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A Level Maths | Year 1 | Remote Learning Page

To quickly access this page directly, you can use the following link: parkermaths.com/remotelearning

Remote Learning Introduction.

TL;DR - Two maths lectures a week covering the end of Y12 and start of Y13 (plus lots of other weekly tasks) - Click here.

This page contains some of the weekly tasks that year 12 students at Bilborough College are completing for remote learning. They aren't perfect, but we do generally get good results (ALPS 2), so feel free to use them.

We am providing two 90-minute lectures per week (Tuesday and Fridays at 1.30pm) to our students. These will be finishing off the year 1 content and the later in the year making a start on the year two content. There are links below to the video feeds (or you can simply load them from YouTube.com/ParkerMaths). These lectures will be used in combination with videos set for flipped learing, which will be used as a 'first look' at each topic. The lectures do not need to be watched live.

During the lectures, feel free to email me with questions (admin@parkermaths.com), but questions from my own students will obviously take priority.


TEACHERS - click here for further ideas on using this page to provide remote learning for students.


STUDENTS - Click the "Weekly Tasks" link below to get started.

Quick Links:

Weekly Tasks

Lesson Resources (Class PowerPoints from Previous Lessons)

Practice Exam Papers

Revision Websites

Exam Technique and Revision Strategies



Weekly Tasks

WC 23-3-20 (Week 1)

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Note: Week 1 is the same as Week 24 for Bilborough College Students.

WC 30-3-20 (Week 2)

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Note: Week 2 is the same as Week 25 for Bilborough College Students.

WC 20-4-20 (Week 3)

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Note: Week 3 is the same as Week 26 for Bilborough College Students.

WC 4-5-20 (Week 4)

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Note: Week 4 is the same as Week 27 for Bilborough College Students.

WC 11-5-20 (Week 5)

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Note: Week 5 is the same as Week 28 for Bilborough College Students.

WC 27-34-20 (Week 6)

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Note: Week 6 is the same as Week 29 for Bilborough College Students.

 

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Lesson Resources

Useful General Resources

Formula Booklet (A-Level Mathematics)


Index Cards:


Pure Mathematics

Coordinate Geometry: PowerPoint | Printed Notes Sheet (2018 version)

Surds and Indices: PowerPoint | Printed Notes Sheet (2018 version)

Algebra and Functions

Trigonometry: PowerPoint (2018 version)

Exponentials and Logarithms: PowerPoint | Printed Notes 1 | Printed Notes 2 (2018 version)

Differentiation: PowerPoint | Printed Notes 1 | Printed Notes 2 (2018 version)

Integration: PowerPoint (2018 version)

Proof: PowerPoint (2018 version)

Shading Inequalities / Proportion: PowerPoint

Mechanics

Vectors: PowerPoint | Notes (2018 version)

Kinematics 1 (Constant Acceleration): PowerPoint | Printed Notes Sheets (2018 version)

Forces: PowerPoint | Printed Notes (2018 version)

Connected Particles: PowerPoint (2018 version)

Kinematics 2 (Variable Acceleration): PowerPoint (2018 version)

Statistics

Probability and Statistical Distributions: PowerPoint | Printed Notes (2018 version)

Hypothesis Testing: PowerPoint (2018 version)

Sampling: PowerPoint (2018 version)

Data Presentation and Interpretation:



Practice Exam Papers

AQA

Sample Paper 1: Paper | Mark Scheme

Sample Paper 2: Paper | Mark Scheme

AQA Practice Papers 1&2 (these are not publicly available - ask your teacher)

OCR

Sample Paper 1: Paper and Mark Scheme

Sample Paper 2: Paper and Mark Scheme

June 2018: Paper | Mark Scheme

June 2018: Paper | Mark Scheme

Practice Papers 1&2 (these are not publicly available - ask your teacher)

OCR MEI

Sample Paper 1: Paper and Mark Scheme

Sample Paper 2: Paper and Mark Scheme

Practice Papers 1&2 (these are not publicly available - ask your teacher)



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Revision Resources / Websites

Past Paper Questions By Topic

DrFrostMaths - Lots of Practice Questions

Jack Brown Videos

Exam Solutions Videos

Challenge Exam Papers (MadAsMaths)

 

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