# 10Y Band: Unit: Expressions

## 1. Algebraic expressions

In this lesson you will be introduced to algebraic notation and learn how to evaluate and substitute into expressions.

## 2. Collecting like terms

In this lesson you will learn to collect together like terms and manipulate linear expressions.

## 3. Distributivity and expanding

In this lesson you will use the distributive property to expand brackets with linear expressions.

## 4. Factorising expressions

In this lesson you will learn how to factorise basic linear expressions.

## 5. Forming and exploring equations

In this lesson you will learn the concept of an equation and use models to form equations.

## 6. Exploring equality

In this lesson you will form equations and explore how equality is preserved.

## 7. Inequalities

In this lesson you will use models to form inequalities.

## 8. Further inequalities

In this lesson you will learn how to form inequalities related to a known equation.

## 9. Perimeter expressions

In this lesson you will learn how to form expressions using algebraic lengths and draw shapes given expressions for the perimeter.

## 10. Perimeter inequalities

In this lesson you will learn how to establish inequalities from perimeter expressions.

## 11. Counting strategies

In this lesson you will generalise counting strategies algebraically for repeating patterns.

## 12. Growing tree patterns

In this lesson you will learn how to generalise counting strategies algebraically for different repeating patterns.

# 10P Band: Unit: Algebra

## 1. Solving one-step equations

Solving one step equations including those that first need to be formed from a word problem.

## 2. Solving two-step equations

Solving two step equations including those that first need to be formed from a word problem.

## 3. Solving equations with brackets

Solving equations with brackets including those that first need to be formed from a word problem.

## 4. Solving equations with unknown on both sides

Solving equations with unknown on both sides including those that first need to be formed from a word problem.