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Starter Cards - ALGEBRA. Introduction. These cards are designed to be used as mental and oral starters at Key Stages 2 to 4 Ideally they should be laminated with the sample key questions on the back

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introduction
Introduction
  • These cards are designed to be used as mental and oral starters at Key Stages 2 to 4
  • Ideally they should be laminated with the sample key questions on the back
  • Please add key questions of your own and adapt the cards to reflect the ability of your students
slide4
A1

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS

SUPPORT

CORE

EXTENSION

  • On your white boards, write down
  • One bigger than t
  • 2 greater than t
  • 4 less than t
  • Double t
  • t less than 5
  • On your whiteboards write down
  • m bigger than t
  • 4 less than double t
  • 3 greater than t and then doubled
  • t squared less than a
slide6
A2

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS

SUPPORT

CORE

EXTENSION

  • On your whiteboards, write down
  • If m = 2 what is the value of 5m ?
  • How about m = 3 , 1, a half ……
  • On your white boards, write down
  • One bigger than 5m
  • 2 greater than 5m
  • 4 less than 5m
  • Double 5m
  • 5m less than 5
  • Let m = 0.2 , 0.5 , a quarter ……
  • On your whiteboards write down
  • m bigger than 5m
  • 4 less than double 5m
  • 3 greater than 5m and then doubled
  • 5m squared less than a
  • Let m = 1.2, 0.6, …
slide8
A3

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS

SUPPORT

CORE

EXTENSION

  • On your whiteboards, write down
  • As many pairs of whole numbers as you can which add up to 6
  • On your white boards, write down
  • As many pairs of fractions which satisfy this equation
  • On your whiteboards write down
  • As many pairs of whole numbers which satisfy this equation – one number must be negative
  • As above with decimals and fractions
  • Express x in terms of y
slide10
A4

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS

SUPPORT

CORE

EXTENSION

  • On your whiteboards, write down
  • As many pairs of whole numbers as you can which make sense in this equation
  • On your white boards, write down
  • As many pairs of fractions which satisfy this equation
  • On your whiteboards write down
  • As many pairs of whole numbers which satisfy this equation – one number must be negative
  • As above with decimals and fractions
  • Express x in terms of y
using cards a5 to a8
Using cards A5 to A8
  • Give out the 4 cards to 4 pupils
  • Ask pupils to stand at the front of the class showing the cards
  • Give ‘x ‘ a value e.g x = 1
  • Ask the pupils to put themselves in order lowest to highest value of the expression
  • Repeat with other values, keep a record of card positions and ask for comments as x increases in value
  • Suitable for Core and Extension classes
slide16
A9

a , b , c , d…

slide17
A9

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS

SUPPORT

CORE

EXTENSION

  • These letters stand for numbers in a sequence. If the numbers go up in twos and a = 2, what are the other numbers?
  • How about if b = 6
  • d = 7 …..
  • The numbers now increase by 3 each time …..
  • The difference is 4 each time. If c = 11 what are the other numbers?
  • If d = 5 ……
  • Each number is double the previous number. If c = 12 what is a ?
  • ……..

The difference is 3 each time. If a =1 what is the nth term?

If a= 4, use the nth term to find the 10th term …….

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