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Lesson on Remainder and Factor Theorem Applications

Lesson on Remainder and Factor Theorem Applications

This is lesson on remainder and factor theorems application questions, suitable for exam preparations. 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
Tour de France Formulas Lesson

Tour de France Formulas Lesson

I made this for my year 6 Maths class although it could be used higher up. It gets the class using formula repetitively before applying their learning to word problems. All the work is differentiated and the sheets just need to be printed from the slides. ALL WORKSHEETS COME WITH ANSWERS!
rjenny90
Algebra Word Problems

Algebra Word Problems

This is a series of questions that will guide pupils from thinking only in numbers to thinking algebraically. The questions are increasingly challenging, finishing with some that require a lot of thought and can be investigated further.
dh2119
Change the Subject of a Formula

Change the Subject of a Formula

This is a series of questions aimed at making pupils more comfortable with dealing with formulas with fractions in them. I made this worksheet in response to a very bright class who had no problems with most formula but struggled rearranging fractions. Full solutions included.
dh2119
Loop Card Races

Loop Card Races

A collection of 12 Loop Card sets, each on a different Topic. Cards are colour coded and ready to cut out (red - basic skills; orange - developing; green - comfortable; blue - harder)
Maths4Everyone
Rearranging Formulas - Introduction, Examples and Investigation

Rearranging Formulas - Introduction, Examples and Investigation

A set of worksheets building up to an investigation about the time it takes for an object to drop that can be done in the classroom to practice the skills learned. The sections are: - Basic Skills (factorising, simplifying fractions, solving equations) - Questions (rearranging linear formulas, quadratic formulas, and more difficult formulas too) - Investigation (how long it takes a ball to drop, using a formula and testing it) All provided with full solutions
dh2119
Functions - Domain, Range, Composite

Functions - Domain, Range, Composite

A series of four worksheets about domain, range and composite functions. There is many lessons work here with lots of practice. The four parts are: - Domain and Range - Composite Functions - Further Functions (combining domain, range, composite) - Extension (proofs about linear functions) All provided with full solutions
dh2119
Loop Card Races (Substitution 3)

Loop Card Races (Substitution 3)

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. 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
Loop Card Races (Substitution 2)

Loop Card Races (Substitution 2)

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. 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
Loop Card Races (Substitution 1)

Loop Card Races (Substitution 1)

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. 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
Rearranging Formulae - Common Misconceptions - Spot the Mistakes!!

Rearranging Formulae - Common Misconceptions - Spot the Mistakes!!

This worksheet is aimed at those studying higher tier GCSE Maths. Students are given 8 questions which have been incorrectly completed. They must spot the mistake and write the correct answer in the middle column. The third column is to write down in words what the person has done wrong (good for summarising/useful for revision). This is a useful activity for pair work/group work! Rather than me telling students to watch out for common errors, by the end of the lesson the students were able to tell me where the person went wrong! A challenging but effective revision lesson. ANSWERS INCLUDED :)
emcnicholl
Forming and Solving Equations (KS3, Low Ability KS4)

Forming and Solving Equations (KS3, Low Ability KS4)

Forming and Solving Equations PP aimed at KS3 middle ability, also used with low ability KS4. Mixed Starter with answers. Basic examples on forming expressions, then questions for pupils to try with answers. Harder examples - with angles and perimeter etc. Worksheet on PP with increasing levels of difficulty - With answers. Really easy lesson to get and go !
stefmathssparkle