The lesson includes:
+ a starter (look at the percentage of amount)
+ learning objectives (differentiated)
+ great examples
+ lots of teaching slides
+ MWB activities
+ Worksheet (with answers)
+ Excel spreadsheet (to show the difference between compound and simple interest)
+ A tip to become millionaires
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Percentages BUNDLE (7 Lessons)
This is a BUNDLE of 7 WHOLE LESSONS on percentages! This fantastic sequence of lessons covers all the material needed for teaching percentages at KS3 and KS4 or grades 7 to 11. This includes the following lessons:<br /> <br /> 1. Fractions to Percentages<br /> 2. Percentage of an Amount<br /> 3. Percentage Increase and Decrease (non-calc)<br /> 4. Percentage Increase and Decrease (calc)<br /> 5. Finding a Percentage Change<br /> 6. Compound Interest<br /> 7. Reverse Percentages<br /> <br /> All lessons include a starter, examples questions with answers and plenary. It also includes learning objectives and keywords. A great helpsheet to support the least able (looks great when being observed). Also, additional worksheets and a self-assessment sheet to complete looking at the topic. <br /> <br /> NOTE: Feel free to browse the Outstanding Resources shop for more excellent free and premium resources. As always please provide a rating and feedback. Visit our Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest page. Thank you for your support.
Not great for low ability groups with usage of $ currency and quotes.
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