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I'm a secondary maths teacher with particular interest in mastery-style teaching, including visual representation and variation in questioning.

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I'm a secondary maths teacher with particular interest in mastery-style teaching, including visual representation and variation in questioning.

#### Function machines to solve equations

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Full lesson including differentiated questions built into powerpoint. Intended to be used following lessons on algebraic notation so students understand which operation is being ‘done’ to the variable. Suitable for KS3 and lower ability KS4.

#### Converting fractions to decimals

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Full lesson including worksheet. Aimed at middle ability year 7.

#### Congruence full lesson

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Full lesson on congruence. Includes activity where students decide congruent or not and give a reason and goes on to explain the rules of congruence with questions to test student understanding at each stage. Aimed at KS4.

#### Angles in polygons whole lesson

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Full lesson and worksheet included. Intended to be taught following angles in triangles and quadrilaterals. Aimed at high ability year 7 or year 8 but also suitable for GCSE.

#### Comparing with different denominators

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Full lesson with worksheet and answers included. Intended to be taught after comparing fractions with same numerators or denoninators. Aimed at middle ability year 7 but may also be appropriate for KS2.

#### Intro to fractions/ equivalent fractions

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Full lesson but worksheets not included (not owned by me). Begins with KS2 level, moving through to equivalent fractions. Mastery style lesson.

#### Comparing fractions by num or denom

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Full lesson and mastery- style worksheet (including answers). Intended to be used after introducing and simplifying fractions. Uses bar modelling to show how fractions can be compared. Aimed at middle ability year 7 but also appropriate for KS2.

#### Converting fractions to percentages

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Full lesson and mastery-style worksheet (answers included). Intended to be taught following converting fractions to decimals. Aimed at middle ability year 7 but also appropriate for KS2.

#### Collecting like terms full lesson

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Full lesson on collecting like terms and simplifying algebraic expressions and mastery-style worksheet. Intended to be taught following a lesson on algebraic notation. Suitable for KS3 and lower ability KS4.

#### Solving linear equations full lesson

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Full lesson and mastery-style questions worksheet. Lesson includes bar model and the ‘just’ numbers method for solving linear equations. Suitable for KS3 and lower ability KS4.

#### Simplifying and dividing into ratio

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Full lesson and mastery-style worksheet with answers included.Powerpoint includes bar modelling to represent simplifying and dividing into a ratio. Intended to be taught as an introduction to the ratio and proportion topic for KS3.

#### Relating ratio and linear functions

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Full lesson on relating ratio to linear functions with worksheet and self/ peer assessment grids included. Brought in for the new AQA GCSE spec, it includes a model solution to a past AQA exam question but resource is also suitable for high ability year 9. Uses bar modelling to teach for understanding. Linked to sketching graph of linear functions for added challenge.

#### Simplifying fractions full lesson

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Full lesson and worksheet (including answers). Aimed at middle ability year 7.

#### Expanding with multiple sets of brackets

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Full lesson based on expanding several sets of single brackets and simplifying answer. Mastery-style questions on worksheet with answers included. Aimed at KS3, from middle/high ability year 7 to lower ability year 9.

#### Expanding single brackets

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Full lesson including questions built in. More mastery-style questions provided as extension worksheet (including answers). Intended to be used following collecting like terms and simplifying algebraic expressions. Suitable for KS3 and lower ability KS4.

#### Full lesson factorising expressions

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Full lesson with mastery-style questions included in powerpoint. Intended to be used following expanding brackets in the scheme of work. Suitable for KS3 and KS4.