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.
Benin AD 900-1300 is now a non-European study unit for KS2 on the new curriculum for history.<br />
This ten-lesson history unit contains lesson plans, pupil resources and teachers' guides.<br />
Everything you need to teach this unit.<br />
This unit covers the following questions:<br />
1. What was the Kingdom of Benin? <br />
2. How was the Kingdom of Benin first established? <br />
3. What did the people of Benin Kingdom believe?<br />
4. Why did the first dynasty of Ogiso come to an end in AD 1180?<br />
5. What were the Obas like as leaders?<br />
6. What did ordinary people do for jobs in the Kingdom of Benin?<br />
7. What was Benin Kingdom art like?<br />
8. What happened to Benin Kingdom after the period AD 900-1300?<br />
9. What was left after Benin Kingdom was destroyed?<br />
10. What have we learned about this period of history?<br />
All the plans and resources are produced by Ofsted-rated outstanding teachers.
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 />
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 />
I have split it up into four areas: Number, Algebra, Data/statistics, and Shape/Space/Measures. <br />
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An extremely useful resource that has almost unlimited application.<br />
I've taken the GCSE Maths specifications for 2015 and converted them into MS Word tables, landscape and portrait, mostly fitting on to one side for each area - number, algebra, etc.<br />
They can be used for planning lessons, schemes of work, cutting and pasting into lesson aims and objectives, or for recording pupil/learner achievement on each objective.<br />
In Word they are very adaptable, and columns can be added as required, for dates etc.
A few answered questions about the up and coming solar eclipse on Friday 20th march.<br />
All text and images have been put together by me. <br />
The images of the Sun, Earth and Moon are not to scale.<br />
The angle of tilt of the Moon's orbital path is drawn to illustrate the point not accurate to the real movement.<br />
The answers to the questions are my interpretations of fact learnt over the years and cannot therefore be sourced. I am a qualified Physics teacher with 17 years experience of teaching.
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.
Activity to draw a Pie Chart clasifying the charactors from eastenders. there is a question sheet (A4, possibly needing to be blown up to A3) and a guided worksheet for those who need more support with the task (2 pages of A4, to be copied side by side onto A3)
A series of posters covering all of the non-fiction genres. I've also included some basic information on writing introductions and conclusions. Perfect for Y6 on the run up to the dreaded SATs. Have included PDF file AND publisher file in case you want to edit anything :)
The pupils have to tally red, blue, green and yellow cars as they fly past in the presentation.
This has proved a popular resource at both schools I have taught, particularly with lower ability classes
Featured in the TES Newsletter. Adventure game in which students answer probability questions in order to rescue a princess. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. There are 5 sections, each with 2 topics. They have 4 attempts at each topic, if they get all 4 wrong, the game ends and they will have to start again. The 5 sections are: OR and AND questions, complementary events, combined events (inc. 'exactly' questions and 'at least' questions), conditional probability. Go to my profile page and check out my other games.
RECOMMENDED by the TES panel. Adventure game in which students answer averages questions in order to progress through a haunted house. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. There are 8 questions on mean, median, mode, mean and median from ungrouped and grouped frequency tables. Go to my profile page and check out my other games.
I created this code breaking maths lesson for an Ofsted observation. The children thoroughly enjoyed it and had so much fun (whilst still learning).
The children are told that they have been selected by the local police to solve a crime. Unfortunately, all of the money from the school office has been stolen and an artist impression of the suspects has been provided. The children must crack the secret police codes to elimate the innocent suspects (cross them off) and reveal the final two suspects. Once this has been completed the last clue is placed on the IWB. Children get a reward for helping the police!
I have differentiated the 4 ways questions (HIPPO - the highest, MOUSE - the second highest, HA - third highest, LA - lowest) but they could be adapted to any year group! I have also included the lesson plan and PowerPoint to help clarify the task. Enjoy!
1st answer = MAN
2nd answer = HAT
3rd answer = BEARD
4th answer = GLASSES
5th answer = MOUSTACHE
6th answer = GINER
2 SUSPECTS LEFT = Kenny and Eric
THIEF IS = KENNY
*PLEASE NOTE I HAVE ADDED 2 ADDITIONAL DIFFERENTIATED SHEETS AND A POWERPOINT*