Five really comprehensive, free schemes of work - one for each level of reformed Functional Mathematics.
Each document lists the reformed content and suggests the number of GLH (guided learning hours) to devote to each descriptor. The order of teaching is left to the teacher's discretion. Each topic / content descriptor is explored in detail with handy lists of:
Skillsheets have some rather nice, completely free, Functional Maths PPTs/PDFs based on driving. (Select 'Functional Skills' and then 'Samples'.)
One is based on data handling and looks to be aimed at L1-2. The other focuses on units and is aimed at E3-L2.
This is a marvellous and very practical site full of accessible adult resources that are ideal for teaching maths AND English.
New site from a UK maths teacher who wants to share the many resources he has created to aid conceptual teaching. Files are for interactive whiteboards (Smart Notebook and ActivInspire Flipchart format) and the majority come with a Word document lesson plan (these are great!), a PPT, and a worksheet.
There is also a section on proof and some Tarsia PDF resources.
Lots of interactive maths resources categorised by level, topic and context. Content includes videos, Hot Potatoes, Quia activities, quizzes, tarsia puzzles, links to other sites. Very useful to help find activities on a particular topic/level. Covers levels from E1 to L2.
I have found this site very useful for understanding maths. There are clear explanations of basic maths concepts such as geometry, algebra, etc. I think tutors will find it useful if they need a ‘brush up’ and I have also recommended it to my students as there are interactive exercises, games and maths puzzles. There’s also an illustrated maths dictionary and small worksheet section.