A substitution lesson aimed at low ability students. RAG questions are embedded in to the powerpoint for easier printing.
A 14 slide powerpoint lesson about Area Problems that was given excellent feedback during an observation. It includes a starter activity, collaborative learning, a hinge point activity, a main body of questions from worksheets and plenary activities using GCSE questions. Originally taught to a Set 1 Year 9 class.
This lesson is about calculating missing angles in triangles. It starts with an activity starter that can create some class discussion about angles in triangles and then moves on to show the maths involved. After the examples, there are some worksheets for students to have a go at and extension questions on a further slide. The lesson progresses on to then discuss isosceles triangles and has another worksheet for those types of questions.
Angry birds plotting quadratic graphs. All the graphs are negative to create n shaped parabolas. Worksheet most suitable for higher sets and will be easier with calculators.
Originally taught to a Year 9 set 1 class; this lesson is to consolidate knowledge with surds. It begins with a surds starter, moves on to recap addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with surds and then has some embedded RAG worksheets for students to complete. There is a short quiz at the end to finish the lesson.
This is 2 lessons starting with factors, multiples and primes and then leading into HCF and LCM. Complete with starter questions and many slides have annotations in the notes to give you a good idea how the lesson usually runs.