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GCSE 9-1 - Area of circles and compound shapes - Scaffolded
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GCSE 9-1 - Area of circles and compound shapes - Scaffolded

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A short scaffolded worksheet designed to support students breaking down a compound shape into different simpler shapes. Ideally comes after lots of practice on area of circles and semi-circles. ideal task to use between examples and lots of practice to ease the transition to question with no scaffolding.
GCSE 9-1 - Area of circles and shaded shapes- Scaffolded
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GCSE 9-1 - Area of circles and shaded shapes- Scaffolded

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A scaffolded worksheet that guides students through working out the area of a shaded shapes when a circle is removed from a bigger circle. First task demonstrates the separate parts to first work out the ares, then combine them. Second task promotes the students identifying the parts them selves and then calculating the area.
Collect a joke - Simple interest
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Collect a joke - Simple interest

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Set of questions were students search for their answers to reveal the answer to joke. Inspired by the great work of alutwych Apologies for any mistakes.
Christmas Bearings
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Christmas Bearings

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A set of questions based on measuring and drawing bearings, with the obvious Christmas theme. Also included is a PPT of examples (just click through) and answers. Please note answers may not be 100% accurate. Merry Christmas!
Expanding double brackets using the grid method
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Expanding double brackets using the grid method

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A few quick slides to model using the grid method to expand double brackets at a fairly basic level, which can be easily adapted. Also includes an algebra puzzle to introduce the idea of the grid method and some practice questions.
Plotting linear graphs - you select the method
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Plotting linear graphs - you select the method

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A simple set of questions to encourage discussion around what is the best method to plot linear graphs. This resources was created from a group I have taught recently that couldn’t grasp the concept that y=2x results in an infinite set of coordinates.
GCSE 9-1 Maths Foundation - Revision mix task
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GCSE 9-1 Maths Foundation - Revision mix task

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An activity that covers multiple different topics. Students work out the answer which is then used to workout the next questions. So each answer moves into the next. Three different versions available.
GCSE 9-1 Maths Foundation - Cross number
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GCSE 9-1 Maths Foundation - Cross number

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A revision task for foundation students, where students answer questions to complete the cross number. You can ask students to work in pairs and separate the DOWN and ACROSS questions, or simply print the larger task which has all the questions on.
Higher GCSE Warm Ups Set 1
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Higher GCSE Warm Ups Set 1

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I am sure there is lots of these around but you can never have to many. A set of worksheets with 5 questions for students to complete at the start of a lesson. I will be creating more with different types of questions, which will be uploaded in the near future. Question Topics 1) Adding and Subtracting mix numbers 2) Expanding double brackets 3) Sharing into a ratio 4) Plotting a straight line 5) Solving equations
Foundation Warm Ups Set 1
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Foundation Warm Ups Set 1

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I am sure there is lots of these around but you can never have to many. A set of worksheets with 5 questions for students to complete at the start of a lesson. For very low ability group. I will be creating more with different types of questions, which will be uploaded in the near future. Question Topics 1) Addition and Subtraction 2) Multiplication 3) Division inc Decimals 4) Solving basic questions 5) Types of number
Higher GCSE Warm Ups Set 2
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Higher GCSE Warm Ups Set 2

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I am sure there is lots of these around but you can never have to many. A set of worksheets with 5 questions for students to complete at the start of a lesson. I will be creating more with different types of questions, which will be uploaded in the near future. Question Topics 1) Simplifying algebra 2) Factorising both linear and quadratics 3) Solving inequalities 4) Representing solution on a number line 5) Simplifying surds