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One Variable Equation / Linear Equation Lesson Ppt

One Variable Equation / Linear Equation Lesson Ppt

These are the lessons plans and power points for one variable / linear equations. One variable is a more suitable description, as the lessons eventually leads to some very demanding multi (5+) steps, repeated fraction questions, as well as questions where the unknown initially appears on both sides. Students are first introduced to the basic principles of algebra which stealthily guides all that they do. Then they apply that knowledge to learn strategies to solve one variable equations. There are three lessons, and should be taught in that order. The bundle contains both the lesson presentations with 'overlay animations', where steps are reviewed one at a time. There is also an accompanying presenter view pdf for teachers for each lesson ppt. The documents are prepared meticulously with LaTeX, I hope you find these useful. In addition, you can get unlimited number of high quality practice questions and solutions for linear equations on my website: www.onemathsquestions.com You can generate the worksheets yourself, and each question will come with a set of very detailed step by step solutions, set out in exactly the same way as the lesson presentation examples. PS: Any comments or suggestions are very welcome, through TES or my website. In addition, if you need a particular type of question, you can ask me to make them for you (for free), sometimes I may just do it for you! Best wishes, Joe
joezhou
WORDED GCSE forming and solving equations - angles in triangles / ages

WORDED GCSE forming and solving equations - angles in triangles / ages

Perfect resource for teaching pupils how to form and solve equations. All worded problems - angles in a triangle, ages of three different people etc. Very similar style to the question on Edexcel GCSE June 2017 (see example image). Helps pupils to form expressions and combine them to form and solve equations. Five example questions (with answers) and eight practice questions on Powerpoint / separate worksheet. Please also check out my resource of forming and solving - finding angles / perimeter.
pncullen1984
Multiplying Complex Numbers Scavenger Hunt

Multiplying Complex Numbers Scavenger Hunt

This 10 poster scavenger hunt requires students to use knowledge of imaginary and complex numbers and simplify using the distributive property. Students can start at any poster and simplify the expression. Once they have an answer they will look around the room for the poster with the matching answer. Students repeat the process until they get back to their original poster. Why do students and teachers love this? Students get automatic feedback on their work using scavenger hunts. We've had nothing but success using this lesson as a review for a quiz/test or as extra practice after introducing complex numbers. You may also like: Complex Numbers Scavenger Hunt nth Roots Scavenger Hunt Periodic Function Characteristics Scavenger Hunt Unit Circle Values Scavenger Hunt Converting Between Radians and Degrees Scavenger Hunt Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt - Finding Side Lengths and Angles Trig Ratios Stations - Featured Trigonometry Relay Race
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Maths Mastery - Solving Linear Equations Maze (Full answers included)

Maths Mastery - Solving Linear Equations Maze (Full answers included)

An excellent consolidation activity on solving linear equations suitable for foundation and higher students. Students must solve equations to make their way across the maze, revising equations involving brackets, fractions, unknowns on both sides etc. The equations get more complex as you cross the maze to build confidence and increase challenge.
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