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IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

This is the IAL C34 Specimen Question Paper (free sample). Only questions appear in the document without any written space. I have written the paper using LaTeX ( a high quality typesetting document preparation system) and compiled to get the PDF output. Teachers and tutors can now easily save paper and print the question paper for exam practice and revision purposes of their students. The omission of writing space is a huge advantage in saving ink and paper, because original papers comes with a lot of empty space for the answer. The LaTeX written paper have all the math beautifully formatted and typeset even to the minor details. The question paper comes with a cover page for reference. Teachers can opt out this page if necessary when giving for print. Mark scheme is attached. NB: Here is a link to my store @TpT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Smart-A-Level-Math

By mohdamir69

Awesome Vectors Race Game (including vector addition/subtraction)

Awesome Vectors Race Game (including vector addition/subtraction)

This is a very engaging and tactical game that can be played by 2-4 players. Students take it in turns to play a vector card to move their counter around the track. Once they get the hang of this they should start playing combinations of vectors to move around more quickly. Differentiated by outcome (students choose the difficulty of the combinations they play) and differentiated by task (make the game harder by only allowing 3 or more cards to be played at once. Students will get lots of practice adding and subtracting vectors, as well as multiplying them by scalar quantities.

By flibit

Vectors Card Sort and Matching activities

Vectors Card Sort and Matching activities

These activities are designed to promote discussion and mathematical reasoning skills around vectors and vector addition/subtraction. The first activity asks students to work in pairs to match a resultant vector diagram to an expression like a + b. For extension, students show the vector addition visually and then write it formally for each card. The second activity asks students to sort cards that contain statements about combining vectors in to three columns (Always True, Always False, and Sometimes True) and justify their answers (again in pairs).

By flibit

Nat5 bundle

Nat5 bundle

Nat5 resources to get maths qualification through an active experience. Tarsias, treasure hunts and more!

By misscmiller

C4 ALevel summary

C4 ALevel summary

"cheat sheet" covering all C4 topics for CCEA ALevel. Use for revision classes/exercises as a guide or as a comfort blanket for a class test.

By woodsam

FP3 Vectors Notes (Full Edexcel Spec)

FP3 Vectors Notes (Full Edexcel Spec)

This is a revision guide for the further vectors work covered in Edexcel's FP3 specification. Vectors turn quite complicated in this exam, and this revision guide aims to simplify that with brief pointers as to how to approach a question. Content covered includes, but is not limited to, volumes/areas of shapes, intersections of lines-lines, lines-planes, planes-planes, and trickier problems involving skew lines.

By oinkk