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Maths resources. Working on Project-A-Lesson. A full lesson in a PowerPoint. For busy teachers who still want outstanding engaging tasks and learning checks

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Maths resources. Working on Project-A-Lesson. A full lesson in a PowerPoint. For busy teachers who still want outstanding engaging tasks and learning checks

#### Collecting Like Terms

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ppt on collecting like terms. Includes: Discussion on what a like term is Some basic questions Questions about algebraic perimeter Questions on algebra pyramids A problem solving task involving an algebraic magic square Two learning checks.

#### Forming (writing) Expressions

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Big focus on correct language, including a little task that asks students to say if something is an expression, a formula, an equation or an identity. Lots of practice, worded questions etc. Recommend mini-whiteboards for this (and all) lessons. NOTE: I change my PowerPoints often, but don’t always get around to uploading the latest version here. The latest version of this file can always be found at this link.

#### Factorising Linear Expressions

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Loads of stuff here. Example problem pairs, exercises and other stuff. There’s also a ‘vary and twist’ worksheet here. Trying to use variation theory to draw out a bit of understanding. NOTE: My PowerPoints are updates often, but not always reuploaded to TES. The latest version of this PowerPoint can always be found here.

#### Simplifying algebraic fractions

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Tried to go through from simplifying right through to factorising to simplify. Lots of example/problem pairs Lots of work including some whiteboard work. A learning check. At least two lessons here. NOTE : I make lots of changes to my PowerPoints each time I reteach them, but reuploading them is a hassle. The latest version will always be here.

#### The Sine Rule

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Two lessons at least here. Simple sine rule questions and more difficult ‘using the sine rule’ as well as the ambiguous case. Includes a worksheet, some whoteboard work, an exam question, some example problem pairs, a section on doing some timed questions.

#### Experimental Probability

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Full lessons. Covers a few discussion points, and goes through how to find experimental probabilities from tables. You should probably print off the questions as they go over two pages.

#### Areas of compound shapes (with circles)

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Full lesson Prior knowledge check quite a few questions with nice diagrams learning check NOTE: TES is a bit rubbish for versioning. I often update my PowerPoints to add corrections or tweek the content etc. The latest version of this resource can always be found here

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Worksheet. Interpreting/Representing data. A selection of misleading/confusing graphs culled from newspapers and online. Useful to talk about the difference between misleading and confusing/wrong.

#### Multiplying Algebraic Fractions

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I’ve kept this as a separate lesson from dividing. I think it’s worth taking the time. Prior knowledge check Example problem pairs Learning check When I come to update this, I will add a section on multiplying then factorising. It wasn’t quite appropriate for the class I designed this lesson for. NOTE : I update my lessons a lot. To correct errors or make them better. I don’t always reupload them here. You can find the latest version of my PowerPoint here.

#### Changing the subject of a formula or equation

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Massive resource. 3/4 lessons. Covers 1-step, 2-step, factorising, multiplying then factorising. All with learning checks and activities. 37 slides. NOTE : I update my slides a lot, but don’t always update them on TES. You can always find the latest version of this PowerPoint here.

#### Substitution

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LOADS of stuff here. Easily enough for two lessons. Whiteboard work/Worded Questions/A spider diagram fill in thing/Links to nth term/Negative number stuff/Problem solving (ish)/Learning check. NOTE : I update my PowerPoints all the time, but don’t always update them here. The latest version of this PowerPoint can always be found at this link.

#### Single event probabilities

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Full lesson. Maybe a bit simple, but I’ve tried to really drill into the basics and avoid too much ‘What is the chance of getting a 3,2 or 4 when drawing from a shuffled deck’. I will do a lesson on picking multiples after.

#### Pythagoras

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What is the hypotenuse? Finding the hypotenuse Finding the shorter side Mixed Questions I taught this over two lessons. There’s no fun questions here at all. This is all practice, practice, practice. I want my students to get the skills down before applying them.