Early introduction to basic GCSE Maths Topics for Age 12 - 16.
In this Ongoing course we will follow the British Mathematics Curriculum for years 9, 10 & 11
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How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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This is an ongoing course that will study the British Curriculum for Year 9 - approx. age 13 (Transition year from Key Stage 3 into Key Stage 4), and continue through the GCSE Key Stage 4 course. It is a loop course to help prepare for the GCSE examinations. This class will be taught as a mini-classroom environment where the material will be taught by PowerPoint. There will be plenty of explained examples, and time for pupils to ask quick questions for clarification and to aid understanding...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn to meet the objectives of the British School Curriculum for Year 9 (age 13).
Homework will be made available at the end of each week and will be using an online platform which marks immediately.
Paper/exercise book/notebook to write on and make notes. A calculator. (Scientific preferred) Maths equipment: Protractor, Compasses, Ruler
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Some of the educational mathematical resources I use, and are available for pupils to use, are extremely common in UK teaching, however they may not be well known outside the UK or International British Schools network. Therefore if parents wish to check out the websites prior to their children accessing these resources, then they may feel more comfortable as to their content. The key resources I use are: www.lbq.org/task - The login for this belongs to myself (paid for). The tasks I set on this platform allow pupils to only access the question set that I create for the day. No other part of this website can be accessed by the pupils. Be aware that when pupils enter a name for the task, this data is stored for my viewing, so pupils way wish to use a non-recognisable name if they wish to appear anonymous. www.drfrostmaths.com - This will be used for resources to create powerpoints. There is also an online quiz, similar to Kahoot! No login required for pupils to access the quiz. www.Kahoot.it - Online quiz. No login required. A private licence has been paid for privately.
We will be using online resources to support learning and provide material to use.
Mathematics teacher, age 7 - 18, including GCSE, A Level, IBDP (SL&HL)
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
33 total reviews
7 completed classes
I am a qualified mathematics teacher with 17 years’ experience. I have taught across the age range from 7 – 18 in a mixture of state and private/independent day and boarding schools and am currently employed full-time in an English International...