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EDUSTEM - Welcome! You can access range of resources relating to Maths (Primary, GCSE and A levels), Science and Technology
Solving Equations
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Solving Equations

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Tasks on powerpoint. Clear lesson plan document with interactive tasks on powerpoint and explanation.
Geometrical reasoning
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Geometrical reasoning

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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.
Factors, Multiples and Prime assessment
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Factors, Multiples and Prime assessment

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A powerpoint presentation perfect for starters and assessment for Numeracy! It is perfect to use as a plenary as well to check students understanding of the topic. It has multiple choices where only one answer is correct from (A, B, C and D). Perfect as a whiteboard activity for assessment during observational and Ofsted lessons. You can also use this Red, Green, Amber and White activity where students put up their planners to assess students learning. Following topics are assessed: Factors, Multiples, Prime factors, Prime Numbers, Divisors and Highest common factor Please leave a review for this resource :) Let me know if it helps you in your lessons.
Bar Chart (discrete and continuous data)
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Bar Chart (discrete and continuous data)

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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. Please feel free to review my resources :)
Probability Sample Space Diagram
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Probability Sample Space Diagram

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Presentation, Activity, Starter, Plenary, Assessment, Homework, Answers and Differentiation. All in one for Probability Sample Space Diagram
Metrics (measure of mass, capacity and length)
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Metrics (measure of mass, capacity and length)

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Fun starter to convert each of the sports equipment in metrics and to name each of the different metric measures. A great interactive class work to convert each of the sports equipment e.g. cm to mm, g to kg Then, students can practise their learning on worksheet task provided with solutions More fun activities where students can convert metric measures of world record high jump, long jump, shot put etc. Fill in the banks plenary to check students understanding. Attached a detailed lesson plan with fun and interactive activities
Drawing Loci
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Drawing Loci

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A fully detailed lesson on Drawing Loci including lesson plan, starter, presentation, assessment and plenary
Inequalities
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Inequalities

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Inequalities fully detailed lesson plan, presentation, activity, classwork, assessment and plenary. A fun detailed and creative lesson.
Area of triangle and compound of shapes
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Area of triangle and compound of shapes

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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.
Graphs
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Graphs

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Afully detailed lesson on Graphs including lesson plan, starter, presentation, activity, assessment and plenary
Imperial measures
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Imperial measures

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An excellent resource full detailed based on real life scenarios, treasure hunt and competition and fun based outstanding lesson to capture students interest
Finding Formulae
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Finding Formulae

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Perfect for teaching Year 6 to Year 11 students algebra in finding formulae. An interactive and detailed lesson plan and fun activities attached Lesson plan attached on finding formulae. An applicable real life starter to help students work out and see the importance of formula. Mini-whiteboard assessment. Explanation of the real life scenarios where we need to derive formulae. A fun activity attached Domionoes activty where students match the correct white parts formulae with the grey. Answers provided in the presentation Assessment task: Where students substitute numbers to find out the total money made from each task that they dedicate to. A clear classwork applicable maths attached in powerpoint that matches the learning objectives. Extension also attached separately both as a document and additional one on powerpoint as well to differentiate learning.
Algebra bundle
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Algebra bundle

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Algebra bundle of lessons with fully detailed creative lesson plans on factorising expressions, linear expression, quadratic expansion, finding formulae and solving equations
Decimal and Fractions assessment
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Decimal and Fractions assessment

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A powerpoint presentation perfect for starters and assessment for Numeracy! It is perfect to use as a plenary as well to check students understanding of the topic. It has multiple choices where only one answer is correct from (A, B, C and D). Perfect as a whiteboard activity for assessment during observational and Ofsted lessons. You can also use this Red, Green, Amber and White activity where students put up their planners to assess students learning. Please leave a review for this resource :) Let me know if it helps you in your lessons.