## Summer 2019 Resources

year_7_revision_list_2019.docx | |

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year_7_revision_pack__summer.docx | |

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## Order of topicsAutumn Term 1Arithmetic- The number line, in particular negative numbers - Place value - Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division - Order of operations Squares, Cubes and roots, multiples and factors- Square numbers and cube numbers - Square roots and cube roots - Odd, even and prime numbers, factors and multiples - Prime factors, common factors and common multiples - Highest Common Factors (HCF) and Lowest Common Multiples (LCM) Fractions- Order fractions using a common denominator - Equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions - Mixed numbers and improper fractions - Add and subtract fractions - Convert a fraction to a decimal or a percentage - Multiplying by 1/a is the same as dividing by a - Multiply and divide a given fraction by an integer, by a unit fraction and by a general fraction |
Autumn Term 1Decimals- Order decimals, including negative decimals - Convert a terminating decimal to a fraction or a percentage Rounding- Round integers to nearest 10, 100, 1000... - Rounding to significant figures or decimal places - Estimating and approximating - Upper and lower bounds Simplifying expressions- Symbols may be used to represent numbers in equations or variables in expressions and formulae - Algebraic expressions follow the rules of arithmetic - Index notation for positive integer powers - Collect like terms - Multiply a single term over a bracket - Take out single common factors |

Spring Term 1Writing formulas- Substitute into expressions and formulae - Use formulae from mathematics and other real-life contexts Constructions- Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre - Construct triangles and other two dimensional shapes using a combination of a ruler, a protractor and compasses - Solve problems using scale drawings - Perpendicular bisector - Angle bisector Solving equations- Solve linear equations, with integer or fractional coefficients - Solve linear equations where the unknown appears either on one side or one both sides - Set up simple linear equations from given data Ratio and proportion- Ratio notation - Reducing a ration to its simplest form - Proportion |
Spring Term 2Straight line graphs Cartesian coordinates- - Plot points (x, y) in any of the four quadrants - Find the coordinates of a point given on the graph - Draw and interpret straight line graph - Find the gradient of a straight line - y = mx + c are straight line graphs, where m is the gradient and c is the y intercept - Plot graphs of linear functions Angles and 2D shapescute, obtuse, reflex and right angles- A - Angles about a point add to 360 degrees - Opposite angles at a cross are equal - Alternate angles are equal - Corresponding angles are equal - Angles in a triangle add to 180 degrees - Isosceles, equilateral and right-angled triangles JMC preparation |

Summer Term 1Triangles and quadrilaterals- Recognise and give the names of polygons - Properties of the parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, trapezium and kite Angles and 2D shapes- Angles in a quadrilateral add to 360 degrees - Interior and exterior angles of regular polygons - Angle sum of polygons Material up to this point will be covered in the end of year exam. Exam preparationExam week |
Summer Term 2Sequences- Generate terms of a sequence using term-to term and position-to-term definitions of the sequence - Find subsequent terms of an integer sequence and the role for generating it - Describe the nth term of an arithmetic sequence Averages and range- Understand the concept of average - Calculate the mean, median, mode and range for a listed data set |