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

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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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.
Relating ratio and linear functions
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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.
Maths murder mystery
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Maths murder mystery

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Murder mystery resource, ideal for remote learning, includes clues and suspect list. Answers now also included. Designed for upper KS3 or KS4 as a retrieval activity. Clues include working with numbers in standard form, factorising quadratic expressions, fractions, decimals and percentages and general geometry questions.
Simplifying using algebra tiles
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Simplifying using algebra tiles

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Mastery-style worksheet aimed at simplifying expressions using algebra tiles. Ideal to introduce students to using algebra tiles. Questions are intelligently varied, getting progressively more difficult and include a ‘challenge’ section where answers are then substituted into more complex questions. Images of algebra tiles are shown so no need to have the physical manipulatives to hand. Designed for upper KS2 and KS3 with little knowledge of algebra.
Exterior angles of polygons
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Exterior angles of polygons

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Powerpoint introducing exterior angles of polygons and the formula that links the exterior angle to the number of sides of the polygon. Includes some exam questions but main set of questions taken from AQA so not included. Designed for KS4 class, to be taught following interior angles of polygons.
Congruence full lesson
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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.
Percentages in real life context
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Percentages in real life context

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Complete lesson including powerpoint and worksheet about using percentages in a real life context, including mortgages, depreciation of goods and both simple and compound interest. Lesson is designed to be taught following a lesson on using single decimal multiplier for percentage increase and decrease and this is recapped at the beginning of this lesson. Taught to high ability Year 8 but could also be appropriate for KS4.
Simplifying and dividing into ratio
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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.
Division involving remainders
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Division involving remainders

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Full mastery-style lesson covering division involving remainders (as decimals and fractions) which includes intelligently varied questions and challenges throughout. Designed to be used following a lesson on short division. Suitable for Key Stage 2 or 3, possibly even for lower ability KS4.
Sequences missing  terms mastery lesson
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Sequences missing terms mastery lesson

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Full mastery lesson about finding missing terms in linear sequences. Focuses on using the constant difference of linear sequences to find one missing term and leads on to finding two consecutive missing terms in a sequence. Includes intelligently varied worksheet which gets progressively more difficult to stretch all students. Powerpoint includes many challenge questions to stretch most able and hints to support less able learners, making it accessible for most abilities across late KS2 and early KS3. Includes ‘quiz, quiz, trade’ activity to review all sequences work as this was taught as the last lesson in a topic.
mastery-style enlargements SF lesson
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mastery-style enlargements SF lesson

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Presentation with several questions included to calculate scale factor and how to identify whether shapes have been enlarged or not. Questions built into presentation are increasingly more difficult with challenge questions to promote deeper thinking throughout. Designed for middle ability year 7 class.
Translations of shapes
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Translations of shapes

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Powerpoint for introducing translations of shapes.The powerpoint includes teacher explanation of describing translations, including some challenge questions for more able students. Also covers vector notation for translations and includes multi-choice diagnostic-style questions. Powerpoint goes on to drawing translations. I do not own worksheets so not included. Designed for KS3 but also appropriate for KS4, to be taught as part of the transformations topic.
Nonlinear sequences mastery lesson
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Nonlinear sequences mastery lesson

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Full mastery lesson on recognising and continuing non-linear sequences. Recaps the difference between linear and nonlinear sequences and then covers geometric and ‘special’ nonlinear sequences, including square numbers and Fibonacci sequence. Includes intelligently varied worksheet and many challenge questions throughout lesson to stretch most able. Lesson is accessible for late KS2 and early KS3 classes. Plenary is quiz activity to engage students.
Solving linear equations graphically
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Solving linear equations graphically

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Complete lesson including examples, independent questions and answers. Builds on previous lessons that include substituting values into a table to produce a linear equation graphically. Includes step-by-step guidance about how to solve linear equations graphically. Designed for use with KS3 but could be suitable for some KS4.
Solving linear equations unknown both sides
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Solving linear equations unknown both sides

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Complete mastery-style lesson including visual representations and intelligently varied question set. Lesson covers solving linear equations with variable on both sides. Designed for KS3 but also useful for some KS4 classes. Promotes understanding of the process of solving linear equations.
Maths murder mystery
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Maths murder mystery

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Murder-mystery resource with 4 clues and suspect list included. Answers now also included. This resource is easy to use for remote learning as everything is included in one word document. Clues involve solving simple linear equations, finding missing terms of sequences, answering questions about number of sides of shapes and prime and square numbers and using a co-ordinates grid. Designed to be used as a retrieval task and is suitable for all key stage 3, depending on ability.
Expanding single brackets
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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.