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Getting Started GCSE 9 1, Mathematics 2015, Introduction 1. Ten things you need to know about the new GCSE 2, The new requirements 4. The specification content 6, Content areas 6, Content domains 6. Changes to content 7, The assessment 13, Assessment structure 13. Assessment Objectives 14, Mark schemes 16, Formulae sheet 16.
Use of calculators 17, Grading the new GCSE in 2017 18. Grade descriptors 18, Which tier of entry Foundation or Higher 20. Teaching time 21, Examination entries the rules 22. Useful links 23, Get in touch 23, Contact details 23. Introduction, Introduction, This Getting Started guide provides an overview of the new GCSE 9 1.
Mathematics specification It will help you get to grips with the changes to content. and assessment and to understand what these mean for you and your students. We are providing a package of support to help you plan and implement the new. specification This includes the following, Planning we are providing a range of tools and resources to help you plan. your teaching of the new GCSE qualification We will support you in. understanding the content with content mappings guidance and FAQs We are. also dedicated to making the whole planning process easier with ready to use. schemes of work for delivering the GCSE in one two or three years and full. five year secondary schemes of work We have even developed an Access to. Foundation scheme of work to help low attaining students make the transition. to GCSE To help you plan your teaching based on the new assessment. requirements we have produced some real student exemplars on some of the. new style questions assessing reasoning and problem solving questions. Teaching we are providing plenty of teaching resources to help you deliver. the new content with confidence Our teaching support starts with our. comprehensive teaching guidance which provides information on each. specification point including learning objectives and sample questions This is. complemented by classroom resources developed by practising teachers that. are aligned to our two and three year schemes of work as well as a teacher. support pack for our Access to Foundation scheme of work You can even get. hold of an A2 Formulae Poster to display in your classroom helping your. students memorise those formulae ahead of the exams. Assessing we are providing plenty of tools to help you assess your students. and track their progress throughout the course To start you off we have. designed some baseline tests end of Key Stage 3 tests to help you establish. where your students are at the start of the GCSE course We know. understanding the standard expected of students by the time they sit the. examination is important so our newly approved SAMs published in June. 2015 will show you what you can expect Plenty of examination practice is also. key which is why we are providing two further sets of specimen papers and for. the first three years of the specification we will release a secure set of mock. papers Our end of term tests are aligned to the two and three year schemes. of work these come with mark schemes and analysis spreadsheets We will. also have fully updated editions of ResultsPlus and examWizard as well as the. Pearson Progression Scale a new coherent way of understanding and. measuring progress for 11 16 year olds, Training attend our free Getting Ready to Teach events face to face and. online meetings available right up to autumn 2015 or join one of our. collaborative networks Receive training on how to mark mock papers and our. new continued professional development courses, Not forgetting personal and ongoing support through Graham and the. Mathematics Emporium, These support documents will be available via the Teacher Support tab on the. GCSE 2015 Mathematics pages at www edexcel com gettingstartedgcsemaths or. directly at www edexcel com gcsemathssupport and on the Mathematics Emporium. website at www edexcelmaths com, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Mathematics 1.
Getting Started Guide Issue 2 Pearson Education Ltd 2015. Ten things you need to know, Ten things you need to know about the new GCSE. 1 It s bigger, The new GCSE is bigger in size than the current GCSE carry on reading to see. why and therefore it may require more teaching time in the future See page 20. for more guidance on teaching time for the new GCSE. 2 There s more content at both tiers, There has been an increase in the breadth and depth of content to be covered at. both Foundation and Higher tiers Some content that previously was assessed at. Higher tier only will now be assessed at Foundation tier More content has been. added to the Higher tier to stretch and challenge the most able students and to. help prepare them for A Level Mathematics See pages 7 11 for more information. on the changes to content, 3 There are new Assessment Objectives. The new Assessment Objectives place greater emphasis on mathematical problem. solving and mathematical reasoning and communication These follow on from the. teaching and learning aims of the Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 programmes of. study See pages 13 14 for more information on the new Assessment Objectives. 4 There are more formulae that students will need to memorise for the. examinations, The number of formulae that students can be provided with in the examinations.
has been reduced so students will need to memorise some formulae such as the. quadratic formula See page 15 for the list of formulae that can be provided to. students in the examinations as part of the relevant questions. 5 There are more examination papers for students to take. More assessment time is required to assess the larger body of content therefore. the new GCSEs will see students take three examination papers at the end of the. course See page 12 for more information on the assessment structure of the new. 6 There s a new grading system, A new grading system has been introduced using numbers to represent grades. instead of letters The new grades are on a scale of 9 1 with 9 representing the. highest grade and 1 the lowest See page 17 for more information on the grading. scale and how the grades relate to current GCSE grades. 7 The structure of the papers has changed, The new structure of the papers will see fewer questions targeted at the lowest. grades and more questions targeted at the highest grades at both tiers See page 4. for the new requirements, 8 The assessments will be more demanding. The new content added to both tiers increased emphasis on mathematical problem. solving reasoning and communication as well as the increased assessment time. and change in the structure of the papers all mean that GCSE Mathematics. examinations will be more demanding in the future, 2 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Mathematics. Getting Started Guide Issue 2 Pearson Education Ltd 2015. Ten things you need to know, 9 There are more rules around examination entries.
