Median and quartiles from a histogram. Three examples and then a worksheet. I used with a GCSE and Core Maths class.
A worksheet for pupils to practice trickier substitutions.
Aimed a high ability students. Includes plotting linear graphs, using y=mx+c, finding midpoints, parallel and perpendicular lines.
A series of lessons on solving simultaneous quadratic equations. There is reference to linear equations to help pupils grasp the methods. When they came across solving a quadratic when the coefficent of x^2 was greater than 1 we used the formula as the class were not secure in other methods yet. The worksheet is to finish with.
A series of activities that build up slowly. Towards the end there is a section on using substitution and problems in context. The answers are on (under a white box) or after each slide with the exception of the few slides where pupils try a questions before the main activity. I will go through this question with them.
The first part involves substituting in numbers the second part is expressions including quadratics.
Working in terms of pi. The first section is just applying the correct formula and simplifying. The second section involves solving/rearranging formula.
The first lesson is all about lines of symmetry. The second part is about order of rotations. You will need tracing paper.
Suggestion - start by letting pupils have a go at the first question before mentioning a two way table.