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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

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.

Trigonometry

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A resource that took me 5 lessons to go through. So there’s a unit here. (Adding in a few little worksheets I found online for some extra questions) Introduces sin and cos separately, using similar triangles. Then moves onto trig tables, so students aren’t just pressing a ‘magic’ button on their calculator. Then a little exercise choosing between them. Then tan. Then choosing sin/cos/tan. Then angles. Lots here. Lots of questions, lots of examples. No challenging or problem solving questions. This was meant as an introduction.

Sharing in a ratio

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Covers sharing in two parts and three parts. Lots of questions. Printable pages at the end.

Simple and compound interest

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Covers simple interest, compound interest, appreciation and depreciation. 3 exercises and a few big questions. Example problem pairs for everything.

Angles in triangles

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Lots of practice. A problem solving task that’s worth printing off and spending a good while on. A nice (if I do say so myself) activity on identifying which angles in an isosceles triangle are equal. Could do with a little algebra task to extend this. NOTE : I update my PowerPoints all the time, but don’t always get around to reuploading them. The latest version of this PowerPoint can always be found at this link.

Calculating Bearings

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Using angles in parallel lines rules with bearings. Includes exam questions.

Sample space diagrams

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Goes from listing outcomes (there’s a good maths4everyone resource for further practice on this) to using sample space diagrams.

Solving Linear Inequalities

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Covers simple solving, negatives and solving with unknowns on both sides. Lots of whiteboard work.

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.

Set notation basics

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No union or intersection. Just the language of using ‘subset’ and ‘is an elelment of’ and the signs.

Label the hypotenuse

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Really simple little worksheet. Label the hypotenuse on 6 rotated triangles. Uploaded because I could find anything similar

Christmaths 2020 Christmas Maths Quiz

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Loads of maths content here in this christmas quiz

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Quadrilaterals/kites/exterior angles. Need to add something on algebra when I come to update. NOTE: Everything is a work in progress. The latest version of this file can always be found at this link.

Index Notation

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Writing and using index notation Massively based off Jo Morgan’s superb work going in depth on indices. http://www.resourceaholic.com/p/topics-in-depth.html

Areas of circles

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Areas of circles lesson. Includes Example problem pairs Lots of activities Links to some mini whiteboard random questions A learning check. Probably two lessons. Quite in-depth. NOTE : Version management on TES sucks. Sometimes I update my PowerPoints to resolve errors or make them better. I keep the latest, updated version of the PowerPoint here.

Conversion graphs

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Needs a lot of printing (due to the nature of the topic) NOTE : I update stuff often, chopping and changing or correcting errors or general improvements. The latest version of this PowerPoint can always be found here.

Area and volume scale factor

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As always I often update my slides, but don’t always have the time to update TES. The latest version of this lesson can always be found at this link.

Vectors in column notation

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Very simple introduction to writing vectors in column notation, along with adding and multiplying them. Three example problem pairs, three matching exercises of questions, some mini whiteboard work and a plenary.

ChristMATHS 2022 Christmas Maths Quiz

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My annual Christmaths maths quiz is back for 2022. Includes a Shakin Stevens video. Why not. 5 rounds linking maths and Christmas. Should take you about an hour.

Simultaneous Equations - One linear One Quadratic

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Full lesson Example problem pairs Questions Exam questions Learning check When I come to update this, I need to add more questions where substitution is required. NOTE : I update my PowerPoints a lot, but don’t always reupload them to TES. They’re a work in progress. The latest version of this PowerPoint can always be found here.