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IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

This is the IAL C34 Specimen Question Paper (free sample). Only questions appear in the document without any written space. I have written the paper using LaTeX ( a high quality typesetting document preparation system) and compiled to get the PDF output. Teachers and tutors can now easily save paper and print the question paper for exam practice and revision purposes of their students. The omission of writing space is a huge advantage in saving ink and paper, because original papers comes with a lot of empty space for the answer. The LaTeX written paper have all the math beautifully formatted and typeset even to the minor details. The question paper comes with a cover page for reference. Teachers can opt out this page if necessary when giving for print. Mark scheme is attached. NB: Here is a link to my store @TpT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Smart-A-Level-Math

By mohdamir69

Mathematics Core 3 C3 and Core 4 C4 Lessons

Mathematics Core 3 C3 and Core 4 C4 Lessons

Mathematics Core 3 C3 and Core 4 C4 Lessons This is a set of lessons for A2 Core Mathematics. The resources includes Powerpoints. Powerpoint include: Learning objectives Questions on the topic Important information written in red boxes to scaffold learning. Topics: Functions Trigonometry Exponentials and Logarithms Product Rule Quotient Rule Differentiation and Integration of Trigonometry Roots to equations (staircase and cobweb diagrams) Integration using the chain rule Integration using the rule of Logarithms Integration by Substitution Integration by Parts Mid ordinate rule and Simpsons Rule Expansion formula Algebra Partial Fractions Applications of Partial Fractions Implicit differentiation Tangents and normals Parametric Equation and Differentiation Exponential Growth and Decay Differential Equations Vectors I hope you enjoy these lessons, they can be used in the following ways: To deliver a course with reduced planning but not reducing quality of the lesson. As a basis for an observation lesson to save time preparing resources. To give to students for out of lesson learning. To support teachers who are new to this topic, again to reduce planning time. As a bases for your own lessons where you can include exam questions to each presentation. As an activity where the questions can be printed and cut out.

By n_s4

Mathematical Ambiguity & topic relationships

Mathematical Ambiguity & topic relationships

A presentation exploring ambiguity in the operations and objects of Maths and a set of concept maps that connect various topics of GCSE and IB/A level syllabuses. Quadratic, Log, Trigonometric and Functions are mapped in detail. Useful crossover introductory material that can provide some meaning and context in helping to make some connections between otherwise disparate fields. The presentation develops five areas in which the terms and processes of mathematics are inherently ambiguous: from the irrationals and infinity, the variable as a receptacle, the filling of the number line, forming operations with numbers to the notion of equality and sameness. That is from a number being both a noun (a fractional object) and a verb (process of adding a convergent series of rationals). That algebraic formulations using a variable x, allow for x in one sense to have any value ( before the equation is solved) to a specific value when it has been solved. As five separate chapters each one can serve as nonstandard provocative discussion/starter/plenary material .

By leeleemacjames

Geometry: Vectors 3 - Geometric Problems (Perfect for GCSE and IGCSE)

Geometry: Vectors 3 - Geometric Problems (Perfect for GCSE and IGCSE)

This is a lesson to teach using vectors in more complex geometric problems. It includes the use of midpoints and in particular the use of ratio in vectors. It is the LAST of a three part series to teach vectors and is available as a bundle at a reduced rate. The lesson comes with a starter, lesson objectives, key words, teaching slides, exam questions with answers and basic plenary. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and if you do purchase then please rate and feedback as it is really helpful, thanks.

By ajf43

Geometry: Vectors 2 - Movement (perfect for GCSE and IGCSE)

Geometry: Vectors 2 - Movement (perfect for GCSE and IGCSE)

This is a lesson to teach the basic of vectors in geometry. It is the second of a three part series to teach vectors and is available as a bundle at a reduced rate. The lesson comes with a starter, lesson objectives, key words, teaching slides, a worksheet with answers and a plenary. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and if you do purchase then please rate and feedback as it is really helpful, thanks.

By ajf43

Geometry: Vectors 1 - Magnitude (perfect for GCSE and IGCSE)

Geometry: Vectors 1 - Magnitude (perfect for GCSE and IGCSE)

This is a lesson to teach magnitude in the topic of vectors. It is the first of a three part series to teach vectors and is available as a bundle at a reduced rate. The lesson comes with a starter, lesson objectives, key words, teaching slides, questions with answers and plenary. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

Coordinate Geometry of Circles (AS Level: C2)

Coordinate Geometry of Circles (AS Level: C2)

C2 maths SCAFFOLDED question on the co-ordinate geometry of circles. Students complete the question step-by-step - use the link below to try it! 

 Use the link (you won't regret it!!): www.markit.education/dev/?id=209#direct_demo 

Benefits:
 - Step-by-step process through question 
- Tests misconceptions
 - Students can go through the question at their own pace 

How to use it: Can be used as a starter in class or for students to do individually on their phones/tablets OR set a whole class exercise using www.markit.education

By khathi

Advanced Higher, Higher  and N5 Maths - Advent Calendars

Advanced Higher, Higher and N5 Maths - Advent Calendars

I made these advent calendars for my Advanced Higher and Higher Maths pupils. Idea is that they are doing at least one question a day in the run up to the Christmas holiday. The H questions are from topics we have covered so far so: coordinate geometry, polynomials & quadratics, functions and graphs, differentiation (including chain rule), vectors, laws of logs, & all of the trig, My side of the AH course is all the calculus, functions and number theory so the questions are predominately about those topics. Big thanks to Chris Smith for the N5 advent calendar.

By jcalderwood

Awesome Vectors Race Game (including vector addition/subtraction)

Awesome Vectors Race Game (including vector addition/subtraction)

This is a very engaging and tactical game that can be played by 2-4 players. Students take it in turns to play a vector card to move their counter around the track. Once they get the hang of this they should start playing combinations of vectors to move around more quickly. Differentiated by outcome (students choose the difficulty of the combinations they play) and differentiated by task (make the game harder by only allowing 3 or more cards to be played at once. Students will get lots of practice adding and subtracting vectors, as well as multiplying them by scalar quantities.

By flibit