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Check out the FREE NEW BUNDLE RESOURCES, containing collections of lessons on specific topics! You can also find FREE COMPLETE LESSONS which are ready to just PICK UP AND GO!

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Check out the FREE NEW BUNDLE RESOURCES, containing collections of lessons on specific topics!
You can also find FREE COMPLETE LESSONS which are ready to just PICK UP AND GO!

A simple starter activity on labelling parts of a circle (with answers).
Credit to mistrym03 for the idea which can be found in the following lesson Click here

A FULL LESSON on constructing triangles using a compass, protractor and ruler.
Full clear visuals animations for each construction.
Paperless lesson
Touchscreen lesson: TRIGGERED
Clicker lesson: CLICKER
Assumed prior knowledge:
Use of a compass and straight edge
Measuring an angle
We are learning about: Constructing triangles
We are learning to: Use a compass, ruler and protractor to construct triangles.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to construct SSS triangles.
Secure learners will be able to construct SAS and ASA triangles.
Excelling learners will be able to construct other polygons given angles and sides.
Starter: Gets straight ‘stuck in’ with an equilateral triangle.
Main: Worked through examples of SSS, SAS and ASA triangles with visual prompts and steps, followed by 8 practice questions displayed on board after each type of triangle.
Plenary/Extension: Constructing triangles with a scale, worded constructions, sectors and other polygons.
Please do leave feedback if downloaded! THANK YOU!

TWO FULL LESSONS on finding the volume of prisms.
Contents of download:
Higher ability full lesson (5.2.1h) on volume of prisms (could be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge).
Lower ability full lesson (5.2.1f) on volume of prisms (to be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge). Ex4 and Ex5 are a suggested starting point for lesson two.
Examples (to go with PowerPoint)
Worksheets with solutions (printed and displayed on PowerPoint).
We are learning about: The volume of a prism
We are learning to: Calculate the volume of a prism.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the volume of a prism.
Secure learners will be able to find the missing length of a prism given its volume and cross-section.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the volume of a prism.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A (fast paced) FULL LESSON on sharing and comparing with ratios using with bar modelling and fractions.
Assumed prior knowledge:
Converting between metric measures.
Fractions of amounts.
We are learning about: Sharing with ratios.
We are learning to: Use ratios to compare and share amounts.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to share an amount into a given ratio.
Secure learners will be able to use a ratio to compare given amounts and totals.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of using ratios to compare and share amounts.
Starter: Express ratios as 1:n. Match up equivalent ratios (standard shade in the grid activity).
Main:
2 examples: (Ex1) finding fractions and ratio in simplest form, (Ex2) Bar modelling to share ratio.
Standard questions on sharing amounts with bar model provided.
Two more examples: comparing amounts using the bar model.
Worded questions increasing in difficulty (with solutions).
Plenary: Combining a:b and b:c to a:b:c.
Extra:
Booklet with all questions provided as worksheet to stick in books.
Any feedback is appreciated!

A FULL LESSON on negative enlargements.
Part of the soon to be released Transformations COLLECTION (Bundle).
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Secondary PowerPoint using vectors instead of directions in working.
Worksheets printable for students.
We are learning about: Negative enlargements
We are learning to: We are learning to: Describe and perform negative enlargements.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to describe an enlargement using a negative scale factor.
Secure learners will be able to perform an enlargement using a negative scale factor.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving enlarging by a negative scale factor.
Main: Walked through examples on negative enlargements on a blank grid followed by increasingly difficult practice questions and activity. Walked through examples on negative enlargements on the Cartesian grid, followed by questions increasingly difficult questions including spot the mistake. All solutions given on PPT.

A FULL LESSON on calculating the area and perimeter of a sector.
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
Simplifying expressions.
Fractions of amounts.
Working with ratios (one question)
Angles in quadrilateral (one question)
We are learning about: The area and perimeter of a sector.
We are learning to: Calculate the area and perimeter of a sector.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the area of a sector of a circle.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the perimeter of a sector.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge calculating the area and perimeter of a sector.
Starter: What fraction of the circle is shaded?
Main:
Examples to find the area and perimeter of a sector.
Standard questions with diagrams progressing to worded and problem solving questions.
Plenary: Spot the mistake.
Extra:
Booklet with all questions (including example) provided as worksheet to stick in books.
Any feedback is appreciated!

UPDATED: A FULL LESSON on the circumference of a circle.
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
Simplifying expressions.
We are learning about: The circumference of a circle.
We are learning to: Calculate the circumference of a circle.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the circumference of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the diameter or radius of a circle given its circumference.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the circumference of a circle.
Starter: Labelling a circle - starter activity
Main:
Worked through examples followed by exercises. Calculating the circumference and then again for calculating the diameter.
Plenary: Spot the mistake.
Extra:
Examples provided on printable worksheet. Similar to a bookmark shape, the students find it easy to stick this in on the (I use) left side of the page in their books. It saves time from writing down large amounts of text and drawing diagrams. More time to focus on learning!!
Worksheet with solutions on PPT.
Any feedback is appreciated!

