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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 544 in Riga august 7, 2007 (pr. No 44 46) provisions on State general secondary education and general secondary education subject standards Issued under the Education Act, article 14, paragraph 19, and the General Education Act, article 4, paragraph 11 i. General provisions 1 the national overall average education standards-general secondary education programme main objectives and tasks of the General secondary education the minimum content, learners obtain general secondary education the basic principles and procedures for the evaluation, and general secondary education teaching standards-the subject of the main objectives and tasks , subject to minimum content requirements for teaching learning and learning achievement assessment form and guidance techniques. II. General secondary education programme main objectives and tasks 2. General secondary education program (further-education programme) main objectives are: to provide learners with the 2.1. knowledge and skills that enable you to prepare for the continuation of education;
2.2. promoting the development of the learner mentally and physically developed personality and create awareness of a healthy lifestyle;
2.3. contribute to socially active attitude in maintaining and developing their language and culture, ethnic diversity, as well as to develop understanding of the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia and other legislation contained in the basic principles of human rights;
2.4. develop learner skills independently to learn and to improve, motivate life-long learning and career. 3. General secondary education program the main goals of the relevant SBA tasks laid down in annex 1 of these rules. 4. General secondary education the programme directions in the specific tasks set out in annex 2 to these rules. 5. Minority education programmes each school year no less than five subjects learn the Latvian language. This number does not include the Latvian language and literature. 6. Learning content learning minority languages may provide up to two fifths of the total teaching load teaching year. III. General secondary education program the minimum content of 7. General secondary education shall include the following minimum content of education, which consists of the relevant subjects: 7.1. language: 7.1.1. Latvian language and literature;
7.1.2. the first foreign language;
7.1.3. the second foreign language;
7.1.4. minority language and literature (minority education Pro gramm);
7.2. social science area: 7.2.1 history;
7.2.2. the business economic fundamentals;
7.2.6. the policy and law;
7.2.7. the household;
7.2.8. health education;
7.3. math, science and technical knowledge of the field: 7.3.1. mathematics;
7.3.2. data processing;
7.3.6. health education;
7.4. kultūrizglītīb scope: 7.4.1. music;
7.4.2. the history of culture. 8. the education programme minimum content: 8.1 all education programmes compulsory subjects: 8.1.1. learners with Latvian mācībvalod: 188.8.131.52. Latvian language and literature;
184.108.40.206. the first foreign language;
220.127.116.11. the second foreign language;
18.104.22.168. business economic fundamentals;
8.1.2. learners who learn the minority education program mass: 22.214.171.124. Latvian language and literature;
126.96.36.199. minority language and literature;
188.8.131.52. the first foreign language;
184.108.40.206. business economic fundamentals;
8.2. the obligatory subjects in the curriculum directions: 8.2.1. comprehensive direction: 220.127.116.11. geography;
18.104.22.168. of science or physics, chemistry, biology, health education;
22.214.171.124. music or cultural history;
8.2.2. the humanitarian and social direction: 126.96.36.199. philosophy;
188.8.131.52. the policy and law;
184.108.40.206. the science;
220.127.116.11. music or cultural history;
8.2.3. math, science and technical direction: 18.104.22.168. mathematics;
22.214.171.124. the geography or philosophy;
126.96.36.199. health education;
188.8.131.52. music or cultural history;
8.2.4. professional direction: 184.108.40.206. geography;
220.127.116.11. the policy and law;
18.104.22.168. music or cultural history;
22.214.171.124. the subjects of practical guidance (of Commerce (Honours) from posts, household, technology and design, arts or sports);
8.3. the relevant education institutions curriculum included subjects that extends or deepens the compulsory subject content;
8.4. the relevant education institutions curriculum included subjects that extend the education areas: 8.4.1. in the field of language-foreign language;
8.4.2. in the field of social studies: 126.96.36.199. logic;
188.8.131.52. religion in history;
8.4.3. math, science and technical knowledge in the field of: programming fundamentals 184.108.40.206.;
220.127.116.11. technical graphics;
8.4.4. kultūrizglītīb: 18.104.22.168. art history;
22.214.171.124. Visual Arts;
126.96.36.199. artistic amateur classes. 9. General secondary education the programme content is determined by the following subjects: standard Latvian language and literature 9.1:9.1.1. Latvian language. General secondary education subject standard (annex 3);
9.1.2. Literature. General secondary education subject standard (annex 4);
9.2. the Latvian language and literature (minority education programs)-the Latvian language and literature (the minority education programmes). General secondary education subject standard (annex 5);
9.3. in the first and second foreign languages-foreign language. General secondary education subject standard (annex 6);
9.4. minority language and literature (the minority education programmes): 9.4.1. Minority language. General secondary education subject standard (annex 7);
9.4.2. Minority literature. General secondary education subject standard (annex 8);
9.5. History. General secondary education subject standard (annex 9);
9.6. the business economic fundamentals. General secondary education subject standard (annex 10);
9.7. Philosophy. General secondary education subject standard (annex 11);
9.8. Geography. General secondary education subject standard (annex 12);
9.9. Psychology. General secondary education subject standard (annex 13);
9.10. the policy and rights. General secondary education subject standard (annex 14);
9.11. The household. General secondary education subject standard (annex 15);
9.12. Health education. General secondary education subject standard (annex 16);
9.13. Sports. General secondary education subject standard (annex 17);
9.14. Mathematics. General secondary education subject standard (annex 18);
9.15. Data processing. General secondary education subject standard (annex 19);
9.16. Physics. General secondary education subject standard (20.);
9.17. Chemistry. General secondary education subject standard (annex 21);
9.18. Biology. General secondary education subject standard (annex 22);
9.19. Science. General secondary education subject standard (Annex 23);
9.20. The music. General secondary education subject standard (annex 24);
9.21. Cultural history. General secondary education subject standard (annex 25);
9.22. Logic. General secondary education subject standard (annex 26);
9.23. Ethics. General secondary education subject standard (Annex 27);
9.24. the history of Religion. General secondary education subject standard (annex 28);
9.25. Programming basics. General secondary education subject standard (annex 29);
9.26. technical graphics. General secondary education subject standard (annex 30);
9.27. Astronomy. General secondary education subject standard (annex 31);
9.28. Art history. General secondary education subject standard (Annex 32);
9.29. Visual Arts. General secondary education subject standard (Annex 33);
9. of Commerce (Honours) from. General secondary education subject standard (annex 34). 10. Educational institution of the General secondary education programme can be implemented this provision in section 7 that no subjects, up to the general statutory teaching hours per day load and general secondary education programs. Educational institutions the following subjects in the development of standards independently and aligned with the national educational content. (Amended by regulation no BOM 25.06.2009.632) 11. All training programmes include the following topics: 11.1. health education;
11.2. environmental education;
11.3. vocational guidance. IV. Student obtain general secondary education assessment framework and procedures 12. Learners obtain general secondary education assessment framework are the following: 12.1. the principle of transparency and clarity-a subject standards are defined in the required subject contents and basic requirements of learners progress;
12.2. the principle of aggregation of achievement-for general secondary education is estimated by summing the achievements and understanding, memorizing knowledge use and creativity;
12.3. evaluation compliance-verification work in the final is given the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and skill all academic achievement levels appropriate for the evaluation of tasks, questions, examples and situations. The inspection organisation shall ensure adequate and objective assessment;
12.4 rating used to determine the way the principle of diversity-training achievements evaluation uses the written, oral and combined tests, individual and team achievement assessment and various tests;
12.5. the principle of regularity-learning outcomes are assessed on a regular basis to ensure that the learner acquired knowledge, skills, skills and develop future educational process;
12.6. the indispensability principles – the assessment the learner needs to get ratings on all education programs subjects and public trials, except those subjects and national tests, of which the learner is released. 13. The learner's academic achievements scored 10 balls scale (annex 35). 14. the national examinations for general secondary education is obtained: 14.1 14.1.1. Latvian language exam: and literature (sort by trainees who learn Latvian educational programmes);
14.1.2. Latvian language and literature (sort by trainees learning a minority educational programmes);
14.2. the exam in a foreign language;
14.3. exam education institutions within the education program in the appropriate direction of the compulsory subjects in the educational program in the amount of not less than 105 hours of training;
14.4. no less than two exams after the check teachers subjects of education in no less than 105 hours of training;
14.5. three offset mandatory subjects. 15. the State inspection of work material content of Latvian language (except foreign language exams and exam minority language and literature). 16. Centralized examinations student learning achievements evaluated six levels (A, B, C, D, E, F (A) level-the highest level (F)-the lowest level) and general secondary education certificate shall also indicate the percentage of ratings for each part of the exam. 17. the National Centre for education content can be likened to other institutions organised the exam results the centralised examination levels if there is agreement with the institution, which is a specific exam implementer. Comparison algorithm is determined by the expert opinion that a comparable exam program and content meets General standards of secondary education requirements in specific subjects. (Amended by regulation no BOM 25.06.2009.632) V. evaluation of the learning outcomes and methodological techniques of the form 18. Learner achievement are valued according to the resulting state general secondary education the basic principles and procedures of valuation. 19. the evaluation of the learning outcomes can be organized, written, oral, practical or combined form. 20. The assessment is integrative learning process of learners in the knowledge, skills, attitudes as well as the development of the educational process. 21. Training achievements scored: 21.1. educator everyday teaching and learning topics, courses, training of part of the semester, academic year or at the end of the training course;
21.2. learner, independent assessment of their achievements;
21.3. trainees, evaluating each others ' achievements;
21.4. educational administration;
21.5. educational administration;
21.6. the National Centre for education content. (Amended by regulation no BOM 25.06.2009.632) 22. Learning outcomes assessment methodological techniques are as follows: 22.1. ievadvērtēšan training process before the start of the subject or subjects of the learning, determining student learn the knowledge and skills, to make a decision on the learning process;
22.2. the current evaluation, determining student achievement to improve them during the training process, coherent learning process, learning objectives and teaching methods used, mutual consistency, encourage student self-evaluation skills and responsibility;
22.3. robežvērtēšan determining learner achievements before closing the checks;
22.4. final evaluation, determining student knowledge and skills level, semester, academic year, course, educational level in the end. 23. the evaluation of the learning outcomes in the form of methodological techniques, culminating in amount, number, period of performance, and evaluation criteria determine the learning achievement evaluation analyst, in the light of the subjects and the contents of education implemented the General secondary education programme. Vi. Closing questions 24. With 2008/2009 school year to establish mandatory centralized exam in mathematics. 25. With the 2008/2009 school year to determine that the learner chooses to not less than one exam subjects of education in no less than 105 hours of training. 26. by 30 august 2007 the subject "Informatics" is named "Business Informatics". Its content is determined by the provisions of annex 19-"informatics. General secondary education standard "subjects. 27. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 5 December 2000, the provisions of no. 463 "provisions on State general secondary education standard" (Latvian journal, 2000, 473./476.nr.). Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and Science (B). the Rivž annex 1: Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 of the General secondary education programme main objectives under tasks 1. to ensure the learners with the knowledge and skills and promote the diverse learners into lifelong learning, the main tasks are the following: 1. provide relevant knowledge, develop abilities and skills in learners selected general secondary education;
1.2. to encourage the activities of the General intellectual skills;
1.3. to develop the desire and skill development;
1.4. build skills to plan the direction of life according to their abilities and aspirations;
1.5. developing skills considered to be informed on its own expertise, reach and results of the measures notified.
2. to promote the development of the learner mentally and physically developed personality and create awareness about healthy lifestyles, the main tasks are the following: 2.1 improve aesthetic perception, encourage creative activity and develop creativity;
2.2. improve Latvian language (according to the learner's choice-also in minority languages) and language skills;
2.3. to present the Latvian and world cultural heritage and natural values;
2.4. provide opportunities to engage in artistic amateur;
2.5. promote physical development.
3. to promote the learner positively critical and socially active attitude and create a Latvian citizen awareness of rights and obligations, the main tasks are the following: 3.1 ensure systematic conception on public social economic and political structure and progress of the process in modern society;
3.2 build skills to participate in the processes of civil society within a positive and respectful attitude towards oneself and others;
3.3. promoting Latvia's socio-economic progress in understanding the European and world context;
3.4. to improve the understanding of sustainable development and its relation with environmental, economic and social processes;
3.5. educating in the field of human rights.
4. To cultivate the learner the ability independently to learn and develop, as well as motivate life-long learning and career, the main tasks are the following: 4.1 develop self-control, self-evaluation and self-discipline skills, self-esteem and responsibility;
4.2. to ensure the acquisition of skills and competences for working with information and communications technologies;
4.3. to promote independent life in society the necessary moral value formation;
4.4. improving capacity to analyse, understand and evaluate yourself, nature and society held in the processes. Minister of education and science Rivž B, annex 2 to the Cabinet of Ministers on 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 of the General secondary education programme directions in specific tasks 1. Mainstream direction-specific tasks are: to provide basic 1.1 and skills in all areas of the education subjects;
1.2. developing an interest for various human activities and scientific directions;
1.3. to ensure each learner prepare for continuing training.
2. the Humanitarian and social tasks are specific to the direction the following: 2.1 enable extended and in-depth mastering social studies subjects;
2.2. provide opportunities to broaden and deepen to learn language;
2.3. improving skill in today's society-oriented socioeconomic relations; a kajās
2.4. to ensure an in-depth understanding of the Latvian people and other peoples culture cultural European and world context;
2.5. to enhance the competitiveness of trainees in the humanities and social studies.
3. Math, science and technical direction-specific tasks are the following: 3.1 to deepen knowledge and understanding of the general nature of the interrelations and their role in human society, and to promote the diversity and unity of nature cognition;
3.2. improve the skills and experience of the experimental work, encourage research activities, deepening theoretical knowledge and skills in mathematics and science subjects;
3.3. to provide opportunities to learn the language of mathematics and Informatics of the technological, social and dabaszinātnisk process modelling and forecasting;
3.4. promoting competitiveness in science trainees, engineering, agricultural sciences, health sciences and other relevant course studies.
4. The professional direction-specific tasks are the following: 4.1 provide the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills and competences both in mainstream and with relevant professional orientation subjects;
4.2. create motivation to professional career choice;
4.3. to enhance the competitiveness of trainees in further vocational learning. Minister of education and Science (B). the Rivž annex 3 Cabinet 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 Latvian language. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to nurture in the learner's consciousness about the Latvian language as the value of a nation's cultural basis of existence, the human personality of the Builder, the desire to identify and develop their own language, as well as defend the Latvian language precision, purity and enrichment law society.
2. the tasks of the subjects are: 2.1 improve student English expression, nurture them ready to join actively in the Latvian language as the State language law and full use of all areas of life;
2.2. improve student in communication skills, linguistic skills, logical, and grammatically accurate lexical express thoughts, feelings, and want it in the Scriptures as spoken;
2.3. strengthening in pareizrun trainees, orthography and punctuation skills, systemic Phonetics and grammar knowledge;
2.4. provide students with a basic knowledge of the Latvian language as the language of systems, the designation and location of Indo-European language family of Latvian language development pamatposm, the Latvian language as the unique value all human culture;
2.5. develop language skills assessment.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Phonetics, grammar, ortoēpij, Ortho grāfij, punctuation: Phonetics, morphology of 3.1 and syntax concepts;
3.2. the concept of ortoēpij. Syllable, the types of syllables. Syllables, tone concept. The word emphasis. Speech intonation: pause, the accent, the melody of a sentence;
3.3. the concept of orthography. The main principles of orthography. The spelling of various words of speech;
3.4. the concept of punctuation. Punctuation. The types of punctuation. Punctuation at the end of the sentence, just put in a sentence-sentence paragraph, between the parts of a compound sentence. Use specific punctuation marks.
4. the Lexicology, lexicography, phraseology: 4.1, Lexicology, lexicography, vocabulary, frazeoloģism and the concept of loģij fraze;
4.2. the Word as the basic unit of language;
4.3. the meaning and form of the name;
4.4. words with multiple meanings;
4.5. clarification of the meaning of words in dictionaries and context;
4.6. main dictionary types;
4.7. Dictionary layout, how to use them;
4.8. the word emotional and stylistic hue;
4.9. the terms;
4.10. borrowed, internationalism and barbarism;
4.11. synonyms, opposite, homonymous;
4.12. Latvian language in general use in the specific words and lexical strata (fossil Word, jaunvārd, apvidvārd, professionalism, žargonism).
5. Linguistic culture of communication: the language of the culture concept 5.1;
5.2. language and individual;
5.3. role of language cultural human and cultural development in all Nations;
5.4 literary language use in speech and writing;
5.5. the literary writing style concept, characteristics;
5.6. the structure of the text and signs;
5.7. the text in the correct formation;
5.8. the word choice. The word correct sastatījum sentence. Their compatibility as to the meaning and form. Binding the choice of measures;
5.9. the word order variations of stylistically conditional;
5.10. the position of the words in the sentence compound;
5.11. peculiar errors linking words and text. The same grammatical form of reasoned not sealing options for prevention. Frāžainīb, verbiage and not motivated tautological. Worn sayings and too general meaning of the word replacement. Style pelēcīgum management capabilities.
6. General findings about language: 6.1. Linguistics, Linguistics term key sectors;
6.3. language origin and evolution;
6.4. the Indo-European language family;
6.5. White, white. Latvian language;
6.6. the establishment in writing. The main script. Alphabet;
6.7. the literary language concepts. Literary language norm concept;
6.8. the Latvian literary language and dialect;
6.9. the Latvian literary language creation and development. Latvian language in common;
6.10. the national language. Vairākvalodīb.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 7. Phonetics, grammar, ortoēpij, Ortho grāfij, punctuation: 7.1 phonetically analyzes the Latvian language sounds;
7.2. morphological analysis of Latvian language words;
7.3. the syntactic analysis of sentences Latvian language;
7.4. the correct talk Latvian language texts;
7.5. correctly writes the words and word forms, base their spellings;
7.6. the proper use of punctuation, justify their use.
8. the Lexicology, lexicography, phraseology: 8.1 determine word meanings, check out the word after the word meanings, emotional and stylistic purposes;
8.2. clarification of internationalism, term and other less known word meanings;
8.3. use synonyms and antonyms in the text according to the purpose of the izsacījum;
5.2. recognize various lexical layers, place selected for the talks and articles.
9. the Linguistic communication culture: 9.1 formed their own language as spoken, so the articles according to the language of the culture conditions;
9.2. determines the style of text, use the appropriate language style in various speeches and articles;
9.3. form the text with proper construction conditions of the text;
9.4. designate the text content and style appropriate words, associate them in meaningful sentences in the text;
9.5. Latvian language uses words and sentence parts in the correct order, depending on the language style of the models;
9.6. the right text in error, prevents the typical boilerplate;
9.7. Article domrakst;
9.8. analyse your classmates wrote and domrakst content and language;
9.9. writes the paper and reads it.
10. General opinions about the language: the language of judge 10.1 public character, its provenance and the development of linguistic diversity. Aware of the Latvian language language family;
10.2. knowingly used incorrect Latvian literary language;
10.3. register a dialect differences and evaluates their wealth;
10.4. the respect and pride of Latvia State language, and sparing it. Minister of education and Science (B). the Rivž annex 4 Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 literature. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to create humane, free, highly moral and spiritual personality with its own rich national self-esteem; learners will nurture artistic and educate, cultivate literary taste, enhance their aesthetic cultural level.
2. the subject of the task is: to create in 2.1 understanding literature as a specific art form with a singular ability to incorporate people's feelings and thoughts to the world, to create a literary taste;
2.2. create a student understanding of Latvian literature in place the nation's spiritual life and the total kultūrain in the literary process in connection with the development of the world literature;
2.3. to assist learners learn increasingly more complete knowledge of the nature of the fiction, the genre of the various terms of the artistic nature of the design, to contribute to the daiļdarbo artistic value;
2.4. improve student skills in speech and expression, the skill independently judge the cultural developments, encourage creativity;
2.5. to create the conditions to be a learner needs to be regularly included in cultural life with both rated and active participation.
II. Subject to the minimum content of world literature 3:3.1 the world insight in literature, authors and works that are closely associated with the development of Latvian literature;
3.2. the notion of ancient Oriental literature, ancient culture and literature, medieval culture and literature;
3.3 Renaissance and its literature;
3.4. installation of the era's literature;
3.5. the development of European literature of major trends in the 19th century;
3.6. a literature major 20. the trend of a hundred in the first half and second half.
4. the development of Latvian literature: literature in Latvian pirmsnacionāl 4.1 to the middle of the 19th century;
4.2. the Latvian literature of the 19th century in 50-80 years. Jaunlatvieš movement. The beginnings of the Latvian theatre;
4.3. the Latvian literature in the late 19th century and the 20th century's first decades;
4.4. the Latvian literature 20 and 30 years. The main trends and trademark prose, poetry, drama;
4.5. the Latvian literature 40 and 50 years;
4.6. the Latvian literature 60-80s;
4.7. review of major Latvian literary trends of the late 1980s and 90s Latvian literature-prose, poetry, drama.
5. Terms as the word art: 5.1. literature idea of the process. Latvian literature and world literary process;
5.2. the greatest masters of the arts of the word personality and her contribution to literature and the nation's spiritual life;
5.3. the literary content and been daudzslāņainīb;
5.4 literature theory questions – to make the feature work of art perception. Realistic and romantic world view and modern trends in fiction. Understanding the genre well. Image type character. The motive, the problem. In terms of language imaginative and special syntactic expression;
5.5. the work library, bibliography and reference literature;
5.6. the latest literature periodicals and books.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 6. Latvian literature focuses on development, major and daiļdarbo, autoro see Latvian literature relates to developments in the world of literature.
7. Independent and targeted the right and correct language (spoken and written) valued writer of individual jobs, work as a whole and individually read the literature.
8. the Focus in content daudzslāņainīb. See the greatest writers (poets, playwrights) job challenges and artistic originality.
9. Use the experience of literature theory knowledge fictional perception.
10. the Focus in the bibliography, works in a library, use the reference literature. Synopsis and form a thesis.
11. systematic follow literary life through periodic expenses.
12. the perception of the writer's position, in terms of aesthetic ethical ideal; the receiver of the feedback the deplorable treatment of the (aesthetically appraised her judgments – such as the beautiful, the sublime, comical, tragic).
13. in terms of the Perceived as the name of a specific work of art. Create imaginative narration in words or writing terms artistic values. Feel the terms of patos (intonation), understand the writer's artistic intentions. Expressive reading, recites his terms or its fragment.
14. Literatūrteorētisk and logically grounded in ideological terms describe the artistic quality (also the writer's personality, values, literary developments).
15. Read fiction, enhances your mental world. Minister of education and Science (B). the Rivž annex 5 cabinet 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 Latvian language and literature (the minority education programmes). General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to develop student skills in Latvian language as a second language, to promote the integration of the trainees into Latvian society and create a foundation for education.
2. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner opportunity: 2.1. communication and information free of perceptions;
2.2. create awareness of Latvian language system to ensure correct utterances in speech and writing;
2.3. to promote respectful treatment of the Latvian language as the State language.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Listening, reading, speaking, writing: 3.1 speech perception hearing;
3.2. monoloģisk speech;
3.3. dialoģisk speech;
3.4. the printed and handwritten text reading;
3.5. Notes, retelling writing;
3.6. various notes-text retelling, plans, findings of the building;
3.7 domrakst, applied article writing.
4. Language training: 4.1 determine word meanings depending on another random heart elements, word forms, context;
4.2. Latvian language-words and sentence structures-both similar and different compared with the minority language;
4.3. imaginative language, darījumvalod, literary and colloquial language.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 5. Listening, reading, speaking, writing: 5.1 understand a teacher's narration or read, classmates or other person speak, sound recordings, television and radio broadcasts (not less than 5 min). Understand the talk of the replica of the partners;
5.2. the Latvian language, using the read and learn the language. Tell about read (training book or papildliteratūr, newspaper, magazine), on the streets or in other places (TV, radio), teaching lessons this, Museum or exhibition see. Utterance duration-3-5 min;
5.3. the reply to the questions and the other question, its request, invitation, give advice, assessment, acceptance or rejection;
5.4. participates in dialogue with teachers and classmates on municipal, cultural, artistic and socio-political topics, defend, justify it. Independently create a replica of the dialogue (7-8 replica);
5.5. reading and discussion topics on read: 5.5.1. Latvian folklore and traditions;
5.5.2. three Latvian people's history of the awakening;
5.5.3. cultural development and features of the Latvian Saeima;
5.5.4. the Earth as the value of English life;
5.5.5. Latvian language, its development and status;
5.5.6. Latvian literature and periodicals;
5.5.7. major Latvian writers and poets: personality, her oeuvre, the material works;
5.6. the topic of conversation: 5.6.1 a national symbol of the Republic of Latvia;
5.6.2. current events in public life;
5.6.3. the environmental problems in our lives;
5.6.4. latviskum, Latvian environmental importance in your life;
5.6.5. spiritual life today;
5.6.7. radio and television broadcasting;
5.6.8. the Latvian art and you;
5.6.9. architecture and sculpture;
5.6.10. Latvian theatre;
5.6.11. the Latvian cinema;
5.6.12. Latvian music for classical and stage;
5.6.13. Song Festival;
5.6.14. popular traditions in Latvia daiļamat;
5.6.15. rights and obligations of young people;
5.6.16. the education system in Latvia;
5.6.17. your interests and possible areas of activity;
5.6.18. youth and technique;
5.6.19. youth recreational facilities;
5.6.20. relations between young people. Generational relations;
5.7. reading independently books and other texts, understand their content without using a dictionary or dictionary. Independent use of bilingual dictionaries and explanatory;
5.8. creating different notes-text retelling, plans, findings;
5.9. write a letter, telegram, application, advertising text, fill in the form of documentation. Express your attitude about life, read the offer in writing. Sort darījumrakst, write a short paper, picture, or description of the situation.
6. Language training: 6.1 use prior knowledge and skills in the analysis of the composition of the word and the word of making;
6.2. determine the meaning of the name (their perception) by context and some elements of another random heart freely oriented deklinējam and konjugējam the name of their separation form the signs used in dictionaries;
6.3. understands the different meanings of words (homonyms), use synonyms, antonyms and homonyms, understands their meaning by context;
6.4. use independently acquired knowledge, skills and competences word forms and their involvement in the talks and articles;
6.5. different imaginative language of the darījumvalod, a literary language from colloquial. Minister of education and Science (B). the annex 6 Rivž Cabinet 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 foreign language. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to encourage learners listening, reading, speaking and writing skills and the proper use of language.
2. the tasks of the subjects are: 2.1. language communication skills in all languages;
2.2. full knowledge of foreign language acquisition patterns and usage functions;
2.3. knowledge acquisition in its continuation.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Language skills: listening, reading, speaking, writing.
4. Language usage: pronunciation and intonation.
5. Language functions: text, sentence, Word.
6. the conversational topics: closer and more distant surroundings, environment, household and culture; travel in Latvia and outside Latvia, acute problems of our and other countries.
7. Means of communication: speech patterns and expressions.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 8. practical use of natural language communication process in key speech activities.
9. Listening: understand and perceive information 9.1, different text types;
9.2. answer questions;
9.3. specifying the information asks;
9.4. is your rating.
10. Reading: 10.1 free, intonatīv and phonetically correct read text;
10.2. retrieve the information using different types of reading (review and screening);
10.3. read an unfamiliar text;
10.4. appreciate facts, events, main idea;
10.5. read the text and answer questions;
10.6. able to analyze the specified text fragments;
10.7. translated text specified the correct native language;
10.8. read different genres of content and texts;
10.9. is your attitude.
11. Speaking: 11.1. can use the grammar structure, they combine;
11.2. asks, clarify information;
11.3. types of phonetic, grammatical and lexical correct utterances;
11.4. the launch and maintain a conversation, give his opinion previously unplanned, spontaneous speech;
11.5. repeat read information sensibly, logically justified;
11.6. take part in the discussion;
7.3. the argument in your mind;
11.8. commenting, analyzes it or read;
7.4. can use not verbālo means.
12. Language use: 12.1. managing the language spelling rules;
12.2. the various content and genre texts learning conversational topics.
13. writing: 13.1. pareizrun standards followed;
13.2. type text, on account of its characteristics (topic, text type, connectedness, the whole);
13.3. creating different styles of text;
13.4. create simple and compound sentences;
13.5. understands and respects the grammar of legality;
13.6. respect the orthography;
8.5. knows and correctly used the word's grammatical forms.
14. the intercultural aspect: the study of a foreign language speaking 14.1. the sociocultural aspects of land;
14.2. understand and evaluate common and distinct peoples lives;
14.3. receives and uses the information to their personal growth. Minister of education and Science (B). the Rivž annex 7 Cabinet 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 minority language. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to develop the learner's mother tongue as a spiritual and intellectual self-development and self-realization of competency in today's multilingual society.
2. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner opportunity: 2.1. systematize knowledge about language;
2.2. create a picture of native stylishly functional richness and its place among the other languages;
2.3. improving the culture of communication, the spoken and written speech culture;
2.4. develop language sense and aesthetic tastes.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Speech culture basics: 3.1 ortoēpij rules and rules variants;
3.2. lexical rules and rule variations;
3.3. morphological rules and rule variations;
3.4. syntax rules and norms.
4. Rhetoric: rhetoric and antique 4.1 recent rhetoric, rhetoric in the criteria for evaluation;
4.2. the communicative situation and its components;
4.3. language and speech, speech activity;
4.4. speech etiquette;
4.5 public speaking rhetoric;
4.6. the discussion of rhetoric.
5. in terms of linguistic text analysis: 5.1 language in terms of literary text;
5.2. the linguistic commenting;
5.3. basic text: Phonetics, morphology, vocabulary, another random heart, syntax.
6. Basic knowledge of the language: the language of 6.1 social character and language functions;
6.2. phoneme by phoneme characteristics;
6.3. morpheme, Word composition;
6.4. the word root, root tips, another random heart techniques;
6.5. name the main principles of the classification;
6.6. the grammatical meaning of the expression techniques;
6.7. speech, their grouping principles;
4.2. syntactic connections, syntax unit, the sentence;
6.9. the like and different mother tongues and the Latvian language, the language of the system.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 7. Speech culture basics: 7.1. correct words seem accent and properly used;
7.2. determine the name of the word semantics, lexical-saistāmīb;
7.3. right down talking synonyms, homonyms, paronīm, meaningful words, jaunvārd, fossil Word, plain speech, borrowed words, professionalism, žargonism, frazeoloģism;
7.4. use proper noun, number, fold category;
7.5. correctly consists of comparative adjective forms and degrees of adjective short form;
7.6. the right way and use number words, pronouns, verb forms;
7.7. know how to reconcile the authors and the subject of the sentence, the adjective and the word ';
7.8. know how to properly use savrupinājum;
7.9. know how to properly use direct speech and transform it into indirect speech;
7.10. working with dictionaries of various types: ortoēpij, interpretative, etymology, phraseology, foreign words, synonyms dictionary;
7.11. know how to edit the text.
8. Rhetoric: 8.1 analyzes the communication situation, taking into account the criteria of rhetoric;
8.2. the particular situation of communication;
8.3. valued the speech behavior of conformity communication situation, identifying the purpose and implementation of communicative;
8.4. the various genres of oral statements, taking into account the situation of communication;
5.3. manages the reflexive, not reflexive and active listening techniques;
8.6. the dialogue under the participate in the ethics rules and laws;
8.7. the various genres of written statements, taking into account the specific characteristics of the situation of interaction;
5.5. can choose communications appropriate to the situation of reading;
8.9. understands that there is a conceptual interrelationship between the parts of the text, the text above the article and the link highlighted;
8.10. appreciate the speech behavior of political correctness, to drive the dialogue;
8.11. prepare and make public their speech according to the oratory art legality and techniques;
8.12. appreciate your public speaking performance;
8.13. participate in discussions, following the constructive discussions logical and ethically logical due diligence.
9. In terms of linguistic analysis: 9.1. know terms text-word art-main features;
9.2. can create terms text comment using dictionaries and reference literature;
9.3. see text sound repetition and can reveal the mākslin of the femur resulting effect;
9.4. understands the word inner form of change, can they be explained;
9.5. can explain, what does the morpheme to utterance repetition;
9.6. can combine one thematic field names, define key words;
9.7. in the text various of the same character and explains it raksturotājvārd;
9.8. sees patterns between the text of the speech, used in gramatiskaj categories and the text sets out the form, the topic and the idea;
9.9. explains what is the sentence structure, the length of the link with the topic of the text and ideas;
9.10. explains what is one kind of syntactic structures, the role of repetition in the text;
9.11. can make a fragmentary and complete poetry and prose of the linguistic analysis of the text.
10. Basic knowledge of the language: 10.1. understands that the language has a social nature that language is a system of knowledge;
10.2. determine the phonemes, phonetic variants;
10.3. can make a name in the morfēmisk analysis;
10.4. another random heart able to take the analysis;
10.5. one word different meanings, synonyms, homonyms, antonyms, historism, arhaism, dialektism;
10.6. determine the grammatical meaning and the expression techniques;
10.7. speech, it determines the semantic, morphological and syntactic features;
10.8. able to take the words, simple and compound sentence analysis;
10.9. knows the mother tongue and the Latvian language general characteristics according to their structure, genealogical classification;
10.10. know how to find, fix, and clear the error incurred by Latvian language influences. Minister of education and Science (B). the annex 8 Rivž Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 minority literature. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to develop student skills to perceive as art, literature, popular culture, the mental part of special communication and understand the importance of literature in his creative development.
2. the tasks of the subjects are: 2.1 to learn the source of their system on the literature as part of world literature, based on the title of the text;
2.2. create a picture of the historical process of the development of the literature;
2.3. improving the work of literary analysis and interpretation skills;
2.4. develop cognitive curiosity, creativity, imaginative thinking, emotional world and scoring skills.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Literature as art forms and cultural components of perception: theories of literature 3.1 basic concepts: the art of image and the type of character in terms of the historical and the most superhuman role by idea and its implementation features, terms, the story concerns and composition, language and style;
3.2. main stages of the history of literature, art and direction;
3.3. the art of cognitive categories and the main aesthetic features: the beautiful and the ugly, tragic and comic, vērtīborientēt representation of the world, emotionally imaginative depiction of the world.
4. Terms perception and evaluation: 4.1. form and content of the terms;
4.2. the terms of fable, story, and composition;
4.3. the terms artistic time and space;
4.4. thematic issues and terms;
4.5. the poetic and prose works.
5. Creative activity, speech development: 5.1 terms analysis and interpretation;
5.2. plan, thesis, synopsis writing;
5.3. the involvement and consultation of disputo terms;
5.4. terms of your opinion argumentēšan, using various techniques;
5.5. speaking with papers and reports on topics of literature;
5.6. create your own text on problems related to read the terms.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 6. Literature as art types and cultural components of perception: 6.1. understands the concepts of literary theory and used it, analyzing, assessing and interpreting literary works;
6.2. knows the most important period of the history of literature, the nature of his ethnic group in the development of the literature;
6.3. can be associated with the literary works of art and direction;
6.4. is the notion of artistic inquiry the main characteristics and aesthetic categories.
