Please watch the video lesson Basic Trigonometry (19:27), print off the lesson notes, work through the associated exercise and self-mark from the solutions provided.

We will begin by studying Pythagoras Theorem to which you will have been introduced back in Year 9.

Monday & Tuesday

Pythagoras Theorem

Please watch the video lesson Pythagoras Theorem (13:04), print off the lesson notes, work through the associated exercise and self-mark from the solutions provided.

Do the questions in your exercise book and email me your numerical answers by Saturday. There are 7 questions to do but you should have 10 answers because a couple of questions have multiple parts. I will post up solutions once you have all submitted your answers.

A look at arithmetic in different bases together with an exploration of imperial units. These topics are no longer on the GCSE syllabus but students must be able to perform arithmetic operations with times. For example, subtracting one 24-hour clock time from another or converting minutes into a fraction of an hour.

Professor Stephen Chew is a cognitive psychologist from Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama. In 2011, he recorded five short videos (each 5 - 9 minutes long) to help students become more effective learners. They contain a whole range of dos and don'ts together with practical suggestions you can adopt to improve your learning. Below are direct links to each video. As an alternative you can log on to Youtube and type in 'Stephen Chew'

Professor Stephen Chew is a cognitive psychologist from Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama. In 2011, he recorded five short videos (each 5 - 9 minutes long) to help students become more effective learners. They contain a whole range of dos and don'ts together with practical suggestions you can adopt to improve your learning. Below are direct links to each video. As an alternative you can log on to Youtube and type in 'Stephen Chew'