# Weltmeister7's Maths Shop

Foundation GCSE and Old/New A Level Maths Spec. Powerpoints and resources to help all students attain their best from an OFSTED rated outstanding teacher with 20 years experience. The lessons are traditional and the powerpoints will always match the fully differentiated resources exactly. Most foundation resources are write-on and so no issues with presentation. Hopefully you will find the resources useful...and affordable!

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Foundation GCSE and Old/New A Level Maths Spec. Powerpoints and resources to help all students attain their best from an OFSTED rated outstanding teacher with 20 years experience. The lessons are traditional and the powerpoints will always match the fully differentiated resources exactly. Most foundation resources are write-on and so no issues with presentation. Hopefully you will find the resources useful...and affordable!

#### WHOLE LESSON: ROUNDING TO NEAREST 10,100,1000

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An entire lesson for any student starting to round a number to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000. The starter is 10 simple questions which are true or false (5 minutes). The powerpoint takes the students through the method of rounding a number of any size to the nearest 10,100 or 1000. The resource that accompanies the lesson is a fully differentiated book (1 star:supported to 3 star: no help needed) which students can write on.

#### HIGHER MATHS LESSON: SOLVE LINEAR INEQUALITIES

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Complete lesson for more able students to show them how to solve linear inequalities and represent their solutions on a number line. Powerpoint fully explains method using traditional “do the same to both sides” approach. It also discusses dividing by negatives and how this can be avoided by adding the x to both sides. Fully differentiated (three levels) write on resource with student notes section and a self-evaluation plenary section. No answers included.

#### WHOLE LESSON: ANGLES IN PARALLEL LINES

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Whole lesson on interior, alternate, corresponding angles. There is a multi-choice starter reviewing the angle sum of a triangle. The main presentation is animated to show where corresponding angles come from. There are then some basic definitions and some worked examples with geometric reasoning. The last few slides are just questions for you to annotate at the board with your class. The spreadsheet contains multiple tasks and so can be differentiated to suit your students. Easier tasks are multi-choice and harder questions will challenge the more able

#### REVISION GCSE FOUNDATION TRANSFORMATIONS

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A full lesson on the practise of the four main transformations: rotation, reflection, enlargement and translation. Full animated powerpoint shows students the basics of the transformation and then some typical exam style questions. The spreadsheet contains multiple resources, all of which are differentiated and can be printed for the students to write on. Many contain the answers also.

#### Differentiated Maths Basic Skills Starter

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5 minute warm up with three different tiers of questions. Students select the tier of questions and have 5 minutes to answer as many as they can. Answers are on the next slide. Great for lesson starters with any students working at basic level (GCSE grades 1/2/3)

#### ASSEMBLY: RULES, RULES, RULES

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A light hearted assembly that takes students through some of the more bizarre rules and laws from around the world. The school rules are the last slide (you will have to change them for your own school) and the morale of the tale is why we need rules in order to keep a calm productive environment.

#### WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROPORTION RECIPES

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A full lesson on the classic examination question based on unitary proportion. The powerpoint takes students through how we can very simply change a recipe for 4 biscuits into a recipe for 8 biscuits and then evolves to see how we could perhaps change recipes for 6 into recipes for 8 by scaling down and then up. There are two resources to accompany the lesson, both of which are fully differentiated and,when printed in A4 booklet form, allow the students to write on, including their working. Answers not supplied and the recipes are not real! I usually finish this lesson with the Maths 4 Real video with Ben Shepherd (although I cannot include this video as I do not own it)

#### WHOLE LESSON: FOUNDATION NUMBER SKILLS REVISION

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An entire lesson that covers foundation number elements that students frequently forget: HCF, LCM, BIDMAS, square numbers, four rules of number, powers of numbers. The mental starter is differentiated and is simple number work in context of buying items at a cafe. The powerpoint takes students through the exact questions that they will be tackling in the resource. The last slide shows the first 10 square numbers and prime numbers. The resource is then fully differentiated from 1 star to 3 star with questions based on the content of the slide show. This can be printed out and students write on the resource.

