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# Direct and Inverse Proportions GCSE Interactive Lesson

Direct and Inverse Proportions is a completely interactive lesson designed for GCSE learners that include 9-1 reasoning and problem-solving questions.

£5.29

## Direct and Inverse Proportions is a completely interactive lesson designed for GCSE learners that include 9-1 reasoning and problem solving content. Perfect for both higher and foundation and a great way to introduce proportion.

What they will learn:
Recap ratio and proportions
Understand that proportions are used to compare a part to a whole
Understand that X is inversely proportional to Y is equivalent to X is proportional to 1/y
Interpret equations that describe direct and inverse proportion

What you get with this lesson:
52 interactive slides with content that is engaging, which will encourage learners to learn, practice, test themselves, understand concepts faster, and achieve results quicker.
Highly immersive, differentiated activities, multiple-choice questions, user-input questions.
Activities that will allow learners to be actively engaged, rather than just passively watching and reading.
Instant learner feedback with direct and inverse proportions questions and answers that are intuitive so they get immediate insight into their progress.
Flashcards and worksheets for consolidation, hereby creating a unique learner experience.

What this lesson can be used for:
Skill consolidation
Revision, practice, home learning
Flashcards and Worksheets can be printed, laminated to be used as many times as possible.
Starter activity and/or plenary

This is a single-user license. Unlimited use for you and your students. However, you may not distribute additional copies to friends or fellow teachers.

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