# Simple and Compound Interest for KS3 to GCSE

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## Simple and Compound Interest is a completely interactive lesson for learners taking GCSE (1-9).

Learning Objectives: In this lesson, learners will be able to solve problems involving percentage change, including percentage increase, decrease and original value problems and simple interest in financial mathematics.

What is in the lesson:

• 34 interactive slides;
• Drag and drop activities with instant learner feedback;
• Differentiated questions upper and lower bounds, as well as answers
• Printable interactive worksheets

Teachers can use this lesson for whole-class teaching. It can also be used for practice and revision by learners at home.

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