KS3 / GCSE  7 Percentage Starters  PowerPoint
by bcooper87
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A PowerPoint with a collection of multiple choice percentage quizzes, has multipliers, reverse percentage, percentage increase and decrease, converting fractions and decimals to percentages, and finding percentages mentally. Ideal for KS3 and GCSE students.
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These revision worksheets have been designed to support your preparations in the lead up to exams. Whether you are a teacher or parent, these materials will help support those striving to achieve the best they can.<br /><br />
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In this pack you will receive an initial ‘Starter for 10’ that checks students understanding of key topics. In total there are 10 marks available across some key topics. The questions are mainly tests of fluency on a particular area of maths. For each question there is a supplementary set of questions that you can use depending on how well a pupil has performed on the initial questions. At the end of the session there is another ‘Starter for 10’ to check understanding at the end. <br /><br />
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These worksheets will highlight the needs of pupils in your group or your child at home. They could be set as homework or could be used during bespoke revision workshops.<br /><br />
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The sheets build up into a full set; by the end they should have covered all of the key topics at grades D & C. They are a must have resource for any classroom. All of the answers have been provided.<br /><br />
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Topics covered in this pack are<br /><br />
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1. Linear Equations<br /><br />
2. Finding nth term<br /><br />
3. Evaluating indices<br /><br />
4. Rounding (decimal places)<br /><br />
5. Angles (alternate and corresponding)
Revision Starter Tables GCSE Maths Higher Grade C & B Key Topics
A revision power point containing 14 revision tables targeting key grade C topics with some of the grade B topics that a grade C pupil can attempt. Topics include solving equations, four rules of fractions, standard form, graphs etc. Topics are repeated on some slides for extra practice. Twelve topics are revised per slide. On power point so you can adapt/amend as you need. I found that one table lasts as a starter for 2 lessons allowing for approx. 15 mins at start of each lesson.
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Read more and see examples here > http://goo.gl/zjtTxU
By paulcollins
Transformations booklets (36 pages)
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.
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GCSE Foundation Maths Complete Revision AQA Edexcel
A GCSE Foundation Maths PowerPoint presentation I created from some revision worksheets I use. It contains slides on how to answer all the types of questions that may come up in the foundation exam. It was created with AQA and Edexcel (foundation) in mind, but may be suitable for other exam boards too. <br />
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Additionally, could be good revision for Higher GCSE students too. I use it with my high KS3 Students as they are more than capable understanding the material.<br />
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I have split it up into four areas: Number, Algebra, Data/statistics, and Shape/Space/Measures. <br />
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Factorising Quadratics Lesson(s)
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.
By paulcollins
Transformations KS4  presentations, puzzles, worksheets and more
A full set of resources for developing transformations at KS4 or build upon my other resource at KS3. An introduction of the four transformations of KS3, or review of symmetry, which can be done by children on an interactive board. Then a full presentation of the four at KS4 with rotations, reflections, translations and enlargements, with lots for the learners to try. Plus a worksheet with eight questions from GCSE to complete. A multiple choice quiz for plenary or recap in the next lesson. A full lesson plan is included, plus objectives. An exciting lesson that reviews and builds upon existing knowledge. All images ©2015 Colin Billett
By colinbillett
Mathematics of Measures I  Units and Lengths L4+
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 />
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Borrow fromthe scientists a set of 1m rulers to add a kinesthetic aspect to the measuring. You may even set a minicompetition for most accurate estimates.<br />
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