Algebra 
Grade 1 
Grade 1 
SAT 
Differential Equations 
Grade 2 
Grade 2 
ACT 
Calculus 
Grade 3 
Grade 3 
PSAT 
Geometry 
Grade 4 
Grade 4 
SSAT 
Trigonometry 
Grade 5 
Grade 5 
ISEE 
Data Management 
Grade 6 
Grade 6 


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Grade 8 
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EQAO 

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Chemistry 
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Physics 


eWebStudy provides students with a wide variety of topics. Lesson Modules can be compared to chapters and include vocabulary, resources, study guide, problem statement, activities, extended learning, quizzes and exams. In order to get credit for the online instruction, students must fully complete each lesson module in the subject assigned for the particular grade level.
Mathematics lesson modules include many examples, diagrams and tables to help the student understand concepts and skills in each subject area above. Activities and Extended Learning give the students instruction for handson application.
Students will be able to perform the computations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using whole numbers, integers, fractions, and decimals.

Read, write and name numbers in several different ways.

Perform operations with numbers with and without a calculator.

Translate word problem situations to mathematical expressions or sentences and solve.

Order numbers.

Apply computational and problemsolving skills to common life situations.
At the Primary level, students learn counting, adding one and two digit numbers with and without regrouping and at the third grade, they begin multiplication. Intermediate students focus on fractions and decimal numbers. Middle/Junior High students learn about factoring and using fractions in various ways. At the High School level, students learn about the complex numbers, order of operations and exponents.
Students will be able to understand and use ratios and percentages.

Interpret ratios.

Construct and solve proportions.

Apply ratios and proportions in reallife situations.

Interpret percents in various settings.

Apply percents in reallife situations.
At the Primary level, ratio and percentages are introduced at the third grade level. Decimals, fraction percentages and ratios are the focus of the Intermediate grades. Middle/Junior High students find percent and use concepts in reallife situations. Solving problems of percent are the focus at the High School level.
Students will be able to make and use measurements, including those of area and volume.

Measure in a variety of contexts using appropriate units.

Estimate measurements.

Relate lengths, areas, and volumes in common geometric figures.

Convert measurements within one system and from one system to another.

Apply selected measurement systems, instruments and techniques.
Measuring time, water temperature and cooking are taught to the Primary students. Distance, length and metric are included at the Intermediate level. Middle/Junior High students solve problems of area, metric system, and volume. At the High School level, students work on dimensional analysis, conversions and kinematics.
Students will be able to identify, analyze and solve problems using algebraic equations, inequalities, functions and their graphs.

Describe general patterns with expressions, equations, or inequalities.

Solve simple equations and inequalities and interpret the solutions.

Translate verbal descriptions into algebraic expressions, equations, or inequalities and vice versa.

Evaluate, solve, and apply formulas with and without calculators.

Perform operations with algebraic expressions.
Algebra is introduced to the Primary student through the use of patterns and unknown numbers. Intermediate students evaluate expressions and find missing numbers. Middle/Junior High students explore like terms, onestep equations, signed numbers, variables and expressions. High school students go into quadratic equations, binomials and polynomials, simultaneous and linear equations, and parabolas.
Students will be able to understand and apply geometric concepts and relations in a variety of forms.

Understand simple geometric figures and patterns of relationships in two and three dimensions.

Apply symmetry and transformations.

Apply the concepts or congruence and similarity.

Apply formulas and construct arguments and proofs to solve geometric problems.

Define common geometric figures and use deductive reasoning to relate properties of those figures.
Primary students work with two and three dimensional shapes. Intermediate students learn the area of shapes. Middle/Junior High students focus on quadrilaterals, circumference and area, volume and Pythagorean Theorem.
Students will be able to understand and use methods of data collections and analysis, including tables, charts and comparisons.

Interpret data from an experiment.

Interpret tables, graphs, charts, arrays, schedules, experiments, and surveys reported in media sources.

Construct tables and graphs to indicate selected trends or relationships.

Understand commonly used summary statistics.

Design and conduct an experiment or survey using sampling.
Even in the Primary Grades, students use Data Analysis on a daily basis, probably without knowing it, by sorting and categorizing objects. In the Intermediate Grades, students are introduced to pictographs, line graphs and mean, median and mode. In the Middle/Junior High Grades, students learn about frequency distribution and range. At the High School Level, students begin understanding and using statistical terms, such as central tendency, variance and deviation.
Students will be able to use mathematics skills to estimate, approximate, and predict and to judge reasonableness of results.

Round numbers.

Estimate present and future values from graphs or numerical information.

Apply intervals as estimates.

Apply problemsolving procedures to solve or suggest a solution to a given problem.

