This topic is on compound measures which consists on speed, density, limits of accuracy, including upper and lower bounds.
Firstly there are examples and videos on compound measures (speed and density) by clicking this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/zpydmp3/revision Then there is work on this by clicking this link 75_compound-measures.
Then watch these videos on limits of accuracy. They are videos 184 and 185 on this website http://corbettmaths.com/contents/97
Here is the work on accuracy upper-and-lower-bounds
the first part is on time, timetables and scales. Watch the videos 284, 320 and 322 on http://corbettmaths.com/contents/. There are practise questions linked to these also. They need to be printed out first or completed on paper. Here is the to the work sheets: https://corbettmaths.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/timetables-pdf.pdf
The next part is on metric units and imperial units. Watch videos 347, 348a, 348b, 348c, 349a, 349b, 349c, 349d, 349e, 349f, 350 and 352 at http://corbettmaths.com/contents Then complete the worksheets on this link http://corbettmaths.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/metric-units-pdf.pdf
The final part is on compound measures. This is on speed and density. The are examples and a video on bbc bitesize. Click on this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/zpydmp3/revision75_
Click on this link for Questions on this topic compound-measures.
This is two weeks work of work on this topic of measures
Topic 2 is on Time. This is the actual lessons that were used in class by me Time. Use this to help and have a go at the examples. After Time 1 in the powerpoint, have a go at these two excecises by clicking these two links analogue clocks calendar questions.
After Time 2 have a go at this Task on time
After Time 3 have a go at this task Time problems.
Completed all tasks and having a go at all examples on problems on the powerpoint should cover approximately 3-5 lessons.
This work is on ratio and proportion, which goes from grade D to A. Here is a powerpoint which goes through ratio and proportion, including inverse proportion. There are examples and interactive activities to have a go at along the way. N6 Ratio and proportion.
Then there are some exercises to have a go at. First Have a go at pages 35 and 36 from this pack. Then the next exercise from pages 11 to 16 on direct and inverse proportion and variation .
If you need additional support go to this website http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/directly-inversely-proportional.html://, where there are further explanations and examples for higher level proportion.
Our first topic in Maths is Ratio and Proportion. Attached is a powerpoint covering all aspects of the topic which you need for the functional skills course and for GCSE. Their are examples and interactive problems as well as tasks. Slides 8, 23 and 46 have tasks for you to do. One for each lesson in the order I’ve written them. You can change the numbers by clicking the curved arrow and create new sets of questions. Here is the link to the powerpoint N8 Ratio and proportion.
For extension work go to page 5 titled Ratio Revision Questions in this pack
The first two weeks worth of lesson on ratio and proportion. First have a go at the Ratios simplest form (powerpoint), then Ratio one part known (powerpoint) and then Ratios dividing into amounts (powerpoint). They have examples and tasks with extension tasks. Complete on paper.Then complete work on proportion by going to page 11 and 12 on this link.. Once complete click on the ratio assessment icon and have a go at the assessment. This is the first 2 weeks worth of lessons
Ratio one known part C grade Ratios dividing into amounts C grade Ratios simplest form E-C Ratio Assessment