#### Setting Up, Rearranging & Solving Equations

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This unit contains full lesson plans and resources to teach the ‘Equations’ unit and is suitable for GCSE Higher Tier students. The lessons are designed for the new GCSE specification. The pack contains eight detailed lesson plans, each accompanied with student worksheets and other classroom resources that you can use, including suggested support and extension activities for each lesson, as well as a homework activity to accompany the unit and an end-of-unit assessment. The lessons contained are: • Solving Linear Equations • Solving Equations with Brackets • Setting Up &amp; Solving Equations • Changing the Subject of a Formula • Changing the Subject of Harder Formulae • Proof • Trial &amp; Improvement • Iteration

#### Meat Masterchef - Real life graphs and algebra

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Functional maths type scenario. Students inagine they are working in a butcvhers and need to make labels for roasting joints and meat. This involves reading conversion graphs, creating conversion graphs, developing formula from worded information, rearranging equations for temperature. A bit teacher led, you may like to print notes pages to give to more able students so they can speed ahead. There is a simplified foundation version.

#### SUVAT equations - Kinematics

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A real-life link lesson introducing the SUVAT equations, meanings of letters, learning to select the correct equation for the question, and rearranging to solve. Uses popular car data to see relevant applications in real-life. Includes a starter on Speed = Distance / Time, diagnostic questions using RAG&amp;White, examples and practice, then Nando's themed differentiated questions (with answers) and a literacy plenary to write to their future selves what mistakes to avoid and to explain in their own words - &quot;metacognition&quot; or something! Please let me know what you think :)

#### Rearranging formulae / changing the subject - Complete bar modelling lesson and mastery worksheet

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This is a complete introductory mastery lesson on rearranging formulae using the Singapore bar modelling method. As this is an introductory lesson there are no powers involved in any of the questions. The lesson includes a starter activity based on solving equations (from AQA's topic tests). A clear explanation on how to use the bar model to rearrange equations. (Starts with using numbers first and then builds in unknown variables) Loads of examples given at each step and practice questions for students to attempt. A mastery worksheet split into 3 sections (fluency, reasoning and problem solving) so students can master the topic. Answers for the worksheet. Plenary question getting students to rearrange a real life formula. If you would like to change the year in the PowerPoint (I have taught this topic to year 10) all you need to do is to view slide master and change the master slide. If you are just looking for a rearranging formulae worksheet, I have uploaded my worksheet separately, the link for this is below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/rearranging-formulae-changing-the-subject-no-powers-involved-mastery-worksheet-11701971

#### Rearranging Formula Projects including KS4 / National 5 Skills Practice

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A series of projects on rearranging formulas. (Note: Some of the embedded equations do not display well on the TES preview but they all display perfectly on the downloadable PDFs) Each project is linked to real life situations, and also includes lots of practice at other KS4 / National 5 Skills: standard form, algebra using brackets, volume formulas, rounding, units, surds.

#### Rearranging Formula Projects including general 9th/10th grade Skills Practice

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A series of projects on rearranging formulas. (Note: Some of the embedded equations do not display well on the TES preview but they all display perfectly on the downloadable PDFs) Each project is linked to real life situations, and also includes lots of practice at other 9th Grade / 10th Grade Skills: standard form, algebra using brackets, volume formulas, rounding, units, surds .

#### Straight Line Graphs & Equations | Printables & Worksheets

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A 48-page creatively designed worksheet pack on Straight Line Graphs which includes: • An introductory activity to check that students have the skills required to access this topic. This includes the substitution of values into a linear equation and then plotting the x and y value coordinates onto a graph. • An investigation sheet, on which students will discover how the value of m and c in the equation y=mx+c affects the line graph. • An activity where students will draw linear graphs from equations, and find equations from graphs. • A cut and match activity where students can visually connect equations with real life scenarios. • Challenge questions where students find gradients and y-intercepts when equations are not in the form y=mx+c, and the identificaion of parallel lines from equations only. • A confidence checklist for students to assess whether they have grasped what they have learned in this pack. A US version of this product is available in our US store here where notation is in US form (y=mx+b) You may also like: Rearranging Equations Card Game Understanding and Manipulating Algebra Worksheets

#### New GCSE Grade 8/9 target

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Our five GCSE maths grade 8/9 target packs on Algebra, Graphs, Number, Geometry and Statistics &amp; Probability Includes the following topics: Algebra Rearranging Equations, Binomials, Algebraic Fractions, Algebraic Proof, Quadratics with x^2 coefficient greater than one, Quadratic and Geometric Sequences, Quadratic Inequalities, Simultaneous Equations involving Quadratics, Functions and Iterative Methods. Number Recurring Fractions and Decimals, Surds, Indices, Bounds, Standard Form, Direct and Inverse Proportion, Compound Percentages, Percentage Change, Reverse Percentages. Geometry Circle Theorems, Equations of a Circle, Congruence and Similarity, Arcs Sectors and Segments, Volume, Invariant Points, Englargement of Volume given Scale Factor, Sin and Cosine Rules, Exact Trigonometric Values, 3D Trigonometry, Vectors. Graphs Coordinates, Equation of the Circle, Quadratic Graphs, Harder Graphs including Exponential and Cubic Graphs, Trigonometric Graphs, Transformations of Graphs, Gradients in Real Life Graphs, Velocity Time Graphs. Statistic and Probability Combinations and Permutations, Stratified Sampling, Probability Problem Solving involving Algebra, Tree Diagrams, Conditional Probability, Venn Diagrams including Algebra and Set Notation, Histograms including Finding Averages and Probability from Histograms, Averages Problem Solving.

