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Loop Card Races (Transformation of Functions)

Loop Card Races (Transformation of Functions)

This download contains four sets of 16 cards. Students choose a set of cards and sort them into order! The questions are the same for each set, but the sort order has been changed. This way, students can repeat the activity with different versions of the cards and check that they have learnt from earlier mistakes. [CLICK HERE] for a list of Loop Cards on other topics. The cards can either be used by individuals, pairs or small groups. Solutions and instructions are included, but my favourite use is for two students to have different versions of the cards and race each other. They then check their answers, shuffle, swap packs and race again (quickest overall time wins!) Cut out card size is approx. 65 x 90 mm.
Maths4Everyone
Lesson on Algebraic Division

Lesson on Algebraic Division

This is lesson on algebraic division, learning algebraic division from long division. Also contain example where divisor 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 "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
AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 23 and 24 Curve Sketching

AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 23 and 24 Curve Sketching

Two lessons which slowly take students through the basics of curve sketching. The powerpoints show students how to get a hold of the shape of each curve (quadratic, cubic, quartic, reciprocal), the role the sign of the dominant terms plays and the effect of repeated roots (tangency). The powerpoints contain a starter of basic material in the A level course so far and the worksheets are fully differentiated. One of these can easily be used with KS4, the other should only be used for high achievers
Weltmeister7
AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 22 Transform Curve

AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 22 Transform Curve

One of the topics students find most challenging. The fully animated powerpoint (which contains a 5 minute starte) takes students through the basic transformations of the curve y = f(x). There is a slide which summarises the findings of the lesson and the resource that accompanies the lesson is fully differentiated where students skecth various transformations of given curves and write the names of transformed curves. The resource is write on and students can file their completed work. This lesson can also be used at KS4.
Weltmeister7
Factorise Quadratic Expression Questions

Factorise Quadratic Expression Questions

These are tiered questions on factorise quadratic expressions. We start with the type without constant term, moving onto monic quadratic expression where the coefficient of x squared is 1, then negative x squared coefficient, and finally common factor in the three terms. Detailed typed answers are provided to every question. I hope you find it useful. You can get more free worksheets on many topics, mix and match, with detailed step-by-step solutions at http://www.onemathsquestions.com
joezhou
Quadratic Equations by Factorisation Lesson Ppt

Quadratic Equations by Factorisation Lesson Ppt

These are three lessons plans and power points for solving quadratic equations by factorisation: lesson 1: solving standard quadratic equation by factorisation lesson 2: factorising quadratic expressions (this in fact is slightly harder than solving standard quadratics) lesson 3: solving non-standard quadratic equations by factorisation The lessons focus on a 'short' factorisation method (one-line method, for equations with arbitrary x squared coefficient ). Given the amount of quadratic equations students need to do, having a faster method at hand could be useful. A proof of why the 'short' method works is given at the end of lesson 1. In lesson 1, I also talk about when the product is positive, looking for two numbers which adds to the sum S, and when the product is negative, looking for two numbers whose difference is the sum S. This is only to help the less able students to determine what to look for, when trying to find the two numbers for the factorisation. The lessons are designed for AS revision of quadratics, and recommended to 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 both solving quadratic equations and factorising quadratic expressions on my website: www.onemathsquestions.com. They are under topics "Quadratic Equations" and "Factorise Quadratic" 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.
joezhou
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
Differentiation

Differentiation

16 Powerpoints presentation for the following topics: Limits and convergence Basic rules for derivative The equations of tangent and normal lines Basic rules of derivatives The derivative of e^x and the derivative of ln x The product rule The quotient rule The chain rule for composite functions The second derivative and higher order derivatives Rate of change Velocity and acceleration functions Relative and global extrema Concavity Sketching a graph Optimisation problems
oralhurt
Functions

Functions

Three worksheets on the following topics: changing the subject of a formula, inverse functions and exponential and logarithmic functions. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/
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