Quadratic Inequalities - Spot the MistakeQuick View
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Quadratic Inequalities - Spot the Mistake

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Created for the new GCSE specification but also suitable for AS level and iGCSE, this activity requires students to identify errors in quadratic inequality solutions. It is designed to highlight and tackle common misconceptions. See resourceaholic.com for more ideas and resources for teaching this topic.
Spot the mistake - Solving EquationsQuick View
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Spot the mistake - Solving Equations

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A set of examples of workings with deliberate mistakes in the algebraic workings. Could be used as a starter or as part of a lesson to get students to see some of the common mistakes made when solving equations. Four 'types' of equations are covered by this worksheet Type 1 – One unknown Type 2 – One unknown and brackets Type 3 – Unknown on both sides Type 4 – Unknown on both sides and brackets
The Quadratic Formula - spot the mistakeQuick View
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The Quadratic Formula - spot the mistake

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A short activity to ensure the class are typing the correct things into their calculator. The PowerPoint starts with a few model examples and then gives questions where mistakes have been made - wrong signs and brackets in the wrong place. Click the circle to find the error and then press right on keyboard to reveal solution. The final slide is correct - deliberately as they should be checking answers which are correct in the first place.
Spot The Mistakes - FractionsQuick View
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Spot The Mistakes - Fractions

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This is a twist on revision notes. I have written some notes and given examples but there are mistakes that the students have to correct. They must therefore read the notes very carefully and a partner must check their work. The idea is derived from an idea born from a discussion on Twitter (if you're not on Twitter, seriously think about it). I have split the notes up into three but I have included the whole thing so that you can chop them up your own way, or change stuff if you want. It&'s a bit of an experiment and we&';ll see how it goes!
Sequences Spot the Mistake WorksheetQuick View
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Sequences Spot the Mistake Worksheet

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Sequences Spot the Mistake Worksheet Spot the mistakes are a twist on the usual tarsia jigsaw puzzles and can be used to assess pupils understanding. The worksheet has a completed jigsaw and pupils are told there are mistakes. Pupils work through each question and answer to find the mistakes highlight them and correct those mistakes in the space provided. This spot the mistake involves sequences for GCSE maths; finding the nth term, finding the next term and determining if a number is in the sequence. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Spot the Mistake - Reasoning ResourceQuick View
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Spot the Mistake - Reasoning Resource

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These five Venn diagrams have a number of mistakes on them. Can your children find the numbers that have been put into the wrong places... and explain WHY they wrong? Find more resources like this in our Reasoning Pack at www.teachingpacks.co.uk
Spot the Mistake Non CalculatorQuick View
MissMaths1MissMaths1

Spot the Mistake Non Calculator

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Total 3 papers for a non calculator exam covering all higher and foundation questions. Split, foundation, higher 5-7 and higher 7-9
Spot the Mistake: Area and Perimeter MisconceptionsQuick View
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Spot the Mistake: Area and Perimeter Misconceptions

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Generate great discussion and lots of opportunities for questioning, with this lesson designed to target common misconceptions for the topic of Area and Perimeter. Each slide has a question with 3 possible answers. Sometimes one or two are correct, sometimes none. The lesson is based around a discussion of, - Who is correct? - What have the others done wrong? Pupils need to work together in pairs or teams and just need a whiteboard/paper to make notes. This makes for some really interesting discussion and this lesson has been used for teaching training purposes as it really highlights pupils thinking on the topic and the common misconceptions. Just reassure them that it’s OK to make mistakes and learn from them! Suitable upper for KS2/KS3
Spot the Mistakes Maths Activity BundleQuick View
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Spot the Mistakes Maths Activity Bundle

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“Spot the mistake” activity can be used to assess pupil’s understanding of a topic. The aim is for pupils find the mistakes in an already the matched up jigsaw and they should then correct those mistakes. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Expand and Simplify Spot the Mistake WorksheetQuick View
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Expand and Simplify Spot the Mistake Worksheet

