**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Nov 2018 Paper 3H

**Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Lessons:**

General Revision

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Nov 2018 Paper 3H

**Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Lessons:**

General Revision

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Assorted Revision Questions

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Do Nov 2018 Paper 3H

Finish for homework

**Thursday Lesson:**

Review of Nov 2018 Paper 2H

**Monday Lesson:**

Revision - Sim Figures - Trig Ratios - Compound Interest

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Review of Nov 2018 Paper 1H

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Composite & Inverse Functions

Composite & Inverse Functions Worksheet

Composite & Inverse Functions Solutions

Manipulating Indices

**Thursday Lesson:**

Nov 2018 Paper 2H

Finish for homework

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Upper Bounds and Lower Bounds

Upper Bounds and Lower Bounds Worksheet

Upper Bounds and Lower Bounds Solutions

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Review of Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations

**Thursday Lesson:**

Review of Surds

**Monday Lesson:**

Compound Measures

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Density

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Density and Bounds

**Thursday Lesson:**

Cancelled for Blue Caterpillar

**Monday Lesson:**

Grouped Data

Grouped Data Worksheet Solutions

**Tuesday & Wednesday Lessons:**

Conditional Probability

Conditional Probability Worksheet

Conditional Probability Worksheet Solutions

**Thursday Lesson:**

Trapezium Rule

**Monday Lesson:**

Elevations

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Compound Interest & Depreciation

Roots of Equations by Iteration

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Review Indices - Algebraic Fractions - Standard Form

Finish Standard Form worksheet for homework.

**Thursday Lesson:**

Review - The Mean

**Monday Lesson:**

Surface Area & Volume

**Tuesday Lesson:**

2D Trig Problems

**Wednesday Lesson:**

3D Trig Problems

**Thursday Lesson:**

Exponential Growth and Decay

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Mock 4 Papers

Mock 4 Paper 1 Questions | Mock 4 Paper 1 Solutions |

Mock 4 Paper 2 Questions | Mock 4 Paper 2 Solutions |

Mock 4 Paper 3 Questions | Mock 4 Paper 3 Solutions |

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Geometric Constructions & Loci

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Review of Indices

Review of Graphs

Graphs of Trigonometric Functions

**Thursday Lesson:**

Tables of Values - 3D Figures

The dates for your exams this summer are as follows:

Paper | Type | Code | Date | Session |

Paper 1 | Non-Calculator | 1MA1 1H | Tue 21 May | AM |

Paper 2 | Calculator | 1MA1 2H | Thu 06 June | AM |

Paper 3 | Calculator | 1MA1 3H | Tue 11 June | AM |

These dates are final and will not be changed.

Higher Tier Grade Boundaries (out of 240 possible marks):

Sitting | Grade 9 | Grade 8 | Grade 7 | Grade 6 | Grade 5 | Grade 4 | Grade 3 |

Jun 2017 | 190 | 157 | 124 | 96 | 68 | 41 | 27 |

Nov 2017 | 189 | 150 | 112 | 85 | 58 | 32 | 19 |

Jun 2018 | 202 | 170 | 139 | 109 | 79 | 50 | 35 |

Nov 2018 | 194 | 159 | 125 | 95 | 66 | 37 | 22 |

These are the higher tier grade boundaries for the first four sittings of the new Edexcel GCSE Maths. The first two sets of exams were not at all popular with students but the June 2018 exams were viewed as more reasonable. The grade boundaries were higher but students felt they had more opportunity to demonstrate their skills and knowledge.

**Monday Lesson:**

Review Ratio Problems

Review Quadratic Sequences

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Circle Theorem Proofs

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Revision For Mock 4 Exams

**Thursday Lesson:**

Algebraic Fraction Equations

Algebraic Fraction Equations Questions

Algebraic Fraction Equations Solutions

Algebraic Proof

**Monday Lesson:**

Quadratic Graph Used to Solve Any Quadratic Equation

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Vectors

Review of GCSE Vectors

All Vectors Questions Q1 - Q10

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Composite Functions

**Thursday Lesson:**

Ratio Problems

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Jun 17 Paper 3H

Jun 17 Paper 3H Question Paper

Class Results: 1x8, 6x7, 12x6, 8x5, 4x4

Class Average: Grade 6.3

Rearranging Formulae

Rearranging Formulae Lesson Notes

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Review of Inequalities - Linear, Quadratic and Graphical

Lesson Notes - Linear and Quadratic

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Review of Bounds

Identifying Linear Functions From Their Graphs

**Thursday Lesson:**

Cancelled - Year 11 6th Form Taster Day

Somehow we have got to stop making the same mistakes on successive exam papers. Perhaps you are just weary of doing paper after paper. We will take a break from doing exam papers and concentrate on learning over the next three weeks leading up to your second set of mocks.

