chapter vs topic - which is it?

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This is a bit controversial, so here is the question...

is a small 'topic' (e.g. equivalent to one lesson) a topic or chapter?

i always duel my friends about this, i think its a topic, because a chapter is like a whole book!!

im right, arent i

arent i??
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Could be either
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idk , guess it don't rlly matter either 😂🤷🏾
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i like to think topics are within chapters

so the chapter may be "algebra" but the topic would be "factorising"
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topic.
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But if you look in the CGP revision guides. paper 1........ e.g. has 4 topics

and paper 2 has 5 topics... so its chapter..?
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(Original post by superbo9y)
This is a bit controversial, so here is the question...

is a small 'topic' (e.g. equivalent to one lesson) a topic or chapter?

i always duel my friends about this, i thinkmaths its a topic, because a chapter is like a whole book!!

im right, arent i

arent i??
Maths is a subject, made of many sectors that I would call modules. A module for me personally is something like Algebra and functions, which branches off to smaller chapters like laws of indices, surds, inequalities and etc, those then branch again into many topics (algebra and functions->laws of indices ->[laws for multiplication, division, raising to the power of zero and etc art the topics]), and finally those topics branch off to bitesize points. shameless plug but checkout my study website (practicepractice. net), I'm making a structure like the one i described with sorted questions down to the single topic, including sorted exam questions .
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Maths is a subject, made of many sectors that I would call modules. A module for me personally is something like Algebra and functions, which branches off to smaller chapters like laws of indices, surds, inequalities and etc, those then branch again into many topics (algebra and functions->laws of indices ->[laws for multiplication, division, raising to the power of zero and etc art the topics]), and finally those topics branch off to bitesize points. shameless plug but checkout my study website (practicepractice. net), I'm making a structure like the one i described with sorted questions down to the single topic, including sorted exam questions .
so to answer your question, it's probably a neither I think you need at least 1.5-2 lessons to cover a chapter and 1/2 a lesson or a bit less to cover a topic.
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huh, so what would you cover in, say a month.. a topic or a chapter??
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and to confuse things even more... here's what i found [attached]

yeah this won't end anytime soon 😆
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and also yiyev46858 dw man you can plug all day, i don't mind, its free and plus it helps everyone out in their revision, ill definitely checking it out, the physics notes are going to prove very useful (for me anyway!!), so don't worry - there can't be shame in anything that helps people out 😄

however, if you want more attention, i suggest posting it in an open thread, where its more public, than here.

And... on that note... ciao thread ✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️
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huh, so what would you cover in, say a month.. a topic or a chapter??
probably a couple of modules, in a month of school you can learn Differentiation, Integration and probably another shorter chapter. this is from start to finish with practice. if you're cramming probably more than that.
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