(a) Solve simple problems involving (average) speed, distance and time.
(b) Solve problems involving density, mass and volume (which could include volumes of prisms and cuboids).
(c) Solve more complex problems involving speed, distance and time, including with multiple phases of a journey, or an algebraic element.
Simple progressive questions on compound measures. As an extension I would ask pupils to develop their own formula triangles to represent the relationships between: Beats Per Minute, Miles per Gallon, Grams per CMcubed and Pay per Hour.
Power Point presentation, 24 slides, Explaining with examples how to use the distributive law to expand brackets., based on IGCSE Extended level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlTkdsR0RDM0kyUTg/view?usp=sharing
This task differentiates learning by giving keener students the chance to show their understanding by doing fewer (but more challenging) problems. For grading students work, I usually give "all the points" or "half the points" for a partially correct solution. You could break it into quarters if you need to be more specific :)
You can edit the .docx version to suit your specific class needs. This makes a great exam review, even if you don't wish to use it for evaluation purposes!
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