#### WHOLE LESSON PROPORTION FOUNDATION

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A whole fully differentiated lesson which introduces students to simple proportional problems such as &quot;3 cakes cost £4.50, how much will 5 cost?&quot; The powerpoint takes students through the unitary method. The fully differentiated resource (1 star, 2 star, 3 star) can be printed and students can write on the sheet. The resource contains a notes section which, when stuck in their books, gives them a reference. The students select which level of work they wish to work on. Answers are not supplied.

#### ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY GCSE FOUNDATION

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An introduction to rotational symmetry: a topic for some reason all lower ability students accept and then forget! The fully animated powerpoint shows the tracing of a shape and spinning it around 1 full revolution. Other examples are then shown. The fully differentiated resource goes from 1 star (multi choice) to 3 star (demanding complete the shape so that it has rotational symmetry type questions). All tasks can be printed and written on, although you may have to adjust the dimensions of the sheet so that it prints near perfect square grids (this will affect the quarter turns). Answers are not given

#### HIGHER GCSE CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY TREE

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Complete lesson on tree diagram construction and use where the probability on the second phase are different (sweet is eaten, counter not replaced etc) Powerpoint fully animated to show the construction and use of the tree. Three level differentiated resource which students can write on contains notes section for them to reference if struggling and a plenary. Answers not included.

#### COMPLETE LESSON: GCSE HIGHER MATHEMATICS THE THREE AVERAGES FROM A DISCRETE DISTRIBUTION

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A complete lesson which takes students through how to find the mean, median, mode and range when given discrete data in a table. Lesson includes a starter, the Powerpoint for to show the students how to tackle the work and a fully differentiated resource which includes notes and space for students to write their solutions. There is also a built in plenary section for students to assess their progress. Answers not included.

#### GCSE HIGHER MATHS THE THREE AVERAGES COMPLETE LESSON

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Complete lesson which takes students starting the GCSE Higher course through a review of the three averages. Simple calculations are covered as well as reverse problems and “give me three numbers with a mean of…” type problems. Lesson includes a starter activity, the Powerpoint demonstration and the fully differentiated resource which contains notes and space for students to write their answers. No answers given.

#### WHOLE LESSON: ONE AS A FRACTION OF ANOTHER

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Complete lesson on the concept of writing one quantity as a fraction of another. For example, in a room of 20 students, 8 of them wear glasses: write the glasses wearers as a fraction of the room. There is a starter which can be used in your other lessons as it is 10 questions of a general GCSE grade 3 level. The powerpoint takes the students through the procedure and then there is a differentiated resource which students can write on. There is also extension material which require more thinking about the selection of the numbers. There is also a matching puzzle with the questions in the top half and the answers in the bottom.

#### 11 MINI ASSESSMENTS OF NUMBER TOPICS AT FOUNDATION GRADE 2

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15 minute assessments that can be used as homeworks, assessments in class or revision. Each tests the basic recall in the following number topics: factors, fractions of amounts, percentages of amounts, multiplying by 100/1000, percentage recognition, square numbers, addition, patterns, subtraction, division and multiplication

#### DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS LESSON 1

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A whole lesson (powerpoint and resource) that will introduce students in Year 13 to solve differential equations by separating the variables. The powerpoint takes students through the process and the examples are printed with their solutions on the resource which is fully differentiated. The first level guides students through the process of solving and the second level lets them try the equations themselves. There is an examination question and there is a challenge. Answers to the exercise are not supplied

#### INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR PROGRAMMING

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Two lessons that introduce the concept of shading regions on a 2D plane to help solve linear programming examples in the Decision 1 module of A level maths. The first lesson is simple shading out of regions and then the students are introduced to the concept of a linear programming problem, maximising profit. All powerpoints are fully animated to show shading and the solutions sets, all resources are printed so that students can draw straight on the graphs.

#### 9 FOUNDATION REVISION MINI ASSESSMENTS: DATA

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9 documents on one spreadsheet that will give quick revision of all of the basic skills needed at foundation level for students targetting grade 4 or 5. Topics include scatter diagrams, pie charts (draw and interpret), averages and probability. Answers not included. Can be used as revision, homeworks are plenary activities

#### WHOLE LESSON PRIME FACTOR DECOMPOSITION

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An entire lesson on the often examined topic of product of primes. The powerpoint introduces prime numbers and then goes onto using the tree method to write a whole number as a product of primes. The resources is fully differentiated using a star system and students can write on the resource, ensuring that their work is neat and easy to assess.