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Maths Problem Solving Transition Unit

Maths Problem Solving Transition Unit

These six lessons were put together so that they could be used during the first two weeks in year 7. Most problem solving activities are from Nrich. The unit encourages: mathematical thinking, language and team work. Six fun activities to introduce students to secondary maths.

By Charmartin19

Averages including range - Edexcel KS2/KS3 (Low/Middle ability)

Averages including range - Edexcel KS2/KS3 (Low/Middle ability)

Hi, This lesson is designed for students that really struggle to understand the core understanding of averages. This lesson looks into understanding the averages, range and solving problems. Interactive questions can be displayed or printed off from the PPT (including solutions). I have used this resource with 2 low ability groups and they thoroughly enjoyed the lesson. I have incorporated a wide use of differentiation and challenge within the PPT such as mini plenaries. This lesson took me 2 hours to each on both occasions. The Learning objectives covered are: - I can clearly identify different types of data. - I can use my knowledge to understand how to work out the mode, median and range. - I can understand how to calculate the mean of any given data. Please read the above before purchasing, Thank you. Enjoy! Miss.S.Rindi

By Sarita_Rindi

Mode, Median, Mean and Range worksheet with solutions KS2/KS3 (Low/middle ability)

Mode, Median, Mean and Range worksheet with solutions KS2/KS3 (Low/middle ability)

This worksheet can be displayed on the board for students to look at or you can print the pages out. RAG sections to challenge students and support each child based on their own ability. Problem solving sections included for enhancing students. Solutions provided on each slide so it is easier for you to mark or for students to peer/self assess. Please read the above before purchasing. Thank you! Enjoy!

By Sarita_Rindi

Top ten tests - Target 5

Top ten tests - Target 5

Full preview available at https://www.missbanks.co.uk/top-ten-tests These papers test skills that appear on foundation tier papers, aimed at students working at/towards grade 5. Each set of these papers test 10 skills at GCSE level. Each set has 4 versions to choose from with increasing levels of difficulty: 4 Green > 4 Yellow > 4 Red > 2 Blue For example, A green paper simultaneous equations question has the same coefficient of y. A blue paper simultaneous equations question is worded with a contextual answer. This allows you to build up students confidence and improve their skills at a pace appropriate for your class. There are worked solutions to accompany every paper. There is also a spreadsheet included for you to record your overall class scores and also question by question scores.

By mizz_happy

GCSE (9-1) Mathematics.  Mixed Problems.

GCSE (9-1) Mathematics. Mixed Problems.

A set of 3 worksheets each with 10 problems. Topics covered include percentages, passage of time, tax and discount in shopping context, inequalities, pay (hourly rate and payroll deductions), ratio, and simple interest on investment or loans. Answer sheets and exit ticket included. Good for general revision and for assessment of areas that may need revisiting.

By ReallLanguages

Standard Form - Converting between ordinary numbers and standard form (including CATCHPHRASE)

Standard Form - Converting between ordinary numbers and standard form (including CATCHPHRASE)

Ideal resource for teaching pupils converting to and from ordinary numbers and standard form. There are four sections to the resource - each has some questions for the teacher to model with pupils and a slide with practice questions (some with extension style questions). Section 1: Converting big numbers (e.g. 340000) to standard form + Practice Questions Section 2: Converting small numbers (e.g. 0.0005) to standard form + Practice Questions There is also a catchphrase activity with 25 mixed questions covering sections 1 and 2 - clicking on a square reveals part of a picture. Great for pupil engagement, answer: good for nothing. Section 3: Converting standard form to ordinary numbers (big numbers) + Practice Questions Section 4: Converting standard form to ordinary numbers (small numbers) + Practice Questions

By pncullen1984

Inverse and composite functions - 2 complete lessons and mastery worksheets

Inverse and composite functions - 2 complete lessons and mastery worksheets

A complete lesson on inverse functions and a complete lesson on composite functions which both include a mastery worksheet. The lessons include a starter activity, a clear explanation of the concepts and loads of examples on how to calculate inverse and composite functions. The mastery worksheets are split into 3 sections (fluency, reasoning and problem solving) so students can master the topic. On the composite functions, it also includes an AQA exam question at the end so students can see how many marks would be awarded in the exam. Answers for both worksheets are included and the lessons include a plenary.

By joybooth

Composite functions - complete lesson and mastery worksheet

Composite functions - complete lesson and mastery worksheet

This is a complete lesson on composite functions and includes a mastery worksheet within the powerpoint. The lesson includes a starter activity based on substituting values into functions. A clear explanation on what a composite function is and how to calculate composite functions. 4 full examples on calculating composite functions. (2 with an input of a number, 2 with an input of a variable) A few questions for the students to try altogether before the worksheet. A mastery worksheet split into 3 sections (fluency, reasoning and problem solving) so students can master the topic. It also includes an AQA exam question at the end so students can see how many marks would be awarded in the exam. Answers for the worksheet. Plenary question getting students to spot the mistakes. If you are just looking for a composite functions worksheet, I have uploaded my worksheet separately, the link for this is below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/composite-functions-mastery-worksheet-11698078

By joybooth

Real Life Problem Solving: Decimal Place

Real Life Problem Solving: Decimal Place

I used this as an observed lesson and achieved Excellent'. Prior to this lesson I had worked with pupils on Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing subtractions. There is a warm up section which re-caps on many of the things that we covered in the week leading up to this lesson. Pupils then used I-Pads to scan the QR codes to retrieve the answers and self assessed or peer assessed. I then gave them the real life scenario of having to order a meal for a family on a budget. The worksheets are differentiated, the higher ability have more detailed criteria to hit making the budget more difficult more difficult to manage. There is a model of the worksheet which I completed with the whole class to ensure they understood how to complete it.

By nathanhowells

Escape from Mystery Mansion #1 - Number & Place Value

Escape from Mystery Mansion #1 - Number & Place Value

The first of a series of resources focused on escaping from the Mystery Mansion. Can recreate an escape room style activity in your classroom with no extra resources required. Focus on group work and problem solving skills. Recommended for groups of four students. Suitable for Key Stage 2 / early Key Stage 3 students.

By alvindraperbirdwatcher