Example of simplifying expressions This is sometimes called collecting like terms. Note we do not use multiplication signs: 4 x p is written as 4p 1) a a a = 3a (this means 3 lots of a) 2) a 4a 3a = 8a 3) 5b 4a - 2b 5a = 9a 3b (a’s a

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Example of simplifying ratios This skill is very similar to simplifying / cancelling down fractions that we saw in year 7. We need to nd the highest common factor of the numbers, and divide by it. a, 12:20 The biggest number that ts into 12 and 20

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Example of discrete data and bar charts Opportunity to consolidate skills Copy and complete the following tables and draw a suitable bar chart to display the data. Year 8 Module 3 - Collecting and Representing Data Supporting Maths at Home

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Example of place value Sometimes we need to write the value of a specic digit in a number. This can be in words, gures or as a fraction. Example, write down the value of the digit 9 in each of these numbers: 4593 - 90 or ninety or nine tens 7.92 - nine tenths or 9/10 49.32 - nine or nine units or 9 0.892 - nine hundredths or 9/100 Opportunity to consolidate skills Simplify Write down the value of the digit 5 in these numbers: 1, 902.5 2, 53.2 3, 809.951 Write down the value of the digit 6 in these numbers: 4, 76 5, 0.006 6, 60.05 Write down the value of the digit 7 in these numbers: 7, 782.1 8, 9.78 9, 902718 Year 8 Module 1 - Fractions, Decimals, Percentages Supporting Maths at Home

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Learn ‘ AFOREST’ so that you can impress an examiner by using some appropriate techniques in your writing: A lliteration F acts and gures O pinions (experts, role models or your own) R hetorical questions or R epetition E motive language S peaking directly to the reader/audience T ripling (rule of 3) Remember: Past papers from before January 2014 will have different timings and formats. Use them to practise the reading and writing skills but don’t forget the differences. English GCSE Revision Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive Unit 2 - Thursday 15th January 2015 • Read! Travel guides, newspaper articles, leaets, magazines, reviews and web-pages. You will be asked to read and write non-ction texts in Unit 2 so it is important you read as many examples as you can and consider their PALL (purpose, audience, language and layout). • Use past papers to practise Section A answers in 15 minutes . Remember track and range , aim for at least 8 separate points per 10 mark answer. • Practise planning and writing in timed conditions, 45 minutes . Remember it needs to be a minimum of 450 words for a C.

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Example of nding a fraction of a quantity To nd ½ of a quantity we divide by 2. To nd ⅓ of a quantity we divide by 3. We divide by the number on the bottom (the denominator) Find ¼ of 20 20 ÷ 4 = 5 What if there is a number other than 1 on the top? To nd 2/5 of a quantity we divide by 5 then multiply by 2 To nd 5/7 of a quantity we divide by 7 then multiply by 5 Find ¾ of 32 32 ÷ 4 = 8 (this is ¼ of 32) 8 x 3 = 24 (this is ¾ of 32) Opportunity to consolidate skills 1, ½ of 24 2, ⅓ of 12 3, ¼ of 28 4, ⅛ of 24 5, 1/7 of 42 6, 1/9 of 54 7, ⅔ of 15 8, 3/5 of 20 9, 2/7 of 28 10, 4/9 of 27 11, ⅝ of 48 12, 7/10 of 30 Year 7 Module 5 - Fractions Supporting Maths at Home Divide by the bottom Times by the top

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Example of skills needed This module of work is aimed at giving out students an insight into how Maths is used in the real world. It is predominantly focussed on nance in year 7. There is substantial information available on the internet that can help pupils in this module. Some useful links are found below: http://www.everyschool.co.uk/pshe-key-stage-2-personal- nance.html http://www.pfeg.org/resources/details/barclays-money-skills- key-stage-2 Opportunity to consolidate skills - denitions What is a bank account? What is the difference between a current account and a savings account? What is prot? How do you calculate prot? Year 7 Module 4 - Real Life Maths Supporting Maths at Home

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Example of angles These types of angles and lines need to be remembered Take time to revise them. Use of a protractor is also important. You need to be able to measure and draw angles. Opportunity to consolidate skills Draw the following angles accurately: 60° 45° 85° 15° 23° 105° 130° 175° 10° 210° 350° 260° Year 7 Module 3 - Introduction to Shape Supporting Maths at Home

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Example of multiples The multiples of a number are the answers to that numbers multiplication table. For example: The rst six multiples of 3 are: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 The multiples of 6 between 20 and 40 are: 24, 30, 36 Opportunity to consolidate skills 1, Find the rst ve multiples of the following numbers: 4 7 5 12 60 230 2, Name three multiples that 4 and 5 have in common. 3, Name the lowest multiple that 6 and 8 have in common. 4, Write down all the multiples of 8 between 30 and 50 Year 7 Module 2 - Numbers/Types/Patterns Supporting Maths at Home

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Example of addition Example of subtraction Opportunity to consolidate skills Work out the following using the above written method: 1, 67 82 2, 273 84 3, 263 3749 4, 367 92 34 5, 36762 482 6, 3628 21 57576 7, 267 - 28 8, 2627 - 839 9, 700 - 163 10, 8729 - 748 11, 92782 - 978 12, 7929 829 - 378 Check your answers using a calculator Year 7 Module 1 - Place Value and the Four Rules Supporting Maths at Home

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