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Expanding brackets

Expanding brackets

A set of 5 graded single sided worksheets with solutions. A suitable resource for students who need more practice. The first column could be worked on in class and the second column left for the students to finish for homework. Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA4-8NA generalises number properties to operate with algebraic expressions. If you like my work, please write a review to help others, and check out my shop for more useful activities.

By Maths2Measure

Factorising and algebraic fractions worksheet

Factorising and algebraic fractions worksheet

I made this to revise the topic of algebraic fractions for my middle set Y10 class. It covers a mixture of short sections on expanding brackets, factorising into single and double brackets, simplifying algebraic fractions and adding and subtracting algebraic fractions. Useful for a mixed ability class, as pupils can start where they feel they are comfortable and work from there. Sorry, no answers provided yet.

By DVDBerg

Expanding Brackets

Expanding Brackets

A lesson for expanding double brackets, assumed knowledge of single brackets. A differentiated worksheet (slide 5) to be printed, pupils can build up skills from single brackets, positive brackets and negative brackets. Extension (slide 6), to be displayed on the board, is triple brackets where pupils can deduce how to expand three brackets. Suitable for most KS3 and KS4 pupils.

By DVDBerg

Factorising Quadratics (2 LESSONS)

Factorising Quadratics (2 LESSONS)

A PPT which covers 2 lessons on factorising quadratics- The first lesson looks at factorising quadratics like x^2 + 2 + 4 and the second lesson looks at factorising quadratics when there is a number in front of x^2. Each lesson has a starter which focuses on exam practice, a range of different examples, an exercise, exam practice and a plenary. This pack also contains a summary homework and mark scheme

By Pedley123

Solving Linear Equations

Solving Linear Equations

A range of solving linear equations questions including questions with brackets, fractions, x on both sides. Answers include positive, negative and fractional answers. I designed this as HW for a GCSE higher group of fairly mixed ability. Students had the option of completing more easier questions or fewer harder questions. Answers are included on the sheet because I was focusing on method and working out.

By j9j8j7

Changing the subject of a formula (WHOLE LESSON)

Changing the subject of a formula (WHOLE LESSON)

This lesson focus on changing the subject of a formula. The lesson pack includes a PPT, a worksheet and an extensions tasks (all with answers). The PPT has a starter which focuses on exam practice, a range of examples that cover different types of changing the formula questions and a plenary to give pupils time to reflect on the lesson.

By Pedley123

Substituting Numbers into Formula

Substituting Numbers into Formula

A resource pack that helps pupils to get to grips with substituting numbers into a formula. Starter: Exam Practice- help pupils to recap over the basic questions in the exam that they SHOULD NOT get wrong. Examples: Explains to pupils how to substitute numbers into a formula- use of colours to show where each number came from. Main task: Worksheet to work on the knowledge they just gained and to put what they had learnt into practice. (Answers on the PPT) Extension: Building on what they have learnt into exam questions. (Answers included in PDF format) Plenary: To reflect upon what they have been able to do, what they need to improve and their TOP TIP for answering these style questions. (Plenary on the main worksheet)

By Pedley123

Differentiated expanding single brackets lesson and homework

Differentiated expanding single brackets lesson and homework

A lesson with differentiated worksheets. In the lesson, there is a starter to recap collecting like terms and once teaching expanding brackets, there are multiple choice questions for the class to assess understanding. The homework is separated in shallow deep and profound sections with feedback box.

By lam218

Simplifying in Algebra

Simplifying in Algebra

Simplifying in Algebra. 40 questions. Simplify simple algebra statements on to powers and multiplying out brackets. Useful tool to assess progress; use it once at the start of the topic then use it again after a week of input. Can be used as "Against the Clock" exercise.

By Bob Bridges

Clumsy Clive On Simultaneous Equations

Clumsy Clive On Simultaneous Equations

Clive is tackling a simultaneous equations homework but as per usual is making errors. There are three sets of linear simultaneous equations to correct and a linear/quadratic to look at. I have tried to cover regular errors for students to spot, correct and discuss.

By alutwyche