Fine for quick fire simple factorisations but the problem with these random question generators is there's no progression. These are all just a number outside the bracket with an addition sign between the terms.
This is a starter exercise on 'Factorising'. I use it after we have mastered expanding single brackets. It encourages students to think of different ways in which an expression can be factorised.<br />
I print the two slides of the PPT back to back. Students fill in as many answers as they can in the time given (5-10 mins), so weaker students feel less pressure than they would starting at question 1 from a text book and then working through the questions in order. It can be done individually or in pairs.<br />
When time is up, I get students to come and volunteer their answers on the board, after which we discuss how to ensure that an expression is fully factorised. <br />
ActivInspire Flipchart for use with an IWB during whole class teaching on topic of Unit 2 - Basic Algebra Factorising Single Brackets this has been used at KS4 for whole class teaching of AQA Modular course. The flipchart can be used in the current format or further adapted by adding to the teaching resource lesson activities.
What a great television series to show to high-school level math students!<br />
This bundle contains the follow-along worksheets for all 13 episodes of Season 1...more than 150 total questions.<br />
Charlie is a mathematician and professor at the local university and his brother, Don, is an FBI agent. One of the other professors at the university, Larry, is a friend and a mentor to Charlie. He uses mathematics/science to help his brother solve cases.<br />
These follow-along worksheets contain 8-14 questions each that the students will be able to answer if they are paying close attention to the presentation. You will have documentation of their attentiveness, and you will also have a foundation for asking follow-up questions and diving into the real math. The key is included, and episodes 12 and 13 have time stamps for where the answers occur in the episode.<br />
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Enjoy the show!
Fun, engaging and easy to use bingo activity to help pupils consolidate their use of the density mass and volume formulae. Recommended for about 10-15 minutes of lesson time after covering the topic in more detail.<br />
30 questions and answers, pupils choose 9 answers at the start and put them in a 3x3 grid before running through the questions.
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