A number of rules have been introduced to limit inappropriate early entry resits. and double entries See page 21 for more information on the rules around. examination entries, 10 There are a lot of things changing but we want to ensure the things. you like stay the same, We have spoken to thousands of teachers since the start of the reforms and while. there are a number of changes that are outside our control see page 4 for the new. requirements there are some things you have told us that you want to keep the. We will continue to ramp our papers in difficulty and will continue to place a great. deal of importance on the language of our papers This is not about reducing the. number of words but ensuring the language used is simple and that the contexts. used help candidates understand and access the mathematics being tested. There will also be more support available from us to help you teach the new GCSE. driven by all the feedback you have given us In 2010 we supported schools. through the changes In 2015 we want to do that all over again. We hope you find this guide helpful but remember it s only a small part of how we. will be supporting you, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Mathematics 3. Getting Started Guide Issue 2 Pearson Education Ltd 2015. The new requirements, The new requirements, All awarding organisations qualifications for GCSE 9 1 Mathematics must meet. the GCSE Subject Level Conditions and Requirements for Mathematics and the. GCSE Subject Level Guidance These can be found on Ofqual s website and are. summarised for you below, Content assessment objectives and formulae all awarding organisations must.
comply with the requirements set out in the document published by the Secretary of. State entitled GCSE Mathematics Subject Content and Assessment Objectives This. document defines the entire body of content for GCSE Mathematics defines the. Assessment Objectives and determines which formulae can be reproduced for. candidates in examinations, Content coverage and weightings all awarding organisations must comply with. the following, o All three areas of content must be covered See page 6 for more. information on the content areas, o The Foundation and Higher tier papers will assess all of the content. outlined for each tier in as few successive assessment series as is possible. and in such a way that the content to be targeted in a given assessment. series is not unduly predictable, o The assessments for a GCSE qualification in mathematics should achieve. balance in their coverage of the content domains number algebra etc. as set out by the weightings published by the Department for Education. An awarding organisation should apply these weightings subject to a. 3 per cent tolerance for each domain area across the assessments for. each tier in as few assessment series as is possible See page 6 for the. content domain weightings, Interpretation of Assessment Objectives awarding organisations must comply.
with the guidance published by Ofqual which explains how they should interpret the. Assessment Objectives in terms of the different strands and elements within each. Assessment Objective See page 13 for the Assessment Objectives. Timing of assessments all awarding organisations must only make. GCSE 9 1 Mathematics examinations available in May June each year and in. November only for students who have reached at least the age of 16 on or before 31. August in the same calendar year as the assessment. Calculators all awarding organisations must ensure that between 33 and 50 per. cent of the total marks available in assessments are allocated to questions or tasks. which must be completed by students without the use of a calculator See page 16. for rules regarding use of calculators, Total assessment time the total amount of time spent by each student in taking. assessments should be no less than four and a half hours. Tiering requirements all awarding organisations must comply with the following. o The qualification must be tiered and use an overlapping tiers model with. two tiers a Foundation tier and a Higher tier Each learner is permitted to. take assessments in either the Foundation tier or the Higher tier only. o Foundation tier assessments must be targeted at the level of demand. required for the award of GCSE grades 1 5 The questions or tasks in. Higher tier assessments must be targeted at the level of demand required. for the award of grades 4 9 with a grade 3 allowable. o The marks available for each assessment within the Foundation tier must. be targeted as follows, 4 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Mathematics. Getting Started Guide Issue 2 Pearson Education Ltd 2015. The new requirements, 50 of those marks must be targeted at a level of demand consistent. with grade 1 to the lower part half of grade 3, 50 of marks must be targeted at a level of demand consistent with. the upper part half of grade 3 to grade 5, o The marks available for each assessment within the Higher tier are.
targeted as follows, 50 of those marks must be targeted at a level of demand. consistent with grades 4 to 6, 50 of marks must be targeted at a level of demand consistent with. grades 7 to 9, Refer back to page 2 for more information on the structure of our papers. o Grades 4 and 5 are the only grades that are designed to be accessible by. students who have taken either Foundation or Higher tiers Although. students taking Higher tier assessments may be awarded a grade 3 as. indicated above this grade is not actively targeted in these assessments. At least 20 per cent of the marks available in assessments for each tier are. made available through questions that are common to both tiers These. questions must be targeted at a level of demand consistent with grades 4. and 5 Therefore assessments with common questions must be taken. simultaneously by all relevant learners, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Mathematics 5. Getting Started Guide Issue 2 Pearson Education Ltd 2015. The specification content, The specification content.
Our specification content for the new GCSE closely matches the content set out in. the document published by the Secretary of State entitled GCSE Mathematics. Subject Content and Assessment Objectives, Content areas. There are three areas of content to be covered within the specification. Content with regard to which it is intended that all students taking the qualification. GCSE 9 1 Mathematics examinations available in May June each year and in November only for students who have reached at least the age of 16 on or before 31 August in the same calendar year as the assessment

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