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**MATHEMATICS TOPIC OVERVIEW – YEAR 11
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Week

Lesson Topics Learning Objectives

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Indices and Notation (Powers and Surds ch4)

Using surds and π to give exact answers

Find the area/perimeter of circle, or parts of circles, leaving

the answer in terms of t

Manipulating expressions with surds

Indices and Notation (Powers and Surds ch4)

Remember Index laws

Able to simplify surds

Puzzles

Using surds and π to give exact answers

Adding and subtracting surds.

Manipulating expressions with surds

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Indices and Notation (Powers and Surds ch4)

Multiply and divide surds, e.g. 3 5 15 × = ;

Simplifying surd after multiplying and dividing

Learn why root of 2 is irrational number

Extended: Be able to solve equations involving surds

Indices and Notation (Powers and Surds ch4)

See why root of 2 is irrational number.

Indices and Notation (Powers and Surds ch4)

Consolidation

Consolidation

37

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Upper and Lower Bounds Understand upper and lower bounds of measurements made in

real-life situations

Calculate the bounds in problems involving addition,

multiplication, subtraction or division.

Algebra (simulataneous equations ch8)

Solve linear simultaneous equations graphically and

algebraically

Factorise and solve a quadratic equation

Solve equations by trial and improvement to a given degree of

accuracy, e.g. solve

2

1

10 x

x

÷ =

Algebra (simulataneous equations ch8)

Complete the square of a quadratic equation and solve it

38

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Algebra (simulataneous equations ch8)

Solve a quadratic equation by using the formula

Algebra (simulataneous equations ch8)

Solve linear inequalities in one variable, e.g. solve5 2 3 5 x x ÷ < + ,

write down all the integer values of x which satisfy 1 2 9 x ÷ < s

Represent inequalities in two variables on a coordinate grid

(including dotted lines)

Algebra (simulataneous equations ch8)

Using trial and improvement to solve problems

39

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Algebra (simulataneous equations ch8)

Use of Geogebra for solving simultaneous equations

and factorising

Be able to apply Geogrebra to solving equations and

inequalities

Algebra (Formulaes and manipulations) ch6

Write a formula in words and/or symbols, e.g. A = \x, where A is

the area of a square of side x

Substitute positive and negative numbers into formulae

(including fractions)

Algebra (Formulaes and manipulations) ch6

Find the value of a variable that is not the subject of the

formula

40

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Algebra (Formulaes and manipulations) ch6

Change the subject of a formula (several steps may be

required), e.g. make x the subject of

2

2 g t x = ÷

Algebra (Formulaes and manipulations) ch6

Substitute one formula into another, e.g. x = 2 ÷ 3t, y = 2x + 1,

find y in term of t.

Topic test

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HALF TERM BREAK

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Find the equation of a straight line from its graph

Rearrange an equation of a straight line, e.g. 3 2 7 x y + = to find

H.W.

Linear and Real-Life graphs (ch7) the gradient and intercept.

Understand that the graphs of linear functions are parallel if

they have the same value of m.

Linear and Real-Life graphs (ch7)

Know that the line perpendicular to y = mx + c has gradient

÷1/m

Find an equation for a line perpendicular to a given line and

through a given point

Extension

Find the equation of the line through two given point.

Find the equation of the perpendicular bisector of the line

segment joining two given points.

Linear and Real-Life graphs (ch7)

Find an equation for the line of best fit

Interpret real-life graphs, e.g. find the speed from a

distance-time graph.

Extension

Find the area under a simple velocity-time graph (i.e. distance

traveled).

Derive general results, e.g. ( )

1 1

y y m x x ÷ = ÷

Investigate relationships of the form

2

y ax b = +

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Linear and Real-Life graphs (ch7) Geogebra use for linear and graph functions

H.W.

Quadratic Graphs (ch9)

Consolidation

Quadratic Graphs (ch9) Plot and draw graphs of quadratic functions

Solve quadratic functions graphically

44

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Quadratic Graphs (ch9) Solve linear and quadratic simultaneous equations graphically

and algebraically

Quadratic Graphs (ch9) Solve simultaneous equations involving lines and circles

graphically and algebraically.

Quadratic Graphs (ch9)

Continued

45

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Quadratic Graphs (ch9)

Quadratic Graphs (ch9)

Consolidation

Consolidation

46

H.W.

Graphs and transformations of graphs ch10 Plot and draw graphs of cubic and reciprocal functions

Use given information to solve problems involving direct/inverse

proportion, e.g.

2

1

, , y x y x y

x

· · ·

Graphs and transformations of graphs ch10 Plot and draw graphs of exponential and trigonometric functions

Graphs and transformations of graphs ch10 Plot and draw graphs of exponential and trigonometric functions

(cont)

47

TENTAMEN WEEK

48

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Graphs and transformations of graphs ch10 Find the value of p and the value of q in

x

y pq = given two points

on the curve

Graphs and transformations of graphs ch10 Translate and reflect curves, e.g. given y = f(x), sketch y = f(x –

2) + 3

Understand the definitions for odd and even functions.

Graphs and transformations of graphs ch10

Geogebra use and application

Consolidation

49

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Transformation ch11 Translate shapes on a 2-D grid (including translation vector)

Transformation ch11 Reflect shapes on a 2-D grid, e.g. reflect a triangle in the line y

= ÷x (includes planes of symmetry)

Rotate shapes on a 2-D grid, e.g. rotate trapezium by +90°,

centre (2, ÷1)

Transformation ch11 Geogebra use

50

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Transformation ch11

Geogebra use for solving

Transformation ch11 Enlarge shapes on a 2-D grid, e.g. enlarge rectangle scale factor

÷1.5, centre (3, 0)

Transformation ch11 Describe the single transformation that replaces two others.

Extension

51

Topic test

Consolidation lessons

Consolidation lessons

52

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