Wednesday, 30 September 2015

3 Key Learning Points (30 Sept)

In your own words, write down three learning points.
 Eg. I used to think.... Now I think....
 I realised......
I have to spend time to revise...

26 comments:

  1. I have learnt that we must fully factorise and group the terms.
    I have learnt the cross method for factorisation.
    I have realised that I need to revise on my factorisation and algebra

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  2. I used to think that factorisation is easy.
    Now i realised that factorisation is difficult and has so many components
    I learned how to solve some factorisation questions.

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  3. I used to think that I should avoid using the trial and error method.
    I realised that the trial and error method can be used for all factorization.
    I have to spend time to revise factorization.

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  4. I used to think that when doing factorisation with fractions, we have to cancel out at the first time. Now I know that the denominator and the numerator each have to be factorised first.

    I realised how much practice I still need for factorisation and algebra questions

    I have to spend time to revise on the strategy to do factorisation.

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  5. -I have to spend time to revise more about Factorisation (groupings and Quadratic)

    -I realised that when I get stuck in Factorisation questions, it is sometimes because I fail to realise that there are (two or more) types of methods used to derieve the answer (eg. Grouping -> quadratic -> answer)

    -I now understand the variation of questions and answering technique used to answer those type of questions (eg. Cross method used to answer Quadratic Equations)

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  6. -> I have to practice more algebra questions and algebra factorisation.
    -> I used to think that algebra factorisation was confusing, now I find it easy.
    -> I now know the methods of factorisation, for example cross method and grouping.

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  7. I have learnt how to properly do a grouping factorisation and cross method on a fraction and we cannot just cancel out the common factors on a fraction. I have also spent time to revise how to find the perfect cube and perfect square of a number. I also learnt how to try different methods when doing cross method of factorisation.

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  9. i learned how useful cross method is very useful and my algebra rules

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  10. Last time, I used to think that we simplify fractions by cancelling the common variables, but now, I simplify by using the factorisation methods such as the cross method and the factorisation by grouping. Secondly, I used to think that all questions needs to use factorisation by grouping. Now, I know that some questions require some other steps such as the cross method. Lastly, I used to think that we leave our unsimplified. Now, I know that perfect squares or numbers should be simplified correctly.

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  11. I used to think that factorisation has only 2 types, the cross method and grouping, but now i know that there can be a combined method which combines both the cross method and grouping method.
    I realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve.
    I have to spend time revising my factorisation.

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  12. My three learning point today is
    1. I used to think that you can only use cross factorisation with 3 numbers, but now I know that it is possible to use cross factorisation for more than 3 sets of numbers.
    2. I realised that I am weak in my factorisation with the cross method.
    3. I have to spend more time revising my algebra, especially in factorisation

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  13. I used to think that factorisation is not important and it was unnecessary to learn it as it was time-consuming and hard to do. Now I have realised that factorisation and algebra is actually a common topic tested in the exams. I have to spend time to revise this topic and other topics on a daily basis before the exam comes. These few days are critical as we can still try to practice more to get more marks in the exam.

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  14. I used to think that for fraction questions, we can cancel the common denominator and numerator. Now, I realised that there are some fraction where we have to group the denominator and numerator first before cancelling.
    I realised that I have to spend time revising grouping

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  15. I used to think that cross factorisation was time-consuming and difficult.
    Now I think it is easier to do.
    I realised that you should put in the minus sign at a later time to save time
    I have to spend time to revise my algebra manipulation to save time.

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  16. I used to think that the cross factorisation method was only 3 values.
    I realised that there are many methods to factorise the equation
    I have to spend time to revise to practise my speed in solving the question

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  17. -I realised that algebra is not very difficult when we know all the formulas.
    -Now I think that algebra is easy if I do many times over again.
    -I realised some algebra questions can be solved by using two or more algebra formulas. (Cross factorisation/ Group factorisation)

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  18. I used to think that we can cancel off the squares in an algebraic fraction. Now I know that instead of cancelling it, we must factorise it. I realised that this was the reason why I was unable to solve the question. I have to spend more time on factorisation as I get confused easily.

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  19. Before the session, I was very unclear on factorisation by grouping. After the session today, now I am very clear on how to do it and will not make mistakes in exam. Now I have to spend more time revising for other methods of factorization and the different ways to present them.

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  20. After the session today, I have found out what I was weak in and would spend more time to revise, specifically on cross factorisation.
    I have learnt how to factorise better on Algebra questions.
    I used to think that Algebra was simple, but now, I will spent more time on the different methods of Algebra.

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  21. 1. I realised that when I simplify a fraction, I do not cancel the numerator and the denominator.
    2. I leant that I have to simplify the answer (reduce)
    3. I have learnt to use more than 1 method to solve a question such as using group factorisation and cross factorisation

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  22. I realised some algebra fractions can use both grouping factorisation and cross method to simplify,
    I have spent time to revise factorisation by grouping and cross method.
    I revised some equations like a2-b2

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  23. Three things that i learnt today is:
    1.That when simplifying a fraction,do not cancel the number from the numerator and denominator.
    2.That must simplify even more if possible from final answer
    3.I learn that there are more than one method to solve a question so if one doesnt work there is a backup

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  24. I used to think that the questions in the EOY single paper worksheet were impossible to simplify
    Now I think I know how to do the questions(Except 3. I understand what it wants but not how to do it)
    I realise I have to revise factorisation.
    I have to spend time to revise my algebra

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  25. I realised that I am slower at Factorisation in Algebra than I should be
    I have to spend time to revise on percentages so that I have a clearer understanding of what different sentence structures mean
    I have to spend time to revise how to state the reasons of every number statement

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  26. i realised that in was not as prepared as i thought
    i also realised that i have to revise more on cross factorisation

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