Introduction to solving one step equations, suitable for KS3. Full of examples, discussion tasks and practise questions.
2 lessons introducing solving equations. Beautifully designed to engage students from the start. The lessons contain lots of different animated examples, discussion points, and tasks. The lessons show how to solve equations using the balancing method by completing the inverse operations to find the missing letter.
An introduction to ordering negative numbers. Suitable for year 7, or low ability KS3 classes. Lots of discussion and tasks throughout.
Introduction/recap on multiplying and dividing with negatives. Lots of different tasks for students to try, practising their negative number understanding. Ideal for KS3.
Lesson introducing solving two step equations, fully animated showing the balance method. Full of worked examples, and tasks. Could be used for remote learning.
A well presented fully animated PowerPoint lesson, introducing how to calculate the area of circles. *could be used for remote learning.
This is a sequence of algebra lessons, carefully planned to engage KS3 students. (could be used with foundation KS4 students) Within this sequence of lessons, the lessons are: 1)Writing expressions 2)Simplifying expressions 3) Simplifying expressions with multiplying in 4) Using brackets (expanding) 5) Substitution (basic) 6) Formulae substitution 7) Solving simple equations (one step) 8) Solving equations (two step) 9) Problem solving with equations 10) Solving equations 2 (unknowns on both sides of the equals) 11) Expanding difficult brackets 12) Solving equations with brackets 13) Angles and Equations Each lesson is fully planned and scaffolded, with printable resources and interesting activities. The lessons are fully engaging and differentiated to meet the needs of mixed ability classes, as well as setted groups. Although a set of sequenced lessons, each individual lesson could be used on its own, as a stand alone lesson.