FODE Course Outlines

FODE Course Outlines: If you are a Distance and Learning student in Grade 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12 you will find this FODE course outlines and the information useful. Your course tutors and instructors would have given the subject outlines to you before your course starts.

PNG Insight Maths resources compile the Math Unit/Course outlines in line with the FODE course models to make it easier for you to access, anywhere, anytime.

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Grade 9 Distance and Open Learning Modules

The Grade 9 distance and open learning maths modules (also called modular strands) provided in this article are for students ...
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Grade 12 Maths Modular Units: Advanced and General

Students in Grade 12 continue with General Mathematics or Advanced Mathematics they streamed in Grade 11. In General Mathematics, the ...
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Grade 11 Distance Learning Modular Units

Students in Grade 11 either study General Mathematics (Gen Maths) or Advanced Mathematics (Adv Maths). The Grade 11 distance learning ...
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Grade 10 Mathematics Modules Distance Learning

The Grade 10 mathematics modules (also called modular strands) provided in this article are for students who are studying at a ...
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Grade 8 Distance Learning Strands and Sub-strands

The Grade 8 distance learning units (also called strands and sub-strands) in this article is for the Grade 8 students ...
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Grade 7 Distance Learning Units and Topics

This course outline is for the Grade 7 students who are studying at a FODE (Flexible, Open and Distance Education) ...
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Fode Course Outlines Resource Links

The link below will take you straight to the course outline page, where you can download a copy for yourself. Take a look.

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