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Differentiated and fun lessons are my style. If you want different levels of challenge for your students and to make maths more enjoyable, you have come to the right place.

Differentiated and fun lessons are my style. If you want different levels of challenge for your students and to make maths more enjoyable, you have come to the right place.

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Differentiated and fun lessons are my style. If you want different levels of challenge for your students and to make maths more enjoyable, you have come to the right place.

This lesson would be great to introduce the probability scale or for lower ability students. There is a probability scale match up. The students have to cut up the match up with the probability scale, read the sentences and put them where they would be regarding the probability scale. There are also GCSE question for student to complete.

This resource is made for students doing the new GCSE foundation spec. There are three levels of challenge with each level of challenge having a worded question to complete also. The answers are provided too. A really good revision tool to help students practice different skills and learn where each section will be around in their exams.

Differentiated by 3 levels of challenge. Great starter activities for students to complete. There are things from adding number to surface area of shapes to solving equations.

Differentiated lesson for a low ability class looking at angles on a straight line and in a triangle. The smart board goes through how to answer the questions and gives some for students to complete on their mini whiteboards. Differentiated worksheet for students to complete with answers. The plenary activity is a 'singing' plenary, where students are presented with a question to complete on their mini whiteboards and then it will play part of glee if students get it correct.

Differentiated intro lesson to multiplying algebraic terms. There are questions to complete on mini whiteboards, three levels of challenge for students to complete. There is also a 'singing plenary'. This is where students complete the question on their mini whiteboards and part of mamma mia plays if the students get the correct answer.

Differentiated lesson looking at compound area and area of circles. The lesson goes through how to find compound area and leads onto area of circles. From here there is a differentiated worksheet that students can complete looking at these elements. There is also a challenge section which looks at more complex area.

Differentiated lesson on finding the nth term and generating sequences. There are questions for students to complete on their mini whiteboards and then 3 levels of questions. There is also a 'singing plenary' where students complete the question on their mini whiteboards and then play part of simpsons.

This is a differentiated lesson looking at factorising and expanding brackets. The essential is to be able to expand brackets, the excel is factorising and the challenge is to be able to factorise and expand. There is a GCSE booklet that is broken down into these three levels for students to complete. The booklet can be printed into 3 sections, or printed as a booklet or printed without the answers. The answers can be stuck around the room, or with the booklet.

Differentiated lesson on two way tables and calculating probabilities of certain events but also including making a two way table. There are GCSE questions for students to complete as well as questions to complete on mini whiteboards. There is also a plenary activity looking at the three levels of challenge within the lesson. I usually get students to do this in silence to get them to check their learning in the lesson. This can then be peer assessed or self assessed as the answers are on the next slide.

Differentiated lesson on different percentage problems. The lesson starts on finding simple percentages and the move onto finding increase percentages of amounts and then compound interest. There are GCSE questions for the students to complete as well as green questions.

Here are differentiated GCSE questions colour coded for students to complete. These can be printed and placed into plastic wallets and students complete using their mini whiteboards. They can also be given as a booklet for students to complete. Another way is to put students into groups and then get the students to complete the questions together. This can be differentiated by which students you pick. There is also a plenary activity which can be used at the end of the lesson to assess students. I usually make students do this in silence and by themselves to reflect on the learning that they have done today. The answers are also provided.

Differentiated lesson looking at finding the nth term and the challenge finding terms in a sequence. There are questions for students to complete on their mini whiteboards and also a 3 level differentiated worksheet for the student to complete. This can then be peer assessed as the answers are on the next slide. The plenary is a singing plenary that students complete on their mini whiteboards and then part of the simpsons plays for students.

Differentiated lesson looking at the basics of solving. The lesson starts with one step equations building up to two step equations and then solving with brackets. There is a differentiated worksheet that is coloured into green, orange and red on the three levels of challenge. Then there is a 'singing plenary' that students complete on their mini whiteboards to say which answer they think. If they get it correct that oart of glee will play for them.

Differentiated lesson on solving equations. There are three levels of challenge to this lesson; green is two set equations, orange is letters on both sides and red is with brackets. The lesson goes through this with the students and there are activities to be completed on their mini whiteboards and then there is a differentiated worksheet for students to complete. This can be self assessed or peer assessed as answers are provided. There is also a 'singing plenary' for students to reflect on their learning. This is to be done on mini whiteboards and then students write their answer and if they are correct, part of glee will play.

Differentiated lesson looking at solving equations building up to GCSE worded questions. There is a lesson that goes through how to solve equations and then a GCSE booklet for students to complete. There is also a worksheet for students if they are struggling which has solving two step, letters on both sides and brackets. To finish with, there is a signing plenary which students complete on their mini whiteboards. If they answer with the correct answer, part of grease will play for them.

Lesson starting with finding averages from a list of numbers, moving to finding mean from a table to the challenge of finding estimated mean. Presentation goes through this with students then there is a differentiated worksheet for students to complete. There is a plenary activity that I usually do in silence for the students to reflect on what they have learnt in this lesson. There are three sections looking at each of the 3 different elements of the lesson. Then get them to check their answers through peer assessment.

Differentiated lesson looking at the basics of indices (green, simplify powers, orange with brackets, red numbers in front of the x) and then there are also GCSE questions for students to complete. The GCSE questions can be printed as a booklet or questions and then give the answers. At the end of the lesson there is a 'singing plenary' which is high school musical. Students are to use mini whiteboards to answer which they think is correct. If they get it right, a song will play.

Differentiated lesson looking at multiplying and dividing by powers of 10. There are sections that students can do on their mini whiteboards and then a differentiated worksheet that students complete. The green section is multiplying by 10, 100, 1000, orange is dividing by 10, 100, 1000 and then the red section is multiply/divide by 0.1, 0.01, 0.001. There is also a 'singing plenary' for the end of the lesson. Here, students answer the question on their mini whiteboards and if they get it correct, part of grease will play.

Differentiated lesson looking at the basics of simplifying algebra. There is a powerpoint to go through with the students and then a differentiated match up activity. This works really well if the easy questions are printed on green, the middle on orange, the hardest on red and blue for the answers. The students then can match up the answers knowing whether they are correct or not. There is also a singing plenary. The students use their mini whiteboards to answer the question and then if they are correct, part of family guy will play.