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**A solid foundation in Year 7 maths is critical to the Maths your child learns in Year 8 and can determine their entire High School Maths progression. It can even be an underlying factor in getting into University. Potentia Maths tutoring keeps your child's opportunities open from Year 7 and beyond.**

At Potentia, our Year 7 Maths course takes your child from the foundation of primary school mathematics to the higher-level concepts that will be part of their high school learning. They will be introduced to mathematical terminology and algebraic notation, and use diagrams, texts and tables to communicate mathematical ideas and link concepts and processes.

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Review and Reinforcement

A review of prior week to reinforce learning and retention.and a quiz to assess their understanding of the previous week’s lesson.

Explain and Explore

Students are guided through detailed analysis of the subject material by the tutor. The aim is to break up material so that it can be manageably understood and retained by students.

Practice and Performance

A practical session where students are guided on how to answer math questions

and offered feedback on their answers and working out.

and offered feedback on their answers and working out.

Synthesise

Students test their mastery of the concepts presented through a short quiz. Real

time feedback is given to identify areas for further practice.

time feedback is given to identify areas for further practice.

program

Potentia term 1 Oct - Dec

Lesson 1: Whole Numbers: Addition and Subtraction of Positive Integers

Lesson 2: Whole Numbers: Division and Multiplication of Positive Integers

Lesson 3: Angles: Types of Angles, Points, Lines and Line Segments

Lesson 4: Angles: Angles formed by parallel and intersecting lines and a transversal (1)

Lesson 5: Angles: Angles formed by parallel and intersecting lines and a transversal (2)

Lesson 6: Angles: Solving problems using reasoning

Lesson 7: Integers: Concepts and Application

Lesson 8: Integers: Addition and Subtraction of Positive and Negative Integers

Lesson 9: Integers: Division and Multiplication of Positive and Negative Integers

Lesson 10: Solving word problems

Potentia term 2 Jan - April

Lesson 1: Introduction to factors and multiples: HCF and LCM

Lesson 2: Introduction to fractions: Equivalent and Simplifying

Lesson 3: Improper fractions and mixed numerals

Lesson 4: Introduction to decimals

Lesson 5: Converting fractions, decimals and percentages (1)

Lesson 6: Converting fractions, decimals and percentages (1)

Lesson 7: Algebraic Techniques: Letters to represent numbers

Lesson 8: Algebraic Techniques: Terms of Algebraic expression

Lesson 9: Algebraic Techniques: Multiply, Divide and Mixed Operations

Lesson 10: Introduction to Equations

Potentia term 3 April - July

Lesson 1: Equations: The Balance Method

Lesson 2: Equations: Solving two-step equations

Lesson 3: Equations: Formulating Equations

Lesson 4: Decimals: Addition and Subtraction

Lesson 5: Decimals: Division of Decimals

Lesson 6: Fractions: Related and unrelated denominators

Lesson 7: Fractions: Multiplication

Lesson 8: Fractions: Division

Lesson 9: Length: Converting Units of Length, Circles and Pi

Lesson 10: Length: Perimeters of Plane Shapes and Composite Figures

Potentia term 4 July - Sept

Lesson 1: Area: Converting units of area

Lesson 2: Introduction to probability

Lesson 3: Compound events

Lesson 4: Venn Diagrams

Lesson 5: Indices and Divisibility Tests

Lesson 6: Index notations and prime factors

Lesson 7: Cubes and Square Roots

Lesson 8: Geometrical figures

Lesson 9: Units and Duration of time

Lesson 10: International time zones