Video Solutions:

Video Solutions:

All Vectors Questions Q1 - Q10

**Lessons Mon & Tue:**

Revision of:

- Frequency polygons
- Pictograms
- Stem leaf
- Box Whisker
- Histograms
- Cumulative frequency
- Estimating Mean

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to solve a pair of linear simultaneous equations.

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Complete the square for ax
^{2}+ bx +c - Identify line of symmetry of graph
- Identify minimum point of graph

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to solve quadratic equations by using the quadratic formula.

Home Support: TheMathsTeacher HA7

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to solve quadratic equations with a single x^{2} term by factorising.

Home Support: TheMathsTeacher HA2

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to problem solve with volumes and surface areas of:

- Cones.
- Spheres.
- Cylinders.
- Prisms.

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to calculate the volume of:

- cylinders
- cones
- spheres
- pyramids
- frustums

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to access Pinpoint to record exam scores and generate personalised revision resources.

**Lesson Objective (from Monday):**

To be able to rearrange formulae.

Home Support: themathsteacher HA5 Rearranging Formulae

**For test tomorrow review:**

Mixed Number Arithmetic

Surds

Probability

Recurring Decimals

Area of Compound Shapes

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Identify congruent triangles by SSS, SAS, AAS, RHS.
- Convert a recurring decimal to a fraction.

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Identify corresponding ratios in similar figures
- Length a : b
- Area a
^{2}: b^{2} - Volume a
^{3 }: b^{3}

- Solve problems based on similar figures

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Apply the 8 rules of indices.
- Solve similar triangle problems.

A mixed lesson - some indices revision to help with weekly homework worksheet and further work with similar triangles.

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to calculate unknown sides when given similar triangles.

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to solve problems based on compound measures.

Work through Exercise 22.1A

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- State the compound measures:
- Speed = Distance / Time
- Density = Mass / Volume
- Pressure = Force / Area

- Rearrange the compound measure formulae above.
- Solve problems requiring use of these formulae.

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Solve problems based on upper and lower bounds.
- Solve linear equations

Recap of linear equations to help with weekly worksheet.

Lesson Objectives:

To be able to:

- Identify upper and lower bounds for a quantity specified to a given degree of accuracy.
- Use upper and lower bounds to calculate maximum and minimum values of compound quantities.

Lesson Objective:

To be able to problem solve with particular reference to cyclic quadrilaterals.

Here is the GCSE Higher Tier Scheme of Work for both Year 10 and Year 11.

Though the cover page mentions 2015 and 2016, the scheme is up to date for 2017.

**Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- State the 3 important properties of circles and the 5 circle theorems
- Use these properties and theorems to solve circle problems

After Wednesday's introduction to the circle you should have explored the Geogebra circle theorem animations and printed off the circle theorem summary.

Your finalised exam dates for next summer are as follows:

Paper 1 Non-calculator Thursday 24 May am

Paper 2 Calculator Thursday 7 June am

Paper 3 Calculator Tuesday 12 June am

Each paper lasts 1 hour 30 minutes and is marked out of 80.

For tomorrow please complete the three questions you copied from the boards.

For Friday 6 October, please complete this Rearranging Formulae exercise and self mark from the solutions provided.

For next Monday 25 September, please complete and hand in Rules of Indices

Please complete the first 4 questions from Exercise 22.1A for next Tuesday 19 September.

The questions have been scanned and emailed to you in a class email.

Please print off and complete Linear Equations 1 for Monday 18 September.

For most of this term you will have a weekly worksheet to complete and hand in on a Monday. I will mark and return it to you the following Friday.

For Monday 11 September, please complete the 12 circle problems you were working on in class. A scan of them has been emailed to you.

You had the opportunity to watch these videos last September. However, I believe you need to watch them more than once to take all the advice on board.

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'

How to get the most out of studying (Part 1) (6:54)

How to get the most out of studying (Part 2) (7:15)

How to get the most out of studying (Part 3) (5:46)