TES Maths Newsletter 2

May 22, 2014 - TES, TES Maths Newsletters

Check out the resources and links in the newsletter below. They all link to the very best TES Maths resources, which are completely free once you register on the website.

Star resources of the week

starMarvellous maths movies
10 of the best maths video clips uploaded to TES Resoruces.

Number and Algebra

The inequaliser
Students must work as detectives to solve a robbery using their ‘inequality’ skills.

Value for money
Comparing chocolate deals to see which offers the best value for money.

Shape and Space

True or false 3D shapes
10 questions on the properties of 3D shapes.

Loci problems lesson
Animations to help students visualise the concept of Loci.

Data and Statistics

Data handling taboo cards
A set of taboo cards covering major data handling topics.

Averages treasure hunt
Activity that can be used around the classroom or as a card sort. Challenge students to work out simple averages and more.

Post 16

Revision quiz 
An engaging set of pub-quiz style questions and answers.

Discovering e
A free online Autograph activity that allows students to discover the value of e.

Math movies

In the spotlight – Mathispower4u

Mathispower4u offers video tutorials to assist learning on demand for secondary maths students. Topics range from basic arithmetic to algebracalculus and beyond.

Advice from the TES Maths forum

GCSE maths results
Is there as big a problem with maths as there was with English?

The future is linear…
Are you thinking about abandoning modular a year early?

Edexcel Linear grade boundaries
Do you think they are fit for purpose?

How many GCSE maths lessons a week
Teachers compare how many lessons they teach and one teacher asks, �is three lessons a week enough�?

How have your remarks been going? Teachers compare the results so far.

Teaching negative numbers
Teachers share ideas of interesting ways to teach this topic.

Read the latest maths discussions

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