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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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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.

#### 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.

#### 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 :)

#### 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.

#### 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.

#### Reading scales and Interpreting distance time graphs (Medium ability)

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Student friendly worksheets Section A - 14 questions to get your students reading scales before attempting distance time graphs Section B - consists of 6 questions for interpreting distance time graphs. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4

#### 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.

#### 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.

#### Plotting and solving quadratic graphs (3 lessons)

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Friendly and constructive worksheets Lesson 1 - Starter plotting co-ordinates. Main - Plotting quadratics GIVEN x and y values from a table, this gets students use to just recognising the shapes of quadratics. ActivInspire flipchart included with explanations and answers. Lesson 2 - Plotting quadratics where students need to find the y values given the x values from a table. ActivInspire flipchart included with explanations and answers. Lesson 3 - Plotting quadratics by finding x values from a table and solving given y values. I focused on x^2 equations to help students access quadratics. These lessons will set you up nicely for quadratics in the form x^2 + bx + c

#### 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.

#### 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

#### Simplifying expressions with perimeter lesson observation

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Contains a starter, active inspire flipchart, 3 x worksheets which are also differentiated by outcomes. Assessments at different points in the lesson and a plenary. I used this for both KS3 and KS4, very suitable for a lesson observation.

#### Polygons interior sum lesson observation

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Constructive lesson observation, friendly explanations, worksheets and lesson plan. As the students work through the polygons finding the number of triangles, they will clearly be able to identify and spot the pattern for subtracting 2. Starter - Prior knowledge and keywords (word search) Main worksheet 1 - finding sides, triangles and angle sum Main worksheet 2a - Puzzle for matching 'written polygons' with triangles and angle sum (Get your form to cut them out for the last 3 minutes) Main worksheet 2b - Extension tasks - finding missing angles, finding regular interior angles, working backwards and expressions. ppt/activinspire - constructive solid lesson with learning outcomes, explanations and answers The lesson consists of 3 assessment opportunities (beginning, middle and end/plenary to measure progress from the start)

#### Venn Diagrams lesson observation

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Here is a lesson I put together for a lesson observation and received lots of credit. There are two options of starters (I personally would pick the T-shirt starter). The lesson is differentiated to ensure all learners progress. The lesson is suitable for both KS3 and KS4. Starter Starter 2 optional Main worksheet differentiated Extra challenge questions Flipchart with suitable examples, assess and show progression Detailed lesson plan

#### Similarity and Congruency (Enlargement)

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Everything you need for a lesson observation is here. This is a very constructive lesson that you will not be disappointed with. This is an active inspire flipchart with worksheets. Starter - Basic Scale Factor for enlargement of squares, rectangles and triangles with answers provided. Discussion 1 - The starter links for discussing what similarity is from the shapes they enlarged. Students are shown two shapes and are asked if they are similar and why. This being that the lengths have been multiplied by the same number (SF) meaning they are similar. Identifying similarity, congruency and none is discussed here. Activity 1 - Pair activity identifying similarity, congruency and none + answers Discussion 2 - Identifying Scale factor from two shapes given they are similar. Working out SF and finding missing lengths. Challenging similar triangle shapes included for discussion. Activity 2 - Differentiated worksheet task covering all of the above. - Calculating SF - Finding missing lengths using SF - Finding missing lengths for complex triangle similar shapes Answers included Plenary - Provides a link to the real world or to test them against the GCSE question at the start to demonstrate good progress

#### Place value lessons (3)

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Here are 3 lessons on place value. The worksheets are differentiated and student friendly. They follow on from each other. I have taught this several times and students have responded well to it.

#### 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.