Series of Lessons (1-3) on using and applying fractional indices. There is lots of problem solving involving decimals and also using and applying this with negative indices.
All tasks include reasoning, problem solving aswell as mastering the fluency of the topic. All tasks include full solutions and worked examples so that pupils can self and peer mark. All tasks are fully differentiated to either 2/3/4 levels.

A set of indices worksheets. Skills covered are multiplying indices, dividing indices , raising a power to a power with a base number (using brackets), power of 0, evaluating negative and fractional indices and combinations of the above.
There are approximately 100 blue questions, 100 gold questions and 50 red questions in these worksheets. Each topic is colour coded by difficulty. Full solutions included in the same format as the questions to make it easier to mark!
Difficulties include:
★ Blue (easy) - Multiplying indices with a base number, dividing indices with a base number, raising a power to a power with a base number and evaluating negative powers
★ Gold (medium) - Multiplying indices with a base letter bigger than 1, dividing indices with a base letter bigger than 1, raising a power to a power with a base letter bigger than 1 and evaluating powers of 0
★ Red (Hard) Evaluating fractions with a negative power, evaluating whole numbers with a fractional power, combinations of the above
Please see here for a revision/reference foldable to help students complete these questions.

9 worksheets that explain the rules for indices.
Work through how to multiply and divide powers and see how to deal with a 'power of a power'.
Understand and practise using negative and fractional indices.
Includes mixed revision sheets and answer pages.
GCSE 9-1 references N7, N6
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Series of Lessons (2-3) on using and applying Negative Indices. This explores many different contexts involving decimals, ordering fractions and adding and subtracting fractions
All tasks include reasoning, problem solving aswell as mastering the fluency of the topic. All tasks include full solutions and worked examples so that pupils can self and peer mark. All tasks are fully differentiated to either 2/3/4 levels.

CC8a lesson from the new Edexcel Science GCSE (9-1) looking at acids, alkalis and indicators.
The lesson includes hazard symbols, pH scale, other indicators, a practical using different indicators, formula of common acids/alkalis, ions, polyatomic ions and the ions in acids & alkalis.

GCSE revision questions on Indices with covers both Powers and Roots.
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Note that these GCSE revision questions cover the full range of skills tested in GCSE and IGCSE for this topic and there are some trickier compound triangle questions at the end. Detailed solutions are also included.
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KS3 new for the Activate resource "Acids and Alkalis" module
2 Lessons in one power point 'Acids and Alkalis' & 'Indicators'
Contains a practical on acids and alkalis
Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing
Multiple starter activities to chose from (differentiated).
Activities and plenary sections for progress checking
Learning objectives included
Modern and engaging layout
Little adaptation needed
Full lesson ready to use straight 'out of the box'
Feedback welcome :D

Four different codebreakers (and jokes) ranging from simplifying numeric indices, moving to algebraic and then onto evaluating negative and fractional indices.

PowerPoint lessons for the following topic
Indices rules
Indices equations
They include:
Questions and answers
Animated parts of the answer for Q&A and demonstrations
Colours to support explanations.
For your use:
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A different way to revise laws of indices. This is now UPDATED and very much improved: This now includes 4 hexagon puzzles, a different way to teach laws of indices.
Differentiated and accessible with solutions for all 4 puzzles.
Puzzle can be presented using Microsoft Power Point or PDF, both versions included.
The circles either side multiply to give you the square in the middle.
You can print and cut them so students can work in pairs or just have them as worksheets or present from Interactive board.
There is a traditional word document worksheet that you can adapt or just deliver as it is.
Enjoy !

Colourful differentiated ONESIE worksheet. Allowing students to show progression. Suitable for cover lessons - easy and cost effective to photocopy.
**Supplied with answers.**

Three worksheets on power 1, power 0, negative powers and fractional powers and simplifying expressions with indices using the multiplication and division laws of indices. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html

GCSE IGCSE Maths Mathematics - indices - laws of indices - powers and roots - zero negative and fractional indices - differentiated practice worksheets with space for answers - solutions included

This bingo game on evaluating fractional indices would make a great starter for lessons on evaluating harder indices, negative indices and solving equations using indices. Use a mastery approach and make sure your students have the prior knowledge in place to access your lesson.
No printing, copying or fussing - just a great starter to engage your students and get them ready to learn!
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A mock exam for AQA English Language GCSE - Paper 1. It is to the exact specification of the full paper. Included in the purchase is:
The extract (with line numbers, on one page)
A shortened version of the questions - all five on one page (see image).
A full, AQA style, exam booklet. This contains all of the questions with the correct layout (as per the AQA exam) and the correct number of pages.
A ** detailed 3 page document which provides indicative content, offering example answers for each level of a response** for questions 1-4
The extract is taken from a book published in 2003, ‘Eagle Strike’
Please note this paper is also available for £2.50 without the indicative content.

A mock exam for AQA English Language GCSE - Paper 1. It is to the exact specification of the full paper. Included in the purchase is:
The extract (with line numbers, on one page)
A shortened version of the questions - all five on one page (see image).
A full, AQA style, exam booklet. This contains all of the questions with the correct layout (as per the AQA exam) and the correct number of pages.
A detailed 3 page document which provides indicative content, offering example answers for each level of a response for questions 1-4
The extract is taken from a book published in 2003, ‘Trading Up’.

This is a set of 3 lessons looking at all aspects of Indices, from the 3 basic rules, through to differentiation.
Calculating using the 3 rules of Indices Lesson 1
The power and root starter can be projected onto the board and printed out so the students can fill in the sheet and spot the problem that they have no solution for.
Then the three laws of indices are introduced and each time the students have 7 questions to complete. A power point is also attached with these on.
There are then 6 mixed question which also introduces algebra as well as just numbers.
4 more complex questions will then be tackled as a group.
Plenary – here they need to work out the powers of numbers by using the 3 laws they have learnt
Investigating Fractional Indices Lesson 2
Here the students have a Thunk as a starter.
You will introduce the idea of any number to the power of zero and how to prove it using the powers of indices.
Students will use a calculator to see if they can work out what the fractional indices ate doing to the number, make sure they write the questions down and keep the solutions as fractions, or they will struggle to spot what’s going on. Then negative powers are introduced and again the students need to decide what’s going on.
There is a worksheet embedded, a power point to use as an extension where 5 out of 10 questions are correct, the students have to decide which.
There is a plenary flipchart embedded with a set of questions where the students have multiple choice answers that you can use an activote pod, or ABCD cards etc, or get them to do it as a quiz.
Converting between Indices and Surds (A/A*) Lesson 3
There are starter questions which look at simplifying surds.
Then you look at how to convert from fractional powers to surds and visa versa.
You can then look at fractions and how to combine them with indices,
The last two slides are to do with differentiations, if you haven’t covered this you can just change the 2nd slide from surd form into indices.

This is a three lesson bundle looking at Index Rules ... it could be slightly more depending on the group and all lessons have plenty of additional resources to do this.
The first two lessons are what students need to know on the foundation paper, but equally apt for the higher tier. These look at basic rules, what to do when brackets are involved and negative powers. The third lesson is aimed at the elements that are only on the higher tier for GCSE and look at fractional indices. This is particular good for AS Level too and topics like integration.
All lessons come with starters, plenary, learning objectives, keywords, mini whiteboard activities, worksheets and answers and other additional resources.
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