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TheMathsProfessor

Standard Form RAGE

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A Red Amber Green Extension differentiated activity on standard form. Students start on red and work their way through. Answers are provided! To check the general quality of this work please check out similar resources on: http://www.themathsprofessor.com/rage---answers.html
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SolutionsEducation

Dividing Standard Form Mastery Worksheet

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This is a mastery worksheet that encompasses fluency, reasoning, problem solving, keywords and misconceptions. The purpose of this sheet is to provide differentiation, challenge and time saving for teachers. All answers are provided.
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Magictrickster

Standard Form KS4

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A Powerpoint to explain Standard Form. This powerpoint has 20 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE. Topics covered are: Standard Form Writing Large Numbers in Standard Form Writing Small Numbers in Standard Form Converting a Standard Form Number to ‘Ordinary’ Form Calculating with Standard Form
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Round_up

Standard Form

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Standard Form Lesson. Observation quality lesson - originally planned as an interview lesson. Includes clear, comprehensive PowerPoint presentation. Powers of 10 card match starter activity. 3 tiers of difficulty 'main' activity. Suggested 10 ticks extension exercises to match all/most/some. Ordering standard form plenary activity.
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Outstanding_Resources

Number: Standard Form and our universe (introduction)

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This is definitely my favourite ever Maths lesson to teach. This lesson has been constructed over the last 10 years of teaching this topic. 25 slides + embedded questions and answers. The lesson includes: + starter (looking at powers of 10) + Learning objectives (differentiated) + keywords and key notation slides + pictures from around the universe and world (giving maths a real life context) + superb very clear teaching slides + lots of examples (writing a small number and big numbers into a standard form and vice versa) + lots of embedded questions with answers (which I normally run a competition on) + plenary. It does NOT include adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing standard form, which comes in lesson number 2 !! You can buy both as a bundle at a reduced cost. NOTE: please browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources. As always please rate and feedback on any purchases or downloads. Thank you for your support.
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joybooth

Converting large numbers into standard form - mastery worksheet

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This is a mastery worksheet involving converting large numbers into standard form. I have used this worksheet with a very low ability group to provide a basic introduction to standard form. The worksheet is split into 3 sections, fluency, reasoning and problem solving so students can master the topic. In the fluency section, the questions look very similar to one another but each question gets slightly more difficult so that students get a full understanding of the topic. All answers are included for the questions.
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Standard Form

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2 Standard Form Activities 1) Match up powers of 10 with ordinary number equivalent (16 numbers). 2) 10 cards to put in ascending order. Includes both ordinary numbers and standard form. Note: These activities form part of the following lesson: Standard Form Lesson
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bennett2303

Standard Form

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Lesson on standard form, starts by looking at changing from an ordinary number to standard form (and vice versa) also looks at negative powers. Then moves on to calculations involving standard form.
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mizz_happy

Converting into and out of standard form

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Complete lesson on converting into and out of standard form Including: > A "hook" starter - what do you think this photo is? Including link to webpage that zooms in and out from the galaxy to the atom of a leaf > Introduction - what is standard form? What does it look like? What "rules " must it follow? > 2 examples on converting large numbers into standard form > Quick question test - full solutions provided > 2 examples on converting small numbers into standard form > Quick question test - full solutions provided > Activity - convert the following numbers into and out of standard from (real life applications) > Extension: Describe the benefits of using standard form > Full solutions to activity provided > Plenary - which of these numbers is not written in standard form
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Smithd88

Standard form

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A walk through lesson of: writing numbers in standard form, writing numbers in standard form as ordinary numbers, multiplying and dividing numbers in standard form, adding and subtracting numbers in standard form and substituting numbers in standard form into formulae.
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IanBrennan

Multiplying and Dividing Standard Form

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A complete series of lessons (2-3) on multiplying and dividing standard form which is suitable for the new curriculum. Pupils are given the chance to master the fluency of this topic aswell as work on reasoning and problem solving tasks. All tasks are differentiated to 3 levels all with solutions and offer lots of consolidation as well as alot of challenge. Can be used with KS3/KS4.
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Outstanding_Resources

Number: Standard Form (adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying) inc. questions

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This is the second lesson after the first lesson on understanding basic standard form. This is focused at a higher level than the first lesson and is aimed at the higher tier of KS4 (years 10 and 11). This may be applicable for the more gifted at KS3 (year 9). It includes: + starter + lesson objectives + keywords / notation + excellent examples and teaching slides for the different operations + Questions with answers + plenary This lesson comes as a pair of lessons that are amongst my best and is available at reduced cost. NOTE: please browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources. As always please rate and feedback on any purchases or downloads. Thank you for your support.
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mizz_happy

Adding and subtracting standard form

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Complete lesson on adding and subtracting standard form Includes: > Starter on adding and subtracting decimals > Examples and questions on changing the power of a number written in standard form > Examples on adding and subtracting standard form > 2 skill check questions > Differentiated questions on adding and subtracting standard form > Plenary video showing sizes of planets relative to earth > Answers provided
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DrResource

Standard Form and Common SI Units in Biology and Science

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After the first few Biology papers in GCSE Combined Science and Biology this year it is clear that students knowledge of Standard Form and use of common units will need to be firmly embedded in their minds. As a result I have produced a set of resources to help students learn this topic (part of 4.1 Cell Biology and as a Maths Skill requirement).This resource contains an interactive powerpoint including hyperlinks, questions, worked examples, learning tasks and answers. There are student sheets included.
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IanBrennan

Adding and Subtracting Standard Form

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A series of lessons on converting adding and subtracting standard form, which is suitable for the new curriculum. Pupils are given the chance to master the fluency of this topic aswell as work on reasoning and problem solving tasks. All tasks are differentiated to 3 levels all with solutions and offer lots of consolidation as well as alot of challenge. Can be used with KS3/KS4.
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Maths4Everyone

Standard Form (with Solutions)

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This are great summary questions on Standard Form. The questions are carefully selected and cover the full range of expected GCSE skills. There are three sections, which I have labelled as Bronze-Silver-Gold. The Gold Questions at the end, will get the Higher achieving students thinking. -- I use as a homework, but could be used for work in class as well.