A good resource based on the topic of enlarging shapes. I like the fact that their are opportunities to get the pupils to the board and draw some enlarged shapes. Some really nice examples to check for pupil understanding here too.
This is a complete lesson on ‘Enlarging Shapes’ that is suitable for GCSE Higher & Foundation and KS3 students. The lesson is designed for the new GCSE specification.
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support and extension activities.
A comprehensive lesson on enlarging different objects by positive and fractional scale factors. Starter revisits previous learning. Several task and extension activities provided with fully detailed answers throughout. Mini-plenary and plenary activities embedded. Worksheets provided at the end of the Powerpoint.
I used this PPT in an assembly to my tutor group to insprire them about how much they could achieve if they work hard.
I have had to amend this resource as unfortunately three of the people who were in the PPT have since had very negative press (not so inspiring). You may need to add some more. I have included Bios of the people in the ppt.
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This is a notebook I created to teach about bearings. The activity that I set them was to use the instructions to find hidden treasure in the classroom. I have not included the map of my classroom as it would be meaningless but I did include the instructions I used as an example for you. I did this with a lower set in year 8 so did not use a scale but it could be extended to think about scales. The pupils liked that they were able to then get out of their seats and find treasure!
Appealing in design and meeting the key aims of the new Maths National Curriculum, these questions will test pupils on many aspects of upper KS2 and early KS3 learning stages, encouraging them to utilise a variety of problem solving skills and confirming their understanding of the key principles.
Featuring a range of maths problems with varying difficulty levels and also suitable for foundation GCSE students, these questions are designed to be used within any classroom environment, adding fun and interest to an ordinary mathematics lesson, whilst exposing pupils easily to a variety of problem solving skills.
This book contains a set of 50 write-on question worksheets. As well as the questions, worked solutions have been provided.
All of the problems have been designed to be used without the need of calculators. These problem solving questions can be used in a number of ways and can also be laminated for longer-lasting use that a range of students can benefit from.
This power-point explains very clearly how translation, reflection and rotation work. It is suitable for a bright Year 5 class as well as for Year 6 and 7 pupils. Worksheets to consolidate each of the three transformations are provided for consolidation.
A total of 40 questions for Algebra
55 pages in total with answers
These practise questions have been carefully selected and generated as a prediction for the actual exam in June 2016
These questions are very useful for revision in preparing the students for success on the paper.....
A paper for success!
Power Point presentation, 11 slides, Explaining with examples how to calculate the gradient of a straight line given two points, based on IGCSE Extended level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlYlJnZlhhcTlCMkE/view?usp=sharing