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# Year 9

AQA GCSE Mathematics (4360) and GCSE Statistics (4310) Route Map – Higher Tier [Year 9]. Year 9. Holiday. November Examinations. Holiday. Holiday. Holiday. March Examinations. Holiday. Holiday. Holiday. Indices &amp; Standard Form. Ratio &amp; Proportion. Number.

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1. AQA GCSE Mathematics (4360) and GCSE Statistics (4310) Route Map – Higher Tier [Year 9] Year 9 Holiday November Examinations Holiday Holiday Holiday March Examinations Holiday Holiday Holiday Indices & Standard Form Ratio & Proportion Number Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae Sequences Fractions, Decimals & Percentages June Examinations June Examinations Surds Linear Equations & Simultaneous Equations Coordinates and Graphs Year 10

2. AQA GCSE Mathematics (4360) and GCSE Statistics (4310) Route Map – Higher Tier [Year 10] Year 10 Year 10 Holiday November Examinations REVISION Quadratic Equations Inequalities in 1 & 2 Variables Algebraic Proof REVISION SIT UNIT 2 Holiday Holiday Intro to Data Handling Cycle & Types of Date Statistical Measures (Spread and Skew) Scatter Graphs Time Series Data Collection Methods Sampling Methods Statistical Measures (Averages) Holiday • Recap (Number): Include the following (emphasis on calculator methods) • Fractions and Decimals • 2) Percentages 3) Ratio and • Proportion Other methods of Data Representation Data Handling Cycle/ CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT WRITTEN ASSESSMENT/ Indices and Rates March Examinations Holiday Holiday Holiday REVISION Probability Miscellaneous Work REVISION June Examinations June Examinations Properties of Angles and Shapes SIT UNIT 1 / REVISION FOR STATS SIT STATISTICS EXAM Year 9 Year 11

3. AQA GCSE Mathematics (4360) and GCSE Statistics (4310) Route Map – Higher Tier [Year 11] Year 11 Holiday Number, Fractions, Decimals, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae Trial & Improvement Equations and their Applications Coordinates & Graphs November Examinations Holiday Holiday Reflections, Rotations, Translations & Enlargements; Congruence & Similarity Quadratic Graphs & other Graphs Modelling Real Situations; Transformation of Functions Perimeter, Area and Volume Measures Pythagoras’ Theorem Holiday 2D Representations of 3D Shapes; Drawing & Constructing Shapes; Loci Circle Theorems Geomet-rical Proof Circle Theorems; Geometrical Proof Trigonometry Trigonometry Vectors REVISION March Examinations Holiday Holiday Holiday REVISION REVISION June Examinations June Examinations Year 10

4. View next page Unit 2 – Number (Slide 1 of 3)

5. View next page Unit 2 – Number (Slide 2 of 3)

6. Unit 2 – Number (Slide 3 of 3)

7. View next page Unit 2 – Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae (Slide 1 of 2)

8. Unit 2 – Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae (Slide 2 of 2)

9. Unit 2 – Sequences

10. View next page Unit 2 – Fractions, Decimals and Percentages (Slide 1 of 2)

11. Unit 2 – Indices and Standard Form

12. Unit 2 – Ratio and Proportion

13. View next page Unit 2 – Coordinates & Graphs (Slide 1 of 3)

14. View next page Unit 2 – Coordinates & Graphs (Slide 2 of 3)

15. Unit 2 – Coordinates & Graphs (Slide 3 of 3)

16. Unit 2 – Linear Equations and Simultaneous Equations

17. Unit 2 – Surds

18. Unit 2 – Quadratic Equations

19. Unit 2 – Inequalities in 1 and 2 Variables

20. Unit 2 – Algebraic Proof

21. Unit 1 – Introduction to Data Handling Cycle & Types of Data (Slide 1 of 2) NB: Both issues are key to success in Statistics but can probably be covered in one lesson at Higher. Fuller consideration of the Data Handling Cycle can be given prior to the Controlled Assessment. This section covers pages 7 and 8 in the Statistics specification up to Obtaining Data.

