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Inequalities

Inequalities

Inequalities fully detailed lesson plan, presentation, activity, classwork, assessment and plenary. A fun detailed and creative lesson.
Edustem1
11+ Maths and English Worksheet Pack

11+ Maths and English Worksheet Pack

A wide variety of fantastic 11+ worksheets that are sure to sharpen the minds of young students preparing for their exam or simply wishing to do some extra work that is challenging but possible! SAVE 77% PLUS SHOP DISCOUNT ON THIS BUNDLE WORTH £30!
kriss_tutor
Draws graphs of y=mx+c, Quadratic or Cubic Curves according to user-defined values using Excel.

Draws graphs of y=mx+c, Quadratic or Cubic Curves according to user-defined values using Excel.

Can be used to visually show graphs for KS3, KS4 and KS5, mainly maths but potential applications with other graph drawing subjects. Can draw straight lines (y=mx+c), quadratic (y=ax2+bx+c) and cubic (ax3 +bx2+cx+d) functions. Visually allows teachers to demonstrate in real time how altering any of the coefficients in the equations affects the shape of the line or curve. Useful for KS3 to demonstrate alteration of gradient and y-intercept, KS4 to demonstrate the shape of quadratic functions & KS5 for cubic functions.
rjkeeping
Quadratic Equations - GCSE Foundation, (US 9th - 10th grades)

Quadratic Equations - GCSE Foundation, (US 9th - 10th grades)

In this lesson, learners will be able to solve quadratic equations algebraically by factorising and find approximate solutions using a graph. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 29 interactive pages
skoolmaths
Geogebra: Graphs of  Functions

Geogebra: Graphs of Functions

Geogebra files designed for class lessons on electronic board but also useful for individual students at home or in school. Other collected files at www.geoduggie.weebly.com and www.geogebra.org/drt The free Geogebra software at www.geogebra.org/download
tumshy
Aliens Attack! - Simple Straight Lines

Aliens Attack! - Simple Straight Lines

This engaging class wide activity involves reading coordinates in one quadrant and being able to name very simple straight line graphs e.g. x=2 y=1. Increasing to four quadrants and any variation of graphs. The images are moveable and on the notebook file are on an infinite cloner so move and add at leisure.
tree1568
Nuisance Neighbours - Simple Straight Lines

Nuisance Neighbours - Simple Straight Lines

This logic puzzle involved reading coordinated in one quadrant and being able to name very simple straight line graphs e.g. x=2 y=1. Possible extensions could include, what's the fewest number of fences you could do it in. House g wants a bigger plot etc. I used this with my bottom set year 10 though is suitable for a variety of ages.
tree1568
Transforming Functions Spiders

Transforming Functions Spiders

Four spiders, two with curve and two involving trigonometric functions. These are designed to be used as starters or plenaries but they also work as consolidation activities.
alutwyche
Equation of a circle

Equation of a circle

A lesson on discovering the equation of a circle. Students start by plotting coordinates using a table of values followed by whiteboard questions on identifying the radius given an equation and writing the equation given the radius. After this are a few examples of finding the points of intersection of a line and a circle using simultaneous equations.
2molarHCl
Piecewise Functions

Piecewise Functions

I have made some simple questions on piecewise functions for KS4 classes (either higher GCSE or level 2 further maths). I started with Piece it together from Underground maths, then got them to have a go at my questions. They all fit on the blank axes attached which are from Don Steward originally, I think. Both pages fit on one sheet of A4. https://undergroundmathematics.org/thinking-about-functions/piece-it-together
baker589
Solving functions graphically

Solving functions graphically

A lesson designed to develop students' understanding of solving functions graphically. The lesson uses functions plotted via desmos, I would use this lesson with reference to the software to illustrate the functions in real time.
Smithd88
Characteristics of Graphs of Rational Expressions - Asymptotes, Holes, etc

Characteristics of Graphs of Rational Expressions - Asymptotes, Holes, etc

This 9 poster scavenger hunt requires students to examine the characteristics of rational expressions graphs. Have students analyze a question and find the graph that matches the information. Students will: Identify the horizontal and vertical asymptotes Identify the domain and range Describe end behavior Determine holes (if any) (please note: the holes are indicated by points on the graph) This is easily adaptable to fit your class needs and instructional methods. This is a great review of rational expressions and their graphs after instruction or before a test.
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