Welcome to 2011 Archive for Year 11 Mathematics Students:

Final Focus was Year 11 NCEA EOY Exam

List of the key wiki pages Used:
91032 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Prob+Stats Chance and Data / Probability and Statistics
91027 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Algebra Algebra CAT
91028 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Graphs Tables, Graphs and Equations (Quadratics, Exponential, Gradient...)
http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Trig
AS91035 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+MV+Statistics
http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Number

Resources



http://www.scholarnet.co.nz and password from http://www.pakuranga.school.nz/login.html or http://moodle.pakuranga.school.nz/


http://www.nceax.co.nz/

End of Term 3 and All of term 4: FOCUS on Externals

Year 11 NCEA EOY Exam

There are 8 credits to go in this course

14th November: 4 on Chance and Data and 4 on Graphs

Check out http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/ncea/ncea-exams-and-portfolios/external/national-secondary-examinations-timetable
91032 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Prob+Stats Chance and Data / Probability and Statistics
91028 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Graphs Tables, Graphs and Equations (Quadratics, Exponential, Gradient...)

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ARCHIVE:

Term 3 and 4 FOCUS on CAT (Algebra Common Assessment Task) and Externals

91032 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Prob+Stats Chance and Data / Probability and Statistics
91027 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Algebra Algebra CAT
91028 http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Graphs Tables, Graphs and Equations (Quadratics, Exponential, Gradient...)

Term 3 MCAT Completed 22nd September 4 Algebra Credits

Results back in 2012
Resources used were NCEA Algebra CAT and NCEA Level 1 Algebra
and a great powerpoint stored in edmodo:Group Code: ha6npm edmodo
Once you have your logon then use it http://www.edmodo.com/

Term 2: Week 1: NCEA Number internal assessment

Click here: http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Number for information.
2nd and 3rd of May: Basic skills and Carbon Footprint practise internal.

Term 2: Week 1 to 5 (After the number Internal) is on AS91035 Multi Variate Statistics

Click here: http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+MV+Statistics for information.
Remember to work through the relevant chapter/s of your workbook, like we did in term 1 for number (see below).

Term 2: Week 5 to 8 Algebra

http://2011mathsvideo.wikispaces.com/ and
http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Algebra

Term 2: Week 8 to 11 Trig

http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/NCEA+Level+1+Trig

Additional sources of information:

www.studyit.org.nz [great source of NCEA material]
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/ncea/ [ncea site]
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/ncea/ncea-subject-resources/ncea-study-resource-mathematics/level-1/ [ncea maths level 1]
http://www.tki.org.nz/e/community/ncea/maths-lvl1.php

Website: www.scholarnet.co.nz
Username: sch_PAKUC
P/w: stored in http://paknet.pakuranga.school.nz/ClassSpace/7799/

For interested students:
http://www.geogebra.org/cms/ [nice free software - graphing]

Term 1: Welcome to Year 11 Students

By the end of term one I expect all students to have completed their workbook pages 1 through to 25 (or 23 in some).
You are expected to:
- Mark as you go to ensure you are practising the correct skills.
- Read the notes and highlight them in a way that helps you.
- Do ALL of the examples, redo the ones you got wrong.
- Ask me for extra examples and explainations if you are struggling with a concept.
- Help fellow students.
- Ask for help from fellow students and me when you need it.
- Work through the book in class as well as at home (this involves transporting your book to and from school).
- Add additional notes that help you make sense of the content.
- Monitor your progress in order to ensure you complete the work in time.
- Understand that the number internal assessment that is worth NCEA credits happens at the start of term 2, so completing the pages before the test is in your best interests.
- Understand that the number NCEA internal assessment is focused on fractions, decimals, percentages and ratio.
- To work productively, engaged in mathematical learning, in class time and for 30minutes a day at home (on average).

http://www.mathplayground.com/numberballs.html (we like)
Relating maths to everyday life http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/Auckland+Half+Marathon

http://www2.careers.govt.nz/tools/where-to/where-to-mathematics/