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Checking Progress Across Lesson Our Aims: • To develop the departments use of AFL. • To use different learning strategies in our classrooms. • To inspire our students to take control of their learning and help them become independent.

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Checking Progress Across Lesson

Our Aims:• To develop the departments use of AFL.• To use different learning strategies in our

classrooms.• To inspire our students to take control of their

learning and help them become independent.

Checking progress

Checking progress

• Levelled Learning Objectives

Levelled Learning ObjectivesChallenge Objectives (levelled)

Today I will learn to expand and simplify algebraic expressions.GCSE Grade D to A*

Key Words• Expand • Simplify• Brackets • Coefficient• Bracket

2(3 + m) and 3a(2b – 5a) are Grade Dm(4 +p) + p(3 + m) are Grade C(a + 3)(a – 4) and (a – 3)² are Grade C +(3a – 2)(2a + 4) and (4a – 5)² are Grade BCHALLENGE OBJECTIVE – expand and simplify surds √3(2 - √3) is Grade A*

Checking progress

• Progress sheets for students to complete during the lesson

Checking progress

• Progress sheets for students to complete during the lesson

Progress Evidence 2(3 + m) Grade Dm(4 +p) + p(3 + m) Grade C(a + 3)(a – 4)Grade C +(4a – 5)² Grade B√3(2 - √3) Grade A

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• Use of mini whiteboards to illustrate progress

Checking progress

• Use of mini whiteboards to illustrate progress

Grade D5(a + 2) 6(b – 3) c(3 – c)

Show me: 8(d + 2) 9(e – 3)f(f + 3)

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• Traffic light cards/ thumbs up thumbs down

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• 5 to 1

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• Multiple choice traffic lights

Checking progress

• Multiple choice traffic lights

a² + 9a - 18 a² + 9a + 18 a² + 18a + 9

Expand (a + 6)(a + 3) Grade C,show me the colour of the correct answer

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• Post-it note challenge

Answer the hardest question that you can.Once done and put your answer on the post-it note (on the sticky side)Put your name on the front. When you are ready go and stick it on the wall with the appropriate grade.

Checking progress

• Post-it note challengeDo the hardest question that you can.Once done and put your answer on the post-it note (on the sticky side)Put your name on the front. When you are ready go and stick it on the wall with the appropriate grade.

Expand: 3a(2b – 5a) Grade D3(4 + a) + a(3 + a) Grade C(a + 5)(a – 7) Grade C+(2a – 7)(3a + 2) Grade B√2(7 - √2) is Grade A*

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• Use of Success Criteria

Checking progress

• Use of Success CriteriaSuccess criteria to multiply out a double bracket, such as (c + 2) (c – 4)

1. Draw a multiplication grid2. Put the terms from the 1st bracket into the top of the multiplication grid3. Put the terms from the 2nd bracket into the vertical columns of the grid4. Multiply the terms together – be careful with the negatives5. Write the multiplied terms out under the multiplication grid6. Simplify where you can (remember you can’t add c² terms and c terms)

x c +2

c

-4

x c +2

c c² +2c

-4 -4c -8

x c +2

c c² +2c

-4 -4c -8

c² +2c -4c -8

x c +2

c c² +2c

-4 -4c -8

c² +2c -4c -8c² -2c -8

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

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• Differentiated levelled work and graded activitiesGrade D/C expand and simplify single brackets Grade C+ to B Expand and simplify double brackets

Grade D2(7 + d) a(3 – 5a)5b(9 – 4b + a)

Grade C +(a + 2)(a + 6) (3 - c)(c + 9)(a + 4)²

Grade Ca(2+p) + p(7 + a)d(3 – ad) + 4a( 3 – ad)7b(e – 2b) + 6(be – 2e)

Grade B(5a + 2)(2a + 3)(3a – 6)(2a + 3) (4a – 5)²

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• Self and peer assessmentSelf assessment Peer assessment Grade D2(7 + d)

Grade Ca(2+p) + p(7 + a)

Grade Ca(2+p) + p(7 + a)

Grade C +(a + 2)(a + 6)

Grade C +(a + 2)(a + 6)

Grade B(5a + 2)(2a + 3)

Grade B(5a + 2)(2a + 3)

I’ve done well with... You’ve done well with...

To improve I need to... To improve you need to...

Checking progress

Checking progress

• Formative written feedback/ marking gridsSelf assessment Mrs Phillips thinks...Grade D 2(7 + d)

Grade C a(2+p) + p(7 + a)

Grade C + (a + 2)(a + 6)

Grade B (5a + 2)(2a + 3)

I’ve done well with... You’ve done well with...

To improve I need to... To improve you need to...

http://wallwisher.com/ and https://linoit.com/

What teachers at Queensbury School said…

http://linoit.com/users/angmaxphil/canvases/Showing%20progress

Checking progress a recap...

• Levelled Learning Objectives• Use of mini whiteboards to illustrate progress• Traffic light cards/ thumbs up thumbs down• Multiple choice traffic lights• 5 to 1• Post-it note challenge• Progress sheets for students to complete during the lesson• Use of Success Criteria• Differentiated levelled work and graded activities• Formative written feedback/ marking grids• Self and peer assessment• http://wallwisher.com/ and https://linoit.com/• Student response pads

Checking Progress Across Lesson

Our Aims:• To develop the departments use of AFL.• To use different learning strategies in our

classrooms.• To inspire our students to take control of their

learning and help them become independent.