A worksheet which covers all of ratio up to GCSE level Simplifying, Writing in ratio notation, Dividing/ sharing in ratio, Ratio and fractions,
A lesson all ready to go. The objective for pupils is to use their knowledge of equivalent fractions to develop an understanding of the links between percentages and decimals. Stater activity checks understanding of comparing two fractions through equivalent fractions. The first main part of the lesson uses knowledge of equivalent fractions to convert fractions to decimals and percentages by converting to an equivalent fraction out of 100. Pupils then learn to convert fractions to decimals and percentages through using short division, introducing recurring decimals. Pupils then practice applying their new knowledge to ordering a mixture of fractions, decimals and percentages. And finally pupils review their learning through Fractions decimals and percentages BINGO. Feedback Appreciated
Two worksheets on forming and solving algebraic equations. Worksheet 1 - forming equations from shape properties. Section A - Angle facts Section B- Perimeter Section C- Shape properties. Worksheet 2 - forming equations from worded All equations formed are linear equations ( 2 step, 3 step and variables on both sides) Used for both KS3 and KS4 Answers are provided
A lesson on developing pupils fluency and reasoning of interpreting decimals. Suitable for KS2 and KS3. Powerpoint is complete with starting activity and animated examples on comparing two decimals by understanding the place value. This then progresses onto animated examples of ordering decimals. Worksheet allows practice of comparing and ordering decimals as well as the development of reasoning and problem solving. Answers are included on the Powerpoint. Please give feedback so that I can improve the resource and future resources. Happy teaching :)
A worksheet which covers calculating missing probabilities in the form of decimals, percentages and fractions with a couple of application. Has been used with KS3 and KS4 Please feel free to give feedback
A progressive inequalities worksheet that covers: . Listing values to satisfy an inequality . Representing inequalities on number lines . Solving inequalities with unknown on one side (including negatives) . Solving inequalities with unknown on both sides . Double ended inequalities . Representing a scenario with an inequality and solving Feedback appreciated
Lesson on geomery notation aimed for KS3 Covers notion for Equal sides, Parallel lines, Perpendicular lines and Angle notation Credit for worksheet goes to dandraper90 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/introduction-to-formal-notation-11514103 Feedback is appreciated and I will edit resources with any recommendations. :)
A revision mat on calculating Area, Volume, and surface area of shapes. I have used as part of a DIRT lesson along with the other mats I have uploaded where pupils select the revision mat that they need to work on. Could also be used as homework. Feedback appreciate.
A worksheet on drawing and reading Pictograms. The resources that I found for this topic were fairly basic with not much depth. I designed this worksheet to add more of a problem solving aspect where students have to piece together different pieces of information. The answers are provided in the PowerPoint. Feedback is much appreciated. Happy teaching :)
Two lessons on converting between Fractions and decimals. Lesson 1 - Converting decimals to fractions using knowledge of place value and simplifying fractions. Includes BINGO as a plenary. Lesson 2 - Converting fractions to decimals firstly through the use of equivalent fractions and then using short division methods. This is then summarised by getting the students to compare the two methods and to explain when each method should be used.
A revision mat Transformations (including describing) I have used as part of a DIRT lesson along with the other mats I have uploaded where pupils select the revision mat that they need to work on. Could also be used as homework. Feedback appreciate
A revision mat on plotting linear graphs and finding the equation of a line (including parallel to axis) I have used as part of a DIRT lesson along with the other mats I have uploaded where pupils select the revision mat that they need to work on. Could also be used as homework. Feedback appreciated
A complete 10 lesson series on basic algebra skills (Over 100 slides !). Lesson has been used for GCSE foundation students as well as introducing k pupils to algebra. All lessons start with a review section which recaps key skills, followed by carefully selected examples to be modeled by the teacher. Practice sections are differentiated into support, core and challenge with answers provided for all lessons. Worksheets are also included. Lesson 1: Operations with negative numbers Lesson 2: Collecting like terms Lesson 3: Constructing and using Formulae Lesson 4: Substituting into formulae Lesson 5: Solving simple equations (one-step) Lesson 6: Solving two-step equations Lesson 7: Solving equations with unknowns on both sides Lesson 8: Substitution (again) Lesson 9: Forming and solving equations Lesson 10: Changing the subject Feedback is appreciated :)
2 complete lessons on written division methods. 1st lesson is on dividing by integers . Single digits . Carrying beyond the decimal point . Dividing by double digits 2nd lesson is on dividing by decimals through developing understanding of multiplying both parts by powers of 10 Both lessons develop fluency and problem solving Answers are provided Lessons have been designed for KS3 but could be used for KS2 and GCSE Feedback is appreciated
A revision mat on similar shapes I have used as part of a DIRT lesson along with the other mats I have uploaded where pupils select the revision mat that they need to work on. Could also be used as homework. Feedback appreciate
A lesson on adding and subtracting negative numbers complete with an animated PowerPoint a a carefully designed differentiated worksheet. The PowerPoint consists of a mixed review starter and then introduces the concept of adding and subtracting negative through the temperature in the classroom. e.g. Adding cold air will make the room feel colder (so more negative). The PowerPoint also includes additional questions at select points to check students understanding before moving onto independent practice (Worksheet).