7. Terms perception and evaluation: 7.1 understands job content and the logic of unity;
7.2. can be judged in terms of content components: subject, nature, conditions, problems, ideas;
7.3. understand what is the difference between fable and the storyline;
7.4. can determine the composition of the work elements;
7.5. pr work to distinguish generalized and specific time and space, understands their role in the text;
7.6. can identify and articulate large topics and terms;
7.7. know how to distinguish between the tropical and stylistic figures, understands their role in the text.
8. Creative activity, speech development: 8.1. able to consider a terms as a whole, using acquired theoretical knowledge;
8.2. know the interpretation of the terms of the main types and choose the ones that seem the most interesting in itself;
8.3. know how to write various types of plans, thesis, synopsis;
5.2. create your texts on problems related to read the terms, base their views;
5.3. giving a paper and reports on topics of literature;
8.6. engage the literature and art and the discussion on these areas. disputo Minister of education and science of 9 Rivž. B. Annex Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 history. General secondary education subject standard I. Generic question 1. General secondary education course "history" contains the Latvian, European, world history from the prehistoric times of les's until today, in addition to the Latvian history topics should be allowed no less than 1/3 of the total number of hours of history. Each period (ancient, middle, new and last time) to produce three main issues: a national scope and equipment of national political development; environment, human economic activity and community structure; lifestyle, social and political thought.
II. Subject to the objectives and tasks 2. Subject aims to develop the personal, national, governmental and European identity, learning the world, European and Latvian historic development, to build a democratic, tolerant and loyal non-minded personality.
3. the subject of the task is to create the opportunity for learners: 3.1. develop analytical and action skills and release skill history sources, literature, reference materials and statistical analysis to be able to independently and argued to explain historical developments, the same search and apply knowledge about the relationship between past and present;
3.2. to develop the personal, national, governmental and European identity, learning the world, European and Latvian historical development; to build a democratic, tolerant and non-loyal minded personality;
3.3. to provide knowledge and create awareness of the major world, European and Latvian history events, causality, processes and public bodies;
3.4. create awareness of historical progress in all areas of life: for example, policy, culture, farm household, religion, to encourage thinking about your personal and personality of each location and role in the history of the process;
3.5. create the notion that historical knowledge gives understanding about possible past, present and future company development alternatives.
III. minimum content of the subjects 4. Prehistory: 4.1 the concept of prehistoric times;
4.2. the periodizācij of society and human history;
4.3. early human lifestyle and culture;
4.4. "not olītisk revolution";
4.5. the most significant stages of the prehistoric times the territory of Latvia.
5. The ancient times: 5.1 the concept of ancient history;
5.2. location of ancient time in human history;
5.3. the earliest civilization in Mesopotamia and Egypt;
5.4. the company and public administration structure in ancient Eastern civilization;
5.5. the ancient Eastern civilizations contribution to human history;
5.6. the ancient world origin and development;
5.7. the Greek policy, its governmental and public bodies;
5.8. The Macedonian Alexander the great and hellēnisk of the world;
5.9. The Roman Republic;
5.10. Roman society and law;
5.11. the Roman conquests and the Roman Empire;
5.13. antique world investment in human history.
6. Middle Ages: medieval history 6.1 concept;
6.2. the medieval site of human history;
6.3. the great nation of walking;
6.4. the medieval European political map and its changes;
6.5. fragmentation and centralization processes;
6.6. "viking age";
6.7. the crusade;
6.8. the medieval European society and its development;
6.9. the Christian Church and its role in the middle ages;
6.10. the farm and its development in medieval Europe;
6.11. the medieval town;
6.13. the company and the holding in the territory of Latvia until the 13th century;
6.14. Livonia, its "German-a German" society, politics and the economy.
7. New time: 7.1 new time history concept and place in the history of mankind;
7.2. the great geographic discoveries and their significance in world history;
7.3. the Renaissance;
7.4. the Reformation;
7.5. the new time European and world political map and its changes;
7.6. absolutism and the parliamentary system;
7.7. revolution and reform;
7.8. the ruling ideology and public political movements;
7.9. the new company and its development time;
7.11. the nation formation;
7.12. the enlightenment;
7.13. the farm and its development in the new times;
7.14. the industrial revolution;
7.15. the society, politics, and culture in the territory of Latvia Žečpospoļit, Sweden and Russia in May and to the Principality of Courland;
7.16. the establishment of the Latvian cultural heritage in the region;
7.17. the first national awakening. Jaunlatvieš;
7.18. the modernisation of society in Latvia.
8. the last time (20th-21st century): 8.1. recent history concept;
8.2. the recent a place in the history of mankind;
8.3. world political map and its changes;
8.4. the first world war;
8.5. Europe in the interwar period;
8.6. the second world war;
8.7. colonial meltdown;
8.8. the two socio-economic system after the second world war and the collapse of the Socialist system;
8.9. political regimes;
8.10. the major international organisations and security systems;
8.11. human economic activity and its impact on the environment; 8.12.20th-21st century society;
8.13. economic integration;
8.14. the ruling ideology. Communism and fascism, liberalism, conservatism;
8.15. the lifestyle and traditions of the 20th century. Cultural and subcultural development main routes;
8.16. the contemporary world of global problems;
8.17. the development of statehood in the 20th century;
8.18. the first world war in the territory of Latvia;
8.19. the establishment of the Republic of Latvia, its political, social, economic and cultural development;
8.20. the Nazi and Soviet occupation regimes in Latvia;
8.21. the independence of the Republic of Latvia;
8.22. the structure of society in Latvia and the Latvian nation's development;
8.23. the modern Latvian open issues.
IV. Requirements subject learning, finally 12. class history subject: 9 9.1. understand history as the past and science;
9.2. understands that any process of reflection of history is subjective;
9.3. the understanding of the history and literature of the subjective nature;
5.8. understand why community groups (nation, nation, social groups, etc.), history explains the different;
9.5. understands that the history of the concepts can be applied to a variety of explanations;
9.6. understands the problems associated with a complex historical situation description, interpretation and analysis;
9.7. understands the problems associated with attempts to provide explanations of the objectivity of history;
9.8. understands that the possible different history periodizācij;
9.9. know that every history has its own criteria for periodizācij;
9.10. able to analyze and compare the different historical events, processes, personality;
9.11. know how to use the history knowledge of the present (modern) in explaining and understanding;
9.12. knows and can use historical concepts;
9.13. able to analyze and explain the various historical sources and literature;
9.14. can the history of interpretation and the interpretation of the developments to use deductive and inductive methods;
9. can use a cartographic, statistical and sociological interpretation of the process of material history;
9.16. know how to build a thesis, reports and papers on the history of the selected subject;
9.17. able to justify their views, understanding that in the interpretation of history there is a diversity of views.
10. State and national political machine development: 10.1 understand the formation of national and valdniecīb conditions;
10.2. the various types of public administration structures and understand their development;
10.3. the various countries understand the type and diversity of political regimes, know it, and the main differences;
10.4. understands the major war, revolution, national liberation movement causes, causes and effects;
10.5. understands the country, especially the Empire, death causes and effects;
10.6. understands the political relations and resolving the consequences of different epochs, this way;
10.7. understands the public-political, military, ideological, religious and ethnic factors on the political map of Latvia the changes and impact on the political history of Latvia;
10.8. understands Latvia's place in the world in international developments;
10.9. understand modern international organization and safety system objectives, basic principles of action and role;
10.10. understands the political parties and public organizations of national role in political life;
10.11. understands the political development of the major trends in the history of mankind;
10.12. describe the most important political events, processes and intergovernmental relations of crossroads in human history;
10.13. the European and world political map, its key changes and what they mean in the modern political map formation process;
10.14. the public in a clear political, military, ideological, religious and ethnic factors on the European and world political maps and impact on national policies, and the relations between the countries.
11. environment and human economic activity: 11.1 11.1.1 structure: the company understands the human dependence on the environment of the prehistoric era;
11.1.2. understand human economic activity and environmental interactions of the historical era;
11.1.3. understands the historical developments from the geographical environment affect human to human impacts on the geographical environment; 11.1.4. understand the role of geographical environment of civilization in the process of formation and development, and various types of civilization;
11.1.5. understands the different civilizations of the mutual effects of exposure;
11.1.6. understands the nature of the ražotājsaimniecīb;
11.1.7. understands that the holding of various possible forms;
11.1.8. understands that the company can be divided into following the economic situation, the round (caste) affiliation, social status and other principles;
11.1.9. understands the causes of social differentiation;
11.1.10. understands the contrast between city and countryside;
11.1.11. understand science and invention effects on human economic activities;
11.1.12. understands the economic integration process in the world and economic processes impact on national policy;
11.1.13. understands the structure of society and farm development in Latvia;
11.1.14. understands the Latvian nation and nation-building and development;
11.1.15. explains the human origin hypotheses;
11.1.16. explains the growth in the number of people on the causes and consequences of the tubers in Latvia, Europe and the world;
11.1.17. describes the internal colonization of land and its impact on the geographical landscapes;
11.1.18. describes the migration of people in Europe;
11.1.19. knows the language of the European peoples and ethnic groups and understand their development;
understand the city as a 11.1.20. structure of the company;
11.1.21. explains the Division in Europe, the world and the place of Latvia;
11.1.22. featuring spectacular scientific breakthrough time and space;
11.2. lifestyle, social and political thought: 11.2.1. understands that human history been different views on Government and community "ideal model", and characterizes them;
11.2.2. understands the historical civilization and cultural contribution to the history of modern civilization;
11.2.3. understands the Christian teachings of basic knowledge;
11.2.4. understands the importance of political movements in history;
11.2.5. the global nature of the mythological understanding and most religious ethical teaching basics;
11.2.6. describes the lifestyle, traditions, and cultural developments in the history of mankind;
11.2.7. featuring major art and architectural direction of human history;
11.2.8. understands the human perception of time and space in different epochs;
11.2.9. describes the lifestyle, traditions, cultural and public local and regional differences;
11.2.10. describes the major socio-political movements, their causes, ideas, goals and results. Minister of education and Science (B). 10. Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 business economic fundamentals. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote socially active and educated personality formation, which, on the basis of economic interrelations, reasonable understanding of a democratic society in the ongoing economic and social processes, make full, active and living in modern society.
2. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner opportunity: 2.1. build for general secondary education according to the systematic picture of the progress of economic processes in society, improve student skills to properly use economic concepts and knowledge;
2.2. prepare for life in the modern mixed economy, develop the ability to make informed, educated and responsible decisions, which could provide a personal and public well-being;
2.3. to develop and improve integrated or general skills.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. object and nature of the economy.
4. Market demand, market supply and market price.
5. The consumer's role in the economy.
6. Introduction to the business.
7. the financing of the business.
8. Production and marketing (marketing).
9. the work resources.
10. market structure and competition.
11. Money and financial institutions.
12. The Government's role in a mixed economy.
13. economic stability.
14. International economic relations.
15. the economic problems and prospects.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 16. object and nature of the economy: 16.1 know concepts: Economics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, opportunity costs, production resources, production factors, economic system;
16.2. determine which are basic necessities-luxury goods;
16.3. the compromise choice;
16.4. determines the choice of alternative decisions;
16.5. form (constructed) the production possibility curve;
16.6. the different that studying microeconomics and macroeconomics by researching;
16.7. Basic, as in every economic system, economic issues are addressed;
16.8. able to lay down the economic system after some of their characteristic features;
10.5. can determine the factors of production used the appropriate method of payment;
16.10. the production resources, factors of production, goods (services) and cash flow model determines which depicted the production of resources, goods, services and cash flow;
16.11 understands society's sustainable development and economic relation.
17. Market demand, market, market price: 17.1. know concepts: market, demand, request by law, request, offer, offer flexibility in the law, offer flexibility, price, prices, floor ceiling;
17.2. able to predict how the prices increase (decrease) change requested and offered goods;
17.3. know how to transform the information about prices and required and the quantity of the item offered, tables of supply and demand, supply and demand graph;
17.4. know how to describe the situation on the market by the demand and supply schedules;
17.5. by the demand and supply schedules determined by the equilibrium price and its corresponding required and products;
10.9. of the following supply and demand curves calculated on the total revenue of the seller, if the price is different;
17.7. the calculation of demand and supply (price) elasticity coefficient;
11.1. the total revenue calculation, if given the flexibility factor of demand and price changes;
11.1. can predict how different circumstances, progress will affect the quantity of the item that was requested, request changes and bid price of market balance;
17.10. able to predict whether the market will have a surplus of goods, or goods was missing when the Government will intervene in the market mechanism;
17.11. know how to graphically depict the changes in supply and demand and determine how they affect the equilibrium price.
18. the role of the consumer in the economy: 18.1 know concepts: personal budget, Engel's law, consumer credit, insurance, consumer rights, the final and overall validity, the validity overall;
18.2. pr from more options to choose the cheapest credit;
18.3. pr from more opportunities more profitable to deposit money;
18.4. the total validity of the maksimalizē pr, if you know the final validity of each item.
19. the introduction in the course of trade: 19.1 know concepts: business; business, business person, book ing, balance sheet, profit and loss statements, profit, profit accounting, economic profit, the company's insolvency, reorganisation, bankruptcy, business plan;
19.2. able to lay down the legal form of the business;
19.3. the basis of each business skills in the legal form of the shortcomings and advantages;
19.4. can be grouped into the current balance sheet items liabilities and assets;
19.5. the calculation of accounting and economic profit.
20. Business financing: 20.1. know concepts: depreciation, loan, loans, the main securities, Exchange, leasing;
20.2. the different company's internal and external resources;
20.3. calculation of credit and leasing costs;
20.4. the calculation of simple and compound interest;
20.5. the stock market tables down the stock;
20.6. the calculation of the benefits from speculation in shares;
20.7. pr to choose the most profitable way of using the stock-speculating with shares or dividend.
21. Production and marketing (marketing): 21.1. know concepts: production, production costs, productivity, efficiency, profitability, marketing (marketing), advertising;
21.2. the ongoing production costs and variable costs;
21.3. the calculation in constant, variable, total, total and average costs;
21.4. the standing images, variable, total cost picture;
21.5. the schedules of cost determined or calculated costs;
21.6. the calculation of labour productivity and profitability;
21.7. able to take a decision on the continuation or termination of the production of knowledge goods, prices and cost of production;
21.8. the nature of the goods in the market and push their impact on customers.
22. resources: 22.1. know concepts: work resources, economically active population, employment, wages, unions, unemployment, Ouken, unemployment;
22.2. the labour resource demand forecasts, rising (falling) production or change in demand for the goods sector;
22.3. know how to identify which employee benefit wages, knowing the pay and the extreme value of the product manufactured;
22.4. able to introduce unemployment form after some essential features;
22.5. the calculation of the unemployment rate.
23. market structure and competition: 23.1. know concepts: competition, monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition full competition, natural monopoly, profit maksimalizēšan;
23.2. establish the company's operating conditions, if the industry is a monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition or competition;
23.3. the grounds for the most advantageous to the consumer is in full competition;
23.4. explains why going on big merger;
14.6. justify why allow some monopolies.
24. Cash and financial institutions to: 24.1. know concepts: money, inflation, bank, economy, Irving Fisher's equation, money demand, money supply;
24.2. different request from the cost inflation inflation;
24.3. predict what measures could reduce (increase) the cost inflation;
15.2. calculated inflation rate after the consumer price index;
15.2. determines the functions of the money taken in a particular case;
24.6. using Irving Fisher equation and change any parameter, predicts the price level changes, circulation of the necessary money, money circulation speed changes;
15.3. the calculation of cash deposits and Bank of Latvia the minimum reserve ratio may increase the amount of money in the banking system;
15.4. determines the changes in the purchasing power of money during the year to bring the rate of inflation;
15.5. determine who loses and who wins in unexpected inflation.
25. The Government's role in a mixed economy: 25.1. know concepts: taxes, direct and indirect taxes, Lorenz curve Lafēr curve, budget deficits, gross, net and real wages;
25.2. the different problems which can be solved and that the market should solve the State;
25.3. economic developments in society represented by a complete resource of production, factors of production, goods, services and cash flow model;
25.4. the calculation of taxes from wages and salaries;
25.5. after purchase calculates your purchases pay off the value, and the value added tax (VAT);
6. analyzes the budget.
26. economic stability: 26.1. know concepts: gross domestic product (GDP), gross national product (GNP), the national income (NI), the cycle in economic activity, investment, fiscal policy, monetary policy, Phillips curve;
26.2. the nature of the situation in the economy in each cycle phase of the activity;
26.3. the calculation of the GDP by expenditure and revenue;
26.4. the different monetary policy instruments of fiscal policy instruments;
26.5. the macroeconomic indicators determine whether countries had economic growth;
16.5. Basic, by any means possible to stabilize the economy during each cycle of the activity phase.
27. International economic relations: 27.1. know concepts: international economic relations, international trade, exports, imports, foreign trade balance, the absolute advantage, comparative advantage, customs, protectionism, currency;
27.2. determine whether the foreign trade balance is positive or negative;
27.3. determine that the manufacturer has the absolute advantage that comparative advantage and makes a decision about what to specialize in the manufacture of goods for each manufacturer, an item to export some import;
27.4. predicts, as trade barriers affect consumer and manufacturer benefits;
27.5. upon demand and supply schedules, prices and tariffs, determines the size of the import customs duty revenue, changes in production and consumption;
17.1. the basis of the exchange rate and the potential benefits to the consumer in the domestic manufacturer.
28. the economic problems and prospects: 28.1. know concepts: the economy, globalization, glokalizācij;
28.2. named Latvian the main economic problems;
28.3. the nature of key sectors of development;
28.4. the external economic environment, the importance of economic development in Latvia. Minister of education and science b. 11 Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 philosophy. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subjects seeks to provide a systematic view of the philosophical thoughts of the development of the world and in Latvia, developing independent thinking skills, and the ability for each learner to get their beliefs about the world in General, and your place in it.
2. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner the opportunity: to understand the philosophy and 2.1 philosophical originality of thinking and enhance rational and independent thinking skills, logical to judge and deduce, discern the relevant, understand the meaning;
2.2. require a knowledge of the philosophy of the use of a particular event, the type of analysis and evaluation, to link with the abstract, philosophical insights with dzīvesmāksl;
2.3. to be able to connect the intellectual, emotional and moral attitude to the world and fellow man;
2.4. requests see history, traditions and spiritual heritage in the presence of the present situation; to develop the ability to understand the philosophy of how personality and humanity of the peoples apjēgum the required form;
2.5. to develop the philosophical text reading and interpretation skills, learning to get into different cultural ways of thinking;
2.6. develop critical-thinking, dialoģisk and requires the doubt and overcome doubts in finding a solution to the problem, to create a democratic and tolerant attitude to other minded.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. General characteristics of philosophy: philosophical thinking diversity 3.1;
3.2. the role of human philosophy and public life;
3.3. the subject matter of philosophy and methods;
3.4. the philosophical directions, styles, concepts.
4. Look at the world in history: 4.1. different forms of thinking in East and West;
4.2. connection with the myth of philosophy;
4.3. philosophy in ancient India and China;
4.4. the philosophy of ancient Greece;
4.5. medieval philosophy in General;
4.6. philosophy and theology. Saint Augustine and Saint Thomas Aquinas Akvīn;
4.7. Renaissance philosophy of humanism and pantheistic;
4.8. lyric philosophy General characteristics;
4.9. philosophy with science development;
4.10. the reformed empiricism and rationalism;
4.11. enlightenment philosophy;
4.12. a late 19th century-early 20th century philosophy underlying trends (life philosophy and f. Nietzsche, positivism, logical positivism and linguistic philosophy, pragmatism, philosophical aspects of psychoanalysis, Phenomenology, Existentialism, hermeneutics, postmodernism, philosophy in the end).
5. Philosophical thought in Latvia: 5.1 folklore, mythology, folk citizenship;
5.2. foreign cultural and philosophical influence on philosophical thinking development in Latvia;
5.3 philosophy and Literature Association of the Latvian culture, philosophical reflection of Latvian literāt works;
5.4. the philosophical thoughts dating back in Latvia. The contribution of professional philosophers in the Latvian and European culture;
5.5. philosophy and religion relationship in Latvia;
5.6. the philosophy at the time of the Soviet occupation in Latvia;
5.7. the philosophy of modern Latvia.
6. The philosophical teachings of man, and Cognition: 6.1. existence and consciousness in the human world;
6.2 space and time; eternity and infinity; causality;
6.3. Human philosophical understanding; the human essence searches; body and soul;
6.4. the rational and irrational; proactive and emotional;
6.5. the problems of existence: life and death; be or belong to; freedom and responsibility;
6.6. the cognitive process and the concept of knowledge; understanding and intuition; concepts of truth;
6.7. the reality, rationality, relativity; scientific cognition structure;
6.8. personality and mass people.
7. The philosophical teachings of the culture, history, language and society: 7.1. cultural and religious philosophical aspect;
7.2. the philosophical understanding of history;
7.3. the language of philosophical insight (insight semiotics);
7.4. the public can philosophical understanding, ideology;
7.5. information age in philosophical perspective; communication;
7.6. the modern civilization's development prospects.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 8. Philosophy in General: 8.1 understands the philosophy of individuality;
8.2. the ability to discern the difference between mundane (practical), scientific and artistic judgment;
8.3. understand the relationship between knowledge and wisdom;
8.4. know the main direction of philosophy and modern guidelines;
8.5. know and know how to apply the key concepts of philosophy: philosophy, culture, paradigm, archetype, myth, idealism, materialism, empiricism, rationalism, humanism, monism, pluralism, rational, iracioanāl, immanent, transcendental, a_priori, object, subject, cognition, consciousness, unconsciousness, being, space, time, eternity, infinity, determinism, thinking, understanding, intuition, truth, man, spirit, soul, body, want, feel, life, death, freedom, responsibility, communication, history, language, sign, meaning, meaning, semiotics, value, evaluation, aksioloģij, society, humanity, power, ideology, civilization.
9. Look at the world in history: 9.1. main philosophy of history knows and can be viewed in the context of cultural history;
9.2. know each era's main core values;
9.3. know how to link the issues of history of philosophy with cultural forms and political history;
9.4. have studied the philosophy of the historical development process, its characteristics and importance of human spiritual development;
5.9. knows the key links in history and the most famous thinkers to matatziņ;
9.6. you know the main directions of modern philosophy;
9.7. can work with papildliteratūr.
10. the philosophical thought in Latvia: 10.1. aware of the philosophical ideas of the development of the history of Latvia;
10.2. can see aspects of the filozofisko and the vērtībnostādn philosophical thought in Latvia;
10.3. can show the philosophical thoughts of Latvia in association with European and world history of philosophy;
10.4. able to discuss case studies of the Latvian cultural life and see their solution;
10.5. can reveal your attitudes towards cultural and religious heritage, the national specificity, relationship with foreign cultures.
11. The philosophical teachings of man, and Cognition: 11.1. can create a philosophical view of themselves and their place in the world;
11.2. can you describe the modern Western philosophical framework for existence;
11.3. can be described in modern Western philosophy framework for symbolic reality, time, space, certificate;
11.4. able to analyze the life situation of existential, moral, aesthetic, ethical, social and communication point of view.
12. the philosophical study of culture, history, language and society: 12.1. can analyze the philosophical study of culture and history;
12.2. can analyze the philosophical study of language and society;
12.3. form a picture of society and culture, history and philosophical aspects of the language;
12.4. know how to use specific examples, analyzing the modern Latvian social life, culture, attitude to historical heritage and the role of language in society;
5. understand the historical, cultural and linguistic situation of the wide philosophical view, comparing the different cultural regions and vērtīborientācij.
13. the practice and exploratory activity skills in philosophy: 13.1. learn the free, independent and ethic-oriented thinking skills;
13.2. acquire skill to see the main diversity, understand, understand the meaning;
13.3. able to think critically, participate in discussions, create dialogue, to listen and to understand different points of view and arguments to defend your views;
13.4. can draw philosophical conclusions and use it in real life;
8.4. can analyze and interpret philosophical texts, reveal their relationship to the era's characteristics, as well as see the parallels with the current situation of contemporary culture historical issues. Minister of education and science b. Rivž 12. attachment Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 geography. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to encourage learners knowledge, skills for the modern world, ongoing natural, social, economic processes and their formation, geographical patterns of development.
2. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner opportunity: 2.1. improve knowledge of the modern world's territorial structure and regional, national geographic location;
2.2. to learn and understand the world of les demographic and social process of causation in relation to modern society's economic relations;
2.3. to learn to understand the disposition of natural resources and economic activities to development patterns in the world as a whole, in certain regions of the country;
2.4. acquire and develop practical and research activities skills geography;
2.5. to analyse, evaluate and be aware of human economic activities on issues of local, regional and global scale.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Knowledge and understanding of the territorial structure of the world and the region, the geographical distribution of countries: 3.1. breakdown of the regions of the world;
3.2. the world classification and typology;
3.3. progress in the modern world economic, social and political processes;
3.4. national cooperation organizations and their activities.
4. Knowledge and understanding of the world's demographic and social process of formation and development of the regions of the world, States: 4.1 population and its dynamics in regions, countries;
4.2. the reproduction of the population and the demographic transition theory;
4.3. the demographic structure of the population in the regions;
4.4. the social structure of the population;
4.5. the globe population, types of settlements;
4.6. the population migration, migration;
4.7. demographic policy.
5. understanding the world's natural resources, geographical location and economic development activities: 5.1 derives the modern world system and the fundamental principles of the Organization;
5.2. the primary sectors. Industry, their structure, resources and geographical location;
5.3. the secondary farm sector. Industry, their structure, resources and geographical location;
5.4. the world's modes of transport geography;
5.5. tourism resources, types, geography;
5.6. the production and social infrastructure;
5.7. international economic relations.
6. Practical and research activities in geography: 6.1. acquisition, evaluation and exploitation;
6.2. practical and research planning;
6.3. practical research activities and teaching techniques;
6.4. analysis of the information obtained;
6.5. the practical and research evaluation and presentation of results.
7. Understanding of society and the natural environment of the central problems: 7.1. natural disasters and human activities resulting in accident;
7.2. the crisis of natural resources;
7.3. global climate change;
7.4. the economic crisis in the world;
7.5. globalisation and world market;
7.6. State cooperation in conserving the natural environment towards sustainable development.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 8. Knowledge and understanding of the territorial structure of the world and the region, the national geographical location: 8.1 What is national breakdown by geographic location and by the size of the territory;
8.2. understand and apply concepts: developed countries, developing countries, gross domestic product (GDP), gross national product (GNP), the region, the enclave, possession, racism, apartheid, the UN, EU, NATO, OPEC;
8.3. understands the modern world tasks in the economic, social and political processes and know their geographical location;
8.4. the essential features of the developed and developing countries, the national level of economic development, using and analyzing different sources of information;
8.5. analyzes and compares the State of fizioģeogrāfisk, ekonomģeogrāfisk, political and geographical position;
8.6. in support of its view on the nature of international organizations and the participation of Latvia in the activities of the organization.
9. Knowledge and understanding of the world's demographic and social process of formation and development of the regions of the world, countries: 9.1 the reproduction of the population know the demographic indicators and understand the population demographic transition phase, citing examples in the countries;
9.2. understand and apply concepts: demo grāfij, depopulation, urbanization, agglomeration, megapol, emigration, immigration, repatriation, return migration, urbanization, rurbanizācij, the nation, the language family;
9.3. understand what is and what is the national demographic policy;
9.4. explains the world population causes unevenness and analyze settlements in certain regions of the country;
9.5. know more world agglomerations, and megapol valued city living environment; 9.6. understands the lifestyle of the population diversity and diversity, giving his views on people's lifestyles, traditions;
9.7. analyse and evaluate religious, ethnic content conflict causes and effects;
9.8. predicting demographic development in some regions of the country.
10. understanding the world's natural resources, geographical location and economic development activities: enlisting 10.1. know what is spatial (geographic) Division of labour, and understands the modern world holding the basic principles of the Organization;
10.2. understand and apply concepts: energy-intensive industry, fuel and energy balance, circulation of goods and passengers, specialization, cooperation, robotizācij, integration, similar agro climatic resources, intensive and extensive farming;
10.3. understands the energy structure and the impact of natural resources sector development;
10.4. analyse the impact of public investment in social and economic development and the impact of globalization on the world holding influencing factors;
10.5 describe the World Land Fund structure, regional location and evaluate the agricultural sector in certain regions;
10.6. explain transport system forming elements, the importance of national, regional and in the structure of the holding understand the impact of natural circumstances, the development of means of transport;
10.7. see differences commodity structure of exports and imports between developed and developing countries and the impact of State farm;
10.8. describe the importance of care state farm;
10.9. analyzes the food problems of regional differences and base their opinion on its solutions;
10.10. valued tourism development conditions in Latvia and the national tourism policy.
11. Practical and research activities in geography: 11.1 obtains information from various content maps, dictionaries, encikl, the pēdij, the media and the internet and can use it;
11.2. understand the graphical methods of different natural, social, economic processes and phenomena of the cards (mark, range, line, point, map the gramm);
11.3. appreciate the reliability of the information obtained and its usefulness and arrange them, creating different models;
11.4. the practical plans, research appropriate to its purpose and objective, choosing appropriate work practices;
11.5. using geographic content tasks, mathematical and statistical methods; calculate the birth rates, mortality and natural growth rate, net migration, trade balance, calculates the population density in the country, in the region;
11.6. using social research methods (surveys,!) and analyzes the results obtained;
7.3. create national, regional geographical description, a description of the object of tourism, a description of the problem, using the language of geography;
11.8. able to objectively assess their own and other student work done using geography terminology.
12. Understanding of society and the natural environment protection problems in the world: 12.1. know what's natural and man-made disasters, atmospheric pollution sources;
12.2. understand and apply concepts: seismic zone, Tornado, "the greenhouse effect", conditioning;
12.3. clear area of forest areas, desert areas, causes and consequences of enlargement regions of the world;
12.4. understanding of the individual inventory of natural resources scarcity problems, and alternative energy resources;
12.5. valued the Convention on climate change, on the diversity of biological resources and the significance of the essence;
12.6. valued natural disaster activities negative effects in developed and developing countries in the context of national development;
12.7. analyse the current society and the natural environment in the world, existing problems in the regions, countries and Latvia;
12.8. understands the nature of the sustainable development of society and the natural environment and aware of these interactions resulting from environmental problems. Minister of education and science B. 13. Annex Rivž Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 psychology. General secondary education subject standard I. Subject objectives and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote responsible, free, creative and active personality formation that, understanding the individual development patterns of socialization process, for the continuation of education Bezirksgericht or professional activities.
2. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner opportunity: 2.1. create awareness of psychology as a science and a science that develops, psychology, relationship to other sciences, practical applications of psychology and Psychology faculty;
2.2. to develop the ability to interpret and analyze yourself, get the knowledge of psychology to use adaptation processes to analyze conflicts and resolve them, use the knowledge in practice, get in touch, evaluate and use scientific information.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Psychology basics: 3.1 development history of psychology. The practical meaning of psychology;
3.2 personality and the surrounding world;
3.3. the emotions;
3.4. personal progress;
3.5. the intellect;
3.6 personality society: 3.6.1. man-a social creature;
3.6.2. the individual and the group.
4. Social Psychology basics: 4.1 social psychology as a science, of the generation and development of the sector and use;
4.2. personal development and social environment;
4.3. personality and others: 4.3.1. personality and group interactions;
4.3.2. interface basics of psychology;
4.3.3. insight into the conflict theory;
4.3.4. insight into the psychology of organizations.
5. The personality psychology: personality of 5.1 basic concept, its structure, principles and research methods;
5.2. personal development;
5.3. personal progress;
5.4. the personality characteristics of individuāltipoloģisk;
5.5. personality theories.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 6. Psychology basics: 6.1 know concepts: psyche, psychology, psychiatry, psihodiagnostik;
6.2. development psychology knows the history of the main stages of its development in relation to other sciences (philosophy, physics, chemistry, medicine);
6.3. know psychology research methods (descriptive, such as observation, questionnaires, tests-and experimental) and psychology oriented (practical and research);
6.4. know the central nervous system (CNS) fundamental principles of operation;
6.5. know concepts: temperament and feeling; I know the feeling, a feeling of general patterns (sensitivity, adaptation, compensation, convergence);
6.6. can describe their feelings;
6.7. know perceptual patterns; different time, space, and motion perception;
6.8. can distinguish perceptions from the picture;
6.9. can you describe the subject matter, a phenomenon, an event or personal data;
6.10. knows and can describe the types and characteristics of attention;
6.11. can analyze different characteristics of perception and attention to the importance of cognitive process;
6.12. able to analyze games and tests results and the nature of its focus features;
6.13. know memory memory processes and individual characteristics;
6.14. able to analyze games and tests results and describe the characteristics of your memory;
6.15. know concepts: emotions, mood, stress, frustration, afekt, psihosomatik, needs; know the types of emotion;
6.16. appreciates the positive and negative effects on the body's emotions;
6.17. know concepts: motivation, spirituality, vērtīborientācij, freedom of choice and responsibility; know the hierarchy of needs;
6.18. can distinguish the behavior of personal values, beliefs and convictions;
6.19. know how to express his needs and vērtīborientācij (after the test results);
6.20. know concepts: intellect, thinking, language, and cognitive development;
6.21. able to analyze intelligence and psychic processes test results;
6.22. can express his intellectual development problems;
6.23. know how to build the exposition, analyzing components: tempera, emotions, the file will, intellect, values;
6.24. know concepts: social environment, socialization, life crises, pašnovēr Brandenburg;
6.25. appreciates the social environmental impact on self esteem and sense of security;
6.26. know group; processes, patterns, social roles and status in the Group and management styles;
6.27. can analyze processes (such as family, class), to assess the role and status of their rapporteur group.
7. Social Psychology basics: 7.1. know what is sociālpsiholoģij, its practical importance;
7.2. know concepts: socialization, personality, social environment;
7.3. the nature of social environmental impact on the development of the personality;
7.4. appreciate social environment around him;
7.5. know concepts: small group, large group, Rapporteur Group, a leader in different roles and positions within the Group;
7.6. appreciate and analyze processes in a small group (such as a class, family), to assess the role and status of its Rapporteur Group;
7.7. know and understand the nature of access, function and meaning; communication barriers, verbal and nonverbal communication;
4.8. can do conversation with different people, to analyze the role and interaction of different position the business interfaces of aggressive or destructive interaction, using knowledge of nonverbal communication;
7.9. know and understand the nature and causes of the conflict, conflict resolution and discussion of laws;
7.10. able to analyze conflicts;
7.11. know how to manage the discussion, consultation;
7.12. know management functions, management styles, body types, understand and motivate work planning;
7.13. know how to plan your day, week, month, year;
7.14. able to plan what the Organization of the event (proceedings, responsibility, finances).
