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AGREE LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Topic: Number. LO: To be able to do prime factor decomposition. PREPARE FOR LEARNING. STARTER. What is a multiple ? What is the Lowest Common Multiple ? What is a factor ? What is the Highest Common Factor ? What is a prime factor ?

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AGREE LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Topic: Number

LO:To be able to do prime factor decomposition.

PREPARE FOR LEARNING

STARTER

What is a multiple? What is the Lowest Common Multiple?

What is a factor? What is the Highest Common Factor?

What is a prime factor?

List as many prime numbers as you can in ascending order?

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PRESENT NEW INFO

PRIME NUMBERS

Gann's Square of Nine and Spiral Properties of Prime numbers

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CONSTRUCT MEANING

PRIME FACTOR DECOMPOSITION

2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19

http://screencast.com/t/UgrlPgs9lTu

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DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING

NOW DO THE WORKSHEET…

EXTENSION… PRIME FACTORS OF 2345, 4567, 6789 and 123456789 (You can use a calculator!)

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DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING

NOW DO THE ASSESSMENT SHEET…

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REVIEW

SO WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?

LO: To be able to do prime factor decomposition.

Can you work out the prime factors of these in your head…?

49

121

57

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