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Y9 Planning Grid

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AUTUMN 2013-14 BIRRALEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLMATHEMATICS TOPIC OVERVIEW
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YEAR 9
Week
Lesson TopicsLearning Objectives
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Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3)Bidmas intro (Chapter 3)Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3)Consolidation Bidmas (Chapter 3)Integers (Chapter 1)FactorsHCF, LCMPrime n.; Prime factorisation-

Be able to Identifying factors and multiple of numbers-

Be able to prime factorise a term-

Find LCM and HCF
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Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3)Squares and cubes; square roots and cube roots, usinga calculator.Squares, cubes and roots to memorise.Index notation and laws-

Work out squares; cubes; square roots; cube roots ofnumbers, with and without a calculator (including the use oftrial and improvement.=trial and error-

Be able to memorise some important Squares, cubes, roots.-

Be able to identify index notation and learn all index laws.Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3)Index notation exercises and standard form-

Being able to identify index laws, and the relevance tostandard form.-

To be able to convert numbers into standard form.-

To be able to use standard form in written calculations.Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3)Standard formCalculator work-

Revisit standard form notation and calculations-

Be able to use a calculator efficiently, typing data correctlyand using Bidmas to help.

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Fractions decimals Percentages (Chapter 2)Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers andvice versa.Finding equivalent fractions in their simplest form.Ordering fractions by converting them to equivalentfractions with the same number.-

Understand a fraction as part of a whole-

Recognise and write fractions in everyday situations-

Write a fraction in its simplest form and recognise equivalentfractions-

Compare the sizes of fractions using a common denominatorWrite an improper fraction as a mixed fraction.Fractions decimals Percentages (Chapter 2)Converting between fractions and decimals.Rounding whole numbers and decimals to 1s.f.Estimating by rounding all numbers in a calculation to1s.f.Rounding up or down in the context of the problem.Using trial and improvement where there is no obvioussimple method.- Convert a fraction to a decimal (including recurring numbers);convert a decimal to a fraction (not including recurringdecimals)- Round whole numbers and decimal numbers to 1s.f. andcalculate an estimate (including practical examples) to checktheir calculations.- Solve problems by trial and improvement to solve practicalproblems.Fractions decimals Percentages (Chapter 2)Ordering fractions by converting to percentagesPercentages of quantities- Percentages which convert to recurring decimals (e.g. 33
31
%),and situations which lead to percentages of more than 100%.- Simple interest calculations.- Discuss why reducing a quantity by 10%, and then by 10%again, is not the same as reducing a quantity by 20%.
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Coordinates and essential algebraReading and plotting coordinatesReading and plotting positive and negative coordinates-Plot and read coordinates on a coordinate grid (in all fourquadrants)-Understand that one coordinate identifies a point on a line, two

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Finding the coordinates of the final point to make ashapecoordinates identify a point in a plane and three coordinatesidentify
a point in space, and use the terms ‘1
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D’, ‘2
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D’ and ‘3
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D’
-Find the coordinates of a third point to complete an isoscelestriangle-Find the coordinates of the fourth vertex of a parallelogram,trapezium, rhombus and kiteCoordinates and essential algebraFinding the mid-point of a linear functionUsing the formula to find the coordinates of the mid-pointIdentifying 2-D and 3-D shapes; using 3-Dcoordinates-Use the mid-point formula to work out the coordinates of themid-point of the line connecting two point with givencoordinates-Identify the coordinates of the vertex of a cuboid on a 3-Dgrid.Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra
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Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebraCoordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebraCoordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra
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