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GCSE 9-1 Exam Question Practice (Equations with Algebraic Fractions)

GCSE 9-1 Exam Question Practice (Equations with Algebraic Fractions)

This download has a great selection of exam questions on Equations with Algebraic Fractions. The questions cover the full range of skills expected at GCSE for this topic. There are fully-worked solutions for students to follow, which means that less time is needed in class for feedback. [CLICK HERE] to see a list of the other topics available. These topic booklets are great for independent study, for a homework , or for working together in class.
Maths4Everyone
GCSE 9-1 Exam Question Practice (Simplifying Algebraic Fractions)

GCSE 9-1 Exam Question Practice (Simplifying Algebraic Fractions)

This download has a great selection of exam questions on Simplifying Algebraic Fractions. The questions cover the full range of skills expected at GCSE. There are fully-worked solutions for students to follow, which means that less time is needed in class for feedback. [CLICK HERE] to see a list of the other topics available. These topic booklets are great for independent study, for a homework , or for working together in class.
Maths4Everyone
Lesson on Remainder and Factor Theorem Applications

Lesson on Remainder and Factor Theorem Applications

This is lesson on remainder and factor theorems application questions, suitable for exam preparations. 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 both lessons on my website: www.onemathsquestions.com. They are under topics "Polynomial Division". 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. Hope you find these useful, and if you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact me through TES or my website. Best wishes, Joe
joezhou
Lesson on Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem

Lesson on Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem

This is lesson on remainder and factor theorems. 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 both lessons on my website: www.onemathsquestions.com. They are under topics "Polynomial Division". 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. Hope you find these useful, and if you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact me through TES or my website. Best wishes, Joe
joezhou
Factorising Quadratics

Factorising Quadratics

A bumper collection of resources for Factorizing Quadratics, including various activities and games and plenty of practice questions, which also include the other types of factorising required for KS4 or National 5 in Scotland. - Jokes and riddles for factorising trinomials - Catchphrase for factorising trinomials - Quadratic problems for real life problems, with trinomials, completing square and finding roots - Extra questions, with five pages of simple factorisation, difference of squares, trinomials and problem solving All provided with answers
dh2119
Solving Quadratic Identities

Solving Quadratic Identities

Students learn how to solve quadratic identities by completing the square and equating terms. As learning progresses students are challenged to solve identities where the coefficient of b is odd and in the form a(x+b)^2 + c. At the start of the lesson students arrange six expressions written in the form (x + b)2 + c in order of their smallest possible value. In the plenary students are challenged to match a range of identities with their equal terms. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to solve a quadratic identity in the form (x + b)^2 + c by completing a square. Most students should be able to solve a quadratic identity in the form (x + b)^2 + c by completing a square and equating terms. Some students should be able to solve a quadratic identity in the form a(x + b^)2 + c. Mr Mathematics’ annual members have instant access to all lessons across Key Stage 3 and 4. Termly GCSE assessments are also available to monitor student’s progress. Visit mr-mathematics for * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for the GCSE 9 - 1 and new Key Stage 3 specification * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support for Key Stage 3 and 9 – 1 GCSE courses. Follow me on twitter for updates on new lessons available at http://mr-mathematics.com @mr_mathematics.
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Algebra: Quadratic Graphs 2 - Gradients & Other Problems (+ resources)

Algebra: Quadratic Graphs 2 - Gradients & Other Problems (+ resources)

This is second of two whole lessons on teaching the various aspects of quadratic graphs containing the various aspects introduced with the new 9-1 GCSE syllabus. The first lesson being the introduction is important to go through before this lesson. They are available together as a bundle. This is a substantial PowerPoint, with starters, links to video's I use, Questions, Learning objectives, key words, loads of examples etc... NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.
ajf43
Lesson on Simultaneous Equations where one equation is linear and one quadratic

Lesson on Simultaneous Equations where one equation is linear and one quadratic

This is lesson on solving simultaneous equations where one equation is linear and the other is quadratic. 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 both lessons on my website: www.onemathsquestions.com. They are under topics "Simultaneous Eqn Linear Quad". 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. Hope you find these useful, and if you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact me through TES or my website. Best wishes, Joe
joezhou
Algebra Higher Revision (Flipchart, examples, practice, answers with accompanying Student Booklet)

Algebra Higher Revision (Flipchart, examples, practice, answers with accompanying Student Booklet)

Masterclass flipchart created for Maths non-calculator GCSE, based around all Algebra skills needed. Due to the increase in algebra on this these new specification tests the flipcharts focuses on algebra. All topics covered have examples and answers. (Make you planning easier!!) There is also a PP attached which is the student booklet which works alongside the flipchart and teaching. The booklet also gives students space to copy down examples, practice and make their own notes. Topics covered : Solving Linear Equations Expanding Factorising Simultaneous Equations Quadratics Simultaneous equations Solving Quadratic Equations by Factorising Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the square Algebraic Proof
stefmathssparkle
Factorising Quadratics Practice (Progress Yourself)

Factorising Quadratics Practice (Progress Yourself)

I marked my classes books from the previous lesson and noticed that the levels of understanding how to factorise a quadratic was so varied! So I created this lesson. I marked their books and gave them an according target. They then worked on this and progressed themselves forward. This could easily work without having to had marked there books first based on some sort of previous assessment (whiteboards / mini test etc) progress ladder shown to pupils at the start of lesson so they can see where they should get too by the end of the lesson (these are nice to print out and give pupils at the end of the lesson to complete to show how far they have come in the lesson) 4 Stages ready to print off in small columns so students can stick them in and work opposite. Answers all available (I usually stick these at the front so students can check their own work). This really helped me let the students work at the correct level without stopping others from progressing. The students were very independent with progressing themselves and marking. I also printed off examples for each stage with are on the powerpoint, ans stuck these on the walls to help pupils with the next stages. Aimed at high ability KS3 & KS4
stefmathssparkle