IB MYP 3  Mathematics Criteria B, C and D Assessment

IB MYP 3 Mathematics Criteria B, C and D Assessment

IB MYP 3; Grade 8 Assessment for Criteria B:- Investigating Patterns Criteria C;- Communicating Criteria D:- Applying Mathematics to Real Life context Units mainly covered are:- Numbers:- Negative Numbers and Number operations Numbers:- Ratios ( two different assessment Tasks) Geometry:- Pi Investigations and Linear graphs Algebra;- Algebraic rules Probability:- tHe roulette Wheel These resources are meant to assist IB teacher teaching MYP 2 to have ideas of great assessment tasks and how Rubric is adapted to suit these assessment tasks. Some of the tasks have Task specific rubric for easier grading
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Timeline Chart - Kings, Queens and Rulers KS2

Timeline Chart - Kings, Queens and Rulers KS2

KS2 History - Kings, Queens and Rulers Timeline Chart This resource lists numerous kings, queens and rulers throughout history in chronological order, from Tutankhamun to Elizabeth II. This can be used to inform classroom activities or could be printed and used for display.
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Bar Graph Maker - Kings, Queens and Rulers KS2

Bar Graph Maker - Kings, Queens and Rulers KS2

KS2 History - Kings, Queens and Rulers Bar Graph Maker This is an interactive activity about making bar graphs to display information about different rulers throughout history. Scroll through the kings, queens and rulers and click the arrow to add them to the graph. You can switch between the graphs to compare the length of their reign or the age at which they came to power. These bar graphs can be printed so that pupils have the option to add their own commentary, observations or thoughts by hand. This is a great resource for pupils to explore how to compare and analyse data, either independently or in pairs.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Eye Colour -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Eye Colour - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Eye Colour This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a survey question, such as “what is the class’ most common eye colour?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a sports event image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Hobbies -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Hobbies - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Hobbies This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a survey question, such as “what is the class’ favourite hobby?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select an activity image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Bugs -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Bugs - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Bugs This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a question to investigate, such as “what is the class’ favourite bug?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a bug image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Toys -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Toys - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Toys This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a question to investigate, such as “what is the most popular toy?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a toy image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Food -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Food - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Food This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a question to investigate, such as “what is the class’ favourite food?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a food image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Pets -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Pets - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Pets This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a question to investigate, such as “what is the class’ favourite pet?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a pet image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Blank -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Blank - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool This interactive tool allows you to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Task pupils with devising and conducting their own survey. On the interactive graph pupils can type in the category titles, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Transport -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Transport - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Transport This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a question to investigate, such as “how do most of the class get to school?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a transport image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Digital Stopwatch - KS1 Measurement

Digital Stopwatch - KS1 Measurement

KS1 Measurement - Digital Stop Watch This is a digital stopwatch, which is perfect to display on the interactive whiteboard and use for classroom activities. Simply enter the amount of time you’d like the timer to run for, then hit play.
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Interactive Grapher Tool: Favourite Sport -  KS1 Statistics

Interactive Grapher Tool: Favourite Sport - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Interactive Grapher Tool for Sports This interactive tool allows pupils to record data and then present it as a tally chart, number totals, pictogram or block graph. Present pupils with a question to investigate, such as “what is the class’ favourite sport?”. On the interactive graph pupils can select a sports event image and type in the category title, and then use the plus and minus buttons to record data. This is a great tool to use with the whole class to explore recording and analysing data using a graph.
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Digital Sand Timer - KS1 Measurement

Digital Sand Timer - KS1 Measurement

KS1 Measurement - Digital Sand Timer This is a digital sand timer, which is perfect to display on the interactive whiteboard and use for classroom activities. Simply enter the amount of time you’d like the timer to run for, then hit play.
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Blank Survey Worksheet - KS1 Statistics