22. View previous page Unit 1 – Introduction to Data Handling Cycle & Types of Data (Slide 2 of 2)

23. Unit 1 – Data Collection Methods (Slide 1 of 3) NB: This section covers pages 8 to 11in the Statistics specification, from Obtaining Data up to Diagrammatic Representation but excluding Sampling.

24. View previous page Unit 1 – Data Collection Methods (Slide 2 of 3)

25. View previous page Unit 1 – Data Collection Methods (Slide 3 of 3) (Slide 3 of 3)

26. Unit 1 – Sampling Methods NB: This covers the Sampling section on page 9 in the Statistics specification.

27. Unit 1 – Statistical Measures: Averages NB: It is perfectly possible to combine the separated sections on Statistical measures and deliver all at once if desired. This section covers Measures of Location on page 13 in the Statistics specification.

28. Unit 1 – Statistical Measures: Spread and Skew (Slide 1 of 2) NB: This section covers Measure of Spread on page 13/14 in the Statistics specification (box and whisker plots and outliers can be covered as well here).

29. View previous page Unit 1 – Statistical Measures: Spread and Skew (Slide 2 of 2)

30. Continued on next page Unit 1 – Scatter Graphs (Slide 1 of 2) NB: This section covers Correlation and Regression on pages 15/16 in the Statistics specification and includes calculating Spearman’s values (and awareness of PMCC but not calculating values for it).

31. View previous page Unit 1 – Scatter Graphs (Slide 2 of 2)

32. Unit 1 – Time Series NB: This section covers Time Series on pages 14/15 in the Statistics specification. This would also be an opportune time to cover ‘Z charts’ but will require cumulative frequency covering first. Thus this week may join into the next period of three weeks.

33. Unit 1 – Other Methods of Data Representation (Slide 1 of 3) NB: A three week period (but see above) to cover most of the other diagrammatical methods required, excluding those which are stand-alone and are covered in Miscellaneous Work. This section covers Diagrammatic Representation on pages 11/12 in the Statistics specification.

34. Continued on next page View previous page Unit 1 – Other Methods of Data Representation (Slide 2 of 3)

35. View previous page Unit 1 – Other Methods of Data Representation (Slide 3 of 3)

36. Continued on next page Unit 1 – Fractions and Decimals (Slide 1 of 3)

37. Continued on next page Unit 1 – Fractions and Decimals (Slide 2 of 3)

38. View previous page Unit 1 – Fractions and Decimals (Slide 3 of 3)

39. Continued on next page Unit 1 – Percentages (Slide 1 of 2)

40. View previous page Unit 1 – Percentages (Slide 2 of 2)

41. Unit 1 – Ratio and Proportion

42. Unit 1 – Indices and Rates NB: This 45 written test based on the students’ Controlled Assessments requires one lesson so the other two can be used for teaching Indices and Rates. This section covers Other Summary Statistics on page 14 in the Statistics specification and should also include a brief mention of GDP and output gap charts.

43. Unit 1 – Probability This section covers the section on Probability on pages 16/17 in the Statistics specification.

44. Continued on next page View next page Unit 1 – Miscellaneous Work: Suggested topics to cover(Slide 1 of 2) NB: Some small parts of the Statistics specification that don’t really fit anywhere else can be covered here, or you may feel there is a different time that some of these might be covered. There is also spare time left should these take more than one week. The suggested topics for here are quality assurance (page 15); choropleth maps (page 11); misuse of scales, area or volume in diagrams (page 12), estimation (page 16) and simulation (page 10). You may still have to cover standardised scores (page 14) if you did not include it in the week on spread.

45. View previous page Unit 1 – Miscellaneous Work: Suggested topics to cover (Slide 2 of 2)

46. Unit 3 – Properties of Angles and Shapes (Slide 1 of 4)

47. View previous page Unit 3 – Properties of Angles and Shapes (Slide 2 of 4)

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