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  • Mathematics Advance
  • Maths Extension 1
  • Standard Maths
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Course Overview

The Mathematics Advanced course is a calculus-based course focused on developing student awareness of mathematics as a unique and powerful way of viewing the world to investigate order, relation, pattern, uncertainty and generality. The course provides students with the opportunity to develop ways of thinking in which problems are explored through observation, reflection and reasoning.

The Mathematics Advanced Year 11 course content comprises five Topics, with the Topics divided into Subtopics: functions, trigonometric functions, calculus, exponential and logarithmic functions and statistical analysis.

Algebraic Techniques Linear Functions Absolute Value

Functions and relations Quadratics and polynomials Non Linear Functions Trigonometry

Further Trigonometry Introductory Calculus Application of Differentiation

Exponential and Logarithms Probability and Conditional Discrete Random Variables

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  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Indices
Week 2
Algebraic Techniques
Week 3
Surds
Week 4
Equations: Linear
Week 5
Equations: Quadratics
Week 6
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week 7
Linear Function 1
Week 8
Linear Function 2
Week 9
Absolute Values
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Functions and Relations
Week 2
Polynomials: Graph 1
Week 3
Polynomials: Graph 2
Week 4
Polynomials: Graph 3
Week 5
Graphs of Other Non linear curves
Week 6
Topics Review and Math Assessment
Week 7
Trigonometry 1
Week 8
Trigonometry 2
Week 9
Trigonometry 3
Week 10
Topics Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Further Trigonometry 1
Week 2
Further Trigonometry 2
Week 3
Further Trigonometry 3
Week 4
Topic review and Assessment
Week 5
Introductory Calculus 1
Week 6
Introductory Calculus 2
Week 7
Introductory Calculus 3
Week 8
Application of Calculus 1
Week 9
Application of Calculus 2
Week 10
Topics Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Exponential and Logarithms 1
Week 2
Exponential and Logarithms 2
Week 3
Probability 1
Week 4
Probability 2
Week 5
Topics Review and Math Assessment
Week 6
Discrete Random Variables 1
Week 7
Discrete Random Variables 2
Week 8
Discrete Random Variables 3
Week 9
Yearly Exam Preparation Practice
Week 10
Yearly Exam

Course Overview

Mathematics Extension 1 is focused on enabling students to develop a thorough understanding of and competence in further aspects of mathematics. The course provides opportunities to develop rigorous mathematical arguments and proofs, and to use mathematical models more extensively.

The Mathematics Extension 1 Year 11 course content is composed of four Topics, with the Topics divided into Subtopics: Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Calculus and Combinatorics.

Functions and Relations Non-Linear Functions Absolute values and inequalities Polynomials

Trigonometry Inverse trigonometry Introductory Calculus

Exponential and Logarithms Motion in a straight line Rates of Change Graphical Transformation Application of Differentiation

Probability and Statistics Permutations and Combinations The Binomial Expansion Parametric Forms

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  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Functions and Relations
Week 2
Linear Functions
Week 3
Quadratic Functions
Week 4
Polynomials 1
Week 5
Polynomials 2
Week 6
Topic Review and Math Assessment
Week 7
Other Non-Linear Relations
Week 8
Absolute values
Week 9
Inverse Functions and inequalities
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Trigonometry 1
Week 2
Trigonometry 2
Week 3
Trigonometry 3
Week 4
Trigonometry 4
Week 5
Inverse Trigonometry
Week 6
Topic Review and Math Assessment
Week 7
Introductory Calculus 1
Week 8
Introductory Calculus 2
Week 9
Introductory Calculus 3
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Calculus and Curve Sketching 1
Week 2
Calculus and Curve Sketching 2
Week 3
Exponentials and Logarithms 1
Week 4
Exponentials and Logarithms 2
Week 5
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week 6
Further application of Calculus 1
Week 7
Further application of Calculus 2
Week 8
Graphical Transformation 1
Week 9
Graphical Transformation 2
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Probability 1
Week 2
Probability 2
Week 3
Discrete Random Variables 1
Week 4
Discrete Random Variables 2
Week 5
Permutations
Week 6
Combinations and the PHP
Week 7
The Binomial Expansion and Parametrics
Week 8
Yearly Exam Preparation 1
Week 9
Yearly Exam Preparation 2
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment

Course Overview

Mathematics Standard students use mathematics to make informed decisions in their daily lives. Students develop understanding and competence in mathematics through real-world applications. These skills can be used in a range of concurrent HSC subjects.

