A collection of multiple choice quizzes. Cover most KS3 and KS4 topics. Good for revision or to be chopped up and used as starters or plenaries in other PowerPoint's. Also good if you accidentally pack away 5 minutes early and need a filler or kids turn up from assembly late and your lessons gone out of the window.
A 39 page resource of the revision cards/activities I have used with my classes when finishing topics or when revising for exams. Included in the resource are templates for you/your students to create your own revision cards. There are over 10 different revision cards to create/use. I have also provided examples/pictures of cards I have made, and some they have created too! All instructions to create each card are included in the resource.<br />
Read more and see examples here -> http://goo.gl/zjtTxU
Four booklets over 36 pages covering transformations (excluding negative and fractional scale factors). A second copy of these booklets containing answers is also included. The booklets cover doing and describing, of course, and they really allow learners to build their skills from a very basic level. All work can be completed in the booklets.
Enhance understanding of area and volume factors by using these worksheets to calculate the surface area and volume of shapes before and after enlargement.<br />
Revise volume and area formulas at the same time. Calculate the area and volume factors by using the scale factor and see how the answer relates to the answers achieved from using formulas.<br />
Also calculate scale, area and volume factors given one of the three factors using roots and powers.<br />
DfE GCSE 2017 reference G19, G16, R2, N6<br />
Please review this worksheet.
This a complete set of lessons on factorising quadratic expressions.<br />
Starter includes expanding single and double brackets, all answers included<br />
Then, a nice 'Products and Sums' task where students, on mini whiteboards, find which numbers have a product of ... and a sum of... .<br />
LOs, before examples for you to cover with your class on each permutation of signs in the brackets once factorised - a very scaffolded approach to suit lower ability students.<br />
All answers included for questions posed to students.<br />
Other starter activity is to find pairs of expressions that match before continuing with the series of lessons.<br />
Finally, a 'My favourite No' (see my blog mrcollinsmaths.blogspot.co.uk) plenary task to review students learning.
A couple of lessons introducing metric and imperial measures and their symbols. It then moves onto estimating and measuring lengths, before finishing with conversions between different measures of length (L5).<br />
Borrow fromthe scientists a set of 1m rulers to add a kinesthetic aspect to the measuring. You may even set a mini-competition for most accurate estimates.<br />
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Two short videos on how to convert recurring decimals to fractions using an algebraic method.
I've used these as a 'flipped classroom' approach asking students to view the videos for homework but you could play them in a lesson or let students use them for revision.
[The one at the bottom is part 1.]
Here are 6 lessons in order with differentiated activities on linear sequences. This sequence of lessons takes learners on the journey of discovering the nth term of sequences.
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