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I am a firm believer that 75% of behaviour issues in a classroom can be controlled through the resources given to students. I have worked with a lot of low ability classes where constructive work is essential. The scheme of work can be tough for pupils to access and I have had to really think about prior knowledge and breaking work down into manageable pieces. My aim is to make worksheets that cater for all, enable students to keep busy and progress from section to section.

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I am a firm believer that 75% of behaviour issues in a classroom can be controlled through the resources given to students. I have worked with a lot of low ability classes where constructive work is essential. The scheme of work can be tough for pupils to access and I have had to really think about prior knowledge and breaking work down into manageable pieces. My aim is to make worksheets that cater for all, enable students to keep busy and progress from section to section.
Drawing and Interpreting line graphs
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Drawing and Interpreting line graphs

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A student friendly resource for drawing and interpreting line graphs which progresses. There are 6 available typical questions to plot and interpret. There is enough here for a lesson. This is suitable for KS3 and KS4.
Interpreting line graphs
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Interpreting line graphs

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Interpreting line graphs can be a tricky skill for students when the scale isn't straight forward. I have firstly focused the lesson on reading scales and working out divisions (what it's increasing by). The second half is to apply this skill to interpret and access the sorts of questions they will come across. Both worksheets are student friendly and are aimed at KS3 and KS4 The flipchart contains a starter, explanations and worksheet answers. Please see my other lesson on plotting and interpreting line graphs.
Sorting data into frequency tables, drawing bar charts and finding averages
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Sorting data into frequency tables, drawing bar charts and finding averages

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10 questions to keep your students busy. Students are to sort data into frequency tables, then draw a bar chart from the table. They are then to use the bar chart to find the mode and the range. These worksheets progress from ungrouped data to grouped data. The tables use tally charts to keep track of sorting. Excellent resource to use with any class.
Measuring bearings lesson
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Measuring bearings lesson

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Excellent worksheet for measuring bearings. Included is a PowerPoint and activInspire flipchart. Suitable for KS4. Contains a starter, explanations and all answers are included.
Plotting linear equations
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Plotting linear equations

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Differentiated worksheet First page - Plotting equations (positive), i.e y = 3x + 2 Second page - Plotting equations (negatives), i.e y = -2x + 1 Third page - Plotting equations (fractions), i.e. y = -1/2x + 3 I have also attached some past GCSE questions
Direct proportion lesson GCSE including graphs
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Direct proportion lesson GCSE including graphs

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Teaching direct proportion can be confusing for students. I have carefully thought about the introduction to this and have broken it down into manageable chunks. The lesson leads up to the complex questions (i.e. x is directly proportional to y). The new GCSE (1-9) requires students to draw the proportions on graphs and use them. I have added 6 questions on this. Answers and solutions are available for all work set. Includes detailed step by step explanations, my students really benefited from this. PowerPoint presentation and ActivInspire flipchart available.
Averages from frequency tables ungrouped and grouped data
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Averages from frequency tables ungrouped and grouped data

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Here is a few lessons with many resources for constructing frequency tables. The slides show how we can construct a frequency table from paragraphs. The starter gets the students working straight away and progresses from ungrouped to grouped data. I have attached some more worksheets that you students can do with you whilst your going through the problems on the board. I have done all the hard work for you. Many, many questions and click button answers at the ready. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4 Starter Main worksheet A Main worksheet B Go through resources ActivInspire flipchart Lesson plan - Teep new format
Surface area of a Cylinder
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Surface area of a Cylinder

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A constructive worksheet for calculating the surface area of a cylinder. This can be used as a handout that students do whilst your explaining the steps. What do you think? Please leave feedback.
Dividing fractions lesson observation
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Dividing fractions lesson observation

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Here is a very constructive differentiated student resource that contains visual representations for how we divide fractions. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 Starter - Prior knowledge for multiplying fractions and converting mixed fractions to top heavy Assessment opportunities to measure the progress at the start of the lesson to the end. ActivInspire slides demonstrating the visual representations, explanations and answers (fractional parts can be visually moved to show one fitting into another) Paired activity - they get the chance to work on questions that contain dividing fractions with pictures. It offers a great opportunity for coming up with their own rule, they come so close working in pairs but sharing with the class, they figure it out which is what you and your observer wants, not you telling them the rule. Differentiated worksheet task - Suitable for all learners. Contains mixed fractions division and written questions higher ability as well as basic questions for weaker students. The Plenary is used to measure the progress from the start of the lesson - mini white board. This activity is also done at the start to show your observer what the students have learnt from the lesson. A descriptive lesson plan explaining everything you need to do. I have used this several times and hasn't disappointed me.
Construction angles and perpendicular bisectors lesson observation
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Construction angles and perpendicular bisectors lesson observation

