Student booklet includes: topic checklist, knowledge collection, skills practice questions, exam-style questions, and self reflection
Teacher booklet includes: information and guidance, topic reflection, and answers to all the questions.
This complete workbook is an excellent resource to go alongside your teaching of the Probability topic, or for revision.
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This is a starter and plenary activity designed for KS4 (but could be adapted for other levels) that covers estimation, orders of magnitude and standard form.
As a starter, ask the students to use estimation to order the cards according to their value.
As a plenary, use the next set of cards to have the students work out the value of each card and check their original estimation.
This might be useful in GCSE Maths, GCSE Biology, GCSE Chemistry, or GCSE Physics and also Maths skills lessons.
A series of simple nets (templates) of the core 3D shapes that are covered in GCSE maths. Tabs are included (so that you can print and construct them) but are in a different colour to separate them from the actual net.
Triangular-Based Pyramid (Tetrahedron)
Extend and challenge your students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills with this session on Fermi Estimation.
Perfect for GCSE, A level, Adult Education, or even upper KS3 students, this smart and engaging PowerPoint presentation and accompanying worksheet, contain everything you need to get your students started with Fermi Estimation.
Ideal for an end of term activity or enrichment session. These questions are also sometimes used in university or job interviews, so it is an excellent skill for your students to learn.
A simple worksheet for students to do a self-assessment and reflection at the end of a topic. Also contains a sheet for teachers to use to reflect on a group’s progress. Can be used for any subject, topic, and age.
This succinct, colour-coded resource summarises the chain rule, product rule, and quotient rules for A level Differentiation.
It includes when each rule is used, the general formula, and a written formula for each rule.
I have included an image and a Word document so that you can edit it if you want to.