Worksheet of KS3 questions based on Algebra - Level 5 - Sequences nth term Good in class as a worksheet for consolidation, working together in groups during whole class teaching or for independent homework.
These diagnostic worksheets offer a quick and informative way of establishing existing knowledge, identifying misconceptions, recognising next learning steps.
Use diagnostic A for an initial test then Re -test using diagnostic B. This will enable the student to measure personal progress whilst the teacher can identify individual and common areas of strength and weakness which in turn informs future planning.
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Check worksheet to make sure there are no mistakes in the questions. These were made during my PGCE year and I no longer teach so haven't rectified any problems, but I though I&'d share.\nMade for Year 9 set 2.\nComments appreciated.
A fully interactive Division by Chunking teaching activity that can also be used as an introduction to other division methods. It can be used to input your own questions and also select a particular divisor.
You can choose to show or hide tables to help with chunking.
This can be used as a teaching tool for KS3 to show method and set questions with quick hide and show of working and solution.
Writing and Graphing Inequalities Notes and Activities, Common Core Standard: 7.EE.B.4.B
Everything you need to introduce and practice writing and graphing inequalities. Included in this product:
-Writing and Graphing Inequalities Notes
-Writing and Graphing Inequalities Practice Page
-Writing and Graphing Inequalities Frayer Models for Vocabulary Practice
-2 different warm-ups (2 per page)
-2 different exit slips (2 per page)
This is two whole lessons on teaching the various aspects of learning quadratic graphs. This is geared towards GCSE/IGCSE... that additional A-Level stuff has not been included in this version, however, I will be published a similiar version shortly that is geared specifically for an A-Level audience.
This is a substantial PowerPoint, with starters, links to video's I use, Questions, Learning objectives, key words, loads of examples etc...
I have also attached a further graph handout, which i normally print off for pupils, rather then get them to be constantly copying and exam questions, which I use for the activity. I have found most text books do NOT cater well for these questions are different from the style that is in the exams.
This is a bundle of pretty much all the different Algebra topics that you have to teach at KS3 and KS4... perfect for all the different specifications at GCSE and IGCSE. 27 different topics, some several lessons worth!! 44 files in total !!!
This is 10+ years worth of teaching experience... all lessons come with learning objectives, key words, starters, plenaries, questions + answers and I have also included all the additional worksheets, handouts etc.. that I use when teaching Algebra...
I regularly get observed at outstanding, so now the rest is up to you !!! I have attached a list below of the different topics included ( in no particular order).
1. Basic Algebra - simplfying expressions/ collecting like terms.
2. expanding 1 bracket
3. expanding 2 brackets
4. factorising 1 bracket
5. factorising 2 brackets
6. re-arranging formula/ changing the subject
8. trial and error
10. composite functions
11. inverse functions
12. circular graphs
13. quadratic graphs
14. inequalities - in words and number line
15. inequalities - solving
16. inequalities - shading regions
17. linear graphs
18. writing problems in algebra
19. linear sequences
20. quadratic and other sequences
21. simultaneous equations by elimination
22. simultaneous equations by substitution
23. simultaneous equations by graph
24. solving equations
25. solving quadratic equations by factorising
26. solving quadratic equations by formula
27. solving quadratic equations by completing the square