8. Personality Psychology basics: 8.1 the concept of personality, know its structure in different theories and personality research methods;
8.2. know how to explain the concept: human, individual, individuality, personality;
8.3. know how to compare the personality concept of understanding the social psychology and personality psychology;
8.4. knows the most important theory of personality development and personal development determinants;
8.5. can explain concepts: psychic development, crisis, adaptation, the confidence, the level of claims, the "I" concept, psychotherapy, psychiatry, neurosis, not irotism, depression, depressive state, psihopātij, psychiatric disease;
8.6. know where personality structure, where the hierarchy of types;
8.7. understands the interests essence, its formation;
8.8. know how to explain the concept: motive, motivation, needs, values, valuation, certainty, ideals, interests;
8.9. know how to compare the concepts of perfect and vērtīborientācij, meaning and sense;
8.10. know the nerve process characteristics: strength, balance, mobility; biological and social factors, education and the role of pašaudzināšan in writing, ability nature and ability levels of development;
8.11. can explain concepts: temperament, character, ekstraversij, intraversij;
8.12. pr using psychological methods of study results, determine your temperament type, and describe yourself, write an exposition;
8.13. know Freud, Jung, Adler, Fromm, Erikson, Roger, Maslow, Skinner, Berna theory basics;
8.14. knows the psyche, psyche structure functions, protection mechanisms, archetype theory;
8.15. know concepts: free associations, complexes, masochism, sadism, and stimulus and response;
8.16. know how to explain the concept: "id", "ego", the "superego", sublimation, projection, identification, libido, aggression, conformism, transaction, Behaviorism, cognitive, psychosocial;
8.17. able to analyze scientific papers tell fragments of one of personality theories, compare different personality theories. Minister of education and Science (B). Annex 14 Rivž Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 policy and rights. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject's goal is to create a positive, active, democratic, tolerant attitude towards society and develop an independent, critical, creative skills and analytical ability.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: create policy 2.1 and law the concept of the understanding and knowledge of specialized terminology for further studies;
2.2. provide systematic picture of the progress of the public policy process.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. policy concept, basic questions.
4. Political regimes.
5. Political history.
9. The Government's policy.
10. Participation Policy (civil society).
11. The political culture.
12. The transition to democracy in Latvia.
13. Latvia in international politics.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 14. policy concepts, concepts: 14.1 know concepts: social group, social pluralism, politics, administration, can;
14.2. what social groups in Latvia;
14.3. identify with certain social groups;
14.4. different social group from another (for example, biological);
14.5. define what is policy;
9.1. define what is administration;
9.1. define what is power;
14.8. different political relationships and activities of a non-political;
9.3. identifying the political relationships and developments current in society;
14.10. the basic policy need;
14.11. find examples of different types of policy history;
14.12. public opinion research carried out in a group;
14.13. list the political elements and organizes them in the system (the scheme);
14.14. understands the relation to social pluralism democracies;
14.15. understand the concept;
14.16. understands the concepts of governance;
14.17. understands the importance of compromise in various policy levels (from the lowest-local-to highest-level international relations).
15. political regimes: 15.1 know concepts: political regime, civil society, the State;
15.2. define the political regime;
15.3. identifies the Latvian political regime and justify your opinion;
15.4. basic democratic regime;
15.5. analyse the authoritarianism and totalitarianism emergence causes in Latvia;
15.6. the spread of democracy through the understanding of the Sun and its causes;
15.7. understands the link with democracy, a market economy;
15.8. understands the relationship with civil society more democratic regime;
15.9. to understand democracy as a process, rather than results;
15.10. understands the paradox of totalitarianism (why all the modes themselves declared Democratic).
16. Political history: 16.1 know concepts: social contract theory, socialism, preserves the tīvism, Nazism, classical liberalism, human rights;
16.2. compare various opinions;
16.3. compare ancient Greek democracy awareness with modern democracy;
16.4. analyzes and compares the enlightenment beliefs have influenced the UN Universal Declaration of human rights;
16.5. the formula in your own words, what is the ideology;
10.3. can recognize most of the features of modern ideology in politics, citing examples;
16.7. defines and classifies the modern Latvian political opinions;
16.8. understands the process of democracy development in Athens and ancient Rome and its causes of the collapse of the historic process of the impact on the development of political views, "public contracts", the natural law;
16.9. understands the social development of society in the 19th century;
16.10. understands the ideology concept formation;
16.11 understands the political process and believe the link in Latvia and in the world; similar and different Latvian and world political thought history.
17. Right: 17.1. know concepts: a measure, the hierarchy of laws, the source of law, Government, crime, legal capacity and capacity of a natural person or a legal person, the rule of law;
17.2. know how to distinguish between external and internal regulations;
17.3. recognize legal sources, featuring national institutes;
17.4. recognizes the administrative rights, their differences from other legal types;
17.5. in administrative law and their application in your area;
10.9. named in its civil relations in the family;
17.7. know that there is a contract, the contract and what the essential elements of laws and regulations governing the conclusion of contracts, can use a knowledge of contract law (for example, a work contract);
11.1. analyse the contract documents;
11.1. the different dangerous offences of public moral standards or customs violations, saying their rights in criminal proceedings;
17.10. different capacity of capacity;
17.11. list the main rights and freedoms, see the basic legislation in your neighborhood and the world;
17.12. discusses some of the issues of international conventions (such as copyright);
17.13. aware of its responsibility in front of the public, see public accountability against itself;
17.14. What are the main differences in the US, Germany and Latvia or any other country in the Constitution;
17.15. understands the different groups the special status of the country.
18. Country: 18.1 know concepts: country, country, country signs, public function, sovereignty, State, form a nation, nation, nationality;
18.2. define what is in the country;
18.3. What are public and analyse relevant examples;
18.4. the different foundations of national States and their differences;
18.5. the argument that the current situation can operate in democratic principles;
18.6. the argument that the particular example is a sovereign State or not;
11.6. what the rights and obligations of the citizens of the Republic of Latvia;
12.8. the analyses, or imagined situation in violation of human rights;
11.7. understands the power more democratic principles;
18.10. to understand national conditions of mutual recognition (de jure, de facto).
19. the authorities: 19.1 know concepts: legislative, Executive, judiciary, bureaucracy, the municipality, the presidential system, a parliamentary system;
19.2. can be based on power-sharing;
19.3. in the press description of the action and the legislative analyses;
19.4. the schematic picture of the legislative process;
19.5. different from the rest of the executive authorities;
12.2. know how to identify the judicial authorities themselves around;
19.7. the distinction between bureaucratic positive and negative;
19.8. the municipal authorities of its name;
12.4. in the press activities of the municipality;
19.10. discuss the parliamentary system and the presidential system of benefits;
19.11. sees the benefits of the parliamentary system and problems;
19.12. understands the principle of power-sharing and power-sharing in Latvia techniques in the rest of the world (UNITED STATES, United Kingdom, France, Russia);
19.13. understands the power of sharing ideas development.
20. The Government's policy: 20.1. know the concept of the State budget, national security, State secret, cultural;
20.2. know how to identify what areas the current Government steps;
20.3. discuss Latvia's State budget allocations;
20.4. able to express their views on tax policy issues;
20.5. which of the following distinguished situations endangering the security of the State, which does not endanger the;-
20.6. analyse the social situation of Latvia;
20.7. discuss social problems in Latvia.
21. Participation Policy (civil society): 21.1. know concepts: political participation, civil society, political parties, social movements, interest groups, non-governmental organizations, elections;
21.2. the name and form of political participation;
21.3. the different "right-wing" and "left" of the party;
21.4. the activities of the party in the press specimens;
21.5. named the main political parties in Latvia;
21.6. named the main social movements in Latvia and in the world;
21.7. distinguish between fact and opinion in the press;
21.8. the different non-governmental organizations from State organizations;
13.6. the different democratic elections from non-democratic elections;
21.10. the different civil resistance of violence;
21.11. discuss about civil society as the existence of minimum conditions of democracy;
21.12. discusses the types of non-governmental organizations and their activities in Latvia and in the world;
21.13. discuss the Latvian electoral law, the electoral systems of the world, their differences compared to Latvia.
22. Political culture: 22.1. know concepts: political belief, political culture;
22.2. discuss in public opinion surveys;
22.3. different political culture from ethical norms implementing policy;
22.4. discuss political cultural elements.
23. The transition to democracy in Latvia: 23.1. know the concepts: the nation State, authoritarian regime, a third awakening;
23.2. able to base their views on the ideas of nationalism;
23.3. different ideas of democracy from authoritarianism;
14.5. can justify criticism of the Soviet system and its collapse;
14.6. analyzes current issues in Latvian politics;
14.7. discuss the first awakening and questioned the basis of the country;
23.7. discuss the Soviet political system and the policy of Soviet Latvia;
14.8. discuss the third awakening of Latvia and Latvian political life development.
24. Latvia in international politics: 24.1. know concepts: international relations, international relations, Embassy, Consulate, offices;
24.2. What are the main foreign policy institutions;
24.3. the different embassies from consulates, missions;
15.2. find and analyse the press materials for Latvian and international cooperation;
15.2. know the most important international organisations, which have occurred in Latvia;
24.6. discuss international relations in today's world;
24.7. discuss Latvia's foreign policy main institutions-the journal of the construction, it works and functions;
15.4. discuss key international organizations and their role in the world. Minister of education and science Rivž B 15. attachment Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 Households. General secondary education subject standard i. General questions part 1 A teach all learners who have opted in to this subject, but from part B, each learner choose one training topic. (A) subject to teaching about 30% of households spend on teaching content and learning for hours.
2. in implementing the General standard of secondary education in the household, the educator provides mandatory learning content, the learning process oriented to domestic work skills and practical operating experience, the creative approach to any job. The practical work plan at least 65% of households in the teaching content and learning for hours.
II. purpose of the subjects and tasks 3. Subject aims to promote the moral, intellectual, creative and harmonious rich personality that can independently solve the private household of the economic, social, economic and cultural issues.
4. the tasks of the subjects is to create learner opportunity: 4.1 improve the knowledge and understanding of nutrition and lifestyle effects on human health;
4.2. promoting creative activity in the Visual image of the individual, the environment and relations;
4.3. encourage use of household other subjects acquired knowledge, skills and competences;
4.4. develop technical thinking, design and construction skills;
4.5. to promote the acquisition and development of skills of the selection;
4.6. build practical knowledge base for further studies in selected academic or vocational training.
III. minimum content of the subjects (A part) 5. Introduction to the household.
6. household management: 6.1. domestic work planning;
6.3. the work and domestic security.
7. the relationship between household: 7.1 together living and working patterns;
7.2. the family in the past and now;
7.3. the tradition of the family. Holiday.
8. Independent private households: 8.1. choice of housing;
8.2. the housing planning and installation;
8.4. the household, environment, health.
9. Diet: nutrition and health, 9.1;
9.2. the consumption of energy and nutrients;
9.3. nutrients and maintenance;
9.4. the quality of the food product;
9.5. dietary regime;
9.6. poisoning and infection with nutrition, prevention.
10. Clothes: 10.1 outfit tasks;.
10.2. the modern costume styles. Fashion;
10.3. wardrobe collation.
IV. minimum content of the subjects (part B) 11. Cooking and tekstildarb: 11.1 11.1.1: cooking food;
11.1.2. devices, machines, tools, instruments, working equipment;
11.1.3. working environment, work safety;
11.1.4. economic activity;
11.2. handicrafts: 11.2.1. materials;
11.2.2. devices, machines, tools, instruments, working equipment;
11.2.3. the working environment, occupational safety;
11.2.4. economic activity;
11.3. sew clothing manufacturing: 11.3.1. materials;
11.3.2. devices, machines, tools, instruments, working equipment;
11.3.3. the working environment, occupational safety;
11.3.4. economic activity;
12. the processing and use of materials: wood materials 12.1. processing and use it to: 12.1.1. economic importance of wood;
12.1.2. wood and wood structure and properties;
12.1.3. timber and wood material;
12.1.4. wood protective treatment and storage;
12.2. wood processing facilities: 12.2.1. auxiliary materials and surface finish;
12.2.2. metal products (alternate) carpentry;
12.2.3. abrasive materials;
12.2.4. woodworking hand tools and accessories;
12.2.6. the farm environment.
13. Vehicle operation: 13.1 vehicle transport and mechanization of work: 13.1.1. vehicle structure and use;
13.1.2. the vehicle's engine;
13.1.3. power train, rolling equipment and management mechanisms;
13.1.4. bodywork. Working equipment. Accessories;
13.2. the care and management of a vehicle: 13.2.1. vehicle care and preparation for work;
13.2.2. vehicle care holding;
13.2.3. vehicle management;
13.3. labour and environmental hygiene, health and safety: 13.3.1. road traffic regulations;
13.3.2. the hygiene and protection of machines into operation;
13.3.3. environmental hygiene and safety.
V. essential subject learning, finally 12. class (part A) 14. introduction of household organization: 14.1 characterized the distribution of households by household type, household tasks;
14.2. to see the place and importance of household public socio-economic structure.
15. household management: 15.1. plan your individual household chores or the assigned work for family households;
15.2. the use of different work relief (technical services);
15.3. in individual budgets, participate in household budgeting, planning and tracking of individual income and expenses, save time, labor, materials, money, find information about opportunities to get fringe benefits;
15.4. collect information, assess the reliability of advertising before the purchase of goods or services;
15.5. uses the right of consumers to the quality of the goods, in case of conflict asked consumer protection institutions;
15.6. to see various human health and life-threatening risk of accidents in the household;
15.7. respect the work and household security rules. The use of different devices to avoid domestic accidents. Provide first aid, called an ambulance.
16. mutual relations in the household: 16.1. describes the advantages and disadvantages of living together several generations;
16.2. the nature of the family, the role of the family and friends of the young people live. Distributed responsibilities, doing homework;
16.3. to see and describe the role of the family in the past and now;
16.4. the nature of the responsibility for the spouse and children of the moral, economic and legal point of view. Taking responsibility and taking care of family members, equally dividing the home work load;
16.5. describes the family tradition of building. Construct a family holiday to a scenario. Prepare the feast venue, facilities, prepare or check, for example, invitations, table cards, gifts;
10.3. follow the modern rules of behavior, taking guests going home;
10.4. the various characteristics of table mats;
16.8. adapted dishes, table mats, decoration festive nature, location and time;
10.5. the ability to draw up the holiday menu, to calculate the cost.
17. Independent private households: 17.1. short describes the types of housing. Determine the individual criteria in the search;
17.2. oriented house purchase and renting of the supporting documents, the role and rights of tenants;
17.3. find and use information in different housing planning and installation. Describe your proposed home furnishings, surroundings, and greening of the idea;
17.4. plan House, apartment furnishings in scale 1:10;
17.5. evaluate the home, apartment, planning to possible microclimates adjustments;
10.9. can maintain the dwelling in order to perform daily, ģenerāltīrīšan, choosing the appropriate for each surface, and health and environment friendly cleaning products;
17.7. the calculation of housing costs (such as electricity, water, gas, heating). See the natural resources and energy saving opportunities in the household;
11.1. solutions to reduce domestic work negative effects on the environment. Plans to environment-friendly technologies, materials and raw materials, the recycling of materials, etc.;
11.1. character self-medication impacts on human health. Know how to collect and keep in working order, home first aid kit, can use it.
18. Nutrition: 18.1. describes the food on human health;
18.2. describes the energy consumption of the human the body's physiological processes and performing various mental and physical loads. Determine your body mass index;
18.3. using the maintenance chemical composition table, determine their age, energy consumption and body mass of the required nutrients;
18.4. the nature of the role nutrients the human body and nutrition;
18.5. choosing a healthy diet adequate maintenance conditions and food. Use a sufficient quantity of fiber-rich maintenance;
18.6. the development of the project: quality of drinking water in sufficient quantities every home, in every workplace, every educational institution. Recommend practical solutions to this problem;
11.6. Recognizes further into cultivated used herbs and wild plants, able to produce and use. Recognizes commonly used in herbal tea, can they prepare and use;
12.8. determines the organoleptic quality of foodstuffs;
11.7. briefly describe. Find information about food additives labelling of goods;
18.10. able to store food products according to product and prolonged storage;
18.11. understand proper dietary regime;
18.12. compare nutritionally similar food prices; use economic results menus. The food and the calculation of the cost of the meal;
18.13. in the menu, the calculation of the energy value of the food, the nutritional value is determined;
18.14. familiar with nutrition-related infections and poisoning symptoms, call the emergency medical assistance;
18.15. Latvia recognizes common poisonous plants and poisonous mushrooms;
18.16. How do explain the diet-related disease and contamination prevention.
19. Clothing: 19.1. describe the tasks, functions, clothing, health effects. Select the external environmental conditions suitable for clothing;
19.2. evaluates the body modifications and additions to the resulting changes. The choice of wearing the task, body proportions, proper attire for the label;
19.3. different variety of modern dress styles, featuring their individual style;
19.4. the choice of the fashion highlights what works best for you. Assembled wardrobe, under the conditions of a single style;
19.5. can visually change the proportions of the human body, using simple techniques;
12.2. know how to choose and buy clothes based on quality, relevance to the task of wearing and economic conditions;
19.7. stored, treated and clean clothing and its supplements (such as hats, gloves, shoes);
19.8. the ability to vary, add to, modify an existing wardrobe of clothes.
Vi. Requirements subject learning, finally 12. class (part B) 20. Cooking and tekstildarb: 20.1. cooking: 20.1.1. using the maintenance chemical composition table, compare the nutrient content of different foods;
20.1.2. determines the organoleptic quality of foodstuffs;
20.1.3. describes the processes that take place in their foodstuffs during storage;
20.1.4. featuring vegetables, fruit, mushroom and their processed products, fish and fish products, processed meat and meat products, milk and milk products, eggs and egg products, dietary fat, grains and processed products, starch, sugar, confectionery, herbs (especially grown in Latvia), spices and food concentrates, baudviel, chemical composition, nutritional value, quality, sliding, storage facilities, use of cooking;
20.1.5. focus and technical documentation of machines;
20.1.6. using mechanical, electrical, thermal devices, tools, instruments, working equipment according to the operating and safety rules;
20.1.7. characterize the food processing equipment maintenance, maintaining tools, instruments, working equipment;
20.1.8. equipment in the work place, the primary food products, confectionery siltapstrād for cooking;
20.1.9. follow personal hygiene rules. According to sanitary norms used in sanitary and special clothing;
20.1.10. working environment the equipment according to the sanitary requirements, safety, electrical safety and fire regulations and ergonomic of the meters;
20.1.11. comply with electrical regulations. See electrical connections and signs of damage and the ability to troubleshoot common damage;
20.1.12. choose as appropriate for the situation and use extinguishing media, call the Fire Department, police, or emergency power supply;
20.1.13. provide first aid or seek help and domestic injury, electrocution, poisoning and food infection cases. Know how to release from the power elektronelaim the victim of exposure. See emergency medical need and called it correctly;
20.1.14. evaluate economic activities economic impact on the family budget;
20.1.15. obtain information on an individual precondition for starting work. Value their opportunity to engage in individual working in the field of cooking and the economic benefit of this activity;
20.1.16. know how to determine the sale price of finished products, calculate the required quantity of raw materials;
research materials, 20.1.17. machines and tools offerings on the market;
20.1.18. using the consumer's rights to the product warranty shall respect the responsibilities of the consumer. View the information for the labels and the labels, technical instructions and purchase agreements, critical and prudent in their use;
20.1.19. featuring quality food sliding. Check the quality of food and, if possible, improve it if necessary;
20.1.20. know how to design and deliver food;
20.1.21. the primary and food products siltapstrād, save a possible nutrition;
20.1.22. recognize herbs (especially grown in Latvia), common spices and flavouring substances, its proper use in cooking;
20.1.23. prepared sauces, cold dishes, meal, pulses and pasta dishes, vegetable dishes, hot dishes of fish and meat, cheese and egg dishes, soups, sweet dishes and drinks, the Latvian National dishes, pastry;
20.2. handicrafts: 20.2.1. choice of products for the preparation of the proposed materials. Determines the adequacy of the chosen fabric technique, also considering the fabric mechanical, physical, technological and aesthetic qualities;
20.2.2. chooses a specific story and guess the appropriate technical materials can prepare them for work, store;
20.2.3. featuring the best machines, recognizes and describes their Standart nodes. Oriented facility, equipment, technical documentation of machines;
20.2.4. operated equipment, devices, machines according to technical documentation and operating rules. Maintaining the equipment, devices, machines;
20.2.5. use of verbal auxiliaries;
20.2.6. Notes or verbal damage inevitable themselves or pass called specialists. Eliminates the common damage;
20.2.7. recognizes and uses the tekstildarb to perform the necessary work tools and accessories;
20.2.8. choose specific product processing and handicraft techniques chosen for tools and work equipment;
20.2.9. equipment the work place design, materials, manufacture of products. The equipment working environment in accordance with workplace safety, electric security and fire regulations and ergonomic characteristics;
20.2.10. comply with electrical regulations. See electrical connections and signs of damage and the ability to troubleshoot common damage;
20.2.11. valued activities small-scale economic impact on individual or family budget;
20.2.12. ability to find information about the various techniques and their tekstildarb to use his skills for advancement;
20.2.13. sees the possibility of having a personality tekstildarb visual image;
20.2.14. costume history knowledge implemented various projects and actions (for example, paper, Tablet, fashion show, models of paper);
20.2.15. get to know historical costumes used in tekstiltehnik and use them in modern dress. Influence of historical style outfits, create sketch, design and composition-object of the real darin or models;
20.2.16. used ethnography as an inspiration for modern garment design and its implementation of composition;
20.2.17. know how to choose your individual style, height ratio, age, character and dress appropriate to the situation;
20.2.18. According to conception creates a composition and implement it, optionally using both traditional handicraft and sewing techniques, though less used truck-for example, mašīnadīšan, mašīnizšūšan, tekstilmozaīk, Pearl embroidery, batik (including silk painting), and the technique of synthesis;
20.2.19. see tekstildarb use of the environment;
20.2.20. describes the historical and modern interior styles, space planning, furniture and textile characteristics;
20.2.21. in the light of the reality of the housing and on the relatively constant factors considering the ceiling, wall and floor paint, as well as the existing furniture, creates Interior textile composition sketches;
20.2.22. Design composition and darin in his Interior textiles, using a variety of techniques or tekstildarb synthesis;
20.2.23. the design and consists of room decoration family festivities;
20.2.24. able to table sakl the mood different festivities, choose suitable gifts for relatives, they pack up, focusing on the content and form of the feast of the kopnoskaņ line;
20.2.25. able to base their views on family get-style, on the possible (or impossible) balance of the mother and daughter's tastes;
20.2.26. project the family dress ensemble for a specific event, such as a holiday trip. Modify or supplement an existing wardrobe to dress;
20.2.27. design of clothing modifications or new parts, gifts, decorations, toy space composition and implemented using different materials and different techniques of tekstildarb, as well as various synthesis techniques;
20.3. sew clothing manufacturing: 20.3.1. featuring natural and man-made textile fibres;
20.3.2. determine the adequacy of the chosen fabric model, considering the fabric mechanical, physical, technological and aesthetic qualities;
20.3.3. choose specific material and the sewing operation in the appropriate šujamo thread;
20.3.4. choose a particular model and the cloth suitable gasket materials, finishing materials and fittings;
20.3.5. aiming equipment, devices, technical documentation of machines;
20.3.6. featuring the most universal and some specialized sewing machines. Recognize and describe the sewing machine standartmezgl. Used and exchanged sewing machines accessories;
20.3.7. sewing machines maintenance. Ability to address common damage;
20.3.8. characterized by ironing devices and frequently used according to the material and iron ironing operation;
20.3.9. choose specific product processing necessary tools and work equipment;
20.3.10. the jobs measure equipment for sampling, preparation of materials, piegriešan, hand-sewing, mašīndarb, hidrotermisk, uzlaikošan treatment. The equipment working environment in accordance with workplace safety, electrical safety and fire regulations and ergonomic characteristics;
20.3.11. briefly describe the products made of hygienic sliding, economic, aesthetic, operational requirements;
20.3.12. create or select the height ratio suitable clothing model from a fashion magazine. Choose individual body corresponding to the measured pattern of fashion magazines. Transforming fashion magazine patterns according to the individual measures and the proposed model;
20.3.13. prepare fabric for piegriešan;
20.3.14.-economic patterns on the fabric deploys, twisting, prepare piegriezumdetaļ for processing;
20.3.15. preparing yet uzlaikošan;
20.3.16. correct conducting technological processing in fabric hidrotermisk preparation and the process of preparation of the product;
20.3.17. dress uzlaikošan;
20.3.18. make corrections and treatment after uzlaikošan;
20.3.19. in the final. Prepares products for storage.
21. the processing and use of materials: wood materials 21.1, the processing and use of the various different 21.1.1.: tree species, wood and timber, describes the main tree species in Latvia-page and coniferous-rational use. Describes the alien tree species distribution of local timber market and use in the manufacture of furniture;
21.1.2. practical uses of wood properties. Saves material. Know how to determine the quantity of timber and timber products;
21.1.3. lumber consumption is calculated using the appropriate technical job parameters and regulations economic performance;
21.1.4. describe the technical and technological wood parameters. Evaluate the timber and timber products on the market;
21.1.5. featuring wood damage prevention techniques and wood construction of fault;
21.1.6. evaluate the characteristics of the material of the mechanical wood processing operations-by sawing, drilling, ēvelēj, forging, cutting and virpoj;
21.1.7. performance of wood with the grain of different cut types. Choose the most appropriate method for obtaining high-quality cut given the wood. Criteria met municipal subjects use captions and ornaments;
21.1.8. different material boards of wood products, explains their uses;
21.1.9. executing a variety of material connections carpentry;
21.1.10. combines a series of wood types according to the usage of material security and integrity;
21.1.11. widen the son, know how to use glue or anchors, execute the dzeguļ connection;
21.1.12. plan and evaluate material saving measures;
21.1.13. understanding the protective wood processing and storage;
21.1.14. the rules described for drying wood. Know how to bloat and dry wood open and placed in a drying chamber;
21.1.15. wood antiseptic and ugunsaizsargājoš treatment;
21.1.16. correctly stored in wood lumber and prevent their deterioration and deterioration of quality. Timber storage observe fire regulations, the use of materials and user needs;
21.2. wood processing facilities: 21.2.1. auxiliary materials and surface finish;
21.2.2. describes the most typical wood finishing materials, their functional tasks and operational characteristics;
21.2.3. preparing the surface of the transparent and opaque finishes;
21.2.4. use wood pārklājamo material. Performance simulation of surface finish. Product overlap with different types of wood surfaces;
21.2.5. plywood boards on the material. Prepare the veneer and finierskaid of finierēšan. Run leaner marquetry and wood carving coating;
21.2.6. obtain a trim, gluing or with the products required for the specific requirements of material surface smoothness. Apply with a spray lacquer and colors. Executes multiple varnishing and painting;
21.2.7. using common adhesives, priming, present, woodstains and lacquers to suit your needs. Prepare the glue and adhesive materials;
21.2.8. recognize metal products (alternate) carpentry;
21.2.9. know how to cram the key, mounted on a window and door handles. Use of market wood products furniture;
21.2.10. recognize, evaluate and select high-quality woodworking tools of metal components;
21.2.11. determines the need to temper or quenched work tool steel details;
21.2.13. Select hand tools, prepare them for work. Blood, nurtured and store the tools. Use hand tools, a variety of different wood materials and wood products processing;
21.2.15. bend the saw teeth. Break and bend planing tools, set the blades;
21.2.16. preparing work tools and aizzīmēšan. Check and evaluate the accuracy of measurement and aizzīmēšan;
21.2.17. by sawing and wood ēvelēj, you get high-quality wood parts plakanparalēl;
21.2.18. creates high quality drilling and iekalum for details.
21.2.19. restored furniture details. Manufactures components, window and door sections. Made simple carpentry products. Perform basic detail corner connections;
21.2.20. preparing to work machining machine tools, executed on them sawing, planing, grinding, milling, turning and drilling operations;
21.2.21. working on machine-circular saw, planes, drills, cutters, lathe, grinding wheels-using individual wood mechanical processing operations;
21.2.22. draw up a materials handling farm business plan processing of wood surface, wood for the manufacture of parts to restore or family home environment;
21.2.23. plan of work environment, ensuring the equipment man and to the environment, safe working conditions, rational work;
21.2.24. rational installation site particular technological operation for wood processing, select the necessary protection and first aid;
21.2.25. assembled, nurtured and repair joiner of ēvelsol;
21.2.26. respect a woodworking shop labour, environmental hygiene, protection and security rules. A working environment, appropriate extinguishing media. Safety instructions shall be drawn up for a particular technical task for wood processing.
22. Vehicle operation: 22.1. vehicle transport and mechanization of work: 22.1.1. know how to show the main assembly of the vehicle, the engine's mechanisms and systems. Choose a vehicle from household tasks defined;
22.1.2. recognizes the vehicle engine;
22.1.3. know how to find and show the crank-gear klaņ parts-pistons and rings, klaņ and bearings, casings;
22.1.4. check and, if necessary, follow the spacing between the valve stem and lever 2;
22.1.5. understands the cooling and lubrication system;
22.1.6. determine the cause of the overheating of the engine. Checks and adjusts the fan ķīlsiksn the tension. Check the oil before engine starting scold, if necessary, it added. Replace the oil filter, the oil;
22.1.7. engine performance and driving control during engine temperatures and lubricating system, the regulation of the temperature;
22.1.8. understands the power system;
22.1.9. check fuel level and feed the float Chamber, follow it. Get the fuel filter. Fuel consumption is determined by the number of kilometres travelled, the light engine mode;
22.1.10. understand electrical system;
22.1.11. battery switch on the circuit, check the correctness of connection;
22.1.12. engine operation with ampērmetr, kontrollamp or lighting devices check the battery and alternator in respect of collaborative arrangements. Check the electrolyte level in the battery;
22.1.13. determines key generator damage, prevent them with technically available techniques;
22.1.14. signed an induction coil, low voltage power switches, the higher voltage power strip, a high-voltage wire;
22.1.15. determine the defective light. Follow the gap between spark plug electrodes and power breaker contacts;
22.1.16. determine the lighting damage, eliminate them;
22.1.17. finds and displays the power train, the main part of the mechanisms, explains their importance, principles, structure and tasks, using the training demonstrations, equipment parts, played their drawings or models;
22.1.18. down with the adjustment of the clutch prevents damage to them. Replace the oil in the gearbox and power distribution box, check the box to shore;
22.1.19. correctly controlled clutch engine performance and vehicle movements;
turn on and off various 24.1.20. force ratios in different driving conditions;
24.1.21. vehicle motion during the switch gear (speed) using the clutch by turning off with starpgāz;
22.1.22. explains the structure of the running equipment, tasks, principles of operation, using Visual AIDS, demonstrable mechanisms and equipment parts, drawings or models;
22.1.23. determines the condition of the tyres. Check the air pressure in the tyres with a manometer. Places or removes a defective wheel;
22.1.24. the Act while driving when the wheel tyre pressure or decreases suddenly expulsed from it;
22.1.25. follow the vehicle lift with Jack;
22.1.26. determine the need to regulate the front and rear wheel bearings and their ability to perform;
22.1.27. explains the mechanism of the management structure, tasks, principles of operation, through training demonstrations, devices, mechanisms and dismantled parts, drawings or models;
22.1.28. check brake technical condition of all types of brakes for vehicles standing and moving. Danger to drive vehicles judged with broken brakes;
22.1.29. determine the damage, the air brakes being hydraulic brake actuators, controls the air pressure air balloons;
22.1.30. check brake pedal slack and tuned it. Determine the air leakage sites brakes with air supply. Bleed the braking system with hydraulic transmission;
22.1.31. technical way possible eliminating brake damage;
22.1.32. follow the minimum spacing between brake shoe and skritul. Stops the vehicle without using the service brake;
22.1.33. follow correctly the cab heat and ventilation modes;
22.1.34. vehicle bodywork, terrifying provides aesthetic to its visual appearance;
22.2. the care and management of a vehicle: 22.2.1. know the care and preparation of vehicles for working operations;
22.2.2. respect the physical or chemical nature's patterns into the truck and its principles of operation of nodes;
22.2.3. performs routine maintenance before you go in, while driving, the vehicle's parking lot in return;
22.2.4. follow maintenance (TAl) recurrence, carried out its work. Seasonal maintenance work carried out;
22.2.5. examine and assess the technical condition of the car and some extra maintenance work;
22.2.6. evaluate the appropriateness of use of the vehicle and the economy;
22.2.7. take care of holding the economic assessment;
22.2.8. Compare vehicles for operational expenses, home life and holding on expenditure to rent or use specialized technical services of the company;
22.2.9. prepare the truck driving job and starts the engine. Technically correct run vehicles of various road and work conditions;
22.2.10. enters in reverse gabarītvārto, making a right or left turn. Restricted area rotates to face the opposite direction;
22.3. labour and environmental hygiene, health and safety: 22.3.1. know the rules of the road;
22.3.2. comply with the provisions of road traffic or vehicles of the car driving and operation. Accurately performs all of the prohibitions laid down in the rules;
22.3.2. understands the work hygiene and protection needs of the machines into operation;
22.3.3. respect the safety regulations and safety technique of maintenance and adjustment work, working with cēlājmehānism and power tools. Use the technical order of working tools and devices according to the tasks of the work to be carried out;
22.3.4. take precautions by adjusting the tension of the ķīlsiksn, dismantling and mounting the tires, piesūknēj them with compressed air, change the wheels, working with antifreeze and sulfuric acid;
22.3.5. understands the environmental hygiene and the importance of the safety vehicle into operation;
22.3.6. abide by the rules and norms of the auto storage in enclosed spaces and open parking lots. Operated vehicle technical;
22.3.7. use speed and braking mode to force the effects, the work environment or road conditions do not cause a crash. Minister of education and science b. Rivž. Annex 16 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 health education. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject's goal is to make each individual separately and to society as a whole take responsibility for health.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1 to gain knowledge about health and factors affecting it;
2.2. create a positive attitude to health and addressing the factors that it reject the habits that negatively affect health;
2.3. learn skills to care for her and fellow health (self assessment, self management, relationship building, decision making, health promotion).
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Growth and development. Sex education.
4. Mental health.
5. Personal health.
6. Prevention of smoking, alcohol, drugs and other addictive substances not controlled use.
7. Security and first aid.
8. the Prevention of diseases (including sexual way portable).
9. Physical activity as a Health Foundation.
10. Healthy diet.
11. Family Health.
12. A healthy environment.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 13. Growth and development. Sex education: know where 13.1. that affect physical and mental development (Maslow's pyramid of needs);
13.2. knows the women and men of dzimumsistēm structure and physiological processes. Know the progress of normal pregnancy and its prerequisites;
13.3. know what changes take place during pregnancy women in cell; emocion
8.3. know birth control means;
13.5. understands the impact on women of abortion;
13.6. to understand their own and other people's needs, their impact on the physical and mental development;
8.5. conscious of themselves as their gender representative and as a personality;
13.8. can themselves improve the physical, emotional, spiritual, moral and social aspects;
13.9. is a learned social roles appropriate behaviors;
13.10. understands the need for family planning;
13.11. understands the importance of the relations between the parents for the child's well-being in the family influence.
