**Lesson 1: Volume of Cones / Pyramids
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@simonteaches oooh get them to build cubes out of square based pyramids #mathsTLP

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solve my maths (@solvemymaths) October 11, 2015

@simonteaches Goes well with volume of a cone. Here's a nice hw on these two topics from @Stacy_Maths prethomework.weebly.com/uploads/4/0/4/… #mathsTLP

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Jo Morgan (@mathsjem) October 11, 2015

@simonteaches AQA June 2014 paper 1 Higher has good nice question on pyramid/ frustum! #mathsTLP

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Mark (@WinterOfDespair) October 11, 2015

@simonteaches nrich.maths.org/1408
geogebra.org/material/show/…
#mathsTLP

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solve my maths (@solvemymaths) October 11, 2015

**Lesson 2: Simultaneous Equations (Elimination Method)**

@solvemymaths @fractionfanatic I'd started with a worded problem, with one co-eff matching, form equations, develop method from there

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fmaths (@fmaths42) October 11, 2015

@fractionfanatic start with same coefficient of y, then of x, then one coefficient as factor of the other
#mathsTLP

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solve my maths (@solvemymaths) October 11, 2015

@fractionfanatic @solvemymaths Its the way I'd always start for the algebraic method, guides students to where they need to get to #mathsTLP

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fmaths (@fmaths42) October 11, 2015

@fractionfanatic @mathsjem #mathstlp Also bits of tes.com/teaching-resou…

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Martin Armstrong (@TravellingBlue) October 11, 2015

**Lesson 3: Ratios**

@W4LDO
millions:
reflectionsinthewhy.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/sel…
map.mathshell.org/lessons.php?co…
teacher.desmos.com/tilepile
goo.gl/RYM7kR
#mathsTLP

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Chris K (@k_sirhc) October 11, 2015

@k_sirhc @W4LDO and
solvemymaths.com/2015/04/28/5-m…
solvemymaths.com/2015/05/31/rat…
#mathsTLP

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solve my maths (@solvemymaths) October 11, 2015

@W4LDO
goo.gl/7A3u3j
emergentmath.com/2013/05/02/if-…

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Chris K (@k_sirhc) October 11, 2015

@W4LDO
goo.gl/Wy8WSq
goo.gl/aATPHp
180days2012-13.fawnnguyen.com/2013/06/03/day…
101qs.com/2038-bone-coll…

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Chris K (@k_sirhc) October 11, 2015

@W4LDO There's a nice video clip on YouTube of a man blowing up different ratios of hydrogen and oxygen. #mathsTLP

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Rob Anthony (@RobAnthony01) October 11, 2015

@W4LDO #mathstlp You could challenge students to say what facts they see in a simple image such as this ... http://t.co/Y43vhvF0js

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Mary Pardoe (@PardoeMary) October 11, 2015

@W4LDO Got to go with the bar model! My prezi here has some useful examples prezi.com/mmqgbm9g1lek/s…

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Mr Mattock (@MrMattock) October 11, 2015

@W4LDO As a plenary exercise I get my pupils to organise themselves into ratios of my choosing #mathsTLP

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Gillian Mathewson (@gmathewson1) October 11, 2015