A great free resource for students to construct bar chart for discrete and continuous data. Full detailed lesson plan, resources, task, differentiation and a fill in the blanks plenary.
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Lesson plan is detailed with questioning, prior learning and breakdown of students understanding, assessment opportunities and activities.
Problem solving Starter involving total perimeter and area of rectangle to find out the missing length and width.
An illustration with animation showing how working out the area of rectangle helps in finding out the area of triangle.
Meaningful task for students to practice working out the area of the triangle and Extension for students to find out the base when you are given the length and area.
Next, working out the compound shapes area.
A fun plenary where students fill in the missing blanks regarding area of triangle and compound shapes.
A detailed lesson plan covering the Volume of prisms. It is a fun and engaging lesson for the students with applications of the maths skills in real life scenarios. It is fully differentiated with challenges, starter, plenary etc.
An excellent free Imperial measures resource full detailed based on real life scenarios, treasure hunt and competition and fun based outstanding lesson to capture students interest. It is based on Olympic theme converting mass and length. It is great for teaching measures unit and engaging our students to learning.
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Understanding what is convention, definition and derived properties?
Detailed lesson plan with full breakdown from starter to plenary, questioning and misconception included.
Starter: Define the following shapes: Square, rectangle and a triangle
Giving an example and meaning of convention, definition and derived properties
Match up the shapes and write whether it is a convention, definition or derived properties? (Group activity)
Assessment opportunity task
Group Activity 2: Match the correct cards with the shapes and definition. Then, write down a sentence about each shape. (Attached Properties activity 2)
A nice interactive lesson for students to share ideas and learn the definition, convention and derived properties of several shapes.