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Worksheets and Video tutorials
for Years 7-11
(Ages 11-16) and Years 12 and 13 (Ages 16-18)
There are now 38 worksheets (including posters) with solutions

Revision for GCSE (very useful)

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New Video Tutorials:
Problem Solving Made Easy!
'Thinking out of the box'

Olympiad Type Questions (non-calculator)
Problem 1 (Find the value of 1-2+3-4+...+99-100)

Problem 2 (Fractions: addition and subtraction)

Problem 3 (Fractions: mixed numbers and reciprocals)

Problem 4 (Fractions: subtraction and multiplication)
Problem 5 (Fourth root, indices and factorisation)
Problem 6 (Angles in a triangle)
Problem 7 (Indices/Exponents)

Problem 8 (How many different size squares)
Problem 9 (Find the value of the sum 1+2+3+...+98+99+100)

Problem 10 (Involves adding simultaneous equations)

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Geometry:

Proofs:
1. Angle in a semicircle is a right angle
2. Exterior angle of a triangle
3. Angles in a triangle add up to 180°
4. Opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral add up to 180°
5. The angle at the centre of a circle is twice the angle at the circumference

CIRCLE THEOREMS
GCSE/IGCSE (KS4) (May be accessible for top
end of KS3/Year 9)

Examination Style Questions:
Question 1

Question 2

Question 3
Question 4
Question 5
Question 6

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INDICES/EXPONENTS/POWERS

Introduction to exponents/indices/powers

(GCSE, KS4, KS3, IGCSE, C1 (Core Unit), Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Questions on Indices/Exponents. Part 1.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Questions on Exponents. Part 2.
(C1 (Core Unit) GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8
, Homeschooler)

Rules (Laws) of Multiplication. Part 1
(C1 (Core Unit) GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3
, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Questions on the Rules of Multiplication of Exponents/Indices. Part 1.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Rule 2 of Multiplication of Exponents/Indices/Powers.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Exponents: Questions on Rule 2 on Multiplication.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Exponents: Rule of Division Part 1
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Exponents: Questions on the Rule of Division. Part 2
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Zero Exponent.
(C1, KS4, (KS3), GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 5-8, Homeschooler)

Negative Exponents/Powers. Part 1
(C1, KS4, (KS3), GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 6-9, Homeschooler)

Questions on Negative Exponents/Indices/Powers. Part 2
(C1, KS4, (KS3), GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 6-9)

Exponents: Fractions Raised to a Negative Power. Part 1
(C1, KS4, GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 7-9, Homeschooler)

Exponents: Questions on Fractions Raised to a Negative Power. Part 2.
(C1, KS4, GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 7-9, Homeschooler)

Fractional (Rational) Powers/Exponents.  Part 1
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9, Homeschooler)

Fractional (Rational) Powers/Exponents.  Part 2
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9, Homeschooler)

Exponents. Questions on Fractional (Rational) Powers.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9, Homeschooler)

Mathematics Olympiad Type Questions involving the use of the Rules of Indices.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9, Homeschooler)

Simplifying Negative Powers.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 8 and 9, Homeschooler)

Expressing in the form axⁿ.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 8, 9, Homeschooler)

 Solving equations in which the power is to be found.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 8 and 9, Homeschooler)

 Solving equations with fractional powers
(C1-C4, GCSE, IGCSE, Homeschooler)

 Questions on solving equations with fractional powers
(C1-C4, GCSE, IGCSE and Homeschooler)

 

 

3D Coordinates

3D Coordinates. Introduction Part 1 GCSE (KS4)

3D Coordinates. Part 2. GCSE (KS4).
(Looking at a cube in 3D and identifying the coordinates of various points).

3D Coordinates. Part 3. GCSE (KS4). Identifying the coordinates of points in 3D
by looking at a cuboid .

3D Coordinates. Part 4. GCSE (KS4). Identifying the coordinates of points in 3D
by looking at a prism.

3D Coordinates Using Animation Part 4b. GCSE (KS4). Identifying coordinates.

3D Negative Coordinates Using Animation Part 5. GCSE (KS4), IGCSE.
(May be accessible to the top end of KS3)

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Autograph 3.3 is a dynamic software for teaching Mathematics


 

 

 I have used Autograph in the classroom for many years to enhance the teaching and learning of Mathematics across all Key Stages (Years 7-13 including Further Pure Mathematics). Its amazing how easy it is to use. I honestly do not know how I managed to teach mathematics without Autograph in the past.
I am a Master Trainer for Autograph, having attended many of the
summer TSM courses in Oundle, U.K (see link) and conducted workshops in Dubai.

I am available to help any school/college that has invested (or wishes to) in Autograph by providing workshops at their school/college on any day except Fridays. If you are interested, please contact me via email (see the link "contact"). Participants (teachers) would be issued a certificate of participation. Furthermore, I am prepared to take lessons in a school and demonstrate the use of Autograph to teach any topic such as transformations (including transformations of graphs), circle theorems, inequalities, calculus (differentiation, integration, including area under the graph and volume of revolution), inverse functions (including trigonometric functions), all work connected with graphs, vectors and statistics. I have included some video tutorials and will in due course have some worksheets that will help students (Years 7-13) on many topics they find challenging, especially at GCSE and GCE AS/A Level. I strongly recommend the July Annual TSM Workshop in Oundle. For details, CLICK here.
Click to view some Applications of Autograph

Latest News

News Flash:

Calculator Regulations for GCSE and GCE (A Level) 2015

 

 

The introduction of new linear AS and A levels in Mathematics and Further Mathematics has now been put back so that teaching will begin in September 2017.

Edexcel GCSE Mathematics (9–1) Specification, for first assessment in 2017.
You can Download your copy, along with Sample Assessment Materials.



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Useful Website, MathsBank: A-Level Maths Resources
for Teachers and Students

Examsolutions (very useful for GCSE and GCE A-Level)

Interesting article: Pupils 'should keep up maths study'

The new DC Alumni website has now been launched.
All Students and Staff are encouraged to register.

The latest Dubai College Alumni Dhow is now available for downloading

NEW: For Teachers and Students (GCE A-LEVEL. themathsfaculty.org is a very useful site with video tutorials)

Use of Calculators from Edexcel for GCE and GCSE exams

GCE and GCSE Tips for Parents and Students from Edexcel.

Revision tips for students sitting exams

June exams - revision tips for parents

Revision tips for parents written by parents.

LEARN YOUR TIMES TABLE
Do you need to learn your Times Table?
Use music/songs to learn them! Click HERE
Using your fingers! Click HERE

Times Educational Supplement (TES)


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Ofqual (keeps you up todate with changes in education in the U.K)

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Quiz Corner

December, 2011

How many different sized-triangles
are there in the above shape?
The answer is given on the QUIZ PAGE.

For more questions, click the link QUIZ PAGE.

All QUIZES are now on the MAIN QUIZ PAGE




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