I was teaching how to solve quadratic inequalities to my Year 12 class and wanted them to have a 'step by step' instruction guide to use as a reference when answering questions. @MsSteel_Maths appeared on my twitter feed as she had been re-tweeted by someone I followed. It was because of this I found her website and read the blog foldables which grabbed my attention. One of the brilliant ideas mentioned seemed to fit the bill and is a very simple but effective way for students to follow a process.
I split each circle in half. On the top half I wrote the generic steps of how to solve similar problems. On the bottom half of the circle I did a worked example for each step. Here are pictures of each side I did for solving quadratic inequalities.
Thank you @MsSteel_Maths for sharing this idea - anything to make revision more interesting and memorable is appreciated!