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November Mock Revision List

Mock GCSE Maths Exam Dates

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.

Week 15 - 21 October

Monday Lesson:

Review of Mock 3 Paper 3

Lesson Notes

 

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

Lesson Notes

 

Thursday Lesson:

Revision 2:

  • Indices

Lesson Notes

Week 08 - 14 October

Review of Composite Functions & Inverse Functions

Monday Lesson Objectives:

To be able to:

  • Compose functions
  • Find inverse functions

Lesson Notes

 

Revision Lesson

Tuesday Lesson:

Review:

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

Lesson Notes

 

Wednesday Lesson:

Mock Set 3 Paper 3H Question Paper

 

Thursday Lesson:

Review of Mock Set 3 Paper 3H Solutions

 

 

Week 01 - 07 October

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:

Lesson Handout

 

Wednesday Lesson:

Mock Set 3 Paper 2H - Question Paper

 

Thursday Lesson:

Review of Mock Set 3 Paper 2H - Solutions

Week 24 - 30 September

Iteration

Monday Lesson Objective:

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

Lesson Notes

 

Tuesday Lesson

Practise iteration - Exercises 10.4S and 10.4A

Lesson Notes

 

Simultaneous Linear Equations

Wednesday Lesson

Review of Simultaneous Linear Equations

Lesson Notes

 

Equation of Tangent to Circle

Thursday Lesson Objective:

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

Lesson Notes

Week 17 - 23 September

Monday Lesson:

Review of straight line:

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

Support:

TheMathsTeacher - Coordinate Geometry Basics (25 mins)

Video Lesson Notes

 

Introduction to equation of circle x2 + y2 = r2

Tuesday Lesson:

Lesson Notes

 

Wednesday Lesson:

Mock Set 3 Paper 1H - Question Paper

 

Thursday Lesson:

Review of Mock Set 3 Paper 1H - Solutions

Algebraic Fractions

Lesson:

Objective from yesterday's disrupted lesson.

Lesson Notes

Algebraic Fractions

Lesson Objective:

To be able to manipulate and simplify algebraic fractions.

Lesson severely disrupted as half class missing for presentation rehearsal.

Inequalities - Quadratic

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):

Video transcript

Linear Inequalities - Regions

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

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

6th Form Open Evening

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. 

Linear Inequalities

Lesson Objectives:

To be able to:

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

Lesson recap (3:23):

Video transcript

Grade Boundaries

Grade Boundaries (out of 240 possible marks):

SittingGrade 9Grade 8Grade 7Grade 6Grade 5Grade 4Grade 3
Jun 201719015712496684127
Nov 201718915011285583219
Jun 2018202170139109795035

These are the higher tier grade boundaries for the first three 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.

Exam Dates For GCSE Maths

Welcome back to Year 11.

The dates for your exams next summer are as follows:

PaperTypeCodeDateSession
Paper 1Non-Calculator1MA1 1HTue 21 MayAM
Paper 2Calculator1MA1 2HThu 06 JuneAM
Paper 3Calculator1MA1 3HTue 11 JuneAM

These dates are final and will not be changed.

11CM1 GCSE Scheme of Work

11CM1 HOMEWORK

GCSE Exam Question - Surds

GCSE Exam Question - Recurring Decimals

GCSE Exam Question - Depreciation

GCSE Exam Question - Compound Interest

Corrections to Mock Set 3 Paper 2

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.

GCSE Exam Question - Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations

GCSE Exam Question - Simultaneous Equations

GCSE Exam Question - Inverse Proportion

GCSE Exam Question - Direct Proportion

Iteration

For tomorrow, please finish Q4 and Q5 which were emailed to you.

Corrections to Mock Set 3 Paper 1

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.

Coordinate Geometry - Straight Line

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

Quadratic Inequalities

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

Also attached here

Linear Inequalities

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

Becoming An Effective Learner

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)

How to get the most out of studying (Part 4)  (9:17)

How to get the most out of studying (Part 5)  (7:29)