1. Powers of 10: looks at multiplying and dividing decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.
2. Multiply and Divide by Powers of 10: looks at multiplying and dividing numbers by 0.1, 0.01, 1/10, 1/100 etc.
3. Both lessons are well differentiated.
4. Now with a newer resource for more able pupils.
Part 1: Converting between metric units of length, mass (weight) and capacity. (2022 update)
1. PowerPoint demonstrating converting units
2. Worksheet including a crossnumber (Number crossword) and problem solving and reasoning questions.
3. Answers included on the PowerPoint.
Update: Crossword has been fixed.
Part 2: Imperial Units
Contains examples, conversions and problem solving on the following:
Converting between imperial units
Converting between imperial and metric units.
1. 1%, 10%, 25% and 50% of amounts
2. 5% and 20% of amounts
3. Multiples of 5% of amounts
4. Problem solving questions included
5. Examples include a visual approach to help pupils fully understand percentages of amounts (bar model)
1. A PowerPoint designed to prompt pupils to fully understand 3D shapes.
2. A worksheet allowing pupils to investigate Euler's Formula. Questions within the worksheet are well differentiated to allow pupils to maximise their progress. Pupils will also investigate Platonic shapes.
3. Pupils will gain a full understanding of Prisms and Pyramids.
4. Pupils will gain knowledge on Polyhedrons and Non-Polyhedrons. Pupils will be able to explain why a Cylinder is not a Prism.
5. All misconceptions are addressed in this lesson.
The Radius: Working out the gradient and length of the radius
The Tangent: Working out the equation of a tangent and applying it to solve problems
Equation of a Circle: Drawing circles from their equations
Solving simultaneous equations graphically.
Solving simultaneous equations algebraically.
1. A PowerPoint demonstrating the properties of quadrilaterals and how to work interior and external angles of them.
2. A well differentiated worksheet designed to maximise progress.
3. The PowerPoint contains detailed solutions to the worksheet.
Worksheet and PowerPoint on Rotation.
The PowerPoint shows shapes being rotated including tracing paper being put over the shape. Highly visual.
PowerPoint now has a diagnostic quiz at the start to cover prior knowledge. (Use mini white boards)
The worksheet has been improved to make it more clear.
Introduction to rearranging simple formula including fractions, negatives, squares and square roots.
Broken up into 2 lessons.
1 lesson contains a card sort.
Lessons include problem solving, STEM questions and answers.
1. PowerPoint demonstrating fractions of amounts (Includes visual examples)
2. Worksheet containing two activities and an NRICH task (Includes visual questions for differentiation)
PowerPoint and worksheet designed to allow all pupils make progress and fully understand how to find fractions of amounts. This is done by illustrating the problems on the PPT and having a worksheet that is well differentiated.
Complete lesson on using the multiplier method.
Starter: Converting percentages to decimals
Main 1: Percentages of amounts
Main 2: Percentage increase and decrease
Key Question: GCSE past paper question (AQA)
Each exercise contains reasoning and problem solving
Examples and answers included
Decimals lessons designed for pupils learning how work with decimal numbers…
Highly visual to support pupils understanding of decimal numbers.
1. Place Value and Ordering Decimals (2)
2. Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers (£2)
3. Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10. (£2)
4. Multiplying and Dividing Decimal Numbers (FREE)
1. Starter on percentages of amounts
2. Mental methods on percentage increase and decrease
3. Calculator method on percentage increase and decrease
4. Examples include the bar model to help pupils understand that the original amount equals 100%
Adding and subtracting fractions.
1. Adding and subtracting fractions using diagrams (same denominator)
2. Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator.
3. Adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators.
4. Adding and subtracting mixed numbers.
5. Activities include problem solving and RICH tasks.
6. Examples come with diagrams to help pupils gain full understanding.
Quadratic sequences at KS3.
WALT and WILF
Part 1: Using position to term rule to find the first few terms of a quadratic sequence.
Part 2: Finding the position to term rule of a quadratic sequence.
Part 3: Problem solving and RICH task.