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Understanding how to find the midpoint of a line segment is a fundamental part of coordinate geometry in GCSE Mathematics. In these tutorials, I demonstrate different methods to calculate the midpoint and apply it to various problems. Each tutorial builds on the previous one, to show progression.

Members of Mr Mathematics can download the full lesson and accompanying student worksheet. These resources provide additional practice problems and detailed solutions to reinforce your understanding of midpoints in coordinate geometry.

**Skills Learned:**

- Finding the average of x and y coordinates.
- Applying the midpoint formula in a graphical context.
- Understanding the geometric significance of the midpoint.

**Learning Progression:**

- Building on the concept of finding the midpoint, this tutorial introduces problems without pre-drawn graphs.
- Demonstrates how to find the missing endpoint when given one endpoint and the midpoint.
- Develops problem-solving skills by applying the midpoint formula in reverse.

**Learning Progression:**

- Extends knowledge by integrating the midpoint concept into basic problem-solving.
- Focuses on using the midpoint to solve more complex geometric problems.
- Combines previously learned skills to reinforce understanding through practical application.

**Lesson Plan and Resources**

The downloadable lesson includes a PowerPoint presentation with a starter, main, and plenary sections. A differentiated worksheet provides additional examples, ensuring students at all levels have sufficient practice. Solutions are included to facilitate self-assessment and correction.

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