Blank Survey Worksheet - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Blank Survey Worksheet This is a blank worksheet for pupils to carry out their own survey. Pupils can set their own question (i.e. what is the most common shoe size in the class?), then conduct a survey in which they collect and record the results. This is a great activity for introducing pupils to statistics as they practise collecting and analysing data.
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Favourite Sport Survey Worksheet - KS1 Statistics

Favourite Sport Survey Worksheet - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Favourite Sport Survey Worksheet This worksheet tasks pupils with finding out what their class’ favourite sport is. Pupils survey the class and keep a tally of the results. This activity gives pupils experience of collecting and analysing data. This can be extended by asking pupils to create a bar graph of the data they collected, using the block graph template included in this resource.
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Data Handling Vocabulary Mat - KS1 Measurement

Data Handling Vocabulary Mat - KS1 Measurement

KS1 Measurement - Data Handling Vocabulary Mat This is a helpful word bank for reference during data handling tasks. Use it to encourage pupils to explore assessing and comparing data, as well as how data is collected. This document is editable and has blank boxes for you to add your own words.
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Stopwatch Investigation Worksheet - KS1 Measurement

Stopwatch Investigation Worksheet - KS1 Measurement

KS1 Measurement - Stopwatch Investigation Worksheet This is a worksheet for pupils to practise recording time on a stopwatch. Pupils pick a timed activity (i.e. run across the playground), and estimate how long they thing it will take. They then record the activity on their stopwatch to see how accurate their estimation was. This is a simple activity that gives pupils practise in measuring and recording time.
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Planning a Sports Day Activity - KS1 Statistics

Planning a Sports Day Activity - KS1 Statistics

KS1 Statistics - Planning a Sports Day Activity This worksheet tasks pupils with planning their own sports day, specifically explaining how the events will be measured, any specific rules and how they will determine who won the event. The activity is a great way of engaging pupils with statistics by exploring how to record, collect and analyse data.
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Sand Timer Investigation Worksheet - KS1 Measurement

Sand Timer Investigation Worksheet - KS1 Measurement

KS1 Measurement - Sand Timer Investigation Worksheet This is a worksheet for pupils to practise recording time using a sand timer. Pupils pick an action and see how many they can do before the time runs out (i.e. jumping, writing their name, say the alphabet etc.) They estimate how many they think they can do, and then record the activity to see how accurate their estimation was. This is a simple exercise that gives pupils practise in measuring and recording time.
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Mean, Median, Mode and Range

Mean, Median, Mode and Range

Introductory activity to the use of averages and range for Functional Skills or GCSE Maths students. Certainly helps the methods and the maths to stick. M&M activity provides practice finding measures of mean, median, mode and Range, with the opportunity to develop skills when developing a chart to display data. Easily adaptable to suit your differentiation needs. Learners initially work in pairs, but the activity eventually involves working together as a whole group to compare the different amounts. It also has a review of converting fractions, decimals, and percents. M&M’s will need to be purchased to complete this activity.
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High School Statistics

High School Statistics

These comprehensive Statistics notes and examples cover topics from the Math Common Core for High Schools. There is a student booklet with detailed notes and spaces for them to fill in the solutions to the examples. A separate teacher booklet contains full worked solutions for all examples. The student booklet is provided as a Word document as well as a pdf so that you can edit it to suit the needs of your class. The areas covered are: mathematical modelling; representing data (frequency distributions, stem and leaf diagrams, histograms, measures of location, coding, quartiles and percentiles); measures of dispersion (box plots, skewness, percentiles, variance, standard deviation, frequency tables) probability (Venn diagrams, tree diagrams, conditional probability, independent and mutually exclusive events, number of arrangements) correlation and regression discrete random variables normal distribution
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Year 5 - Full Autumn Term

Year 5 - Full Autumn Term

Buy the entire Year 5 Autumn Term bundle for half the price of buying them individually! This bundle contains over 60 resources and covers every single small step from the White Rose Maths scheme of learning for the Autumn Term. The resources encourage the use of concrete manipulatives so they are great for those using a CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Reasoning and problem solving activities are also included for each block of learning.
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Year 5 - Week 7 - Statistics

