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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

All you need to teach solving equations with a 50% saving.
3 Lessons, each with a starter, main tasks, problem solving tasks and timed learning checks. No printing required. Just pick up and go.
Lessons are: solving one step equations, solving two step equations, solving equations with brackets.

By richardtock

- 4 Resource Bundle
- $13.08

All you need to teach the topic of decimals.
Addition & Subtraction | Multiplication | Division | Recurring Decimals (including algebraically).
Includes everything you need for four lessons without needing to print a thing.
Lots of different and varied activities. Problem solving activities included for each one.

By richardtock

- 4 Resource Bundle
- $13.08

Everything you need for the unit of standard form.
Three lessons consisting of converting two and from, adding and subtracting and multiplying and dividing.
All the lessons are on the PowerPoints, as are all tasks and explanations. You don't need to do any printing or mess about with different files, you can just pick up the PPT and go.

By richardtock

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $13.08

Learning Objective:
To be able to factorise into a single bracket
PowerPoint has lots of examples (I'm trying to pack as many possible examples in as possible after listening to the Mr Barton Maths podcast and a chat on there).
I've tried to link this subject more aggressively with proof, as these 'prove x is am multiple of y' questions are something my students struggle with. I thought it was best to introduce the idea earlier.
The problem solving question at the end is particularly challenging, I leave it at the end not because it should be done at the end of the lesson, but so it can be an optional extra.
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter (Note: the starter contains examples of numerical expansion. This helps students see what is going on algebraically later).
An explanation
Three tasks.
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (0)
- $6.54

Everything you need to teach sequences with no printing required. Activities and explanations for:
Finding the missing term of a sequence
Finding the nth term of sequence
Finding a term to term rule for a sequence
Generating sequences
Quadratic Sequences

By richardtock

- 5 Resource Bundle
- $13.08

Learning Objective:
To be able to multiply across a single bracket
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter (Note: the starter contains examples of numerical expansion. This helps students see what is going on algebraically later).
An explanation
Two tasks.
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (0)
- $6.54

Learning Objective:
To find the nth term of a given quadratic sequence
To generate a quadratic sequence from it's nth term
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
Detailed explanations
Three tasks
2 Learning checks
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

Learning Objective:
To be able to write an expression
To describe an expression in words
To differentiate between an identity, formula, equation and expression.
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Three tasks.
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (0)
- $6.54

Learning objective: To be able to generate a sequence from a arithmetic nth term rule
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Three tasks.
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

Objective: To substitute positive and negative numbers into expressions.
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
Detailed explanations
Three tasks
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (0)
- $6.54

Maths quiz for the end of the school year, using a 'year in review' format. Lots of mathematical questions linked to things that happened in the year.
Timed to take 45 minutes for the questions. (Then time for the answers etc)

By richardtock

- (4)
- FREE

Learning Objective:
To find the nth term of a given linear sequence
Covers positive, negative and fractional nth term, all with plenty of practice.
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Three tasks (plus two sections of extra practice).
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

A biggie!
Covers : Finding a rule in words. Finding an algebraic term to term rule, using an algebraic term to term rule and the difference between a geometric and arithmetic progression. Enough for one lesson on basic stuff and one lesson of the higher stuff. Lots of enrichment for strong pupils but enough in there for a foundation lesson.
Note: As far as I’m aware, the GCSE HIGHER spec calls for use of these formulas, not for students to derive them . (example: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-DP1ZoAPX2Cw/VbiElj5ZY6I/AAAAAAAAGAI/DBH81DeurGw/s1600/ocr.PNG)
However, I think introducing the notation is possibly the best way to teach the use of it. Feel free to skip these parts if you think they’re not appropriate for your pupils. I leave them here as additional enrichment.
Includes
All explanation
4 Activities
A problem solving question
2 learning checks
EVERYTHING you need to teach this topic in one PowerPoint.
ADDITIONAL NOTE : Do not download the clip art. You only need the single Powerpoint file. Clipart generates a nice preview so you can see what's included before you buy.

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

ProjectALesson intended to be the first lesson in a series on sequences. I find a lot of people miss out this lesson as they consider it too basic. I've tried to use it to include as much language, key words and problem solving as possible. The PowerPoint has everything you need to teach the lesson
-Explanations
-Key words and language
-FOUR tasks (one find the next term, one find the missing terms, one categorisation task labelling sequences as linear or non linear and one finding the next term of a non linear sequence) .
-A learning check
-A problem solving question
As usual don't download the clip-art, it's there so you can see a nice preview on TES and know what you're buying.
Reviews appreciated :-)

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

Changelog: 2 new sections. Changed some answers to address more misconceptions.
Completely redone version of maths pointless.
The countdown is now much, much quicker (as requested).
New questions will also be coming in an update over the following weeks.
Play over numerous rounds and keep score on the board.
All credit to Paul Collins.

By richardtock

- (36)
- FREE

Learning Objective:
To be able to calculate compound interest
To be able to calculate simple interest
To be able to calculate compound decay/depreciation
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Two tasks.
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (2)
- $6.54

Objectives:
To be able to find a number as a percentage of another
To be able to find a percentage change
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Three tasks. One traditional/worded, one 'diffuse the bomb', one finding percentages from online shopping reductions
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

Learning Objective:
To be able to find a percentage of an amount without a calculator
To be able to find a percentage of an amount using a multiplier
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Two tasks.
A learning check
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!
**Don't download the clipart. It's there to make a nice preview show up.**

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

A massive 5 lesson bundle!
Lessons on
Squares and Cubes and Roots
Factors Multiples and Primes
Product of Primes
Highest Common Factor (HCF)
Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)
All you need to teach excellent lessons in this topic with questions, problem solving and learning checks.

By richardtock

- 5 Resource Bundle
- $13.08

Everything you need for the unit of standard form.
Three lessons consisting of converting two and from, adding and subtracting and multiplying and dividing.
All the lessons are on the PowerPoints, as are all tasks and explanations. You don't need to do any printing or mess about with different files, you can just pick up the PPT and go.

By richardtock

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $13.08

Objectives:
Recognise a prime number.
Find a the factors and multiples of a number
A little introduction to things like perfect and abundant numbers.
You don't need to download the 'clipart' files. They're just there so a nice preview shows up.
Everything you need for a lesson.
A starter
An explanation
Tasks with a little bit of a twist.
A problem solving activity.
This PowerPoint contains literally everything you need to teach this lesson with no printing required.
Pick it up and go!

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

Solving Equations.
Unknowns on both sides.
Eveything you need to teach a lesson.
Starter
Explanations
Main tasks.
Problem solving task.

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

Everything you need for a lesson.
Solving one step (5 + x =7) and two step (2x+8=18) equations.
Fully animated PowerPoint with explanations, two tasks, a starter, full answers and a problem solving task.

By richardtock

- (1)
- $6.54

TES

*/Note/* This powerpoint is designed as a spine to a lesson, not a complete one. It is deliberately designed to omit explanations (this is your job!) and exciting resources. It is designed to give you something to work from.

By richardtock

- (9)
- FREE