A FULL LESSON on calculating the angle and radius of a sector, given its area or arc length.
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
Simplifying expressions.
Fractions of amounts.
Solving equations using the balancing method.
We are learning about: The angle and radius of a sector.
We are learning to: Calculate the angle and radius of a sector, given its area, arc length or perimeter.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the angle of a sector, given its area, arc length or perimeter.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the radius of a sector, given its area, arc length or perimeter.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge calculating the angle and radius of a sector.
Starter: Spot the mistake activity: calculating the area of a sector.
Main:
Examples to find the angle of a sector given its area or arc length.
Standard questions with diagrams progressing to worded questions.
Two further examples to find the radius of a sector given its area or arc length.
Standard questions with diagrams, following on to two problem solving questions.
Plenary: Find two pairs of integer values for the radius and an acute angle which give an arc length of 2π?
Extra:
Examples provided on printable worksheet. Similar to a bookmark shape, the students find it easy to stick this in on the (I use) left side of the page in their books. It saves time from writing down large amounts of text and drawing diagrams. More time to focus on learning!!
Booklet with all questions provided as worksheet to stick in books.
Any feedback is appreciated!

A full scaffolded lesson on identifying factors, multiples and prime numbers, leading into prime factor decomposition and finding the highest common factor (HCF) and lowest common multiple (LCM) of given numbers. 1->100 grids and homework included.
Credit to deselby for the plenary.
Note: This resource could be broken down into different lessons. It was designed for a 3 hour college lecture.
Please do leave feedback! Thank you.

A FULL LESSON on simplifying algebraic fractions involving quadratics.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheet printable for students. Worksheet can be used independent of the lesson!
We are learning about: Simplifying algebraic fractions
We are learning to: Simplify algebraic fractions using cancellation.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able simplify algebraic fractions using common brackets.
Secure learners will be able to simplify algebraic fractions by factorising quadratics.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving algebraic fractions.
Main: Walked through examples on products of binomials followed by increasingly difficult practice questions which can be displayed on the board. Walked through examples on quadratics in numerator and denominator increasing in difficulty to a≠1. Again, followed by practice questions which can be displayed on the board. All solutions given on PPT.

One FULL LESSON on the cosine rule.
Dependent on ability, this lesson could be split into two full lessons.
Contents of download:
Clicker version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Worksheets (including example and extension).
We are learning about: The Cosine Rule
We are learning to: Use the cosine rule to solve problems in triangles.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to find the length of a missing side of a triangle using the cosine rule.
Secure learners will be able to find a missing angle in a triangle using the cosine rule.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using the cosine rule.
Main: Derivation of the formula followed by walkthrough examples and practice questions on worksheets. Starts with basic calculating a missing side, moving to finding a missing angle. All solutions given on PPT.

A FULL LESSONs on finding parts of a ratio given another.
This lesson is designed to follow on from my previous lesson on dividing into parts.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheets for examples and exercises (Separated or together depending on how you would like to print for your students). I personally print: Examples, worksheet 1, worksheet 2.
We are learning about: Ratio - parts into parts
We are learning to: Calculate parts of a ratio, given another.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to divide an amount into a given number of equal parts.
Secure learners will be able to calculate different parts of a ratio, given another.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving calculating different parts of ratios.
Main: Walked through examples with bar modelling, followed by practice questions on worksheets. Increasingly difficult questions leading up to exam-style questions at the end. All solutions given on PPT.
Credit to MrBartonMaths and his intelligent practice exercise for inspiration behind Q5.

A booklet consisting of various magic square puzzles with solutions.
9 different 3x3
6 different 4x4
6 different 5x5
2 different 6x6
Original puzzle resource credit to: ryansmailes

A FULL LESSONs on solving linear equations using cross-multiplication.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheet for specific exercise. Ready to print as A6 or one A4 to print how you desire. This can be printed to go with the lesson as Q3,Q4,Q5 or you can use as an individual activity without the powerpoint Q1,Q2,Q3.
We are learning about: Linear equations - Cross-multiplication
We are learning to: Use cross multiplication to solve harder linear equations
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to solve linear equations using a balancing method.
Secure learners will be able to use cross multiplication to solve harder linear equations.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving cross multiplication and linear equations.
Main: Walked through examples (3) followed by practice questions which can be displayed on the board. Worksheet provided for longer time to be spent on the first ‘half’ of the lesson. Harder questions then given with binomials on denominators either side of the equals sign followed, again, by practice questions which can be displayed on the board. All solutions given on PPT.