14. Mental Health: 14.1 knows the negative sense, the signs, causes and ways to manage them;
14.2. knows and understands what is dependent on a person's self-esteem, self-esteem and mental health;
14.3. know and understand that self-esteem and confidence about yourself are factors that contribute to negative psychological pressure obviating;
8.9. have mastered the delicate (reflexive) listening skills;
14.5. can manage your emotional state and share with friends and family members in this skill;
14.6. appreciate the impact of the family mental health;
14.7. can reduce stressful factors in school and elsewhere.
15. Personal Health: 15.1 knows the necessary personal hygiene measures;
15.2. know how to evaluate your personal health;
15.3. know where to get information on healthy lifestyles;
15.4. you are responsible for your own and other people's health;
15.5. appreciate personal health and watching it;
15.6. can follow personal hygiene (e.g., oral and body care, nutrition);
9.8. Prot independently obtain information about healthy lifestyles and to implement it in your life.
16. the Prevention of smoking, alcohol, drugs and other addictive substances not controlled: 16.1 know tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other addictive substances on the human organism, especially on women and children in the future;
16.2. know what is drug abuse and what are its consequences and importance of the HIV virus and AIDS distribution;
16.3. the authorities know where to go for help;
16.4. can discuss problems associated with smoking and alcohol use (legislative, advertising, etc);
16.5. able to explain to others why you need to protect children from the harmful use of substances, and how to do it;
16.6. the ability to opt out of smoking, alcohol and drug use uncontrolled.
17. Security and first aid: 17.1. know and understand how to protect yourself from most incidents (from injuries);
17.2. know how to quickly evaluate the accident situation and act appropriately;
17.3. know where to go for professional help;
17.4. know working safety regulations;
17.5. understanding the emotional states that people interfere with properly handle emergencies;
10.9. appreciate their risk behaviour and to provide for possible accidents;
17.7. can see and analyze the causes of accidents;
11.1. know first aid techniques;
11.1. can produce safe and health vecinoš jobs;
17.10. able to offer moral support for people caught up in the accident.
18. the Prevention of diseases (including sexual way portable): 18.1. know what is neurosis and how to protect yourself from them, and other;
18.2. know what is chronic metabolic disease. Know what this disease potential acute States, and how to give first aid;
18.3. know how you can get infected with infectious diseases (for example, tick encephalitis, diphtheria, tuberculosis, sexually transmissible diseases), as you can to protect yourself from them. Know how to spread the HIV virus and who has AIDS test;
18.4. know how to explain the causes of the disease and others argue for the necessity of preventive measures;
18.5. know how to guard against infectious diseases and to find qualified medical attention where necessary;
18.6. know how to help a sick person.
19. Physical activity as a health basis: 19.1. know how physical activity affects the human body;
19.2. the physical and psychological know measures to improve the physical condition and maintaining cheerfulness;
19.3. know where the surroundings of the place of residence may engage in sports and strengthen your physical health;
19.4. can implement individual physical activity programs according to their interests and abilities;
19.5. can encourage family members and friends of physical perfection.
20. A healthy diet: 20.1. know how nutrition affects human health;
20.2. know what is a healthy diet;
20.3. appreciate health and nutrition regime interrelating;
20.4. know how to control your diet and follow proper diet composition.
21. Health family: 21.1. knows the family rights and obligations;
21.2. know that affect healthy relationships in the family;
21.3. know the lasting and true benefits of marriage;
21.4. know and understand the parental responsibility for the health of the offspring;
21.5. respects each family's right to feel good in the family, regardless of its composition;
21.6. know how to take care of the family member's health and promote healthy relationships in the family;
21.7. is convinced that a family can be the most effective health promotion.
22. A healthy environment: 22.1. know nature protection laws and regulations;
22.2. know the main patterns of conservation of natural balance;
22.3. know what is citizen participation in health-enhancing environment;
22.4. appreciate public health conditions and offer solutions to improve the situation;
22.5. know how to create and implement plans daily saving of natural resources, and environmental health. Minister of education and science b. Rivž. Annex 17, the Cabinet of Ministers on 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 Sport. General secondary education subject standard I. Generic question 1. Each school depending on the interests of the trainees and school opportunities in at least six of the sports. II. purpose of the subjects and tasks 2. Subject's goal is to continue to develop the physical characteristics, develop the skills and knowledge of sports; promote learner ability and willingness to learn independently and to engage in physical activity throughout life as one of health maintenance and enhancement of the basic rules. 3. the subject of the task is to create the learner the option: 3.1. exploring the Olympic movement and the history of various sports. Learn about the history of Latvia the most important sporting events of life and most outstanding athletes; 3.2. to understand the role of physical activity in strengthening their health and conservation, understanding the importance of ergonomic rules, to understand the harmful effects of doping substances. To improve understanding of the importance of warm-up and stretching sports; 3.3. to continue to improve the selected sports technique, tactics and physical fitness; 3.4. independently continue to develop their creativity, develop the ability to analyze your performance and partner in both individual performance and team performance; 3.5. to learn different tasks to interact with other people. Strengthen the ability to listen to each other, take each other's views, honestly to be sports against both teammates and opponents.
III. minimum content of the subjects 4. identity and cultural heritage. 5. Physical activity and health. 6. Abilities and skills in selected sports. Selected sports trainees improve exercise technique and running tactics, develop their physical characteristics. Each school depending on the interests of the trainees, school and teacher's training at least six of the sports: gymnastics, athletics, skiing, sports games (basketball, volleyball, handball, football-one sports game is counted as one sport), dancing and rhythmic, orienteering, climbing, gymnastics, wrestling in athletic sports (self defense). 7. the role of physical activity in the development of the learner's personality.
IV. Requirements subject learning, finally 12. class 8. identities and cultural heritage: 8.1 knows the Olympic movement's history, the tradition of the Olympic Games, the games, the athletes of Latvia the highest achievements in the Olympics; 8.2. know the selected sports history; 8.3. know the chosen sport of racing rules and able to judge these sports school-wide competitions; 8.4. the focus in today's current events in sports. 9. Physical activity and health: 9.1. know and understand how physical exercise effects on human health; 9.2. know and understand the different feel of the interference caused the causes and prevent the effects of it; 9.3. knows and can use pašmasāž techniques; 9.4. know and apply the main ergonomic regulations concerning proper posture, standing, sitting, weight lifting and carrying; 9.5. know what is doping substances; 9.6. know and understand the various methods of doping effects on human health; 9.7. understands the doping ban on ethical and medical aspects. Know what the penalty is for doping. 10. Abilities and skills in selected sports: 10.1 sports games. All sports games knows the special iesildīšano; offensive and defensive fundamentals, can the trial and write protocol can execute the training game, using standard elements required; 10.2. volleyball-can serve to perceive, the more members of the group-the top and bottom with different path assists and distance, the front anchoring; one or two players block; 10.3. basketball-able to run the ball and dribbling of assists in distressed circumstances, the penalty shot, shot, shot the far with both hands and one arm jump; 10.4.--know usher activity goal, 6 m zone and area. Know how to execute based on the leap from a litter of 6 m and 9 m lines, deceptive motion to the right, left, with turning; After apvadīšan bomb barriers and assists in the capture of motion and circulation goals, fast attack, a 7 m penalty-; 10.5. football-able to run the ball juggling with feet, legs, head, and assists in various kinds of bombs, bombs and assists partners and kicks goals ("Wall"), kick goals from different places outside the penalty area; 10.6. athletics. Athletics discipline to learn the basic elements are already in elementary school. This phase of training to develop these skills. You can run 2000 m (young women) and 3000 m (young people); 10.7. gymnastics. Core elements of the gym experience in elementary school. In this training phase learners themselves from certain elements of the combination should be created, with a particular focus on acrobatics, leaps, various support jumping and scramble and overcoming obstacles to bar. Boys develop special strength training for performance, along with an arc; 10.8. skiing-know know how to handle and prepare the skis. Know how to perform the transition from the steps at the same time to change the steps and over the variable terrain, able to overcome rises through slīdošo steps skrejošo steps depending on the slope increases, the length of the Rails, snow structures, able to make the turn, skis shuffled through the transition from the "pusarkl", braking and turning to parallel skis, brake with derailment (boys). You can hide a 3 km distance (for girls) and 5 km distance (boys); 10.9. Wrestling (self defense)-know iesildīšano Bull special, personal hygiene and self-control. Know how to perform the combat elements-into disposal techniques, movements, grip, pitch, self defense items. You can execute the actions of protection and response, if pinched clothing if you grab a hand or hands if pinched waist, if pinched from behind, when attacking with items (stick the knife) when attacking without objects, if tight; 10.10. the orienteering-know orienteering sports concept, orients the fucking race types (orders, check, marked distance, orienteering relay), compass construction, it details the importance and proper storage, compass and "carrying" competition; nature protection rules, Latvia-sports card topographic signs, road check. Understand the scale of the map, its nature and the need, as well as concepts: the checkpoint legend, starporientier, stumbling block, key landmark landmark, dissipating the landmark. Know the difference between a line and a point of laukumveid landmarks. Familiar with the compass, read terrain map and terrain and navigate by it; use the distance travel choice principles (accuracy stage short phase, the long stage); use a distance known landmarks, use and control of the Court to legends, orienteering competitions. You can independently take 3-4 km distance race with 5-8 control points; 10.11. Tourism-tourism, knows the required group and own equipment (in any form of tourism), food packaging, storage and handling characteristics, how to choose the right holiday accommodation and places to determine the sides without the aid of Compass, the rules of nature protection. PR of the compass to determine the direction of the road (to navigate with a compass), read the card; choose and compose a hiking route, calculate travel costs, rational plan and calculate the required quantity of food preparation, proper to put things in a backpack, tie up the chest and tied the knots, to transport the wounded (the victim), trial tourism race. The ability to build and tear down alone in a tent (wind, rain, snow, sloping hillside, Rocky place), create fire, preparing food, move elsewhere with a marshy struggle, thin film, spend over hollow logs, strengthen it if necessary-to impose palīgvirv and across the ravine, put and remove the rope from the slopes, climb up and down the different types of slopes, using rope to make racing hiking; 10.12. dancing and rhythmic-know women of morphological and functional characteristics and physical exercise effects on the body, exercise complex composition in rhythmic gymnastics principles. Understand the musical tracks the meter, rhythm, tempo. Mastering classical dance (Waltz, English Waltz, fokstrot, Polonaise), the ability to create dance compositions, with the body to display one or the other phenomena without musical accompaniment and also with music, compose several exercise complex rhythmic gymnastics. Can be fed rhythmic gymnastics classes; 10.13. athletic gymnastics in the gymnasium of athletic-know the effects on the human body and the prerequisites for the athletic gymnastics of dealing with young and old people, knows the base exercise for each muscle group and prerequisites of muscle mass workout. Know how to compose and perform the exercise complex beginner, execute base exercise for each muscle group. say and show 3-5 exercise for each muscle group. 11. the role of physical activity in the development of the learner's personality: the ability to learn independently 11.1 through sports literature. Able to independently compile the pārattīstoš exercise complex, figure out the baton or toy according to the given topic, can they describe in simple language and teach the class members; 11.2. can analyze your operation to improve athletic performance. Able to make decisions and be responsible for the result of your action effort; 11.3. ability to choose physical activity and independently deal with them outside of school. The ability to act as an independent judge class (schools) competition; 11.4. able to work in a team, adapting to different players and needs. The ability to engage in a variety of school sporting events in the development of the project; 11.5. able to consider and evaluate different situations in sports, rightly arguing their views and explaining how you should behave in one way or another, what are the main reasons for the win or loss. Know how to argue with people who have a different view; 11.6. the ability to be honest in various race conditions, with respect to themselves, their teammates, race rival, condemning both physical and moral language. 12. General physical preparedness. Yes able to execute physical test requirements: 12.1 12. class women: 10 x 10 m points race (s) hand bending and straightening (times) in the long jump from space (cm) upper body lift (times) in the 1600 m run (mins) 10 27.0 22 210 65 20 205 60 7.35 7.20 28.0 9 8 7 18 195 55 15 185 50 28.5 7.50 29.0 8.05 8.20 5 10 165 40 6 13 175 45 29.5 30.0 8.35 8.50 8 155 35 3 4 5 145 30 30.5 31.0 9.10
2 the 32.0 9.30 4 135 25.12. youth class 12.2:10 x 10 m points race (s) Attraction at bars (up to 70 kg) (times) Pull on the rod (70 kg and more) (times) (700 g) throwing grenades (m) upper body lift (times) 3000 m steeplechase (min) 10 18 16 50 70 10.50 9 16 14 46 65 24.4 24.9 11.10 8 14 12 40 60 7 26.0 25.5 11.35 6 11 9 31 50 5 13 10 36 55 12.00 12.30 26.8 26.3
13.35 4 3 9 7 28 45 8 6 25 40 6 5 23 35 15.00 27.5 27.2 2.45 p.m. 2 4 3 19 30 16 h 00 note 28.2. One point the educator in all exercises can be posted at our discretion.
Minister of education and science B. 18. Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 mathematics. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to provide practical action requires a mathematical fitness level; create student mathematical culture which includes the mathematical knowledge and skills system, as well as a picture of the practical applications of mathematics, and developing general intellectual capacities and skills, which includes thinking techniques and methods, as well as spiritual work skills.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1 understand typical functional relationships and their study;
2.2. to acquire skills to use the properties of the corresponding equations, inequalities, equations and inequalities in the system the system;
2.3. to gain understanding of the elements of Combinatorics;
2.4. to gain understanding of geometric shapes State room;
2.5. mastering the use of geometric shape properties of the theoretical and practical challenges.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. numbers and operations with them: 3.1 the natural numbers, whole numbers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, real numbers, complex numbers, geometrical interpretation;
3.2. the real numbers, and complex numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication and Division. The real number powers, roots, logarithming.
4. Expression: 4.1 monom, polynomial, algebraic fractions, addition, subtraction, multiplication, Division, exponentiation. Irrational expressions and operations with them;
4.2. trigonometric expressions identical modifications. The expression and logarithmic Eksponen expression identical modifications.
5. the function. The concept of function. Inverse function concept. Elementary properties of the function and schedule (linear function, inverse proportionality, kvadrātfunkcij, power, function, eksponentfunkcij, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, trigonometric functions, inverse functions).
6. Equations: equations 6.1 to one variable: linear equations, the equations for the smallest, irrational equations, eksponentvienādojum, logarithmic equations, trigonometric equation are the. Equations containing modulus. The equation with parameters;
6.2. the equation with two or more variables. Equation systems with two variables, solving these problems;
6.3. the text of resolution tasks, creating an equation or system of equations.
7. disparities: 7.1.-numerical disparities, their properties. Disparity of proof;
7.2. disparities with one variable. Linear inequalities, the smallest disparity, eksponentnevienādīb, logarithmic inequalities, inequalities of metric trigon. Disparities that contain modules. Interval method;
7.3. disparities with two variables. Disparities in systems with two variables.
8. the elements of Combinatorics: 8.1 the concept of combinatorics. Connection. Permutations, variations and combinations. Newton's binomial;
8.2. the concept of probability.
9. Plane figures: 9.1 the triangle, types and properties. The triangle element calculation.
9.2. the rectangle, the type and characteristics. Rectangle element calculation.
9.3. the circle and the circle. Drag angle.
10. Geometric transformations plane: 10.1 shape equation. A triangle of equal signs. Displacement: symmetry (axial symmetry and the Central symmetry), swapping, parallel turns;
10.2. the similarity. Triangle similarity;
10.3. vectors, linear operations on them (addition, subtraction, and multiplication by a number). Vector dot product.
11. Geometrical figures in space: point 11.1, straight line, plane. Taišņ reciprocal condition. Straight lines and planes cross the State. The situation between planes;
11.2. parallel projection. The Central projection. The orthogonal projection;
11.3. the polyhedron. Prism. Parallelepiped. Pyramid. A truncated first Mead. Regular polyhedral;
11.4. the rotation of the body (cylinder, cone, truncated cone, sphere) and rotational surface, it aksiālšķēlum. Ball pieskarplakn.
12. the geometric size: 12.1. plane figures area;
12.2. the polyhedral surface area. The surface area of rotation;
12.3. the volume of polyhedral. Volume of body of rotation.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class of Real numbers: 13 13.1. can be postponed to give the number to the coordinates of the star;
13.2. able to lay down a set of numbers which belong to the given number;
13.3. can go round the numbers to the shortage and amply to the specified class;
13.4. can use mikrokalkulator;
13.5 pr through arithmetic operations with real numbers, compare numbers;
13.6. can execute transactions with the notches if the exponent is a real number;
8.5. know how to calculate the value of the expression;
13.8. can prove that a given numeric value or expression is a rational number;
13.9. know how to transform a portion of the product, or in the form of degrees and vice versa;
13.10. can write to root and vice versa;
13.11. know how to take out the multiplier under the root sign, take out the multiplier before root signs, cut part.
14. the logarithm: 14.1. can use a body of logaritmēšan properties, pamatidentitāt, the mēšan of the laws; logari
14.2. can potencē, calculate the value of expression, switching to a decimal logarithm.
15. Monom and polynomial: 15.1. can write a normālform; monom
15.2. know how to execute transactions with the monom (addition, subtraction, multiplication, Division, exponentiation);
15.3. can multiply the polynomial monom, multiply the polynomial with a polynomial, a polynomial, a polynomial reizinātājo split divided by a polynomial.
16. Know how to calculate the value of expression, simplifying the expression.
17. Trigonometric expressions: 17.1. know the cosine of the angle, the sine, tangent, and the definition of kotangens;
17.2. knows the pressure formula;
17.3. can use trigonometry in the molecule;
17.4. can use a two-argument amounts and the difference of sine cosine and tangent, formulas, the formulas argument, double sine, cosine and the amounts and the difference in the transformation of the product, the downgrading of the formula or the formula pusargument;
17.5. know how to simplify expressions using trigonometry the molecule;
10.9. know how to calculate the value of expression to prove identity;
17.7. know how to calculate the trigonometric function of other values, if one of the known value of the function;
11.1. can simplify expression using formulas.
18. Function: 18.1. know the definition of the function, inverse function definition, the concept of a constructed function;
18.2. know how to construct a basic elementary schedules: after value tables; After the properties of the research; using the elemental function of deformation;
18.3. the read function graphs (intersection with the axes, interval monotonitāt maximum point minimum);
18.4. to find the pr function, inverse function and to design its graphics;
18.5. able to lay down whether a given function is even or odd function;
18.6. know how to construct a function schedules after the given graphic parts, if given (0, a);
11.6. able to lay down a definition of the function area, to find out whether the point belongs to the function;
12.8. know how to write the function as elementary functions, composite functions;
11.7. familiar with the functional side.
19. the equations: 19.1. know how to solve a linear equation, quadratic equation, to study the equation;
19.2. know how to determine whether the given equation is an identity;
19.3. know how to determine whether the given equations are equivalent;
19.4. can prove the equation.
20. Know how to solve equations containing modulus, and the irrational equal to you.
21. Eksponentvienādojum: able to solve eksponentvienādojum 21.1, reducing them to basic equations, carrying a common factor behind the brackets;
21.2. know how to solve, produced by eksponentvienādojum them into algebraic equations;
21.3. can solve on homogeneous eksponentvienādojum.
22. the Log equation: 22.1. know how to solve equations by using the slide of the logarithm definition;
22.2. able to solve equations using slide properties of the logarithm;
22.3. know how to solve the equations that slide can be reduced to algebraic equations;
22.4. know how to solve the equations that slide to the logarithm of both sides of the equation.
23. the Trigonometric equations: 23.1. know how to solve a basic trigonometrisko;
23.2. can solve equations using trigonometrisko verdict on two same name trigonometric function equal;
23.3. know how to solve the trigonometrisko equations that can be reduced to algebraic equations;
23.4. know how to solve the homogeneous trigonometrisko equations;
14.6. can solve the trigonometrisko equations, dividing the left reizinātājo;
14.7. can solve the equations and write answers written intervals.
24. Know how to solve equations with parameters.
25. the system of Equations with two variables, solving these problems: 25.1. find out know how to with one parameter value linear equation system is one solution; are endless; not a clue;
25.2. to solve the equation system can do with two variables;
15.7. to solve equation-pr eksponentvienādojum and logarithmic equation-system.
26. the text of the task solving, creating an equation or system of equations: 26.1. able to resolve tasks of text when writing equations;
26.2. able to solve tasks on the calculation of interest and on the joint work.
27. disparities: 27.1. know how to determine whether the disparities are equivalent;
27.2. able to prove inequalities by using the binomial theorem of the square or the separation of the arithmetic mean;
27.3. know how to solve algebraic inequalities with one variable;
27.4. understands to solve inequalities containing modules;
27.5. pr eksponentvienādīb to sort out;
17.1. able to solve logarithmic inequalities;
17.2. know how to solve trigonometric inequalities;
17.3. know how to display a grid plane given the disparity of the solution set.
28. the elements of Combinatorics: 28.1. to calculate the number of permutations in pr n elements;
28.2. to calculate the number of variation in pr;
17.6. to calculate the number of combinations of pr;
28.4. embraced the multiplication law;
28.5. know the probability of the classic statistical and geometric definition, know how to calculate the probability.
29. Plane figures: 29.1. know how to calculate triangle elements using the triangle properties and formulas;
29.2. know how to calculate the external angle of the triangle;
3. know how to calculate triangle drawn in a circle of radius around the triangle outlined circle radius;
29.4. know when around the rectangle can circle a circle when the rectangle you drag circle;
know how to calculate square 29.5. elements;
29.6. know the removal of a circle through three points;
18.5. know straight and circle intersection signs, the definition of tangent sekant definition, postulate on a tangent and sekant, drawn from one point, the definition of the sector, the definition of the angle, pull the chord tangent angle of-it;
29.8. know how to calculate drag angle.
30. Geometric transformations plane: 18.7. can solve design challenges using the geometric plane modifications;
30.2. to sort out evidence of pr tasks using the geometric plane modifications: axial symmetry, symmetry parallel to the Central, swapping, turn;
30.3. know how to calculate the perimeter of a polygon, a similar area.
31. the Stereometrij axioms, the slits: 31.1. axiom of stereometrij know;
19.4. can display the drawing of spatial geometric body;
31.3. know how to construct a 3D body vents with plane;
19.5. can solve tasks of calculation and of proof, using: two State between taišņ; two planes cross the situation room; straight lines and planes cross the situation room; the removal of the plane through the straight and to the point that is not on it, through two parallel straight, through the three points.
32. Know how to solve the calculation and proof tasks using the parallel definition of taišņ theorem of straight parallel space, taišņ parallelism attribute of and distance between parallel straight.
33. A straight line parallel to the plane: 33.1. know how to solve the calculation and proof orders using straight lines and plane parallelism definition and symptoms of;
33.2. able to lay down a straight and flat position.
34. Know how to solve the calculation and proof tasks, using the definition of parallel planes, two planes of mutual position, parallelism of planes, theorem on two parallel planes that cuts with a third plane, the theorem in the case of parallel taišņ which concluded between two parallel planes.
35. Know how to solve the calculation and proof orders using straight lines and planes of perpendikularitāt definition, straight and flat, the perpendicular of the perpendikularitāt definition, the definition of a distance from the point to the plane, orthogonal projection of the point of the polygon in the plane, if it is equidistant from the sides of the polygon or peaks.
36. Can evidence be resolved and calculation tasks, using knowledge of the angle between the straight and flat.
37. Can use three perpendicular ramps and projection theorem, definition.
38. The angle between the planes: 38.1. images in a drawing skills in the angle between the straight and the plane;
38.2. display drawing skills in the theorem and task conditions;
23.8. know how to use the angle between the planes, solving the tasks.
39. Geometric body: 24.3. know how to calculate the parallelepiped elements, the surface area of the parallelepiped volume;
24.4. know how to calculate the Prism, prism surface area, volume;
24.4. know how to calculate Pyramid, pyramid surface area, volume;
24.5. know how to calculate the cylinder and surface area, volume;
24.5. know how to calculate Cone, the cone surface area and volume;
24.6. know how to calculate the part of the ball, the ball and the volume of its parts;
24.7. pr to address tasks that contain geometric body combinations. Minister of education and Science (B). Annex 19 Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 informatics. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote practical and independent learners in work skills and the skills of modern information and communication technologies in the information gathering, processing and making necessary diverse life situations and other subjects of learning. 2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1. mastering information and communication technology concepts; 2.2. get practical work basic skills individually and in collaboration with others in identifying and solving problems using information and communication technologies in the information; 2.3. gain diverse learning experience by using information and communication technologies; 2.4. to gain intellectual freedom of action and accountability in the international community, the democratic experience; 2.5. to gain experience and vocations training, understanding the information and communication technology straujo rates of development and the importance of the development of society; 2.6. build habits to work in a healthy work environment and learn the techniques to reduce or avoid health problems on your computer; 2.7. build motivation in your abilities, to become a full-fledged member of the information society.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Information and communication technology concepts. 4. Practical and research activities: 4.1 the PC usage and handling of files; 4.2. image processing; 4.3. text processing; 4.4. use of spreadsheets; 4.5. database design and use; 4.6. the presentation material preparation and playback; 4.7. the acquisition and use of means of communication. 5. Computing the ethical and legal aspects of his and other security.
Minister of education and science b. Rivž. Annex 20 Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 physics. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to improve understanding of the physical phenomena of nature and technology and to develop responsible attitudes towards people, society and the environment.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1. build skills to discern and classify physical phenomena in nature and technology;
2.2. to build knowledge about physical phenomena, patterns and models;
2.3. create the ability to perform physical experiments, according to a statement;
2.4. build skills in the use of the acquired knowledge in practical solving of tasks;
2.5. build skills to display process graphs, charts and tables;
2.6. build creative and rational work skills;
2.7 build general research skills (analyze, systematize, conclusion, compare, classify, simulate);
2.8. build skills independently to plan and organise science research using observation and experimental techniques.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Mechanics: 3.1 motor movement, its characteristics;
3.2. mechanical movement: straight-through and curvilinear movement;
3.3. bodies interact. Body mass and momentum, momentum conservation law. Force. Newton's laws;
3.4. force: gravity, gravity, elasticity, friction and weight force;
3.5. statics of force balance. Reaction force. Force of nature, and the resulting movement. Mechanical work, power and energy. Energy conservation law;
3.6. mechanical oscillations and waves. The sound;
3.7. static pressure in liquids and gases.
4. Molekulārfizik: 4.1. Molecular kinetic theory basics. Molecular characteristics. Molecular interaction and movement;
4.2. the idea of molecular kinetic gas theory. Izoparametrisk processes. The features and use of the gas. Ideal gas the internal energy. The first law of thermodynamics. Work and heat in thermodynamics. Heat exchange processes. Heat machine;
4.3. the characteristics of the liquid. Crystalline and amorphous substances, their mechanical properties. Liquid and solid body in thermal expansion. Liquid crystals. Mineral substances;
4.4. saturated steam and saturated steam.
5. Elektrodinamik: 5.1 electric charges, their interaction. Electric field intensity. Potential. Voltage, the managers and leaders in electric field. Capacity. Capacitor;
5.2. electrical, power strength. The leader of the resistance. Ohm's law of a chain. The head of the string and parallel circuits;
5.3 power and capacity. Power source elektrodzinējspēk (eds). Ohm's law to the full circuit. Joule-Lenz law;
5.4. electric current in different environments;
5.5. the AC magnetic field, magnetic induction, magnetic flux. Driving circuit of the external magnetic field. Magnetic field effects on provide barriers against neighbouring live round. Lorentz force. Law amp;
5.6. magnetic properties of substances. Magnetic materials;
5.7. Electromagnetic induction, induction and power needs. Pašindukcij. Coil inductance. AC magnetic field energy;
5.8 electromagnetic oscillations. Fluctuations in the outline. Relentless electromagnetic oscillations. AC, its production, transmission and use;
5.9. electromagnetic waves, their characteristics, distribution and use. Information transmission and reception of physical basis. Radio, television and radar.
6. Optics: 6.1 main optical phenomena: light reflection and refraction. Speed of light;
6.2. mirrors, prisms and lenses. Image design flat mirrors and lenses, the image properties;
6.3. the wave nature of light. Light absorption, dispersion, interference, diffraction and polarization. Optical device in science and technology;
6.4. photometry: light sources, their characteristics. Lighting, its laws.
7. Quantum Physics: atomic structure of 7.1. Rutherford Atomic planetary model. Bora postulate. A quantum of light-photons;
7.2. the light emission and absorption of quantum atom. Radiation spectrum, the visible and invisible;
7.3. radiolucent. Photo effect. The chemical action of light. Lumina the cenc.
7.4. the structure of the atom's nucleus. Capable and kodolspēk. Mass and energy context. Nuclear energy links. Radioactivity. Radioactive isotopes, radiation. Nuclear reaction. Nuclear reactor;
7.5. the fusion reaction. Particles.
8. the structure of the universe: the solar system 8.1. Our Milky Way and other galaxies. The universe;
8.2. the evolution of the universe. The emergence and development of stars. Fusion reactions in stars.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 9. Mechanics: 9.1. understand and correctly use concepts: material point, reporting system, path, circular and rotational motion, phase, friction, garenviļņ, transverse, tone, timbre, ultrasound and infrasound;
9.2. know the basic physical size-displacement, acceleration, average and instantaneous speed, amplitude, period, frequency, torque, power, work, momentum, the efficiency of the mechanism, kinetic and potential energy-labels (symbols) and the unit;
9.3. the different types of mechanical motion after motion path's shape and movement in nature;
9.4. the pilot determine the displacement and velocity taisnlīnij motion, force, friction coefficient, acceleration of free fall and spring rate numbness;
9.5. the calculation, displacement, speed and Acceleration steady and uniformly accelerated taisnlīnij in in motion;
9.6. calculate the frequency and period of steady movement along the circumference, gravity, elasticity and friction forces, the resulting force and momentum of the body;
9.7. the image graphically smooth and uniformly accelerated taisnlīnij taisnlīnij movement and speed of the displacement and used it for the description of movement;
9.8. using dynamic calculations, gravity, momentum, and energy conservation, Hooke and Archimedes ' principle;
9.9. understands the gravity, gravity, force of flexibility works, body weight and weightlessness;
9.10. explain with examples the Jet;
9.11. analyzes and calculates the characteristics of body movement along a horizontal surface and oblique surfaces;
9.12. the calculation of the mechanical work, power, kinetic and potential energy;
9.13. the calculation of body weight of the vertical motion;
9.14. the calculation of the period and frequency fluctuation in motion, sound propagation speed and wave length;
9.15. the calculation of fluid pressure on the sides of the container and the Archimedes force;
9.16. explain the relationship between fluctuations in the period, the length of the pendulum, the spring rate, numbness of the masses and free fall acceleration;
9.17. explain the use of ultrasound and infraskaņ;
9.18. understands the body swimming conditions.
10. Molekulārfizik: 10.1. understand and correctly use concepts: kapilaritāt, bed wetting, crystalline and amorphous materials, insulated, izobārisk and izohorisk process;
10.2. know the basic physical size-molar mass, heat, specific heat, specific melting, evaporation and combustion heat-signs (symbols) and the unit;
10.3. know the molecular kinetic theory basics, energy conservation Act siltumproceso and the first law of thermodynamics;
10.4. understands the mechanical properties of solids;
10.5. explain the molecular interaction force action, Brown's motion, the motion of gas molecules and the pressure on the sides of the container;
10.6. crystalline and amorphous explains the structure of substance;
10.7. calculate the molecular weight of the substance, the work on thermodynamics, surface tension coefficient, tension strength and thermal expansion coefficient;
10.8. the calculation of the characteristics of the gas from the ideal gas equation of State, the molecules move in chaotic movement of the average kinetic energy, and the ideal gas the internal energy;
10.9. the calculation of the heating and melting the substance needed for heat;
10.10. represent graphically the gas exchange parameters, if the gas mass is constant;
10.11. using the ideal gas model and condition equation process explanation;
10.12. experimentally determined surface tension coefficient.
11. Elektrodinamik: 11.1. understand and correctly use concepts: elektrizācij, electrostatic induction, electric charge, capacitors, magnetic permeability, a Manager and, photoelectric isolator, lādiņnesēj, Thermistor, permanent magnet, electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic oscillations and waves, fluctuations in the circuit, AC and transformers;
11.2. know the basic physical size-electric field intensity and potential dielectric permeability, electrical, power, voltage, resistance, strength, power and capacity, eds, capacity, magnetic field induction and inductance-signs (symbols) and the unit;
11.3. know electric charge, Coulomb law of conservation law, Ohm's law of the chain and closed circuit, driver series, and parallel circuit patterns, Joule-Lenz's law, electromagnetic induction, Lenz's law and the Thomson formula;
11.4. understands the vacuum, semi-conductor diodes and tubes activity, electromagnetic induction and pašindukcij phenomena, induction power and power eds, magnetic activity, production and transmission of electricity;
11.5. explains elektrizācij, the head of the body, and dielectric behaviour of the electrical field, thermionic emission, induction and emergence of driver ED in the transformer;
11.6. explain the vacuum, semiconductor and magnetic materials devices;
7.3. calculation of charge interaction force, electric field intensity, condenser capacity planes and energy driving resistance, work, power, and the heat quantity, Amps and Lorenz force, induction and pašindukcij ED in the electric field, capacitor and coil magnetic field energy, electromagnetic fluctuation period and outline of the radiated wavelength;
11.8. determine the electric field exposure in the direction to the force charged particles, magnetic field induction, Amps and Lorentz force direction;
7.4. using Ohm's law calculations of the chain and full circuit with string and parallel closed drivers;
11.10. engage the electrical circuit by schema;
11.11. represents graphically the curve and down the Volt from its current strength of voltage and resistance;
11.12. experimentally determines the strength and power voltage direct current and alternating current circuit and power supply eds.
12. Optics: 12.1. term: the speed of light, absorption, dispersion, interference, diffraction, polarization, intensity and illumination;
12.2. know light straight-line propagation, refractive and breaking of laws;
12.3. the nature of emission, absorption, continuous spectrum of line and bar;
12.4 explain shadow and Penumbra and fully reflected;
12.5. constructed of light in the mirror over the plakanparalēl plane, Prism and lens;
12.6. the down fall of the light beam, reflectance and refraction angles;
12.7. the calculation of the relative refractive coefficient, lens optical strength and image magnification;
12.8. the pilot acquires the object image with the lens and the focal length of the lens;
12.9. experimentally determine the wavelength of light and lighting;
12.10. explain the vision defects prevention options and use the lens optical devices;
12.11. observed the diffraction grid for the spectrum.
