Coordinates and Graphs (Higher - Unit 3)
Topic: | Coordinates and Graphs |
Estimated teaching time: | Higher 4.0 hours - 5.0 hours |
Specification references (in recommended teaching order)
N6.3 | Use the conventions for coordinates in the plane and plot points in all four quadrants, including geometric information. View assessment guidance > |
N6.3h | Use the conventions for coordinates in the plane and plot points in all four quadrants, including geometric information and 3D coordinate systems. View assessment guidance > |
N6.7h | Find the intersection points of the graphs of a linear and quadratic function, knowing that these are the approximate solutions of the corresponding simultaneous equations representing the linear and quadratic functions. View assessment guidance > |
N6.8h | Draw, sketch, recognise graphs of simple cubic functions, the reciprocal function with , the function for integer values of and simple positive values of , the circular functions and . View assessment guidance > |
Teaching resources
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - Profit & Loss - Lesson Plan
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - Real Life Applications - Lesson Plan
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - Profit & Loss - Spreadsheet and Graphs
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - Glass Half Full - Spreadsheet
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - Profit & Loss - Problem Sheet
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - What Formula? - Problem Sheet
- Coordinates and Applications of Linear Graphs - Glass Half Full - Problem Sheet
- Coordinates and graphs - Homework Sheet and Mark Scheme
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Please note that, due to the overlap of C/D questions, some material may have been tagged as appropriate for both Foundation and Higher tier. Equally, due to the nature of some questions, different parts of a question may assess different topics. Teachers are advised to ensure learners have covered all of the question content before using such questions.