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Top ten tests - Target 5

Top ten tests - Target 5

Full preview available at https://www.missbanks.co.uk/top-ten-tests These papers test skills that appear on foundation tier papers, aimed at students working at/towards grade 5. Each set of these papers test 10 skills at GCSE level. Each set has 4 versions to choose from with increasing levels of difficulty: 4 Green > 4 Yellow > 4 Red > 2 Blue For example, A green paper simultaneous equations question has the same coefficient of y. A blue paper simultaneous equations question is worded with a contextual answer. This allows you to build up students confidence and improve their skills at a pace appropriate for your class. There are worked solutions to accompany every paper. There is also a spreadsheet included for you to record your overall class scores and also question by question scores.

By mizz_happy

Forming and Solving Equations when given SIDE LENGTHS and AREA of TWO SHAPES in ALGEBRA

Forming and Solving Equations when given SIDE LENGTHS and AREA of TWO SHAPES in ALGEBRA

This resource is perfect for teaching problem solving style algebra questions (e.g. suited to the new style 1-9 GCSE questions). It is split into two sections, both involve forming equations with 'x' on both sides and solving. Section 1: Students are given two side lengths in algebra (e.g. opposite sides of a rectangle) that are equal. Students then need to form and solve an equation to find the value of 'x'. Section 2: Students are given a rectangle and a triangle. Students need to use the algebraic side lengths to find the area (e.g. side lengths of 2x + 4 and 3 would create an area of 6x + 12) and then need to form and solve an equations to find the value of 'x'. Extension: Students to substitute their values to find the area. This is also a ueful check to see whether they have the correct answer. Answers included in the notes section of the slide.

By pncullen1984

Curry Cooking Times

Curry Cooking Times

This was a three-way differentiated time activity I carried out with KS3 SEND students. There are different times: one is 15-min intervals, two is 5-min intervals, three is 1-min intervals and 24-hour clock. One and two also have a digital clock to convert to.

By abuzzybee0

Circumference of Circles Problems

Circumference of Circles Problems

This GCSE mathematics lesson consolidates calculating the circumference of a circle and the perimeter of circular shapes. Students are encouraged to use a calculator throughout although answers could be left terms of π. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate the circumference of a circle. Most students should be able to calculate the perimeter or circumference of circular shapes. Some students should be able to calculate the radius or diameter when given the circumference. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Circumference of Circles

Circumference of Circles

Students are taken through the process of discovering the relationship between the radius, diameter and circumference of a circle. By drawing three different sized circles, measuring their radii, diameter and circumferences students tabulate their results and look for patterns. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to derive and use the formulae for the circumference of a circle in terms of its diameter. Most students should be able to derive and use the formulae for the circumference of a circle in terms of its radius. Some students should be able to calculate the radius and diameter of a circle when given its circumference. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

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The Big Maths Bundle

The Big Maths Bundle

This is a bundle collection of all my maths products to date, and I intend to add more over time. As this is a collection of all my maths products they range across strands and levels. You may only need some of what you find in this bundle, BUT...you get the bonus of having all that is included, some of which you may discover you can use. Included are worksheets and activities on; place value, fractions (junior primary), measurement (junior/middle primary), volume(junior/middle primary), shape (junior/middle primary), rotation (junior/middle primary) and scale factors (junior/middle primary). There are a total of 13 worksheets and activities, not including instruction sheets.

By roger_pooley

Area of Triangles - Full GCSE Maths Lesson

Area of Triangles - Full GCSE Maths Lesson

By considering a right angled triangle as half a rectangle the students are guided through deriving the formula for any triangle. The emphasis is placed on recognizing the perpendicular height for isosceles and scalene triangles with different orientations. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate the area of a right-angled triangle as half of a rectangle. Most students should be able to derive the formula for the area of a triangle and use it. Some students should be able to calculate the area of a compound shape involving rectangles and triangles. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Area of Rectangles - Full Foundation GCSE Lesson

Area of Rectangles - Full Foundation GCSE Lesson

Students learn how to find the area of a rectangle first by counting, then repeated addition, basic multiplication and later using the formula Area = Length x Width. As learning progresses students are challenged to consider composite rectangular shapes. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to determine the area of a rectangle by counting the squares inside. Most students should be able to calculate the area of a rectangle by multiplying the length by the width Some students should be able to derive the formula for the area of a rectangle. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Area of Circles Problems

Area of Circles Problems

The lesson is intended to consolidate applying the area of circle formula to solve complex problems. To extend on this in the main part of the lesson semi and quarter circles are considered along with compound circular shapes. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate the area of a circle and semi-circle. Most students should be able to calculate the area of compound shapes involving circles. Some students should be able to calculate the radius or diameter when given the area of a circle. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Area of Circles

Area of Circles

Students are guided though the derivation of the Area of a Circle formula by approximating a circle from its sectors. Once the formula is derived there are several examples provided for the teacher to model its application in calculating the area of a circle and semi-circle. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to derive the formula for the area of a circle. Most students should be able to derive and apply the formula for the area of a circle. Some students should be able to calculate the area of a semi-circle. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Elevation Drawings

Elevation Drawings

To draw elevation drawings of 3D shapes students are taught to align the front, plan and side views of cuboids and various prisms. As learning progresses they are challenged to reconstruct the solid from the 2D representations. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to represent a cuboid to scale using a front, side and plan elevation. Most students should be able to any represent a prism to scale using a front, side and plan elevation. Some students should be able to represent any solid shape to scale using a front, side and plan elevation Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics