Tom Rocks Maths Appeal Video 2 – Distance-Time Graphs

Lesson 2 in our new Tom Rocks Maths Appeal YouTube series is OUT NOW! 

Team Maths Appeal (me and Bobby Seagull) have joined forces with the University of Oxford mathematician,Dr Tom Crawford (aka Tom Rocks Maths) to explore and teach topics from the GCSE Maths syllabus. We aim to show the world that maths is accessible to everyone!

In this episode we teach Distance-Time Graphs. Tom introduces the topic, Bobby applies it to Usain Bolt’s 100-metre world record, and Susan uses an interactive resource on GeoGebra to check the learning

Direct links to each video section below:

Tom (Introduction) 0:40

Bobby (Usain Bolt) 7:55

Susan (GeoGebra) 12:07

Here is the GeoGebra activity link: so try along with the video.

Follow Up Resources 

Here are suggestions of maths resources to consolidate your learning once you have watched our video. (You can also find the web links to these resources in the YouTube video description).

Video 2 – Distance Time Graphs

– Mixed Speed, Distance & Time resources (Worksheets & videos) – Corbett Maths:

– Mixed Speed, Distance & Time resources (interactive questions & videos) – Maths Kitchen: 

GCSE exam questionsDistance-Time Graphs – KeshMaths: 

Here is the KeshMaths list of all topics with videos of worked examples and GCSE exam questions and solutions:

Note: There are many GCSE Maths resources out there but I have selected these because I often use them when I teach this subject to my students.  

I hope you find our videos enjoyable and useful! Please let us know what you think. Suggestions are very welcome. Our aim is to help as many people see that maths is for everyone and can be fun! 

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