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Here is a constructive lesson on constructing angles (60 degrees, 45 degrees, 30 degrees, 15 degrees) and perpendicular bisectors (of a line, at a point on a line, from a point to a line). For the second part of the lesson, I created videos for the students to watch which demonstrates the constructions (It can be a lot to listen too and this works well). I have taught this several times and once during an observation and it was a good solid lesson. Here you have to chance to assess learning outcomes with an assessment sheet and its fully differentiated. The worksheet is structured with steps and gives students questions to attempt.
Venn diagrams New Spec GCSE
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Venn diagrams New Spec GCSE

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Venn diagrams is new on the 1 - 9 GCSE spec this year and I have thought about a good solid constructive lesson that will win students understanding with this. Firstly, I have based each question around two visual events (i.e. even numbers and prime numbers). The idea here is that students say which numbers are which and then place them into the Venn diagram. Then they are asked to calculate one probability question from it, they will struggle with this but that's where you step in to make sense of them with the example ready at the board. See the cover image as an example, I have made up 8 questions, each with a different probability. The lesson is an ActivInspire flipchart, explanations and answers. Students can work from a friendly worksheet. I have put in a suitable starter (listing multiple, factors, primes, cube numbers etc). I have also included in this lesson blank diagrams with the probabilities they need to be able to shade (answers included).
Rearranging Formula equations
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Rearranging Formula equations

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I have started with simple calculations by making numbers the subject first and then progressing onto letters. There is a good 3 to 4 lessons here which I believe covers everything to do with rearranging (including factorising expressions). Please see the preview, this will show you what the slides will look like for the tasks the pupils will be doing. This is fully loaded with examples for you, tasks for the students and of course, answers for everything! Please note that this is an activ-inspire flipchart, you will require Promethean boards in your school to allow this to work. There are no worksheets because everything is on this flipchart, 50 slides!
Reading scales and interpreting distance time graphs (Upper ability)
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Reading scales and interpreting distance time graphs (Upper ability)

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Section A - Worksheet 1 is all about reading scales found on typical graphs where the scale isn't increasing by 1. Here we have 14 questions with structure to help your students get this part right. Section B - Here are 6 questions for interpreting from a distance time graph. Before students start the question, they have to work out what each division is worth for both Distance and Time for the question (what it's increasing by each time). This is structure to help them access the common distance time graph questions found on exams. For each question are a set of good quality questions. Powerpoint with starter and all answers to both worksheets. Very suitable for higher ability classes.
Compound Area
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Compound Area

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Here are two very structured worksheets on compound area. The first worksheet is for only rectangles. The first section focuses on finding the area of plain rectangles. The second section puts two rectangles together and students are to fill in the missing lengths. The third section, students are to split up the rectangles themselves. The second worksheet is for rectangles and triangles with the same structure as the first worksheet. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 This resource will help any ability student. Attached is the answers. Please leave feedback :)
Fractions to Percentages Lesson Observation
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Fractions to Percentages Lesson Observation

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Everything you need for a lesson observation lesson is here. You won't be disappointed. Lesson plan Starter and extension Assessment card sort activity (differentiated) Further assessment Worksheet activity Plenary All this is attached including the ppt. I taught this to a mixed ability class and every student achieved for my set learning outcomes. This resource is aimed at all KS3 and KS4 students.
Area of a parallelogram
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Area of a parallelogram

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Starter - Prior knowledge The first part of the lesson focus’s on the rule for a parallelogram and calculating its area. The second part of the lesson includes algebra to find missing lengths. The plenary is a typical GCSE question. Please leave me your thoughts and comments as I can make improvements. I have used activ-inspire flipchart for the lesson but managed to screen shot all the slides onto powerpoint. Enjoy.