13. Quantum Physics: 13.1. used the concept of "photo";
13.2. know the laws and the effect of boron postulate;
13.3. the nature and the structure of the atomic nucleus with the periodic system;
13.4. calculate the photon energy and momentum;
13.5. the nature of the radioactive isotope used in medicine, science, the economy and the effects of radioactive radiation on living organisms;
13.6. explain the structure and functioning of the photocell.
14. the structure of the universe: 14.1. use concepts: the solar system, the milky way;
14.2. the nature of the universe evolution. Minister of education and science b. 21. Annex Rivž Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 chemistry. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to improve understanding of the substances, their structure, properties and chemical processes, creating research skills, develop an understanding of the role of chemistry for the development of society and human life, as well as practical environmental protection problems.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1 build understanding of the chemical processes in nature and people;
2.2. provide knowledge of basic concepts, fundamental laws of chemistry and structure and properties of substances in a logical sequence, with the understanding, explaining the nature of the substance from their design;
2.3. deepen knowledge about the properties of substances, the use and its consequences in the household and in the environment, introduce the main directions of environmental protection from the effects of chemical products;
2.4. build awareness about the importance of chemistry in the development of society and the science of chemistry as a historical development;
2.5. to deepen and specify the notions of the role of Human Chemistry practical life;
2.6. to develop skills in working with independent learning literature and hand books and build skills through informative materials and assess their usefulness and credibility;
2.7 build general research (observation, analysis, categorization and secināšan) skills and specific chemical experiment skills and skills;
2.8. to deepen skills quantitative nature of the task;
2.9. build general research skills (analyze, systematize, conclusion, compare, classify, simulate);
2.10. build skills independently to plan and organise science research using observation and experimental techniques.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Chemistry as a science, the historical development. The most important chemical concepts: 3.1 the place of other chemical sciences. Historical development of chemistry in the world and in Latvia. Major global and Latvian chemist;
3.2. stability of the composition. Conservation of mass and energy. Avogadro's law. Gas State equation;
3.3. the notion of equivalent.
4. the structure of the Atom: the atom kernel of 4.1. Isotopes. Radioactivity. Nuclear reaction;
4.2. Atomic elektronapvalk structure.
5. Chemical elements in the periodic system: 5.1 the periodic law. The chemical elements in the periodic system structure;
5.2. characteristics of the chemical elements in the periodic change.
6. the structure of the substance: chemical links 6.1 formation causes. Jon link. Covalent link. Electronegativity. Metallic link;
6.2. spatial structure of the molecule. Crystalline and amorphous materials. Allotropy;
6.3. starpmolekulār interactions. Hydrogen link;
6.4. properties of substances depending on their design.
7. Disperse systems. Solution: 7.1 systems disperse, their classification by mineral;
7.2. solution classification by particle size. Suspension. The emulsion. Colloidal solutions. Real solutions. Alloys;
7.4. the right solution in quantitative composition characterization types. The molar concentration of the substance;
7.5. electrolytes and non-electrolytes. Strong and weak electrolytes;
8. Chemical reactions and progress: 8.1 classification of chemical reaction (from the theory of atoms and molecules, after guidance, and energy exchange, after the change of the degree of oxidation);
8.2. changing energy chemical reactions. Chemical reaction siltumefekt or enthalpy;
8.3. chemical reaction speed. Catalysis. Chemical balance. The Lešatelj principle;
8.4. the Ionic reaction. Acid and alkaline salts;
8.5. the ionization of water. Hydrogen exponent (pH). Indicators. Hydrolysis of salts;
5.3. oxidation. Reduction. Oxidation degree. Oxidation reduction reactions;
8.7. the conversion of chemical energy into electrical energy. Chemical power sources;
8.8. the decomposition by DC. The chlor-alkali electrolysis industry;
8.9. metal corrosion. Corrosion protection of metals.
9. non-organic General: 9.1 (A) (I) and (II) the group element;
9.2. A group III elements. Boron and aluminium;
9.3. the elements of Group IV A;
9.4. A group V elements. Nitrogen and phosphorus;
9.5. A Group VI elements. Oxygen and sulfur;
9.6. A Group VII elements;
9.7. noble gases;
9.8. transitional elements in General;
9.9. I B and II Group B elements;
9.10. titanium. Chromium. Manganese. Iron.
10. Organic General: 10.1 the variety of organic compounds. Classification. Homology. Izomērij. Nomenclature;
10.2. organic reactions;
10.3. the hydrocarbons. Alkanes. Alkene. Diene. Alkyne. Cikloalkān. The arena;
10.4. natural sources of hydrocarbons, processing products;
10.5. the functional derivatives of hydrocarbons. Halogen hydrocarbons are vasinājum. Hidroksilatvasinājum of hydrocarbons. The Aether. Nitro compounds and amines. Karbonilatvasinājum of hydrocarbons;
10.6. carboxylic acids. Carboxylic acids salts. SOAP, it disintegrated. Synthetic detergents. Hester. Substituted acids. Hidroksiskāb. Amino acids;
10.7. dabasviel and natural macromolecular compounds. Carbohydrates. Peptides. Polypeptides. Protein. Fats and oils. Natural dyes. Vitamins. Nucleic acid;
10.8. synthetic macromolecular compounds. Polymerization. Polikonden sācij. Polymerised materials. Plastic. Rubber. Rubber. Fibres. Composite.
11. Environmental Chemistry: 11.1. atmospheric and water chemistry;
11.2. geochemistry and silikātmateriāl;
11.4. chemical processes in living Orga nismo.
12. the chemistry of everyday life: 12.1. fuel and fuel;
12.2. medicinal products;
12.3. chemistry in agriculture;
12.4. the chemistry of the food industry;
12.5. oils, paints and varnishes.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 13. Chemistry as a science, the historical development. The most important chemical concepts: 13.1. know the historical development of chemistry in the world and in Latvia;
13.2. understands the chemistry place among other sciences;
13.3. what major world and Latvian chemist and briefly describe their activities;
13.4. the understanding of the chemical composition of the permanence of conservation of mass and energy in chemistry;
13.5. understands the nature of the gas (Avogadro, a gas State equation);
13.6. understands the Union equivalent of the substance.
14. Atomic structure: 14.1 know concepts: particles, the composition of the atom's nucleus, isotope, energy levels, energy sublevel, orbital, spin, radioactivity, nuclear reaction;
14.2. the nuclear charge, proton, neutron, electron number of atom and nuclear reaction equations;
14.3. calculate the relative atomic mass of isotopes;
8.9. describe s, p electron orbitāļ form and their spatial orientation;
14.5. understands the structure of the atom elektronapvalk, written by elektronapvalk of the construction of the Atomic formulas 1.-4. period elements, and down by the construction of the atom 1.-4. period elements common oxidation and values.
15. The chemical elements in the periodic system: 15.1 knows the periodic law of the chemical elements;
15.2. the understanding of the chemical elements in the periodic system construction, metallic, non-metallic and element that has amfotēr connection properties, lantanoīd and aktinoīd place in the periodic system;
15.3. understands the characteristics of the elements periodic exchange periods and similar elements changing the characteristics of the groups and concentrates the chemical elements in the periodic system;
15.4. explain element and change the properties of the connection created with the structure of the atom;
15.5. featuring A group element design and create these elements connect similarities. With specific examples explain the transition elements form the connection properties of the dependence on the degree of oxidation.
16. the structure of the substance: 16.1 know concepts: Ionic, Covalent link link link, metallic hydrogen link oxidation degree, value, the relative electronegativity (REN), valence electrons, cationic, anionic, coordination number;
16.2. puzzled by Covalent links formation mechanism (radicals and donor akceptor), chemical link with elektronformul and display a graphical representation of the formula;
16.3. understand the electron clouds overlap, forming a σ and p links;
16.4. understands the link polarity connection with relative elektronegativitāt;
16.5. understands the nature of the interaction starpmolekulār hydrogen links formation;
16.6. understands the complex connection formation principles;
10.4. determines the chemical link to a specific connection, and image formation by chemical links, draw up a structural formula of organic substances;
16.8. the image s-s, s-p and p-p electron clouds overlap, determines the polarity and link the Electron density shift, using REN;
16.9. explain the ion and ion the link formation, atom losing or adding electrons;
16.10. know the substance kristālrežģ types and understand the State of crystalline and amorphous;
16.11 understands the substance in solid, liquid and gaseous state phase transition processes and their representation in the statechart. Explaining the external factors on phase transition processes;
16.12. explains the characteristic properties of the substance to determine the kristālrežģ, and describes the characteristics of the different physical States of the existing substances;
16.13. compare gas density by their molecular weight.
17. Disperse systems. Solution: 17.1. know concepts: solubility, the real solution, electrolytes and non-electrolytes, dissociation and Association, solvatācij and hydrated, kristālhidrāt, molar concentration, by mass;
17.2. know the classification of disperse system;
17.3. disperse systems understand the Division with settling, filtration, centrifugation, extraction, adsorption, hromat the grāfij and jonapmaiņ techniques;
17.4. describes the everyday life of common disperse systems, their characteristics and the most commonly used methods of Division;
17.5. understand electrolytes breakdown by their degree of dissociation;
10.9. understands the solution characteristics of solvent properties;
17.7. the substance of the titration be understood;
11.1. using the manual and solubility curve, characterized by a specific substance solubility and its dependence on substances, natural mineral solvent, temperature and pressure;
11.1. addressing the computing tasks of solutions (the calculation of mass, the mass of the solution and the solvent, the solvent or the volume, density, part of the mass, molar mass of the substance and concentration). Use the table on the relationship between the density of the solution and mass fraction dissolved substances;
17.10. chemistry lab prepare solutions with a particular part of the mass or molar concentration of pure substances, kristālhidrāt and more concentrated solutions.
18. Chemical reactions and progress: 11.2. classify chemical reactions of Atomic and molecular theory, after guidance, by taking or emission energy, after the change of the degree of oxidation;
18.2. the calculation of the reaction products of mass or volume or reactive mass or volume, if you know the practical outcome of the reaction. Understands the reaction of the practical and theoretical result;
18.3. the calculation of the reaction products of mass or volume, if one of the inputs given in the contents or the primacy of specific weight of impurity.
18.4. do the calculations by steheometrisk scheme and resolve tasks that combine basic types of tasks;
18.5. the nature of energy production reaction and nuclear reaction. Understand the energy change of the reaction and chemical calculations reaction enthalpy change siltumefekt or;
18.6. know concepts: chemical reaction speed, catalysis, catalyst, inhibitor;
11.6. understands the reaction speed dependence of various factors (natural substance, concentration, temperature, substance, the contact surface of the catalyst) and with specific examples explain the reaction speed of the change of different substances;
12.8. explain how to move the chemical balance, changing the concentration, temperature and pressure and explain the choice of the optimum conditions for the production of ammonia or other processes;
11.7. the importance of the pH in the body know and soil;
18.10. to understand ion equation. Draw up a reaction in ionic equations, equations determined by ion reactions and reversibility;
18.11. determine the solution environment with different indicators. Understand the salt hydrolysis and the potential environment saline aqueous solutions;
18.12. chemistry lab with its characteristic the reaction of ions proves;
18.13. know concepts: oxidation, reduction, oxidizing, reducing, Galvanic, chemical power sources, electrolysis, corrosion of metals;
18.14. understands the metal electrochemical voltage line and its use of chemical properties of metal characterization;
18.15. understands the most important chemical processes that are used to obtain the chemical electric power sources in the power, the practical use of galvanotehnik electrolysis, metal mining and refining;
18.16. understands the metal corrosion and elektroķīmisko of chemical processes, protection against corrosion;
18.17. calculate the degree of oxidation in various connections, draw up a balance of the electron oxidation reduction reaction equations;
18.18. draw up the oxygen-free saline and alkali solution and melt in electrolysis process equations and calculations made by electrolysis process equation.
19. non-organic General: 19.1 know concepts: s, p, d, f, creative elements, salts (acid, alkaline, amfotēr) and salts not creative oxides, base (soluble and insoluble hydroxides with bases and amfotēr properties), acids, salts (normal, sour, bases, salts and complexes);
19.2. named and classified by the inorganic substances;
19.3. (I), (II) describes A, A, A, III, IV, V, VI, VII A, A, A, A group and the transition elements by Atomic design;
19.4. the nature of sodium (Na), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca), boron (B), aluminium (Al), hydrogen (H), carbon (C), Silicon (Si), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), oxygen (O), sulfur (S), Fluorine (F), chlorine (Cl), Tin (Sn), lead (Pb), copper (Cu), titanium (Ti), chromium (Cr), manganese (Mn), iron (Fe), zinc (Zn) the most important connection key characteristics, use, the distribution of elements in nature;
19.5. reaction equations that describes the metals, non-metals, alkaline, acid, and salts not amfotēr creative oxides, acids, soluble and insoluble hydroxides with bases and amfotēr characteristics, and the normal alkaline salts, acid properties and extraction;
12.2. in the reaction equation that describes the relationship between inorganic substances, supplementing it with appropriate ion oxidation reduction reaction or connections;
19.7. practical responses that do not describe the characteristics of organic matter and the relationship between them. Obtain and accumulate gas (oxygen, hydrogen, ammonia, carbon dioxide) and investigation of their properties;
19.8. the observations, notes, observations, generalizing the experiments undertaken and analysed;
12.4. chemistry lab comply with safe working methods.
20. Organic General: 20.1. know concepts: organic chemistry, organic substances, izomērij, nomenclature, allogeneic, homologous line, a line in a general formula, homologous difference, functional group;
20.2. understands the structure of organic compounds. With specific examples explain izomērij, characterized by organic matter causes diversity and draw up a specific formula of isomers for connections from coal, hydrogen, halogen, hydroxyl-, Carbonyl-derivatives of carboxylic acids-homologous lines;
20.3. describe the nature of the inscriptions of the homology of hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, carboxylic acids are homologous to the line after the General formulas, called organic substances under the international theoretical and practical chemistry (IUPAC) nomenclature of Association;
20.4. classified in organic matter, knowing their specific functional groups;
20.5. determine the molecular formula of gaseous organic matter, if given the composition of the mass of the parts;
20.6. understanding the combustion of organic matter, append, atšķelšan, hydrolysis, fermentation, and condensation polymerization reactions;
20.7. to understand the genetic relationship between organic matter and chemical transformation of the article strings matching reaction equations;
12.9. the article reaction equations (according to the type of response required) homologous line General Member, featuring such organic characteristics: alkanes, alkene, alkyne, arena, univalent and Cyclic alcohols, phenols, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, the univalent saturated esters, amines, amino acids;
20.9. explains the differences between homologous line construction and the characteristics of the members (such as acetic acid and stearic);
20.10. chemistry lab recognizes the important organic substances (ethyl alcohol, glycerin, formalin, acetic acid, phenol, glucose, starch, proteins) by physical characteristics and their characteristic reactions;
20.11. know concepts: monomer, polymer, elementārposm, foamed plastics in degree sation, termoaktīv polymer, thermoplastic polymer, rubber, rubber, proteins, polypeptides, nucleic acid, carbohydrates;
20.12. draw up the polymerization and condensation process in the same way you characterize polymers and their characteristics. Describe the most important characteristics of the polymer in connection with their construction;
20.13. the nature of the most important dabasviel chemical structure and biological importance.
21. Environmental Chemistry: 21.1. describes the distribution of chemical elements in nature;
21.2. named Latvian valid mineral-raw materials in the chemical factory in the construction-and characterized by their industrial processing facilities;
21.3. featuring ceramics, glass, building materials, metal, ethyl alcohol, sucrose, paper (cellulose) production and processing in Latvia and polymerised materials with their production-related environmental problems;
21.4. the basic chemical industry waste, non-industrial technology;
21.5. know the atmosphere, natural waters, the composition of the Earth's crust;
21.6. describe soil fertilizer, liming, fertilizers and plant protection products (such as herbicides, pesticides) correct use conditions;
21.7. to understand water and air protection.
22. the chemistry of everyday life: 22.1. know what is hard water and characterized by water softeners;
22.2. understands the metal corrosion and its prevention;
22.3. understands the organic matter (FAT, protein, carbohydrates, nucleic acids) role in living organisms and living organisms role conversion of organic substances in foodstuffs (lactic, acetic fermentation of the spirit,);
22.4. describes the likelihood of contamination of food products and their composition control;
22.5. know the most important components of the composition, and the principles of everyday use salts, fertilizers, plant protection products, metal alloys, solvents, detergents, plastics, fibers, glues, varnishes, paints, therapeutic, cosmetic features, important nutrients;
22.6. characterized by natural gas, coal and oil recycling directions, products obtained from the processing and their meaning. Minister of education and science b. 22 Rivž annex Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 biology. General secondary education subject standard I. Subject objectives and tasks 1. Subject aims to develop a unified vision of the world, identifying the diverse manifestations of life living organisms in the system.
2. Subject to: 2.1 identify living organisms, the structure and function of the physical, chemical and biological processes of unity;
2.2. to clarify the nature of the diverse life developments causal patterns. It is indispensable to use live observation, make categorization, analyze, draw conclusions;
2.3. to provide learners with the self-realization of acquired knowledge, experience in the household, the elementary nature protection measures, biological research;
2.4. build ethical values based on life style choices, your health and the conservation of the natural environment for future generations;
2.5. build general research skills (analyze, systematize, conclusion, compare, classify, simulate);
2.6. build skills independently to plan and organise science research using observation and experimental techniques.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. the diversity of Life on Earth. The modern classification of living organisms: principle 3.1 prokaryotic, eukaryotic. Characteristics and comparison;
3.3. the mushrooms;
3.4. the plant;
3.5. the animals;
3.7. daudzšūņ: zarndobumaiņ, flatworm, tapeworms, annelid, phase leg, molluscs, chordates.
4. the cell. Audi.
5. chemistry of life.
6. Metabolism and energy exchange in the body. Feeding the essence.
8. transport of substances.
9. Excretion (izvadsistēm).
10. coordination and regulation.
11. the endocrine system.
12. the ethology.
13. Musculoskeletal System.
14. The breeding.
15. Growth and development.
16. Heredity and variation.
19. the ecology.
20. the nature protection.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 21. the diversity of Life on Earth: 21.1. know the classification of living organisms and the taxonomic group;
21.2. describe and compare prokaryotic, eukaryotic.
22. Viruses: 22.1. know virus detection history. Know the electron microscope operating principles;
22.2. Comparing viral diversity (form, structure). Know how to replicate viruses and virus;
22.3. know about the virus and the spread of antibiotic exposure to viruses.
23. Bacteria: 23.1. know bacteria detection and study of history (l. Pasteur, r. Koch). Know the bacterial form, diversity, structure, reproduction and adaptation to adverse conditions;
23.2. know about bacteria (such as waste water treatment, fermentation process, antibiotics);
14.5. can protect you from diseases caused by bacteria;
23.4. know curing methods that limit the development of bacteria.
24. The mushroom country: 24.1. know the mushroom, barošano, reproduction, diversity and importance of mushrooms (such as soil fertility, fermentation, antibiotics);
24.2. know the mushrooms and fungi pathogens cause diseases in plants, animals, people;
24.3. recognize the edible and toxic mushrooms.
25. Know the structure of the algae, barošano, multiplication (bezdzimumvairošan, sexual) and seaweed (soil fertility, water treatment, food, fodder).
26. Lichens: 26.1. knows the structure of the barošano lichen, reproduction, distribution and use of lichens;
26.2. recognize common lichens in Latvia.
27. Sūnaug: 27.1. knows the General features of the sūnaug, structure, reproduction. Different liver Moss, MOSS. Know sūnaug (for example, the forest ground, peat, medicine);
27.2. schemes recognize and explain the sūnaug life cycles.
28. Fern: 28.1. know fern General characteristics, structure and reproduction, their importance;
28.2. schemes recognize and explain to the paržaug life cycle.
29. Seed: 29.1. know the General characteristics of the seed (Gymnosperm and flowering plant);
29.2. know about medicinal plants, proper harvesting, preparation;
29.3. know about the Latvian soils types meadow types, types of swamp forest types.
30. Animal: 30.1. knows the structure of protozoa, barošano, reproduction and survival under adverse conditions. Know the main types of protozoa;
30.2. know the distribution of protozoa, diversity, ecology, nature and significance of the holding;
30.3. know of a disease causing protozoa and what is this disease prevention;
18.9. able to observe microscopic protozoa;
5. use concepts: the vakuol of pulsating organell, digestive, māņkājiņ, vakuol, vic;
19.0. know General zarndobumaiņ type;
19.1. know the meaning of zarndobumaiņ, ecology;
19.1. recognize natural zarndobumaiņ of Latvia;
19.2. know type plakantārp General characteristics and lifestyle-related design features;
30.10. know the diseases caused by plakantārp, renewed from them;
30.11. recognize the schemes of plakantārp development cycle;
30.12. know the types of tapeworms General characteristics and construction of pamatīpatnīb;
30.13. knows the human cērm development cycle and renewed from the parasitic tapeworms;
30.14. know type posmtārp General characteristics, meaning, and use of the farm;
30.15. recognize the common posmtārp of the Latvian nature;
30.16. know type of arthropod General characteristics and construction characteristics;
30.17. know what biological pest control methods are used;
30.18. importance of natural arthropod know and holding;
30.19. know about arthropods-pathogens and vectors;
30.20. recognize common nature of Latvia and the economically most important cancer and insects;
30.21. know type of mollusc General characteristics and diversity of mollusc ecology, meaning and use.
30.22. recognizes the nature of Latvia, common types of molluscs representatives;
30.23. know the Kingdom type General characteristics.
31. Cell tissue: 31.1. know the research history of cells and cell theory. Know the history of the development of microscopy;
31.2. know the structure of the cell;
31.3. Comparing plant and animal cells and tissues;
19.5. the work with light microphone;
31.5. preparing and studying the plant cell and tissue mikropreparāt.
32. Life Chemistry: 32.1. know the chemical composition of the cell;
32.2. know the carbohydrates, lipids, enzymes, the importance of protein in the body;
32.3. know the importance of protein nucleic acid synthesis.
33. Metabolism and energy exchange in the body. Feeding: 33.1. know the laws of thermodynamics in biology;
33.2. the classification of organisms know energy source;
33.3. know the importance of photosynthesis in nature;
20.8. know the factors that affect photosynthesis;
33.5. know what is the body's adjustment to the different feed intake and digestion;
20.9. know about the most common digestive tract diseases;
20.9. know any basic medication use digestive disorders;
33.8. know how to handle the event of poisoning.
34. Breathing: 34.1. know the respiratory process, and the importance of the role of cell respiration energy processes;
21.3. know how gas exchange in mammals and the au, maritime industries and services;
21.3. know about tobacco smoke harmful effects on the organism;
21.4. know about respiratory diseases;
34.5. provide first aid in case of poisoning with carbon monoxide (CO).
35. transport of substances: 21.8. know how transport takes place in cell (diffusion, osmosis, plazmolīz);
35.2. know how transport takes place in plants;
35.3. describes the expanding intermodal animal country (open and closed);
35.4. know how immunity;
22.1. can provide assistance in cases of bleeding;
35.6. know how to count the pulse, measurement of blood pressure.
36. Excretion: 36.1. know the importance of excretion;
36.2. know how is the excretion of plants and animals;
36.3. knows the structure of the kidney function and evolution;
36.4. know common kidney diseases, urīnorgān systems and urine bladder diseases, their prevention.
37. coordination and regulation: 37.1. know how plants detect irritation (tropism, nastij, taxa);
37.2. the regulatory system know evolution (diffuse nervous system (NS), ganglia, nerves, tendons, nerve chain);
37.3. know the nervous system the major functions and divisions of the nervous system;
37.4. reflex bow know;
37.5. featuring the highest neural activity;
23.4. know the importance of sensory systems and functions;
37.7. follow hearing and vision care.
38. the endocrine system: 38.1. know what is secretion of the mammary glands and their mechanism of action;
38.2. compare the neural and humoral regulation;
23.8. valued information about the hormonal contraceptives.
39. the ethology: 24.3. describes the biology of behaviour;
24.4. using concepts: motivation, instincts, migration, aggression, hierarchy.
40. Musculoskeletal System: 24.9. know what form the support system au maritime industries and services;
40.2. know the skeletal system (external and internal skeleton) and the main functions of the skeleton;
40.3. know the muscle system main functions and structure of the muscle;
40.4. know how moving invertebrates and vertebrates;
25.2. know about modern medical breakthroughs in the musculoskeletal system;
40.6. provide assistance to bruise, sprain, wrench and crunch.
41. Reproduction: 25.5. know what is bezdzimumisk and dzimumisk types of reproduction;
41.2. know how is mitosis, mejoz;
41.3. explain the types of plant breeding and natural meaning;
25.7. explaining the breeding characteristics of dzimumisk for different spine tidbits and man;
25.8. explain what factors affect growth and development (light, electromagnetic radiation, nutrients, temperature, water, seasonal changes and internal factors-genes, hormones).
42. Heredity and turnover: 42.1. know the main genetic research methods;
26.2. understands, dihibrīdisk monohibrīdisk, polihibrīdisk crossing;
26.3. know the gender-related characteristics of iedzimšan patterns;
26.3. know the environment's impact on heredity and the role of mutations in genetics;
26.4. know about original diseases causes and effects of environmental pollution, genetic consequences.
43. Breeding: 43.1. know the main plant and animal breeding methods;
43.2. know n. vavilova occasionally crop origin centers;
43.3. know methods of selection: artificial selection and hybridization;
43.4. know about selection work in Latvia.
44. Evolution: 44.1. know the criteria for the species;
44.2. know the main directions of evolution;
44.3. the nature and evolution of life origin theory.
45. Ecology: 45.1. know how divided into ecological factors: biotic, abiotic, anthropogenic;
45.2. the structure of the population know;
45.3. knows the structure of ecosystems;
28.2. compares and analyzes the different power circuit;
28.3. knows cycles, the biochemical changes of anthropogenic factors;
45.6. aware of the ecological monitoring and forecasting;
28.4. using concepts: biocoenosis, producers, konsument, reducent, biosphere, noosfēr, biomass.
46. Nature protection: 46.1. knows the history of nature protection and conservation of the main aspects;
46.2. understand why need the atmosphere, water and soil protection;
46.3. know natural areas protected, their importance in Latvia;
46.4. recognize Latvia protect au gus, mushrooms and animals;
II. purpose of the subjects and tasks 2. Subject aims to improve knowledge of natural phenomena and in the ongoing processes, to build and develop the skills to see phenomena and processes in nature, techniques, everyday, to classify and analyze it, improving and strengthening the scientific knowledge-based view of the world.
3. Subject to: 3.1 build and develop skills to use physics, chemistry, biology and geography knowledge in everyday life;
3.2. create awareness of ethics laws and techniques to explore the world;
3.3. development of a common perception of the nature of ongoing physical phenomena, physical, chemical and biological processes;
3.4. optimizing the experimental operating skills, developing spatial learner perceptions and abstract thinking, as well as independent, creative and rational work skills;
3.5. creating general research skills (analyze, systematize, conclusion, compare, classify, simulate);
3.6. create the ability independently to plan and organize science research using observation and experimental techniques.
III. minimum content of the subjects 4. General insight into the natural sciences.
5. the structure of the universe: constellations 5.1. Celestial spheres. Moon phases and eclipses;
5.2. The Sun, planets and comets. Meteors and meteorites;
5.3. the stars and galaxies. The structure and evolution of the universe. Life In The Universe;
5.4. space exploration and learning.
6. the Earth as a unique planet: 6.1. shape and dimensions of the Earth. The structure of the globe. Earth's magnetic field;
6.2. the Earth's crust. Minerals, rocks and soil. Geological processes;
6.3. the hydrosphere and atmosphere structure. Climate and weather;
6.4. the origin of life on Earth. Natural resources.
7. the movement. Force energy: 7.1. State of body and movement. Adapting to the speed and the animal world. Mass and inertia. Deformation and elasticity. Types of force. Weight and weightlessness;
7.2. the expression of the natural laws of mechanics. Gravitation. High tide and low tide. The Earth artificial satellites and planetary motion;
7.3. work and energy. Muscle structure and activity. Energy transition and retention. The cost-effectiveness ratio;
7.4. liquid and gas movement. Blood pressure. Surface tension of expression in nature.
8. the fluctuations. Sound. Light: a fluctuation of natural and 8.1. Bioritm;
8.2. sound, they spread. Musical sounds and noises. Hearing. Ultrasound and infrasound in nature and technology. Sound recording;
8.3. the light distribution. Light meaning biota existence. Light spectrum and spectral. Reflection and refraction of light. Breaking of the phenomena of the atmosphere. Vision. Glasses. Optical instruments technique and decorations. Laser.
9. Electricity and magnetism: electrical phenomena 9.1 nature. Electric field, its characteristics. Biopotenciāl. The electric current. Electric power capacity and work. Lightning;
9.2. semiconductor devices. Radio. Television. Modern means of communication. The computer. Electrical and electronic devices and household appliances. Electricity production;
9.3. the magnetic field, its characteristics. Electromagnetic fields and waves. Ultraviolet radiation effects on living organisms, the use of technology and medicine. Stellar electromagnetic radiation.
10. the nature of the substance, structure and transformation. Nuclear energy: 10.1, the nature of the substance, structure and transformation. Chemical elements. The structure of the atom. Radioactivity. Radioactive radiation effects on living organisms, protection from it. The structure of the atom's nucleus. Isotopes. Nuclear reaction. Nuclear power plants, the use of ecological problems. Nuclear reaction in the stars. Particles;
10.2. chemical link;
10.3. oxidation of the chemical elements. Types of chemical reactions. Burning. Fuel. Combustion and atmospheric pollution;
10.4. the solution. The electrolyte. The role of water in nature and in living organisms. Water and waste water. Hydrogen exponent, pH.
11. Inorganic substances: 11.1. the most important metals, non-metals and their compounds. The physical and chemical properties, uses technique and decorations. Metal alloys, precious metals. Corrosion, protection against it;
11.2. the use of fertilizers. Paints and varnishes. Building materials production in Latvia. Toxic substances that pollute the environment. processing of waste and secondary raw materials.
12. Organic substances: 12.1. diversity of organic compounds and structure. Hydrocarbons, their sources. Natural gas, petroleum and coal products processing;
12.2. alcohols, aldehydes, carboxylic acids and other important functional derivatives of hydrocarbons;
12.3. lipids. Synthetic detergents. Carbohydrates. Protein;
12.4. the foodstuffs. Fermentation. Medicinal products, their effects;
12.5. polymers, their use in equipment and decorations.
13. Cell structure. The development of the organism: 13.1. living organisms diversity and Systematics. Symmetry in nature. Characteristics of living organisms;
13.2. the structure of the cell. Tissues and organs;
13.3. bacteria and viruses, the structure and cause disease;
13.4. breeding of organisms form. Mitosis. Mejoz. Gametogenesis, fertilization. Fertilized ova development, childbirth;
13.5. sexual hygiene. Generational change. Factors that affect the body's growth, development and reproduction. Aging.
14. Metabolism: 14.1 water circulation plants and minerals. Kapilaritāt natural and technical. Substances into the cell and escapes from it;
14.2. the blood circulation;
14.3. breathing, feeding, discharge of substances context. Digestive disorders;
14.4. poisonous plants and animals;
14.5. photosynthesis, its phase;
14.6. protein biosynthesis. DNA code. Change the substance.
15. Regulatory mechanisms: 15.1 hormones, their meaning;
15.2. the nervous system. Touch, heat, pain, thirst, and senses. The highest neural activity;
15.3. humoral and neural regulation in. Vitamins.
16. Heredity and variability: 16.1. genetics. Heredity and variability, its research methods. Chromosomes and genes. Mendel's laws of genetics and Morgān. Employee turnover. Mutations, their causes and effects;
16.2. the evolution of living organisms. Human hereditary diseases. Healthy lifestyle. Breeding.
17. the Balance in nature and its preservation: 17.1. environment and its factors. Species and population, factors that affect it. Ecosystems and the biosphere. Feed chain;
17.2. the atmospheric circulation. Water circuits in nature. Solar energy storage and use;
17.3. the substance melting and evaporation. The steam and humidity. Fog, dew, hail, snow. Kriotehnik. Heat conduction, thermal insulation. The Earth's thermal and climatic balance;
17.4. the substance, and the movement of energy in the biosphere, the impact of human activities. Environmental pollution sources and consequences. Nature protection in Latvia and in the world.
IV. Requirements subject learning, finally 12. class 18. General introduction to the natural sciences: 18.1. know the physical size of the international system (SI);
18.2. know the physical size of the common units;
18.3. symmetry in nature knows;
18.4. the understanding, which is the science of the study of objects and methods;
18.5. have an understanding of the results of the experiment and the principles of the processing;
18.6. able to mutually change physical size units (dec-, cent-mil-, micro-, deca-, hekt-, kilo-, mega-).
19. the structure of the universe: 19.1. know the constellations, planets, and stars, a stellar 24-hour movement, the Sun daily movement in different seasons;
19.2. know time techniques, seasonal change causes the Moon's phases, phase shift causes the Eclipse causes, caution rules the Sun observations;
19.3. know the solar system's structure and composition, the small planets and comets, meteors and meteorites;
19.4. know the stars, their chemical composition, causes of the incidence of stars, Star colors and temperatures, which is the milky way;
19.5. know the galaxies, the structure of the universe, the universe of emergence theory, space exploration techniques, the Earth artificial satellites;
12.2. it is the understanding of the stars again examine the changes in different seasons, Sa les movement among the stars during the year;
19.7. have an understanding of seasonal produce changes in plants and animals, celestial spheres of Latvian folklore, cosmic portrayed beats, the lunar influence on wildlife, Eclipse frequency and location;
19.8. have an understanding of astronomy and astrology, the Astrology of differences, the solar effect on the land and wildlife of the stars and planets, the origin of the name;
12.4. it is the understanding of the role of gravity planets and other celestial body in motion, planetary visibility and physical conditions on those planets Moons, planetary existence at other stars;
19.10. have an understanding of interstellar distances, giant stars, pundurzvaig zn, dubultzvaigzn, variables, the emergence and evolution of stars, nebulae and star clusters;
19.11. have an understanding of the structure of the Galaxy, the universe's expansion and evolution of inorganic and organic molecules in space, Earth and solar generation, development and future possibilities of existence of life in the universe, the synthesis of chemical elements in the universe;
19.12. can name common in Latvia, find constellations the sky big bear and Polārzvaigzn, to fix the sides after The Sun and the stars, practically determine the moon phase;
19.13. pr schematic featured Moon movement around the Earth and the Earth's movement around the li Sao, draw the Moon and solar eclipse diagrams, schematic image of the composition of the solar system;
19.14. know how to identify and characterize planets of the solar system, look up at the sky the brightest planet;
19.15. cautious rules, observing the Sun. Heaven knows the meteor and Earth satellite;
19.16. pr image within a certain level, the different sizes of stars, and the galaxies, possibly the universe structure, perform simple sky spheres observations with binoculars, binoculars or a telescope.
