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Multiplying Triple Brackets Jigsaw : NEW GCSE Mathematics
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Multiplying Triple Brackets Jigsaw : NEW GCSE Mathematics

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A tarsia for GCSE Mathematics students to multiply three brackets. The cubic coefficient is 1 in all cases. The sign in the brackets is usually +. As this activity could take a long time there is also a reliance on recognising the difference of 2 squares.
Transformations
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Transformations

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A fabulous way to look at combinations, rotations and reflections of a square. The square is coloured to show the transformations. A great resource. It is a shame this is downloaded by only 10% of viewers. (The mistake has been corrected)
Maths Homework booklets. Targeted at students in years 7 to 11.  NEW GCSE.
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Maths Homework booklets. Targeted at students in years 7 to 11. NEW GCSE.

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50+ Homework Sheets. Print this out as a booklet and track over time whether students are making any progress. Set targets etc. These are approximatelyr 20 question sheets with exactly the same type of questions. The sheets match up to NEW GCSE Grade 2 (old KS2 level 5) NEW GCSE Grade 4 and 5. (Old GCSE grade D and C) There are also catch up log books for pupils to fill in and track progress.
Direct  Proportion Codebreaker
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Direct Proportion Codebreaker

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Direct proportion, leading to the phrase "THIS TAKES BARE TIME" Idea taken from DANNYTHEREF https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/direct-and-inverse-proportion-codebreakers-11148454
The Factor Game. Play against the teacher. THIS IS A MACRO ENABLED EXCEL FILE.
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The Factor Game. Play against the teacher. THIS IS A MACRO ENABLED EXCEL FILE.

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THIS IS A MACRO ENABLED EXCEL FILE. Click start. A grid of 9 numbers appears. Place the randomly generated value into a cell. You score one point for a value that is a factor of the number at the top of the column and to the right of the row. The game finishes when you have placed all 9 numbers into the grid. The score then appears.
NEW GCSE Mathematics Volume and Surface Area.
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NEW GCSE Mathematics Volume and Surface Area.

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A revision lesson with strong AFL opportunities to discuss the work. I have split the questions on each slide to divide the group into 2 pairs. Shapes that are used are Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder, Sphere and Cone. The lesson can take up to 2 hours. I would advise you to use this with either a year 10 or 11 group aiming for Higher grades at GCSE 2017 onwards. The first set of slides are colour coded, green and red, with red being more of a challenge. Colour is used to differentiate the question too, with pupils asked to choose their own questions. Green numerical questions Amber Easyish algebra questions Red tough algebra questions Algebra is used to differentiate the questions. For specialists and non specialists alike the answers are given.
STandard FORm GRAded QUEstions
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STandard FORm GRAded QUEstions

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A smart board file. QUestions on writing and using standard form. Pupils can choose a red-tough amber-medium or green-easier question or question with answers on the next slide.
KEY SKILLS NEW GCSE 1-9 Mathematics
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KEY SKILLS NEW GCSE 1-9 Mathematics

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Maths GCSE 1-9 Foundation sheet designed for the new foundation 9-1 examination. 20 questions to complete on a variety of topics Useful for a homework sheet or can be used to find the weaknesses with your pupils