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Angle facts Nim - revising angle facts

Angle facts Nim - revising angle facts

Students are given some time to try and memorise all the facts on the first slide. After a dramatic countdown, advance the PP to make a fact disappear. Students have to write down the one that disappeared (harder than it seems!) Advance every min (or appropriate time) until all the facts are gone. The final slide contains the facts in the correct order. I found it worked well to tell the students it will be marked out of 24, with 2 marks for a fully correct answer and 1 mark for the key word(s) at my discretion. Students marked their own work at the end.
ggodson
A-Level Maths I C1 Checklist

A-Level Maths I C1 Checklist

A-Level Maths I C1 Checklist C1 Checklist for Edexcel A-Level Maths C1 Checklist. Checklist on the C1, covering all of the syllabus in easy to understand words and texts, including space to check how confident they are and if they have revised it. By Simplivise I Revision Made Simple
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A-Level Maths I C2 Checklist

A-Level Maths I C2 Checklist

A-Level Maths I C2 Checklist C2 Checklist for Edexcel A-Level Maths C2 Checklist. Checklist on the C2, covering all of the syllabus in easy to understand words and texts, including space to check how confident they are and if they have revised it. By Simplivise I Revision Made Simple
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A-Level Maths I S1 Checklist

A-Level Maths I S1 Checklist

A-Level Maths I S1 Checklist S1 Checklist for Edexcel A-Level Maths S1 Checklist. Checklist on the S1, covering all of the syllabus in easy to understand words and texts, including space to check how confident they are and if they have revised it. By Simplivise I Revision Made Simple
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A-Level Maths I Past Paper Tracker

A-Level Maths I Past Paper Tracker

A-Level Maths I Past Paper Tracker Edexcel Maths A-Level Past Paper Tracker. Track and visualise your progress through this easy chart, contains C1, C2, C3, C4, D1 & S1, however in word format so completely adaptable.
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NEW A Level (or AQA C3) Integration

NEW A Level (or AQA C3) Integration

A resource of questions that could be used as an assessment, HW or revision on the topics; Integration basics, Integration by substitution, Integration by parts, Solids of revolution. Ideal for the New a level or AQA C3. Worked solutions also attached.
karloprimo
Shakespeare starter tasks for every subject!

Shakespeare starter tasks for every subject!

I’ve designed this for the whole school, specifically to celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday. There are some video links for students to watch but there should be a link to each subject (apart from ICT - apologies) The idea is that students are made aware of the idea that Shakespeare is applicable to every subject and not just English. There are also form time activities for students to complete with tutors.
shakeycsuk
NEW AS Quadratics,Circles & Discriminant

NEW AS Quadratics,Circles & Discriminant

A resource of questions which could be used as an assessment, HW or revision covering the topics; quadratic inequalities, finding and using the equations of circles, finding points intersection of lines with quadratics/circles and solving problems involving the use of the discriminant. Also contains a problem-solving challenge and has worked solutions attached. Perfectly suited for the New AS specification.
karloprimo
How many tiles for a given area.  Decimal division required. Answers included

How many tiles for a given area. Decimal division required. Answers included

Suitable for year 6. Dimensions of the wall and tile are given. Decimal multiplication is needed to work out the areas of both. The children need to use decimal division to work out number of tiles. Second question requires them to cost the job using a given, simple hourly rate. Very often, with multi step problems, the children have forgotten to go back to the question and make sure they have worked it through to the end…hence the worksheet. I have hand written the answers as I find this helps them , when they are checking their work . Some of my children are very reluctant to commit pencil to paper but I find that if they see some examples, they realise they can work the answer faster if they are writing down the steps. If you do download and you have time, I’d be grateful for any feedback…good or bad. Thanks.
Judith321