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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

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This presentation aims to teach students the strategies needed for problem solving questions.

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This bundle includes step by step approach to sketching trigonometric graphs, using graphs to solve inequalities and rules of transforming graphs

In this presentation, you will be able to:
-understand the derivation of volume of cuboid formula
-calculate missing length of a cuboid given the volume and two dimensions
-convert volume measure from one unit to the other
-understand that volume can also be attributed to amount of liquid/capacity of a container or bottle
-solve exam style questions

Use this game to engage your students while exposing them to different Circle Theorems problems.
Suggested answers already provided.

Use this game to engage your students while exposing them to different Circle Theorems problems.
Suggested answers already provided.

Years 7 and 8 assessment on Graphs, Transformation, Angles, Sequences and Averages
Step Assessment for years 7 and 8 on selected topics.

Use these Resources to prepare your students to develop their Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving skills in 3D Pythagoras.
Fluency questions will test students’ memory of recalling conceptual facts.
Reasoning questions will present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct maths but will still be in the same context of topic.
Problem Solving questions will present a problem and leave the students to solve it. Generally cross reference topics questions.

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Linear and Quadratic Graphs
Circle Theorems explanations and interactive games

Carefully animated lesson using diagrams to explain completing the square.
This is the introduction using pictorial representation to support algebraic approach to explain the concept of completing the square.

Enthuse your students with these interactive games.
Cover wide range of math concepts in a competitive learning atmosphere.
Very useful for recapping numerous topics from Number work, Algebra, Shapes & Space and Handling Data.

Use these interactive game to engage students in answering thinking skills and problem solving questions.
Rules:
Divide the class into two groups
Click on question mark (?) to reveal a question.
Click on Answer to reveal an answer. Click return button to take you back to the original slide.
Click on the letter to remove a tile once a correct answer is given.
NB: use this answer sheet so you DON’T reveal and answer if it is wrong. This is to give groups the chance to try that question again.
At the end, if no one gets the catchphrase, just click on the smiley face at the bottom to reveal the catchphrase.

Use this Resources to prepare your students to develop their Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving skills in 3D Pythagoras.
AO1 questions will test students’ memory of recalling conceptual facts.
AO2 questions will present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct maths but will still be in the same context of topic.
AO3 questions will present a problem and leave the student to solve it. Generally cross reference topics questions.

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Fold A square to prove pyhagoras Theorem.
Application of Pythagoras in 3D shapes in different context.
How to construct nets of Tetrahedron, Octahedron and Icosahedron

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Lessons on volume of cuboid, cones, prism, frustum, spheres and hemispheres.

In this presentation, you will be able to:
-identify the features of Prisms
-to calculate volume of prisms
-solve exam style questions

This lesson uses step by stem animation to help provide scaffolding guide to solve quadratic equations by completing the square.
It also explains how to find the minimum turning points and sketch quadratic functions.

In this presentation, you will be able to:
-know the formula for calculating volume of spheres and hemisphere
-extend their knowledge to calculate volume of composite solids
solve exam style questions

Tracking/analyses sheet to monitor students' progress through Btec course.