# Maths Resources

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I am currently a KS5 co-ordinator in a large sixth form. I have over 15 years of teaching experience and have been working as an Edexcel examiner for the past six years.

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I am currently a KS5 co-ordinator in a large sixth form. I have over 15 years of teaching experience and have been working as an Edexcel examiner for the past six years.

#### Medium Scaffold - Equations of straight lines

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A printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines with hints to guide MAP at KS5 or HAP at KS4. It’s been very difficult to find good scaffolded resources at KS5 so I have decided to create my own. The aim of the resource is to provide a little scaffolding by suggesting next steps in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them just hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you the teacher whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. One of the biggest barriers to our pupils’ progress is applying the skills in the correct places. When told what to do, they can do it. This worksheet guides them through and helps them to think in the correct way with the aim that they become more independent in the future. Can also purchase as part of a bundle along with a highly scaffolded version and a version with no scaffolding. Skills involved: Mid point given two co-ordinates, Gradient between two points, Parallel and perpendicular gradients, Intercepts of axis, Finding the area of a triangle bounded by line and both axes.

#### No Scaffold - Equations of Straight Lines

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A printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines without any hints for your HAP at KS5 or KS4 Skills involved: Mid point given two co-ordinates, Gradient between two points, Parallel and perpendicular gradients, Intercepts of axis, Finding the area of a triangle bounded by line and both axes.

#### High Scaffold - Equations of Straight Lines

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A printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines with hints to guide LAP at KS5 or MAP at KS4. It’s been very difficult to find good scaffolded resources at KS5 so I have decided to create my own. The aim of the resource is to provide a high amount of scaffolding without reducing the level of difficulty of the question by suggesting next steps in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them just hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you, the teacher, whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. One of the biggest barriers to our pupils’ progress is applying the skills in the correct places. When told what to do, they can do it. This worksheet guides them through and helps them to think in the correct way with the aim that they become more independent in the future. Can also purchase as part of a bundle along with a highly scaffolded version and a version with no scaffolding. Skills involved: Mid point given two co-ordinates, Gradient between two points, Parallel and perpendicular gradients, Intercepts of axis, Finding the area of a triangle bounded by line and both axes.

#### Scaffolded worksheets - Equations of Straight Lines

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Three printable worksheets involving finding the equations of straight lines. One high scaffold one medium scaffold and one without scaffold are included. Suitable for KS4 and KS5. It’s been very difficult to find good scaffolded resources at KS5 so I have decided to create my own. The aim of this resource is to provide three levels of scaffolding by suggesting next steps, in increasing level of depth, in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them just hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you the teacher whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. The number and detail of hints increases throughout the three worksheets from no scaffold to high scaffold. One of the biggest barriers to our pupils’ progress is applying the skills in the correct places. When told what to do, they can do it. This worksheet guides them through and helps them to think in the correct way with the aim that they become more independent in the future. Skills involved: Mid point given two co-ordinates, Gradient between two points, Parallel and perpendicular gradients, Intercepts of axis, Finding the area of a triangle bounded by line and both axes.

#### Rationalising denominator-High Scaffold

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A printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines with hints to guide LAP at KS5 or MAP at KS4. It’s been very difficult to find good scaffolded resources at KS5 so I have decided to create my own. The aim of the resource is to provide a high amount of scaffolding without reducing the level of difficulty of the question by suggesting next steps in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them rather hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you, the teacher, whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. One of the biggest barriers to our pupils’ progress is applying the skills in the correct places. When told what to do, they can do it. This worksheet guides them through and helps them to think in the correct way with the aim that they become more independent in the future. Can also purchase as part of a bundle along with a highly scaffolded version and a version with no scaffolding. Skills involved: Simplifying surds Expanding brackets Difference of two squares Rationalising the denominator with one surd term in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator and numerator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator being squared,

#### Rationalising denominator Medium Scaffold

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A printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines with hints to guide LAP at KS5 or MAP at KS4. It’s been very difficult to find good scaffolded resources at KS5 so I have decided to create my own. The aim of the resource is to provide a Medium amount of scaffolding without reducing the level of difficulty of the question by suggesting next steps in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them rather hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you, the teacher, whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. One of the biggest barriers to our pupils’ progress is applying the skills in the correct places. When told what to do, they can do it. This worksheet guides them through and helps them to think in the correct way with the aim that they become more independent in the future. Can also purchase as part of a bundle along with a highly scaffolded version and a version with no scaffolding. Skills involved: Simplifying surds Expanding brackets Difference of two squares Rationalising the denominator with one surd term in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator and numerator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator being squared,

#### Rationalising denominator-No scaffold

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A printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines with hints to guide HAP at KS5 or HAP at KS4. This resource is part of a larger set of medium and high scaffold worksheets. You can also purchase as part of a bundle along with a highly scaffolded version and a version with no scaffolding. The aim of the bundle to provide a Medium and High amount of scaffolding without reducing the level of difficulty of the question by suggesting next steps in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them rather hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you, the teacher, whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. Skills involved: Simplifying surds Expanding brackets Difference of two squares Rationalising the denominator with one surd term in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator and numerator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator being squared,

#### Rationalising Denominator - Scaffolded worksheets

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Three printable worksheet involving finding the equations of straight lines with hints to guide LAP at KS5 or MAP at KS4. It’s been very difficult to find good scaffolded resources at KS5 so I have decided to create my own. The aim of the resource is to provide a No scaffolding alongside a Medium and High amount of scaffolding without reducing the level of difficulty of the question by suggesting next steps in the working to guide students through the process who may otherwise become stuck. The question is not answered for them rather hints given to the next steps. That way they can retain independence from you, the teacher, whilst making progress through a question and applying the skills they have to new contexts. One of the biggest barriers to our pupils’ progress is applying the skills in the correct places. When told what to do, they can do it. These worksheets guides them through and helps them to think in the correct way with the aim that they become more independent in the future. Skills involved: Simplifying surds Expanding brackets Difference of two squares Rationalising the denominator with one surd term in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator and numerator, Rationalising the denominator with two terms in the denominator being squared,

#### Solving Equations Keywords definition poster.

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Poster of Keywords associated with solving equations with definitions.