#### Equations (MEP – GCSE) Lesson , worksheet

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The topic of Equatons from the GCSE books of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm Keywords: Algebra, Formula, Simplify, Identities, Term, Revision, Brackets, Expression, Expand, Factorise, Linear, Quadratic, Common Factors, Order of Operations, BODMAS, BIDMAS, Equation, Solve, Rearrange, Manipulate, Unknown, Trial and Improvement, Factorisation, Quadratic Formula, Algebraic Fractions, Simplify, Simple, Negative, Positive, Root, Solution.

#### Iteration and Iterative Processes - Full lesson, quizzes, differentiated worksheet, exam questions

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(27/11/17) Updated (All answers are provided) I've designed this lesson to build up students knowledge of iteration and iterative processes. It begins with a quick stop clock starter to review skills they should already know and will need to use throughout the lesson. The it leads to a discussion about what iteration is using real life concepts such as painting a door. This leads into a slide and discussion on the maths definition of what iterative processes are. Non calculator section Students shouldn't use a calculator/ ans button for these first questions so they can grasp the concept of iteration by physically doing substituting the previous answer in. 1) There are two basic iteration examples, fully animated, for students to follow through with yourself. 2) This the leads to 3 questions for the students to try for them selves. Calculator section Finding x1, x2 and x3 1) Explanation of where to find the ans button on your calculator and how it works. It's useful to get the students to do it on their calculators along with the PowerPoint. 2) 2 examples of iterative process questions that require a calculate. 3) 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Estimating a solution 1) 2 fully animated examples on estimating a solution to a required number of decimal places. 2) 2 questions for the students to try themselves. Rearranging to make an iterative formula 1) 3 different example rearrangements of the same formula 2) Odd one out. Students need to spot which iterative formula isn't a rearrangement of the equation. The resource then in includes a differentiated focused activity which progressively gets harder. This gives students a chance to master and enhance their skills. It includes 5 separate sections a skill 1, 2 &amp; 3 and a stretch. These are all displayed on the same slide for ease of use, however these questions are quite wordy and it may be worth while to print the slide off as a worksheet. Then to finish there is an application on how this could be seen in an exam situation with exam style questions including answers. I hope you find this resource as useful as my students have. Miss B

#### Linear Functions - Straight Line Graph Quizzes

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The following are 5 quizzes created for online teaching through Microsoft Teams. All 5 quizzes are multiple choice, so self marking. The 5 quizzes cover the entire topic of linear functions which are as follow: Straight Line Graphs; graphing, finding an equation, finding gradient, interpreting equation, rearranging equations (25 questions) Parallel and Perpendicular Lines (19 questions) Modelling Linear Functions – Real Life Graphs (14 questions) Distance and Midpoint (10 questions) Equations of Perpendicular Bisectors (5 questions)

#### Iteration Full Lesson - Maths GCSE Higher PowerPoint & ActivInspire

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Full lesson on iteration; includes two hours of teaching time: Finding the nth term of an iterative sequence Locating roots by change of sign Rearranging equations into an iteration formula Using trial and improvement to estimate a solution Maths GCSE Higher Tier PowerPoint &amp; ActivInspire Formats included Take back hours of your time and still deliver an excellent lesson! Lesson benefits include: Engage a love of learning by discussion of how topics apply in real life Set high expectations of presentation with starter slide Examples clearly written out - can be used as a resource for students who were absent Mini White Board section to check for understanding - change to a “mini quiz” if no white boards available in classroom Lessons are scaffolded to reach all learners; gradually increase in difficulty Solutions for every question Lesson slides kept simple to prevent cognitive overload

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#### KS3 Linear Equations (MEP – Year 7 – Unit 16)

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Worksheets, activities and lesson plans. The topic of Linear Equations from the Year 7 book of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm Keywords: Algebra, Equation, Solve, Unknown, Linear, Formula, Code, Function Machine, Input, Output, Operation, Inverse, Reverse, Process.

#### Gravity and the Inverse Square Law

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GCSE higher, inverse proportion activity/worksheet. Mathematics, Physics cross-curricular task based on applying the inverse square law to Newton’s laws of gravity. In this real life application of inverse proportion, pupils will investigate how gravity fields on various planets are inversely proportional to their radius and, subsequently, how they are related to their mass. This is followed by some particularly testing questions to really check pupil’s mathematical, physical and logical reasoning. Answers and internet links included.

#### The Lemon Splash Lesson

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Look at PPT for ideas (not for students). Show video as large as poss - stick on a loop so it continually replays. Guide students towards answering 'How much slower is it than real life?' and 'How wrong might I be?' Use report template to help students get started. See 'model answer&' for ideas on maths to include. After they&';ve done reports, maybe get them to mark mine and give helpful feedback (so they actually READ it!) It worked well with my top set Yr10, but I also got some good mileage out of it with a Yr8 group - they learned that there isn't always &'AN&'; answer to a question.

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