20. Land as unique planet: 20.1. know the shape and size of the Earth, Earth structure, Earth's crust structure and movement;
20.2. know rock and mineral types, soils, geological processes, their expression in nature;
20.3. construction of hydrosphere knows;
20.4. knows the structure of the atmosphere, the chemical composition of the air, the role of the biosphere in the provision of oxygen content;
20.5. know the earth climate formation conditions;
20.6. know the diversity and natural resources use;
20.7. it is the understanding that is ģeoīd;
12.9. have an understanding of the distribution of land and water;
20.9. have an understanding of the importance of the magnetosphere, protection from cosmic radiation, magnētiskaj gales, their causes and impacts on people, animals that inspired by the magnetic field;
20.10. the understanding of the tectonic plate collision, mountain formation;
20.11. have an understanding of mineral and rock transformations, icing feet in Latvia;
20.12. have an understanding of volcanoes and earthquakes, tsunami, forecasting of these phenomena;
20.13. have an understanding of the processes of erosion, characteristic for Latvia the rocks and soils, geological processes impact on economic activity;
20.14. have an understanding of glaciers, surface and ground waters, water resources and their protection, the role of water in the plant and animal life processes, stuff, biolokācij;
20.15. have an understanding of wind and hurricane formation, types of clouds, the importance of the ozone layer UV detention, cyclone, anticiklon, atmospheric fronts;
20.16. have an understanding of the origin theory of the living organisms diversity;
20.17. schematic represents the Earth's internal structure;
20.18. schematic represents the atmospheric composition;
20.19. recognize the common Rock after samples;
20.20. describes the geological processes in the vicinity of their residence;
20.21. recognizes the nature of different types of clouds;
20.22. read the weather forecast map.
21. the movement. Force energy: 21.1. know postures and their change, movement types and their characteristics, the average and instantaneous speed, movement types and movement organs, the structure of the joints;
21.2. know what is deflection and flexibility. Know the types of forces, movement conditions;
21.3. knows and motion characterization of mass;
21.4. know gravity and its manifestations in nature, tidal motion, gravity force, the Earth artificial satellites;
21.5. know the friction forces, friction phenomena in nature. Know what is working and power. Know the muscle structure and activity;
21.6. to know the types of energy efficiency and energy loss;
21.7. know the liquid and gas movement, the movement of blood in the vessels. Know what is blood pressure, surface tension of the liquid force;
21.8. have an understanding of geographical coordinates;
13.6. the perception of speed, technique of animal world and space, curvilinear motion and rotational motion;
21.10. understanding loads and deformation of the human body, Newton's mechanics law expression in nature, tidal effects on plants and animals;
21.11. is the understanding of Kepler's law of planetary motion, and the weight and weightlessness;
21.12. have an understanding of the use of Jet Propulsion in nature and technology;
21.13. have an understanding of the use of friction reducing lubricants;
21.14. have an understanding of the use of energy in the muscles, fatigue causes, role of the protein in muscle;
21.15. have an understanding of the power of various gun efficiency, reduction of energy losses, wind energy;
21.16. have an understanding of pressure fluids, pressure effects on living organisms, natural surface tension of expression and use of equipment;
21.17. simple outlets in distance and time spent;
21.18. simple outlets in distance, speed and Acceleration calculations;
21.19. provide assistance in cases of bone fractures;
21.20. make simple measurements of force;
21.21. using patterns of motion and force of simple calculations;
21.22. analyse different forces acting on the body;
21.23. analyzes the energy transition and survival in different processes;
21.24. after the data for the calculations of cost-effectiveness ratio;
21.25. provide first aid in case of bleeding, adds pulse.
22. the fluctuations. Sound. Light: 22.1. know the causes and types of fluctuations. Know that there are waves, wave patterns in nature;
22.2. know about the emergence and spread of sound, the sound of the tone, volume, quality, knows that is a musical sounds and noises;
22.3. knows who is hearing. Know the structure of the ear, hearing defects, their causes and resolution;
22.4. know light-electromagnetic waves, light distribution, the speed of light, the light spectrum, light filters, light reflections and refraction, diffraction and dispersion;
22.5. know the light as a condition of existence of living organisms, fotoperiodism;
22.6. know what is vision. Know the structure of the eye, vision defects, their causes and resolution;
14.1. know the mirrors and lenses, the use of optical instruments. Know the laser operating principle;
22.8. have an understanding of the nature and use of resonance technique;
14.2. have an understanding of bioritm;
22.10. have an understanding of scale;
22.11. have an understanding of motion with supersonic speed;
12/22. have an understanding of ECHO;
22.13. have an understanding of ultrasound and infraskaņ in nature, its use of the technique and medicine;
22.14. have an understanding of the structure of a microwave oven;
22.15. There is a perception of sound mechanical, magnetic, and optical records;
22.16. have an understanding of the workings of the telephone;
22.17. have an understanding of light years distance unit of measure;
22.18. have an understanding of lighting, lighting;
22.19. have an understanding of the use of spectral technique and astronomy;
22.20. have an understanding of color and light in the hash. Have an understanding of the light wires, using them;
22.21. have an understanding of rainbows, Mirage and other optical phenomena in the atmosphere;
22.22. have an understanding of the microscope, binoculars and telescope works. Understanding overhead, camcorder, camera works. Have an understanding of the use of laser technology and medicine;
22.23. waves of nature determines the ongoing processes;
22.24. recognize and distinguish between the Rainbow and other atmospheric optical phenomena;
22.25. easier cases constructed star course mirrors and lenses;
22.26. explain the different decorations to use appliance physical operating principle.
23. Electricity and magnetism: 23.1. know what is electric charge and electric field, electric field characteristics. Know what is the driver, not the head, semiconductor, elektrodzinējspēk, power strength;
23.2. know what is a magnetic field, its characteristics, the magnetic flow and electromagnetic induction. Know about substance use information recorded magnetization;
23.3. know what is electrical power and work, heat release. Know about electricity production, transmission and distribution in Latvia;
23.4. know what is electromagnetic field and electromagnetic waves. Know the characteristics of electromagnetic waves of wavelength dependence;
14.6. know the effects of ultraviolet radiation on living organisms;
14.7. know what is stellar electromagnetic radiation;
23.7. know about the chemical effects of light. Know what is a quantum of light;
14.8. have an understanding of the electrical phenomena in nature;
14.9. have an understanding of biopotenciāl in heart and brain;
23.10. it is the understanding of the capacity of the electric field;
23.11. the understanding that is static electricity;
23.12. have an understanding of the current leadership and non conductive materials, driving resistance, use of technology, superconductivity, semiconductor devices;
23.13. have an understanding of radio and television activities;
23.14. have an understanding of modern communication and information technologies;
23.15. have an understanding of the electric motor works, production of electricity and thermal power station hydroelectric;
23.16. have an understanding of current gas, fluorescent light bulbs, electric welding;
23.17. is the understanding of ultraviolet radiation and x-radiation equipment and medical use;
23.18. have an understanding of radar operation and functionality;
23.19. have an understanding of the operating principles of the solar batteries and exercise facilities;
23.20. explains the elektrizācij of the body;
23.21. prudent provisions for air time;
23.22. explain the existence of electric power;
23.23. measured power strength and voltage determines the resistance;
23.24. determine the power consumer power, energy consumption, and distribute the heat;
23.25. providing first aid in the event of injuries electro;
23.26. describes the magnetic field lines after induction.
24. the nature of the substance, structure and transformation. Nuclear energy: 24.1. know what is simple substances and chemical compounds, solid, liquid and gaseous substances;
24.2. know what is chemical elements in the periodic table of elements;
24.3. the structure of the substance knows the structure of the atom, the atom's nucleus, which is the arrangement of particles, in atoms;
24.4. know what is oxidation and value;
15.2. know what is radioactivity, radioactive radiation effects on living organisms, protection against radioactive radiation and the chain reaction fusion reaction, radioactive contamination of the biosphere;
24.6. know the chemical reaction types: connecting, decomposition, substitution, Exchange, neutralization reaction reactions, exothermic and endotermisk reactions, oxidation reduction reactions;
24.7. know what is the solution, dissociation, pH;
15.4. have an understanding of the substance of the physical, mechanical and chemical properties. Have an understanding of the symbols of the chemical elements, atoms, molecules, ions;
15.5. is the understanding that there is a mole, molar mass and moltilpum;
24.10. have an understanding of the chemical links;
24.11. have an understanding of crystalline and amorphous substances and liquid crystals;
24.12. is the understanding and use of isotope techniques, selection and medicine;
24.13. have an understanding of the operating principles of nuclear reactor, controlled thermonuclear fusion reactions reactions stars;
24.14. have an understanding of atomic bombs and hydrogen bombs, as well as the Chernobyl atomic power station accident consequences;
24.15. have an understanding of nuclear waste storage, the cosmic background radiation;
24.16. have an understanding of the flame structure and combustion products, automobile exhaust gases and smog;
24.17. have an understanding of the electrolyte and electrolyte, electrolysis, battery and electrical batteries design and operation;
24.18. have an understanding of the substance of the purification by distillation, hydrolysis of salts, hydrogen exponent of the role of the body and the soil, sea water salinity;
24.19. have an understanding of the characteristics of the water, drinking water, water resources, waste water treatment;
24.20. have an understanding of suspension, emulsion spray;
24.21. follow safety regulations when handling chemical reagents;
24.22. of certain substances characterized by physical, mechanical and chemical properties;
24.23. recognize the common chemical element symbols, and you can call the appropriate elements;
24.24. substances and characterised by simple chemical composition. Characterised by the chemical elements of the periodic table structure and structure. Describes the location of the chemical element in the periodic table;
24.25. connection determines the chemical link;
24.26. the simplest nuclear reaction equation. Classify chemical reactions after guidance, deprived or isolated power, after the oxidation step change;
24.27. explain the best composition of the substances, their experience and the rules;
able to make solution 24.28. and make the necessary calculations for this purpose;
24.29. establishes environmental pH with indicator;
After growing indicators 24.30. Guide to determine the soil type.
25. Inorganic substances: 25.1. know what is most important of alkali metals, sodium and potassium compounds;
25.2. the essential magnesium and know calcium compounds;
25.3. know the water hardness and its prevention;
25.4. the texts of the aluminium and knows the iron compounds;
25.5. know what is cast iron and steel, corrosion, its prevention opportunities;
6. know the most important copper compounds;
25.7. know basic oxygen and sulphur compounds;
25.8. know basic nitrogen and phosphorus compounds;
25.9. know what is fluorescent, the manifestation of the animal world;
25.10. know the properties and use of fertilizers, minerals importance in living organisms;
25.11. know the carbon and Silicon compounds, the main silicate industrial products, building materials production, know of Latvia;
25.12. knows the problems of environmental protection, chemical industry, waste recycling techniques, know about recycling;
25.13. understanding of oxides and hydroxides amfotēr;
25.14. have an understanding of metal-mechanical and physical characteristics, quenching and tempering of;
25.15. have an understanding of metal ore, bronze and metal alloys;
25.16. have an understanding of precious metals, apzeltīšan, sudrabošan;
No 25.17. have an understanding of the techniques used in the household and paints and varnishes;
25.18. have an understanding of the most important compounds of chlorine disinfectants, toxic degradation;
25.19. have an understanding of the treatment of the skin, impregnating, explosives, precautionary provisions in their use;
25.20. have an understanding of building materials that use the silicates, glass, ceramics and cement production;
25.21. have an understanding of the principles of the non-technology;
25.22. have an understanding of the movement of substances in nature;
25.23. describes the metals and their most important characteristics of the main connection and use. Different samples of different metals;
25.24. characterized by oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, Silicon, phosphorus, sulphur, chlorine and their most important connection key features and use;
25.25. basic chemical experiments;
25.26. make calculations after the main chemical reaction formulas and equations;
25.27. nature of glass, ceramics and building materials, the most important use of iron alloy;
25.28. using manuals and other reference resources.
26. the organic substances: 26.1. know the composition of organic matter, structure and being in nature;
26.2. knows the most important organic substances, their construction and functional groups;
26.3. know the hallmarks of organic reactions;
26.4. know that there are hydrocarbons, hydrocarbon derivatives;
26.5. know the sources of production of hydrocarbons: natural gas and petroleum gas, oil and coal;
16.5. know what is alcohol;
16.6. know the aldehydes and carboxylic acids;
26.8. know what is Hester and fats;
26.9. know the importance of organic matter of the functioning of living organisms;
26.10. know exposure on olfactory and gustatory senses;
26.11. know what is synthetic detergents, their effects;
26.12. know what is carbohydrates, Monosaccharides and polysaccharides meaning the body of life processes;
26.13. know what is amino acids and proteins, their meaning of life processes;
26.14. know food nutrients within;
26.15. know what is natural and synthetic macromolecular compounds;
26.16. know what is polymerised materials;
26.17. have an understanding of organic matter from inorganic substances;
26.18. have an understanding of the homologues and isomers;
26.19. have an understanding of the processes of oxidation and reduction;
26.20. have an understanding of chemical cleaning;
26.21. have an understanding of the natural gas, petroleum and coal products, the processing of natural gas use in the household;
26.22. have an understanding of fuel and fuel, their production and use;
26.23. understanding octane;
26.24. have an understanding of carbohydrate, lipid and protein energy nutrition;
26.25. have an understanding of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleic acids in general construction;
26.26. have an understanding of food quality control, alcohol content in foodstuffs;
26.27. have an understanding of organic matter transformation the fermentation processes;
26.28. have an understanding of the use of organic solvents, dyes, cloth dyeing;
26.29. have an understanding of the medical products, their effects on the human body;
26.30. have an understanding of hormones, enzymes, vitamins, kosmēt a most rigorous means, carcinogenic substances;
26.31. have an understanding of plant protection against pests;
26.32. have an understanding of polymerization and condensation processes, plastics and rubber;
26.33. have an understanding of packaging materials, paper making, fiber and composite materials;
26.34. explain Atomic bonding principles of organic molecules;
26.35. names and describes the most important organic compounds;
26.36. classified in organic matter, knowing their specific functional groups;
26.37. upon physical properties of known major organic substances;
26.38. calculation of the energy value of food products;
26.39. explain everyday organic solvent important component and use;
Describes the most important 26.40. polymer characteristics;
26.41. different plastics look gus;
26.42. recognizes the variety of natural and synthetic fibres;
use the Guide and 26.43. other reference resources.
27. the structure of the cell. The development of the organism: 27.1. knows the characteristics of living organisms and filing principles;
27.2. the most important cell of know, lose their structure and functions;
27.3. know what is tissues and organs;
27.4. know the importance of meiosis and mitosis;
27.5. know what bacteria and viruses;
17.1. know living organisms breeding ways and means;
17.2. know what is fertilization, the fertilized ovum development;
17.3. know the factors that affect the body's growth, development and reproduction;
17.3. it is the understanding of specific plants and Latvia;
27.10. have an understanding of the symmetry in nature;
27.11. have an understanding of anabioz, recovery;
27.12. have an understanding of the structure and function of germ cells;
27.13. the understanding of the human as a species be achieved;
27.14. have an understanding of the characteristics of human embrioģenēz;
27.15. the understanding of human development after birth, its disorders and their prevention;
27.16. the understanding of bacterial and viral diseases;
27.17. the awareness of sexually transmitted diseases, renewed from them;
27.18. have an understanding of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome;
27.19. have an understanding of sexuality, biseksuālism, and homosexuality;
27.20. have an understanding of contraceptives features;
27.21. have an understanding of generational change, its importance;
27.22. featuring different plants and animals, using the living museum;
27.23. Act with a microscope;
27.24. prepare simple mikropreparāt;
determine the magnification of the microscope 27.25.;
able to distinguish 27.26. plant and animal breeding and form;
27.27. different organisms of peace, growth and aging periods.
28. Metabolism: 28.1. know the water circulation plants and minerals;
28.2. know the circulatory organs, blood circulation;
28.3. know lung, liver and kidney weight and functions;
28.4. know access to the substance and escaping from the cell;
28.5. know the feed intake, cutting and absorption;
28.6. know feeding types, nutrient transport;
28.7. know the withdrawal in the environment;
17.9. know the substance synthesis;
46.8. know living organisms the respiratory processes;
28.10. know the substance;
No 28.11. have an understanding of the expression of kapilaritāt in nature, the use of machinery and implements;
No 28.12. have an understanding of the composition of the blood;
28.13. have an understanding of blood group, rhesus factor;
28.14. have an understanding of diffusion and osmosis, homeostasis;
28.15. have an understanding of the effects of smoking on the human body;
28.16. have an understanding of photosynthesis, these phases;
28.17. have an understanding of the effects of alcohol and drugs on humans;
28.18. have an understanding of protein biosynthesis;
28.19. have an understanding of the substance of the digestion and elimination of interference;
28.20. have an understanding of poisoning, toxic plants and berries, edible and inedible mushrooms;
No 28.21. have an understanding of gas exchange and lung tissue;
28.22. have an understanding of assimilation and disimilācij;
28.23. have an understanding of the factors affecting photosynthesis and biosynthesis;
28.24. Group organisms by food and energy;
28.25. different living organisms feeding;
28.26. know how to give first aid intoxication and various snakes bite;
28.27. draw the artificial respirator in pr;
28.28. know how to give first aid to someone who was drowning.
29. The regulatory mechanisms: 29.1. know the importance of hormones in human and animals;
29.2. aware of the importance of the nervous system and structure, the highest neural activity, hormonal and neural control, its unity;
3. know the vegetative and somatic nervous system structure and operation;
29.4. know the evolution of the nervous system;
29.5. know what is a neuron, reflex, instinct, nerve impulse, sinapse, the nervous reaction speed, its importance in the household and in sport;
18.4. the understanding of internal secretion of the gland, it produced hormones;
18.5. the understanding of humoral and nei in regulatory distortions, Governor hormone preparations medicine, immune system, anaphylactic shock, the role of the vitamin regulatory processes;
29.8. have an understanding of animal senses (sight, hearing) characteristics;
29.9. have an understanding of tactile, heat, thirst and pain senses;
29.10. know how to give first aid diabetic seizures;
29.11. able to provide assistance for the injuries of the nervous system.
30. Heredity and variability: 30.1. know what is genetics, heredity and variability;
30.2. know the laws of genetics;
30.3. know what is chromosomes and genes, mutations causes and consequences;
18.9. heredity and variability of know the use of patterns in practice;
5. know what are genotype and phenotype, breeding, breed and strain, gene engineering;
19.0. have an understanding of the human races, the human temperament, inherited human diseases;
19.1. the understanding of inherited diseases impact on the population as a whole;
19.1. have an understanding of the importance of healthy lifestyles healthy next generation of creation;
19.2. able to draw up their own family lineage;
30.10. solves simple genetics.
31. the Balance in nature and its preservation: 31.1. know what is in the environment and the ecological factors, species, populations, ecosystems and the biosphere;
31.2. know the Earth's atmospheric circulation;
31.3. know the water circuits in nature;
19.5. know the accumulation of solar energy on Earth, living the role of solar energy accumulation;
31.5. know what is solar energy and how to use it;
19.6. know about peat, oil, natural gas and coal stocks formation;
19.7. know the heat conduction of heat balance on the Earth;
19.8. you know, elements and circuits of energy processes, biotic element of the biosphere, bacteria movement of meaning in life processes;
19.8. knows the environment (water, air, soil) pollution sources and consequences;
31.10. know the natural and environmental protection problems in Latvia and in the world;
31.11. it is the understanding of living organisms in an ecosystem, the relationship between food chains and ecological pyramids;
31.12. have an understanding of the nature of the symbiosis and parasitism and the human body;
31.13. have an understanding of the flow of energy and matter in the ecosystem;
31.14. have an understanding of anthropogenic factors that alter the ecosystem;
31.15. have an understanding of trade wind and monsoon, ocean currents;
31.16. have an understanding of solārkonstant, heliotehnik;
31.17. have an understanding of gas liquefaction, kriotehnik, snow, and hail, fog and dew formation;
31.18. have an understanding of thermal insulation techniques and technical in nature, heat production CHP;
31.19. have an understanding of the internal combustion engine, greenhouse operation, Earth's infrared radiation, carbon dioxide content in the air and increasing the greenhouse effect;
31.20. have an understanding of climatic balance, the factors that affect it;
31.21. have an understanding of noosfēr, the impact of human activities the biotic element;
31.22. have an understanding of ecological monitoring, environmental pollution in the direct and indirect consequences of extinctions, protected plants and animals;
31.23. have an understanding of reserves, sanctuaries, the Red Book;
31.24. different and classify factors that affect living organisms. Draw up the food chain;
31.25. sees the accumulation of solar energy types on Earth;
31.26. determine atmospheric pressure;
31.27. determines the relative humidity of the air;
31.28. explain the change of mineral substances, depending on temperature;
able to provide 31.29. first aid for heat stroke, sunburn and frostbite;
31.30. analyse the sources of environmental pollution and the effects of pollution;
31.31. evaluate the ecological situation in your home. Minister of education and science Rivž B annex 24 Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 music. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote personal emotional and intellectual development, unleash creativity, to create preconditions so that each young person could engage in Latvian music life in līdzveidošan-become active music listener or different set of amateur music players.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1. to strengthen and enrich learning tracks inventory;
2.2. to deepen the impression of music historical stylistic developments and the music of different cultures;
2.3. discuss different issues on music concerts, Opera, television and radio further the musical impressions, to develop the ability to evaluate the different types of music to develop their musical values;
2.4. to engage in artistic amateur.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Early music culture.
4. Medieval music.
5. The Renaissance music.
6. Baroque music.
7. the creation and development of Opera in the 17th-18th century.
8. Classicism. The Vienna classical school.
9. Western European romanticism of the 19th century the first half.
10. Western European romanticism of the 19th century second half.
11. the development of Opera in the 19th century.
12. The national music school of the 19th century and early 20th century.
13. Latvian music in the 19th century.
14. Latvian music of the 20th century's first half.
15. Latvian music 20th century second half.
16. the 20th century musical direction and composition techniques.
17. the most prominent soloists and musicians collectively in Latvia and in the world.
18. Jazz, popular music and rock music.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 19. Know the historical era of music and styles.
20. Know the different types of music genres and their functions.
21. Know 20th century music direction, composition techniques.
22. Expresses its opinion about this music.
23. Explain the different stylistic eras of music features, expression means.
24. the Hearing and expressed their views on the essential values of certain prominent composers.
25. the Singing or playing a musical instrument to 20 Latvian folk songs (including songs of his district-).
26. Recognizes the play sound recordings in class of different historical styles, kinds of music and genres of 40-50 tracks, accurately called the composer's name, the name of the piece. Minister of education and science B. 25. Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 cultural history. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject's objective is to contribute to the formation of the personality of kultūrizglītot, which is the basis for knowledge of the world and the Latvian cultural heritage of the Eastern and Western cultural differences and communication, understanding of cultural identity of the people responsible and interested in writing, ability to engage contemporary cultural production.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1. understanding culture as a whole and the world unit measured;
2.2. to recognize and understand the material and mental culture trail in Latvia and in the world;
2.3. to develop the ability to analyze and synthesize information sources of culture, cultural developments and to argue for changing conditions, relationships, and diversity;
2.4. develop ability to analyze and critically evaluate cultural development in time and space;
2.5. to understand the shape and direction of cultural diversity, the cultural development of framework conditions and causation;
2.6. build a positive attitude about the cultural heritage, traditions and values, develop their national identity, a desire to participate in the cultural mainstream.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Cultural concepts: the concept of culture 3.1;
3.2. cultural typology;
3.3. the cultural signs and symbols.
4. Human and nature, people and religion, people and public relation system dating back: 4.1 the primitive culture of the company;
4.2. the primitive forms of thinking in society. Mythology;
4.3. Ancient Mesopotamian (Mesopotamia) culture;
4.4. The American culture of ancient civilizations;
4.5. The ancient Egyptian culture;
4.6. the Hebrew culture.
5. The Eastern Cultural Foundation: 5.1 Indian traditional culture;
5.2. The great Eastern religion and religious ethical instruction;
5.3. the Chinese traditional culture;
5.4. Japanese traditional culture.
6. Vintage culture: Antiquities 6.1 concept. Antiquities sources;
6.2. the Greek mythology;
6.3. the ancient Greek world view and philosophy of the beginning;
6.4. culture of ancient Rome;
6.5. the Roman world view, political culture and law;
6.6. the beginning of Christianity.
7. The Byzantine culture: 7.1 the Byzantine State formation;
7.2 the Byzantine cultural influence on European culture;
7.3. The ancient culture of Russia.
8. Western culture during the middle ages: the Christian theology of 8.1, philosophy, education;
8.2. the medieval cultural sources (the barbarian culture, the Carolingian renaissance);
8.3. the city of culture, cultural differentiation;
8.4. culture of the medieval styles, their expression in architecture and the fine arts;
8.5. an insight into medieval spiritual and secular in music;
8.6. the Islamic traditional culture and its influence on world culture.
9. The Renaissance culture: 9.1 humanism. Antiquities. Geographical discoveries, science, technique and its effects on culture and household;
9.2. the Renaissance in Italy;
9.4. the Renaissance in France, England, Spain;
9.5. the music and literature of the Renaissance culture;
9.6. reformation and Counter-Reformation, their impact on culture.
10. Culture of the 17th century: 10.1. new time philosophy and science, their interaction;
10.2. the 17th-century literature and art styles;
10.3. Baroque Italy, Flanders and Spain;
10.4. Baroque architecture in Italy and starting art. Baroque aesthetics;
10.5. insight into Baroque music (17th century-18th century end first half);
10.6. classicism in European literature, theatre and art;
10.7.17th century realism in fine arts.
11. culture in the 18th century: the development of science 11.1. The main scientific and geographical discoveries and studies;
11.2. the enlightenment in France, in Germany, in England;
11.3. cultural development in Russia;
11.4. literature, theater and music of the 18th century;
11.5. the architecture and fine arts of the 18th century;
11.6. the Rococo, classicism, realism.
12. culture in the 19th century: 12.1. romanticism. Realism. Impressionism;
12.2. the European and American culture at the end of the 19th century at the beginning of the 20 century;
12.3. symbolism in literature and the arts;
12.4. Art Nouveau architecture, decorative and applied art of the book.
13. culture in the 20th century: 13.1. scientific and technical progress;
13.2. architecture in Europe and the USA;
13.3. the direction of the 20th century in literature, music, theater, fine arts;
13.4. realism, neoclassicism, not symbolism, eksisten oromantism, ciālism;
13.5. Fauvism. Cubism. Abstract art. Expressionism;
13.6. Dada and Surrealism. Futurism. Popart;
8.5. the cultural crisis;
13.8. the ethical value revaluation. Change in world view.
14. a cultural history: 14.1. culture in prehistoric period the territory of Latvia;
14.2. archaeological material-era cultural witness. White culture. Finno-Ugric culture. Livonian culture. Latvian mythological world view;
14.3. the ancient wooden architecture and art;
14.4. the stone construction and historical style appearance;
14.5. paganism and Christianity in Latvia. The Treaty of Riga;
14.6. The Chronicle Indriķ;
14.7. reformation and during the kontrreformācij culture;
14.8. Latvian language origins. Bible translations in Latvia;
9.3. hernhūtieš. Spiritual life in Latgale;
14.10. the enlightenment ideas. Tradition. Education;
14.11. Baroque, classicism, mannerism in architecture and the fine arts of Latvia;
14.12. the culture of the 19th century side 2-early 20th century;
14.13. Baltic culture. Latvian nation-building. Jaunlatvieš. The folksy romanticism in literature and the arts;
14.14. of occurring. Garden, park and grave culture;
14.15. eclectic. Art Nouveau and national romanticism;
14.16. St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, the role of Latvian artists in education. Professional art dating back;
14.17. folk songs and the first General Latvian Song Festival;
14.18. German theater and beginnings of Latvian theatre;
14.19. cultural life in Latvia revolution (1905-1917);
14.20. culture in the 20th century, Latvia 20-40 years.;
14.21. cultural policies: education, science, Linguistics, folkloristics. National minorities cultural autonomy. African culture and language;
14.22. Latvian sculpture. Directions in painting. Artists ' associations;
14.23. music, theatre, cinema;
14.24. culture in Latvia during the second world war;
14.25. culture in Latvia after the second world war;
14.26. the greatest achievements in architecture and the fine arts of Latvia after the second world war;
14.27. cultural tradition. The development of the Museum. Protection and restoration of monuments of postwar in Latvia;
14.28. exile cultural and greatest achievements;
0.00. culture and cultural policy of Latvia after restoration of independence;
14.30. Globalization and multiculturalism issues in contemporary culture.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 15. Cultural concept: 15.1. can you describe the creative and material culture (arts, literature) and cultural heritage-historical experience of humanity accumulated;
15.2. know how to characterize and compare the culture as a dialogue between different eras and cultures;
15.3. know how to interpret the cultural concept.
16. The human and the natural, human and religious, human and public relations system dating back: 16.1. can you describe the primitive culture of the company;
16.2. know and know how to describe the ancient stone building, painting, sculpture, applied arts;
16.3. have perceptions about first human perception of the world, different theories about art;
16.4. can you describe the culture of prehistoric times sinkrētism;
16.5. know and know how to characterize the nature of the Mesopotamian cultures;
16.6. Hammurabi the law understands the importance of the item;
10.4. can you describe the Mesopotamia monumental construction principles, Mesopotamia sculpture;
16.8. understands the Sumerian epic poem meaning of world literature;
10.5. can you describe the Mesopotamian Cultural sinkrētism;
16.10. know and know how to describe the most important ancient Egyptian art canons, Egyptian writing, science;
16.11 know ancient Egyptian Temple architecture and architectural elements;
16.12. know how to characterize the deceased cult and its meaning in ancient Egypt;
16.13. know how to interpret the ancient Eastern civilizations canonical character;
16.14. the ability to characterize America's ancient civilizations construction, architecture and art;
16.15. know how to characterize America's ancient civilizations cultures impact on world culture;
16.16. know Hebrew Cultural Foundation;
16.17. know and know how to describe the origin of the old testament;
16.18. understanding of the old testament world cultural context;
16.19. know how to interpret the Bible the phenomenon of world culture.
17. The Eastern Cultural Foundation: 17.1. know how to characterize the nature of the period of Vedic brahmanism, hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism in India cultural interaction;
17.2. know ancient Indian architecture, ancient Indian monumental and miniatūrglezniecīb samples, literature;
17.3. know how to characterize and compare Vedic meaning of philosophy in the development of the world;
17.4. know how to interpret the natural and human harmony of Indian culture;
17.5. know how to characterize daoism and konfūcism in ancient China;
10.9. knows and understands the nature and role of calligraphy painting, applied basic features of art in ancient China;
17.7. can you describe the Chinese production achievements in culture, classical Chinese literature, ancient Chinese theater and music.
11.1. can describe and compare the impact of Chinese culture on other peoples cultures;
11.1. know how to interpret Chinese culture's canonical nature;
17.10. know and know how to describe the sintoism, konfūcism, Buddhist interaction in Japanese culture;
17.11. can you describe the Japanese poetry, garden and park of the main features of culture, a symbol character;
17.12. the ability to describe the ancient Japanese architecture, painting, ksilogrāfij, theatre;
17.13. can you describe the Japanese domestic culture.
18. Vintage culture: 18.1. know and know how to describe the concept of Antiquities, the main sources;
18.2. know and know how to describe the world of the ancient Greeks considered main features of ancient Greek mythology, the main characters;
18.3. can you describe the philosophy of antiquity and importance in the further impact of European culture;
18.4. know about the ancient Greek way of life, the theater and the Olympics;
18.5. know and know how to describe the big ancient Greek architecture and sculpture monuments, architectural orders;
18.6. know how to interpret the Antiquities influence further development of the European culture, the importance of culture in the context of the world;
18.7. can interpret the ancient Greek world considers the impact of les far thinking;
12.8. know and know how to describe the ancient Roman world view, political culture, jurisprudence, ancient Roman architecture and sculpture of the main examples;
11.7. can you describe the Roman mythology, art, lifestyle;
18.10. know how to characterize and compare the ancient Greek and Roman lifestyle, communion and differences of opinion;
18.11. know and know how to describe the emergence of Christianity and learning content;
18.12. aware of the New Testament at the time of composition, structure, understands the nature of the Gospel;
18.13. know about Jesus Christ's life and teachings, activity;
18.14. know how to characterize Christianity as the major basis of Western culture.
19. The Byzantine culture: 19.1. know and know how to describe the Byzantine State formation, early Christian Church;
19.2. knows the Byzantine culture of sacred architecture and art of the most important jobs;
19.3. to understand the Byzantine cultural influence on Slavic and Western European culture;
19.4. understands the Eastern and Western cultural interaction;
19.5. can describe and compare the Byzantine mediation role between East and West;
12.2. know and know how to describe the Slavs and pagan nature of the Russian kristianizēšan;
19.7. can you describe the old sacred architecture, Byzantine culture in Russia as the heir;
19.8. know how to interpret the white people and the Russian cultural interaction.
20. The Western culture during the middle ages: 20.1. know and know how to describe the medieval cultural sources;
20.2. know and know how to describe the Christian theology, philosophy and educational progress and development in the middle ages;
20.3. know and know how to characterize the Romanesque and Gothic styles in architecture and the fine arts;
20.4. know how to compare and characterize different classes of medieval kultūrrakstur, household, literature and the impact on the subsequent culture;
20.5. know how to compare medieval people thinking with antique form of thinking;
20.6. know and know how to describe the Islamic Cultural Foundation-Koran, its poetic form;
20.7. know Arabic architectural principles, science and medicine;
12.9. know the basic principles of Islamic culture; applied arts, household;
20.9. know how to compare and characterize Islam as a religion, Islam monoteism traditional culture's influence on world culture.
21. The Renaissance culture: 21.1. know and know how to describe the idea of humanism-Renaissance Foundation, the Renaissance of the main stages of development, the prevalence in Europe;
21.2. know how to compare and characterize the scientific, technical and geographical discoveries, influence on culture and the household;
21.3. know the Renaissance cultural characteristics;
21.4. understands the impact of antiquities to the Renaissance;
13.4. can see Renaissance cultural values and ideals;
21.6. know and know how to describe the Renaissance literature and fine art big representatives;
21.7. know manierism signs in Italy;
21.8. know and know how to describe the Ziemeļrenesans of creative thinkers and artists;
13.6. can you describe the characteristics and differences of Ziemeļrenesans of the Renaissance in Italy;
21.10. know how to interpret the aesthetic impact and Gothic expressionism of the Ziemeļrenesans culture of foreboding;
21.11. creations of the Renaissance literāt knows the principles and beliefs;
21.12. know how to compare and characterize the Renaissance culture in France, England, Spain;
21.13. can interpret the multi-faceted nature of Western culture to the Renaissance;
21.14. has studied Renaissance music;
21.15. knows and understands the nature of the main directions of reformation, reformation and m. Luther's role in it;
21.16. know how to characterize t. Mincer, u. Cvinglij the meaning of the Reformation;
21.17. know how to characterize and compare the importance of the further reformation of cultural development.
