20 best chicken recipes: part 1 Simon Hopkinson and Lindsey Bareham’s roast chicken Servesgood butter 110g, at room temperaturefree-range chicken 1.8 kgsalt and pepperlemon 1thyme or tarragon or a mixture of the two, several sprigsgarlic 1 clove, peeled and crushed Preheat the oven to 230C/gas mark 8. Smear the butter with your hands all over the bird. Nuffield Foundation This site provides resources for teaching the use of mathematics and statistics. The resources are self-contained and can be used for any lessons where the context or skills are relevant. Nuffield Mathematics resources are divided into three levels and can be used to support a wide variety of qualifications, including Free-Standing Mathematics Qualifications (FSMQs), A/AS Use of Mathematics and the new Core Maths qualifications. We provide schemes of work for using the resources to support Use of Mathematics and FSMQs. We have also outlined which resources are relevant to each of the six new Core Maths qualifications.
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NRICH Teachers Primary Pupils Secondary Students Events and PD "It gave me some good ideas to use in the classroom and ... a link that I can get all of the activities from." Book NRICH Bespoke PDBook Forthcoming EventsBook our Hands-on Roadshow Animations for A level Last week I presented on A level resources at Stuart Price's 'Maths in the Sticks' event. I spoke briefly about how we can use animations to support our explanations of mathematical concepts. Many teachers already make use of programmes such as Geogebra, Autograph and Desmos, but here I'm talking specifically about animated gifs that teachers can simply paste into a PowerPoint. Gifs run on a loop so students can watch them for a while, providing 'thinking time' in the lesson and allowing new ideas to click into place. I use gifs alongside physical demonstrations where possible, for example when I teach Volume of Revolution I show animations and use paper props too (see Gems 45). So where can you get animated maths gifs?
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lhmaths This page contains a selection of my resources for use in Mathematics classrooms. Enjoy! Starter Activities All of the following are short activities designed for use either with students whiteboards or traffic light cards (multi-choice questions). Number:
MEDIAN Don Steward secondary maths teaching: surds watch the youtube clip Golden Section IV by Jo Niemeyer establish that the lengths indicated are in a 'golden' ratio if you fit three identical circles inside a semicircle: it is not too difficult to show that the ratio of the bigger radius to the smaller one is twice the golden ratio the golden ratio occurs in various ratios of sides in a pentagon
Surds When we can't simplify a number to remove a square root (or cube root etc) then it is a surd. Example: √2 (square root of 2) can't be simplified further so it is a surd Example: √4 (square root of 4) can be simplified (to 2), so it is not a surd! Have a look at some more examples: Passports I originally stumbled upon Maths Passports when searching for ideas for departmental displays. I was lucky enough to find lots of pictures on twitter and came across Mr Collins Blog. I took the idea of the passports and edited them to make it work for my school. The videos link to several youtube maths tutorials, which I am hoping to gradually change with videos of my own. (Pupils seem to prefer videos made by their own teacher). I have also attempted to incorporate @MathedUp's passport mats within the design.