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Quality Grade 8 Math Tutoring & Help

Oxford Learning®’s 8th Grade math tutoring program is specifically designed to help students improve their learning by giving them a thorough understanding of all the components of the course and igniting a passion for learning.


Your teen’s Grade 8 math tutor not only teaches math concepts, but also teaches active thinking and math confidence, both essential skills for the math success.

At Oxford Learning®, learning is about more than better grades. Our cognitive approach helps teens learn how to learn, a skill that transfers from classroom to classroom. Our personalized Grade 8 math tutoring gives teens the confidence to their math skills to the next level, for math success this year and for every year.

Grade 8 Math Tutoring Subjects

Number Sense/Numeration
  • Representing and ordering rational numbers
  • Representing numbers using exponential notation
  • Solving multi-step problems involving whole numbers and decimals
  • Multiplying and dividing fractions and integers
  • Multiplying and dividing decimals by the power of 10
  • Applying orders of operations using brackets and exponents
  • Solving problems involving percentages to one decimal place and percentages greater than 100
  • Solving problems involving rates and proportions
Measurement
  • Convert from cubic centimetres and metres to millilitres and cubic centimetres
  • Develop circumference and area relationships in a circle
  • The formula for the volume of a cylinder
  • Surface area relationships for cylinders
Geometry & Spatial Sense
  • Sorting quadrilaterals by geometric properties involving diagonals
  • Constructing circles
  • Investigating relationships among similar shapes
  • Determining and applying angle relationships for parallel and intersecting lines
  • Relating the number of faces
  • Edges and vertices of a polyhedron
  • The Pythagorean relationship geometrically
  • Plotting the image of a point on the coordinate plane after applying a transformation
Algebra & Patterning
  • Representing the general term in a linear sequence
  • Using one or more algebraic expressions
  • Translating statements using algebraic equations
  • Finding the term number in a pattern algebraically when given any term
  • Solving linear equations involving one-variable terms with integer solutions using a ‘balance’ model
Data Management & Probability
  • Collecting categorical, discrete and continuous data
  • Organizing data into intervals
  • Displaying data using histograms and scatter plots
  • Using measures of central tendency to compare sets of data
  • Comparing two attributes using data management tools
  • Comparing experimental and theoretical probabilities
  • Calculating the probability of complementary elements

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