# Danny Marshall

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I am a teacher of A-Level Maths and Further Maths, alongside GCSE and Functional Skills. If I make anything worthwhile, I will share it here. Thanks for checking out my resources!

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I am a teacher of A-Level Maths and Further Maths, alongside GCSE and Functional Skills. If I make anything worthwhile, I will share it here. Thanks for checking out my resources!

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#### Section A Functional Skills Level 2 Assessments

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In this resource, I have constructed 12 Section A (Non-Calculator) assessments for the NEW specification of Edexcel Functional Skills (Level 2) in Mathematics. There is also a PowerPoint with worked solutions/mark scheme to display. This resource is pitched at a similar level to the Section A Sample Paper that Edexcel has provided: Each assessment is four sides of A4 in length, each totalling 16 marks (as per Edexcel’s specification). The 12 x 4 questions cover the vast majority of the Edexcel specification, with topics including: Estimation Substituting numbers into formulae and ‘word formulae’ Order, approximate and compare decimals Add, subtract, multiply or divide decimals Calculate using ratios and direct proportion (I felt inverse proportion would be too difficult for non-calculator tests) Calculate amounts of money, percentage increases and percentage decreases Compound Measures: (Speed = distance / time), (Density = mass / volume) Perimeters and Areas of 2D shapes Drawing plans and side views Angles Median and Mode of a set of quantities Compare the mean, median, mode and range of datasets NB: Each of these topics are not covered equally. Please check my shop and YouTube channel for future resources.

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#### Rounding to Decimal Places GCSE Foundation pico-Assessment

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This is a short set of questions and accompanying set of answers on the topic of Rounding to x Decimal Places. This is suitable for GCSE Foundation students sitting Edexcel or Eduqas / WJEC specifications. So called ‘pico-Assessments’ as they are to be used as more frequent formative assessment, in conjunction with my fortnightly ‘nano-Assessments’, to check and clarify comprehension of set topics. Please check my shop and YouTube channel for future resources. It would mean a lot to me if you could review this if it proves to be helpful. Thank you!

#### HOME LEARNING: A-Level OCR A Mechanics

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A PowerPoint with lots of topics covered. For some of the harder stuff (read toward the end of the below list) has comprehensive explanation and a worked example for you to attempt. It’s very much a work in progress but I thought I would upload it with all the Coronavirus stuff going on. It may even provide some nice templates for you to use in your lessons :) It covers the following: An Intro to i and j components of a 2-D vector Defining Magnitude and Direction Resultant forces in 2-D Resolving forces in 2-D Resolving forces in 2-D using Trigonometry (Explanation) Resolving forces in 2-D using trigonometry (Practice) Resolving Forces given a vector’s magnitude and direction Resultant Force of Two Contributing Forces Resultant Force of Three Contributing Forces Newton’s Second Law Block on a Slope Block on a Rough Slope (Friction) Two Masses on a Pulley (Examples and Practice) Two Masses on a Pulley: Mass on a Rough Slope (Examples and Practice) Moments Moments and Uniform Rods (Examples and Practice) Moments and Sloped Uniform Rods (Examples and Practice) Moments - Equilibrium (Examples and Practice) Big ups Gregg Wallace!

#### Rounding to Significant Figures GCSE Foundation pico-Assessment

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This is a short set of questions and accompanying set of answers on the topic of Rounding to x Significant Figures. This is suitable for GCSE Foundation students sitting Edexcel or Eduqas / WJEC specifications. So called ‘pico-Assessments’ as they are to be used as more frequent formative assessment, in conjunction with my fortnightly ‘nano-Assessments’, to check and clarify comprehension of set topics. Please check my shop and YouTube channel for future resources. It would mean a lot to me if you could review this if it proves to be helpful. Thank you!

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20 Resources

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