Year 5 - Week 7 - Statistics

This is pack 2 of 2 on Year 5 statistics and covers the small steps Two Way Tables and Timetables.  The resources aim to help children gain a deeper understanding of the concepts covered in the topic. The resources include fluency, reasoning and problem solving activities and more open ended problems to support and extend your whole class. I hope you find them useful.
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Year 5 - Week 6 - Statistics

Year 5 - Week 6 - Statistics

This is pack 1 of 2 on Year 5 statistics and covers the small steps Read and Interpret Line Graphs, Draw Line Graphs and Use Line Graphs to Solve Problems.  The resources aim to help children gain a deeper understanding of the concepts covered in the topic. The resources include fluency, reasoning and problem solving activities and more open ended problems to support and extend your whole class. I hope you find them useful.
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Drawing and Interpreting Pie Charts Whole Lesson

Drawing and Interpreting Pie Charts Whole Lesson

An excellent and extensive Powerpoint which teaches students how to draw and interpret Pie Charts given a set of data. The Powerpoint also teaches the importance of pie charts in a real life context and encourages discussions. There are solid links with ratio, fractions and proportion. The Powerpoint also includes plenty of questions for students to attempt, including extension activities for more able students.
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Challenging Maths games

Challenging Maths games

For 12-13 yeard olds. Covers all aspects of grade seven Mathematics Curriculum Fifteen problem solving pages and ten pages for answers. The challenge is to solve an exciting crime which requires logically and diverse thinking skills.
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Data collection and types of data

Data collection and types of data

A unit of work to introduce types of data and to discuss different ways of collecting data. The zip file contains: A PowerPoint (pptx) slide on two-way tables used as a lesson starter. A PowerPoint (pptx) presentation that asks questions about types of data (primary/secondary, qualitative/quantitative) and data collection techniques including types of sampling. It also briefly looks at how different types of data can be represented in bar charts, frequency diagrams and histograms. A worksheet (pdf/docx) on collecting data where students match types of data to keywords such as primary, secondary, qualitative, quantitative, discrete and continuous. A Match-up activity (pdf/docx) on sampling methods, where students match the method with its description and some advantages and disadvantages of the technique. Includes an answer sheet. A worksheet (pdf/docx) about surveys showing 7 different survey questions. Students are asked for one criticism of each question and to rewrite it in a more suitable form. A worksheet (pdf/docx) about representing data containing 5 questions. Each question has a table containing data and students are asked to draw 2 bar charts, a pie chart, a line graph and a scatter graph. This is a good revision exercise to remind students of the variety of graphs they already know how to draw.
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Stem and Leaf diagrams

Stem and Leaf diagrams

The zip file contains: A PowerPoint presentation (pptx) on stem and leaf diagrams. It shows how to draw a stem and leaf diagram from a set of unordered data and find the median. It also shows 2 other sets of data and asks students what questions they might be asked about this data. A worksheet (pdf/docx) to go with the presentation with 2 sets of data. One is raw data and one is in the form of a stem and leaf diagram. Students are asked to think up their own questions about the data.
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Reading and Interpreting Bar Graph Worksheet for Greater Depth Year 6

Reading and Interpreting Bar Graph Worksheet for Greater Depth Year 6

Useful tool for reasoning practise in Year 6. Includes a hand-drawn bar-graph for interpretation (best done with a ruler). Also useful for identifying children who are not counting from the correct place and producing erroneous answers. Exercise also includes a second sheet where children need to identify different quantities on a speedometer and a scale. This will require some decimal conversion requiring division and multiplication by 1000 (grams to kilograms and vice-versa).
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Gordon the Gamekeeper - Maths on the Moor

