Active A-Level Mathematics
A collection of ideas from Susan Wall for use in the A-level mathematics classroom. The activities are written in a manner designed to engage student participation, promote discussion and enhance understanding. Each activity is accompanied by teacher notes suggesting how the task should be approached. The tasks are designed to be an integral part of the learning process allowing students to experience the joy of mathematical discovery for themselves.
This collection from Susan Wall, is a more comprehensive version of the resource 'Thinking Questions'. Each resource contains a number of open–ended questions which explore understanding and allow a variety of approaches. Each question is easily accessible but can be extended to make a more complex problem....
Three advanced level lesson ideas from Susan Wall designed to explore the properties of circles and their equations. Each activity is accompanied by teacher notes suggesting how the activity could be delivered and possible extension ideas.
The first activity requires students to match the equations of...
To increase confidence and fluency, students need to spend time practising the basic definition and rules of logarithms and be able to apply the rules in more complex expressions. This resource, from Susan Wall, contains four advanced level activities designed to practise the basics and extend understanding of...
This resource, from Susan Wall, contains five advanced level activities designed to practise and strengthen understanding of the use of notation when dealing with sequences and series. Each resource starts with teacher notes followed by a student activity.
Introduction to sequences and series...
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