# BloodworthMaths

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A collection of some of my own and adapted Maths resources that I've have been using throughout my career.

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A collection of some of my own and adapted Maths resources that I've have been using throughout my career.

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#### Compound Measures 4 Lesson Bundle

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Full bundle of 4 compound measures lessons, all using a common method. Includes: Density Pressure Speed, Distance, Time Rates of Pay

#### GCSE Statistics: Arithmetic Geometric Mean

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FULL LESSON Do now I do, We do, You do True or False Differentiated activity with solutions Exit task

#### GCSE Statistics Scheme of Work & Learning Journey UNRESOURCED

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This is an UNRESOURCED scheme of work for GCSE Statistics. Can be used for AQA or Edexcel specifications. There is also a simple learning journey included. Includes both a PDF and an editable word document. Unresourced due to me using resources from multiple places. Pages and chapters in the scheme refer to this book.

#### Introducing y=mx+c - FULL LESSON

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Finding ‘m’ and ‘c’. This should only be used as an introduction lesson for the first time students see y = mx + c Full lesson slides include: Do Now Key Vocabulary I do, We do, You do Spot the Mistake Exit Task Also included is a differentiated worksheet with full solutions. Please let me know if there are any mistakes!

#### Pressure - Compound Measures

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Continuing with the compound measures topic, we look at pressure using the compound measures triangle.

#### Rates of Pay - Compound Measures

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Continuing with our compound measures topic, we look at rates of pay.

#### GCSE Statistics: Types of Data

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Lesson slides that cover the 10 types of data needed for the GCSE Statistics Specification. Please note that this only contains a slides. Though I do recommend page 9 in this book as an activity to accompany the lesson.

#### GCSE Statistics: Binomial Distribution

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Slides to cover: Pascal’s Triangle How it relates to the binomial distrubution How to calculate binomial distributions Spot the mistake Exit Task There are questions and explanations included in the slides but no activity as of yet. Will be coming.

#### GCSE Statistics Bundle

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Starting to collect my stats resources together. Currently contains a scheme of work, learning journey and 3 lessons. Will add as time goes on. (Only need to purchase once).

#### How many triangles? - Starter

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Quick starter for KS3 maths lessons.

#### Speed Distance Time - Compound Measures

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Introduction to speed distance time with a visual use of the “compound measures” triangle.

#### Density - Compound Measures

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Continuing with our compound measures topic, we look at Density. Using the compound measures triangle.

#### Percentage Increase and Decrease (with and without a calculator)

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Shows a suitable way of presenting solutions to percentage increase and decrease questions. Covers working with and without a calculator.

#### Only Connect Maths Vocabulary Walls

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Only Connect maths walls based on the TV Quiz. 7 walls of varying difficulty from KS3 maths to KS4 statistics. The goal is to sort each wall of 16 words into 4 groups of 4 and name the common link between them. Included in this resource are now 6 walls with solutions in the form of a PowerPoint file and image files. Please let me know if there are any mistakes. I will add more walls to this page as as when I make them so one purchase will allow you to download any future walls I make. Good luck! Last added to: 25/02/24

#### Significant Points - Quadratics Cheat Sheet

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Intercepts, roots, turning points.

#### Scatter Graphs (Plotting, interpreting and types of estimation)

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You will need to plot the example points yourself. DO NOT ERASE POINTS as you will need them for later slide.

#### GCSE Statistics OnlyConnect Walls

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2 OnlyConnect wall for GCSE statistics lessons, with solutions. Create 4 groups of 4 and name what links each category. Watch out for any terms that could appear in more than one group! Will update with more as I make them (only need to buy once)

#### Pascal's Triangle & Sierpinski's Triangle

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End of term activity suitable for any year group. You will cover: Pascal’s triangle How it is formed The hidden sequences and patterns How to form Sierpinski’s Triangle Do Now: 4 Fours Challenge Introduce and discover the fractal of Sierpinski’s triangle. You will need the blank printouts of Sierpinski’s triangle and a dice/spinner for each pair of students. Exit Task: Compare each triangle