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Fractions and Percentages (MEP - GCSE - Unit 11) - Resources - TES - 4 views

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    The topic of Fractions and Percentages from the GCSE books of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm Keywords: Fraction, Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Numerator, Denominator, Percentage, Convert, Equivalent, VAT, Increase, Decrease, Reverse, Context, Compound, Interest, Exponential, Growth, Depreciation.
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Mathemagic - Resources - TES - 2 views

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    A collection of mathematical magic tricks for teachers. Particularly suitable for KS3 but also popular with older children. Each trick gives an anecdotal account of the effect being used in the classroom, followed by the explanation and teaching points if used for further work. Appendix includes details of simple sleights such as coin vanishes etc
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shapes and their description - Resources - TES - 1 views

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    This resource is good to help learners understand the properties of different shapes and to use the appropriate vocabulary to describe them. It can be a very good activity if learners work in small groups or in pairs to discuss their ideas.
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Straws - Resources - TES - 0 views

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    This activity develops thinking skills and facts for shape at KS1, KS2 and KS3. Simple ideas and a great range of activities lead to real exploration of properties of 2-D shapes. You can find this resource and many more at ccjmaths.co.uk




    NEW Straws 2 is now available, with another 4 activities.
taconi12

365 things to make you go "Hmmm..." | Thinking skills resources | Sparky Teaching - 7 views

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    perfect for registration, Circle Time, PSHE, Thinking Skills lessons, introductions, plenaries ...whenever you want to set your class off thinking).
taconi12

Murder Mystery - Resources - TES - 6 views

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    A murder has been committed! There are 32 suspects, and one of them is guilty. Using your powers of deduction, can you crack each of the five coded clues to reveal the identity of the killer?
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Race around the clock times tables - Resources - TES - 0 views

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    A worksheet that can be used to test times tables. The children write whatever times table they are doing (4x, 8x etc) in the star in the middle of the sheet and times the number on the outside of the track by that number. They then write the answers of the times table in the boxes in the inside of the track. Lower ability children can be asked to +2, +4 etc to the number on the outside of the track instead of completing times tables. Give children 2 or 3 minutes to complete the race. Photocopy back to back and ask higher ability children to complete both sides. I made this worksheet during a teaching practice with Year 3 - it works well.
taconi12

nrich.maths.org :: Mathematics Enrichment :: Property Chart - 0 views

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    Found this on TES math website.  The game would not be a good exploratory, rather it would be helpful as a review or end of unit game 
Lauren Rosen

Computational Thinking: A Digital Age Skill for Everyone - YouTube - 1 views

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    An Iste video combining 21st Century skills, today's world, and how we can function with today's technology at our fingertips to improve our world for tomorrow. 
Kate Pok

A Tech-Happy Professor Reboots After Hearing His Teaching Advice Isn't Working - Techno... - 2 views

  • "Students and faculty have to have this sense that they can truly connect with each other," he concludes. "Only through that sense of connection do you have this sense of community."

taconi12

Illuminations: Rise-Run Triangles - 6 views

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    rise run slope of triangles
Donal O' Mahony

eLearningIsland - Part One | eLearning Island - 1 views

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    I am a teacher blogger from Ireland for the past three years. This is the first of two reflections on what I am at. Teachers considering blogging might find it useful.
taconi12

Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math FAQ: Integers, Rational Numbers, Irrational Numbers - 49 views

  • A rational number is any number that can be written as a ratio of two integers (hence the name!). In other words, a number is rational if we can write it as a fraction where the numerator and denominator are both integers.

    The term "rational" comes from the word "ratio," because the rational numbers are the ones that can be written in the ratio form p/q where p and q are integers. Irrational, then, just means all the numbers that aren't rational.

    Every integer is a rational number, since each integer n can be written in the form n/1. For example 5 = 5/1 and thus 5 is a rational number. However, numbers like 1/2, 45454737/2424242, and -3/7 are also rational, since they are fractions whose numerator and denominator are integers.

    So the set of all rational numbers will contain the numbers 4/5, -8, 1.75 (which is 7/4), -97/3, and so on.

    Is .999 repeating a rational number? Well, a number is rational if it can be written as A/B (A over B): .3 = 3/10 and .55555..... = 5/9, so these are both rational numbers. Now look at .99999999..... which is equal to 9/9 = 1. We have just written down 1 and .9999999 in the form A/B where A and B are both 9, so 1 and .9999999 are both rational numbers. In fact all repeating decimals like .575757575757... , all integers like 46, and all finite decimals like .472 are rational.

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