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Jun 17 Paper 2H

Jun 17 Paper 2H Question Paper

Class Results: 4x8, 11x7, 8x6, 5x5, 3x4

Class Average: Grade 6.7

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Linear Simultaneous Equations

Linear Simultaneous Equations Exam Questions

Linear Simultaneous Equations Solutions

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Areas of Sectors and Segments

Begin Jun 17 Paper 3H

**Thursday Lesson:**

Complete Jun 17 Paper 3H

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Jun 17 Paper 1H

Jun 17 Paper 1H Question Paper

Class Results: 2x8, 7x7, 8x6, 6x5, 6x4, 2x3

Class Average: Grade 6.2

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations

GCSE exam questions are most likely on Quadratic/Linear or Circle/Linear combinations

Video Lesson H8 at TheMathsTeacher.com

**Wednesday & Thursday Lessons:**

Complete June 2017 Paper 2H

**Monday Lesson:**

Iteration

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Equation of a Straight Line

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

**Thursday Lesson:**

Complete June 2017 Paper 1H

**Monday Lesson:**

Sine and Cosine Rule Problem Solving

Sine and Cosine Rule Problem Solving Questions

Sine and Cosine Rule Problem Solving Solutions

**Tuesday & Wednesday Lessons:**

Ratio Problem Solving

Ratio Problem Solving Questions

Ratio Problem Solving Solutions

**Thursday Lesson:**

Circle Theorem Problem Solving

**Monday & Tuesday Lessons:**

Review of June 2018 Papers

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Review of Trigonometry

**Thursday Lesson:**

Pythagoras & Trigonometry Problems

**Monday Lesson:**

Linear Equations Involving Fractions

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Factorising Quadratics & Quadratic Sequences

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Simplifying Algebraic Fractions

Density

**Thursday Lesson:**

Venn Diagrams

**Monday Lesson:**

Revision - Trigonometry

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Revision - Standard Form - Bounds - Trapezium Rule

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Revision - Iteration - Congruency - Boxplots

**Thursday Lesson:**

Questions from Jun 2008 Higher Tier Paper 3

**Monday Lesson:**

Revision - HCF/LCM - Algebraic Inequalities - Expanding Trinomials

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Revision - Number of ways - Capture / Recapture - Venn Diagrams

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Revision - Polygons

**Thursday Lesson:**

Discussion about A-level Maths and Further Maths

**Monday Lesson:**

In Mr Smith's absence work on Circle Theorems:

Pink Textbook Exercises 11.3S1 and 11.3S2

**Tuesday Lesson:**

In Mr Smith's absence work on Roots, Indices and Exact Calculations:

Pink Textbook Exercises 17.1A and 17.2S

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Revision of Algebraic Proof an Quadratic Sequences

**Thursday Lesson:**

Revision of all types of factorising

Paper 1 (Non Calc) Tuesday 20 November at 8.45 am.

Paper 2 (Calculator) Thursday 22 November at 8.45 am.

Paper 3 (Calculator) Monday 26 November at 8.45 am.

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of Mock 3 Paper 3

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Introduction to Pinpoint

Enter data for the 3 Mock 3 papers

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Revision 1:

- Proportion in Similar 3D Figures
- Mixed Number Arithmetic

**Thursday Lesson:**

Revision 2:

- Indices

Review of Composite Functions & Inverse Functions

**Monday Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Compose functions
- Find inverse functions

Revision Lesson

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Review:

- Recurring decimals to fractions
- Compound measures
- Speed
- Density

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Mock Set 3 Paper 3H Question Paper

**Thursday Lesson:**

Review of Mock Set 3 Paper 3H Solutions

Transformations of Functions

**Monday Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to recognise and sketch:

- Translations
- Reflections

of graphs of functions.

Lesson Notes to print for your file

Review of Histograms

**Tuesday Lesson:**

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Mock Set 3 Paper 2H - Question Paper

**Thursday Lesson:**

Iteration

**Monday Lesson Objective:**

To be able to find an approximate root using an iterative formula.

**Tuesday Lesson**

Practise iteration - Exercises 10.4S and 10.4A

Simultaneous Linear Equations

**Wednesday Lesson**

Review of Simultaneous Linear Equations

Equation of Tangent to Circle

**Thursday Lesson Objective:**

To be able to find the equation of the tangent to a circle.

**Monday Lesson:**

Review of straight line:

- y = mx + c
- gradients
- midpoints
- parallel & perpendicular lines
- equations of lines

Support:

TheMathsTeacher - Coordinate Geometry Basics (25 mins)

Introduction to equation of circle x^{2} + y^{2} = r^{2}

**Tuesday Lesson:**

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Mock Set 3 Paper 1H - Question Paper

**Thursday Lesson:**

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to manipulate and simplify algebraic fractions.

Lesson severely disrupted as half class missing for presentation rehearsal.

**Lesson Objective:**

To be able to solve a quadratic inequality by factorising.

We will first review the factorisation of quadratic expressions.

