Maths

Year 10

Tute’s team of experienced teachers have planned our lessons to work alongside what students are studying in school; to enable catch-up, to consolidate something that was difficult to master in class or to help revise for exams. To make is easy to choose lessons for different subjects, year groups and levels, we have organised lessons into topics that are fully aligned with the National Curriculum ensuring a comprehensive coverage of the curriculum that makes sense!

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GCSE Revision: Number (1)


In Number Revision 1 we concentrate on the aspects of number work from the bottom end of the scale. These are some of the work that students tend to forget and because of that find the more difficult aspect of the work more challenging. All of the recourses include past paper questions to test the students ability to receive full marks, especially with questions that ask for a more detailed answers such as the ones you would find in proportion questions

Prime index form, HCF and LCM Revision 1

To recognise the method to calculate the prime index form and to revise and recognise HCF and LCM.

Percentage – Simple and Change. Revision 2

To calculate percentage change, to explain how terminal velocity is reached and to revise forces and Newton’s laws

Ratio and proportion (calculating the best buys) Revision 3

To solve problems involving Ratio, to solve problems involving Proportion and to develop strategies to solve best buy questions.

Four operations with fractions Revision 4

To multiply and divide fractions
To add and subtract fractions.

Accuracy Revision 5

To describe rounding to a decimal place
To explain what is meant by significant figures
To develop strategies to answer estimation questions.

Functional Maths Questions Revision 6

To answer functional Maths questions on GCSE papers and obtain full marks
To explain what is meant by
“quality of written communication”.

GCSE Revision: Geometry and measure


In Geometric and Measure we look at the grade 4 and 5 topics of the examination. Questions on these topics would be the old C grade. We start by looking at Pythagoras’ Theorem which is used to calculate the length of the sides of a right-angled triangle. We then move on to angles and look more specifically at the types of questions students struggle with. The next lesson will involve looking at area and volume of 3D shapes before ending with right-angled triangles but this time with the Trigonometric ratios.

Pythagoras

To revise Pythagoras’ Theory and to apply Pythagoras’ Theorem to solve problems

Angles, Polygons and Parallel lines

To answer questions on simple angles and develop strategies on answering questions with any internal angle in a polygon and parallel lines.

Surface area

To recognise 3D shapes and calculate their surface area.

Volume of a prism

To calculate the volume of a cube/cuboid and prisms and to answer examination questions.

Circles, Volume and surface area of a cylinder

To label the parts of a circle
To calculate the area and circumference of a circle.

Trigonometric Ratios

To recognise the trigonometric ratios and how to use them to answer examination questions.

GCSE Revision: Algebra (1)


The Revision of Algebra 1 is exactly that – revision of the algebra topics. We do not start at the basics but look at more of the middle graded topics. We look at how to answer examination questions involving bracket and equations, looking at how to expand and factorise linear and quadratic equations. During lessons 3 and 4 we look at solving linear equations by balancing and simultaneous equations. The last two lessons we revise sequences and solving inequalities (no graph)

Expanding brackets. single, double and FOIL - quadratic

To expand an expression with a single pair of brackets, to explore methods to expand multiple pairs of brackets.

Factorising quadratic expressions

To factorise a linear equation, to factorise a quadratic equation.

Solving equations

To solve equations with multiple steps and solving equations with a variable on both sides.

Solving simultaneous equations

To solve simultaneous equations by elimination, to solve a simultaneous equations by substitution.

Sequences and the nth term

To recognise the term to term rule, to recognise the nth term rule for linear and quadratic equations.

Non-graphical Inequalities

To recognise inequalities and their bounds, to solve inequalities.

GCSE Revision: Statistics


During this course, we look at probability and graphs. During the first three lessons, we look at how probability is calculated and methods (such as tree diagrams) that will help with calculations. We end the probability half with Venn Diagrams and the use of the notations and symbols. For the second part of the course we look at the correlation of scatter graphs and averages from grouped data. We strengthen each lesson with examination questions.

Probability

To calculate the probability of an event, to calculate the probability of two events and to calculate expectation.

Probability trees

To explain what is meant by conditional probability, to complete tree diagrams to find conditional probabilities, with or without replacement

Venn Diagrams

To use set notation, to use Venn diagrams to calculate Conditional probability

Scatter Graphs

To interpret two way tables, to interpret scatter diagrams.

Cumulative frequency

To interpret cumulative frequency Graphs, to be able to calculate the interquartile
range.

Averages from grouped data

To calculate mean, median and mode from discrete data, to calculate mean, median and mode from a frequency table, to estimate the mean from
grouped data.

GCSE Revision: Number (2)


In Revision of number 2 we start getting to the higher grades of number work. Still looking at percentages in the first part but this time looking at how to revers them and then how to find the Compound Interest and how depreciation works. The third lesson looks at the standard form and how to do calculations. The forth lesson will be on compound measures, that is speed and density. The fifth lesson will be looking at converting and problem solving with recurring decimals before ending with calculations with fractional and negative indices. We will strengthen the revision with examination questions

Reverse Percentages

To calculate the value after a percentage increase or decrease, to find the original value before a percentage change.

Compound interest and depreciation

To calculate compound interest

Standard form

To express numbers in standard form, to calculate using standard form

Compound Measures

To formulate an equation to combine speed, distance and time, to explain a method of calculating density.

Converting Recurring Decimals into Fractions

To convert a recurring decimal into a fraction

Fractional and negative Indices

To calculate with numbers including negative and fractional indices.

GCSE Revision: Algebra (2)


In Revision of Algebra 2 we start getting to the higher grades of algebra work. Throughout this course, we will be looking at equations of sorts starting with the quadratics and showing on how to solve them before moving on to changing the subject. For the next 4 lessons, we look at equations with graphs. Starting with straight lines before moving on to quadratic, cubic and reciprocal before ending with the graphs of inequalities. We will strengthen the revision with examination questions.

Solving Quadratic equations

To solve quadratic equations by factorising, To solve quadratic equation by using the formula

Changing the subject of a formula

To rearrange formulae to make any variable the subject, to rearrange formulae with powers, to make any variable the subject

Equations of a straight line

straight line
To evaluate methods of drawing straight line graphs, and to revise and solve simultaneous equations graphicly

Quadratic graphs

To draw a quadratic graph, to solve quadratic equations graphically

Cubic and reciprocal graphs

To create and analyse a cubic graph, to create and analyse a reciprocal graph

Inequalities on a graph

To recognise an inequality, to recognise the area of an inequality in a graph

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