Resources for teaching mathematics, 1114
 Responsibility
 Colin Foster.
 Imprint
 London ; New York : Continuum, c2011.
 Physical description
 x, 206 p. : ill ; 30 cm.
 Series
 Resources for teaching series
Access
Available online
Education Library (Cubberley)
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QA135.6 .F678 2011 F  Unknown 
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Creators/Contributors
 Author/Creator
 Foster, Colin, 1973
Contents/Summary
 Bibliography
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 202) and index.
 Contents

 Introduction. 1 Decimal notation and place value. 2 Comparing and ordering numbers and quantities. 3 Negative numbers as positions on a number line. 4 Multiples and factors. 5 Highest common factor, lowest common multiple and primes. 6 Prime factor decomposition of a number. 7 Using fraction notation to describe parts of shapes. 8 Equivalent fractions. 9 Ordering fractions. 10 Percentage as the OEnumber of parts per 1001. 11 Equivalence of fractions, decimals and percentages. 12 Recurring decimals. 13 Ratio and proportion. 14 Reducing a ratio to its simplest form. 15 Dividing a quantity into two or more parts in a given ratio. 16 Comparing proportions proportional change. 17 Squares, positive and negative square roots, cubes and cube roots. 18 Index notation for small positive integer powers, and numbers in standard form. 19 Rounding numbers (Whole numbers to the nearest 10, 100, or 1000 decimals to the nearest whole number or to one dp). 20 Rounding to n decimal places, significant figures, and upper and lower bounds. 21 Order of operations including brackets. 22 Multiplication and division facts to 10 X 10. 23 Positive integer complements to 100. 24 Add, subtract, multiply and divide integers. 25 Add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers. 26 Multiplying and dividing by numbers between 0 and 1. 27 Adding and subtracting simple fractions. 28 Calculate fractions of quantities. 29 Dividing by fractions. 30 +, , X, / numbers raised to small positive integer powers. 31 One number as a percentage of another. 32 Estimating positions of numbers on a number line. 33 Letter symbols representing unknown numbers or variables. 34 Operating with and transforming linear expressions. 35 Index laws. 36 Transforming algebraic expressions. 37 Construct and solve linear equations. 38 Solving simultaneous linear equations. 39 Representing and solving inequalities. 40 Generating and describing simple integer sequences. 41 Expression for general term of a sequence. 42 Expressing simple functions in words and then symbols. 43 Finding the inverse of a linear function. 44 Graphs of linear functions. 45 Substitute numbers into formulae and change the subject of a formula. 46 Interpret graphs arising from real situations. 47 Parallel and perpendicular lines. 48 Alternate, corresponding, and vertically opposite angles. 49 Angles on a line, at a point and in a triangle. 50 Angle sum of triangle and quadrilateral. 51 Exterior angle of triangle equals sum of opposite interior angles. 52 Angle, side and symmetry properties of triangles and quadrilaterals. 53 Interior and exterior angles of polygons. 54 Reasoning and generalising about 2D shapes. 55 Coordinates in all four quadrants, length of line segment. 56 2D reflection in a mirror lines, and line symmetry. 57 2D rotation, and rotation symmetry. 58 2D translation. 59 Combining 2D transformations. 60 Enlargement and similarity. 61 2D representations of 3D shapes, plans and elevations. 62 Estimating areas of 2D shapes. 63 Estimating angles. 64 Area and perimeter of rectangles and shapes made from rectangles. 65 Area of a triangle, parallelogram and trapezium. 66 Volume and surface area of cuboids. 67 Circumference and area of a circle, arcs and sectors of circles. 68 Simple loci. 69 Bearings. 70 Sine, cosine and tangent. 71 Statistics  the median. 72 Statistics  the mean. 73 Statistics  the range, median, mode and mean. 74 Processing and representing data. 75 Interpreting results. 76 Frequency diagrams for grouped discrete data. 77 Scatter graphs. 78 Probabilities based on equally likely outcomes. 79 Mutually exclusive outcomes for single and successive events. 80 Comparing experimental and theoretical probabilities.
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 Publisher's Summary
 This title contains 80 complete lesson plans with complementary worksheets specifically aligned to the Key Stage 3 curriculum, plus a companion website. Don't have time to find new ideas to teach ratio and proportion? Have some great new ICT equipment, but aren't quite sure how to make the most of it? New to teaching and struggling to keep to the curriculum and lesson time? This resource contains 80 readytouse maths lesson plans suitable for the whole department to use with 1114yearolds. Each plan consists of a teacher's sheet which breaks down the lesson into timeallocated sections, plus a photocopiable, or downloadable student worksheet that corresponds to the teacher's lesson plan. There is also a dynamic companion website with activities and software to support the lesson plans in the book, giving teachers the time and confidence to try new activities in the classroom with minimal preparation time. The lessons focus on problem solving and putting maths into context to engage students in deeper mathematical thought and there are plenty of online resources to help busy maths teachers find new ways of delivering the curriculum and make the most of their ICT equipment. It's hard enough for teachers to fit all their marking, extracurricular duties and training into their lives, let alone finding time to think up exciting new ways of delivering their subject to a mixedability class. This new series offers complete, curriculumfriendly lesson plans for busy secondary school teachers of various disciplines. Each title includes an assortment of lesson plans designed to motivate and inspire students. Each plan consists of a teacher's sheet, providing: the aims and objectives of the lesson; a lesson starter, main phase, plenary and homework ideas, each with suggested timeframes; and, guidance on how to adapt the activities to make them harder or easier for gifted and talented, or less able pupils. Each plan also includes a photocopiable, or downloadable student task sheet which corresponds to the teacher's lesson plan, plus online resources including links to useful websites, material to display on the whiteboard and timesaving cheat sheets.
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Bibliographic information
 Publication date
 2011
 Title Variation
 Mathematics, 1114
 Note
 "A companion website to accompany this book is available online at: http://education.foster2.continuumbooks.com."
 ISBN
 9781441142276 (pbk.)
 1441142274 (pbk.)