22. Culture of the 17th century: 22.1. know and know how to describe the main 17th century literature and art styles;
22.2. understands the main Baroque, classical period and the trend of realism and character;
22.3. can you describe the modern philosophy and science, their interaction;
22.4. understands the science of ideas and influence on Western thinking;
22.5. know how to characterize and compare Flemish and Italian Baroque;
22.6. understanding the importance of realism karavadžism development; the Dutch landscape and still-life importance this genre further development;
14.1. can interpret a 17 century cultural trends;
22.8. has studied Baroque music.
23. Culture of the 18th century: 23.1. know and know how to describe the enlightenment ideas spread and scientific progress, major trends;
23.2. know basic science and geography discoveries and research;
23.3. know the classical architecture, key features and the most important monuments;
23.4. knows the most important representatives of Rococo painting, sculpture, graphics;
14.6. know f. Schiller, Goethe, J.V. j. swift, P. Bomarš the European guidelines;
14.7. to know the nature and character of the Empire style in France, England, Russia;
23.7. know the classical music label;
14.8. know how to characterize the importance of ideas of enlightenment 18th century culture in Europe;
14.9. to interpret the enlightenment period pr people world view.
24. culture in the 19th century: 24.1. knows and understands the nature of realism and romanticism in literature and the arts, features;
24.2. know the theoretical basis and Impressionist style;
24.3. know the realism of painting and literature features;
24.4. know the 19th century theatrical features;
15.2. have experienced the romanticism and Impressionism music;
24.6. know how to characterize and compare the realism of the common features of European culture, romanticism aesthetics and subjectivity;
24.7. know how to interpret the realism, romanticism and Impressionism power;
15.4. can be described at the turn of the century, literature and art;
15.5. understands the nature and Art Nouveau can be seen features in architecture;
24.10. know how to characterize and compare 19./20.gadsimta interleaving style and direction of mutual influence;
24.11. know how to interpret the cultural process of hallmarks of the century, to justify their causes.
25. culture in the 20th century: 25.1. knows and understands the nature of the new information and communication media from entering early 20th century science and human life;
25.2. functionalism and Constructivism knows the most important trends in European and us architecture;
25.3. understands the impact of the political history and the importance of philosophy, literature and the arts, nature of the Exchange;
25.4. studied neoclassical, symbolism, Existentialist literature samples;
25.5. know fovism, Cubism, abstract art, content, the essential features of popart in fine arts;
6. know Expressionism important trends in literature, art, cinema;
25.7. understands the nature of dadaism and Surrealism and impact;
25.8. can you describe the music of the 20th century and theatrical trends;
25.9. can you describe the modernist cultural scene and the General modernist trend;
25.10. the ability to interpret the 20th century cultural diversity.
26. The Latvian culture: 26.1. know and know how to describe the archaeological material: White House (who, Selonian, semigallian, leader), Finno-Ugric (LIV) burial traditions, sacred landscapes, household items;
26.2. know Latvian mitoloģisko God and gods, ghosts, cult, Latvian characters;
26.3. know the ancient Latvian texts of ancient buildings: houses, barn, bathhouse, threshing, maltuv, Coop, as well as clothing and jewelry;
26.4. know Latvian mythology related to Indo-European pirmtaut myths;
26.5. know how to characterize and compare white and Finno-Ugric cultural interaction;
16.5. know how to interpret the white people's tribal origin and links with the Indo-European peoples;
16.6. know and know how to describe the origins of Christianity in Latvia;
26.8. know the wall construction starting point;
26.9. the old town be described as pr medieval architectural monument, recognizes the Romanesque and Gothic style samples in the territory of Latvia;
26.10. understands the importance of the Indriķ chronicles the medieval cultural studies;
26.11. know how to interpret the German and Latvian cultural coexistence in medieval culture in Latvia;
26.12. know about the reformation and during the kontrreformācij culture in Latvia and the nature of its influence and role in the nation's history;
26.13. know Latvian language origins in Latvia, in Latvia, Biblical translations;
26.14. know about the hernhūtieš movement in Latvia;
26.15. knows the expression in Latvia manierism;
26.16. know and know how to describe the enlightenment and humanism ideas and their mouthpiece in Latvia;
26.17. can you describe the beginnings of education and literature in Latvia (Domskol, Academia petrina in Jelgava);
26.18. know and know how to characterize the Baroque architecture in Latvia and its local features in different areas of Latvia;
26.19. know and know how to describe the classical architecture and painting in the 17th-19th century the first half;
26.20. know how to characterize and compare the time of enlightenment ideas in Europe and Latvia, to interpret the meaning of enlightenment ideas in the further cultural development in Latvia;
26.21. know about Baltic culture in Latvia;
26.22. understands the Latvian nation-building framework conditions;
26.23. know and know how to distinguish the eclectic and Art Nouveau architecture in Riga. Know how to characterize Art Nouveau in Riga, compare it to Art Nouveau in Europe;
26.24. know and know how to describe the national romanticism architecture in Riga;
26.25. know Latvian professional painting of the initiator, understands their role in the Latvian art, able to describe the role of St. Petersburg Academy of Arts of the Latvian artists in education;
26.26. know Latvian Professional sculpture initiator;
26.27. know about the beginnings of the graphic in Latvia;
26.28. know and know how to characterize the first General Latvian Song Festival;
26.29. know about the Riga German Theatre, Latvian theatre beginnings;
26.30. experienced and know how to characterize romanticism literature and international art, urban gardens and parks, culture, Tomb architecture;
26.31. know how to interpret songs as one of the English mentality expression;
26.32. knows and understands the nature of the various trends in the arts until 1940;
26.33. know about the Soviet Latvian art in Russia;
26.34. can you describe the cultural life of Latvia in 1905-1917;
26.35. know and know how to describe the education, science, art and linguistics of the Republic of Latvia;
26.36. know and know how to describe the National Opera of Latvia, j. Conservatory and the Beauty of the theater of the Republic of Latvia;
26.37. know about the culture of national minorities in the Republic of Latvia during the African culture;
26.38. know the artists associations and groups (Group, independent artists ' unit, "green Crow");
26.39. know how to characterize the company's "Slavic";
26.40. can you describe the cultural policy of Latvia and the Republic of Latvia during the modern era;
26.41. know how to interpret the time culture of the Republic of Latvia in the European context;
26.42. knows and understands the nature of literature and fine art life in Latvia during the war;
26.43. aware of the Latvian cultural activities in the Soviet Union;
26.44. know about artistic expression during the war;
know how to discern ideology 26.45. impact on culture and the problem of human integrity, be interpreted in war;
26.46. know and know how to describe the big achievements in architecture and art in Latvia after the second world war;
0.00. know about the Museum development in Latvia, the restoration and development of post-war role in Latvia;
26.48. can you describe the Cultural Organization in Latvia, to interpret the social impact of the political situation and the nation's cultural development cultural survival under conditions of occupation;
26.49. know exile cultural big achievements;
26.50. know and describe exiled Latvian cultural centres, cultural activities of Latvian exile, education and theatre companies;
26.51. is a picture of the scientific research of Latvian exile cultural history;
know how to interpret the popular 26.52. identities;
could you describe the culture 26.53. in Latvia after independence;
26.54. know and know how to describe the creative organization and cultural activities of the Fund;
26.55. know how to characterize globalization and multiculturalism issues in contemporary culture;
26.56. understands the cultural exchange and interaction with other parts of the world and national minorities;
26.57. changes in the nature of a culture pr policy and practice in Latvia;
26.58. understands and interprets the significance of preservation of cultural traditions. Minister of education and Science (B). 26. Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 logic. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to systematize and improve analytical thinking skills, public speaking skills, express their views and debate.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: get the 2.1 basic knowledge and insights about the logic and its importance in communication;
2.2. required to work with a variety of cognitive sources and materials;
2.3. require use of laws of logic.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. the nature and importance of logic: 3.1 the nature of thinking;
3.2. the role of logic and history;
3.3. thinking in a logical form and content.
4. The concept of the nature of the concept: 4.1, content and volume;
4.2. relationships between concepts;
4.3. the definition of the concept;
4.4. the term allocation.
5. judgment: judgment of Division 5.1;
5.2. judgment and question;
5.3. the expression of the concept;
5.4. the predicate concept.
6. the basic laws of logic: 6.1 the identity law;
6.2. contrary to law and law in the third off;
6.3. the basic law satisfactory.
7. conclusion: inductive and deductive 7.1 conclusions;
7.3. the analogy.
8. Proof: 8.1. nature of evidence;
8.2. the type of evidence;
8.3. logical proof.
9. the logic and communication: 9.1. reasoning and controversy (eristik);
9.2. verbal communication;
9.3. non verbal communication.
III. Essential subject learning, 12 class 10. Finally the nature and importance of logic: 10.1 understand the thinking essence and its representation of language forms, basic types of thinking (abstract thinking), truth value;
10.2. it is the understanding of the language in a broader and narrower sense, natural languages, artificial languages;
10.3. it is the understanding of cognitive and sensory logical statement, thinking of different views, the forms of thinking, laws and rules;
10.4. you know logic tasks and their use;
10.5. know the logic of place and role in the learning process and theoretical;
10.6. have an understanding of logic as a science, logic development historical trends;
10.7. understands the importance of logic in the process of cognition, cognition, and creativity.
11. The concept of: 11.1. able to introduce the concept and scope of content;
11.2. understand the relationship between concepts, terms and words;
11.3. it is the understanding of the concept as a form of thinking;
11.4. understands the main types of relationships between concepts (not comparable, comparable, consistent, compatible, not identical, crossing, downstream, līdzpakārtot, opposite, conflicting);
11.5. know how to identify relationships between concepts, display it with a doughnut chart;
11.6. able to take the definition of the concept of universalisation, control, Division and classification operations.
12. The verdict: 12.1. can navigate the logical relationship of the square;
12.2. basic types of judgments just know (atributīv, existence, relation);
12.3. can determine the type and structure of the judgment, to formulate different kinds of judgments;
12.4. it is the understanding of the nature of the judgment in apgalvošan as a way of thinking, as the claim, the relationship between the judgments, the modality;
12.5. know basic functions, issues of the question types (informational, research, direct, indirect, simple, compound, correct, incorrect);
12.6. know how to analyze and ask logical questions;
12.7. know how to distinguish between the verdict and the expression of differences and mutual respect;
12.8. understands the concept of predicate, its definition and the veracity of the area.
13. the basic laws of logic: 13.1. know and understand the identity, or the oneness of essence, the meaning of the law, meaning, and action;
13.2. know and understand the contradictions in the law and in the law of nature in the third off, sense, meaning, and action;
13.3. can help by logical square 2 and 3 examine the logic of the law;
8.3. it is the understanding of logical paradoxes, alternative link between alternative and opposite, a third off the scope limitation of the law;
13.5. know and understand the basic nature of the law enough, meaning and significance, and the concept of need;
13.6. have an understanding of axioms, the criteria of adequacy.
14. conclusion: 14.1. know and understand the nature of the conclusions, and the conclusions of the deductive inductive;
14.2. can put forward a hypothesis, validate and disprove the hypothesis;
14.3. know and understand the structure of siloģism, siloģism of the General rules and types;
14.4. is a picture of a conclusion with one premise, contradistinction, siloģism, and cropping of the pieces and fashion;
14.5. understands the nature and importance of the analogy of a cognitive process;
14.6. can get the conclusion by analogy;
9.1. understanding analogies.
15. Proof: 15.1. know and understand the logical structure of proof (argument, argument);
15.2. knows the relationship between the demonstration, practice, and the truth, scientific inquiry;
15.3. know type of evidence (direct and indirect proof, rebuttal);
15.4. know the logical evidence requirements (thesis argument certainty, veracity, validity and sufficiency);
15.5. to know the nature of the evidence and rebuttal, could prove and disprove thoughts and opinions.
16. the logic and communication: 16.1. understand the role of communication in the process of logical proof, speech Arts (rhetoric);
16.2. know the key controversy;
16.3. know and understand the compositional structure of speech, speech stylistic suitability situation;
16.4. know how to collect and select the required material, preparing a speech, listen to various views, evaluate it, debate, using the knowledge and skills to identify the different types of speech, hear the arguments of the opponents, essential to hear and other errors in their public speeches;
16.5. understands the importance of listening dialoģisk speech situations;
16.6. know the technical elements of speech (voice, breathing, clear enunciation), logical and ethical controversy conditions;
10.4. it is the understanding of the diversity of public speech, monoloģisk and the dialoģisk speech, the main types of debate and their history;
16.8. can use knowledge, public speaking;
16.9. know basic non-verbal communication means (mimic, gestures, eye contact, posture, voice intonation), and their importance in communication;
16.10. know how to use the techniques and means of compelling interest to express and justify their opinions. Minister of education and science b. 27. Annex Rivž Cabinet of 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 ethics. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote the ethic of personal development, responsible for creating your family, relations between them and the State of Latvia is actively participating in a democratic and open society, enabling learners to thrive on cooperation and dialogue prepared individuals who value the public cultural heritage and human values.
2. Subject to: 2.1 build respect and reverence towards their own and others lives, against natural capabilities;
2.2. to understand the ecological and ethical issues involved in environmental care, taking care of your health and future generations;
2.3. to understand various phenomena and of public life (economic, political, legal, scientific, technical norms, art) relationship to morality, creating awareness, and reduce social accident and evil;
2.4. promoting moral development of relations, with a particular focus on the mutual interactions, good and beautiful, personal development, human lifestyles, cultural preservation and restoration;
2.5. to understand the highest spiritual principles and values to everyday life can put kindness, respect for people, justice, action in accordance with the conscience, love, craving for perfection;
2.6. aware of their nation's history, age, nature of humanity, compassion and the opposite of violence, cruelty, searching for community development, deeper, more humane meaning;
2.7. to understand the people's everyday life and all the existential experience, needs, inclinations, mission and meaning of life;
2.8. to build personal self-esteem, need to get to know yourself more deeply, to make responsible moral choices, creating the belief that anyone can improve the ethic;
2.9. build a picture of the different world views, life's path toward different religious and secular (secular) ethics training;
2.10. conscious of the moral values that help to strengthen the family, preparing for a mother, father, spouse, business partner, to the role of moral climate favourable to creation, corporate family;
2.11. build respect for their land, its traditions, love for Latvia; develop the ability to learn from other peoples and land developments, while maintaining their and their self-esteem.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. subject matter of Ethics, direction, tasks.
4. Moral nature, essence and meaning.
5. the Ethos and ethical history.
6. Personal and public ethics and morality.
7. Morality other spiritual value system.
8. Ethical values.
9. the life and the work ethic.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 10. Ethics, direction, tasks: 10.1 understand the philosophy and theoretical basis of ethics, commitment and distinction;
10.2. know concepts: ethics, morality, morals;
10.3. know about the various ethical explanations and directions;
10.4. can find the subject of ethics related to other subjects.
11. the nature of morality, nature, and meaning: 11.1. know what role in human life, the communication process is in morals (generosity, dedication, compassion, etc.);
11.2. know what is the moral to the essence and how it relates to a fact of life that demands in our lives is the absolute and relative nature;
11.3. the existence of life know conservation and protection;
11.4. can be described, which is a moral choice, its difference from the political, legal, and other choices;
11.5. understands the practical nature of morality by which it differs from the economic, political, legal and similar to practicality;
11.6. the notion of human activities the main types and their relation to morality and morality, about how moral the story gets superhuman nature (history, everyday life, literature and art), the institutional and institutional phenomena in in;
11.7. can independently look for the essence and sense of morality in public life, to see the moral aspect of the phenomenon;
11.8. know how to identify the main types of human activity and their relation to morality and morality;
7.4. understands society's addiction to moral values and their practical implementation.
12. Morality and ethics history: 12.1. know the moral background biological, social and religious explanations;
12.2. know Latvian identity values and moral laws and people's experience of the family;
12.3. know 20th century ethical and moral problems;
12.4. the notion of morality and ethics of the eastern lands, Western civilization and ethical thoughts in development in Latvia;
12.5. able to associate subjects-such as history, literature, philosophy, religion, history and cultural history-knowledge with virtue ethics history;
12.6. able to consider a period of history, a historical event of violence, cruelty and humanity, not violence;
12.7. know how to use a variety of information sources and the evidence that describes the virtues of the 20th century;
12.8. aware of their family, friends or acquaintances, the city or district people's good work experience, know how to characterize the positive expression.
13. Personality and public ethics and morality: 13.1. know what is person, personality, personality development and their relation to morality;
13.2. understands the punishment, criticism, praise and other rating and importance of moral incentives;
13.3. know what is the moral position, life style, moral ideals, rights and obligations;
13.4. have an understanding of what determines personality improvement or degradation of personality formation (education and the role of pašaudzināšan), for the mind, feelings, will and experience the importance of personal development;
13.5. have an understanding of the circumstances, fate and chance, check the role of personal development;
13.6. have an understanding of traditional and modern virtues;
8.5. understand the sample, work ethic and the importance of personal holiday and moral development;
13.8. understands the life of the building;
13.9. know about economic and moral relationship problems and what social factors most affect the morale and morality of the modern world, in Latvia and a specific environment, and how they in turn affect the morals;
13.10. have an understanding of the business ethics and its relationship to politics and the law.
14. The morality of another spiritual value system: 14.1 importance of truth know spiritual value system;
14.2. the importance of religion know the personality and spiritual development of society;
14.3. understands the importance of the Christian religion in Western spiritual value in writing;
14.4. knows the most important Christian ethical values (according to the New Testament Gospels);
14.5. can compare Christian values with sekulāraj (laicīgaj) the ethical values;
14.6. have an understanding of the ethical and cultural, aesthetic and artistic relationship with ethics and morality;
14.7. can compare and see the relationship between the ethical and the aesthetic, religious, scientific values in personal and public life;
14.8. know how to express their thoughts on the true, the beautiful, sacred relationship with right and wrong, our views on whether art can also be immoral, whether and how contemporary art promotes moral development;
9.3. the pr from moral dimension to rate various trends of information technology, the internet and computer games, television and cinema films, broadcasts, mass media;
14.10. able to express their views on Science (all or some of its industries) meaning of virtue in development or degradation; express your thoughts on what is the most important personality and the development of society-what is economic, policy, law, aesthetics, religion, ethics, philosophy, culture (in General).
15. Ethical values: 15.1. understands the concepts of good and evil;
15.2. understands the concepts of Justice and attempt to find the best formula for fairness, and to establish the most equitable society;
15.3. can analyze what must be a man, so that he would be able to act fairly;
15.4. the obligation and responsibility to understand concepts, their levels;
15.5. understands the honor, dignity, embarrassment and the heart of the concept of consciousness and usage;
15.6. is the understanding of the human limits of liability;
15.7. the notion of the meaning of life, the universe and its meaning, history, meaning, every human life;
9.8. Prot to analyse the concept of "happiness", to name its features;
15.9. know how to characterize and to history, literature and life examples illustrate the ethical values, to compare and correlate the duties and happiness, justice and truth, responsibility and conscience;
15.10. to describe the obligation for pr with the interests of the people, freedom, happiness, love;
15.11. able to express their views on whether the real life is possible in a pure conscience.
16. Life and work ethic: 16.1. know the value of life in nature, society, and each person's life;
16.2. knows the death of biological, social, and religious interpretation of key concepts of death and immortality in different epochs and cultures, and their consequences and moral ethics;
16.3. understands the concepts of freedom, it means people and society;
16.4. understands the anguish and joy's role in human life;
16.5. understands the concepts of love and the way its value and importance of personal and public life;
16.6. know about marriage and family moral foundations;
16. know what is patriotism, humanism, cosmopolitanism and multi culturalism, their role in the moral, appreciate them from a moral point of view;
16.8. know what is altruism, egoism, individualism and collectivism, could be described with examples from the moral point of view;
16.9. know the most important modern ecological problems in Latvia, Europe and the world;
16.10. understands the moral conflict prevention, development and solution options;
16.11 is the understanding on ethical principles, the ethical ideals (the family, nation, mankind);
16.12. know how to judge a marriage and family from the moral point of view;
16.13. have an understanding of life and death for example (on euthanasia, suicide and abortion problems and discussions in modern society);
16.14. have an understanding of the role of personal growth work and the development of society, work and commitments of virtue;
16.15. have an understanding of professional ethics (by student choice in one of the professions);
16.16. know about the ethics of the body, can be characterized as body and spirit morale;
16.17. know how to distinguish the positive values of life, life and spiritual development of the orientations and beliefs that drive to the death, destruction, dezorient and degrades the people and society;
16.18. can you describe the processes that cause the most suffering in life, accident, and to seek solutions, as they would reduce;
16.19. know how to create and to justify their actions by the industry and their life code of ethics, life motto;
16.20. is indulgent in their relations to the different representatives, considered to participate in a discussion and reasoned in expressing their views;
16.21. could offer a possible solution of ecological problems, assess the consequences of human action from the ethical point of view (as the environmental situation may affect life and morality in the future);
16.22. know how to express their thoughts, to anticipate the 21st century human role and place in the various processes, directions, describe what is human life and development main terms and what are the main expectations of the future, to carry out research in ethics;
16.23. from the ethical decency, respect, could you describe the outstanding personalities (after student choice) the history, science, art, politics, religion, in its immediate surroundings, the city, County or personality that caused the evil of humanity, have brought misery and unhappiness;
16.24. know how to create your own moral self portrait and self improvement program, evaluate your posture and character traits in contact;
16.25. know how to judge the case, money and morals for human values of property, market, and morals (everyday, society and politics, literary works in);
16.26. know how to link the experience of economic knowledge, policy, and ethical law;
16.27. able to express their views about violence and non-violence, peace and war in complex situations and historical events of the future forecasts. Minister of education and science b. 28. Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 religion history. General secondary education subject standard i. General questions 1. Curriculum provides an introduction to the problems of religion and the history of religion, but religion is the subject of the 20th century in the context of the situation.
2. Course design is based on the simultaneous or parallel, rather than the historic principle, although for each of the apskatāmaj religions contain historical information.
II. purpose of the subjects and tasks 3. Subject aims to help create a mentally active, on religious questions informed against other religious representatives considered tolerant personality, able to navigate the democratic and multicultural society in religious, recognizes the religious traditions in Latvia, understands the importance of religion in Latvia and world history, culture and contemporary society, the ability to assess and protect the religion as part of humanity's spiritual heritage and development potential as well as the Latvian cultural ingredients, motivate your religious or atheist humanist world views and defend the democratic atmosphere of the discussion.
4. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 4.1 to learn information about different religions, it offers and tipoloģiskaj differences;
4.2. improve understanding of the religion of historical and structural patterns;
4.3. understand religion's association with the society, ethics, culture;
4.4. to create a systematic and motivate the learner's personal views on religion in General.
III. Subjects of the minimum content of the introduction to the religion issue 5:5.1. religion typology. Opinions about religion, ancestry;
5.2. definition of religion. Religion and belief;
5.3 religion and it offer extreme situations;
5.4. how reasonably defend your view of the Sun.
6. Ancient religions: the different opinions about the ancient people of world vision. The notion of soul immortality. Today's "archaic culture" society (tribes) and pirmsvēsturisk man. Shamanism;
6.2. The ancient Egyptian religion and its heritage of Western religion;
6.3. Ancient Mesopotamian religious ethical heritage in Judaism and Christianity, the Mesopotamian religious picture elements in different ticējumo and opinions (astrology, fortune-telling and Numerology).
7. Christianity and the five major Eastern religions: Christianity's beginnings 7.1. Jesus Christ's life. Christianity historical distribution;
7.2. the content and meaning of Christianity in Western culture. Conceptions of God and the historical development of the concept of the world;
7.3. reading the Bible. Sin, salvation and freedom of the will;
7.4. the Christian ethics and position in life. Concepts of human dignity and the public;
7.5. the first century of Christianity and the creation of an orthodoxy;
7.6. The Roman Catholicism in the middle ages and modern times. Vatican Council II;
7.7. the Church's social teaching;
7.8. the reformation in Germany, Switzerland and modern protestantism;
7.9. Christianity and the denomination. Modern Christianity in Asia, Africa and Latin America;
7.10. the concept of the Church, and "ārpusbaznīc of Christianity". Ekumenism;
7.11. (Orthodox) Orthodox Church and Orthodox in Latvia. Catholicism In Latvia. Luterānism and baptisms in the world and in Latvia;
7.12. excellent personality and spiritual authority in the history of Christianity;
7.15. Confucianism and Taoism;
7.18. Judaism in Latvia.
8. new religious movements (JRK): 8.1. common patterns, JRK distribution and reason (psychological alternatives, social security, small group). The new offer JRK (novelty, easy answers to existential questions, sense of togetherness). JRK and escape from the mainstream;
8.2. hiliasm. Jehovah's witnesses and normoņ (latter-day Saints Church). "God's children", the Unification Church (mūnism), saientoloģij;
8.3. dievturība and similar movements (Druid, Teutonic, Russian vēdism);
8.4. krišnaīt (Krishna Consciousness Movement), transcendent meditation. Rērih society. Occult. Astrology;
8.5. spells and magic. Hīler. Vārdošan and magic penetration performance of Latvia. Satanism and witchcraft;
8.6. the religion of the merger attempts. The Baha'is. Unitārism. Religious sinkrētism trends (for example, The arion movement in Siberia). New age or "new era".
9. Atheism and kvazireliģisk movements: 9.1. State ideology as a substitute for religion. The atheist humanism;
9.2. individualism, religious indifference (indiferentism), relativism and religious sinkrētism nowadays.
IV. Requirements subject learning, finally 12. class 10. Introduction: the problem of religion 10.1. know and know how to characterize the religious and confessional situation in Latvia;
10.2. knows most world religions and spread the world, mentioning the specific geographical areas, the largest world religion and the founding of the basic factual establishment;
10.3. know world religion answers to fundamental questions of man (the world of existence and the meaning of life, death, suffering and the problem of evil);
10.4. know most Christian creeds and differences;
10.5. can use concepts: religion, confession, Church, sect, cult, denomination;
10.6. know about religious conflict reasons (ancient and modern), acceptable forms of resolving them, known in world history;
10.7. understand the religious creeds and religious activities of the theme the role of the third Latvian awakening and independence;
10.8. know and know how to describe religious movements and mission of social work, education and other issues, the importance of religion in the public stability, justice and prosperity;
10.9. know their rights to religious freedom of opinion as an integral part of human rights;
10.10. the religious and scientific approach to the problem of the difference in life.
11. Ancient religion: 11.1. know about ancient Egypt and the ancient Mesopotamian religious ethical heritage of Western religion;
11.2. can you describe the views on religion in prehistoric times, mentioning the existence of archaeological excavation revealed evidence.
12. Christianity and the five major Eastern religions: 12.1. know Christianity and five big East of the historical development of religion, cultural environment, the impact on art, literature, music, characterized by cultural and religious interaction;
12.2. understands the importance of Theology and Christianity dogmatik;
12.3. can you describe the Christian core values (understanding of God in Christianity, historical development of the concept of the world, human dignity and personal freedom, personal responsibility, integrity, Christian love), which created the modern eiropeizēt world spiritual basis;
12.4. has studied Christianity believe about sin, Salvation (man and reborn Resurrection) and the freedom of the will;
12.5. know how to navigate today's world map of les religions and religious representatives to be identified by their ethnic origin (e.g., Arabs, Persians, Turks, Pakistanis-Muslims; The population of India-Indian religion; Chinese-konfūcieš, daoist or Buddhist);
12.6. the distinguished Latvia more pr in historical Christian denominations (Orthodox, Orthodox, Catholics, Lutherans and Baptists) by external signs (rituals, sacred persons, architecture);
12.7. the nature of Christian love and active charity ethical expression examples in history and literature (including Latvian);
12.8. know about the most important dogma, sacraments, worship sakrālaj persons, the model in the ekumenism of the Christian denominations and movements;
12.9. know the largest world religion, founder of life and activity;
12.10. know about the nature of revelation religion;
12.11. the formula of each view of religion define the religious purpose of existence, i.e., soterioloģisk essence of religion (for example, exit circle of reincarnation in hinduism; prosperity life Judaism šīspasaul; long life and immortality get Taoism; The Kingdom of God-Christianity);
12.12. the various meanings, some use the word "Church".
13. new religious movements (JRK): 13.1. can distinguish religious philosophy and theology of the popular religion in any of the investigated of religions;
13.2. can distinguish religion from various classic jaundarinājum;
13.3. can describe how each of the religions described affect the individual's behavioral model of political society and culture religion one way or the other way;
8.3. know how to characterize the new religion movements created and exposure principles and techniques.
14. Atheism and kvazireliģisk movement: 14.1. can show by example the totalitarian regimes practised the cult and doctrine of similarity and difference, compared with the religious rituals and teachings;
14.2. can clear the ethical policies of similarities and differences in the atheist humanism and Christianity;
14.3. pr with examples described the cooperation between Latvia and foster third awakening time and nowadays;
14.4. can you describe the life explanation of religion compared to atheism, relativism and religious indifference (indiferentism);
14.5. can formulate reasoned opinions about religion and their personal beliefs;
14.6. can use concepts "sacred" and "profane";
9.1. understanding of the religion and faith;
14.8. to understand religion, mythology and ideology differences;
9.3. understands the common and distinct religious and practical human action themes. Minister of education and science B. 29. Annex Rivž Cabinet in 2007 august 7, Regulation No 544 programming basics. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote learner algorithmic and systemic thinking to the development of practical work skills and competences in the development of the system of datorbāzēt and modern information and communication technologies in the information gathering, processing and making necessary diverse life situations and other subjects of learning. 2. the subjects job is to create the opportunity for learners to learn Informatics 2.1: the industry's key concepts; 2.2. get practical work basic skills individually and in collaboration with others in problem identification, specificēšan and formalisation and resolving them in developing programs and datorbāzēt systems; 2.3. gain diverse learning experience by using information and communication technology (ICT), as well as programs created and datorbāzēt systems; 2.4. to gain intellectual freedom and responsibility of operation experience in democratic societies; 2.5. to gain experience and vocations training, understanding the informatics industry straujo rates of development and the importance of the development of society; 2.6. build habits to work in a healthy work environment and learn the techniques to reduce or avoid health problems on your computer; 2.7. build motivation in your abilities, to become a full-fledged member of the information society.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. information and its processing. 4. Practical and research activities: 4.1 programming languages; 4.2. algorithms and data structures; 4.3. of applied programming elements; 4.4. datorbāzēt system for development. 5. Computing the ethical and legal aspects of his and other security.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 6. information and its processing: 6.1. know and understand the concepts: information, Informatics, information society, data, computer, hardware, software, and algorithm; 6.2. know and understand the concepts: information acquisition, storage, processing, transmission and service pr to illustrate with examples; 6.3. knows the information processing processes and their types; 6.4. know it study objects; 6.5. knows the information processing features of the development of history; 6.6. know information and rate unit of measure, could they be illustrated with examples; 6.7. know the different types of information (textual, graphic, audio, audiovisual) encoding the binary code of principles. Know why the information should be coded, appreciate and compare amounts of information; 6. know the concepts: positional and non positional number system, able to move from one positional number systems (binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal), perform arithmetic operations; 6.9. is a picture of how the movement of information in school, public bodies, commercial organisations and decorations. 7. Practical and research activities: 7.1 know the generation programming language history and breakdown, can identify the most popular programming languages; 7.2. know and understand the compiler and interpreter concepts, pr to illustrate with examples; 7.3. know object oriented programming and structured basic principles understood with examples illustrate key differences; 7.4 know concepts: identifier, keywords, programming language syntax and semantics, can they be illustrated with examples; 7.5. the structure of the program know building principles can be made to type in, edit, tune, test, run, and run the program. 7.6. know and know how to properly use design principles: text indent, comments; 7.7. know how to organize data input, output, and format; 7.8. know arithmetic and logical operators can build arithmetic and logical expressions. 7.9. know and know how to properly use standard programming language data structures (types): symbol, integer, decimal, string of symbols; 7.10. know and know how to properly use the programming languages commonly used built-in functions and procedures: mathematical, string symbol, picture processing; 7.11. know and know how to correctly build applications using programming languages: branching, aircraft selection, cycle, cycle with the meter starting conditions and cycles with end conditions; 7.12. know and know how to properly create and use user-defined data structures (types): array, record; 7.13. know and understand the concepts: function and procedure, know how to properly create and use user-defined functions and procedures with and without parameters; 7.14. know and understand the functions and procedures of the closed concepts, know how to properly build and use restricted functions and procedures; 7.15. know recursive functions and procedures can correct concepts, create and apply a simple user-defined recursive functions and procedures; 7.16. know and understand the concepts: local and global variable, a variable visibility, know how to define and use local and global variables, evaluate the program variable used for vision; 7.17. knows the idea level concepts: sequential and direct access to files; 7.18. able to take the basic operations with sequential access files: data input from a text file, the output text file; 7.19. know and understand the concept of graphical interfaces, know the basic principles of good graphical interfaces; 7.20. know and use in practice event-driven programming; 7.21. know and understand the concepts: objects, object properties, method, event, able to set and change object properties, methods, and use the create event response procedures; 7.22. know and understand the concepts: module, form control elements (controls); 7.23. know how to build applications using the basic form and the standard control elements; 7.24. able to write down in one of the algorithms ready programming languages; 7.25. knows the concept-problems, know how to formulate the problem situation; 7.26. know and understand the concepts: the algorithm and algorithm performer, able to independently create and execute simple algorithms; principle established schools and know a household task solving algorithm; 7.28. knows some of the algorithm writes: the word, the flowchart, pseidovalod, program, able to write down the word of algorithms, flowcharts and program; 7.29. know the algorithm characteristics: finality, efficiency, accuracy, determine; 7:30 in the. unaware algorithm analysis techniques for activity and the number of occupied memory, able to analyze simple algorithms; the milling certificate supporting know algorithm. the concept of complexity, appreciate the simple algorithm complexity by memory and time; 7.32. know some techniques for creating algorithms: refresh, rekurenc, iteration, "divide and conquer" principle, can cite it examples; 7.33. know data structures: a string of characters, set, vector, table, entry, stack, queue, list, tree, graph and illustrate them with examples; 7.34. can be used when creating programs, data structures: the symbol string, array, record; 7.35. know and use number theory and algebra algorithms: find the largest common divisor algorithm (Euclid's algorithm), primes areessential search algorithms (Erastotēn sieve), note the transformation from decimal to other positional numeral system, and vice versa; 7.36. know and know how to use a symbol string processing algorithms: basic symbol string compression algorithm (and Lempel-Ziv naive algorithm), a naive search algorithms, basic cryptographic algorithms (Caesar algorithm); 7.37. know what is data encryption and why it is used. Know electronic information encryption techniques: RSA digital signature algorithm; 7.38. know and know how to use geometry and bring Bill algorithms: convex polygonal and circular Keystone area of calculation algorithms; 7.39 know bubble, insertion, shuttles, merge, and Shell sort algorithm Hoar; 7.40. pr to use a bubble sort, merge, and Hoar algorithms to evaluate and compare their performance; 7.41. knows simple algorithms create fractal; 7.42. know and know how to use the graph graphic and table record type; 7.43. know basic graph algorithms: search apstaigāšan in depth and in width; 7.44. can develop, record and evaluate the algorithm and choose the necessary data structures to solve simple problems; 7.45. know how to create, edit, and use simple macros, Office applications by using the macro recorder, and macros building features; 7.46. know how to create and publish a Web site (web site) a simple interactive Web page with the script (script); 7.47. pr to create, put and use a simple single-window application with a graphical interface; 7.48. know the life cycle of the system datorbāzēt the main stage: System requirements analysis, system design, system development (programming and testing), System testing, system, system maintenance (leisure), can they be illustrated with examples; 7.49. know datorbāzēt the concept of system documentation, can it be illustrated with examples; 7.50. pr a small group to develop a rudimentary system of datorbāzēt, through its documentation. 8. Computing the ethical and legal aspects of his and other safety: 8.1 know safety rules at work with your computer and its peripheral devices; 8.2. know the factors that can compromise the computer and data (power failure, mechanical failure, environmental effects and unauthorized access); 8.3. know environmental conservation measures, working with the computer; 8.4. is a picture of a healthy work environment and know that taking measures can reduce or avoid health problems; 8.5. know the intellectual property and personal data protection standards, able to respond properly to respect and not to violate this rule. Know what consequences can lead to non-compliance with these rules; 8.6. know and comply with the communication, information and publishing label, ethical and legal norms; 8.7. know datornoziedzīb (Cyber) and carrying out measures may hinder or evade the criminal action; 8.8. know the measures that you can take to ensure the security and protection of information in computer; 8.9. know how information and communication technology development and affect access to information (benefits and dangers) trainees during and society; 8.10. know that internet services not only gives you the opportunity to obtain the necessary information and to communicate with the outside world, but also could endanger the users of this service, and know how can I do to help protect yourself from threats; 8.11. know that excessive computer use can lead to addiction; 8.12. know about the use of information and communication technologies in different professions.
