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Lessons and Diferentiated Resources to reduce the planning mountain

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Lessons and Diferentiated Resources to reduce the planning mountain

Two different sets of questions using the same keycode.
Worksheets prepared with and without keycode to allow for use in classroom or for homework.
Includes;
a) PPT with keycode and all answers
b) Worksheets with
Tasks and keycode
Just tasks to use with PPT keycode

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Mini lessons covering each theorem individually. Worked examples and 6 questions on each. All answers included.

Choose teams and compete against each other based on the real game results

9-1 GCSE lesson.
Starter reviews averages from a set of data.
Explanation of what Cumulative Frequency is, how to find it and how to plot it.
How to find the Median, Lower Quartile and Upper Quartile from a CF graph.
How to find the inter-Quartile Range from this information.
Worksheet version of questions slide.
Al answers included.

Two different sets of questions using the same keycode.
Worksheets prepared with and without keycode to allow for use in classroom or for homework.
Includes;
a) PPT with keycode and all answers
b) Worksheets with
Tasks and keycode
Just tasks to use with PPT keycode

GCSE Higher Lesson.
Understand a proportional relationship and how it appears.
Solve problems involving combining ratios and subsequently finding shares.
Starter, worked examples, worksheet(different questions, same formats), all answers included

Two different sets of questions using the same keycode.
Worksheets prepared with and without keycode to allow for use in classroom or for homework.
Includes;
a) PPT with keycode and all answers
b) Worksheets with
Tasks and keycode
Just tasks to use with PPT keycode

Whole lesson covering using proportion to change quantities of ingredients for different servings.
Worked examples
Questions
Extension questions.
All answers included

Recognise and use the graph of an inverse proportion relationship.

Lesson exploring how ratios and map scales are related and how to use the scale to find real-life distances from the map or map distances from real-life. Fully worked examples. Differentiated slide to allow all pupils to attempt questions. All answers included.

“If a:b = 3:4 and b:c = 5:6, find the ratio a : b : c”. Lesson examining both algebraic and worded examples of combining ratios. Full explanation of use of LCM and equivalent ratios. Fully worked examples. Questions of both types. All answers included.

Solving bearings-style questions using Sine and Cosine Rules. Starter looks at recognising which rule to use. Worked examples. Question slide and worked answers

9-1 GCSE lesson.
Starter: Converting from terminating decimals into fractions.
Definitions of terminating, recurring and non-repeating decimals.
How to know if a fraction is a terminating or non-terminating decimal [non-calculator] using prime factors.
How to convert from a recurring decimal to a fraction using algebra.
All ideas have worked examples.
Differentiated slide of questions.
All answers included.

Recognise and use the graph of a direct proportion relationship.
Review of straight line graphs. Link with directly proportional graphs and +ve x-axis. Worked examples and questions

Differentiated Codebreaker
Two different sets of questions using the same keycode.
Worksheets prepared with and without keycode to allow for use in classroom or for homework.
Includes;
a) PPT with keycode and all answers
b) Worksheets with
Tasks and keycode
Just tasks to use with PPT keycode

Interpret real life situations and their graphical representations.
Read information from graphs, understanding their scales.
Add information to a graph.
Interpret a graph by its shape.
Identify the functional relationship of variables from the shape of a graph (linear, quadratic etc).

GCSE Higher Lesson.
Understand substitution of a variable into an expression or formula.
Differentiated lesson exploring substituting variables which are integers, negatives and fractions.
Starter, worked examples, questions, worksheet. All answers included.

GCSE Higher Lesson.
Combine two or more functions into a single composite function, using the correct notation.
Starter: Complete mapping diagrams.
Explanation uses input-output machines to explain importance of order. Worked examples, differentiated questions and answers.
Worksheet following lesson design. All answers included.