**ES1A**: Mondays 10.40-11.20 & 12.10-12.50, Wednesdays 9.50-11.10, Fridays 11.50-13.10**ES1B**: Mondays 9.10-10.30, Tuesdays 14.00-15.20, Thurdays 11.50-13.10*Teacher:**Mrs. Rhoads**Please remember to reload this frame if you are reading it in Fronter!*

- The National Tests have now been graded and returned. Course grades for Math A will be discussed individually during week 3 and 4.
- For those who need to retake the course test (which I have spoken to), an opportunity will be held Jan 29th with Mrs. Castellanos. You are required to attend her Monday class in Room 5317 from 8.55 - 10.15 and then come directly to the our normal classroom for attendance and information.

- No Math class due to Nationals
- Go get some air and relax!

- Dates
- Wednesday, December 9th 9.50 - 11.20
- ES1A 6406
- ES1B 5312

- Tuesday, December 15th 9.50 - 12.00
- ES1A & ES1B auditorium

- Wednesday, December 9th 9.50 - 11.20
- Previous Nationals
- Other (helpful) Material

- The subsequent classes will be used as study time for you to prepare for the national tests
- Strategies for answering the long question on Part I will be disussed

- Ratio and Map scales
- Recommended Exercises
- p.31-2 Ex22c
*even* - p.33 Ex23c

- p.31-2 Ex22c

- Ratio and Map scales
- Recommended Exercises
- p.31-2 Ex22c
*even* - p.33 Ex23c

- p.31-2 Ex22c

- Test 2

- Information about p.195 #22 for the test
- Chance to get caught up

- Information about p.195 #22 for the test
- Chance to get caught up

- More Volumes and Surface Area
- Recommended exercises:
- p. 216 3-6
- p. 217 12-14
- p. 218-20 Ex28e

- More Volumes and Surface Area
- Recommended exercises:
- p. 216 3-6
- p. 217 12-14
- p. 218-20 Ex28e 1-13

- Volumes
- Recommended exercises:
- p.211-2 Ex25e
- p. 214-5
*7-20*

- Circle Sectors and Arcs
- Recommended exercises: p.199-200 Ex20e 1-9
*odd*

- No class due to Development talks

- No class due to Development talks

- Circle Sectors and Arcs
- Recommended exercises: p.199-200 Ex20e 1-9
*odd* - p.195 #22 for the test

- Finding the radius
- Recommended exercises: p.193 Ex18E 1-17
*odd* - p.195 #22 for the test

- Geometry cont'd

**THE**Geometry Lecture- Trapezoid (Amer.) / Trapezium (Brit.)
- Paralellogram
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.180-2 Ex13c
*even*

- p.180-2 Ex13c

**THE**Geometry Lecture- Trapezoid (Amer.) / Trapezium (Brit.)
- Paralellogram
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.180-2 Ex13c
*even*

- p.180-2 Ex13c

- Pythagorean Theorem
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.172 Ex10c
*1-16* - p.175 Ex11e
*3-10*

- p.172 Ex10c
- Wikidpedia: Pythagorean triple
- The History of Pythagoras and his Theorem
- Wikipedia: Fermat's Last Theorem

- Tests returned

- Pythagorean Theorem
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.172 Ex10c
*1-16* - p.175 Ex11e
*3-10*

- p.172 Ex10c
- Wikidpedia: Pythagorean triple
- The History of Pythagoras and his Theorem
- Wikipedia: Fermat's Last Theorem

- ES1A
- Arthur Benjamin does "Mathemagic"
- Angles Cont'd
- Circle Theorems
- Recommended Exericises:
- p.334 Ex24e
- p.152-5
*even*

- ES1B

- Angles
- Recommended Exericises:
- p.152-5
*even*

- p.152-5

- Angles

- Common Difference and Quadratic Sequences
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.115 Ex10c
- p.119 Ex20c 1-4
- p.122 Ex21e

- Recommended Links:
- BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Quadratic sequences - The activity at the bottom of this page is wonderful.
- Simple linear sequences, nth term - Waldomaths - Use sliders to create the expression for the sequence. I love the graphing shown to the right.
- Simple Quadratic Sequences - Waldomaths

- Change of subject using linear equations
- Solving Simultaneous Equations by graphing
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.140 Ex30c
- p.143-5 Ex33c
*1-17 even*solve using graphical method

- Recommended Links:

- Change of subject using linear equations
- Solving Simultaneous Equations by graphing
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.140 Ex30c
- (
*do only if you need more practice*) p.142 Ex31c use graphical method and not substitution - p.143-5 Ex33c
*1-17 even*solve using graphical method

- Graphing Linear Equations and Reading Real life graphs
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 125 Ex23c 1-12
*even*, 13-15 - p. 133 Ex28c
*all*

- p. 125 Ex23c 1-12

- Graphing Linear Equations and Reading Real life graphs
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 125 Ex23c 1-12
*even*, 13-15 - p. 133 Ex28c
*all*

- p. 125 Ex23c 1-12

- Trial and Improvement
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.112-4 Ex18E
*Work on as many as you need*

- p.112-4 Ex18E
- Recommended Link:

- Setting up equations and solving word problems
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.106. Ex4c
- p.108 Ex15c

- Steps when answering a word problem
- Read through the problem
- Read through the problem again and make any note of important points
- Translated your notes into mathematical notes
- Solve the mathematics
- Re-read the question and answer it
- Check your answer - think if it's reasonable

- Setting up equations and solving word problems
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.106. Ex4c
- p.108 Ex15c

