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Y9 Topic Overview With Objectives Maths

Y9 Topic Overview With Objectives Maths

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AUTUMN 2013-14 BIRRALEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TOPIC OVERVIEW
 –
 YEAR 9
 
Week Lesson Topics Learning Objectives 35
H.W
Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3) Bidmas intro (Chapter 3) Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3) Consolidation Bidmas (Chapter 3) Integers (Chapter 1) Factors HCF, LCM Prime n.; Prime factorisation -
 
Be able to Identifying factors and multiple of numbers -
 
Be able to prime factorise a term -
 
Find LCM and HCF 36 H.W Powers Indices and Calculations (Chapter 3) Squares and cubes; square roots and cube roots, using a calculator. Squares, cubes and roots to memorise. Index notation and laws -
 
Work out squares; cubes; square roots; cube roots of numbers, with and without a calculator (including the use of trial 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 to standard 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 form Calculator work -
 
Revisit standard form notation and calculations -
 
Be able to use a calculator efficiently, typing data correctly and using Bidmas to help. 37 Fractions decimals Percentages (Chapter 2) Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. -
 
Understand a fraction as part of a whole -
 
Recognise and write fractions in everyday situations -
 
Write a fraction in its simplest form and recognise equivalent
 
 
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 Finding equivalent fractions in their simplest form. Ordering fractions by converting them to equivalent fractions with the same number. fractions -
 
Compare the sizes of fractions using a common denominator Write 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 to 1s.f. Rounding up or down in the context of the problem. Using trial and improvement where there is no obvious simple method. - Convert a fraction to a decimal (including recurring numbers); convert a decimal to a fraction (not including recurring decimals) - Round whole numbers and decimal numbers to 1s.f. and calculate an estimate (including practical examples) to check their calculations. - Solve problems by trial and improvement to solve practical problems. Fractions decimals Percentages (Chapter 2) Ordering fractions by converting to percentages Percentages 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%. 38 H.W Coordinates and essential algebra Reading and plotting coordinates Reading and plotting positive and negative coordinates Finding the coordinates of the final point to make a shape -Plot and read coordinates on a coordinate grid (in all four quadrants) -Understand that one coordinate identifies a point on a line, two coordinates identify a point in a plane and three coordinates identify
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 isosceles triangle -Find the coordinates of the fourth vertex of a parallelogram, trapezium, rhombus and kite Coordinates and essential algebra Finding the mid-point of a linear function -Use the mid-point formula to work out the coordinates of the mid-point of the line connecting two point with given coordinates
 
 Using the formula to find the coordinates of the mid-point Identifying 2-D and 3-D shapes; using 3-D coordinates -Identify the coordinates of the vertex of a cuboid on a 3-D grid. Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra 39
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 Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra Coordinates and essential algebra 40 H.W
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ICT integrated lesson 41
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