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Students learn how to find the sum and difference of two algebraic expressions by expanding brackets. Learning ...

Students learn how to write the product of three binomials by expanding a cubic expression. Learning progresses ...

Students learn how to factorise an algebraic expression into a pair of brackets using the highest common factor....

Students learn how to factorise expressions with powers by taking out the highest common factor. As learning pr...

Students learn about multiplying and dividing with algebra using the correct notation. More able students are c...

Students learn how to expand a pair of brackets with the constant and unknown on the outside. As learning progr...

Students revise how to expand a single pair of brackets by a number and term. Learning progresses onto simplify...

Students revise how to factorise algebraic expressions by taking out the highest common factor. As learning pro...

Students learn about simplifying expressions by collecting like terms. As learning progresses they consider a m...

Students learn about solving an equation with function machines. More able students can use the balance method ...

Students learn about substituting numbers into expressions. Using the order of operations they are taught how t...

Students learn about writing expressions using diagrams. As learning progresses they create their own shapes fr...

Students learn about writing expressions using keywords. More able students are challenged to write expressions...

Students learn how to substitute known values into algebraic expressions using algebra notation and the order of...

Students learn how to expand algebraic expression from a set of brackets. As learning progresses they find the ...

Students learn how to factorise quadratics in the form ax2 + bx + c involving positive and negative terms into t...

May 1, 2019

In this blog I will share some practical tips for using mini-whiteboards in a mathematics lesson. I use mini-whiteboards nearly every lesson because they help the students show me the progress they are making. When I understand what the misconceptions are I am able to address them in subsequent examples as part of my feedback. […]April 17, 2019

Demonstrating student progression during a mathematics lesson is about understanding the learning objective and breaking that down into explicit success criteria. Using Success Criteria Take, for example, a lesson on calculating the area of compound rectilinear shapes. The intended learning objective was written on the main whiteboard. Success criteria were used to break down the individual […]March 26, 2019

Plotting and interpreting conversion graphs requires linking together several mathematical techniques. Recent U.K. examiner reports indicate there are several common misconceptions when plotting and interpreting conversion graphs. These include: drawing non-linear scales on the x or y axis, using the incorrect units when converting between imperial and metric measurements, taking inaccurate readings from either axis not […]