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#### data collection presentation post assessment statistics geography maths independent

A worksheet to use with pupils post assessment. Students firstly create a percentage from their test score. They then collect data from their peers and fill in the table. Once completed, they order the data and calculate the mean &amp; median. They then plot the data as a stack graph or double bar graph (boys &amp; girls). To finish, they complete the target setting sheet. Data can be analysed once all elements have been done. Can be used with all year groups, but works well for KS3.

#### Tally Charts PPT

This is a great resource to teach a lesson on tally charts. Can be used to guide the lesson and used interactively on the white board. LO: I understand how to use a tally chart to record observations. Can be edited to suit your class.

#### Edexcel A2 Past Papers (2017 New Spec!) including practice material

Three powerpoints for stats mechanics and pure questions. I have tried to structure the questions again in order of topic. Due to the papers just being released, no mark scheme is available yet and I will upload these upon release. I have attached all practice material released including specimen papers and sample assessment material. For further practice material the old spec powerpoints still have dozens of good questions available and I will leave them up and available.

#### Statistics Revision Worksheets

6 Revision Worksheets to help revise Statistics for A level Maths. Includes: Correlation and Regression Data Discrete Random Variables Normal Distribution Probability General Revision Questions

A worksheet which covers calculating missing probabilities in the form of decimals, percentages and fractions with a couple of application. Has been used with KS3 and KS4 Please feel free to give feedback

#### Year 6 Maths SAT Final Test

Do you want to assess your students achievements in Mathematics and see whether they are ready to move up to Secondary? Then this is the perfect resource, which determines whether students have met the end of year expectations for Year 6.

#### Drawing and Interpreting Pie Charts

Used with a low ability class - starts of with recognising fractions and interpreting that in terms of the total amount of people represented before moving on to shading in sectors and a very detailed step by step guide to calculating and measuring out angles with a protactor.

#### World Cup Russia 2018 - Maths Colour me in (Great end of term / transition activity!)

Use this sheet to get students to colour in the corresponding sections to create the world cup logo! Really easy and simple to use with a wide range of students. Great for end of term / transition /after mocks!

#### GCSE 9-1 Targeting Grade 8/9

Maths GCSE 9-1 Targeting Grade 8/9

#### Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 5

Enjoy the Football World Cup 2018 with this whodunnit activity for Year 5. A great revision task of the Year 5 objectives. The Football World Cup trophy has been stolen and you have been set the challenge of finding out who stole it, when, why and where it was hidden. Solve the questions to find all the answers. Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 4 Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 3

#### Data Analysis Worksheet - Graph Analysis

This resource was made for lower secondary students to get them to analyse the features of data - in this case a graph. Students must analyse the graph in order to do the questions. The subject is geographical in nature - “deaths by broad cause group in the city of Jakarta”. It could be used in the subjects of geography and maths.

#### World Cup 2018 Data Handling

Microsoft Excel required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened Compose your own questions Randomly generated data on all the Group Round matches A to H Data includes number of Shots at goal, Corner kicks, Free kicks, Throw ins, Yellow Cards, Red Cards, Penalties, Substitutions. A separate data fie on randomly generated attendance numbers for all the Group Round matches. Wordsearch containing all 32 participating countries Totals, &lt; &gt; , Averages, Ordering, Graphing, Percentages, Nearest … Flexible resource - Extension work, Homework …

#### GCSE 9-1 Mathematics

GCSE 9-1 Mathematics Textbook

#### FIFA 2018 WORLD CUP WORKSHEET WITH MARK SCHEME ALL ABOUT UEFA QUALIFYING

This resource is perfect for a maths or topic lesson about the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup. The children have 2 information sheets full of statistics about the qualifying rounds from the UEFA website © They must then answer various problems using a variety of mathematical skills. It comes with a mark scheme so the children can self mark or it won’t take the class teacher long at all! Perfect resource to use during the world cup! ENJOY - and check out some of my other World Cup Resources!

