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Geometry: All Lessons (76 Lessons) + Lots of Resources

Geometry: All Lessons (76 Lessons) + Lots of Resources

This is 76 whole lessons with lots of additional resources included! Below is a list (alphabetical) of precisely what lessons are included. If you want more information then all individual lessons are available in my shop and maybe it might be worth buying one before purchasing this fantastic bundle. Angle Rules 1 - At a Point; 2. Angle Rules 2 - Parallel Lines; 3. Angle Rules 3 - Triangles; 4. Angle Rules 4 - Interior & Exterior 1; 5. Angle Rules 5 - Interior & Exterior 2; 6. Angle Rules 6 - Problems; 7. Angle Rules 7 - Congruent & Similar Area 1 - Perimeter of Shapes; 9. Area 2 - Rectangles; 10. Area 3 - Triangles; 11. Area 4 - Quadrilaterals; 12. Area 5 - Trapeziums; 13. Area 6 - Compound Shapes; 14. Area 7 - Scale Drawing; 15. Bearings; 16. Bisecting; 17. Circle Theorems 1 - Rules 1 to 4; 18. Circle Theorems 2 - Rules 5 to 8; 19. Circle Theorems 3 - Which Theorem is it?; 20. Circle Theorems 4 - Theorem Problems; 21. Circles 1 - Properties of Circles; 22. Circles 2 - Circumference & Area; 23. Circles 3 - Arcs & Sectors Circles 4 - Segments; 25. Circles 5 - Circular Compound Shapes; 26. Compound Measures 1 - Speed, Distance & Time Compound Measures 2 - Mass, Density & Volume; 28. Compound Measures 3 - Population, Area & Density; 29. Construction; 30. Enlargement; 31. Faces, Edges & Vertices; 32. Loci; 33. Measures 1 - Metric & Imperial Equivalents Measures 2 - Metric Equivalents; 35. Measures 3 - Imperial Equivalents; 36. Measures 4 - Estimating Measures Measures 5 - Conversion in Area, Volume; 38. Plans & Elevations; 39. Pythagoras 1 - Introduction; 40. Pythagoras 2 - Short side & Problems; 41. Pythagoras 3 - 3D problems; 42. Radians 1; 43. Radians 2; 44. Real Life Graphs Reflection; 46. Rotation; 47. Surface Area 1 - Prisms ; 48. Surface Area 2 - Pyramids; 49. Surface Area 3 - Cones Surface Area 4 - Spheres; 51. Symmetry 1 - Lines; 52. Symmetry 2 - Rotational; 53. Symmetry 3 - Problems Tessellations 1; 55. Tessellations 2; 56. Translation; 57. Travel Graphs; 58. Trigonometry 1 - Introduction Trigonometry 2 - Basic; 60. Trigonometry 3 - 3D Trig Problems; 61. Trigonometry 4 - Sine Rue; 62. Trigonometry 5 - Cosine Rule; 63. Trigonometry 6 - Area Rule; 64. Trigonometry 7 - Spaghetti Lesson; 65. Trigonometry 8 - Drawing Trig Graphs; 66. Trigonometry 9 - Amplitude & Period; 67. Trigonometry 10 - Transforming Trig Graphs; 68. Trigonometry 11 - Trig Equations; 69. Trigonometry 12 - Trig Identities; 70. Vectors 1 - Magnitude; 71. Vectors 1 - Movement; 72. Vectors 1 - Geometric Problems; 73. Volume 1 - Prisms; 74. Volume 2 - Spheres; 75. Volume 3 - Cones & Pyramids; 76. Volume 4 - Frustums NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
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Graph Transformation

Graph Transformation

Pupils draw graph of a function after a given transformation. Answers given. Original Promethean flipchart graphicacy exercise included. Click on Design Mode to reveal answers or edit.
tumshy
What could the question be? (exam style questions)

What could the question be? (exam style questions)

A selection of powerpoints with exam questions with the question part removed to generate discussion and to aid revision of several mathematical topics. The actual exam question is provided on the next slide, but don’t feel that you have to show that to students as the idea is to see what they can come up with and carry that through. These questions would appear on the foundation GCSE Maths paper but would also be very suitable for younger year groups. Question topics include: labeling circles grouped data ( - this could also be used with a higher tier group covering cumulative frequency and histograms) Points on an axis - could be used for midpoint or length of line using Pythagoras’ theorem or even the equation of the line that passes through both points Types of number and several more There are 14 seperate topics in total
sian-ceri
Reflection Exploration

Reflection Exploration

This worksheet is intended for use with pupils working on Level 4 Maths and considering transformation of shapes. It encourages them to consider the implications of reflection in the x- followed by the y-axis (and vice versa) on the co-ordinates of the original shape and to link this repeated transformation to rotation of 180 degrees. It can be used as an extension task individually or as a group exercise and could be extended to cover further double transformations.
DIANEPA
Graph transformations matching activity A2 maths

Graph transformations matching activity A2 maths

Nice team activity, differentiated with some basic transformations, harder transformations and some "extension" transformations. About 30 mins. This is for practicing how transformations affect specific co-ordinates. Match a set of original co-ordinates with the transformation and the image. You or the students will need to cut out the different cards- they are already mixed up on the sheets. answers provided on last two pages.
jtelferstclaire
TESSELLATION - NOT JUST A FRIDAY AFTERNOON FUN ACTIVITY!

TESSELLATION - NOT JUST A FRIDAY AFTERNOON FUN ACTIVITY!

Year7/8 scheme of work. Includes 11 lesson plans, assessment and worksheets. Aim is for students to develop strategies to apply mathematical reasoning in practical situations. Develop their understanding of geometry to include 2-D shapes and transformations. Lesson plans need to be supplemented by selected questions from text book or worksheets.
docmaths
Rotation support

Rotation support

A 'hands on tool' to support pupils understanding of rotation. The two disc are to be cut out and joined using a split-pin, or similar. Pupils can use the tool to track basic rotations (clockwise and anti-clockwise) by placing the tracing over the scale. Designed for a very low ability year 7 class, very well received.
bfielding1
Complete transformations of shapes (translation, reflection, rotation and enlargement)

Complete transformations of shapes (translation, reflection, rotation and enlargement)

Over the years I have built up a rather hefty transformations notebook file. I believe this includes everything that needs to be included to be able to teach everything on transformations of shapes (including stretching the most able as well as scaffolding for lower ability). It includes activities which can be taken off and used as a worksheet (some answers included) as well as quizzes (with answers as well). This is my go to for any year group throughout KS3 and KS4 when teaching transformations as i can pick out the best bits. I hope this is useful for your too. Enjoy! After the transformations there are some slides on congruent triangles, similarity and symmetry as this can lead on nicely after transformations.
sophiefullbrook
Physics Bundle

Physics Bundle

10 Physic lessons on Energy, Grid References, Hooke's Law, Kinetic energy, Spring, momentum and potential. Fun engaging and creative lesson plans to ensure students enjoy Physics.
Edustem1
Trig Graphs - Knowledge Organiser

Trig Graphs - Knowledge Organiser

2 A4 pages Knowledge Organiser including Keywords, Exam Questions, MathsWatch clip numbers and worksheet links, Curriculum Flowchart, Graphs showing transformations. Aimed at KS 4 students.
CapeTownTeacher
Simple Translation Starter

Simple Translation Starter

Quick starter activity introducing translation by asking students to move different letters around according to written instructions so that they spell out the word TRANSLATION
JellyMaths