Use mental arithmetic to estimate the results of computations.
Simple rounding is part of the Primary level study. At the Intermediate level, students focus on chance and probability. Middle/Junior High students focus on distance, weight and time and more rounding. Permutations, combinations, and probability formulas are targeted at the High School level.
The thorough understanding of mathematical concepts and learning to apply them accurately is essential to max your Mathematics paper. eWebStudy Math tutors work tirelessly with the student, making numbers and equations simple and comprehensible by explaining them in a stepbystep manner. A thorough understanding of the basics is necessary to advance to a higher level. Hence special care is taken while tutoring mathematics, to teach gradually, developing skill by skill.
Our qualified online Math tutors are trained to help your child understand Math by stimulating their natural curiosity to learn. Our teachers are enthusiastic, interested, and have deep understanding of the subjects. They work toward instilling the same in their students. Our online Mathematics teachers follow the directives set forth by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) in their Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics and Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
Evaluation of a student's proficiency in a subject is the key to developing a personalized Math tutoring program catering to a child's specific needs. The Student Initial Evaluation Test is administered to the students before commencing the live online tutoring classes. The online mathematics tutor uses the test result to asses the student's skill level and prepare the customized tutoring program to help him/her reach his/her academic goals. eWebStudy offers oneonone online Math tutoring at the following levels:
Elementary School Math
Middle School and Junior High Math
High School Math
The Online Tutoring Program at eWebStudy is comprehensive, wellbalanced and designed to meet the specific needs of every child from early schooling to college test preparation. eWebStudy.com offers an extensive lineup of live oneonone tutoring services for students from grade one through grade 12. It is based on the recent research findings combined with reliable teaching procedures. Our online teachers have years of experience in tutoring. They are methodical, use age and grade, and appropriate methods of teaching to motivate and instill confidence in the students. The subject areas we cover are:
The eWebStudy Reading Program stresses on the importance of learning to read. Reading for appreciation and enjoyment, differentiating fact and opinion as well as understanding different literacy types, are all important skills. A skill gap in reading is sure to make advanced learning demanding and strenuous. Hence our online English tutor focuses on finding skill gaps, reducing it and then strengthening the reading skills of the students. This instills confidence and encourages them to read independently.
eWebStudy Reading Program has been designed to be consistent with the findings of the National Reading Panel. The topics covered in the Reading program tackle problems in:

Phonetics  systematic and explicit instructions are given for phonemic awareness

Phonics  phonic elements are taught in a planned sequence

Fluency  guided oral reading to correct mistakes

Vocabulary  introduces words and meanings directly and indirectly as words appearing in larger texts

Reading Comprehension  teaches methods and strategies to recall information, summarizing the information by skimming and scanning through the text
eWebStudy Reading Program teaches students to understand what they read and also to hone their verbal and listening skills.
Tutors at eWebStudy believe that every student has the ability to write effectively. But lack of confidence, inadequate writing skills or practice, and poor time management, prevent students from producing efficient writing.
Our live Online Writing Program is consistent with the guidelines of National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Online English Tutor works with the student to improve his/her vocabulary, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structuring and paragraph development. The online tutor also ensures that the students learn to write proficiently by

Learning how to choose an appropriate topic

Organizing the matter logically

Writing in different styles

Reviewing the work done
Our online tutors at eWebStudy agree with the resolution passed by the National Council of Teachers of English that“ … the use of isolated grammar and usage exercises not supported by theory and research is a deterrent to the improvement of students' speaking and writing, and that, in order to improve both of these, class time at all levels must be devoted to opportunities for meaningful listening, speaking, reading, and writing; and that NCTE urge the discontinuance of testing practices that encourage the teaching of grammar rather than English language arts instruction.
Hence, at eWebStudy, students learn grammar and its usage by studying how the language works in context.
To evaluate and personalize the specific needs of the student in English, Academic Director first administers the Student Initial Evaluation Test (SIET). The test results help the English tutor to precisely formulate a learning plan for the child. Enroll your child with the eWebStudy and see them overcome their inhibitions and become competent readers and talented writers.
Students can achieve success and develop a deep understanding of science with the eWebStudy Science Tutoring Program. They can effectively eliminate deficiencies in their learning, comprehend principles and ideas and foster critical thinking. Interactive Online Science Tutor helps students get better grades. It makes them proactive learners by imparting theoretical and practical knowledge about science. Our science tutors use charts, drawings, graphs and other forms of pictorial representation to explain concepts and theories.
eWebStudy science tutors follow the guidelines issued by the National Science Teachers Association in their National Science Education Standards. The Online Science Tutors at eWebStudy.com lay emphasis on:

Selecting and adapting curriculum according to student's experience and skills

Focusing on student's understanding and use of scientific knowledge, ideas and inquiry processes

Planning and developing an inquirybased science program

Guiding students in active and extended scientific inquiry

Balance and integrate immediate needs with the intentions of the lifelong framework of goals
The Student Initial Evaluation Test (SIET) is administered to students who register for the eWebStudy Online Science Tutorial. The test results help our dedicated science teachers develop a customized tutoring program, which concentrates on reducing the students skill gaps.
