# Simon Murphy's Shop

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Taught for 15+ years. Started within Yorkshire now enjoying the delights of International teaching. Starting to enjoy making resources

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Taught for 15+ years. Started within Yorkshire now enjoying the delights of International teaching. Starting to enjoy making resources

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#### Welcome back to Year 8 Maths quiz

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Ideal for first lesson back, reminds pupils of topics they have covered in a fun activity broken into 4 rounds of 8 questions answers provided after each round hope it helps start the year off well for you please leave feedback

#### Matrices Revision

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Aimed at KS4 and KS5 students (particularly those doing Cambridge IGCSE or Standard Level IB Maths) Interactive revision quiz each slide has 4 possible answers (which are built into the powerpoint) Great for voting systems or even just with a mini whiteboard Answers included. Hope you enjoy, please leave feedback. This is taken from a resource by Tristan Jones. Have amended it to include the answers within the slides

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Covers identifying products and sums, factorising when coefficient of x^2 is 1, when it is more than 1 and difference of 2 squares. Full examples and solutions given to all questions. Useful for KS3 &amp;KS4 credit to both DannytheRef and Pixi Maths whose presentations I have merged to make this. please leave feedback

#### Linear equations unkown both sides treasure hunt

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Linear equations with unknowns on both sides both positive and negative solutions answers supplied and answer sheets Good for revision tasks or as a plenary or starter please leave feedback thank you

#### Finding missing angles in Triangles

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Use knowledge of triangles and algebra to find missing angles. Reasons needed for answers answer sheet provided Good for revision tasks or as a plenary or starter please leave feedback thank you

#### KS3 Christmas relay

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16 question relay task aimed at KS3 pupils based around Christmas. Covers a variety of topics, good as a revision fun lesson for the end of term whilst still having maths in it. easy to adapt answers included hope you enjoy, please leave feedback

#### Algebraic Sequences and series

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Aimed at stronger pupils on GCSE/IGCSE and pupils starting year 12. Probably enough content for 2 lessons. covers arithmetic means, nth terms, recursive and explicit terms Also delves into sum of an arithmetic series (without referring to sigma, I intend to bring that in after geometric series have been done) all answers are provided hope you enjoy , please leave feedback for more of my resources check out the shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/commuter (have amended an error on this and added an extra discussion point)

#### Divide in a ratio treasure hunt 3 terms

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third treasure hunt style activity for dividing in a ratio based on 3 terms in the ratios

#### The Maths treasure hunt pack 1

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16 different treasure hunts including angles in polygons, dividing in ratios, exact trig values, solving equations and others

#### Compound Area Challenge with functional extension

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Compound areas involving rectangles, squares, circles, semi-circles and triangles 2 worksheets one of which has hints one which doesn't extension is a functional task involving the money and drawing a conclusion on whether there is enough money to do all the jobs. Answers given hope it is useful feedback is appreciated

#### Simplifying ratios matching activity 1

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Simplifying ratios for pupils struggling to grasp the idea matching activity answers provided

#### Dividing in a ratio

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Dividing amounts in a ratio matching activity no units of measure involved to slightly increase challenge answers included

#### Function notation composite functions activity

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treasure hunt style activity when given the functions calculate the composite functions asked for

#### Similar Shapes up to and including Area and Volumes

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Whole topic covered on similar shapes Starts with lengths and scale factors moves on to links between scale factors for length area and perimeter. The ppt can be used as either a single lesson or as two lessons as more than enough work in there for it. Several discussion tasks built into the powerpoint Worked examples, definitions worksheets (with full answers) and 2 treasure hunts which can run parallel to avoid having people follow each other as easily. Hope you enjoy please leave feedback if you like the lesson have a look at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/commuter for more

#### Scatter Graphs

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Lesson based around scatter graphs Starter is revision task based on pie charts, give each pupil 2 of the attached worksheet questions (cut it up and hand them out is the easiest option) lesson covers plotting scatter graphs, correlation, predicting what a scatter graph would look like for differing situations, Opportunities for peer assessment, self assessment and group discussions are built into the ppt hope you enjoy, please leave feedback thanks

#### Start of year Maths pack

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mixture of lessons and topics to start the year off in KS3 Maths including ratios, fractions, brackets, angles and straight lines

#### Treasure hunt Highest Common Factor HCF

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Treasure hunt Highest Common Factor HCF given a pair of numbers find the highest common factor

#### KS3 revision relay

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Good for KS3 and foundation KS4 relay activity linking a variety of topics (angles, probability, area, surface area, solving equations, volume and similar shapes amongst them) with overall questions to be answered. Challenging and ideal for group work answers provided some with venn diagrams to show them enjoy please note I have now put the answers in the correct order feedback appreciated

#### Christmas Relay 1

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Aimed at higher KS3 pupils, and C/D children in KS4 a relay activity based around Christmas. covers a variety of topics so great as a revision task whilst being a bit of fun too answers given one thing I tend to do with these relays is give the kids 3 chances on each question, get it right first time get 2 points, if they get it on 2nd go they get a point, if they get it wrong 3 times they lose 2 points. I also get them to pick 2 questions before the start, they only get 1 go on each, if they get it right they get 10 points, if they get it wrong they lose all their points or a variation of this. Builds in a little more competition and stops them rushing to be the first finished. I intend to do another relay aimed at younger pupils Hope you enjoy Please leave feedback

#### Linear simultaneous equations - Elimination method

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First presentation on simultaneous equations covering the elimination method. Includes fully worked examples, thinking activities, paired tasks, discussion activity and practicing the tasks All answers are included. would work well with the simultaneous equations substitution hope you find it useful please leave feedback