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OLD SPEC EDEXCEL CORE 3 REVISION LESSONS BY TOPIC

OLD SPEC EDEXCEL CORE 3 REVISION LESSONS BY TOPIC

The 4 classic areas that students tend to be intimidated by in Core 3: modulus, exponential modelling, differentiation and reciprocated trig functions. Go through the powerpoints at the board and model the answers. Then give students the relevant worksheet (many differentiated) and let them work through. Answers not supplied throughout
Weltmeister7
Chain rule worksheets (with answers)

Chain rule worksheets (with answers)

Three worksheets on differentiating using the chain rule. Good for A' Level students. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Core 3: Integration Hard

Core 3: Integration Hard

A selection of questions 1-9 of very hard integration questions for AQA A-Level Maths Core 3. These questions are a definite stretch from those given in past papers and will definitely prepare students for the worst questions, ready for the exams.
TheWilWheaton
Functions lesson with differentiated worksheet

Functions lesson with differentiated worksheet

A lesson on functions along with exam questions, differentiated questions and answers, assessment opportunities and a more complex differentiated worksheet aimed at challenging the SOMA/higher ability students. Covers substituting into basic and complex functions, solving linear, quadratic and algebraic functions and composite functions. Really great resource.
husam110
IB Maths HL - Topic 2 Functions - Notes

IB Maths HL - Topic 2 Functions - Notes

Handwritten notes that I made for my HL students on Topic 2 in the IB - Functions. It includes: 2.1 - Concepts (Domain, range, composite, inverse, domain restriction, odd/even functions) 2.2 - Graph Features (Intercepts, asymptotes, absolute value graphs) 2.3 - Transformations 2.4 - Rational, Log, Exp. graphs 2.5 - Polynomials (+ factor and remainder theorem) 2.6 - Quadratics (+ sum and product of roots for quad. and poly.) 2.7 - Inequalities
jwmcrobert
Algebra: Cubic Graphs & Factor Theorem (+ resources) - perfect for higher tier & AS level

Algebra: Cubic Graphs & Factor Theorem (+ resources) - perfect for higher tier & AS level

This is a whole lesson. 20 slides. It starts looking at drawing cubic graphs, before quickly moving on to looking at sketching them and developing the understanding and skills to do so. It looks at working out the key points needed and using the factor theorem and factorising in order to do so. The lesson comes with a starer, several little MWB activities, worksheet, excellent teaching slides, a handout of all the different graphs and plenary. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
Can you crack the code? Further maths revision challenge - perfect for new spec problem solving

Can you crack the code? Further maths revision challenge - perfect for new spec problem solving

For these lessons, I have a wooden box which I fill full of goodies (fruits, sweets etc). I then have a large metal chain wrapped around the box with a colourful padlock on (all of which builds the tension...). The aim is for the students to work away in pairs to crack the code! If you don't want to purchase the box etc, the worksheet works perfectly well on it's own. Note: the solution for this worksheet is 6452. This worksheet is a real challenge for your KS5 students - perfect for the new A Level demands.
Mr_Luscombe_Maths
Graph symmetry introduction to odd/even functions and graphs of inverses

Graph symmetry introduction to odd/even functions and graphs of inverses

Do your pupils remember those symmetry exercises they did when you were younger? Why shouldn't those learning about graphs of functions have a go as well? Present them this worksheet as a lesson starter, with no further introduction. Then encourage them to recognise and label each function. Finally, lead discussions about odd and even functions, or the graphs of inverses, including restricting the domain of functions so that they have an inverse. The functions featured are linear, quadratic, cubic, reciprocal, exponential and trigonometric. Suitable for A-level or Advanced Higher.
pas1001
One Variable Equation / Linear Equation Lesson Ppt

One Variable Equation / Linear Equation Lesson Ppt

These are the lessons plans and power points for one variable / linear equations. One variable is a more suitable description, as the lessons eventually leads to some very demanding multi (5+) steps, repeated fraction questions, as well as questions where the unknown initially appears on both sides. Students are first introduced to the basic principles of algebra which stealthily guides all that they do. Then they apply that knowledge to learn strategies to solve one variable equations. There are three lessons, and should be taught in that order. The bundle contains both the lesson presentations with 'overlay animations', where steps are reviewed one at a time. There is also an accompanying presenter view pdf for teachers for each lesson ppt. The documents are prepared meticulously with LaTeX, I hope you find these useful. In addition, you can get unlimited number of high quality practice questions and solutions for linear equations on my website: www.onemathsquestions.com You can generate the worksheets yourself, and each question will come with a set of very detailed step by step solutions, set out in exactly the same way as the lesson presentation examples. PS: Any comments or suggestions are very welcome, through TES or my website. In addition, if you need a particular type of question, you can ask me to make them for you (for free), sometimes I may just do it for you! Best wishes, Joe
joezhou