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Spaghetti Sine Graph

Spaghetti Sine Graph

I have made a PowerPoint to explain the classic spaghetti trig lesson and a publisher file (or pdf) which can be printed on A3 (three sheets) to speed things up a bit. For instructions about how to run the lesson see the NCTM website or aap03102 has shared some videos on here. http://illuminations.nctm.org/lesson.aspx?id=2870 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spaghetti-trig-graphs-6197457
baker589
Lesson- Positive and Negative Exponents

Lesson- Positive and Negative Exponents

This resource is for six graders who are now learning about positive and negative exponents or a student who needs a quick review in the topic. My resource includes Mathematics vocabulary which is very useful when a student needs to become familiar with terminology in a new topic.Furthermore a class worksheet and home-work sheet are included.
Sugarsab
Christmas Relay

Christmas Relay

A relay task with a festive theme of helping Santa's elves with some mathematics. Practicing: - Multiplication - Area - Writing expressions - Proportion - Rate of pay
TheShortShort
3H Extra Question to Match the November 2017 Edexcel GCSE Maths Paper

3H Extra Question to Match the November 2017 Edexcel GCSE Maths Paper

Suitable for students who are given the November 2017 papers as their mocks. The idea is that after the mock students identify which questions they got wrong and then complete the corresponding extra questions from this document so that they can (hopefully) gain a better understanding of this topic. The questions match up exactly (ie Q1 on the real Nov 2017matches with Q1 on this document etc...)
Rosiehns
3F Extra Question to Match November 2017 Edexcel GCSE Paper

3F Extra Question to Match November 2017 Edexcel GCSE Paper

Suitable for students who are given the November 2017 papers as their mocks. The idea is that after the mock students identify which questions they got wrong and then complete the corresponding extra questions from this document so that they can (hopefully) gain a better understanding of this topic. The questions match up exactly (ie Q1 on the real Nov 2017matches with Q1 on this document etc...)
Rosiehns
Sequences Bingo

Sequences Bingo

Bingo aimed at KS3, focused on finding the next term in the sequence. Supplied is a PDF of the answers and a PowerPoint with the bingo slides. Play for either a house or a line. One of the questions is a red herring with an answer not being on the grid to chose from. This will highlight to you if there are any students who don't follow the rules of the game.
TheShortShort
Revision Relay

Revision Relay

A revision relay activity. This can be aimed at a range of year groups. From higher sets in year 8 all the way to revision sessions in year 11. This resources tests: - Conversion - Area and Perimeter - Proportion - Substitution And other key areas in mathematics. It is a good was to stress how accuracy can be better than speed. My typical set up for the lesson would be to print two pages on an A4 page and cut them into individual questions. Each team must complete question 1 before going onto question 2 etc. I set up a table with the questions lined across them and keep track on an excel sheet of the progress for each question.
TheShortShort
Basic Index Laws

Basic Index Laws

9-1 GCSE: 2 lessons covering the Index laws of 1] Multiplication 2] Division 3] Brackets 4] Negative Powers 5] Fractional Powers. Fully worked examples and answers for all questions
jchowell
Bearings

Bearings

A full lesson on bearings. Includes basic practise with compass points, developing fluency on to back-bearings and the moves onto problem solving. Answers for the practise and fluency are included on a separate PDF document.
nathan_hopwood