Learning Objectives:- How to generate a Vector, and Add and Subtract vectors Consider transformations rotation, reflection, translation and enlargement (including fractional scale factors)
Learning Objectives:- • Identify the properties of 3D shapes including cubes, cuboids, cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres. • Know and apply formulae to calculate volumes of cuboids and other right prisms (including cylinders) • Calculate the surface area of spheres, pyramids, cones and composite solids.
I am going to UNPACK these Maths Problems! To effectively solve problems in mathematics, and for you to get all of the ‘P’ marks in the exam, you will need to UNPACK the questions. This work booklet shows students how to ensure that they get the full marks when tackling problems solving questions in the exam. By following the UNPACK rules below, it will enable you to ensure that you get the full-marks for all problem-solving questions: - Underline important information in the question Understand what the question is asking me What maths Processes will I be using? My Answer in the question Have I Checked my work? I Know my answer makes sense
Learning Objectives:- o Add and subtract fractions including improper fractions and mixed numbers. o Multiply and Divide fractions
Learning Objectives:- Simplify algebraic expressions by collecting like terms (adding and subtracting) Expanding brackets Take out common factors to factorise Factorising and expanding quadratics
Learning Objectives:-‐ Construct and interpret cumulative frequency diagrams (for grouped discrete as well as continuous data) Interpret and construct box plots Use measures of central tendency and measures of spread to interpret, analyse and compare the distributions of data sets
Learning Objectives:- Construct and interpret histograms with equal class widths (for grouped discrete as well as continuous data) Construct and interpret histograms with unequal class widths (for grouped discrete as well as continuous data)
Learning Objectives:-‐ • Describe the probability of an event occurring using probability words • Use a probability scale • Theoretical Probability and Mutually exclusive events • Relative frequency • Enumerate sets and combinations of sets systematically, using tables and grids • Record, describe and analyse the frequency of outcomes of probability experiments using tables and frequency tress (probabilities as fractions, decimals or percentages) • Enumerate sets and combinations of sets systematically, using Venn Diagrams
Learning Objectives:- Know and use trigonometric ratios for right-angled triangle to:- Find the length of a missing side Find the size of a missing angle
Units of work for use with Key Stage 3 (or low-ability KS4) to boost basic mathematical and numeracy skills. Ideal for using in small groups or for intervention work. Section 1: Number Section 2: Mental Methods 1 Section 3: Mental Methods 2 Section 4: Square and Square roots Section 5: Number Patterns Section 6: Negative Numbers Section 7: Fractions Section 8: Perimeter, Area and Volume Section 9: Basic Probability Section 10: Ratio and Proportion Section 11: Averages Section 12: Types of Data and Representation
Learning Objectives:- Derive and apply properties of polygons (and know their names) Correctly use geometrical terms, label triangle sides and angles and draw diagrams from written descriptions Calculate interior and exterior angles in regular polygons Identify lines or symmetry and rotational symmetry order
Learning Objectives:- • Recognising place value • Ordering whole numbers • Recall all positive integer complements to 100 • Understanding place value and round to a given power of 10 • Round to the nearest integer • Round to a given number of decimal places • Estimate answers to problems involving decimals • Round a number to one significant figure
Learning Objectives:- • Solve linear equations with one unknown on one side • Derive equations from geometric and other forms of problem • Solve two linear simultaneous equations in two variables algebraically
Learning Objectives:- Simplify expressions involving sums, products and powers, including using index laws Calculate with negative and fractional indices
Learning Objectives:- Be able to name and draw horizontal and vertical equations Be able to draw an equation onto axis using the table method Identify and interpret gradients and intercepts of linear functions, both algebraically and graphically.