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Scaffolded worksheets, extension tasks, match-up tasks and lots more miscellaneous goodies from KS3 level upwards.

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Scaffolded worksheets, extension tasks, match-up tasks and lots more miscellaneous goodies from KS3 level upwards.
Data Collection Lesson
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Data Collection Lesson

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Full lesson on data collection (used for an observation) comprising: starter to be discussed on what makes a good survey question and collection method, collection worksheet (to be circulated) for groups to decide on their question and how to collect the data, and peer-assessment form for adjacent groups to mark work.
SOHCAHTOA Scaffolded Worksheet
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SOHCAHTOA Scaffolded Worksheet

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A fill-in-the-boxes worksheet on SOHCAHTOA in right-angled triangles, going from labelling sides to calculations. Finishes with the PIXI Maths Green sheet as an extension. Many thanks for her awesome resources!
Mode, Median, Mean and Range Review
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Mode, Median, Mean and Range Review

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Fully differentiated lesson-in-a-sheet on calculating the mode, mean, median and range from discrete data, beginning with a procedure match-up before calculations. An extension task invites students to explore a recursive process involving the median, mean and range. Answers provided.
Fractions as Recurring Decimals Investigation
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Fractions as Recurring Decimals Investigation

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A detailed investigation that finds precisely under what conditions fractions produce recurring decimals, building on the GCSE topic of algebraic proof. Suitable for brighter GCSE students who might be looking ahead to maths A level and beyond! Answers provided.
Party Time! Best Buy Recipes Activity
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Party Time! Best Buy Recipes Activity

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A group activity using recipe-type proportion questions to work out costings for a dinner party. Great for a fun lesson on proportion. Promotes independent learning with real-life applications and an extension is provided.