#### Maths World Cup Predictions Planner

Pupils will need to list the combinations for the fixtures for each group stage and then state their score predictions for each fixture. Once this is completed, they will need to fill in the Group Table. From their group tables they will then fill in the knockout stages and their predictions The end product will be to predict the number of goals scored in total You may wish to extend this by calculating the mean goals scored for each stage/game and compare to previous World Cup competitions Included is a printable Word Doc which contains the tables to complete and the knockout planner too. Also is a Active Studio presentation Should last a couple of lessons and ideal to have on while a match is on!

#### World Cup 2018 Maths Quiz

Aimed at KS3 but could be used with KS4 too. There are several topics covered - flag symmetries, map scales, number problems, scale map skills and statistics. You will need to print the maps and data sheet for those rounds.

#### 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP

This bundle includes 3 seperate Maths lessons with mark schemes and follow up moving on comments. Save yourself some money by buying them all together rather than seperately!

#### FIFA FOOTBALL WORLD CUP WORKSHEET WITH ANSWERS AND FEEDBACK

Do you have children who love football and can’t wait for the world cup? This resource is perfect. It includes FIFA style rating cards for the entire Brazil Football squad. The children are then set different mathematical challenges based on the numerical values of the player ratings. It develop Numeracy skills such as: Finding the difference, calculating the mean (average), totaling, finding the SUM and more… Really engaging for those children who are mad about football. Brilliant for you the teacher as the mark scheme is included (could be printed and given to the children to self mark) and also has working on comments as a challenge!

#### Maths Skills

Practice data handling. Well used in conjunction with another of my lessons; graph skills.

#### World Cup 2018 Russia - All about the England Squad (Maths / Data)

I have collected several bits of data regarding the chosen england squad for the upcoming world cup. The questions include: Reading and organising data, averages, range and Probability. All the data and answers are provided to make this a super easy activity to buy ans use! Great for engagement at the End of assessment weeks or the End of term.

#### World Cup 2018 - Russia -How far do England have to travel? (Maths)

Included is a map of the stadiums being used in the world cup (it is important that the map is printed A3). Questions ask pupils to find the distances between stadiums , and how far he England team will have to travel during their group stage. Topis covered are using scale, conversion between miles and Km, measuring distance, time and speed. Answers provided. Great World Cup activity for KS3 AND KS4. Great to engage pupils after Assessment Weeks or End of term.

#### Crack The Safe - Sets and Venn Diagrams

Two “Crack The Safe” activities, one on reading Venn diagrams and the other using set notation. These are designed to be used as a starter or a plenary and allow students to self-mark as possible answers are shown but more that they require to avoid guessing.

#### World Cup Probability

Thank you to Oxfam for the layout. The probability of teams winning the world cup and how rankings play an effect. Use the ranking questions template I have added a probability codebreaker to use as well

#### FIFA 2018 WORLD CUP WORKSHEET WITH MARK SCHEME

(It does look a bit strange that some of the writing doesnt fit in the box properly on the LO but this is just in the preview, it will be all lined up when you download) Attached is the official FIFA rankings as of the 4th June 2018. The children must use this information to solve the variety of mathematical problems. Brilliant KS2 lesson in the run up to the world cup. I also did a follow up lesson where the children had to produce a bar chart of the top 5 teams in the world and then 5 teams of their choice - they absolutely loved it. This resource also includes a mark scheme and a feedback questions to reduce your workload! Enjoy! Once downloaded this is editable through microsoft word to make it easier/harder to suit your class.

