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Ref | Topic | Website | Corbett Maths Clip No. |

1 | Master your times tables from 1 x 1 to 12 x 12 | Times Tables | 204a |

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Ref | Topic | Maths Watch Clip No. | Corbett Maths Clip No. | Cambridge Chpt. No. |

2 | Practise using and applying written and mental methods of addition | 17 | 6 | Foundation 1.1a & c |

3 | Practise using and applying written and mental methods of subtraction | 18 | 304 | Foundation 1.1a & c |

4 | Practise using and applying written and mental methods of multiplication | 19 | 199-200 | Foundation 1.1b & d |

5 | Practise using and applying written and mental methods of division | 20 | 98 & 103 | Foundation 1.1b & d |

6 | Practise rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 | 31 | 276-277b | Foundation 12.1a |

7 | Practise rounding numbers to 1, 2 and 3 decimal places | 32 | 278 | Foundation 12.1b |

8 | Practise rounding numbers to 1, 2 and 3 significant figures | 90 | 279a | Foundation 12.1c |

9 | Practise converting between fractions decimals, decimals and percentages | 85 | 121-130 | Foundation 13.1 |

10 | Practise simplifying and calculating with ratios | 38 & 106 | 269-271 | Foundation 26 |

11 | Practise plotting coordinates accurately in all 4 quadrants | 8 | 84-85 | N/A |

12 | Practise finding the midpoint of a line segment | 133 | 87 | N/A |

13 | Practise drawing a linear graph from an equation | 96 | 186-187 | Foundation 28.1 |

14 | Practise finding the equation of a linear graph | 159a | 191-194 | Foundation 28.2d & e |

15 | Practise finding the equation of a linear graph given the coordinates of 2 points on the line | 159b | 195 | Foundation 28.4a |

16 | Practise finding the equation of a line parallel to another passing through a particular point | 159b | 196 | Foundation 28.3 |

17 | Practise finding the equation of a line perpendicular to another passing through a particular point | 208 | 197 | Higher 29.3 |

18 | Practise identifying the important features of a quadratic graph | 160 | 265 | Higher 39.2b |

19 | Practise finding the equation of a circle when the centre is the origin | 197 | 12 | Higher 39.5 |

20 | Practise finding the equation of a circle when the centre is not the origin | YouTube ‘Coordinate Geometry : Equation of a circle’ | ||

21 | Practise finding the radius of a circle from its equation (including surds) | 197 | N/A | Higher 39.5 |

22 | Practise finding the equation of the tangent to a circle | 208 | 372 | Higher 39.5 |

23 | Practise using vectors to construct geometric arguments and proofs | 219 | 353 | Higher 32.3 |

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Ref | Topic | Resources | |

24 | Practise differentiating an equation and identifying maximum and minimum points (Further Maths) | YouTube ‘Differentiation : How to Find Stationary Points’ | Worksheet 9 – Coordinate Geometry – Calculus |

25 | Practise finding the equation of a tangent and a normal (Further Maths) | YouTube ‘Differentiation : Tangents and Normals’ | |

26 | Practise transforming matrices (Further Maths) | Matrices 1 worksheet | Matrices 2 worksheet |

27 | Practise Integrating an equation (Additional Maths) | YouTube ‘What is integration? Introduction’
YouTube ‘OCR FSMQ Additional Mathematics – Lesson 13: Integration’ |

Guidance for working with Maths Watch, Corbett Maths and Cambridge Maths,

**Maths Watch**

1) Go to www.vle.mathswatch.co.uk, then sign in using the login details stuck in your planner

2) Click on the ‘Videos’ link on the menu at the top of the screen

3) Select ‘GCSE’ in the ‘Qualifications’ drop down box

4) Type the number of the clip you want to find into the ‘Search’ box then click on the topic name in the ‘Choose Clip’ box

5) Watch the video (pausing at regular intervals) and record key notes and examples in an exercise book or on a revision card

6) Pause the video to complete the practise questions when instructed to do so then mark your answers making sure you try to understand where you have gone wrong on any answered incorrectly

7) Once complete, click on the orange ‘Interactive Questions’ button above the video to access the online questions

8) Complete each question, submit your answers as you go and try to correct any you get wrong

9) Once complete click on the ‘Return to videos’ link

10) Click on the ‘Worksheet’ link above the video, print this out (or complete it on paper) then hand your sheet in to your teacher for marking

**Corbett Maths**

1) Go to https://corbettmaths.com/contents/

2) Scroll down to the video number you want to find

3) Click on the ‘Video …’ link next to the topic name

4) Watch the video (pausing at regular intervals) and record key notes and examples in an exercise book or on a revision card

5) Once complete, go back to the ‘Contents’ page which should still be open on another tab

6) Click on the ‘Practise Questions’ link to open the practise questions workbook

7) Print this out (or complete it on paper)

8) Go back to the ‘Contents’ page (you will need to click ‘Back’ on the browser)

9) Scroll downwards until you see the bright pink link labelled ‘Click here for answers’

10) Find the appropriate answer book, open it up, mark your work then bring in any questions you are unsure about to show your teacher for further support

**Cambridge Maths**

1) Go to https://gcsemaths.cambridge.org/, then sign in using the login details stuck in your planner

2) If you are asked to input a new password enter Penrice1234 in both boxes, complete the other required information, accept the terms and conditions and click ‘Submit’

3) Select ‘AQA Higher’ or ‘AQA Foundation’ at the top right of the screen

4) Click on the correct chapter number in the box on the left, then on the correct section number on the right

5) Read through the topic information section on the right-hand side of the scree

6) Record key notes and examples in an exercise book or on a revision card

7) Click on the ‘Resources’, ‘Walkthrough’ and ‘Scorcher’ links on the blue bar and work through each of the activities

8) Click on the ‘Questions’ link on the blue bar then complete the questions in ‘Recall’ and ‘Core’ sections

9) For an additional challenge complete the questions in the ‘Skills +’ and ‘Challenge’ sections

10) Write down any questions you struggled with along with all your workings then bring these in to show your teacher for further support