Learn GCSE Maths in One Day - www.m4ths.com GCSE & A Level maths videos & help SECTION 1 - Learn the Basics! This video series was designed and created by Outstanding Lead Teacher of Mathematics Steve Blades. Steve has had a number of years experience with Foundation C/D borderline pupils and has made a video series to embed the bread an butter skills students need to be successful at the C grade level. This series was individually created by a teacher who is currently teaching this course day in day out rather than a company who just looked at the syllabus and made generic videos.The DVD comprises of 4 videos lasting between 1-2 hours that split the course up into (1) Number, (2) Algebra, (3) Shape & Space/Measures and (4)Handling Data (Statistics). The Idea is either to revise or power learn from the videos and explain the help sheet provided on the site and DVD. These are the BASIC skills required prior to doing exam questions and looks at each topic on the courseThe videos are not specific to one exam board so are suitable for Edexcel, OCR, AQA and WJEC.
Free A Level Maths Revision and Study Notes from MrBartonMaths Welcome to > pupils > notes for a level I have put together the following selection of excellent resources to help you prepare for your A Level exams. The notes are particaulry useful if you save them to your phone or tablet, so you have your notes with you wherever you are. Likewise, the videos take you step-by-step through exam questions. Happy revising! Please Note: Some of these resources are for specific exam boards. AQA Past Papers and full written solutions - click here Please Note: although these are for AQA, much of the content is the same as other exam boards, so you may still find them useful for extra practise Revision and Exam Tips - click here I have put together a collection of tips and advice for preparing for and sitting your exams Core 1 For more Widgits like this, click here Core 2 Core 4 <A HREF=" Statistics 1 Statistics 2 Statistics 3 Stats 3 Revision Notes from Simon Baxter at Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok Mechanics 1 Mechanics 2
Geometry Page Notes to users: Pages with a name space at the top are worksheets, those without are transparencies. Some transparencies will not make much sense without instruction. Chapters are loosely based on those used in "Discovering Geometry" by Michael Serra. The textbook has available online resources here. Some pages do not make the transition to PDF form as well as others. Online Video Lessons for virtually all of the topics found below. Defining Terms. Patterns and functions, finding the nth term, angle diagrams. (23 pages) Chapter 2: Reasoning Compass-and-Straight-Edge Geometric Constructions. (20 pages) Chapter 3: Geometric Constructions Triangle Congruence, Shortcuts, and Proofs. (23 pages) Chapter 4: Triangles Polygons and Polygon Properties. (23 pages)Chapter 5: Polygons Circles and Circle Properties. (30 pages)Chapter 6: Circles Area: Polygons, Circles, Geometric Probability, and Surface Area. The Pythagorean Theorem. Similarity. Trigonometry. Proofs. Plane Transformations.
Suffolk Maths - Promoting Excellence in Mathematics Revision Students Foundation Tier Exam Papers and Mark Schemes [Grades G to C] Spot the Mistakes These brilliant short videos were designed and written by Steve Blades to test your understanding of the concepts involved in GCSE topics. Higher Tier Exam Papers and Mark Schemes [Grades C to A*] Further Maths GCSE Further Maths Resources A-Level At St Alban's all pupils are entered for the AQA exam board for the A-Level Examinations - Syllabus Formulae Booklet My go to site has to be www.examsolutions.net as this has an extensive set of well constructed and organised tutorials - AQA Tutorials It is well worth looking at the Edexcel section [Note: Some Core 1 topics might be on Core 2 and vice versa] as this has exam papers on the right with videos showing worked solutions - Click here The Maths Teacher has tutorials, notes and an exercise on all of the key topics for AS Maths including some pre-course material - Picture on the right - Click here [@Themathsteach] Content and Revision Videos Supporting Resources
Enigma/Paper Enigma - Franklin Heath Ltd Wiki Although the Enigma cipher as a whole is quite complex (it's complexity is comparable to modern cryptographic algorithms) the individual transformations within it are relatively simple. In fact, they are simple enough that you can decipher an Enigma message with just a paper model. Our model is three-dimensional, to illustrate the wiring of a real Enigma machine. Materials Needed You will need these PDF templates printed on to 2 A4 sheets of paper, a crisp tube (75mm in diameter and at least 225mm long), clear sticky tape and a pair of scissors. Using low-tack "removable" sticky tape can make it easier to swap round and reuse the rotors if you want to do that, but it's not essential. Before you print the templates, please make sure you turn off any scaling options in your printer software so that it is printed at the exact size required. Assembling the Basic Enigma You will fasten these round the crisp tube in this order, from left to right: Using the Basic Enigma Set up: Rotor Turnover
Literacy and Numeracy A4 page borders Literacy and Maths Editable Page Borders Our collection of themed printable A4 page borders in landscape and portrait. Add your own title or text to suit your needs. All these resources are editable Alphabet pictures (Ref: SB6023) Maths - portrait (Ref: SB1210) Maths - landscape (Ref: SB1222) gdaviesmaths PUPIL GAMES Choose a topic area from the 'Book of Games' (or scroll down) General Mathematics - fun games - brain training games Simplifying expressions - solving equations - substitution Angles adding to - naming angles - loci Area, Perimeter, Volume - vocabulary and properties of 2D and 3D shapes - circles Mean, Median, Mode and Range of data Naming coordinates on a grid - one quadrant - all four quadrants - lines on a graph Ordering decimals - manipulation - multiplying / dividing by 10/100/1000 Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing - fraction of - equivalent fractions Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing negative numbers Factors, Multiples, Squares, Primes, Index Form Reading scales - ordering numbers - measurement - metric and imperial Finding change - Values Adding up to 100 - Percentage of - Increasing / Decreasing by a percentage Using the probability scale - Deal or No Deal - Play Your Cards Right - theoretical probabilities Rotations, reflections, enlargements and translations