Curriculum Map A Level Maths Edexcel Statement of

Curriculum Map A Level Maths Edexcel Statement of

Curriculum Map A Level Maths Edexcel Statement of intent Key Stage: 5 Subject: Maths Academic Year: 2019-20 Mathematics is a creative and highly inter-connected discipline that has been developed over centuries, providing the solution to some of historys most intriguing problems. It is essential to everyday life, critical to science, technology and engineering, and necessary for financial literacy and most forms of employment. A high-quality mathematics education therefore provides a foundation for understanding the world, the ability to reason mathematically, an appreciation of the beauty and power of mathematics, and a sense of enjoyment and curiosity about the subject. The A Level Mathematics course at Canons is based on the builds on the skills, knowledge and understanding set out in the whole GCSE subject content for mathematics and the subject content for the Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced GCE Mathematics qualifications. Assessments will be designed to reward students for demonstrating the ability to provide responses that draw together different areas of their knowledge, skills and understanding from across the full course of study for the AS further mathematics qualification and also from across the AS Mathematics qualification. Problem solving, proof and mathematical modelling will be assessed in further mathematics in the context of the wider knowledge which students taking A level further mathematics will have studied. Curriculum Overview Key Stage: 5 Subject: Maths Year Unit content Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring1 Year 12 Unit content Unit 1 ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS Algebraic expressions basic algebraic manipulation, indices and surds Unit 2 Coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane Straight-line graphs, parallel/perpendi cular, length and area problems Unit 4 Trigonometry Unit 6 Differentiation Paper 1: Core Pure Mathematics 1 Paper 2: Core Pure Mathematics 2 Quadratic functions factorising, solving, graphs and the discriminants Equations quadratic/linear simultaneous Inequalities linear and quadratic (including graphical solutions) Graphs cubic, quartic and reciprocal Assessment Students will be tested on their ability to: AO1: Use and apply standard techniques. AO2: Reason, interpret and communicate mathematically AO3: Solve problems within mathematics and in other contexts

Bridging Work Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Unit 3 Further algebra Algebraic division, factor theorem and proof Trigonometric ratios and graphs Unit 5 Vectors 2D Definitions, magnitude/direction , addition and scalar multiplication The binomial expansion Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Academic Year 2019-20 Definition, differentiating polynomials, second derivatives Summer 1 Summer 2 Unit 8 Exponentials and logarithms: Exponential functions and natural logarithms Revision Topic Based Practice Papers Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Mocks Paper 1 and 2 Begin Y13 UNIT 1 Statistical Sampling Unit 7 Integration Definition as opposite of differentiation, indefinite integrals of xn Definite integrals and areas under curves Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Curriculum Overview

Key Stage: Subject: Academic Year 2019-20 Year Unit content Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring1 Summer 1 Summe r2 Year 13 Unit content UNIT 1 Statistical Sampling Introduction to sampling terminology; Advantages and disadvantages of sampling Understand and use sampling techniques; UNIT 2 Data representation and interpretation Calculation and interpretation of measures of location; Calculation and interpretation of measures of variation; Understand and use coding Interpret diagrams for single-variable data; Unit 3Probability: Mutually exclusive events; Independent events Unit 4 Statistical distributions: Use discrete distributions to model real-world situations; Identify the discrete uniform distribution; Calculate probabilities using the binomial distribution Unit 5 Statistical hypothesis testing Language of hypothesis testing; Significance levels Carry out hypothesis tests involving the binomial distribution UNIT 6 Quantities and units in mechanics Introduction to mathematical modelling and standard S.I. units of length, time and mass Definitions of force, velocity, speed, acceleration and weight and displacement ; Vector and scalar quantities Unit 7 Kinematics 1 (constant acceleration) Graphical representation of velocity, acceleration and displacement Motion in a

straight line under constant acceleration; suvat formulae for constant acceleration; Vertical motion under gravity Kinematics 2 (variable acceleration) Revision Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4 Bridging Work Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Paper 3: Further Mathematics Paper 4: Further Mathematics Assessment AO1: Use and apply standard techniques. AO2: Reason, interpret and communicate mathematically AO3: Solve problems within mathematics and in other contexts Variable force; Calculus to determine rates of change for kinematics Use of integration for kinematics problems i.e. Unit 8 Forces & Newtons laws Newtons first law, force diagrams, Newtons second law, F = ma Practice questions End of chapter assessment and feed forward Consolidation questions at the end of every lesson Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4

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