Was slightly against putting these up as it’s not a complete topic yet, and probably won’t be for a while.

These are lessons to be taken ‘off the shelf’. Each ppt contains an explanation, several different tasks, a problem solving task and a learning check. These require no printing.

Expanding double brackets: I’ve used grid

Factorising : I have tried to use some advice from the Dan Meyer blog If Math(s) is the asprin, what is the headache? I’ve seen Dan Meyer speak. He was brilliant. I recommend following his blog. PowerPoint includes quadratics with $$a>0$$. Was pretty proud of the problem solving task on this one.

### Richard

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