|The course is intended to help adults who failed to obtain or never sat for their Maths O’level. It can also be used as a refresher course for students who obtained their O’level a number of years ago.
This course provides the student with ample knowledge to be able to understand and solve mathematical problems.
This course aims to enable the candidates to:
a) Understand and appreciate the place and purpose of mathematics in society and apply mathematical concepts to situations arising in their own lives;
b) Apply mathematical knowledge and understanding to solve problems;
c) Think and communicate mathematically – precisely, logically, and creatively;
d) Develop a positive attitude to mathematics, including confidence and perseverance;
e) Develop an ability to work independently and co-operatively when doing mathematics
f) Appreciate the interdependence of the different branches of mathematics
g) Acquire a secure foundation for the further study of mathematics;
h) Use mathematics across the curriculum;
i) Make efficient, creative and effective use of appropriate technology in mathematics.
|The learner will be able to:
a) Express, conjecture, reason and prove mathematically;
b) Identify the nature of numbers, and make use of them;
c) Identify the nature of algebraic relationships and make use of them;
d) Understand the nature and properties of shape, space and measures and make use of them;
e) Demonstrate the understanding of the nature of statistics and process, represent, and interpret data;
f) Calculate the probabilities of events;
g) Write and express the workings leading to an answer.
|The teacher will be using the following methods in order to deliver the programme:
a) Induction checklist
e) Question and answer sessions
g) Learner management system provided by Future Focus Ltd.
h) Calculators and spreadsheets
The students will be continuously assessed throughout the course. This would make up 50% of the final grade. This continuous assessment would ensure that the students are not put under additional pressure and stress in order to get a good grade in their final assessment.
Students will have an oral test whereby they will need to answer 20 questions in 20 minutes.
On the final day of the course, they will need to sit for a 2-hour test which will be made up of 30 questions.