# Add Maths Project Form 5 by xvn15361

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1     NUM/ALG 1 (6)         add, subtract, multiply, divide integers (+ve & -ve numbers)
2                           lcm,hcf, prime factors, cube & cube roots, index notation,
3                           generate terms of a sequence, nth term, justify.
4     SSM 1 (6)             angle facts and proof, classify quadrilaterals,
5                           ruler and compass constructions.
6     HAND'G DATA 1 (6) if p(A) = p then p(not A) = 1-p,
7                           list outcomes of two successive events, experimental data
8     NUMBER 2 (6)          fractions: order, +, -, convert to decimal, fract. dec. & % equivalence,
9                           multiply & divide integers by a fraction, percentage increase & decrease.
10    ALGEBRA 2 (6)         algebraic operations, simplifying inc. eg 4(a + 2b),
11                          use formulae involving small powers.
12    SSM 2 (6)             rough metric/imperial equivalents, areas of triangles, parallelograms,
13                          trapezia, compound shapes, volume & surface area of cuboids.
14    ALGEBRA 3 (6)         graphs of linear functions, mappings,
Tests w/b 17th Jan
15                          recognise the form y = mx + c corresponds to straight line graphs.
16    NUMBER 3 (9)          multiply & divide integers by 0.1 & 0.01, order decimals, rounding,
17                          standard column procedures for adding, subtracting, multiplying &
18                          dividing, involving decimals to two places.
19    SSM 3 (6)             congruence, combination of transformations,
20                          enlargement, inc link to ratio.
21    ALGEBRA 4 (6)         construct and solve linear equations inc 5x - 3 = 2(x + 6),
22                          problems that lead to equations to be solved.
23    HAND'G DATA 2 (6) use two-way table,s, stem-and-leaf diagrams, pie charts,
24                          scattergraphs, bar charts and frequency diagrams for discrete data.
25    NUMBER 4 (6)          order of operations, extending mental methods with fractions, decimals
26                          & %'s, recap +, -, mult & div of decimals, probs involving measurement.
27    ALGEBRA 5 (8)         simplify and transform linear expressions,
28                          simple problems involving direct proportion using graphs & equations,
29                          solving problems.
30    SOLVING         (6)   an extended investigation,
31    PROBLEMS              ratio: dividing a quantity into parts, unitary method to solve problems.
32    SSM 4 (9)             scale drawings, plans & elevations, ruler & compass construction of
33                          triangles, mid-point of two coordinates, simple loci,
34                          bearings.
Tests w/b 13th June
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36    HAND'G DATA 3 (8) continuous data: frequency tables, bar charts, frequency diagrams,
37                          line graphs for time series, compare two distributions, data logging.
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WEEK                                    YEAR 7
1             Data         Learning about Tutor Groups Surveys
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3     NUMBER 1 (6)         place value, decimals - compare, order, + and -, (mult & div for able?)
4                          negative no's - order, compare, order, + and -, (mult & div for able?)
5     ALGEBRA 1 (6 )       functions, sequences, substitution, investigation,
6                          letters as variables or unknowns.
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8     SSM 1 (4)            visualise 3-D from 2-D, perim' & area of shapes made from rectangles
9     NUMBER 2 (6)         fractions: simplify, 0.23 = 23/100, +, -, multiply by an integer
10    NUMBER 2 cont        mental methods using decimals, fractions, percentages.
11    HAND'G DATA 1 (6)    averages and range, interpret diagrams
12                         probability intro, inc 0-1, and equally likely outcomes
13    ALGEBRA 2 (5)        algebraic operations,collecting like terms,
Tests w/b 6th Dec
14                      use and derive simple formulae.
15    SSM 2 (3)         some angle facts, co-ordinates in 4 quadrants.
16    HAND'G DATA 2 (6) hypothesise, collect and display data,
17                      make inferences.
18    NUMBER/           order of operations, rounding and checking,
19    MEASURES 3 (8)    3 digit mult & div by 2 digit, extend to decimals,
20                      metric units, scales, conversion.
21    ALGEBRA 3 (6)     factors, prime factors, multiples divisibility,
22                      square & triangle numbers, sequences, general term.
23    SSM 3 (5)         properties of triangles and quadrilaterals,
24                      ruler and protractor to construct angles and triangles.
25    NUMBER 4 (5)      eqivalence of percentages, fractions and decimals,
26                      ratio and proportion.
27    ALGEBRA 4 (4)     construct and solve linear equations.
28    SSM 4 (6)         symmetry, transformations: reflections, translations, rotations,
29                      solve problems using ICT
30    HAND'G DATA 3 (8) project: collect record and analyse data
31                      experimental probability
Test w/b 9th May  END OF YEAR 7 TESTS
32    NUMBER 5 (8)      calculate fractions and percentages of quantities,
33                      calculator methods, percentages to compare proportions.
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35    ALGEBRA 5 (8)        graphs of simple linear functions,
36                         generalisations from problems and practical contexts.
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39    SSM 5 (6)            ruler and protractor to construct nets of 3-D shapes,
40                         angles and transformations.
WEEK                                         YEAR 9
1     ALGEBRA 1/2 (6)       sequences inc. quadratic, nth term
2                           inverse of a linear function,
3                           functions and graphs arising from real life situations.
4     NUMBER 1 (9)          efficient methods to add, subtract, multiply & divide fractions,
5                           proportional reasoning in solving problems, interpret and use ratio,
Test 1 w/b 4th Oct    Paper1       Mental
6                           effects of mult & div by x between 0 & 1, justify est's & approx's of calcs.
7     ALGEBRA 3 (6)         identities,solving equations, trial & improvement,
8                           direct proportion.
9     SSM 1 (9)             geometrical reasoning, circles,
Test2 w/b 15th Oct    Paper2       Mental
10                          angle properties inc. polygons, parallel lines etc,
11                          constructions and loci, solving problems.
12    HAND'G DATA 1 (6)     survey or experiment: communicate interpretations and results of
13                          statistical equiry, correlation.
14    SSM 2 (6)             circumference and area of circles,
15                          surface area and volume of right prisms.
17    NUMBER 2 (8)          multiply and divide by any integer power of 10,
18                          rounding and estimates (see NUMBER 1),
19                          solve substantial problems, calculator methods.
20    ALGEBRA 4 (9)         prime factor decomposition, index laws (simple instances),
21                          gradient of lines given in the form y = mx + c,
22                          real life graphs including distance-time graphs.
23    HAND'G DATA 2 (4)     probability: drawing pins experiment, fractions.
24    SSM 3 (6)             transformations and congruence, recap and extend to include finding
25                          scale factor of enlargement, proportional reasoning to solve problems.
26    TRANSITION TESTS
27    ALGEBRA 5 (6)     factorising, changing the subject,
28                      graphs where y is given implicitly in terms of x e.g. ay + bx = 0
29    SOLV'G PROBLEMS explore connections between different areas of maths
30    HAND'G DATA 3 (6) data from secondary sources, select most appropriate statistics
31    SSM 4 (6)         solve problems using properties of angles etc, degree of accuracy,
32                      solving problems involving concise reasoned argument.
33    HAND'G DATA 4 (6) probability: mathematical explanation versus experimental evidence.
34    Problem Solving
35    Groups
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