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#### How to construct the net of a Cube

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Construction of square, All Circles are drawn with the same radius, Fold a net into a 3D or Solid, Cube Suitable for End of Term activity, Suitable for G&T (Gifted é Talented) Students.

#### 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.

#### Trigonometric Graphs and Transformation

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Carefully Animated lesson on Trigonometric graphs and how to transform trigonometric and other graphs. 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.

#### Introduction to Probability

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Carefully Animated lesson Introduction to Probability and Probability Scale. 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.

#### Integers in real life

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presentation on negative and positive numbers in real life.

#### Fraction - Functional skills

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Application of fractions in real life Functional skills Multiple choice questions on fractions

#### Activities on Tangram to help stimulate the creative minds of students

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- Tangram puzzles - Tangram letters - Tangram numbers Creative activity for students

#### Linear Graph

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Step by step approach to drawing linear graphs

#### Using sketches to identify values that satisfy given inequality

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Algebra, Inequality, sketching of graphs, sloving quasratics by factorising, identifying roots of functions.

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Step by Step Approach to Drawing Quadratic Graphs - Quadratic graph worksheets - Interactive games on factorising quadratics

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

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Develop the confidence of your less able 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.

#### Decimals in real life (functional skills)

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Application of decimals in real life Functional skills Multiple choice questions on decimals

#### Game on Sequence to help consolidate lessons or can be use as Assessment for learning

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_ Linear sequence

#### Step By Step animation using rules to transform graphs

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- Applying tranformation to graphs, - Using completing the square to sketch graphs

#### Step by step approach to creating magic square

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Special animation to teach students how to create: - any odd number magic square, 3 by 3, 5 by 5 etc - even number magic square - special 4 by 4 magic square in a minute

#### Pythagoraean Theorem - Folding a square to prove Pythagorean Theorem

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Pythagorean Theorem -Folding of Squares

#### Understanding Trig Functions and their dynamics

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-Understanding Trig Functions and their dynamics - How to Transform Trig functions -Understanding the features of Trig functions

#### Angles ( blockbuster games)

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Angles facts: - angles around a point -angles on a straight line - basic circle theorem, -angles in triangles and quadrilaterals

#### Year 7 higher assessments - New Curriculum

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Start preparing your students from year 7 with these variety 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.