#### Constructing pie charts - Do It, Twist It

A Maths resource split into fluency (Do It), reasoning (Twist It), and problem solving (Deepen It) sections all looking at constructing pie charts. Planned together by @HowWeTeachIt and @mr_man_maths

#### Extracting data from pie charts - Do It, Twist It

A Maths resource split into fluency (Do It), reasoning (Twist It), and problem solving (Deepen It) sections involving the extraction of data from pie charts. Planned together by @HowWeTeachIt and @mr_man_maths

#### Analysing Pie Charts - Do It, Twist It

A Maths resource split into fluency (Do It), reasoning (Twist It), and problem solving (Deepen It) sections all about the analysis of pie charts. Planned together by @HowWeTeachIt and @mr_man_maths

#### Summer Term Examination or Practice Paper /100 (Years 7 and/or 8)

Summer Term Examintaion or Practice Paper 2018 with Mark Scheme/Answers included Can also be used as a revision exercise in class or given for prep/homework Suitable for Years 7 and/or 8 Also successfully used to test the more able students in Year 6 Topics under review in this paper:- Basic Operations (Word Problems) BIDMAS/BODMAS Product of Prime Factors Decimal Fractions: Multiplication and Division Percentage Conversion: Decimal Fraction to Common Fraction in Simplest Terms Ordering Percentages; Decimal Fractions and Common Fractions Fractions - Problem Solving Surface Area and Volume Algebra: Substitution Algebra: Simplifying Algebra: Multiplication and Division Algebra: Multiplying out Brackets Algebra: Factorising Fully Algebra: Solving Equations From a Chart: Mode; Median; Mean; Range Scatter Graph SDT Angles Transformations: Drawing and labeling an equation (straight line); Reflection (Across the drawn in straight line equation); Rotation (Around a given point); Translating From a chart to be completed: Probability Straight Line Graph Completing a Pie Chart from information supplied

#### RUSSIA 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP STADIUM MATHS PROBLEMS DIFFERENTIATED WITH MARK SCHEME

This resource uses a map of the football stadiums used in the 2018 football world cup. The children must use the information to answer the questions. There is a mark scheme provided so the children can self mark, or you can mark it yourself very quickly and easily. The Higher ability sheet contains some questions using the MEAN which makes it perfect for stretching those high attainers! Photo credit: Alamy ©

#### Crack The Safe - Probability

Four sets of “Crack The Safe” worksheets that get increasingly difficult regarding probability. These allow students to self-check rather than rely on the teacher as possible solutions are given, but more than required to prevent guessing. These work nicely as starters or plenaries for me.

#### World cup of Maths Football activity KS2/ KS3

Year groups KS2 and KS3 Learning objective: Comparing data using the mean, median and mode. Activity Students are to calculate the number equivalent of the letters in the names of the national teams taking part in the world cup. They are then to complete the mean, mode, median and range of the data. Each matchday they compare the specified result to find a winner. 3 Points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw. The teams are then to be placed in a league table, if teams are tied on points then the mode can be used to order them further.

#### REVISION WORKSHEETS (100 MARKS)

REVISION WORKSHEETS 100 marks Suitable for years 7 and 8 Enrichment for YEAR 6 Topics Percentage (profit and loss) Fractions – problem solving Probability – table Mean, median, mode range - table Answers included

#### Standard Form Lesson

Lesson on Standard Form with PowerPoint and differentiated activities.

#### Year 3 World Cup 2018 Maths - All Topics - Differentiated Levels

These Year 3 World Cup and football themed maths questions are split into 3 differentiated levels. Each level contains 30 problems with answers. The questions cover all areas of the curriculum and are perfect for celebrating the World Cup with your class! The higher level (Super Super Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 3 curriculum and some questions from the Year 4 curriculum. The intermediate level (Super Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 3 curriculum. The lower level (Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 2 curriculum. No further preparation required.

#### SSDD Questions

These questions are inspired by Craig Barton’s SSDD questions who got the idea from an article on the benefits of interleaved mathematics by D. Rohrer et al. SSDD stands for ‘same surface different deep’ and the idea is that as teachers we become overconfident in students ability to use a technique to solve a problem as in most lessons students already know what technique to apply as they have already been told that’s what they will be doing in the lesson. Usually students apply one technique to solve a variety of problems in any one lesson. SSDD questions turn this on its head by having what looks like one problem but students are then asked questions that will require a variety of strategies to solve them. The aim is that students become more adept at identifying the strategy required to solve the problem without being told this first. The slides here can be used as they are but could also be adapted and extended for your own use. They are suitable as starters but a collection of questions could be used as the main part of a lesson.