- Steps when answering a word problem
- Read through the problem
- Read through the problem again and make any note of important points
- Translated your notes into mathematical notes
- Solve the mathematics
- Re-read the question and answer it
- Check your answer - think if it's reasonable

- Linear Equations
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 102 Ex9c
*last 2 columns* - p. 103 Ex10c
*last 2 columns* - p. 103-4 Ex11c
*All* - For those who would like more of a challenge: p.109 Ex16C

- p. 102 Ex9c

- Linear Equations
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 102 Ex9c
*last 2 columns* - p. 103 Ex10c
*last 2 columns* - p. 103-4 Ex11c
*All* - For those who would like more of a challenge: p.109 Ex16C

- p. 102 Ex9c

- Test 1

- No class due to In-Service Training / Student Council Kick-Off

- Algebraic Simplification aka collecting like terms
- Expanding Brackets
- Binomial Multiplication
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.94 2nd column
- p.96 #6
- p.98 1-12

- Recommended Video: Basic Math Skills : Multiplying Binomials - Using FOIL method
- Recommended Video: Multiplying Binomials

- Algebraic Simplification aka collecting like terms
- Expanding Brackets
- Binomial Multiplication
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.94 2nd column
- p.96 #6
- p.98 1-12

- Expressions, Substitution and Formulae
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.70 Ex20c
- p.72
*last 2 columns* - p.73-4 Ex24c odd

- ES1B
- Permille and ppm
- Handout
- Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) - Note: BAC is normally given in percent (%) 1/100 but in Sweden it is given in per mille (‰) 1/1000.

- ES1B
- Expressions, Substitution and Formulae
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.70 Ex20c
- p.72 last 2 columns
- p.73-4 Ex24c odd

- Permille and ppm
- Handout
- Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) - Note: BAC is normally given in percent (%) 1/100 but in Sweden it is given in per mille (‰) 1/1000.

- Decimal Places
- Significant Figures
- All non-zero digits are significant
- All zeros between non-zero digits are significant
- All leading zeros are
*NOT!*significant - All trailing zeros
*ARE*signficant

- Standard Form aka Scientific Notation (ex. 4.34 * 10
^{5}) - Recommended Exercises:
- p.60 Ex13c 3rd column
- p.61-2 Ex14c 3rd column
- p.68 Ex19c
*2nd column*& 25-33*odd*

- Significant Figures Here is a little game with significant figures. There are 12 different numbers for which you have to determine the number of significant figures. Try to keep the number of wrong tries to a minimum!

- Decimal Places
- Significant Figures
- All non-zero digits are significant
- All zeros between non-zero digits are significant
- All leading zeros are
*NOT!*significant - All trailing zeros
*ARE*signficant

- Standard Form aka Scientific Notation (ex. 4.34 * 10
^{5}) - Recommended Exercises:
- p.60 Ex13c 3rd column
- p.61-2 Ex14c 3rd column
- p.68 Ex19c
*2nd column*& 25-33*odd*

- Significant Figures Here is a little game with significant figures. There are 12 different numbers for which you have to determine the number of significant figures. Try to keep the number of wrong tries to a minimum!

- Compound Interest
- Order of Operations Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally or BIDMAS
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.56 1-12
*even* - p.58 Ex11c
*third column* - p.59 Ex12c
*third column*

- p.56 1-12
- Recommended Links

- ES1A
- Compound Interest
- Order of Operations Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally or BIDMAS
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.56 1-12
*even* - p.58 Ex11c
*third column* - p.59 Ex12c
*third column*

- p.56 1-12

- Recommended Links
- ES1B
- Percentage increase/decrease
- Reverse percentages
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.52 11-20
*odd* - p.52-3 Ex7c 1-9
*odd* - p.54 Ex8c
*every third*

- p.52 11-20

- Percentage increase/decrease
- Reverse percentages
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.52 11-20
- p.52-3 Ex7c 1-9 odd
- p.54 Ex8c every third

- Percentages, fractions and decimals
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.46-7
- p.48 middle column
- p.49 Ex4C 2nd column

- Using Multipliers to Represent Percentage Changes
- Video: Video - Percentage Multipliers 1 - Waldomaths
- Percentage Changes
- Fractions Review: Fractions

- No class due to
*Sports Day*and*Introduction Talks*

- No class due to
*Introduction Talks*

- Math is cancelled today (Monday) due to illness. You are more than welcome to read through percentages starting on p. 43 if you would like to continue on. (SMS msg)

- Percentages, fractions and decimals
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.46-7
- p.48 1st column
- p.49 Ex4C 2nd column

- Using Multipliers to Represent Percentage Changes
- Video: Video - Percentage Multipliers 1 - Waldomaths
- Review: Fractions

- No class due to Carnival

- Negative Numbers
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 37 #49,
- p.38 Test 4,
- p.30-40 Ex29 (even)

- Negative Numbers
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 37 #49,
- p.38 Test 4,
- p.30-40 Ex29 (even)

- Diagnostic in Mathematics

- Fronter Introduction

- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
- Recommended Exercises: p. 20-4 odd
- Video: Converting Mixed Number to Improper Fraction

- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
- Recommended Exercises: p. 20-4 odd
- Video: Converting Mixed Number to Improper Fraction

- Fronter Introduction

- Whole and Decimal Numbers
- Arithmetic without a calculator
- Long division
- Simple Fraction arithmetic
- Recommended Exercises: p. 12-13 "Crossnumbers" (handed out since neither class has received books as of yet)

- CourseSyllabus - The general information published by the Swedish National Board of Education for what is to be included in Mathematics A
- SubjectSyllabus - The general information published by the Swedish National Board of Education for what is to be included in Mathematics courses.