Mathematics Standard 1 improves numeracy by building student confidence and making mathematics meaningful. Numerate students can manage situations or solve problems in everyday life, work or further learning

Algebra Measurement Statistcal Analysis

Statistcal Analysis Measurement Algebra

Statistcal Analysis Financial Mathematics Measurement

Financial Mathematics Networks Measurement

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  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Financial Mathematics Overview
Week 2
Earning and Managing Money 1
Week 3
Algebra: Formulae and Equations 1
Week 4
Algebra: Formulae and Equations 2
Week 5
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week 6
Measurement 1
Week 7
Measurement 2
Week 8
Statistical Analysis 1
Week 9
Statistical Analysis 2
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Measurement: Perimeter
Week 2
Measurement: Area
Week 3
Measurement: Volume
Week 4
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week 5
Statistical Analysis: Classifying
Week 6
Statistical Analysis: Representing
Week 7
Statistical Analysis
Week 8
Algebra: Linear Relationship
Week 9
Algebra: Linear Relationship
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Financial Mathematics 1
Week 2
Financial Mathematics 2
Week 3
Financial Mathematics 3
Week 4
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week 5
Statistical Analysis: Exploring Data
Week 6
Statistical Analysis: Describing Data 1
Week 7
Statistical Analysis: Describing Data 2
Week 8
Measurement 1
Week 9
Measurement 2
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Financial Mathematics 1
Week 2
Financial Mathematics 2
Week 3
Financial Mathematics 3
Week 4
Topic Review and Maths Assessment
Week 5
Measurement 1
Week 6
Measurement 1
Week 7
Introductions to Networks
Week 8
Networks 1
Week 9
Networks 2
Week 10
Topic Review and Maths Assessment

Course Overview

The Year 11 course develops the knowledge, understanding and skills in relation to the properties and structures of matter, the types and drivers of chemical reactions and how we measure the quantities involved in these processes.

Module 1: Properties and Structure of Matter

Module 2: Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

Module 3: Reactive Chemistry

Module 4: Drivers of Reaction

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  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Atomic Structure 1
Week 2
Atomics Structure
Week 3
Elements and the Periodic Table
Week 4
Nuclear Chemistry
Week 5
Chemical Bonding 1
Week 6
Chemical Bonding 2
Week 7
Structure and Properties 1
Week 8
Structure and Properties 2
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations
Week Topics
Week 1
Molecular Shape and Polarity
Week 2
Intermolecular Forces
Week 3
Physical Properties of Molecules
Week 4
Balancing Equations
Week 5
The Mole Concept
Week 6
Mole calculations
Week 7
Concentrations
Week 8
Gas Laws
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations
Week Topics
Week 1
Periodicity and Chemical Reactions
Week 2
Metal Activity and Ionic Equations
Week 3
Mole Calculations and Percentage Compositions
Week 4
Limiting Reagent Calculations
Week 5
Oxidation and Reduction
Week 6
Galvanic Cells
Week 7
Cell Potential
Week 8
Rates of Reaction
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations
Week Topics
Week 1
Energy Changes in Reactions
Week 2
Calorimetry
Week 3
Enthalpy and Hess’s Law
Week 4
Bond Energies
Week 5
Entropy
Week 6
Gibbs Free Energy
Week 7
Revision 1
Week 8
Revision 2
Week 9
Exam Preparations
Week 10
Exam Preparations

Course Overview

The Year 11 course develops students’ knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to the study of motion, how we describe it and what causes it. The course also examines energy in its different forms, and how we describe and measure electricity and magnetism and their interrelated effects

Module 1: Kinematics

Module 2: Dynamics

Module 3: Waves and Thermodynamics

Module 4: Electricity and Magnetism

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  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Scalars and Vectors in One Dimension
Week 2
Displacement
Week 3
Velocity
Week 4
Equations of Motion
Week 5
Scalars and Vectors in two dimension
Week 6
Analysing Changing Motion
Week 7
Relative Motion in two dimension
Week 8
Practical Skills 1
Week 9
Practical Skills 2
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations
Week Topics
Week 1
Newton’s Laws
Week 2
Forces on Single Bodies
Week 3
Analysing Forces 1
Week 4
Analysing Forces 2
Week 5
Forces on Multiple Bodies
Week 6
Energy, Work and Power
Week 7
Momentum
Week 8
Interaction and Collisions
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations
Week Topics
Week 1
Waves Properties
Week 2
Sound Waves
Week 3
Waves Behaviour
Week 4
Standing Waves and Resonance
Week 5
Ray Model of Light 1
Week 6
Ray Model of Light 2
Week 7
Energy, Temperature and Heat
Week 8
Equilibrium and Heat Transfer
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations
Week Topics
Week 1
Electric Charge
Week 2
Electric Field and Force
Week 3
Work and Potential
Week 4
Ohm’s Law
Week 5
Circuits 1
Week 6
Circuits 2
Week 7
Power
Week 8
Magnetic Field
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topic Review and Exam Preparations

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