#### VCE Specialist Mathematics 3&4 Differential Equations

Drawing slope fields, solving differential equations using TI Nspire CAS and Euler's method.

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Resources and ideas for mathematics, advanced pure, numerical methods, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Drawing slope fields, solving differential equations using TI Nspire CAS and Euler's method.

Ten interactive competitive games on Physics A-level topics. These will make a very welcome break from other less thrilling means of revision.The Matching Pairs Game is a fun and competitive interactive whiteboard game in which two teams take it in turns to match tiles. The game automatically scores and has a built in timer in the event of a draw. Students really enjoy the competitiveness. This game won a Microsoft innovation award. An editor is separately available to make your own games;https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/matching-pairs-interactive-game-creator-11063058bennyjohn5@hotmail.com

Here is my power point trying to structure questions for C2 from past papers. I have split the paper into 9 sections and tried to group questions together. All solutions are given at a click. For use by giving to pupils and leaving them to it, or working through topics as a class. Every question from 2006-present. Also works extremely well on iPads.

Here is my power point trying to structure questions for C1 from past papers. I have split the paper into 11 sections and tried to group questions together. All solutions are given at a click. For use by giving to pupils and leaving them to it, or working through topics as a class. Every question from 2006-present. Also works extremely well on iPads.

Here is my power point trying to structure questions for C3 from past papers. I have split the paper into 7 sections and tried to group questions together. All solutions are given at a click. For use by giving to pupils and leaving them to it, or working through topics as a class. Every question from 2006-2014. Also works extremely well on iPads.

This set of four lessons goes over the exponential formula used in Physics for radioactive decay as well as teaching the basic rules of logs and why natural logs are used.

This lesson teachers students about the iterative formula. The ability to identify why there is a root between two points. The ability to generate an iterative formula. The presentation also demonstrates that not all iterative formulae work.The lesson follows with a worksheet for the students to attempt either in class or as a piece of homework. Answers are included.

This is the second of three lessons that introduce the idea of logarithms The PowerPoint takes students through the difficulties in solving algebra with unknown powers and cumulative interest. The general simple rules of addition and subtraction of logarithms is discussed.This is part of the essential mathematics skills needed for A-Level Physics

Suitable for Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics or Further Mathematics, this resource introduces students to a small variety of methods for working out areas underneath graphs. Starting with the counting of squares method, it introduces the Trapezium Rule and others. A chart at the end allows students to record the different estimates they have in order to compare methods, and it concludes with a few thoughts about real-world applications and the basis for integral calculus.

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Here is my power point trying to structure questions for C4 from past papers. I have split the paper into 6 sections and tried to group questions together. For use by giving to pupils and leaving them to it, or working through topics as a class. Every question from 2006-present. Also works extremely well on iPads.

Set of class activities, lesson plans, power points, tests, trial exam for IB HL Maths Calculus Option.

Revision sheet for OCR MEI Core Maths 2. Could be printed out A4 to use as a revision aide-memiore or A3 to use as a poster.

In this collection I have tried to gather attention grabbing resources. Whether you are teaching cheeky monkeys or aloof A-level classes, these are real winners.The "Matching Pairs Interactive Game" and "Two Team IWB Quiz Game" use the interactive whiteboard in a creative and engaging way.

Presentation that shows learners how to use the iterative approach to find the roots of equations. Starts by locating roots by looking for the change in sign between certain values and leads on to an example of how to use an iteration method to find approximate solutions. Also I have added some autograph graphs that can be used to show students how to produce staircase and cobweb diagrams.SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

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A presentation shows learners how to use the trapezium rule. SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

A powerpoint covering iteration for the 9-1 GCSE specification, as well as a brief look at the Newton-Raphson method seen in FP1.

Six splendid puzzles to display on your interactive whiteboard. These make great lesson starters and are an essential part of a teacher's toolkit. You probably already know the River Crossing puzzle. The puzzles are animated to make them very attention grabbing. No printing is needed; all the puzzles should be solvable without the need to write anything down. Very engaging and fun.

Introduction to numerical integration using left-end point estimate, right-endpoint estimate and trapezoidal estimate. Students start by doing the activity by hand, then use the file on their calculators.

A class activity introducing the bisection method and Newton's method to find approximate solutions of equations.

Need more practice? Try the HL Maths Calculus Option Trial Exam. Five questions covering the Calculus Option syllabus. Full solutions provided.

**All questions are completely new and have not been previously published, therefore students will not be able to have access to mark schemes or have seen them before.**A C4 exam paper mark scheme which has very similar questions to a real C4 exam.

This bundle includes all of the C4 worksheet mark schemes, if you purchase all of the mark schemes together they will be discounted by 50%.

A PowerPoint to use as a lesson aid when teaching the method of iteration. Goes through a step by step process of the skills required for Core 3. The last four slides can be printed for students so they can write down the examples without having to write out the question

The power point on Euler's method. A complete lesson with theory, introduction, examples, questions. Explanations how the spreadsheet can be used to shorten the calculations. Linked to slope fields and solving differential equations analytically.

A lesson showing students how to find the solution to an algebraic expression through decimal search.The lesson also includes two questions for students to attempt.

A pdf file containing hundreds of random questions about integration for C3 and C4 maths (A level). No calculation is required, but could you come up with the most effective method to work out the integrals?The questions include the exponential and natural logarithm functions, and trig functions, and integration methods such as substitution, integration by parts, partial fractions, or the trapezium rule.******************************************************************Also available in this SUPER PACKAGE at a discounted price!******************************************************************Best used as revision, when students are confident with calculations but sometimes struggle to find the quickest way to proceed, this pdf file can be used in lessons or as personal revision on a laptop or even a mobile phone.Get a free sample here.

A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource59 SlidesTo be able to solve equations of the form f(x) =0 using the method of interval bisection.To be able to solve equations of the form f(x) =0 using the method of linear interpolation.To be able to solve equations of the form f(x) =0 using the Newton-Raphson method.To be able to solve equations of the form dy/dx = f(x) using Euler's 'Step by Step' Method.

A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource57 SlidesTo be able to solve first order differential equations of the form dy/dx = f(x) using the following ‘step by step’ methods:1. Euler’s method2. The Mid-Point method.3. The Improved Euler method.