B28 Maths Tutor
4.670000000000001408 reviews

Former teacher now specialising in private tuition and offering online courses at https://mathscourses.co.uk. On TES I have a wide range of resources for GCSE and A-level Maths.

Last updated

2 October 2020

Latest version (19/10/18) covers both Foundation and Higher Tiers. For each tier there’s a PowerPoint, a set of practice questions and a PDF of model answers to these. In this latest version I’ve tweaked the Higher worksheet so the question order is a better match to the PowerPoint, and have also added a sheet of consolidation and extension questions for the stronger students (answers included on sheet).

Both PowerPoints include a recap of y = mx + c and introduce ax + by = c; plotting a graph; sketching a graph; formula for gradient; finding the equation of a line from its graph; mid-point of a line segment; and parallel lines. The Foundation one takes things a little slower, while the Higher one also includes distance between two points; use of y - y1 = m(x - x1) for the equation of a line given gradient & 1 point / given 2 points; perpendicular lines; perpendicular bisector; intersection of two lines (with a brief mention of inequalities); and tangent to a circle.

A convenient set of key points that can be drip-fed to students as you progress through the topic, and printed (8 or 9 pages to a sheet works well) as a reference handout at end of topic.

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#### Slogomo

7 months ago
5

Great practice for my children, thank you!

#### anniecusack

8 months ago
5

Thank you thank you! :)<br />

#### Karina_VH

a year ago
5

Thank you! Just what I was looking for my Year 11 top set. Answers as well!! :D

#### AnitaC1

a year ago
5

Thank you, this is a really useful summary for both foundation and higher

#### kiranjha

a year ago
5

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