The presentation consists of
starting with factors and exploring them
moves in to hcf with white board questions
moves in to multiples and explores them
moves on to lcm with whiteboard questions
finishes with venn diag method to solve both and includes factor tree revision.
Each section refers to the relevant part on the worksheet
Answers in notes for the ppt and separate answer sheet included for worksheet.
Will save you hours of work!
WHEN A FREE RESOURCE DOWNLOADED OF 1,300x with a 4star review.
I found this a great lesson to start the year or term with as the students are usually a bit ‘bubbly’ and welcome the opportunity to move around.
A. Measurement of length
B. Scale and Triangles
C. Number puzzles to make words
D. Algebraic substiution
E. Arithmetic via shopping
G. True or False algebra questions
H. Logic puzzle (Hardest question!)
I. Simplifying fractions
Answer sheet included. Some, but very little equipment needed - String and a ruler!
Had over 2500 downloads when a free resource.
2 FIRST TIME TO TRIG LESSONS. OVER 660 downloads when a free resource. See trig resource for worded questions
Starter, ACE objectives.
All: Be able to name sides and remember the formula.
Challenge: Be able to find the unknown angle of a triangle using cosine, sine or tangent.
Expert: Be able to calculate the missing side given an angle and side.
Show labelling of sides
Whiteboard of 2 qns
Explanation of cosine, sine and tangent.
Ways to remember sohcahtoa
whiteboard of correct ratio. 3 qns
Example quesiton. Explanation of calc use.
whiteboard of 2 qns
bookwork of 3 qns.
teaser of unknown side…
Show how to solve for unknown side
2 whiteboard qns
Puzzle at end.
A presentation first showing the basic transformations and ending on two transformations. Asks if the student can then determine if 1 transformation could be found and also set questions for desk partner. Also includes a slide with six ready axes for ease of photocopying. Trying to make this a one stop shop for all things transformation. This had a 4.6 star rating when I had it for free and had been downloaded over 11,000 times. It was included in a new secondary maths collection on this site by Mr Barton.
7 Questions with each question split over 3 slides. 1st the worded question, 2nd the diagram and 3rd the solution to allow for scaffolding. Can they draw a diagram from the description? Starter included.
Q1 has the same numerator and so lets the student see what happens when the denominator gets larger. Asks questions like which is bigger? why? Show on a circle. Let’s them see what’s happening. Then asks to order them.
Q2 has the same denominator and asks the same questions. Then asks to simplify if possible.