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Using ratio notation students learn how to calculate the speed when given distance and time. As learning progre...

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Using equivalent ratios and the unitary method students learn how to calculate amounts that are in direct propor...

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Students learn how to use ratio and equivalent proportions to write a ratio as a fraction and percentage. Using...

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Students learn how to draw diagrams to a scale using ratio notation. As learning progresses they learn how to c...

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Students learn how to divide a quantity into two or more parts when given a ratio. As learning progresses stude...

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Key stage 3 lesson where students learn about writing ratios in their simplest form using the highest common fac...

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The start of the lesson is used to review matching simple proportions with their corresponding diagrams. The de...

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The start of the lesson is used to review sharing a sum of money equally between three people. The development...

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The start of the lesson is used to review simplifying and calculating equivalent ratios. The development phase...

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Students learn how to model inverse proportion problems using the constant of variation, k. As learning progres...

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Students learn how to model variables in direct linear proportion using the constant of proportionality, K. As ...

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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 […]