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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

Lesson recapping gradient and y-axis intercept from y=mx + c. Structured examples on why and how some equations need to be rearranged to find the gradient and intercept.

9-1 GCSE lesson covering square, cube, triangular numbers, Fibonacci sequence and connections between them. Includes 10 investigative questions on square and cube numbers [answers included].

9-1GCSE lesson. Starter 10 Multiple Choice questions on converting numbers between powers of 10. Worked examples on adding & subtracting with numbers in Standard Form. Differentiated worksheet with 20 questions. Plenary of exam style questions. All answers included.

9-1 Lesson applying trigonometry to right triangles. Starter reviews trig functions. Questions using trig in rectangles, isosceles triangles, angles of elevation & depression, problem solving. Worked examples, questions - full answers provided.

9-1 GCSE Higher lesson covering using repeated % changes to calculate growth & decay.

GCSE 9-1 Higher lesson: Recaps y=mx+c and looks at finding parallel lines, rearranging equations into y=mx+c, fining equations of parallel lines through a fixed point.

9-1 GCSE Lesson: Starter: 10 questions Multiple Choice on Writing Numbers in Standard Form. Explanations & worked examples multiplying and dividing numbers in Standard Form including adjustments when product/quotient isn't between 1 & 10. Differentiated worksheet of 20 questions, All answers included.

Randomly generated questions covering areas of FDP.

Five lessons covering Gradients & Intercepts, Equations of Parallel Lines, Equations of Perpendicular Lines, Solving Simultaneous Equations graphically and a Preview/Review lesson covering the topic objectives, prior learning and exam-style questions.

Explains the rules for an answer to a suitable degree of accuracy, looks at the possibility of different answers when measurements are described using decimal places vs significant figures. Plenary looks t underestimating vs overestimating.

Review lesson on Pythagoras Theorem followed by contextual questions eg distance between two points, lengths of diagonals in quadrilaterals, distances from journeys described using bearings. 2 Starters on calculating square roots and estimating square roots. Answers provided for all questions.

An excel spreadsheet which allows you to create and run a football competition based on the World Cup. Excellent for numeracy or form activities.

5 lessons covering Proportions, Percentage Change, Reversing a Percentage Change, Growth & Decay and a Unit Preview/Review lesson covering the objectives, prior learning and exam-style questions.

Lesson examining the use of bar models, finding change in terms of %s and using % multipliers to calculate individual % changes.

Find the gradient & intercept of a straight line. Write the equation of a straight line. Rearrange equations into the form y = mx + c.

9-1 GCSE lesson. Explains perpendicular thorough diagrams and then through algebra. Includes questions examining the gradient of perpendicular lines and questions finding perpendicular lines through a specific point.

GCSE lesson introducing the ideas of measurement error, upper and lower bounds and using inequalities to describe these bounds. Worked examples of each concept, questions and answers provided. Question slides easily printed as worksheets.

GCSE content. Lesson includes approximation, multiple choice questions on appropriate estimations. Differentiated questions on estimation. Estimating square roots to 1dp. All answers provided.

9-1 GCSE lesson. Starter reviews standard form and sizes of numbers. Definitions of repeated multiplication and increasing multiplication and of factorials. Worked examples calculating with factorials. Differentiated worksheet on Factorials. Plenary explores 0! and 52!.

One question a day across December, aimed at GCSE Foundation pupils. Ideal for starters, revision or homework.