# Resources by RISPs

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### Algebra 2

The first of four RISP activities, Exploring Pascal's Triangle...

### Basic Algebra

Three RISP activities designed to introduce or consolidate basic algebraic skills.

Brackets Out, Brackets In: students are asked to insert integers into a statement containing brackets in order to...

### Coordinate Geometry

Seven RISP activities covering a range of topics, each one having some activity which explores coordinate geometry.

Circle Property:...

### Curve Sketching

Five RISP starters revise ideas of polynomials and curve-sketching, cover expanding brackets, solving equations graphically, and knowing how to sketch the graphs of curves.

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### Differentiation

This RISP activity introduces the subject of differentiation. Rather than start from first principles or learning a rule, the activity suggests using a graphing package to generate data. Starting with a quadratic graph, students find the gradient of the curve using a straight line graph and are encouraged arrive at...

### Differentiation 2

Two Special Cubes...

### eBook of Forty Risps

The eBook of Forty Rich Starting Points for A level Core (RISPs) contains all the activities for use in AS Level Core mathematics and A2 Level Core mathematics.Each RISP contains a student sheet outlining the activity and a teacher version containing guidance on how to use the RISP and additional information to...

### eBook of Forty Risps

This ebook provided by RISPs constitutes a collection of forty open-ended investigative activities for use in the A Level pure mathematics classroom. The book consists of two parts: the first part of the ebook lists all activities indexed by topic together with the teachers' notes. The second part advises on how to...

### Functions

The first of two RISP activities, Periodic Functions, asks students to write down as many periodic functions as they can. The activity progresses to look at what happens...

### Further Risps eBook

This resource contains forty ‘rich starting points’ (or risps) for those studying Further Mathematics A Level. Each risp activity aims to make learning more exploratory and open-ended whilst still covering the syllabus requirements.

Each activity contains prompts or questions to be shared with students,...