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A1
Learners interpret multiple representations of algebraic expressions: words, symbols, tables of values, and area diagrams. - PDF (175Kb)
C  
A2
Learners create and solve their own equations by transforming both sides of an equation. They then resolve mistakes and inconsistencies. - PDF (139Kb)
C  
A3
Learners create and solve their own equations by transforming both sides of an equation. They then resolve mistakes and inconsistencies.The equations in this session may have the unknown on both sides of the equation.The computer programs Balance 1, Balance 2 and Cover up provide optional further experiences for this lesson. - PDF (216Kb)
C  
 
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A4
Learners evaluate generalisations, classifying algebraic statements into three categories: always true (identities), sometimes true (equations), or never true (inequations). - PDF (247Kb)
B/C  
A5
Learners generate and explore distance time graphs. - PDF (802Kb)
C  
 
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A6
Learners interpret representations of motion: words, graphs and tables. Learners develop relationships between speed and gradient. Acceleration and deceleration are discussed. - PDF (717Kb)
C  
A7
Learners classify graphs, equations and tables according to whether they show linear, quadratic, inverse functions.The computer program Machines provides optional further experiences for this lesson. - PDF (258Kb)
C  
 
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A8
Starting with an examination question, learners create and solve their own questions. - PDF (164Kb)
B/C  
A9
Learners analyse simple number 'tricks', and explain how they work, using algebra. They then try to create their own variants of the trick, making it more impressive. - PDF (123Kb)
B/C  
 
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A10
Learners classify straight lines according to different properties and make generalisations about perpendicular and parallel lines. - PDF (184Kb)
D  
A11
Learners make connections between cubic functions, their graphs and linear factors. They make generalisations about factorising cubic functions. - PDF (180Kb)
D  
A12
Learners classify trigonometric functions according to transformations from y = sinx and y = cosx, and according to period and amplitude.They make connections between the transformed functions and their graphs. - PDF (197Kb)
D  
A13
Learners evaluate statements about logarithms, practise using the laws of logarithms and make algebraic generalisations from the results obtained. - PDF (303Kb)
D  
A14
Learners describe and make comparisons between graphs. They investigate parametric graphs and match them to their equations. - PDF (245Kb)
D