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Nayland College Courses

Link to Nayland Subject Selection site

Year 9 Maths
The National Curriculum has been adapted and adjusted for Nayland College to suit the nature of students and prepare students for the new realigned standards at NCEA Level 1

Core Topics:
- Number (with measurement context)
- Probability
- Bivariate Statistics
- Algecbr: Patterns, Graphs, Equations & Simplifying

Students are assessed against levels of the NZ curriculum at level 2, 3, 4, & 5

Average Year 9 students usually work at Level 3/4

(Average Year 10 students usually work at Level 4/5)



How to study

Success hacks - 10 simple study ideas

Why to take notes (The basics) then... How to Take Notes in Class: The 5 Best Methods - Outline method (computer good), Cornell style (good for paper), Mind map (visual learners), Flow method (holistic learning)

Study Less Study Smart: A 6-Minute Summary | 8 Advanced Tips

10 Study Tips for Your Next Exam: Test prep ritual, brain dump, summary, quiz, simulation, exercise, time, organise day.
How to Study for Finals PLAN before you DO - How much time, what, order, priorities, intensity, actionable steps

Test Anxiety: How to Take On Your Exams Without Stress

When You Just CAN'T Motivate Yourself to Study

Resources & on-line help



Video Tutorials:
Just Math Tutorials
Knowmia Tutorials
Mathispower4u Tutorials

Basic facts practice: e-ako.nzmaths
Interactive tutorials,

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Link to iNZight site iNZight free download and videos on how to get started This can be saved and run from a USB (no computer installation needed) Videos and 'getting started' available from iNZight web site.
iNZight tips and tricks page


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