Lesson recap (4:46):

Lesson Objective:

To be able to draw the straight line graphs associated with a system of linear inequalities and identify the region satisfying the constraints.

Year 11 Parents' Evening will be held on **Wednesday 16 January 2019 from 4pm - 7pm.**

The 6th Form Open Evening will be held on **Thursday 8 November from 6pm to 8.30pm.**

I hope that most of you take the opportunity to come along and discuss the possibility of studying A-level Maths with us at Chosen Hill.

In addition, I look forward to discussing A-level Further Maths with those of you keen enough to consider two Maths A-levels.

Both Maths and Further Maths are considered Facilitating Subjects by the top UK universities comprising the Russell Group.

Lesson Objectives:

To be able to:

- Solve linear inequalities.
- Represent linear inequalities on a number line.

Lesson recap (3:23):

Grade Boundaries (out of 240 possible marks):

Sitting | Grade 9 | Grade 8 | Grade 7 | Grade 6 | Grade 5 | Grade 4 | Grade 3 |

Jun 2017 | 190 | 157 | 124 | 96 | 68 | 41 | 27 |

Nov 2017 | 189 | 150 | 112 | 85 | 58 | 32 | 19 |

Jun 2018 | 202 | 170 | 139 | 109 | 79 | 50 | 35 |

Nov 2018 | 194 | 159 | 125 | 95 | 66 | 37 | 22 |

These are the higher tier grade boundaries for the first four sittings of the new Edexcel GCSE Maths. The first two sets of exams were not at all popular with students but the June 2018 exams were viewed as more reasonable. The grade boundaries were higher but students felt they had more opportunity to demonstrate their skills and knowledge.

Welcome back to Year 11.

The dates for your exams next summer are as follows:

Paper | Type | Code | Date | Session |

Paper 1 | Non-Calculator | 1MA1 1H | Tue 21 May | AM |

Paper 2 | Calculator | 1MA1 2H | Thu 06 June | AM |

Paper 3 | Calculator | 1MA1 3H | Tue 11 June | AM |

These dates are final and will not be changed.

The following links are my Year 10 lesson notes on transformations. Reading through them will help you revise transformations:

Translations Reflections Rotations Enlargements

When GCSE questions ask you to estimate the result of a numerical calculation on the non-calculator paper you should proceed as follows:

Round the numbers in the problem to 1 significant figure before performing calculations.

Be careful if you have a number less than 1 for a denominator. For example, if the denominator = 0.4 then multiply the numerator and denominator by 10 so that you end up dividing by the whole number 4.

Please complete this week and self-mark from the solutions provided.

When asked to use your calculator to evaluate an expression, use brackets to group terms in a numerator, terms in a denominator, and terms under a square root sign. Leaving out brackets risks the order of precedence rules on your calculator causing it to evaluate calculations in an inappropriate order for the question.

Please complete this week and self-mark from the solutions provided.

Four of the following problems require the use of simultaneous Linear Equations but there is an odd one out.

Simultaneous Equations Problems

Simultaneous Equations Problems Solutions

Please complete this week and self-mark from solutions provided.

Please complete the following 5 questions on file paper and hand in tomorrow Wednesday 16 January.

1. (x + 2)(x + 3)(x + 4)

2. (x + 1)(x + 4)(x + 5)

3. (x - 1)(x + 2)(2x + 3)

4. (2x - 1)(x - 3)(x + 2)

5. (x - 3)(x - 3)(x - 3)

Here is is short video clip showing two worked examples (4:35):

For Monday 10 December please complete the last 3 questions of Venn Diagrams

Here is the complete exercise without answers if you wish to work through the questions again when revising.

Everyone in 11CM1 must be able to factorise a three term quadratic with a multiple x squared term.

Video clip showing two worked examples (5:31):

Please complete Homework Exercise of 10 Questions for Tuesday 4 December.

Video (3:40)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 14 Nov 18

Video (4:02)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 14 Nov 18

Video (2:21)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 7 Nov 18

Video (2:25)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 7 Nov 18

Video (1:58)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 31 Oct 18

Video (2:35)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 31 Oct 18

Video (3:13)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 17 Oct 18

Video (4:09)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 17 Oct 18

Please review the corrections you did for Mock Paper 2 against my solutions.

If you wish to do the paper again in the future here is a question paper.

Video (6:04)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 10 Oct 18

Video (4:04)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 10 Oct 18

Video (2:37)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 3 Oct 18

Video (2:24)

Transcript of video exam question

Two similar exam questions with solutions

Complete by Wed 3 Oct 18

Please review the corrections you did for Q1 to Q11 against my solutions.

If you wish to do the paper again in the future here is a question paper.

This week please complete this exercise and self mark from the solutions provided at the end of the exercise.

For tomorrow, please complete the five questions emailed to you.

Also attached here

For Monday please complete the first two parts of each question on the two text book pages sent out as a class email.

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'

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