## Real Life Graphs Starter

by riley_ed

- 4.947 reviews

A starter activity based on matching graphs to descriptions of sleeping patterns. Two worksheets provided for students, one with a blank graph for them to draw their own. This resource has been adapted from its original content.

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- Mar 10, 2012
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Students to match up the clues to a collection of exam questions on 10 higher topics, then use the clues to answer the questions. Peer assess using the rough mark scheme provided. I have used these types of clues in many ways, including as a collective memory task or by getting students to buy the clues as part of a competition.

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Linear Graphs Introductory Lesson<br />
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Aimed at lower ability students. This lesson introduces linear graphs using function machines and by plotting coordinates.<br />
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I personally have the first slide printed and laminated to allow students to write on them using whiteboard pens. Students may focus on 1st quadrant only or all 4 quadrants dependant on ability.<br />
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Main: Naming linear graphs by analysing coordinates (simple questions e.g. x=2, y=4)<br />
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Suitable for KS3/KS4, lower ability but could be adapted for more able KS3 students.<br />
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#### Linear Graphs Introductory Lesson

Linear Graphs Introductory Lesson<br />
<br />
Aimed at lower ability students. This lesson introduces linear graphs using function machines and by plotting coordinates.<br />
<br />
Starter: Coordinates - Differentiated activity (Old L4/5)<br />
I personally have the first slide printed and laminated to allow students to write on them using whiteboard pens. Students may focus on 1st quadrant only or all 4 quadrants dependant on ability.<br />
<br />
Main: Naming linear graphs by analysing coordinates (simple questions e.g. x=2, y=4)<br />
Plotting linear graphs by generating coordinates from a function machine.<br />
<br />
Suitable for KS3/KS4, lower ability but could be adapted for more able KS3 students.<br />
<br />
Credit given to 'New National Framework 7 book' and 'New Maths Frame working 7 workbook' for scanned in questions.

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