The ones who made careless mistakes can write correct solutions before joining the above activity. Mean and Standard Deviation. Factorising and Solving Quadratic Equations I. In my next post I’ll discuss some ideas on how to structure A level lessons, how to use resources and how to organise and share resources. Remainder and Factor Theorem I. A-level Examination Q6 – Q Simultaneous Equations – Logarithms. Exponential, Log and Trig Functions.

Friction, Limiting Equilibrium, Coefficient of Friction. Using the Quadratic Formula without a Calculator. Differentiation Exam Questions II. Joanne Morgan 29 September at My next post will feature more ideas for teaching A level maths. Mean and Standard Deviation.

Indices and Differentiation Exam Questions.

Trapezium or Trapezoid Rule. The free tools include mind maps, flashcards, notes, quizzes and slides, with support for latex input.

Area bounded by a Curve II. Tangents and Normal I. The Ambiguous Case for the Sine Rule.

For more able students, I remove all the “hand-holding” interim steps, and just give them the final question. That’s the only time I personally find peer-teaching successful.

Geometric Sequences and Series. Integration by Parts Exam Questions I. Simplifying Algebraic Fractions II. Differentiation Exam Questions II. Equation of a Line II. What strategies and resources do the readers of this blog use to support all learners beyond directing their questions to appropriate students?


Matrices Inverse and Determinants. Integration by Parts Tutorial. Vector Equation of a Line.

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Differentiate Parametric Equations II. Differentiate Parametric Equations I. Area under a Graph Questions II. Function Exam Questions I. Proof by Induction I Summation of series, Divisibility.

Tangents and Stationary Points to Implicit Curves. Mechanics Exam Questions Friction. A Level Exam Practice.

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Binomial Expansion Beginners Tutorial I. Matrices Scalar, Multiplying Matrices. Parametric Equations and Cartesian. Area of a Triangle using Sine. Product Rule to find Tangents and Normals. The ones with gaps in their work can typically figure things out from each other’s work. Conditional Probability and Probability Tree Diagrams. Resolving Forces Splitting a Force into Components. Vector Exam Questions II. Basic Integration Exam Questions.

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines. Binomial Expansion Examples I. Integration of Exponential and Natural Log Functions.

A Level Maths

I’m interested in ideas people have for differentiating with mixed ability classes at 6th form. In my next post I’ll discuss some ideas on how to structure A level lessons, how to use resources sequemces how to organise and share resources. Mechanics Exam Questions Impulse, Momentum. We have a collection of videos, solutions, activities, worksheets and past year papers that are suitable for A Level Maths.


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Chain Rule Core 3. Even if it’s just a sign error, I’m a stickler for them rewriting a fully correct solution. A-level Examination Q5 – Q9. Area under a Graph Questions I.

Permutation and Combination Tutorial. Srries for S1 June I narrowed it down to ten, but there were many more I wanted to include. Complex Numbers 4 Sum and product of roots. Integration by Substitution Tutorial II.

Implicit Differentiation Exam Questions. Equation of Circle Tutorial 3. Or, I put the extra steps at the front, and students can do and get them if they need them or I do the same with “clues” at the front of the class.