# Weltmeister7's Maths Shop

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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!

#### WHOLE LESSON: SIMPLE ESTIMATION OF CALCULATIONS

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A complete lesson on the basics of trying to estimate the answer to a calculation by rounding the numbers. Ideal for any student working at grades 1,2 or 3. The differentiated starter gets students to round numbers (answers given). The powerpoint then takes them through the skill of estimating and gives real life examples (context). The resource that accompanies the lesson matches what the students have been shown and can be printed for them to write on. There are also 3 bonus worksheets in the file as well. The lesson checkout can be used as a plenary to assess what your students have learned

#### 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.

#### 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)

#### WHOLE LESSON: MEASURING ANGLE

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An entire lesson on measuring angles. The starter is a simple differentiated number chain. The powerpoint includes a fully animated protractor and steps on how to use it correctly. The resource that accompanies can be printed to an A4 booklet and should allow a standard school protractor to fit on each angle nicely. The task is differentiated with the easiest angles all being read from the right hand scale. As some students will grasp this quicker I have included a simple coins and totals exercises for those who finish early. Note this lesson does not include measuring reflex angles, as this is rare to examination papers. Perhaps this could be shown in a plenary

#### FOUNDATION GCSE: COMPARE FRACTIONS WHOLE LESSON

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Entire lesson on how to order fractions. Powerpoint takes students through how we use equivalence to compare. Fully differentiated, write on resource goes from comparing two fractions with help, to comparing three fractions with some help to finally ordering 4 fractions where the denominators are very different. Answers not included.

#### GCSE: INEQUALITIES DEFINING REGIONS

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Complete lesson on listing the inequalities that define a shaded region on a graph. Fully animated Powerpoint showing students how to name the line, decide whether to use strict inequalities. Fully differentiated resource goes from multi-choice (level 1) to advanced (level 3). Resource contains student notes and plenary evaluation section. No solutions given.

#### 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.

#### WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION DECIMAL BY DECIMAL MULTIPLICATION

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Complete lesson to show foundation students how to calculate 0.2 x 0.05 mentally. The powerpoint shows the method of counting decimal places in the questions and then making sure that the answer contains the same number of dp. The fully differentiated write-on resource goes from 1 to 4 star and students can select their own level. Answers not included

#### FOUNDATION GCSE REVISION OF ANGLES

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The lesson is a fully differentiated write on resource that reviews classifying angles, measuring angles, angle calculations (point, line, triangle, parallel). The other 3 documents are multi-choice revision which can be used as homeworks. Great for students working at grades 1/2/3

#### 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.

#### A2 MATHEMATICS: INTRODUCTION TO IMPLICIT DIFFERENTIATION

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Complete lesson that introduces students to the art of finding the derivative of a function defined implicitly. The powerpoint explains the difference between explict and implicit functions and then shows students how, by applying the chain rule, we can differentiate any expression. The lesson sheet that accompanies it is fully differentiated, contains an exam question and a challenge question. The answers are included.

#### 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

#### WHOLE LESSON: DECIMAL PLACE VALUE

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An entire lesson that shows students the value of the digits in a decimal number. There is a differentiated starter where students have to recall simple doubles. The powerpoint then shows students which label we attach to which digit. It goes into an extension of converting decimals to fractions if so interested. The fully differentiated resource contains 3 bonus worksheets which can all be printed off and written on by the students

#### FOUNDATION GCSE REVISION OF EQUATION SOLVING: WHOLE LESSON

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An entire lessons devoted to re-visiting the various equations a lower ability foundation student (or younger student) will have to tackle. This goes from one step (x + a = b) through to classic two step (ax + b = c), through brackets (a(bx+c)=d) and finally letters on both sides (ax+b=cx+d). The equations are nearly all positive integer solutions and so can be solved without a calculator. The resource can be written on and is full differentiated from 1 star (lots of support and little variation in the style) to 3 star (simply the equation). I have included another document which is a little more watered down. The powerpoint takes students through how to solve equations by inverse operations. Note there are no answers to the task

#### DIFFERENTIATED REVISION GRIDS: FOUNDATION GCSE TOPICS

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Three differentiated grids for quick fire revision created to help students review the content of our first module of study in school. Ideal for preparation for end of module examinations or homeworks. Each grid contains 20 questions based on number skills, ratio, proportion, simple algebra manipulation, angle theory, perimeter. There is an easy version (1 star) and a harder version (2 star) and students can select (or be guided) to the side that they wish to attempt. All in all 120 questions…but no answers (you have to work them out yourselves!).

#### DECISION MATHEMATICS A LEVEL: DIJKSTRA

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Full lesson on Dijkstra's algorithm for finding the shortest path in a network. Fully animated powerpoint takes students slowly through the process of labelling the nodes and selecting which nodes will form part of the solution. The lesson resource is fully write-on and will only need printing (answers are included). There is another resource which covers more basic practice questions (with answers given).

#### 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.

#### WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROPORTION BEST BUYS

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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