# plan4maths

plan4maths specialises in creating high quality, professionally produced resources for teachers and learners of maths. The resources are produced by a fully-qualified and experienced teacher of GCSE, FSMQ and A-level mathematics.

plan4maths specialises in creating high quality, professionally produced resources for teachers and learners of maths. The resources are produced by a fully-qualified and experienced teacher of GCSE, FSMQ and A-level mathematics.

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plan4maths specialises in creating high quality, professionally produced resources for teachers and learners of maths. The resources are produced by a fully-qualified and experienced teacher of GCSE, FSMQ and A-level mathematics.

Calculating angles 1 - Angles around a point, angles on a straight line and vertically opposite angles
The first in a series of four, Calculating angles 1 is offered as a free download.
A single pdf file consists of the following:
The info sheet presents the content in a clear, easy-to-follow style. It includes explanation, illustration and exemplification of concepts, methods and techniques. The sheet can be used by a teacher to inform lesson planning and by learners wanting clear revision notes (particularly if lessons have been missed due to absence).
The practice sheet contains carefully constructed and sequenced questions. Much thought has been given to the way in which specific skills are developed as the questions progress.
The answer sheet is provided for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

Calculating angles 2 - Angles in a triangle (incl. isosceles) and angles in a quadrilateral
A single pdf file consists of the following:
The info sheet presents the content in a clear, easy-to-follow style. It includes explanation, illustration and exemplification of concepts, methods and techniques. The sheet can be used by a teacher to inform lesson planning and by learners wanting clear revision notes (particularly if lessons have been missed due to absence).
The practice sheet contains carefully constructed and sequenced questions. Much thought has been given to the way in which specific skills are developed as the questions progress.
The answer sheet is provided for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

Forming and solving linear equations 2 - Linear equations with multiple operations
The second in a series of worksheets designed to give students a solid grounding in solving linear equations. Multiple operations require an understanding of the order of operations and two methods are put forward: the reverse function machine and an extension of the balance method. There is no mention of 'magic bridges' here, the aim is to build strong foundations for future study.
The info sheet sets out the content in detail. It is not anticipated that students will be given this sheet (although these could make useful revision notes for higher ability students or students who have missed lessons).
The practice questions are divided into five sections, gradually progressing from simple equations to those which involve negative numbers, decimals and two different fraction forms.
An answer sheet is included for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

Calculating angles 3 - Angles with parallel lines
A single pdf file consists of the following:
The info sheet presents the content in a clear, easy-to-follow style. It includes explanation, illustration and exemplification of concepts, methods and techniques. The sheet can be used by a teacher to inform lesson planning and by learners wanting clear revision notes (particularly if lessons have been missed due to absence).
The practice sheet contains carefully constructed and sequenced questions. Much thought has been given to the way in which specific skills are developed as the questions progress.
The answer sheet is provided for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

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This complete set of sheets consists of the following:
Calculating angles 1 - Angles around a point, angles on a straight line and vertically opposite angles
Calculating angles 2 - Angles in a triangle (incl. isosceles) and angles in a quadrilateral
Calculating angles 3 - Angles with parallel lines
Calculating angles 4 - Angles with polygons
Each info sheet presents the content in a clear, easy-to-follow style. It includes explanation, illustration and exemplification of concepts, methods and techniques. The sheet can be used by a teacher to inform lesson planning and by learners wanting clear revision notes (particularly if lessons have been missed due to absence).
The practice sheets contain carefully constructed and sequenced questions. Much thought has been given to the way in which specific skills are developed as the questions progress.
The answer sheets are provided for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

Calculating angles 4 - Angles with polygons (interior and exterior angles)
A single pdf file consists of the following:
The info sheet presents the content in a clear, easy-to-follow style. It includes explanation, illustration and exemplification of concepts, methods and techniques. The sheet can be used by a teacher to inform lesson planning and by learners wanting clear revision notes (particularly if lessons have been missed due to absence).
The practice sheet contains carefully constructed and sequenced questions. Much thought has been given to the way in which specific skills are developed as the questions progress.
The answer sheet is provided for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

Forming and solving linear equations 1 - Linear equations with a single operation
The first in a series of worksheets designed to give students a solid grounding in solving linear equations. By focusing on a single operation, the order of operations does not get in the way and students are free to develop a broad range of fundamental skills which they will need later on.
The info sheet sets out the content in detail. It is as clear and concise as I could make it but there is still a lot of information on one page. It is not anticipated that students will be given this sheet (although these could make useful revision notes for higher ability students or students who have missed lessons).
The practice questions are divided into five sections, gradually progressing from simple equations to those which involve negative numbers, a negative unknown, the unknown as a denominator and fraction terms written in different forms.
An answer sheet is included for convenience or self-assessment.
Feedback is always welcome! Thank you.

This is a FREE online resource for students and teachers
www.plan4maths.co.uk
Detailed step-by-step explanations enable students to learn at their own pace.
Hundreds of practice questions with fully worked solutions develop skills, allowing students to self-assess and learn from their mistakes.
The focus on specific skills allows teachers to flip the classroom and use contact time to address individual difficulties and develop more general application and problem-solving ability.