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Planned and tested Mathematic resources for teachers in the primary, secondary and FE sectors. A wide range of subject matters from algebra to geometry in both interactive and powerpoint formats. So if you need an affordable solution for a Maths lesson plan then the Maths Geezer has a solution.

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Planned and tested Mathematic resources for teachers in the primary, secondary and FE sectors. A wide range of subject matters from algebra to geometry in both interactive and powerpoint formats. So if you need an affordable solution for a Maths lesson plan then the Maths Geezer has a solution.

#### Fractions, Decimals and Percentages.(pptx)

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3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions. Lesson Objectives: To be able to simplify fractions. To be able to work out equivalent of common fractions, decimals and percentages. To be able to convert between fractions and decimals. The presentation is divided into 3 parts, each representing one of the learning objectives.

#### Stem and Leaf Diagrams (pptx)

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2 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions with solutions. Objectives: To be able to represent data in an ordered stem &amp; leaf diagram 2, To be able to find the mode, median and range from an ordered stem and leaf diagram (including Back to Back Steam and Leaf, and comparing two sets of data).

#### Prime Factors, Prime Factorisation, HCF/LCM (ppt)

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2/3 Lessons. Objectives: Be able to write a number as a product of its prime factors. Be able to construct a tree diagram to find the prime factors of a number. Be able to calculate the HCF and LCM of two numbers using Venn diagrams. Be able to find the HCF and LCM of two numbers when given the prime factorisation of each numbers. Includes: Lesson starters; Worked examples; Practise questions; Plenary questions. For more resources go to www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Roots and Turning Points of Quadratic Graphs (pptx)

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Higher level GCSE Algebra. Using the Quadratic Formula. The presentation shows graphically what the Roots and Turning points of Quadratic Graphs are. Then takes students through an example of solving a quadratic using the formula and relate it to the graph. Finally substituting to find the turning point.

#### Probability Two Way Tables (notebook)

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Lesson objectives: To be able to interpret data from a two-way table. To be able to work out probabilities from a two-way table. Includes; worked examples, practise questions, exam questions and worksheets. Interactive version. For more quality resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Listing Outcomes and Sample Space Diagrams (pptx)

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2 lessons, includes a recap on calculating probability, step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. Objectives: To calculate probability by listing all outcomes. To calculate the probability of independent events, including questions using 'And', 'Or' and 'At Least'.

#### GCSE Algebra Revision (ppt)

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Two lessons, including worked examples and practise questions. Topics: 1. Solving Equations 2. Substitution into Expressions 3. Simplifying Expressions 4. Expanding Brackets 5. Factorising Expressions For more Maths resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Dividing by a Fraction - Using Equivalent Fractions (ppt)

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3 lessons. Objective: to be able to divide a number by a fraction. The presentation is split into 4 parts: Recap of equivalent fractions. Dividing a whole number by a fraction. Dividing a fraction by a fraction. Dividing a mixed number by a fraction. Includes worked examples, practise questions with worksheets, and plenary. For more multi- lessons on fractions visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Probability Two Way Tables (ppt)

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Lesson objectives: To be able to interpret data from a two-way table. To be able to work out probabilities from a two-way table. Includes; worked examples, practise questions, exam questions and worksheets. For more quality resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Surds: Simplify and Rationalise (pptx)

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3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions, and exam style questions. Learning Objectives: To understand the definition of a surd. To be able to simplify surds. To be able to rationalise simple fractions with a surd in the denominator. Includes, recap of square roots, and recognising surds. Explores the 3 rules of surds in turn, with practise questions for each rule. Uses calculators to check solutions and engender a greater understanding.

#### Probability Tree Diagrams (pptx)

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3-4 lessons. Includes recaps on: Finding probabilities, independent and mutually events, and sample space diagrams. The presentation features a step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. Objectives: Use tree diagrams to calculate probabilities of a combination of events. (7) Use tree diagrams to calculate probabilities of conditional events. (8)

#### Perimeter and Area of Compound Shapes (pptx)

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2 lessons on finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes made from rectangles. Includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. Objectives: To be able to find the perimeter of compound shapes. (grade 3) To be able to find the area of compound shapes. (grade 3)

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3/4 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions with solutions, and worksheets. The big idea is to solve the inequalities to find the critical values, the to test a point on a number line to determine the correct inequality. Objectives: To be able to solve quadratic inequalities algebraically. The lessons are split into 3 sections: A recap of solving linear inequalities. Solving simple quadratic inequalities. Solving harder quadratic inequalities that involve rearranging and factorising to find the critical values. For more Algebra resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Number Bonds to 20 (ppt)

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Year1 Number - Addition and Subtraction lesson on Number Bonds to 20. Split into three parts. Part 1: Recap and extension. Part 2: Reading, writing and interpreting mathematical statements. Part 3: Using knowledge of number bonds to 20 to solve problems with larger numbers. Lesson Objectives: a) To read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition (+) subtraction (-) and equals (=) signs. (1C2b) b) To be able to represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20. (1C1) c) To be able to add and subtract single-digit and two-digit numbers to 20, including zero. (1C2a) d) To solve one step problems that involve addition and subtraction. (1C4) Students are encouraged to use a range of concrete objects to help them solve problems. Includes recording templates for diagrams, words and symbols, using a Ten Frame, and Mastery questions, and blank templates/worksheets.

#### Conversion Graphs (ppt)

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2 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. Money, weight, temperature, distance. For more algebra resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

#### Substitution into Formulae. (pptx)

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2-3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. Objectives: Evaluate simple formulae by substituting numerical values. Evaluate formulae with powers and roots by substituting numerical values.

#### GCSE Geometry - Area, Perimeter, Volume, Angles & Pythagoras Revision (ppt)

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2 lessons, includes examples and practice questions covering: Area and perimeter of quadrilaterals and composite shapes. Area and circumference of circles and semi-circles. Volume of Cuboids. Angles, including triangles and parallel lines. Pythagoras’s Theorem. for more GCSE revision resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

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