Part 1: Converting between metric units of length, mass (weight) and capacity.
1. PowerPoint demonstrating converting units
2. Worksheet including a crossnumber (Number crossword) and problem solving and reasoning questions.
3. Answers included on the PowerPoint.
Update: Crossword has been fixed.
Part 2: Imperial Units
Contains examples, conversions and problem solving on the following:
Converting between imperial units
Converting between imperial and metric units.
1. Starter on percentages of amounts
2. Mental methods on percentage increase and decrease
3. Calculator method on percentage increase and decrease
4. Examples include the bar model to help pupils understand that the original amount equals 100%
1. Highly visual PowerPoint taking pupils through the different types of angles in parallel lines.
2. A well differentiated worksheet encourgaing pupils to give reasons for their answers.
3. Worksheet includes 3 challenging GCSE questions and a NRICH task.
4. PowerPoint includes fully worked out answers.
Sketching quadratic graphs using completing the square and the quadratic formula.
Solving quadratic equations using graphs.
Solve quadratic and linear simultaneous equations using graphs.
All worksheet free with examples, questions and answers.
The Radius: Working out the gradient and length of the radius
The Tangent: Working out the equation of a tangent and applying it to solve problems
Equation of a Circle: Drawing circles from their equations
Solving simultaneous equations graphically.
Solving simultaneous equations algebraically.
32 weeks of quick mental numeracy questions which are to be completed in form time. Each session should take between 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
Over 600 question per year in total:
Year 7 and 8 workbook. NEW: MIXED QUESTIONS ADDED EVERY TWO WEEKS
NEW: YEAR 9 HAS NOW BEEN ADDED
Topics include the following:
Powers of 10
Multiples and factors
Fractions of amounts
Simple adding and subtracting fractions
Converting between FDP
Percentages of amounts
Squares and cubes
Collecting like terms
Adding and subtracting fractions.
1. Adding and subtracting fractions using diagrams (same denominator)
2. Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator.
3. Adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators.
4. Adding and subtracting mixed numbers.
5. Activities include problem solving and RICH tasks.
6. Examples come with diagrams to help pupils gain full understanding.
Fractions lessons designed for pupils learning how to simplify, add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions.
Highly visual to support pupils understanding of fractions.
1. Simplifying Fractions
2. Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
3. Fractions of Amounts
4. Adding and Subtracting Fractions
5. Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
1. A PowerPoint designed to prompt pupils to fully understand 3D shapes.
2. A worksheet allowing pupils to investigate Euler's Formula. Questions within the worksheet are well differentiated to allow pupils to maximise their progress. Pupils will also investigate Platonic shapes.
3. Pupils will gain a full understanding of Prisms and Pyramids.
4. Pupils will gain knowledge on Polyhedrons and Non-Polyhedrons. Pupils will be able to explain why a Cylinder is not a Prism.
5. All misconceptions are addressed in this lesson.
Complete lesson on using the multiplier method.
Starter: Converting percentages to decimals
Main 1: Percentages of amounts
Main 2: Percentage increase and decrease
Key Question: GCSE past paper question (AQA)
Each exercise contains reasoning and problem solving
Examples and answers included
A bundle containing highly visual and detailed activities on all things angles.
The activities are well differentiated and allows pupils to make maximum progress.
Each activity has a corresponding PowerPoint taking pupils through the different facts.
Each PowerPoint has detailed solutions to the activities.
1. Includes a PowerPoint and a worksheet designed to allow all pupils make progress and grain a full understanding of decimal place value.
2. Decimal place value: Tenths, hundredths and thousandths.
3. Highly visual approach to teaching and learning decimal place value.
A series of lessons designed for the new GCSE. I have designed it for my top set year 10s and used the second lesson to recap completing the square, factorising and the quadratic formula. The pupils got a lot from these lessons.
WALT and WILF
Starter: Areas of triangles
Main 1: Areas of parallelograms, missing sides, compound shapes and problem solving question
Main 2: Areas of trapeziums, missing sides, compound shapes and problem solving question