How I did it;
1. Had 'document 2' on their desks as the learners walked in as a connect/ starter (1 per team)
2. Ask for learners feedback from their sheets, and them get the learners to come up with a speed distance time formula.
3. Get them onto the task
I did not get anywhere near as far into the task as I wanted to and its easily 2 of not 3 lessons.
speed, distance, time, circumference, applied maths, science, physics, space, planets, formulae
Graphing inequalities quadratic extension with answer.
Just something I threw together for my top set as an extension.
The answer is drawn in parts as you click through.
Exam style question for towards the back of the paper.
Question is completely made up and not linked to an exam question from a specific board that I know of.
A lesson I have put together on binomial expansion. Clear layout and animation. Goes through at a slow pace which clear assessment opportunities.
I have also put together an answer booklet to the binomial expansion booklet on the website at the top of the booklet.
Once bought feel free to adapt to suit your learners or the calculator you use.
This is an adaptable, easy to use plan for practical, investigative, engaging maths that develops real mathematical thinking and understanding for children. It's the fifth of a set of 18 planning blocks for the new maths curriculum that will cover the year, and shows the first few days of the plan. Block 5 focuses on number and place value, and addition and subtraction and gives many ideas for activities that can be adult led or independent and, being mainly open-ended, cater for a wide range of abilities.
I have made these for a connect/hook/starter activity for my foundation GCSE class.
They are the first 5 questions of the GCSE papers that they are titled with.
The files are powerpoint files that are set to a4 ready to print out.
You will need the MarkerFelt font to get the title how I have them but you can change them to another if you wish (maybe comic sans or something fun)