TWO FULL LESSONS on finding the surfacea area of prisms.
Contents of download:
Higher ability full lesson (5.2.2h) on surface area of prisms (could be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge).
Lower ability full lesson (5.2.2f) on surface area of prisms (to be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge). Ex5 and Ex6 are a suggested starting point for lesson two.
Examples (to go with PowerPoint)
Worksheets with solutions (printed and displayed on PowerPoint).
We are learning about: The surface area of a prism
We are learning to: Calculate the surface area of a prism.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to draw the net of a prism.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the surface area of a given prism.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the volume of a prism.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A FULL LESSON on the area of a circle. (UPDATED)
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
The circumference of a circle.
Simplifying expressions.
We are learning about: The area of a circle.
We are learning to: Calculate the area of a circle.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the area of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Secure learners will be able to evaluate the area of a circle in terms of π.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge calculating the area of a circle.
Starter: Problem solving task to calculate the area of a pattern involving squares and quarter circles.
Main:
Animated examples (using the MORPH PowerPoint transition) of splitting the circle into sectors to form a rectangle and derive the formula for the area (Could be used as an activity - see extra below) .
Two further examples; one, leaving answers as rounded values and the second leaving answers in terms of π.
Standard questions progressing in difficulty, following on to some problem solving questions (inc. two in context).
Plenary: Spot the mistake.
Extra:
Examples provided on printable worksheet. Similar to a bookmark shape, the students find it easy to stick this in on the (I use) left side of the page in their books. It saves time from writing down large amounts of text and drawing diagrams. More time to focus on learning!!
Printable circles for if you wish to do a discovery activity with your students on deriving the formula. I don’t personally do this as my students have been quite happy to see it on the board.
Any feedback is appreciated!

A FULL LESSON on the area and circumference of a circle.
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
Simplifying expressions.
We are learning about: The area and circumference of a circle.
We are learning to: Calculate the area and circumference of a circle.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the circumference of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the area and circumference of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge calculating the area and circumference of a circle.
Starter: Labelling a circle - starter activity
Main:
Examples finding the ratio of approximated circumference to diameter for each circle and comparing solutions to 2dp.
Two further examples; one, leaving answers as rounded values and the second leaving answers in terms of π.
Standard questions progressing in difficulty, following on to some problem solving questions (inc. two in context).
Two further examples on area; one, leaving answers as rounded values and the second leaving answers in terms of π.
Standard questions progressing in difficulty, following on to some problem solving questions (inc. two in context).
Plenary: Spot the mistake.
Extra:
Examples provided on printable worksheet. Similar to a bookmark shape, the students find it easy to stick this in on the (I use) left side of the page in their books. It saves time from writing down large amounts of text and drawing diagrams. More time to focus on learning!!
Booklet with all questions provided as worksheet to stick in books.
Any feedback is appreciated!

A FULL LESSONs on introducing and using dividing into ratio.
I have previously uploaded a fast paced sharing with ratio lesson here, but this is a much more basic introduction, leading up to some exam questions.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheets for examples and exercises (Separated or together depending on how you would like to print for your students). I personally print: Starter 2x2, examples, worksheet 1, worksheet 2.
We are learning about: Dividing into parts
We are learning to: Divide an amount into a given ratio.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to divide an amount into a given number of equal parts.
Secure learners will be able to divide an amount into a given ratio with unequal parts.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving dividing an amount into a ratio.
Main: Walked through examples with bar modelling, followed by practice questions on worksheets. Increasingly difficult questions leading up to exam-style questions at the end. All solutions given on PPT.
Credit to MrBartonMaths and his intelligent practice exercise for inspiration behind Q5.

The fourth of 4 FULL LESSONs on introducing and using circle theorems.
The two theorems considered in this lesson are:
Angles in alternate segments are equal.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheets for examples and exercises (Separated or together depending on how you would like to print for your students). I personally print the ‘together’ worksheets to save on printing and then use Worksheet 2 to finish.
We are learning about: Circle theorems: Part 4
We are learning to: Calculate the missing angles in a circle using circle theorems.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to apply circle theorems to find missing angles.
Secure learners will be able to justify, with reason, the circle theorems they apply to find missing angles.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using circle theorems.
Main: Walked through examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. Starts with basic questions on the just-introduced theorem moving onto exam style questions using each of the theorems previously introduced. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A5 homework feedback form with both general and specific to maths marking conventions. Can be easily modified to any other subject.
Students should be asked to reflect on their learning and the feedback they are given in the comments.
- Example of how to use the next step questions (NSQ) -
1) Set five differentiated questions (using PowerPoint - on one slide) at the start of the lesson in which the students receive their feedback.
2) Set students one, two or three (of the five) questions to complete at the beginning of the lesson by writing the question numbers in the teacher comments section of the feedback form.
3) Ensure the questions are stretching and challenging for the high performers or that they are set at an appropriate level for those who did not do as well in the homework.