A PPT that goes through how to answer iteration questions for Year 10/11 students on the new GCSE. Finishes with some very tough questions, including a wordier problem. Also includes a bonus Throwback Thursday starter! Worksheet attached is one I found on the internet, so can't claim credit for that!
Covers all aspects of the GCSE specification on iteration (and term-to-term sequences). Includes an exercise and an explanation of why the iterative method works.
8 Questions with graphs to iterate and find estimates for solutions. Answers provided.
4 iteration questions from Edexcel specimen assessment materials. Mark scheme attached.
It used to be quite easy to come up with examples to teach/practise trial and improvement, but using iteration is a very different beast and needs some carefully chosen and prepared questions. This worksheet contains a brief introduction/reminder about iterative formulae and their use in sequences, then has one example of using iteration to find a root of an equation, to work through as a class. The following exercise has 7 questions for students to attempt on their own. Answers are included.
Worksheet containing five example questions on iteration. Answers included.
A powerpoint and worksheet with practice then exam questions to revise iteration. Goes through the three main parts of a standard iteration question first.
I created this card sort for my middle set year 10. The students cut out the cards and rearrange them to create a complete set of worked solutions. I found these helpful for the students who were not very strong with changing the subject of a formula. Created in word so you can change to make the questions easier or more challenging depending on your class. Suitable for new curriculum. 02/03/16- small error on final line of Q1 now corrected.
Students show a solution lies between two numbers and rearrange the formula to a given arrangement, then use this to find a solution. (answers included) The extension task has one formula rearranged in three different ways. A further extension could be to find other ways of rearranging the other four to find the other solutions.
Lesson on iteration, for the new GCSE, made for edexcel board , iterations worksheet included
In this lesson, students learn what iteration is and see an example of how it was used to calculate square roots of non-square numbers. There is an explanation of the notation involved and students get to try the process out for themselves. Could be used as an introduction to the topic. If you liked this resource, please check out my other stuff on TES! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Owen134866
Set of 3 ‘Example Problem Pairs’ Worked Example Student Reflection Your Turn Question Generating x1, x2 nd x3
4 lessons taking students through processes required to understand the Mandelbrot set and fractals. Students should already know how to simplify surds and expand a double bracket. They will learn about imaginary and complex numbers, Iteration and Argand diagrams. The spreadsheet can be used to help map out points that satisfy the Mandelbrot set. Aimed at very high ability KS4 students. If you like this resource then please check out my other stuff on here! :) (and thanks to danwalker on TES for the idea for the spreadsheet!)
Great for homework or revision. A four page booklet of questions on iterative processes and solving equations by iteration. Answers included + links to worked examples if students need a little help. Bonus Homework sorted for good! Get 162 worksheets just like this covering all topics from across the GCSE and Key Stage 3 syllabus. https://flowmathematics.co.uk/free-worksheets/ No email required. Just click and download the zip file.
Closely follows guidance from exam boards. Includes new GCSE exam questions. Lesson includes I do We do You do tasks, Rally Coach and group work. Answers included throughout. Feedback welcomed!
A revision worksheet that allows your students to practice 3 types of iteration questions on the 9-1 Maths GCSE exam. Relevant to Edexcel, AQA and other exam boards. Detailed worked solutions included. With thanks to the Maths Made Easy website for links to the past papers which the questions have been taken from. If you find the resource useful, I’d really appreciate a quick review! For lots of other helpful activities and resources that will save you time, visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/rdaryanani
Having already taught iteration. I created this SMART notebook and worksheet for my higher tier year 11 students to revise this topic.
Pearson Edexcel GCSE Mathsmatics 9-1 Past Exam Questions: Iteration Methods.
An introductory lesson with differentiated worksheet introducing the concept of iteration to lower ability groups who can then progress to making their own iteration machines for the following lesson by re-arranging. If uploaded please comment (positive or negative).
A “how-to” worksheet with QR code link to a video tutorial. Sheet matches the video exactly, including real exam question on the topic. Higher GCSE Topic Students can watch the video and makes notes as they go though, including key formulae and little tricks to remember when completing questions on the topic. Can be used as a flipped learning, home learning or revision exercise.
The Ultimate Collection of ALL questions involving ITERATION & ITERATIVE METHODS from EdExcel 1MA1 9-1 GCSE Mathematics - FREE. All questions from past papers, specimen papers, sample papers are included. Clues and fully worked model solutions/answers available free from mathsupgrade.co.uk. Complete coverage of the topic Separated into non-calculator and calculator sections, each section graduated from easiest to hardest - suitable for both Foundation and Higher Number of marks in brackets after each question Suitable for use as in-class worksheet, as an assessment, or set as revision homework Designed for EdExcel, but also useful for AQA, OCR & WJEC Eco friendly - unnecessary white space removed Regularly updated with new questions All completely free High quality exam booklets, clues and fully worked model solutions available for EVERY topic free from mathsupgrade.co.uk.