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Students learn how to calculate areas of similar shapes using the area scale factor. As learning progresses stu...

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Students learn how to recognise and prove congruency using various angle properties and geometrical facts. As l...

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Students learn how to convert between imperial and metric units using standard conversion factors. As learning ...

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Students learn how to convert between imperial measures of length, weight and capacity using standard conversion...

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Students learn how to convert between metric measures of length, weight and capacity using standard conversion f...

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Students learn how to convert between non-standard units including currencies and imperial lengths using graphic...

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Students learn how to convert between analogue and digital time using the 12 and 24 hour clock. As learning pro...

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Students learn how to fully describe single transformations at GCSE. Throughout the lesson students encounter t...

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Students learn how to perform and describe enlargements using a centre and scale factor. As learning progresses...

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Students learn how to perform enlargements to a negative scale factor. As learning progresses they are challeng...

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Students learn how to perform reflections on a grid using straight line graphs as the mirror line. As learning ...

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Students learn how to perform rotations on a grid using a centre, direction and amount of turn. As learning pro...

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April 12, 2017

Many problems involve three-dimensional objects or spaces. Pythagoras Theorem in 3D Shapes can be used as much with these problems as those in plane shapes. Knowing when to use Pythagoras Theorem The starter recaps applying Pythagoras Theorem as part of a larger problem involving the perimeter of a trapezium and square. The aim of this […]

March 27, 2017

Drawing frequency trees for GCSE maths is a new topic and appears on both the higher and foundation curriculum. I’ve taught this lesson a couple of times, once to Year 10 and once to Year 11 and I have to say the kids really enjoy it. What is a frequency tree? Frequency trees can be […]

February 17, 2017

Whenever I teach how to calculate speed as a measure of distance and time I either use the formula or the triangle method. In my experience most students are know about the triangle method from their science lessons. For this reason I would have expected speed to appear either within the algebra or shape and measures strands of […]