#### Grade C Formulae Consolidation Questions

Worksheet suitable for homework, assessment or in-class consolidation of GCSE Grade C questions on formulae. Includes using and writing algebraic formulae and one question on (simple) rearrangement.

A quick summary worksheet containing typical GCSE Higher questions on rearranging a formula. Useful for homework or quick assessment. Three copies per page, so saves on printing costs!

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Worksheet suitable for homework, assessment or in-class consolidation of GCSE Grade C questions on formulae. Includes using and writing algebraic formulae and one question on (simple) rearrangement.

By missnorledge

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8 easy, 8 medium and 8 challenge task cards on kinetic and gravitational potential energy (calculations, re-arranging the formulae, conservation of energy). Answers included. <br />
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Using task cards is a great way to engage your learners. As the questions are on separate cards, they can stay focussed. Use the ‘medium’ and ‘challenge’ cards in conjunction with rewards to keep them motivated. Use these in groups or for revision at the end of a topic.<br />
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Three versions included: Single page (e.g. for projector use), four per page (for printing and cutting into cards) and eight per page (for cutting, or could be used as a worksheet).<br />
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Aligned to the AQA Science / Physics GCSE, but should also be suitable for other exam boards. Could also be used as a quick warm-up for A-Level students.

By pauljcg

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A worksheet on rearranging formulae using the flow chart method.

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A quick summary worksheet containing typical GCSE Higher questions on rearranging a formula. Useful for homework or quick assessment. Three copies per page, so saves on printing costs!

By missnorledge

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Posters and revision resource for naming, measuring and drawing angles. This was produced for Year 11 revision, and is aimed at GCSE Grade F, but could also be relevant for KS3 students.

By missnorledge

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Worksheet suitable for homework, assessment or in-class consolidation of GCSE Grade C questions on formulae. Includes using and writing algebraic formulae and one question on (simple) rearrangement.

By missnorledge

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A couple of starter activities looking at a couple of 'useless' formulae, specifically for calculating the worst and the happiest day of the year. These could be used as starters as part of a topic on formulae, or on the appropriate day of the year with all classes.

By missnorledge

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What a great television series to show to high-school level math students!<br />
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This bundle contains the follow-along worksheets for all 13 episodes of Season 1...more than 150 total questions.<br />
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Charlie is a mathematician and professor at the local university and his brother, Don, is an FBI agent. One of the other professors at the university, Larry, is a friend and a mentor to Charlie. He uses mathematics/science to help his brother solve cases.<br />
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These follow-along worksheets contain 8-14 questions each that the students will be able to answer if they are paying close attention to the presentation. You will have documentation of their attentiveness, and you will also have a foundation for asking follow-up questions and diving into the real math. The key is included, and episodes 12 and 13 have time stamps for where the answers occur in the episode.<br />
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If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or requests, feel free to email me at teacherminestore@gmail.com.<br />
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Enjoy the show!

By TeacherMine

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A mathematics version of Pictionary. To create the game cards just print off the slides (4 on a page) and then double side them.

By paulcollins

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200+ Math Test Prep multiple choice questions; Algebra, Geometry, basic Trigonometry, as well as modeling, analytical questions, and applications. Review subjects, improve time management and test taking skills. Help improve SAT and ACT performance. You may view the free questions and comics at the mathplane site. OR, download this convenient 100 page .pdf packet and support TES and the mathplane sites. Thanks for visiting!<br />
If you have questions, suggestions, or requests, let us know at mathplane.com.

By mathplane

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Fun, engaging and easy to use bingo activity to help pupils consolidate their use of the density mass and volume formulae. Recommended for about 10-15 minutes of lesson time after covering the topic in more detail.<br />
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30 questions and answers, pupils choose 9 answers at the start and put them in a 3x3 grid before running through the questions.

By prof689

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Past Maths Paper with answers

By Kasim Rashid

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Maths Past Paper with answers

By Kasim Rashid

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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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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 />
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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 />
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Suitable for KS3/KS4, lower ability but could be adapted for more able KS3 students.<br />
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Credit given to 'New National Framework 7 book' and 'New Maths Frame working 7 workbook' for scanned in questions.

By AXV322

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Past Maths Paper with answers

By Kasim Rashid

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Maths Past Paper with answers

By Kasim Rashid

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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 />
<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 />
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Suitable for KS3/KS4, lower ability but could be adapted for more able KS3 students.<br />
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Credit given to 'New National Framework 7 book' and 'New Maths Frame working 7 workbook' for scanned in questions.

By AXV322

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