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P.I.P Lines

P.I.P Lines

P.I.P Lines! Or Parallel, Intersecting and Perpendicular! A vocabulary matching activity, plus two grand mastery challenge activities!
VocabularyNinja
Complete transformations of shapes (translation, reflection, rotation and enlargement)

Complete transformations of shapes (translation, reflection, rotation and enlargement)

Over the years I have built up a rather hefty transformations notebook file. I believe this includes everything that needs to be included to be able to teach everything on transformations of shapes (including stretching the most able as well as scaffolding for lower ability). It includes activities which can be taken off and used as a worksheet (some answers included) as well as quizzes (with answers as well). This is my go to for any year group throughout KS3 and KS4 when teaching transformations as i can pick out the best bits. I hope this is useful for your too. Enjoy! After the transformations there are some slides on congruent triangles, similarity and symmetry as this can lead on nicely after transformations.
sophiefullbrook
Defuse The Bomb January 2018 Bundle

Defuse The Bomb January 2018 Bundle

Twenty three "defuse the bomb" worksheets and answers on various topics including vectors, inequalities (solving, number lines and regions), shapes, bearings, rearranging formulae, transforming functions, trigonometry in right-angled triangles, similarity and surface area. These are self-marking to the extent that if their answer doesn't appear in the list of possible answers then they need to check what they've done which allows students to just get on and grow in confidence.
alutwyche
GCSE Maths - Revision Placemat - All things Triangular

GCSE Maths - Revision Placemat - All things Triangular

Revision Placemat for GCSE Maths - Foundation or Higher Covers a question on all things triangular: type, area, perimeter, similar triangles, congruent triangles, Pythagoras, trigonometry, constructing triangles, enlarging triangles, vectors etc
8i11y
translations ppt matching activity

translations ppt matching activity

Fun whole class activity, plenary or review activity Based on 'concentration' card game - find matching triples of diagram, word description and translation vector On each turn, select three numbers If a matching triple - well done! - and leave the cards unturned…else click on each of the cards to turn them over again. Easier version of game – start with all the cards face up and find the matching triples Give up or out of time!? Press the right cursor to reveal all the cards Please leave a review if you find this resource useful – thank you!
mronemore
maths cooperative whole class ppt matching activities

maths cooperative whole class ppt matching activities

translations simultaneous equations circle theorems cuboids factorising quadratics fractions, decimals, percentages equivalent fractions standard form surds parallel lines On each turn, select three numbers If a matching triple - well done! - and leave the cards unturned…else click on each of the cards to turn them over again. Easier version of game – start with all the cards face up and find the matching triples Give up or out of time!? Press the right cursor to reveal all the cards Please leave a review if you find this resource useful – thank you!
mronemore
Vectors for Foundation GCSE

Vectors for Foundation GCSE

2/3 of Great Lessons of vectors aimed at the Foundation Tier. Starts from basics as a lot of pupils have not seen this topic due to it coming down to foundation last year. Each topic has practice and answers and activities to embed knowledge. Topic Covered : Vector Notation Drawing and describing Column Vectors Column Vectors addition and Subtraction Combining vectors and drawing resultant vectors Lots of activities embedded within to make the topic iterative rather than just examples and practice. Please leave feedback :)
stefmathssparkle
Discover Pythagoras

Discover Pythagoras

Worksheet leading pupils to discover and prove the Pythagoras Theorem. Pupils need to be aware of vectors as these are used to describe the right-angled triangles - though the worksheet does explain vector notation. There are three pages to the worksheet. Pages 1 and 2 lead pupils through specific right-angled triangles; page 3 helps them generalise their results into the Pythagoras Theorem.
sjwilk
Geometry: Vectors BUNDLE (3 lessons) - perfect for GCSEs

Geometry: Vectors BUNDLE (3 lessons) - perfect for GCSEs

This is a superb 3 lesson bundle to teach all the aspects of vectors needed for both GCSE and IGCSE. 1. Magnitude 2. Movements 3. Geometric Problems All lessons comes with a stater, learning objectives, key words, excellent examples and teaching slides, worksheets or questions, answers and plenary. ALL ADDITIONAL RESOURCES are included ! NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!
ajf43
Vector Notation Starter

Vector Notation Starter

This is a simple and quick exercise to match 4 translations with 4 vectors. This could of course be used as a quick recap at the start of a lesson having previously introduced the concept however I have most often used this BEFORE I teach students about vector notation. We explore the idea of translation using words like up, down, left, right etc... and then I give them the exercise to see if they can work it out for themselves. They always do :) One fun way to introduce translations is by showing a video of American line dancing! Youtube has plenty.
ingridu