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#### Solving simultaneous equations introduction - mastery style using bar models

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This is a lesson designed as a visual introduction to simultaneous equations. This lesson is an introduction and looks to master the skill of solving simultaneous equations when the equations have a set of variables with the same coefficient and when both variables are positive. (Negative ones and ones with different coefficients will be added as different resources in my library). The lesson includes examples, a true/false task and looks to link in some decimals and fractions within the topic. The lesson has taken inspiration from a mastery style and starts off heavily focusing on using bar models to represent the simultaneous equations and later on looks at how we can write this algebraically. A plenary review all of the topics covered. A mention must be given to Pixi Maths as there are a few slides at the beginning of the presentation which were excellent and borrowed from a Pixi Maths PPT and also to MathsPad where 3 scale type questions were borrowed. Hope this is useful, please leave a review if it is or any constructive criticism.

#### Cumulative Frequency and Box Plots exam questions

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Cumulative frequency and box plots exam questions scaffolded and differentiated. Two exam questions where students first have to plot the cumulative frequency graph, then interpret it by finding the median and interquartile range and then construct a box plot from this. I stole the format off someone else who uploaded questions for cumulative frequency and I really liked the format (Sorry I don't know who it was to give credit to). I then went on to compare box plots.

#### KS3 Revision Maths Quiz: Wimbledon

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This is an activity I have used with KS3 and they really enjoyed it. Print the powerpoint slides off and stick hem around the room (the bigger the space the better!). Students work in pairs to answer the questions on the answer sheet using the information around the room. Requires knowledge of various maths topics, and bonus questions allow for some differentiation. Topics include: ratio, substitution, pictograms, averages, number operations, probability, two way tables, area and volume etc. Let me know what you think and ways I could improve it.

#### KS3 Revealing picture Quiz

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Reveal a bit of a the picture at a time, asking students to guess who the person is. Easily adapted for various subjects. I use it for maths and use the colours to link it to differentiated learning outcomes. Also the pictures and sizes of the boxes can easily be changed/ammended. Hope this is useful, let me know how you use it and how I can improve it. Thanks

#### Area of compound shapes & Functional GCSE Exam Q's

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A PPT with a number of slides including questions on area of various shapes.\nUsed as a revision tool and prior knowledge required, this lesson is focusing on applying their knowledge. I was really trying to focus on students setting their working out clearly and easy to follow.\nThere are differentiated worksheets on the area of a trapezium and then functional GCSE questions.\nOn the trapezium sheet I hand wrote some prompts and steps on the orange and green sheet for less able students.\nFor all sheets I hand wrote the answers and put one copy on the desk too for students to self check.

#### Solving simultaneous equations mastery style using bar models L2

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This is the second lesson in a series of lessons designed as a visual introduction to simultaneous equations. This lesson is an leads on from the introduction and looks to master the skill of solving simultaneous equations when the equations have a set of variables with the same coefficient and when the signs are different. (Positive ones and ones with different coefficients will be added as different resources in my library). The lesson includes fully animated examples to make concepts clear, a true/false task and looks to link in some decimals and fractions within the main task. The lesson has taken inspiration from a mastery style and starts off heavily focusing on using visual bar models to represent the simultaneous equations and later on looks at how we can write this algebraically. There is a plenary review all of the topics covered. A mention must be given to Pixi Maths as there are two slides at the beginning of the presentation which were excellent and borrowed from a Pixi Maths PPT. Hope this is useful, please leave a review if it is or any constructive criticism.

#### Solving simultaneous equations mastery style using bar models L4 - mastery style using bar models

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This is the fourth lesson in a series of lessons designed as a visual introduction to simultaneous equations. This lesson is an leads on from the same coefficients and different coefficients and looks to master the skill of solving mixed simultaneous questions and some worded problem solving questions. (Positive and negative ones and ones with different coefficients will be added as different resources in my library). The lesson includes fully animated examples to make concepts clear, scaffolded questions with diagrams and then questions where diagrams have been removed. The lesson has taken inspiration from a mastery style and starts off heavily focusing on using visual bar models to represent the simultaneous equations and later on looks at how we can write this algebraically. There is a plenary review all of the topics covered. Please check out the lessons prior to this or the bundle of lessons to get a full picture of the progression. Hope this is useful, please leave a review if it is or any constructive criticism.

#### Solving simultaneous equations introduction - mastery style using bar models BUNDLE L1-5

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This is a series of lessons designed as a visual introduction to simultaneous equations. The bundle of lessons consists of four lessons and a mini assessment at the end. The lessons are structured as follows: Lesson 1 - Positive coefficients which are the same Lesson 2 - Negative and positive coefficients that re the same Lesson 3 - Different coefficients Lesson 4 - A summary with mixed questions and problem solving The lessons includes fully animated examples to make concepts clear, true/false tasks and looks to link in some decimals and fractions within the main tasks. The lesson has taken inspiration from a mastery style and starts off heavily focusing on using visual bar models to represent the simultaneous equations and later on looks at how we can write this algebraically. The bar models are used to make concepts clear to students but gradually removed and the links between the diagrams and algebraic methods are made explicit. There is a plenary review all of the topics covered. A mention must be given to Pixi Maths as there are two slides at the beginning of L1 which were excellent and borrowed from a Pixi Maths PPT. Hope this is useful, please leave a review if it is or any constructive criticism.

#### Solving simultaneous equations introduction L3 - mastery style using bar models

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This is the third lesson in a series of lessons designed as a visual introduction to simultaneous equations. This lesson is an leads on from the introduction and looks to master the skill of solving simultaneous equations have different coefficients. (Same coefficients, positive and negative will be listed as different lessons in my library). The lesson includes fully animated examples to make concepts clear, a review of previous lessons in the starter, a main task with a range of questions including decimal answers and a literacy plenary. The lesson has taken inspiration from a mastery style and starts off heavily focusing on using visual bar models to represent the simultaneous equations and later on looks at how we can write this algebraically. There is a plenary review all of the topics covered. Please check out the lessons prior to this to see the progression. Hope this is useful, please leave a review if it is or any constructive criticism.

#### Algebra Revision literacy activities and relay

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A revision lesson at the end of a unit on Algebra.\n\nA couple of key word literacy activities at the start and a matching up activity on definitions etc\n\nThe main activity is a group relay task based on simplifying algebra, laws of indices, expanding and factorising, equations, linear graphs and y=mx+c.

#### Math Matching Pairs Memory Game

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A Matching Pairs memory game where students have to match up questions with relevant answers and use their memory skills to assist them.\nThere is a template with instructions which should enable you to adapt it for your own subject and needs.\nThe example provided is a basic Maths Multiplication Game.\nLet me know any problems or improvements that could be made and how it worked for you.