- Format:Print/online bundle
- Author(s):Jess Barker, Nathan Barker, Michele Conway, Janet Such
- Available from: April 2018
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New 2017 Cambridge A Level Further Maths resources to help students with learning and revision.
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Written for the OCR AS/A Level Further Mathematics specification for first teaching from 2017, this print Student Book and Cambridge Elevate edition covers the Mechanics content for AS and A Level. It balances accessible exposition with a wealth of worked examples, exercises and opportunities to test and consolidate learning, providing a clear and structured pathway for progressing through the course. It is underpinned by a strong pedagogical approach, with an emphasis on skills development and the synoptic nature of the course. Available online and on tablet devices through the Cambridge Elevate app. Includes answers to aid independent study.
Written specifically for the 2017 qualifications, so teachers and learners can be confident that the content and aims of the specifications are comprehensively covered.
Frequent assessment opportunities to support the linear courses, including levelled practice questions, past paper questions, cross-topic review exercises and practice papers.
Strong pedagogical focus, with an emphasis on the important overarching skills integral to the 2017 AS/A Level (problem solving, modelling and proof), as well as features to tackle common misconceptions.
Emphasis on developing synoptic links between pure and applied areas of maths, helping students to build a coherent mathematical understanding.
Free downloadable Schemes of Work are available on our website to assist with teacher planning.
Includes worked solutions to all practice questions, and final answers to all exercises are located at the back of the Student Book.
- 1. Work, energy and power 1
- 2. Dimensional analysis
- 3. Momentum and collisions 1
- 4. Circular motion 1
- 5. Centres of mass 1
- Focus on proof 1
- Focus on problem solving 1
- Focus on modelling 1
- Cross-topic review exercise 1
- 6. Work, energy and power 2
- 7. Linear motion under variable force
- 8. Momentum and collisions 2
- 9. Circular motion 2
- 10. Centres of mass 2
- Focus on proof 2
- Focus on problem solving 2
- Focus on modelling 2
- Cross-topic review exercise 2
Jess Barker has several years' experience working in a variety of schools in Cambridgeshire before relocating to Jersey where she currently works at Jersey College for Girls with a responsibility for Key Stage 3 Mathematics. She has taught many different modules across three different exam boards and attended several Underground Mathematics workshops as a teacher from one of their partnership schools. Jess is currently the branch chair for MEI in Jersey and a member of the Mathematical Association Post 16 Subcommittee. Jess has a MEd from the University of Cambridge for her research on students' understanding of polynomial division. In 2014 Jess worked as part of a team of authors on the teacher notes for CUP 9-1 GCSE Mathematics book series.
Nathan was a resource designer for Underground Mathematics and is a secondary mathematics teacher with an emphasis on Key Stage 5 mathematics. Nathan has taught in a variety of schools in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, and has experience teaching A Level Mathematics, Further Mathematics and the International Baccalaureate. He has also been a tutor for a series of FMSP problem solving classes before moving to teach in Jersey, The Channel Islands. Nathan studied Mathematics at Durham University and went on to do a PhD in Pure Mathematics at Newcastle University before completing his PGCE in Secondary Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Nathan is also a mathematical researcher in algebra as well as working as part of a team of authors on the teacher notes for CUP 9-1 GCSE Mathematics book series in 2014.
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