. Graphs and charts
  8. Document production
  9. Data manipulation
  10. Presentations
  11. Data analysis
  12. Website authoring

Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology builds on the skills acquired at Cambridge IGCSE (or equivalent) level. The syllabus includes the main theoretical concepts which are fundamental to the subject, a section on some current applications of biology, and a strong emphasis on advanced practical skills. Practical skills are assessed in a timetabled practical examination. 

The emphasis throughout is on the understanding of concepts and the application of biology ideas in novel contexts as well as on the acquisition of knowledge. The course encourages creative thinking and problem-solving skills which are transferable to any future career path. Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology is ideal for learners who want to study biology or a wide variety of related subjects at university or to follow a career in science. Please note that the Scheme of Assessment has changed since 2005.

Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry builds on the skills acquired at Cambridge IGCSE (or equivalent) level. The syllabus includes the main theoretical concepts which are fundamental to the subject, a section on some current applications of chemistry, and a strong emphasis on advanced practical skills. Practical skills are assessed in a timetabled practical examination. 

The emphasis throughout is on the understanding of concepts and the application of chemistry ideas in novel contexts as well as on the acquisition of knowledge. The course encourages creative thinking and problem-solving skills which are transferable to any future career path. Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry is ideal for learners who want to study chemistry or a wide variety of related subjects at university or to follow a career in science. Please note that the Scheme of Assessment has changed since 2005.

Cambridge International AS/A Level History is accepted by universities and employers as proof of
knowledge and understanding of History. Successful candidates gain lifelong skills including:
          • assessing different interpretations of an argument
          • formulating their own ideas about a subject
          • presenting clear and logical arguments
          • evaluating historical evidence
          • developing an understanding of historical concepts such as cause and effect, similarity and difference and continuity and change.

Cambridge International AS and A Level History is one of the most recognised qualifications around the
world. It is accepted as proof of academic ability and of historical knowledge for entry to universities.
Every year, thousands of students with Cambridge International AS and A Level History win places at good
universities worldwide.

Through the Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics syllabus, learners study how to explain and analyse economic issues and arguments, evaluate economic information, and organise, present and communicate ideas and judgements clearly. 

The syllabus covers a range of basic economic ideas, including an introduction to the price system and government intervention, international trade and exchange rates, the measurement of employment and inflation, and the causes and consequences of inflation. Learners also study the price system, the theory of the firm, market failure, macroeconomic theory and policy, and economic growth and development.

The Business syllabus enables learners to understand and appreciate the nature and scope of business, and the role it plays in society. The syllabus covers economic, environmental, ethical, governmental, legal, social and technological issues, and encourages a critical understanding of organisations, the markets they serve and the process of adding value. Learners examine the management of organisations and, in particular, the process of decision-making in a dynamic external environment. 

The study of Cambridge International AS and A Level Business allows learners to take the first step towards a career in private or public organisations or progress with confidence to a degree in business and management related subjects.

Cambridge learners will develop:

  • the capacity to analyse characteristics and activities of business organisations and how they respond to the changing demands of their environments
  • an understanding of how effective managers and leaders develop successful organisations in terms of customer focus and the products/services they offer
  • the opportunity to reflect on how successful business organisations engage in financial and accounting practices to maximise value for stakeholders value
  • development of knowledge that relates to strategic planning and decision-making to ensure business survival, change, and sustainable success
  • a solid foundation for further study.

This book aims to teach critical thinking skills: the ability to interpret, analyse and evaluate ideas and arguments. It is based on a widely shared conception of critical thinking and it covers many of the basic
skills or competencies displayed by good critical thinkers.

It aims to develop those skills by teaching them explicitly and directly, rather than indirectly as many teachers claim to do in the course of teaching their subject – history, physics or whatever. It also aims to teach these skills so that they can be transferred to other studies and to everyday life.
Critical thinking is now widely seen as a basic competency, akin to reading and writing, which needs to be taught. 

About the author
Dr Alec Fisher is a distinguished researcher and lecturer in critical thinking. He has conducted many workshops on critical thinking and its assessment for teachers and students in schools, colleges
and universities. He has also worked extensively with the medical profession and business people to improve critical thinking skills in those contexts. Dr Fisher designed the AS-level examination in Critical
Thinking for the Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations Board and was its chief examiner for some years. He is the author of several books and numerous articles, especially on critical thinking.

Cambridge International AS and A Level Mathematics builds on the skills acquired at Cambridge IGCSE (or equivalent) level. The syllabus allows teachers to choose from three different routes to Cambridge International AS Level Mathematics: Pure Mathematics only, Pure Mathematics and Mechanics or Pure Mathematics and Probability and Statistics. 

Teachers can also choose from three different routes to Cambridge International A Level Mathematics depending on the choice of Mechanics, or Probability and Statistics, or both, in the broad area of 'applications'.

The aim of the Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science syllabus is to encourage learners to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of computer science and how computer programs work in a range of contexts. 

Learners will study topics including information representation, communication and Internet technologies, hardware, software development, and relational database modelling. As they progress, learners will develop their computational thinking and use problem solving to develop computer-based solutions using algorithms and programming languages. Studying Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science will help learners develop a range of skills such as thinking creatively, analytically, logically and critically. 

They will also be able to appreciate the ethical issues that arise with current and emerging computing technologies. From the 2015 examination series, this syllabus will replace Cambridge International AS and A Level Computing (syllabus code 9691).

Learners following this syllabus will develop, and learn to apply, a broad range of ICT skills, while also gaining an understanding of the way ICT is used in the world of work. 

The syllabus introduces learners to the structure and use of ICT systems within a wide range of organisations, including the use of a variety of computer networks. As a result, learners understand ICT system life cycles, and how these affect the workplace. They also gain an understanding of the wider impact of ICT on society in general.

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Initial training -Orchlon Culture
Extension training -Policies and procedures
Health and Safety training
Teaching and learning
Teaching with digital technologies
Teaching bilingual learners
Educational Leadership

 Moodle Learning Management System

Online course designed for Orchlon CIPP teachers