Test your pupils' knowledge of solving quadratic inequalities in a motivating and engaging way with this differentiated target table. The aim is to reach a target score, set by you, by answering questions from the table. The questions are differentiated, with different point values, so pupils can choose their own difficulty level.
The easiest questions require students to factorise a quadratic expression where a=1 in order to solve the inequality. The hardest questions require pupils to factorise an expression where a>1 and in some cases where a is negative. Some of the hardest questions require rearranging first. Of course, the quadratic formula could be used rather than factorising if you would prefer!
There are 15 questions in total so this activity would make a perfect consolidation task as the main part of your lesson. This topic is new to the GCSE for 2017 and this resource has been designed to meet the specification, it's therefore ideal for a higher GCSE class.
You'll get full instructions, answers and a thoughtfully differentiated resource - everything you need for a great lesson!
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