Thursday, 15 March 2018
growing squares under the stairs
these resources are based upon an article by Daniel Pearcy in Maths Teaching 247 (July 2015) starting from a coordinate sequence to power...
what are the coordinates of e.g. the lowest left hand points of the Ms what would the next ones be? up? down? etc. try some with your ...
checking that students can plot coordinates in all four quadrants the powerpoint begins by involving negative coordinates to plot squares...
coordinates CBSE questions
it is interesting to see how an approach that can involve vectors and properties of quadrilaterals develops from the KS2 based SAT questions...
quadrilaterals and coordinates
problems based on the KS2 SAT questions the ppt is here same questions printable version
Sunday, 11 March 2018
smaller radiating directed numbers
still not easy - but simpler thanks to Tom Francome there should be no duplicates of numbers in the loops for each task st...
Friday, 2 March 2018
directed number product and sum tasks
the powerpoint is here
Thursday, 1 March 2018
from one fraction to another
@pbruce maths and @misswillismaths indicated a wish for such a resource it seemed like a good idea with some generalities unearthed ...
Sunday, 25 February 2018
Leicester ATM/MA presentation
many thanks to all those who attended thanks to Rob and the other organisers: the ATM/MA East Midlands local branch the powerpoints for ...
Saturday, 17 February 2018
directed number arithmogons
the word 'arithmogons' (rather than 'arithmagons') seems to stem from an article by Alistair McIntosh and Douglas Quadling i...
Monday, 5 February 2018
tangents to circles
these are based on problems from the CBSE exams (India) Y10
simultaneous equations generalising
these resources follow a theme of providing practice questions with some pattern built in that way the 'depth' to a task can invol...
Saturday, 3 February 2018
these questions are from or are similar to CBSE (India) Y10 papers (5) and (6) also need circle theorems
Tuesday, 30 January 2018
maybe curiously, maybe not, a single operation changes both sides of an equation the powerpoint introduces this notion (with animations i...
Sunday, 28 January 2018
studying square numbers with two of them summing to a third (for integers) has interested various ancient and hopefully modern civilisations...
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