#### 20 KS2 KS3 Maths Revision worksheets

Make your work easier. Each worksheet has more than 3 exercises on each sub topics. I have compiled these worksheets to facilitate the teachers. Help your students to review and practice the main topics.

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Make your work easier. Each worksheet has more than 3 exercises on each sub topics. I have compiled these worksheets to facilitate the teachers. Help your students to review and practice the main topics.

GCSE Maths - Assessment for Learning Checklist - Topic focussed
This is an assessment for learning grid/checklist for each topic on the new Maths GCSE.
Think every topic is there, but message me if there's any to add. I use this as a log to keep track of when I do topics with students.

IGCSE Mathematics

A range of resources pinched from places involving Column Vectors and Vector Geometry, up to parallel vectors and vectors on a straight line.
Teacher version includes answers as well as many diagnostic questions, for whiteboard or ABCD response cards.
Around 5-6 lessons worth of stuff depending on how you pace it with your class. Apologies for any mistakes!
Worksheets are linked to different parts of the powerpoint to give students more practice in lessons.

This lesson helps students understand the basics of vectors, including topics such as magnitude, parallel vectors, component and vector forms, unit vectors, and the dot product. Students will also gain familiarity with GeoGebra and technology during the process.

This PPT includes; (40 slides)
- Objectives
- Scalar and Vector Quantities
• Representing Vectors
• Equality of Vectors
• Negative of a Vector
• Multiplication and Division of Vectors by Scalars
• Addition of Vectors
• Subtraction of Vectors
• Components of a Vector
• Pythagorean Theorem
- Why is direction important?
- How can we define a FORCE?
- How to add or subtract the FORCES
- Physics around us...
- Questions with answers
- Review
- HW
To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used.
You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.

This assignment developed from my intention to write some original questions for my Geometry and Trigonometry students, I found that the decisions process was much more instructive than the resulting questions. Hence I chose to set this task requiring the students to create a storyline themselves using Position and Velocity vectors.
It also addresses literacy across the curriculum requirements.

Matchstick Challenge lesson BUNDLE starter for ICT or maths (or any subject!)
£2 each of 4 for £3.

This PowerPoint covers all this Vector Related, explanations and exam style questions

16 Powerpoints presentation for the following topics:
Limits and convergence
Basic rules for derivative
The equations of tangent and normal lines
Basic rules of derivatives
The derivative of e^x and the derivative of ln x
The product rule
The quotient rule
The chain rule for composite functions
The second derivative and higher order derivatives
Rate of change
Velocity and acceleration functions
Relative and global extrema
Concavity
Sketching a graph
Optimisation problems

Expanded solutions for all exercises from Chapters 15 through 17 (Displacement, Constant Accelerations and Newton's Law) in the Neill Hamilton GCSE Further Mathematics Text Book.

The Maths Zone series is designed to add some fun to the traditional strands of the mathematics curriculum by presenting challenging activities and humorous problems to students in a meaningful context. The worksheets are a mix of traditional algorithms and puzzle sheets and are completely original in nature, offering the novelty of a new approach. Classroom teachers and remedial teachers will find this book to be a valuable mathematical resource. Activities can be used as early finisher tasks, whole class lessons, practice and consolidation tasks or as small group challenges. All activities are linked to relevant mathematics outcomes.
Mathematical Reasoning contains sections covering logical reasoning, equations, Venn diagrams and other problem solving strategies. Also included are challenging games and activities that explore a variety of mathematical concepts that are based on versions of popular everyday games such as Dominoes, Bingo and calculator activities.
This is a Photocopy Master ebook (56 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format.
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Author: Edward Connor