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    The spider by Frank Flynn

    The group activities are differentiated according to the readiness and interest levels of the grade.

    Submitted today by justbooks

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    Radiation

    Asks students to complete a table of alpha, beta and gamma radiation properties.

    Submitted today by lukemorton

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    Patterns and Sequences

    A full lesson on sequences and patterns. It start by looking at finding missing terms, moves on to the nth term of a sequence before moving on to applying nth term algebra to problems involving pictures.

    Submitted yesterday by Muddy Maths

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    Sample Space Probability

    This is a lesson I made on sample spaces. It is quite class specific so you may need to do a lot of adapting to the middle section to make it fit to your class. Nice question at the end though where I got pupils to work in pairs to justify...

    Submitted yesterday by Muddy Maths

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    Substitution

    A full lesson on substitution. Depending on the class you may want to use all of it or just a couple of slides. It starts by looking at the very basics (front bit is quite slow you may want to chop it down a bit), before having some differentiated...

    Submitted yesterday by Muddy Maths

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    Relative Frequency Experiment

    Follow the link to see how I taught year 8's about relative frequency and predicting outcomes.

    Submitted yesterday by kellyachtym

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