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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!

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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!
Year 12 A level Maths Interim Assessment 1

Year 12 A level Maths Interim Assessment 1

This is an interim assessment which can be given to any class embarking on the new a level spec from 2017. It covers the topics of basic algebra, surds, index theory and quadratic equations. The assessment itself will last an hour and there is a follow up lesson where students can tackle similar questions. The powerpoint acts as a marck scheme and can be used to assess the piece of work. It can also be played during the feedback lesson to model correct answers for students. Printing it will give students a chance to have a model solution pack to their assessment.
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WHOLE LESSON: ROUNDING TO NEAREST 10,100,1000

WHOLE LESSON: ROUNDING TO NEAREST 10,100,1000

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.
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WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROPORTION BEST BUYS

WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROPORTION BEST BUYS

Complete lesson on value for money, a very frequently examined topic. Powerpoint takes students through how we look at three deals and scale up or down to ensure that we have bought the same amount in each place, allowing a comparison to be made. The resource follows the powerpoint and allows student to be fully supported from one star to three star. The sheets can be printed and written on, stuck in students' books to allow a reference to their learning
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GCSE FOUNDATION MEDIAN, MODE AND RANGE FULL LESSON

GCSE FOUNDATION MEDIAN, MODE AND RANGE FULL LESSON

I deliver the easiest of the measures of data in one lesson. The mode, median and range all obtained from small data sets. The powerpoint is animated and shows the importance of the ordering of the data and then gives definitions. The classic “give me 3 numbers whose median is 4 and range is 5” type problems are also developed during the lesson. The resource can be printed on and is fully differentiated from one star (lots of support and small data sets) through to 3 star (larger data sets, even numbers of data and more challenging questions). Note answers are not given
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Differentiated Maths Basic Skills Starter

Differentiated Maths Basic Skills Starter

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)
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ASSEMBLY: RULES, RULES, RULES

ASSEMBLY: RULES, RULES, RULES

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.
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Assembly for older students: happiness

Assembly for older students: happiness

A basic assembly I used with sixth form students but could be adapted. The discussion is happiness and the top ten happiest countries are shown. There is then a discussion on the Danish concept of hygge. A prayer is included and a notice board slide. There is a vote which students can take part in which touches on a topical issue of our time
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WHOLE LESSON: ANGLES IN PARALLEL LINES

WHOLE LESSON: ANGLES IN PARALLEL LINES

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
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HUNDREDS OF FOUNDATION GCSE NUMBER PRACTISE QUESTIONS

HUNDREDS OF FOUNDATION GCSE NUMBER PRACTISE QUESTIONS

Very basic old resource that has been knocking about since the modular GCSE days. Around 20 questions on each number topic at the foundation level. Everything is covered from the four rules to ratio, percentages, lots of fraction work. Nothing fancy just a list of questions to be done (very "10 ticks", but without the clipart!). Can be used as booster material, cover work for a maths department, diagnostic work or consolidation
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WHOLE LESSON PROPORTION FOUNDATION

WHOLE LESSON PROPORTION FOUNDATION

A whole fully differentiated lesson which introduces students to simple proportional problems such as "3 cakes cost £4.50, how much will 5 cost?" 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.
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WHOLE LESSON PRIME FACTOR DECOMPOSITION

WHOLE LESSON PRIME FACTOR DECOMPOSITION

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.
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WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROPORTION RECIPES

WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROPORTION RECIPES

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)
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EDEXCEL CORE 4 REVISION GRIDS

EDEXCEL CORE 4 REVISION GRIDS

Three sets of 12 quick fire questions to help prepare Year 13 students for the Core 4 examination. The grid is printed off and students can answer in the box (if printed on A3 paper). The powerpoint can be shown to give model solutions or used as a mark scheme
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TWO WHOLE LESSONS FOUNDATION nth TERM

TWO WHOLE LESSONS FOUNDATION nth TERM

Two (and perhaps more) lessons on finding the nth term of a linear sequence for foundation students (an +b where a is positive). The starter is differentiated and is simple number patterns. The powerpoint talks through the concept of nth term by likening it to finding numbers behind a numbered door (the term number). In the second lesson the use of the nth term (on the same presentation) is used to generate terms. The spreadsheet contains many fully differentiated tasks (at least 4) which you can select from. Most of them are write on and allow students to get through the work at some pace. There are also multi-choice tasks. The lesson check out can be used at the end of the first lesson to asses the learning
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DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS LESSON 1

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS LESSON 1

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
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AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 22 Transform Curve

AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 22 Transform Curve

One of the topics students find most challenging. The fully animated powerpoint (which contains a 5 minute starte) takes students through the basic transformations of the curve y = f(x). There is a slide which summarises the findings of the lesson and the resource that accompanies the lesson is fully differentiated where students skecth various transformations of given curves and write the names of transformed curves. The resource is write on and students can file their completed work. This lesson can also be used at KS4.
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WHOLE LESSON: FOUNDATION SIMPLIFYING EXPRESSIONS VIA PERIMETER

WHOLE LESSON: FOUNDATION SIMPLIFYING EXPRESSIONS VIA PERIMETER

Lesson 2 in a series of lessons on simplifying expressions. This is a classic scenario where students are asked to find an expression for the perimeter of a shape. The powerpoint walks the students around the shapes and writes out the expression as we go. The fully differentiated resource allows students to write on the sheet (no need for drawing the shapes). One star is very basic with all sides having simple expressions. Two and three star have multi-term expressions on the edges and the rectangles have only the length and breadth shown. Answers not included.
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AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 14 Linear Inequalities

AS Level 2017 Mathematics Lesson 14 Linear Inequalities

This is the 14th lesson in the AS course devised by myself. The lesson powerpoint will show students how to solve linear inequalities and list integer solutions. A 5 minute starter on recent material students should know is included and there is a generic plenary on the last slide. The resource that accompanies the lesson will allow students to practise the lesson's objective, with the questions matching those explained by you in your exposition. There are 3 levels of differentiation on the resource and this will help your planning of directed differentiation. Resources can be printed so that students can have their own files of notes and examples. This can also be used with KS4 and gifted KS3 students
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Two stage equation solving matching exercise and code breaker

Two stage equation solving matching exercise and code breaker

A more interactive resource (fully differentiated) on solving equations such as 2x - 3 = 17. Students must match the correct equation with the solution in the lower half of the grid. The other is a code breaker where solving the equation gives a coded message. Ideal for homeworks or to consolidate learning of this algebraic staple
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Year 12 A level Mathematics Interim Assessment 2

Year 12 A level Mathematics Interim Assessment 2

This is the second interim assessment which can be given to any class embarking on the new a level spec from 2017 with the Edexcel board. It covers the topics of surds, completing the square and its uses, sketching quadratic curves, linear and quadratic inequalities, algebraic division, factor theorem and sketching a straight line. The assessment itself will last an hour and there is a follow up lesson where students can tackle similar questions. The powerpoint acts as a marck scheme and can be used to assess the piece of work. It can also be played during the feedback lesson to model correct answers for students. Printing it will give students a chance to have a model solution pack to their assessment.
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