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Coordinate grids Spot the Error

Coordinate grids Spot the Error

A set of 12 coordinate grids, some correct and others with common errors- uneven spacing, using different scales on different sides of the same axis, not drawing the axis on a line, etc. I often use this as a starter with older students before starting a unit on graphing to remind them of all the things they can and cannot to do. Answers included.

By j9j8j7

Clumsy Clive On Differentiation

Clumsy Clive On Differentiation

Clive is tackling a new topic on the GCSE curriculum, but predicatably is struggling. Four questions getting increasingly difficult requiring you to check as Clive has made mistakes. These will hopefully generate discussion in class.

By alutwyche

Graphs of reciprocal functions.

Graphs of reciprocal functions.

An introduction to the graphs of reciprocal functions. Reciprocals of polynomials, absolute value linear, reciprocal circular functions. Developing the general principles how to deduce the graph of the reciprocal of any function given by a graph or rule. Suitable for IB HL Mathematics or VCE Specialist Mathematics Unit 2 to Unit 3 or any similar course.

By bgm2016

Finding the Equation of a Tangent to a Circle - GCSE Higher Tier (new 1-9 GCSE style) resource

Finding the Equation of a Tangent to a Circle - GCSE Higher Tier (new 1-9 GCSE style) resource

A resource that is ideal if you are teaching pupils how to find the tangent to a circle at a given co-ordinate. This now appears on the new higher tier 1-9 GCSE. Included is the following: Re-cap on finding the radius of a circle from its equation Re-cap on understanding that two lines are perpendicular when gradients multiply to -1 Two examples on powerpoint & word document (see attached) that allow the teacher to model how to find the equation of a tangent to a circle. It is scaffolded into three steps: Step 1: Find the gradient of the radius to a given point on the circumference, Step 2: Find the gradient of a tangent and Step 3: Finding the equation of a tangent. One page (7 different questions) requiring pupils to find the equation of tangents. Q6 and Q7 provide extension opportunities. Plenary question - AQA exam question.

By pncullen1984

Equation of a Circle - Examples and Questions

Equation of a Circle - Examples and Questions

This resource is ideal for teaching pupils about the equation of a circle. It includes examples to work through on: Finding the radius from the equation of a circle (e.g. find radius of x² + y² = 16) Drawing a circle from its equation Finding the equation of a circle when drawn onto an axis Estimate solutions (from graphing) where a circle crosses a straight line It then has one-slide of questions which will allow pupils to practice the above topics. Perfect for higher tier pupils of different abilities.

By pncullen1984

Which one doesn't belong display

Which one doesn't belong display

Based on the book 'Which one doesn't belong?: A shapes book.' by Christopher Danielson and the website http://wodb.ca/, this display allows pupils to look at different areas of mathematics, discussing their mathematical properties. This will enable pupils to use mathematical language and investigate what makes each one unique compared to the others.

By lane1988

Introducing equation of a circle

Introducing equation of a circle

This sheet starts with plotting linear functions, moves onto quadratics and ends with equations of circles. I let the students work through the whole thing then we looked at the circle equations and discussed the fact there are two values of y for each x and what it creates, finally we looked at the link between the centre and radius and the equation. It was a really nice lesson with students discussing various aspects and really understanding equations of circles.

By emj369

Using distance-time graphs

Using distance-time graphs

A matching task which I am very happy with. Students are given four different distance-time graphs and effectively three different activities - Students find the speed at the three different points on the graph and can place them on the 1,2,3 labelled rectangles. - Students find the total distance travelled - Students describe what is happening at each point. The axis are not labelled, but for a context I would use a snail/tortoise moving metres (y-axis) again minutes (x - axis)

By whistleandsums

Graphs Matching

Graphs Matching

This is an activity, with accompanying worksheets, that should encourage a discussion between students and teacher about equations of graphs/functions and what each part "does" regarding the position of the line/curve. You could lead on to other discussions about how the function/equation could be presented.

By alutwyche

20 Topical Maths Investigations for KS2

20 Topical Maths Investigations for KS2

20 real world Maths activities to practise reasoning and problem solving. Each Maths activity is linked to a key date over the second half of summer term (June - July). Extension activities, answer sheets and content domain descriptions included! 'These brilliant problems based on topical events and dates mean children have a great hook with which to solve problems' - Graham Andre, Founder of NumeracyShed. Take a look at our library of free resources, or find out how we can provide Maths specialist support in your school at thirdspacelearning.com

By ThirdSpaceLearning

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All Maths GCSE resources (Prt 1)

All Maths GCSE resources (Prt 1)

A fantastic value for money bundle of worksheets for math students, ranging from lower to upper ability. Also includes topic tests and step-by-step worksheets with questions! Save 48% on this bundle!

By kriss_tutor