#### Converting data - tally, pictogram and bar chart.

A worksheets that requires children to conduct a survey using a tally chart and then apply their findings to a pictogram and a bar chart.

#### FIFA World Cup 2018 - Comprehension & Maths Activities

COMPREHENSION This is a comprehension I made for my year 4 class. There are three different sets: one that can be used like a booklet, where the text and questions are on the same page with mostly retrieval questions one where the text is separate to the questions and questions are a mix of retrieval and more higher order including vocabulary one where the text is separate to the questions and questions are varied from giving evidence from the text to vocabulary questions etc. I think it can be used with high year 2 as well as KS2. The actual information text is attached as reading sheet. Both in word and PDF MATHS This resource consists of the following five mostly differentiated activities related to the World Cup: Problem-solving lesson with notebook and 3 differentiated sheets. Children design new football kit for their favourite national team consisting of tshirts, shorts (and socks) and find all possibilities of combining them when using 2 (3) colours. Bar chart lesson. Children use data from a Workd Cup table and put it into a bar chart. Differentiated. First bar chart in ones up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Second bar chart in twos up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Third bar chart in tens up to 230 where children enter amount of goals scored in world cups for several nations. All bar charts have at least 5 follow-up questions. First two probably more suited to KS1, last one to KS2. Symmetry activity. Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them into symmetrical and not symmetrical. Included is another sheet on explaining our reasoning - choose two non-symmetrical flags - what would need to be changed so they are symmetrical, explain. Sorting Activity: Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them using their own criteria into a Venn or Carroll diagram. A quick activity on comparing two flags - how are they the same and how are they different. One activity where children use information on who won the world cup when and put the countries in chronological order by year. One scaffolded sheet and one not scaffolded. All activities attached as word and pdf files in case the word files don’t open properly. I SELL BOTH SEPARATELY AS WELL IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SAVE MONEY.

#### FIFA World Cup 2018 Maths Activities - Symmetry, Data Handling, Problem-Solving

This resource consists of the following six mostly differentiated activities related to the World Cup: Problem-solving lesson with notebook and 3 differentiated sheets. Children design new football kit for their favourite national team consisting of tshirts, shorts (and socks) and find all possibilities of combining them when using 2 (3) colours. Bar chart lesson. Children use data from a Workd Cup table and put it into a bar chart. Differentiated. First bar chart in ones up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Second bar chart in twos up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Third bar chart in tens up to 230 where children enter amount of goals scored in world cups for several nations. All bar charts have at least 5 follow-up questions. First two probably more suited to KS1, last one to KS2. Symmetry activity. Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them into symmetrical and not symmetrical. Included is another sheet on explaining our reasoning - choose two non-symmetrical flags - what would need to be changed so they are symmetrical, explain. Sorting Activity: Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them using their own criteria into a Venn or Carroll diagram. A quick activity on comparing two flags - how are they the same and how are they different. One activity where children use information on who won the world cup when and put the countries in chronological order by year. One scaffolded sheet and one not scaffolded. All activities attached as word and pdf files in case the word files don’t open properly. For just £1 more, you can get this as well as a comprehension. Search my shop for ’FIFA World Cup 2018 - Comprehension &amp; Maths Activities’

#### Reading Comprehension, Inference,Problem Solving/Homework Activities for KS2 children

This lovely collection of KS2 reading comprehension/problem solving activities will provide you with a fun and stimulating way to challenge your children. The activities have been contextualised around the theme of moving house and include reading/inference questions, mathematical problems and the opportunity to interpret information presented in a variety of ways. The resource comes with a set of answers which can be used either to aid speed of marking or for children to check their own answers.

#### Time: working with a TV Schedule

This resource will allow children to develop and increase their understanding of time and the terminology that typically goes along with it. The children will fill in the gaps of a TV schedule which includes start time, finish time and duration

#### Year 5 Timetables Summer Block 4 Step 6 Lesson Pack

This Year 5 Timetables lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes two reasoning and one problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.