02 March 2015

2 March, S3/4 - Year 7*

Driving Question
What is the greatest mathematical invention of all time?
Learning Objectives
Beginning
To be able to explain form expressions and use formula expressed in words.
Developing
To be able to demonstrate how to substitute numbers into expressions. 
Mastering
To be able to demonstrate how to simplify algebraic expressions by collecting like terms.

Resources
Beginning
B1
B2










B3
Worded Formula



Developing

D1

D3

D4

D5
Use Temperature example - ieuse the formula for converting C to F (or opposite)



Mastering


M1


M2
Introduce the idea of grouping together like terms








M4



2 March, S1/2 - Year 11*

Driving Question: Is 1 a prime number?
Learning Objective: To investigate factors and prime numbers. 
Beginning
To be able to find factors of a number and test for divisibility of a number.
Developing
Identify the highest common factor of a set of numbers.
Mastering
Identify the prime factors of a number and express a number as a product of it’s prime factors.
Developing

D1
HCF - with explanation

D2
Find the factors of:
a) 34

b) 145
c) 120

Find the HCF of:

d) 22 and 34 
e) 18 and 38
f) 100 and 125
g) 1220 and 975D3

Mastering

M1

M2





27 February 2015

27 February, S3/4 - Year 10*

Driving Question: When is probability used in the real world?

Learning Target: To use probability to solve puzzles.
Success Criteria
Beginning
To demonstrate calculating the probability of single events. 
Developing
To demonstrate calculating the probability of two equally likely events happening at once. 
Mastering
To investigation calculating the probability of multiple events. 

Resources

Beginning

B1
Simple probability examples:

Stick on Maths - Probability (open in Keynote)

B5




B4


















Developing
D1





Homework
1) Complete the MyMaths Probability Task (also set as a task as this link will not work in Safari).

2) Complete the MyMaths Listing Outcomes Task (also set as a task as this link will not work in Safari).









27 February, S1/2 - Year 11*

Driving Question: Is 1 a prime number?
Learning Objective: To investigate factors and prime numbers. 
Beginning
To be able to find factors of a number and test for divisibility of a number.
Developing
Identify the highest common factor of a set of numbers.
Mastering
Identify the prime factors of a number and express a number as a product of it’s prime factors.
Developing

D1
HCF - with explanation

D2
Find the factors of:
a) 34

b) 145
c) 120

Find the HCF of:

d) 22 and 34 
e) 18 and 38
f) 100 and 125
g) 1220 and 975D3

Mastering

M1

M2






26 February 2015

26 February, S1/2 - Year 7*

Challenge Questions: Can coordinates be 3D?
Learning Objectives 
Beginning 
To be able to demonstrate how to plot coordinates in all four quadrants.
Developing
To be able to calculate the midpoint of two coordinates.
Mastering
To be able to plot 3D coordinates.

Resources 

Midpoint of coordinates

D1

D2






Mastering

M1
M2
3D Coordinates Questions


Homework
1)
Complete the MyMaths Coordinates Task (also set as a task as this link will not work). This should be completed with a score of at least 70% (you may have already done this however some people may need to do this again).


Upload your answers to Questions 2&3 to Showbie with workings and explanation. 

2) Which of the following is the coordinates of the midpoint of P (–3, 2, 4) to Q (5, 1, 8)?

A (1, 1.5, 6) 
B (2, –1, 4)
C (8, –1, 4)
D (1, –0.5, 2)
E (2, 3, 12)


3) Which of the following is the midpoint of Point F is (2, 3, 3) and Point G is (6, –1, –4).

A (4, 2, 3.5)
B (2, 1, 0.5)
C (4, 1, –0.5)
D (4, 2, 0.5)
E (4, 1, 0.5)

25 February 2015

25 February, S3/4 - Year 11*

Mark Mark

Title: What topics do you need to focus on in the future?


25 February, S1/2 - Year 10*

Driving Question: What is the probability of picking a red counter from a bag if you know the probability of not picking it is 0.65?


Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to calculate the probability of outcomes of single events and understand that the probability scale runs from 0 to 1.
To be able to calculate the probability of an event happening when you know the probability that the event doesn’t happen and knowing when you cannot use this rule.

Developing
To be able to calculate all the outcomes of two independent events (such as tossing a coin & throwing a dice) and calculate probabilities from lists or tables

Mastering
To be able to use a tree diagram to show all possible combinations. To be able to solve problems using tree diagrams.


Resources

Beginning

B1
Simple probability examples:


B2
Stick on Maths - Probability (open in Keynote)


B3




B4





















Developing
D1