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Algebra: Cubic Graphs & Factor Theorem (+ resources) - perfect for higher tier & AS level

Algebra: Cubic Graphs & Factor Theorem (+ resources) - perfect for higher tier & AS level

This is a whole lesson which starts looking at drawing cubic graphs, before quickly moving on to looking at sketching them and developing the understanding and skills to do so. It looks at working out the key points needed and using the factor theorem and factorising in order to do so. The lesson comes with a starer, several little MWB activities, worksheet, excellent teaching slides, a handout of all the different graphs and plenary. 20 slides. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
Algebra bundle

Algebra bundle

Algebra bundle of lessons with fully detailed creative lesson plans on factorising expressions, linear expression, quadratic expansion, finding formulae and solving equations
Edustem1
New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Area of Compound Shape 2. Subtract Algebraic Expressions 3. Expand and simplify double brackets 4. Solve the quadratic equation Then use these skills A-D to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Algebra and compound shape- form and solve a quadratic equation for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets ( Qn 5 is on sheet 1 and qn 4 on sheet 2 on the answers page but the order is correct on the student sheet The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Area of Compound Shape 2. Subtract Algebraic Expressions 3. Expand and simplify double brackets 4. Solve the quadratic equation Then use these skills A-D to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Algebra and compound shape- form and solve a quadratic equation for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets ( Qn 5 is on sheet 1 and qn 4 on sheet 2 on the answers page but the order is correct on the student sheet The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Area of Compound Shape 2. Subtract Algebraic Expressions 3. Expand and simplify double brackets 4. Solve the quadratic equation Then use these skills A-D to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Algebra and compound shape- form and solve a quadratic equation for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets ( Qn 5 is on sheet 1 and qn 4 on sheet 2 on the answers page but the order is correct on the student sheet The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: Maths Bundle of Five

Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: Maths Bundle of Five

A FREE exemplar Four in a Row game on Mental Maths is available to try before you buy. Four in a Row is a game for your whiteboard. Nothing needs to be printed or prepared to play this game. The game-play is somewhere between noughts and crosses and blockbusters. Two teams alternate, competing to correctly answer questions on the grid. The board is interactive - clicking tiles changes the colours and also reveals answers. Five games are available. They are designed primarily for use at GCSE level. The questions are fully editable.
bennyjohn5
New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 5 - Geometry and Algebra Question - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Area of Compound Shape 2. Subtract Algebraic Expressions 3. Expand and simplify double brackets 4. Solve the quadratic equation Then use these skills A-D to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Algebra and compound shape- form and solve a quadratic equation for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets ( Qn 5 is on sheet 1 and qn 4 on sheet 2 on the answers page but the order is correct on the student sheet The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
Lesson on line equation application (harder) questions

Lesson on line equation application (harder) questions

This is a lesson on more demanding straight line equations application problems - related areas, intersections, etc. 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. 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
Power point presentation of Difference of squares

Power point presentation of Difference of squares

There are two parts to this resource - the power point presentation and the notes. This is a step by step presentation on how to find the difference of squares. It explains what difference of squares is, how to identify and factor difference of squares. As the teacher you can progress though the presentation at your own pace, by clicking the slide, so that you can spend as much time on each slide as you need. While the presentation is self explaining, the notes,( which are designed to be read along with the slides), expand on the presentation. At the end of the notes are a series of worksheets from bronze through to challenge sheets. The idea being that the students would do two of the worksheets - one sheet at their level of understanding, and then the next level up to challenge them. By the end of this unit, the students should be able to identify when two terms create the conditions for difference of squares, and be able to factor them. The work sheets are designed to challenge not only the students who are just beginning to understand the concept, but also to challenge the students who find the concept easy, by having them factor out two terms from an equation to create the conditions for difference of squares. It is always helpful to understand why you are learning a new skill, so the worksheets and the presentation show the students how being about to factor difference of squares will help them simplify their work.
BAscah
Algebra homework

Algebra homework

A basic level algebra linear homework with questions on collecting terms, expanding and simplifying as well as factorising. There is a previous learning question on HCF and LCM as well as an independent task
mathsbrookes
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