# Year 11: Autumn 2

#### Computing

What is project management

#### English

Insight into Dickens' life

Meeting Scrooge

Scrooge, charity & poverty

Scrooge and London

#### Geography

Physical causes of uneven development

Economic and historic causes of uneven development

Consequences of uneven development

#### History

Why were the Nazi Party so successful after 1929?

How did political developments in 1932 result in Hitler becoming Chancellor in January 1933?

#### Maths (F)

Use the language of probability and the probability scale

Calculate probabilities from equally likely events

Find the probability of an event not happening including using a table (include mutually exclusive and exhaustive)

Find the predicted number of outcomes

#### Maths (H)

Plot a histogram

Find frequency from a histogram

Find the median from a histogram

Find probabilities from a histogram

#### Science (F)

Hormonal responses

Controlling blood sugar levels (Foundation)

Hormones in reproduction (Foundation)

#### Science (H)

Hormonal responses

Controlling blood sugar levels (Higher)

Hormones in reproduction (Higher)

#### Computing

Initiate a project

#### English

Marley's Ghost

The Ghost of Christmas Past

Scrooge in the past (Part 1)

Scrooge in the past (Part 2)

#### Geography

Strategies to reduce the development gap (Part 1)

Strategies to reduce the development gap (Part 2)

Strategies to reduce the development gap (Part 3)

#### History

Why was Hitler ‘invited’ into power?

How did the Nazis remove political opposition?

#### Maths (F)

List outcomes in a sample space diagram (two-way table) and calculate probabilities

Calculate experimental probabilities and make predictions (relative frequency)

Find probabilities from Venn diagrams including basic set notation

Find probabilities from frequency trees

#### Maths (H)

Solve linear simultaneous equations where one of the coefficients is equal

Solve linear simultaneous equations where you need to multiply one of the equations

Solve linear simultaneous equations where you need to multiply both equations

Solve linear simultaneous equations where you need to first rearrange

#### Science (F)

Contraception

Homeostasis review (Foundation)

Scientist case study

#### Science (H)

Contraception

Artificial control of fertility (Higher)

Negative feedback (Higher)

#### Computing

Initiate and plan a project

#### English

The Ghost of Christmas Present

Scrooge in the present

Family and friendship

Scrooge and The Children

#### Geography

An LIC using tourism to close the development gap: Kenya

The location and importance of India

Understanding the wider context of India

#### History

How did Hitler consolidate power by 1934?

How far did the Nazi party create a police state?

#### Maths (F)

Draw a tree diagram for independent events

Calculate probabilities of independent events

Draw a tree diagram for dependent events

Calculate probabilities of dependent events

#### Maths (H)

Represent inequalities on a coordinate grid 1

Represent inequalities on a coordinate grid 2

Shade in the region defined by several inequalities

Identify inequalities that make up a shaded region

#### Science (F)

Rate of reaction

Collision theory

Planning an investigation to find rate of reaction

#### Science (H)

Reversible reactions

Le Chatelier's principle: Effect of changing concentration and temperature

Le Chatelier's principle: Effect of changing pressure

#### Computing

What is project management

#### English

The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

The vices of Victorian society

The redemption of Scrooge

Scrooge: A changed man

#### Geography

The changing industrial structure of India (Part 1)

The changing industrial structure of India (Part 2)

Transnational corporations in India: Unilever

#### History

How far did the Nazi party control the state through propaganda?

How much resistance existed in Nazi Germany before 1939?

#### Maths (F)

Conditional probability word problems

Conditional probability from a two-way table

Probability from a venn diagram using further set notation (2 sets)

Probability from a venn diagram using further set notation (3 sets)

#### Maths (H)

Identify and interpret roots, intercepts and turning points of quadratic graphs

#### Science (F)

Rate of reaction required practical (Part 1)

Reversible reactions

The Rate and extent of chemical change: Review (Part 1)

#### Science (H)

Le Chatelier's principle: Uses in industry

The Rate and extent of chemical change: Review (Part 1)

The Rate and extent of chemical change: Review (Part 2)

#### Computing

Initiate a project

#### English

Scrooge: A new life

Scrooge and You

Scrooge: The messenger of Dickens

Redemption (Part 1)

#### Geography

India’s changing relationships with the wider world

International aid in India

The environmental impacts of economic development in India

#### History

What were Nazi attitudes and policies towards women?

#### Maths (F)

Increase and Decrease an Amount by a Percentage

Calculate Percentage Change

Reverse Percentages

Simple Interest

#### Maths (H)

Draw quadratic graphs (a > 1)

Draw quadratic graphs (negative x squared)

Solve quadratic graphs = 0, = a and = ax + b

#### Science (F)

Sexual vs. Asexual reproduction

Meiosis and fertilisation

Genes, DNA and chromosomes

#### Science (H)

Sexual vs. Asexual reproduction

Meiosis and fertilisation

Genes, DNA and chromosomes

#### Computing

Initiate and plan a project

#### English

Redemption (Part 2)

Social responsibility and charity (Part 1)

Social responsibility and charity (Part 2)

Family and Friendship (Part 1)

#### Geography

The effects of economic development on quality of life in India

Location and importance of Lagos

Causes of urban growth in Lagos

#### History

How successful were Nazi policies towards women?

Why were young people so important to the Nazi Party?

#### Maths (F)

Repeated percentage increase

Repeated percentage decrease

Repeated percentage increase and decrease

Solve problems with repeated percentage change

#### Maths (H)

Solve where __ = and __ =  (setting the equations equal to one another)

Solve where ___ + ___ = __ and __ + __ = __ (substituting)

Solve where xy = a and y = 2x + 1 (substituting)

Understanding solutions to equations with respect to their graphs

#### Science (F)

Nancy Chang

Genetic inheritance (Foundation)

Inherited disorders (Part 1)- Foundation

#### Science (H)

Genetic Inheritance (Higher)

Inherited disorders (Part 1)- Higher

Inherited disorders (Part 2)

#### Computing

What is project management

#### English

Family and Friendship (Part 2)

Scrooge (Part 1)

Scrooge (Part 2)

The Spirits (Part 1)

#### Geography

Social opportunities of urban growth in Lagos

Economic opportunities of urban growth in Lagos

Challenges of urban growth in Lagos (Part 1)

#### History

Why was controlling education so important to the Nazi party?

How successful were Nazi policies at reducing unemployment?

#### Maths (F)

Use and apply the speed formula

Simple direct proportion y = kx

Other direct proportion relationships

Using direct proportion graphs

#### Maths (H)

Draw graphs of simple cubic functions using a table of values.

Sketch graphs of simple cubic functions, given as three linear expressions.

Interpret graphs of simple cubic functions, including finding solutions to cubic equations

Recognise, draw, sketch and interpret graphs of the reciprocal function y = 1/x

#### Science (F)

Inherited disorders (Part 2)

Sex determination

Mid-Topic review

#### Science (H)

Sex determination

Mid-Topic review

Variation and natural selection (Part 1)