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Plotting co-ordinates

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Suitable for KS3 and low ability KS4. Identifying then plotting coordinates in the first to all four quadrants.

Scatter Graphs

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A worksheet that involves students identifying the type of correlation, plotting a scatter graph and using a line of best fit. Can be used for extension work or homework for level 6 - 7.

Solving equations with unknowns on both sides

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Intro starter on solving equations with unknowns on one side. Step by step method of solving. Can be used with KS3 and KS4 (adapt to suit). I got my weaker students to copy down the step by step method. Alot of them like to have the Steps in the book as a basic guide. Obviously examples with negative and fractions need to be explained but method is still useful. Enjoy.

Interior and Exterior angles in regular polygons

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Whole lesson finding interior and exterior angles in regular polygons. Used with low ability GCSE.

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Pupils read the descriptors and identify the quadrilaterals. Should be used after they have learnt quadrilaeral properties. Can also be used for low level GCSE

Maths KS3: Calculating Probabilities worksheet

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Describing and Calculating Probabilities Level 5 Basic worksheet

Percentage problems

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Finding the percentage after an increase or decrease. Used after increase/decrease with a multiplier. Differentiated worksheet also. Used with middle ability year 7 can be used with KS4. Some slides have question and the space to show method.

Negative numbers

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Used with middle ability year 7. Adding and subtracting positive and negative integers. Problem solving at the end. Differentiated questions

Factorising Single brackets

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Used with a bottom set year 9 for new 1 - 9 GCSE. Factorising into single brackets. Step by step. Easy explanation. Slides can be used as worksheets. Easy to follow.

Similar shapes

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Used for a middle ability GCSE year 9 group. Identifying linear scale factor. Using this to find the link between linear and area scale factor. Last 3 slides used as worksheets. Slide with rectangles can be changed and numbers removed from enlarged rectangles for further differentiation. Simple but effective

Angles in parallel lines

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Lesson on finding angles in parallel lines. Students learn, interior, corresponding and alternate angles. Whiteboard tasks to identify and angles relationship. Worksheet. Used with middle ability year 7.

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Lesson on factorising quadratic equations. recap expanding Identify sum and product pairs Apply to factorising Good for middle and higher GCSE

Drawing linear graphs

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Whole lesson on plotting linear graphs. Starter - identify points in all four quadrants Identify x = n and y = n graphs Plotting y = mx + c graphs using a table of values Worksheet included Good for middle ability KS3 or low KS4

Level 5 - 7 Probablilty questions

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Differentiated worksheet on probability. Can start pupils on different sheets dependent on ability. 3 sheets - Real life problems to makei t more engaging. Level 7 involves using equivalent fractions to find probabiilties. level 5 need to know about cards in a pack!!

Parallel lines

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Pupils to use worksheet to show and label angles in parallel lines. Corresponding, interior and alternate. Can stick in book.

Angles Properties

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Match task - Angles in Quads, Polygons, Parallel lines eg, corresponding, interior etc. Matching a picture to a fact/propertie description. Can be used for GCSE or KS3