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I design interactive PowerPpoint maths games and maths lessons using animations

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I design interactive PowerPpoint maths games and maths lessons using animations

#### Velocity Time Graph

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Complete lesson Velocity Time Graph. Excellent animation to bring life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This presentation will boost your confidence and enthusiasm in maths.

#### LCM and HCF

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Highest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple

#### Linear graphs. PowerPoint. Plenary. Algebra KS4.

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Lesson on how to draw the graphs of linear function. It has great quiz plenary who wants to be a millionaire. Involves understanding of key words.

#### Cumulative Frequency and Box Plot

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Carefully animated lesson on how to draw Cumulative Frequency Curve how to draw box plot from Cumulative Frequency Curve how to compare Cumulative Frequency Curves This presentation is very useful for visual learners.

#### Probability Tree Diagram (Replacement)

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Carefully Animated lesson on Probability Tree Diagram (Replacement) Excellent animation to bring life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This presentation will boost your confidence and enthusiasm in maths. Very useful for audio visual learners.

#### Reciprocal Graphs

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Carefully Animated lesson on how to draw Reciprocal Graphs Excellent animation to bring life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This presentation will boost your confidence and enthusiasm in maths.

#### Year 8 higher Steps Assessment - New Curriculum

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Consolidate and deepen the knowledge of your students from year 8 with these varieties of questions, touching on all the strands in the new curriculum. Useful for end of term or end of year assessment. AO1: Recall and use knowledge of the prescribed content. Questions that test students’ memory of the content they learned in class. AO2: Select and apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts. Questions that present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct Maths. AO3: Interpret and analyse problems and generate strategies to solve them. Questions that present a problem and leave the student to solve it.

#### Key stage 3 New Curriculum style assessment

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Expose your Key stage 3 students to different stands of questioning - recalling questions, thinking skills questions and problem solving questions.

#### Step by step animation on how to rotate shape ( Transformation)

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For GCSE students for better understand of Transformation (Rotation) of shapes

#### Similar Shapes

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Similar shapes. Finding missing sides of similar shapes Finding area and volume of similar shapes

#### Bearing - Lesson 1

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Carefully Animated lesson on how to measure and calculate bearings to show relative positions of points. Excellent animation, bringing life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This lesson will boost the confidence and enthusiasm of students in maths.

#### Functional skill on Space, Shape and Measure

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Area and perimeter and their application

#### Volume of Cones and Pyramids

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In this presentation, you will be able to: -know the formula for calculating volume of pyramids and cones -extend their knowledge to calculate volume of frustum -solve exam style questions

#### Linear Sequences

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You will know the features of a linear sequence; generate the nth term; list few terms and know the application of sequence in real life.

#### Cubic Graphs

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Carefully Animated lesson on how to draw and sketch cubic graphs. Excellent animation to bring life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This presentation will boost your confidence and enthusiasm in maths.

#### Exponential Graphs

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Carefully Animated lesson on how to draw Exponential Graphs. It also covers calculations involving exponential functions. Excellent animation to bring life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This presentation will boost your confidence and enthusiasm in maths.

#### How to rotate and describe rotation according to given angles, directions and centre of rotation.

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Carefully Animated lesson on how to rotate and describe rotation according to given angles, directions and centre of rotation. Excellent animation to bring life in delivering maths concepts, accessible to all. This presentation will boost your confidence and enthusiasm in maths. Very useful for audio visual learners.

#### Box Plot From Raw Data

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Carefully animated lesson on how to draw box plot from raw data how to compare box plot and make valid conclusions This presentation is very useful for visual learners.

#### Year 7 Foundation Assessment - New Curriculum

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Start preparing your less able students from year 7 with these varieties of questions, touching on all the strands in the new curriculum. Useful for end of term or end of year assessment. AO1: Recall and use knowledge of the prescribed content. Questions that test students’ memory of the content they learned in class. AO2: Select and apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts. Questions that present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct Maths. AO3: Interpret and analyse problems and generate strategies to solve them. Questions that present a problem and leave the student to solve it.

#### Bearings

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Millionnaire game on calculating bearings