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Students learn how to add fractions with different denominators using equivalent fraction diagrams. As learning...

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Calculating Fractions of an Amount
Students learn about calculating fractions of an amount using both diagrams ...

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Comparing Fractions with Different Denominators
Using a fraction wall and equivalent fractions students learn a...

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Students learn how about creating a sequence using formulae. Students progress from using function machines to ...

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Students learn describing number patterns on a term to term basis. More able students tackle Fibonacci and geom...

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Students learn how about describing picture sequences. During the lesson students learn how to model a picture ...

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Students learn about finding the nth term of a sequence. During the lesson they are taught how to break a seque...

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Introducing Mixed Numbers
Students are introduced to the equivalence between top heavy fractions and mixed numb...

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Writing Equivalent Fractions
Students learn about writing equivalent fractions using both written and visual me...

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Plotting Sequences on a Grid
Students learn about plotting sequences on a grid. A handout is provided to help ...

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Students learn how to subtract fractions with using equivalent fraction diagrams. As learning progresses more a...

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March 4, 2018

There are three common ways to organise data that fall into multiple sets: two-way tables, frequency diagrams and Venn diagrams. Having blogged about frequency diagrams before I thought I would write about how to draw a Venn Diagram to calculate probabilities. Recapping Two-Way Tables This activity works well to review two-way tables from the previous […]February 25, 2018

Students learn how to find a percentage of an amount using calculator and non-calculator methods. As learning progresses they use decimal multipliers to find a percentage change and calculate a simple interest in financial mathematics. This topic follows on from Fractions, Decimals and Percentages and takes place in Year 8 Term 5. Calculations with Percentages […]February 16, 2018

Back in May 2017 maths teachers around the country eagerly awaited the first exam for the new GCSE Mathematics syllabus. Proving geometrical relationships using algebra featured at grade 9. In Paper 1 of Edexcel’s test paper the last question of the higher tier looked like this. Edexcel wrote about student’s performance on this question in […]