Standard Form RAGEQuick View

Standard Form RAGE

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
TheMathsProfessor
Standard FormQuick View

Standard Form

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.
bennett2303
Standard form, significant figure, roundingQuick View

Standard form, significant figure, rounding

Topic: Standard form, significant figure, rounding Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). I will use this lesson to teach a class of year 9, beginning their GCSE course. Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson or complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Enjoy!
TeamScienceUK
Standard FormQuick View

Standard Form

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.
Round_up
Converting large numbers into standard form - mastery worksheetQuick View

Converting large numbers into standard form - mastery worksheet

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.
joybooth
Number: Standard Form (adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying)Quick View

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

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 as aimed at the higher tier of KS4. This may be applicable for the more gifted at KS3. It includes the normal starter, lesson objectives, excellent examples and teaching slides for the different operations as well as questions included with answers and a plenary. This lesson comes as a pair of lessons that are amongst my best and is available at reduced cost. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!
ajf43
Standard Form (Crossnumber)Quick View

Standard Form (Crossnumber)

Get this resource as part of our great value Crossnumber Bundle! Engage your students with this crossnumber on interpreting and using numbers written in standard form. Students solve the interleaved questions and use their answers to complete the crossnumber. Extend the thinking of those who complete the questions by getting them to write a new set of questions - a considerable skill! Full instructions, ideas for support, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Try a resource like this for free!
SimplyEffectiveEducation
Standard FormQuick View

Standard Form

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
Round_up
Multiplying and dividing standard formQuick View

Multiplying and dividing standard form

Complete lesson on multiplying and dividing standard form. Including: > Starter on ordering the size of the planets. Real world hook. On the second slide, you can click and drag the planets to place them in the correct order on the right hand side. > Example of multiplying and dividing standard form. > 2 question skill check > 15 quick questions, including use of negative indices and a worded problem > Full solutions > Engaging card loop with real life measurements used > Full solutions
mizz_happy
Converting into and out of standard formQuick View

Converting into and out of standard form

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
mizz_happy
Find the Quote – Standard FormQuick View

Find the Quote – Standard Form

Find the quote – solve the problem on the bottom row, match it to the answer in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.
potlid951
Standard Form KS4Quick View

Standard Form KS4

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
Magictrickster
Multiplying and Dividing Standard FormQuick View

Multiplying and Dividing Standard Form

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.
IanBrennan
Adding and Subtracting Standard FormQuick View

Adding and Subtracting Standard Form

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.
IanBrennan