Introduces the <, >, =, ≤, ≥ and ≠ to students. Lots of afl for comparing numbers as well as worksheets for students.
Use of WR maths resources and other bits found online as well as my own input.
Write 10, 100, 1000 etc as powers of ten
Write positive integers in the form A x 10n
Investigate negative powers of ten
Write decimals in the form A x 10n
With a place value table that helps with writing in standard form.
I have used resources from WR Maths as well as my own input.
Good intro lesson for circles. Introducing the concepts of radius and diameter and allowing them to see other things such as chords and segments.
Lesson also goes through how to draw a circle using a compass.
This lesson discusses the Arabic numeral system and introduces the students to place value. There is lots of opportunity for discussion on how to represent numbers before introducing a place value table that can help for numbers in any base. Continues onto placing numbers on a number line where you can explore differing intervals.
Adapted using resources from WR maths and my own input.
This lesson looks at the commutative and associative laws of addition, different strategies of how to complete additions and subtraction efficiently (partitioning, compensating etc.) as well as fact families for addition and subtraction.
Uses resources from WR maths as well as my own input.
This bundle contains an introduction for rearranging and solving linear equations before moving onto solving equations with brackets, fractions, decimals and indices.
Perfect for a mid set year 10 class or year 11 revision!
Lesson on solving equations that include fractions and decimals including starter that builds on solving 1 and 2 step equations.
Originally taught to a mid-ability year 10 class
Any feedback is appreciated.
Introduction to rearranging formulae. Two notebooks.
Rearranging formulae - intro for low ability, will then be able to move to the second notebook
Rearranging formulae 2 - can be used as an intro for a higher ability group.
Introduction to solving equations with one and two step equations being used.
Builds up slowly and can be used to clear up misconceptions.
Used with a mid-ability year 10 class all taking foundation.
Any feedback apprieciated!