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Expand and Simplify (Spot the Mistake Worksheet) Spot the mistake activity can be used to assess pupils understanding of each topic. This spot the mistake involves expanding and simplifying brackets. The worksheet given has an already matched up tarsia puzzle and pupils are told there are mistakes to be found. Pupils should then work through the matched up edges to check, by doing the expansion themselves, if it is correct. If correct shade in one colour (I use green), if it is wrong pupils shade it in red and then list the correct answer in the space provided. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Fractions of Amounts Spot the mistake worksheetQuick View
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Fractions of Amounts Spot the mistake worksheet

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Spot the mistake activity worksheet can be used to assess pupil’s understanding of a topic. The aim is for pupils to find and highlight the mistakes in an already the matched up jigsaw and the pupils should then correct those mistakes by listing the correct answer in the space provided. This spot the mistake worksheet involves finding fractions of amounts and involves two different versions. Version 1 is straight forward spot the mistake, were version two can be used to stretch and challenge pupils by asking them to create questions which give the answers around the edge of the jigsaw. This resource comes with full instructions and solutions, it is also available as part of a bundle. You might also like this Fractions of Amounts Fan and Pick Card Activity **Lets connect ** @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com Terms of Use For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Arithmetic Sequences Spot the Mistake WorksheetQuick View
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Arithmetic Sequences Spot the Mistake Worksheet

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Spot the mistakes can be used to assess pupils understanding as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake is a domino trail and covers the nth term and recurrence relation. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Standard Form Spot the Mistake WorksheetQuick View
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Standard Form Spot the Mistake Worksheet

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Standard Index Form also known as scientific notation is a way of writing really large or really small numbers. Spot the mistakes can be used to assess pupils understanding as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves writing numbers in standard form and operating with numbers in standard form. It comes complete with instructions and solutions. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Foundation Revision - Spot the mistakes - 24 questionsQuick View
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Foundation Revision - Spot the mistakes - 24 questions

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I have made this to provide a spin on the revision process leading up to the GCSEs. I have created 24 exam-style questions and have provided some 'working out' and an answer. All of the answers are incorrect by means of a common misconception. The task for the pupils is to spot the mistake and correct it. I have tried this with multiple classes and they find it fun and useful and many of them fail to spot the misconceptions thereby promoting some insightful discussions too.
Spot the Mistake Maths Revision Foundation 5 - 1Quick View
MissMaths1MissMaths1

Spot the Mistake Maths Revision Foundation 5 - 1

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Foundation revision resource, a completed paper with a mistake made in every question for students to spot and correct. This is a full foundation non calculator paper. Used with my class as a way to get them practising with a twist, they love finding my mistakes!
Spot the Mistake Maths Revision 7 - 9Quick View
MissMaths1MissMaths1

Spot the Mistake Maths Revision 7 - 9

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The 3rd in my series of non calculator spot the mistakes to help with GCSE revision. Every question on the paper has a mistake in it for students to spot and correct. This is aimed at those who are aiming for 7+, this is the second half of a higher paper.
Spot the Mistake Maths Grades 5-7Quick View
MissMaths1MissMaths1

Spot the Mistake Maths Grades 5-7

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The first half of a higher GCSE maths paper completed with a mistake on every question (apart from the first one!) Used with my class as a twist on completing papers, they enjoyed telling me where I was wrong! Used with my higher group who are aiming for 5 - 7 on a higher paper.
Simplify ratio tarsia spot 7 mistakesQuick View
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Simplify ratio tarsia spot 7 mistakes

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A diamond shape tarsia (jigsaw) where I have deliberately made 7 mistakes for the students to find. I snipped the solution tarsia and pasted it onto powerpoint or word to circle the wrong answers. You could just print it and highlight the wrong answers if you prefer. Students love to try and prove us teachers wrong and I have found this activity goes down a treat. I make sure they write the question down and then simplify it themselves to show if the answer is right or wrong, then label it on the printed out tarsia. Make sure you don't print out the output like you would usually - it's the solution you want!