Minister of education and science Rivž B annex 30 Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 technical graphics. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to develop student understanding of 3-d object display plane, developing spatial thinking and imagination to make drawings of the learner to be able to read it, understand it and use it in practice.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1. extract knowledge and improve understanding of the methods used to represent 3D objects in a plane;
2.2. to gain the skills of key component-the point, line and plane-relationship and display;
2.3. practical skills to create 3D objects in complex drawings in paint;
2.4. to gain understanding of the aksonometrisk image formation, gain skills to design;
2.5. getting skills view, cut and slits in the use of 3D objects display in the drawing;
2.6. getting to know the nature of the computer graphics and experience in graphic design and modeling.
II. Subject to the minimum content of Fine geometry 3: projection methods: 3.1 3.1.1. projection method;
3.1.2. the Central and parallel projection;
3.1.3. in practice, the applicable drawing types and their characteristics;
3.2. aksonometrij: 3.2.1. image aksonometrisk formation and its basic concepts;
3.2.2. distortion factor;
3.2.3. orthogonal ISO and frontal dimetrij;
3.3. the complex: 3.3.1 point: 188.8.131.52. point trijplakņ in the corner of the display;
184.108.40.206. creating complex drawings;
220.127.116.11. point stāvotn room and visibility;
3.3.2. the line and straight: 18.104.22.168. line formation, breakdown, displaying;
22.214.171.124. cylindrical thread line formation;
126.96.36.199. straight mapping, its stāvotn room;
188.8.131.52. point and straight mutual-stāvotn;
184.108.40.206. stāvotn between two taišņ;
3.3.3. surface: 220.127.116.11. surface formation, order and display;
18.104.22.168 classification of surfaces;
22.214.171.124. the plane special stāvotn;
126.96.36.199. the straight line and a point in the plane;
188.8.131.52. straight lines and planes of mutual stāvotn;
184.108.40.206. stāvotn between the two planes.
4. Drawing: drawing basics: 4.1 4.1.1. drafting (graphics) to use accessories and tools;
4.1.2. the technical article;
4.1.3. Drawing formats, scales, writing area;
4.1.4. line types and their uses;
4.1.5. geometric design;
4.2 the bundled drawing: 4.2.1 views, cuts, slits: 220.127.116.11 technical graphics use, the view name and location;
18.104.22.168. simple and composite, to designate them;
22.214.171.124. slits, the breakdown, and explain the differences of the cut;
4.2.2. the size of the deployment: 126.96.36.199. size distribution;
188.8.131.52. the size of the deployment rules drawings, conditional signs;
4.2.3. thread: 184.108.40.206. threaded surface formation;
220.127.116.11. spiral breakdown;
18.104.22.168. metric and cylindrical cauruļvītn;
22.214.171.124. spiral display and identification;
4.3. aksonometrij: 4.3.1. order of the design;
4.3.2. the details of the design.
5. Computer Graphics: 5.1 the nature and use of computer graphics;
5.2. design graphics images with computer graphics.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 6. Fine geometry: projection methods: 6.1 6.1.1. understands the projection method, know, describes the projection practice drawing types, used them to install essential requirements and the importance of conformity with the essential requirements;
6.1.2. constructed space point projection on a plane, constructed of point central space, parallel and orthogonal projection onto the image plane to A 4 format pages;
6.2. aksonometrij: 6.2.1. know in drawing aksonometrisk building concepts and names, understand the nature of the distortion factor;
6.2.2. construct the image of point aksonometrisk;
6.2.3. determine the point coordinates and point aksonometrisk natural coordinates;
6.2.4. know the classification of aksonometrisk drawing distortion factors (ISO metrij, dimetrij, trimetrij) and after the projection direction (orthogonal, slīpleņķ);
6.2.5. the use in practice of pamatteorēm distortion coefficient aksonometrij;
6.2.6. constructed in orthogonal axes define the ISO distortion factors, run iesvītrojum in the cutting plane, draws space point orthogonal projection in the ISO, draws a circle orthogonal coordinates in any of the ISO of the planes;
6.2.7. the constructed axis of the frontal dimetrij, run iesvītrojum in the cutting plane, draws space projection of point dimetrij, frontal draws a circle in the dimetrij any frontal projection plane;
6.3. the package drawing: 6.3.1. point: 126.96.36.199. understands the complex nature of the drawing (definition, projection, name and designation of the planes, space, projection of point names and identification);
188.8.131.52. constructed in the corner and place the trīsplakņ point and its projection, extend the trīsplakņ corner of the same plane, create complex drawings given point a sharp and vehicles;
184.108.40.206. constructed space point complex drawing sharp and vehicles;
220.127.116.11. constructed space point projection, the projection of the point on the projection plane, the projection of the point on the projection axis, the point of the projection space, if they are located in one of bisektor planes;
18.104.22.168. use competing points for determination of the complex visibility in this drawing.
6.3.2. the line and straight: 22.214.171.124. understands the line formation, know the breakdown of the line (plane curves, curves);
126.96.36.199. constructs the cylindrical thread line complex drawing;
188.8.131.52. understands the line stāvotn room, reading the complex drawings;
184.108.40.206. constructed of different levels of stāvotņ line, slīpumleņķ to determine the projection planes and true length, determines which planes level without distortion of the displayed line;
220.127.116.11. constructed horizontally, front and profile of the line projicējoš;
18.104.22.168. constructed in different stāvotn will point towards straight;
22.214.171.124. constructed mutually parallel taišņ, the taišņ, the cross of the cross taišņ, taišņ of a plane perpendicular in relation to the different projection planes, follow their display characteristics;
6.3.3. surface: 126.96.36.199. know the surface formation, order and display concepts;
188.8.131.52. constructs the cylindrical and the prismatic surface determinants, and conical shape with a surface charge projection;
184.108.40.206. constructed rotating cylinder, cone, and viendobum the hiperboloīd projection;
220.127.116.11. constructed sphere, torus, and the projection of the ring;
6.3.4. the plane: 18.104.22.168. understands the plane formation and its projection;
22.214.171.124. constructed of General stāvotn the plane with any plane projection in charge;
126.96.36.199. constructed different levels of projicējoš and plane;
188.8.131.52. plot a straight and to the point in the plane;
184.108.40.206. constructed a variety of General stāvotn's plane and determine the slope α and β the angles of inclination of the plane taišņ;
220.127.116.11. plot a straight parallel current plane after the nosacīj ating complex drawing;
18.104.22.168. designed to give the plane perpendicular to the straight the complex drawing;
22.214.171.124. designed mutually parallel planes and perpendicular to plane of complex drawings.
7. Drawing: 7.1. Drawing basics: 7.1.1 correctly and rationally with the drafting of working equipment and tools, create and use drawing article graphics design, select and use a wide, prepare (A 4 and A 3 format) drawing sheets to work;
7.1.2. understands the importance of the rakstlaukum it correctly places the drawing page and executes, it performs the corresponding entries;
7.1.3. use line drawings known types, the correct graphic images;
7.1.4. know stitching construction conditions, constructed a narrow, straight and wide angle edge spans two circle stitching, straight and circle stitching;
7.1.5. divides the circle into several equal parts (3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12) with cirkuļ and triangles;
7.1.6. constructed straight down the slope, constructed conicity specified;
7.2. the package drawing: 7.2.1. views, cuts, slits: 126.96.36.199. know the names and general locations on drawings straight angle projection (European system), the main view, select check conditions of the necessary details of the number and contents of the view, correctly choosing the main view;
188.8.131.52. constructed of the orthogonal projection on the parts one, two, three or more projective planes;
184.108.40.206. know the simple cut of the breakdown of the stāvotn depending on the šķēlējplakn relative to the horizontal projection plane;
220.127.116.11. the right to choose, use and define the various simple cuts;
18.104.22.168. know the breakdown of the compound cut and designation;
22.214.171.124. use a step and cuts with broken or identifiable presented šķēlējplakn's stāvotn;
126.96.36.199. know the breakdown of section depending on the location of the intersection of figures in the drawings. Used to split equity and iznesto;
7.2.2. the size of deployment: 188.8.131.52. know the size breakdown;
184.108.40.206. properly deployed and conditional expressions in drawings;
7.2.3. thread: 220.127.116.11. know the breakdown of spiral, threaded surface formation and the profile of the main parameters;
18.104.22.168. read and display complex drawing metric cylindrical and cauruļvītn;
7.3. aksonometrij: 7.3.1. construction order: 22.214.171.124. knows the details of the design order aksonometrij;
126.96.36.199. know the construction sequence of the aksonometrij ceturtdaļgriezum;
7.3.2. construction details: 188.8.131.52. constructed ISO and frontal in parallelepiped shape dimetrij with details of the cuts;
184.108.40.206. constructed ISO in cylindrical parts with clippings;
220.127.116.11. constructed of izomerij or ceturtdaļgriezum in parallelepiped shape component scrap cilin with internal formations.
8. Computer Graphics: 8.1 the nature and use of computer graphics: 8.1.1. understanding the nature of computer graphics;
8.1.2. has studied the school available for computer programs;
8.2. graphical design with computer graphics: 8.2.1. using available computer programs, graphical design;
8.2.2. has won the picture of the machine design. Minister of education and science Rivž B Annex 31 cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 astronomy. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to develop student understanding of tea around the world outside the borders of the planet Earth, its spatial structure and development.
2. the subjects job is to create the opportunity for learners to: 2.1. to learn about the major astronomy and aerospace facts, concepts and patterns;
2.2. to learn and develop skills to use physics, mathematics and chemistry knowledge of astronomy question learning.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. introduction. General overview. Celestial spheres. Time count. Telescopes. Astronautics.
4. development of Astronomy: astronomy and the history of the world in Latvia; modern achievements; Latvian astronomical discoveries.
5. Solar System: structure, formation; planetary motion, the planet and the satellite system; celestial body of eclipses; comets, meteors and meteorites.
6. Stars: the Sun; Stellar characteristics and breakdown; evolution; change to stars and dubultzvaigzn.
7. The universe: structure; Galaxy; star clusters and nebulae; other galaxies.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 8. Introduction: 8.1. know and apply concepts: year, climax, astronomy, constellation, ecliptic, bar and summer time, the telescope;
8.2. know star radiance units, linear and angular distance units;
8.3. explaining the stars again displayed the spin causes the seasons and the Earth artificial satellites use;
5.2. adjustment of light years distance, given parseko arc degrees-minutes of arc and ARC unit-the time unit;
8.5. the calculation of the height of the lights lower and upper culmination, clock display in another time zone, if given in the Latvian zone;
8.6. determines which is the long years;
8.7. the calculation of the first and the second Cosmic Velocity on Earth.
9. the development of Astronomy: the Astronomical Observatory named 9.1. In Latvia, the direction, and most of the astronomers;
9.2. a major antique world know of les and medieval astronomers and Newton's contribution to the development of astronomy;
9.3. explain any astronomical phenomena could predict the ancient astronomers and astronomy as the changed tasks, introduction of the telescope;
9.4 explain the geocentric and heliocentrisk theory of planetary motion nature;
9.5. explain what changes occurred in astronomy, from the middle of the 20th century;
9.6. links the most important events in the history of astronomy to the general human history events.
10. Solar System: 10.1. know and apply the concepts: Earth, internal and outer planets, moon, elongācij, konjunkcij, opposition, Sun, little planet, Comet, meteors and meteorites;
10.2. the breakdown of the planet knows;
10.3. featuring planets, their moons and rings, physical conditions on the planet;
10.4. explain the tide and low tide, moon phases, solar and lunar eclipses;
10.5 named nine major planets;
10.6. calculations used Kepler law;
10.7. determine the planet's orbital period, if a given semi-major axis the orbital (and vice versa);
10.8. represents the position of the Moon relative to the Earth and the Sun in different phases.
11. Stars: 11.1. know and apply the concepts: the Sun, the star, Parallax, dubultzvaigzn;
11.2. represents the Sun, sun spots and solar activity periods.
11.3. explains the causes and incidence stars stars color with the temperature;
11.4. explain the star breakdown by their sizes and maiņzvaigžņ the reasons for the change in brightness;
11.5. describes the appearance of the Sun after several billion years ago;
11.6. explain the Hertzsprung Russell diagram;
7.3. determine the distance parseko, knowing the stars parallax (and vice versa).
12. The universe: 12.1. know and apply the concepts: galaxy cluster, nebulae, galaxies, quasars together;
12.2. what types of galaxies;
12.3. know Hubble's law of the wording;
12.4. explain why the distance between galaxies is increasing;
12.5. determine distance using Hubble's law, and knowing the speed of the Galaxy. Minister of education and science Rivž B 32. Annex Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 art history. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote learners in a positive and close links with the arts, encouraging the formation of moral concepts, attitudes and values, aesthetic experience, feel and taste.
2. Subject to: 2.1 provide an opportunity to think creatively and emotionally free and subjective perception of art, through the art of philosophy;
2.2. create a theoretical link with everyday life and personal experiences using imagination and fantasy;
2.3. to teach you to see the decisive events in history, which are important for the development of culture, featuring art and thus integrates the overall learning process;
2.4. developing the analytical capability of Orient art history according to the chosen learning content;
2.5. strengthening understanding of the art forms, genres, techniques and iconography, the art of language.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Man, art and art history.
4. the ancient Eastern art.
5. Vintage art.
6. The Byzantine and medieval art.
7. Renaissance art.
8. the 17 century art.
9.18 and 19th century art.
10. the art of the 20th century.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 11. Man, art and art history: 11.1. can you describe the art of the start, manual skills and creative abilities;
11.2. can you describe the functions of the various epochs of art;
11.3. understands the importance of historical chronology, and why write art history;
11.4. can speak out about the artwork, and choose to base the like or dislike;
11.5. the different ways and different art genres;
11.6. know how to characterize and identify the different art techniques.
12. Ancient Eastern art: 12.1. can describe the ancient Oriental art of originality, importance to the development of European art;
12.2. the understanding of the faith, and artistic canons relationships;
12.3. can you describe the nation's spirit in expression of art;
12.4. know the old testament scenes, which are the most popular art in later centuries;
12.5. distinguish between ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia art;
12.6. the nature of the substance of the canons in pr;
12.7. can find manifestations of the impact later in the development of art using a variety of images of works of art;
12.8. know how to describe the life of a ciļņo episode, compare it with a similar episode of life today, using a variety of literature sources.
13. Vintage art: 13.1. experienced the Mediterranean basin varied art;
13.2. understands the importance of perception of the world and expressive works of art;
13.3. know Greek art formation and inspiration;
13.4. can you describe the practical, constructive and aesthetic synthesis of the various works of art;
13.5. understands the difference between construction techniques in Greece and the Roman Empire;
13.6. understands the early spread of Christianity and the new art of formation conditions;
8.5. the different variety of ceramic dishes according to their form and use.
13.8. can you describe the order and meaning of architecture later in the century architecture;
13.9. know how to discern the various sculptural examples of ideal and psychologically rich forms;
13.10. compare the Hellenistic and the Italian Renaissance sculpture;
13.11. know how to find and describe a variety of antique art manifestations in early Christian art.
14. The Byzantine and medieval art: 14.1 knows the Byzantine building, the Basilica's Genesis;
14.2. understands the antique art tradition would be entering in Europe;
14.3. understands the tile development of mastery and meaning;
14.4. can you describe the importance of the abbey art development;
14.5. know about the production code;
14.6. know Gothic associated system achieved;
14.7. know the common symbols and images, their reflection in art;
14.8. understands the craftsman becoming the creative process;
9.3. can distinguish the Centre of bazilikāl construction facilities;
14.10. can you describe the mosaic and stained glass;
14.11. can you describe the specifics of the Romanesque;
14.12. able to explain the basic principles of Gothic architecture;
14.13. can you describe the common German and Latvian architecture;
14.14. able to characterize the medieval architectural tradition continued later in the century the shipbuilding sector;
14.15. know how to write a description of the antique and medieval tradition of expression 13. century and the beginning of the last century 14 art.
15. Renaissance art: 15.1 understands the Renaissance as a period of new perceptions of the world;
15.2. can you describe the specifics of the Renaissance in the Netherlands, Italy and Germany;
15.3. to understand ancient art revival of new quality;
15.4. the nature of the common ancient Mon and Renaissance architecture;
15.5. understands the reality display problems and new tasks;
15.6. understands the differences between two-dimensional and three-dimensional world perception and its reflection in art;
15.7. know the basic principles of engineering prints;
15.8. understand scientific and theoretical studies Anatomy, architecture and painting techniques;
15.9. understand the Pope's influence on the Arts patron;
15.10. to understand the Renaissance features and causes of decline;
15.11. can distinguish between 13-14 century artworks from 15-16 century art;
15.12. analyse the composition and the expression of the painting;
15.13. tempera and characterises oil painting techniques;
15.14. know how to judge the plot and genre;
15.15. can explain the differences between the Italian and Dutch art;
No 15.16. compare van and Holbein, Dürer's Eca and Krānah art;
15.17. can you describe the difference between Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo's work.
16.17-century art: 16.1. understands the Baroque as an art style;
16.2. understands the art of synthesis of the Baroque ansambļo;
16.3. know Bernini main works of architecture and sculpture;
16.4. know Rubens, Dyck and Velaskēz work;
16.5. understands the nature of art in protestantisk lands;
16.6. the nature of Vermeer's use of perspective works;
16.7. understands the difference between realism and classical period;
16.8. can you describe the difference between Baroque and Renaissance painting;
10.5. can explain the techniques with which the Baroque art is made of painterly sculpture and painting of tēlniecisk effect;
16.10. can distinguish Rubens, van Dyck, Rembrandt and Hals, Velaskēz, Vermeer;
16.11 compare beam display techniques and Rembrandt Vermeer works;
16.12. can be found in modern painting, which can be seen directly in parallel with different 17-century works of art.
17.18 and 19th century art: 17.1. know Rococo characteristics;
17.2. describes the differences between neoclassicism and romanticism;
17.3. understands the causes of the emergence of romanticism;
17.4. Géricault and Delacroix knows the basics of work;
10.9. character of the realism Šardēn;
10.9. can you describe the art of the 18th century in England;
17.7. know how to characterize the art of the 18th century in Germany;
11.1. can you describe the formation conditions of Impressionism;
11.1. analyse Me, Monet, Degas, Renoir, Pisar and Sislej expressions used by the funds;
17.10. featuring the local color, use the popularity of different centuries;
17.11. featuring vato, Bush and Fragonār work;
17.12. know how to write a review about some of today's art style of Diderot;
17.13. can distinguish familiar Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and the classical realism art;
17.14. can you describe the style characteristics of unfamiliar works;
17.15. know how to explain the warm and cool color of Impressionist painting techniques for using;
17.16. can you describe the Impressionist and postimpresionism differences;
17.17. know how to find a story, and the expression techniques of the parallels between Cezanne, van Gogh, Gauguin and the previous century painter.
18. the art of the 20th century: 18.1 know modern art production conditions;
18.2. featuring art nouveau;
18.3. describe Cubism art;
18.4. know content, Expressionism and dadaism manifests;
18.5. characterized by surrealism;
18.6. the nature of abstract art as a new form of expression;
11.6. understands the value and importance of art in human life;
12.8. know how to describe the direction of diversity.
11.7. can find common to all classical modernist direction;
18.10. can create a narrative account of the basic principles of classical modernist art in use today;
18.11. can explain the patterns between the public, the environment, world view and artistic expression. Minister of education and science Rivž 33. B. Annex Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 Visual Arts. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to harmoniously developed personality with active cultural, ethical, aesthetic, appraising the validity of treatment, environmental culture, the different types of art, against fellow human beings and their activities.
2. Subject's task is to create the learner the option: 2.1. improve knowledge of Visual art and language skills to use;
2.2. to improve knowledge of the environment in relation to the different forms and used for the purposes of image language of the environmental organization and planning experience;
2.3. to perceive, analyze, and evaluate the imaginative Visual art language speech, interpret and explain its meaning;
2.4. build an artistic creative activity experience, understanding and using diverse image of language;
2.5. developing aesthetic and artistic tastes, creating aesthetic ideals and evaluation criteria.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Visual Arts language: 3.1 Visual Arts language structure, its elements and their organizing principles;
3.2. Visual arts techniques and artistic language learning to use.
4. Visual Arts social communicative function: 4.1 content design, types and uses;
4.2. satire, comic, illustration;
4.3. the fine art.
5. Visual Arts practical function: 5.1. Interior design;
5.2. the environmental design;
5.3. the fine arts and industrial design.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 6. Visual Arts: Visual Art 6.1 language structure, its elements and their organizing principles: 6.1.1. understands the basic principles of composition, rhythm, unity-dominante, accent, background, balance, contrast, symmetry, asymmetry, dynamics, ratio, economy;
6.1.2. by understanding the basic principles used in compositions-unity, Cadence, dominant, accent, background, balance, contrast, symmetry, asymmetry, dynamics, ratio, economy;
6.1.3. the experience of imagining different compositions, imagination to transform;
6.2 Visual arts techniques and artistic language learning: 6.2.1. express their ideas can to the line, color, shape, texture and dark-light relationship;
6.2.2. know how to build a creative work in two and three dimensions;
6.2.3. able to improvise with the Visual Arts language.
7. Visual Arts social communicative function: 7.1 informational design, types and usage options: 7.1.1 can operate in different communication design techniques;
7.1.2. have the experience to deal with color theory and color symbolism, psihofizi logical problems exposure and image design;
7.1.3. have the experience to address the image of conditionality, abstraction, stilizācij problems;
7.1.4. can use a variety of techniques for the solution of the space plane;
7.1.5. able to analyze and evaluate different types of information design environment and images;
7.1.6. ability to generate ideas for information design;
7.1.7. is an independent and critical attitude towards Visual communication style and content;
7.2. the cartoon, comic, illustration: 7.2.1. familiar with different materials, different work techniques;
7.2.2. know how to grasp and emphasize the essential characteristic, whimsical, the Visual image, nature, residential situations, policies;
7.2.3. is experience use bounce, stilizācij, deformation, Paradox, a comparison of their ideas, developing a sense of humor;
7.2.4. the experience of perceiving a work of art's subtext and meaning;
7.2.5. able to illustrate its title;
7.2.6. is experience to compose and draw a cartoon about political, economic, residential theme;
7.3. fine art: 7.3.1. pr in a graphic technique to solve the current problems in society, learning and respecting the specific features of the easel;
7.3.2. know how to organize the plane Visual Arts elements, including a short composition of text and numbers;
7.3.3. has experience with thematic painting compositions help to express ideas;
7.3.4. is emotionally appraising treatment problems of society;
7.3.5. have the experience to turn the momentum of reality in art image with imagination, intuition and creative thinking.
8. Visual Arts practical function: interior design: 8.1 8.1.1. is responsible for himself and the nearby Latvia has developed environmental culture, the need for beautiful around him;
8.1.2. have an understanding of the design, the desire to be an interior decorator and architect work decent user;
8.1.3. can organize by different compositions fundamentals Interior compositions elements-main color, generating ideas color theme options indoors with a specific function;
8.1.4. know how to design a simple realistic mock-up of space and its elements;
8.1.5. is experience to improvise;
8.2. the environmental design: 8.2.1. know how to draw a plan for specific areas to specific items, subject to the basic principles of environmental planning;
8.2.2. have experience to perceive the environment and actively imagining its conversion capabilities;
8.3. the fine arts and industrial design: 8.3.1. have experience in practice use knowledge about any kind of applied arts;
8.3.2. know how to use the knowledge gained on the subject function of the dominant role of the shapes and colors of the design;
8.3.3. able to analyze and evaluate folk art and works of applied art, industrial and fashion design samples;
8.3.4. have the experience to develop and implement ideas, to design the design of the objects. Minister of education and Science (B). Rivž. 34 of the annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 of Commerce (Honours) from. General secondary education subject standard I. the purpose of the subjects and tasks 1. Subject aims to promote socially active and educated personality formation that understands the economy of macroeconomic theory, processes and tasks in your site.
2. the subjects job is to create the opportunity for trainees to acquire systematic 2.1: knowledge of the business environment in Latvia and its sustainable development opportunities;
2.2. create awareness of socio-economic impacts on the natural environment, human economic activities impact on the quality of the environment;
2.3. develop learning skills;
2.4. to develop the skill to acquire, test, analyze, evaluate, and use information from a variety of sources of information;
2.5. to develop the ability to use the acquired knowledge in practice, developing project work;
2.6. generate the motivation professional career choice.
II. minimum content of subjects 3. Commercial activity.
5. Marketing (marketing).
6. Introduction to law.
7. Strengthen management (management).
8. Business etiquette.
9. Record keeping.
III. Essential subject learning, finally 12. class 10. Commercial activity: 10.1 knows commercial themes and ideas;
10.2. business registration procedures knows, and company start-up necessary documents;
10.3. know the basic principles of creating a business plan;
10.4. you know the conditions for the success of the company;
10.5. know the sustainable development principles and barriers;
10.6. know the importance of the company's audit;
10.7. knows business and winding-up proceedings;
10.8. inspired laws that determine the ability to engage in commercial activity in Latvia;
10.9. Basic and analyzes the company's business principles, auditing, business disruption and understands the winding-up proceedings;
10.10. explains the importance of insurance;
10.11. draw up a business plan.
11. Accounting: 11.1 know accounting documentation;
11.2. know the types of investments: investment for the long term, investment in intangible assets, long-term investment in intangible assets;
11.3. know working capital: stocks, bonds, cash;
11.4. know the difference between customer and vendor;
11.5. know balance sheet principles: balance, balance of basic assets, balance sheet, balance sheet items liabilities, balance sheet accounts;
11.6. know the basic principles of accounting posting;
7.3. aware of the financial and management accounting documentation;
11.8. describe accounting object content and account correspondence;
7.4. the balance sheet and clear operations account system;
11.10. the importance of clear accounting of the companies financial condition assessment;
11.11. draw up a schematic of the balance sheet and use the chart of accounts.
11.12. filling in and read basic accounting records and forms;
11.13. describe the accounting management in the company;
11.14. the production cost calculations and analysis.
12. Marketing (marketing): 12.1. know market types and their classification in marketing;
12.2. know the buyer and consumer needs, desires, needs and motivations;
12.3. know qualitative and quantitative marketing objectives, tasks, functions;
12.4. know the marketing efforts of the complex (mix) the key elements;
5. know the main marketing concepts (production, trade, sales, buyer, intensification of socio-ethical);
12.6. know marketing environment (external, internal, market environment);
12.7. know the characteristics of the goods and services;
12.8. know market principles;
12.9. know the difference between the wholesale and retail trade;
12.10. the buyer knows the general pattern of conduct and factors that affect it;
12.11. know market research key links and methods;
12.12. the targeting of goods the way you know the market;
12.13. the basic essence of marketing;
12.14. explains the differences between the customer and the consumer;
12.15. can act as the municipal eco-friendly consumers;
12.16. the basic structure of the key elements of the marketing interactions;
12.17. analyse practical examples and characteristics determined by the marketing concept used;
12.18. evaluate and justify the marketing environment: external, internal, market;
12.19. describe main market types, their advantages and disadvantages;
12.20. the life stages determined that contains the item;
12.21. draw up a questionnaire, do a little market research and data processing;
12.22. choose specific market relevant segmentation;
12.23. self-promotion of products or services;
1.13. running a command in the different project phases.
13. Introduction to law: 13.1. know the concept of the "right";
13.2. know the legislature authority duties and powers;
13.3. know and rest time is used;
8.3. know pay;
13.5. the rules, know the recruitment of women, young people;
13.6. the legal transaction to know;
8.5. know and bezlīgum of the contract obligations;
13.8. knows the concept of international law;
13.9. know the Court levels;
13.10. know the difference between administrative and criminal proceedings;
13.11. the basic principles of civil law knows (marriage contracts, family law, inheritance law, the mandate of the law, property law, contract law);
13.12. explains the concept of the rights and obligations of the institution and the legislative powers;
13.13. the analyses of the worker and the employer's legal relations;
13.14. draw up model contracts;
1.15 p.m.. agree and presented in the legal transaction;
13.16. working mode according to the requirements of the law;
13.17. explains and analyzes the competition law;
13.18. describes the type and nature of civil law;
13.19. able to orient our national environmental protection legislation;
13.20. explains consumer rights;
13.21. explains the role of international law and special features;
13.22. explains and analyzes the role and tasks of the Arbitration Board;
13.23. understands the power of use conditions.
14. Strengthen management (management): 14.1. know the basic features of the management;
14.2. knows the environment, the hierarchy of objectives;
14.3. the substance of the communications management know;
14.4. knows cycles and the decision factors;
14. know the organizational structure (advantages, disadvantages);
14.6. the centralised and decentralised knows the advantages and disadvantages of the Organization;
14.7. knows motivating employees;
14.8. know conflict resolution;
9.3. the basic management role, and key concepts;
14.10. the distinction between the marketing environment and management operating environment; 14.11. describe the major functions of management and operations of the company;
14.12. upon the establishment of the information given, the organisational structure of the company;
14.13. know how to prepare for a job interview;
14.14. able to interview and behave during the interview;
14.15. sees the benefits of planning and the need to draw up a simple plan and;
14.16. describe the nature of the decision-making process;
14.17. different concept of "can" and "powers" use situation;
14.18. assessment and argues Central and decentralised organisations strengths and weaknesses;
14.19. offering original solutions for the type of control to use in different situations;
14.20. organizes and conducts the meeting;
14.21. working in various roles in the project's work.
15. in the label Business: 15.1 knows the concept of applied labels;
15.2. know the rules for creating a business card;
15.3. know the writing rules of invitation;
15.4. the types of adoption, knows the holiday organizing principles;
15.5. knows the Visual image;
15.6. to know the behavior of the label;
15.7. the importance of clear labels for human communication;
15.8. using different types of cards in their respective situations;
15.9. designs and writes invitations;
15.10. choosing a gift according to the situation;
15.11. writes the scenario of the event;
15.12. evaluate the importance of the Visual image communication, the knowledge gained is used in various situations;
15.13. model your behavior in various situations, explains its ethical and social themes;
15.14. choose table mat type according to the objectives and focus of the event table in the Protocol;
15.15. based and promote environmentally friendly behavior compliance;
No 15.16. explains the objectives and diplomatic protocol.
16. Record keeping: 16.1. filing regulatory documents knows;
16.2. the distribution of documents to know design principles;
16.3. know more usable document, the breakdown of the drawing up and presentation of the content;
16.4. know Archive document storage classification;
16.5. to distinguish the different pr documentation system and the types of documents;
16.6. in the various documents and know it;
10.4. the precise requirements of the law in accordance with the content of the document;
16.8. dial personāldokument;
16.9. using knowledge Archive document storage, accounting, conservation and use. Minister of education and science b. Rivž 35. Annex Cabinet 7 august 2007 the Regulation No 544 Student evaluation of learning outcomes in 10 balls scale 1. Learning outcomes assessment 10 balls scale consists of the following criteria: 1. the resulting knowledge volume and quality;
1.2. the skills and skill.
2. Student Learning outcomes subject expressed in 10 balls scale (10-"excellent", "good", 9-8-"very good", 7 – "good", "good" 6-almost, "mediocre", 5-4-"almost mediocre", 3-"weak", 2 — "very weak" 1-"very, very weak"). During the investigation, in which it is not possible to assess learning achievements 10 balls scale, educator training achievements be judged by "the count" or "not counted".
3. in determining the rating criteria of the scale, 10 ball are evaluated as a whole: 3.1 9 and 10 Ballroom learner obtained if: 3.1.1 have mastered knowledge and skills at a level that the teaching content of perception, remember, reproduces, in their understanding, as well as the ability to independently use learning new knowledge and creative challenges;
3.1.2. can solve various problems, see, and explain the relationship of force;
3.1.3. able to independently express their views, to define assessment criteria that predict effects;
3.1.4. know how to respect and appreciate the different views, promote cooperation in teaching problem solving;
3.2.6, 7 and 8 Ballroom where the learner acquires: 3.2.1. ability to replicate learning content in full, their understanding, see patterns and problems, different relevant from a minor;
3.2.2. know how to use knowledge and skills by example, analogy or familiar situation, make a model and combined training tasks;
3.2.3. the content of the basic subjects is a personal attitude findings;
3.2.4. has acquired develop cooperation and communication skills;
3.3.4 and 5 of the Ballroom where the learner acquires: 3.3.1 is experienced the specified training content, able to distinguish the important from the unimportant, knows and can define concepts, key laws, may formulate provisions addressing recognition typical tasks;
3.3.2. the content of the subjects set out in sufficiently clear and understandable;
3.3.3. exercises use traditional cognitive methods, follow the instructions of the teacher;
3.3.4. cooperation and communication has mastered skills;
3.4. Ballroom 1, 2 and 3, if the learner acquires: 3.4.1. ability to perceive only the contents of the training and to recognize, but remembers and reproduces an insufficient volume of exploitable content (less than 50%), perform primitive tasks only after a well-known situation, no errors performs only part of the task;
3.4.2. training content outline, but others do not understand, the essential difference from the rare least important.
4. Student Learning outcomes assessment in subjects in 10 balls scale according to these rules, subject to a standard, as well as subjects for a particular class in more detail down the subject teacher. Minister of education and science Rivž of B.
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