Gordon the Gamekeeper - Maths on the Moor

Gordon the Gamekeeper has been conducting a study on the effect of predators to the Lapwing population on two Northern moors. Lapwings are ground-nesting birds which are in serious decline. One possible factor for this decline in moorland areas is thought to be the predation of nesting birds, eggs and chicks by foxes and crows. To test this hypothesis an experiment was undertaken in Northumberland from 2002 to 2007. Two plots of moorland, each about 1,200 hectares, were selected, one in Otterburn, the other in Bellshiel. For the three years 2002-2004, the predators were removed on the Otterburn plot but left alone on Bellshiel. For the following three years, 2005-2007, the strategy was reversed: predators were removed from the Bellshiel plot but left alone at Otterburn. The data collected is real-world data from which can be explored to prove or disprove the theory that removing predators improves the breeding success of Lapwings. This resource asks the students to prove the theory using maths and logic. The answers are also provided. The questions allow for discussion around a real world example of how the countryside works, especially the interaction between species and the affect they have on each other. Furthermore it demonstrates how Gamekeepers can help to maintain the balance of nature for the benefit of all.
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Histograms - complete introductory lesson

Histograms - complete introductory lesson

A complete introductory lesson presentation on variable width histograms. Description of features of variable width histogram. Constructing histograms and calculating frequencies and frequency density with examples. Interpreting histograms. Estimating amounts between intervals. Worked exam question. Includes class question worksheet and a homework sheet - all with solutions.
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Interpreting Line Graphs Exercise to Show Understanding Year 5/6 (diff)

Interpreting Line Graphs Exercise to Show Understanding Year 5/6 (diff)

An exercise where children will have to study two sets of temperature data produced in Excel. They will need to interpret this data and answer questions relating to difference, negative numbers in context, more than, less than etc. A good task to demonstrate current understanding and track progress in data handling. Also a useful exercise in the run-up to the SATs as reading line-graphs and interpreting negative numbers in context is often present.
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Weekly & Monthly Weather Recording Graph

Weekly & Monthly Weather Recording Graph

Check out this fun and engaging template for students to track weather patterns. Broken into 5 categories including sunny and clear, cloudy, rainy, windy, and snowy, students will fill in a box above each category based on that day’s observed weather. Two templates are included in this product including a weekly tracking form and a larger monthly format, to fit your needs. Students will develop weather skills, observation and inquiry skills while also improving their bar graph knowledge!
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Averages for grouped data

Averages for grouped data

The zip files contains the following: A PowerPoint presentation with 3 exam style questions on finding averages from grouped data. Each question is completed incorrectly on the first slide in order to discuss common misconceptions and then the correct answer is worked through on the following slide (pptx). A small starter activity looking at different ways continuous data can be grouped (pdf). A worksheet on finding median values from grouped frequency tables with an answer sheet (pdf and docx). A worksheet on finding the estimated mean from discrete grouped data (pdf and docx). A collection of 8 exam style questions on finding averages from both discrete and continuous data. This can be used as another worksheet or the students can be split into groups and each group given a pair of questions to work through (pdf).
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Creating Pie charts

Creating Pie charts

Power Point presentation, 16 slides, Explaining how to create and use Pie charts to represent information, and how to obtain information from a Pie chart based on the National Curriculum KS3 Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-FtiXzb9foL6xsMqmuNapJNiLHVcbYaN/view?usp=sharing
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GCSE Maths Revision : Questionnaires Worksheet

GCSE Maths Revision : Questionnaires Worksheet

A GCSE Maths Worksheet covering Questionnaires Suitable for GCSE Students sitting the 9 – 1, A-Level Maths students revision and some Key Stage 3 students. Suitable for all the big examination boards including AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC. This was taken from my 150 Page workbook which covers many more maths topics. Please check it out here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-mathematics-150-page-summer-holiday-workbook-11940692 Or alternatively Check my store for other individual free worksheets such as this one. If you like it please leave a comment below, use the rating system or send us a message. All feedback is valued & welcome. Enjoy!
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