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Vectors - A level AS Mathematics

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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include; • A complete set of notes for students • Model examples • Probing questions to test understanding • Class questions including answers • Individual whiteboard work • Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download Vectors covers; Use vectors in two dimensions Calculate the magnitude and direction of a vector and convert between component form and magnitude/direction form Add vectors diagrammatically and perform the algebraic operations of vector addition and multiplication by scalars, and understand their geometrical interpretations Understand and use position vectors Calculate the distance between two points represented by position vectors Use vectors to solve problems in pure mathematics and in context, including forces
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AS Mathematics

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Full Revision Summary and Examples for every Chapter in AS Pure Maths and AS Mechanics and Statistics
Differentiation - A level AS MathematicsQuick View
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Differentiation - A level AS Mathematics

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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include; A complete set of notes for students Model examples Probing questions to test understanding Class questions including answers Individual whiteboard work Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download Differentiation covers; Understand and use the derivative of f(x) as the gradient of the tangent to the graph of y=f(x) at a general point (x,y) including; the gradient of a tangent as a limit; interpretation as a rate of change; sketching the gradient function for a given curve differentiation from first principles for small positive integer powers of n Differentiate x^n , for rational values of n , and related constant multiples, sums and differences Second derivative including understanding and using it as the rate of change of gradient Apply differentiation to find gradients, tangents and normals, maxima and minima and stationary points. Identify where functions are increasing or decreasing.
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Maths Christmas Quiz! (Mathematics)

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A professionally designed Christmas quiz for Maths teachers to use with KS3-5 students, featuring 60 well-presented questions and an answer sheet. If you like it: leave a 5* rating and email us (godwin86@gmail.com) and we’ll send you a beautiful Christmas Crossword worksheet for free! The quiz also includes a word-search (on screen) and a couple of anagram rounds. Fifty of the questions are all Christmas-related and not connected to a specific school-subject: the final ten are subject specific and deal either with GCSE terminology of “fun facts”. Differentiation can easily be achieved by changing quiz group sizes. The quiz is suitable for KS3-5. Completing and peer-marking the 60-question quiz should take the best part of a 1-hour lesson.
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Year 3 Core Objectives for Mathematics

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An assessment of the core objectives for Year 3 Mathematics (New National Curriculum 2014) with engaging activities for each objective. This resource can be used to aid teacher assessment and identify gaps in basic mathematical understanding. For more Mathematics resources, visit: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_subject=mathematics
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Mathematics Easter egg hunt

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Mathematics Games to play close to Easter. A series of Mathematics games that can be played in the classroom or even placed around the school play ground for break and lunchtime activities. Each game consists of twelve questions written onto twelve pictured easter eggs. The idea is that the students know the starting card but initially have no idea of the last card. The aim of the game is to answer the questions in the correct order thereby revealing a code. The student can then submit the correct code to the teacher and maybe receive a reward of some kind! The games consist of : Addition Addition & Subtraction Multiplication Long Multiplication Fractions of a quantity Percentages of a quantity Solving algebraic equations
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Year 4 Mathematics Start of Year Assessment

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This resource is designed to test pupils’ knowledge at the start of the year (Autumn term). Each question is linked to one objective from the National Curriculum Year 3 Mathematics Objectives and can be used to identify gaps in prior knowledge to inform next steps/planning.
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Mathematics Measures

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An essential PDF file for revision on Measures. The file can be printed out as a complete workbook to be used in class or as a homework. The file can be printed out as individual pages for children having difficulty with certain areas of Measure. Worksheets included are 24 hour and 12 hour time, Intervals of time, Conversion of Weight, Weight in decimal form, Area and Perimeter, Length, Volume, Capacity, Scale and Measures.
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The Mathematics of Rome

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Presentation developed from a stand alone cover lesson for KS3 Maths (was also used as a cover lesson in year 7 History)and designed for use by a non specialist. Students are given basic information on Roman Numerals and given tasks in basic decoding/translation between Roman and Arabic numerals. Printable homework sheets are included in the presentation and hyperlinks are embedded throughout. The whole presentation contains 11 slides.
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Metacognition in Mathematics

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Save 50% with our Metacognition Resource Pack for Mathematics Teachers. It’s ideal for: Enhancing metacognitive strategies Improved metacognitive reflection & awareness Increased learning power It is of particular interest to department heads looking to improve pedagogy across their team or individual teachers looking to develop their use of metacognition in lessons. This resource pack includes: Over twenty metacognition reflection worksheets Five metacognition knowledge hunt lessons Subject specific resources. We’ve also included six free bonus metacognition resources in this pack! All resources are designed for KS3 & KS4 students. Check our our other metacognition downloads at globalmetacognition.com You can download our largest bundle, designed for whole-school metacognition initiatives, here! All resources are copyrighted by and distributed on behalf of The Global Metacognition Institute. Copyright Adam Godwin (2019)
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Mathematics Number

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This is a 16 page Assessment workbook covering Y6 Sats for Number. Questions can be printed out as individual workbooks for each child to be used as revision in class or as a homework booklet. Topics included are: place value, x by 10 and 100, rounding, fractions, decimals, percentages,multiples, factors, square numbers, prime numbers,number sequences, functions, addition, multiplication, subtraction and division. There are over 30 questions many with 3/4 parts to complete.
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Mathematics Words

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Lesson starters that focus on spelling and handwriting, hence meeting literacy objectives whilst providing a variation to the common use of ten calculations. These displays each have more than ten words to copy so could be used over two lessons, they are Chance A and B, Data A and B, Shape A and B,Measurement A and B, Number A and B, Algebra A and B. In all 6 displays that would extent to 12-24 lesson introductions. Starting instructions are repeated so you can begin at any topic and adjust your screen when instructions are not needed.