Secondary maths collection

Welcome secondary maths teachers! Are you looking for quality assured resources, designed to make lesson planning easier? Spanning across multiple topics and key stages, this extensive collection, hand-picked by members of the Tes maths panel, is the perfect starting point...

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    Plotting quadratic graphs from table of values

    Lesson presentations and activities

    • Pupils are shown how to plot Quadratic graphs including both positive and negative x-squared coefficients. Has a few examples of where they may be used to model motion. If you like this resource then please check out my other stuff on here!

      • 16) Plotting Quadratic Graphs.ppt
      • 16) Plotting Quadratic Graphs.doc

      Reviews

      mickylo203 months ago4

      Very good. Thanks for sharing. Much appreciated.

      tsmlx4 months ago5

      many thanks

      HondaCb350K4a year ago5

      Many thanks for sharing

    • Powerpoint lesson and accompanying worksheet to go with it. Various differentiated questions within

      • quadratic-graphs-exercise.docx
      • Sketching-quadratic-graphs-lesson.pptx

      Reviews

      HondaCb350K4a year ago5

      Many thanks for sharing

      IXLTutors1a year ago5

      Thanks

      myz242 years ago5

    • This is a powerpoint and worksheet designed to introduce quadratics functions and using the graphs to solve equations. Both when y=0 and y doesn't =0. Created for the new currciulum to use with my able year 10 group. I have chosen to introduce roots via solving by factorising as my group is confident at this inorder for them to make the link. Includes diagnostic questions for AFL, fully differentaited worksheet with challenge on roots, and answers on on the powerpoint.

      Please leave me a review if you download this resource!

      Thanks.

      • quadratic-roots-and-solving-quad-equations-from-graphs.pptx
      • Quadratic-roots-and-using-graphs-to-solve-quadratic-equations.docx

      Reviews

      kiranjhaa year ago5

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      ehull42 years ago5

    • This resource is a word document which contains colour-coded, differentiated questions on quadratic graph functions. The questions increase in difficulty. There is also an extension activity which requires students to determine whether a coordinate is part of a quadratic graph.

      The answers to the quadratic graph functions are presented in an xy table of coordinates. The answers to the extension questions are also provided. All answers to all questions can be found on the word file.

      This resource can be used for HA in KS3-KS4. It could also act as a starter activity for KS5.

      I hope you enjoy using this resource.

      • Differentiated-Quadratic-graphs-with-answers.docx

      Reviews

      samantha_jane1a year ago5

      Really useful questions - nicely differentiated - thank you!

      badger55153 years ago5

      TES Resource Team3 years ago5

      Thank you for publishing your resource. It has been selected to be featured in a new secondary maths collection.

    Practice questions, homeworks and assessments

    • Set of 2 worksheets to introduce quadratic equations, especially to lower ability groups. First one gets students used to the idea of square numbers and filling out the x-y table. The second then extends this further to plotting the equations.

      • powers and quadratics.doc
      • plotting quadratics.doc

      Reviews

      missus062 years ago5

      TES Resource Team3 years ago5

      Thank you for publishing your resource. It has been selected to be featured in a new secondary maths collection.

      ajokemoni267 years ago5

      Thank you. Very good resource to consolidate learning on quadratic.

    • These two worksheets are for drawing quadratic graphs. Both are similar and I allowed students to use a calculator but that's up to you. As always, if you use it - please review it.

      • Quadratic Graphs - non calc exam style.pdf
      • Quadratic Graphs.pdf

      Reviews

      chand12343 months ago5

      Excellent Resource, thank you

      andrewchambers4 months ago5

      Great - thanks!

      dl17910 months ago5

      Nice and clear

    • Two sheets with both factorised and unfactorised quadratics. The first sheet matches up with the second demonstrating they are the same expression as the graphs are the same. Work in pairs, match the graphs and observe what you see about both your results.

      • quadratic-graphs-comparing-x-2-4x-4-to-(x-2)(x-2).pdf

      Reviews

      badger55153 years ago5

      TES Resource Team3 years ago5

      Thank you for publishing your resource. It has been selected to be featured in a new secondary maths collection.

      mrsmorgan15 years ago4

      An interesting approach to help students see the equivalence of the factorised and unfactorised quadratics. This activity involves lots of helpful practice of substitution and plotting.

    • The topic of Quadratic Functions from the Year 9 book of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm Keywords: Quadratic, Function, Graph, Expression, Squared, Complete the Square, Factorise, Brackets, Double, Expand, Plot, Axes, Co-ordinate, Turning, Maximum, Minimum, Intercept, Solution, Root.

      • 1. Practice Book.pdf
      • 2. Activities.pdf
      • 3. Activities - Solutions.pdf
      • 4. Extra Exercises.pdf
      • 5. Lesson Plans.pdf
      • 6. Mental Tests.pdf
      • 7. Overhead Slides.pdf
      • 8. Practice Book Answers.pdf
      • 9. Revision Test.pdf
      • 10. Teaching Notes.pdf

      Reviews

      prabhleen3 years ago3

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      TES Resource Team3 years ago5

      Thank you for publishing your resource. It has been selected to be featured in a new secondary maths collection.

    • Example; then questions, gradually increasing in complexity. Answers (relevant plots) also included. An extension is to realise that when the RHS is not zero, we could rearrange the equation so it is, plot that graph and check the x-axis intersection.

      • graphs (answers).pdf
      • graphs (worksheet).pdf

      Reviews

      anniecusacka year ago5

      Excellent for deepening concepts, thank you!

      lwillingham2 years ago5

      Just what I was looking for. Thank you.

      fjackson1442 years ago5

      Amazing