A worksheet that has progressive questions that provide students with practice on expanding double brackets. Aimed for the new mathematics 9-1 syllabus with problem solving questions at the end.
A resource that covers all different types of quadratics that can be factorised. It starts off with a recap of single brackets and then moves on to factorising quadratics with; positive only terms, positive and negative terms, difference of two squares and coefficient of the x^2 not equal to 1.
Stratified Sampling War is a game for 2 to 4 players aimed at improving mathematical skills. Players will need to be able to create a stratified sample as well as using basic percentage skills in a competitive game. Students love this activity which takes dry subject matter and creates a fun activity for learning.
In this task students will practise measuring and drawing angles. Students will need to problem solve to find strategies to get the best outcome. This engages students with competition and mathematics within its applications.
A worksheet that progresses students from the very basics of the skill to more advanced. Each question progresses from the last by one step so by the end of all the questions the students will have practiced with many different variations.
Dodgy Data lets students practice their skills at calculating averages . Students also need to say which average is best for a set of data. Students will engage better with the averages and therefore embed learning learning. Included is differentiated worksheet, support sheet and teacher notes.
The resource uses real data from the Office for National Statistics. The aim is to use real data to engage students more, spot trends in the data and come to conclusions based on this data. The data is in the excel spreadsheet with grouped data to support the worksheet. The worksheet is differentiated with *, **, ***. The * has scaffolding. ** has scaffolding and has additional questions. *** has no scaffolding and additional questions.