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Data handling - mix and match activity

Data handling - mix and match activity

Data handling activity - mainly for my lower abilities to recognise graphs, pictograms, tally chart etc. Let me know if you spot a mistak. Part of a bigger set. Used as a morning starter. This was one of the weaker points in the learning so this activity was made to address this (KS1)

By aspiasumi

Mathematics Marking Set Bundle 1

Mathematics Marking Set Bundle 1

There are 15 sets of marking slips included in this bundle covering a range of mathematical topics. These slips can also be used as challenge cards or as extension activities.

By n_good77

Pie Chart - Year 6

Pie Chart - Year 6

Learning Objective: To interpret and construct pie charts. A differentiated collaborative task for year 6 about favourite tourist spots in Al-Ain, UAE. Also includes research tasks and practice questions for procedural fluency.

By fpax

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Bar Charts - Edexcel (Low ability) KS2/KS3

Bar Charts - Edexcel (Low ability) KS2/KS3

Hi, This lesson is designed for students that really struggle to understand the core understanding of Bar charts. This lesson looks into understanding bar charts, interpreting bar charts and solving problems using bar-line charts. The worksheet provided has the 3 tasks (RAG) the students will be completing within the lesson (including solutions). The Learning objectives covered are: - I can clearly interpret Bar Charts to extract information. - I can construct Bar Charts correctly by displaying the relevant information. - I can explain and construct a bar line chart Please read the above before purchasing, Thank you. Enjoy! Miss.S.Rindi

By Sarita_Rindi

Roller Coaster Data - Collecting, Organizing, Analyzing, Comparing & Data

Roller Coaster Data - Collecting, Organizing, Analyzing, Comparing & Data

Looking for a fun, interactive and engaging math activity to end your Measurement & Data Unit? Using Roller Coaster Data your students will: -Use data to represent specific pieces of information about roller coasters -Demonstrate the ability to collect, organize, and display data in number lines, bar graphs and line graphs. -Explain that data come in many forms and that collecting, organizing, and displaying data can be done in many ways. Student will collect data on roller coasters from two different theme parks. They will then design their own graph interpreting the data. Once they have completed their two data graphs, students will compare & contrast both graphs.

By sarah_mcnamara43

Middle Years Writing Bundle

Middle Years Writing Bundle

Product Description This is a great value bundle of these ten standalone products targeting Middle School Writing Skills. Each lesson focuses on a particular genre and highlights a particular textual feature. Every lesson contains: ★ Model Text ★ Structural Analysis ★ Transition Words or other useful textual feature focus ★ Planning Handouts/ Graphic Organizers ★ Writing Prompts ★ Grading Rubrics ★ Teacher's Notes Genres included: ✓ Describing a Process (Procedural Texts) ✓ Narrative Writing ✓ Describing Data (Change) ✓ Describing Data (Making Comparisons) ✓ Expressing an Opinion ✓ Cause and Effect Writing ✓ Problem and Solution Writing ✓ Persuasive/ Argument Writing (An Argument with Evidence) ✓ Informational/ Expository Writing ✓ Compare and Contrast Writing

By LanguageArtsLab

Describing Data: Making Comparisons

Describing Data: Making Comparisons

Product Description This resource is one of ten standalone products targeting Middle School Writing Skills. Each lesson focuses on a particular genre and highlights a particular textual feature. This product ***Describing Data: Comparisons*** focuses on: • Adverbs/ adjectives of Intensity • Writing numbers in texts • Interpreting and explaining information from pie-charts Every lesson contains: ★ Model Text ★ Structural Analysis ★ Transition Words or other useful textual feature focus ★ Planning Handouts/ Graphic Organizers ★ Writing Prompts ★ Grading Rubrics ★ Teacher's Notes Other resources/ genres in this series include: ✓ Describing a Process (Procedural Texts) ✓ Narrative Writing ✓ Describing Data (Change) ✓ Describing Data (Making Comparisons) ✓ Expressing an Opinion ✓ Cause and Effect Writing ✓ Problem and Solution Writing ✓ Persuasive/ Argument Writing (An Argument with Evidence) ✓ Informational/ Expository Writing ✓ Compare and Contrast Writing

By LanguageArtsLab

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Pictorgram - Edexcel (Very low ability) SEN

Pictorgram - Edexcel (Very low ability) SEN

Hi, This lesson is designed for students that really struggle to understand the core understanding of pictograms. This lesson looks into understanding pictograms, interpreting pictograms and solving problems. The worksheet provided has the 3 tasks the students will be completing within the lesson (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. The Learning objectives covered are: - Emerging students will be able to identify and interpret the values of a pictogram. - Developing students will be able to distinguish the difference between a good and bad pictogram. - Establishing students will be able to complete an accurate pictogram. Please read the above before purchasing, Thank you. Enjoy! Miss.S.Rindi

By Sarita_Rindi

Carroll Diagram Differentiated Worksheet

Carroll Diagram Differentiated Worksheet

Carroll Diagram worksheet differentiated 3 ways. The children first sort objects (Lower Ability) or numbers (Middle Ability and Higher Ability) into a simple table. They then sort the objects or numbers into a Carroll Diagram and answer related questions.

By gracepreedy

Block/Bar Graphs Differentiated Worksheet - Crime Scene Theme

Block/Bar Graphs Differentiated Worksheet - Crime Scene Theme

I created this resource for my Y2 class during a week when they were 'detectives'. The worksheets are differentiated 3 ways based on the scales of the block graph. The children are given a partly completed table and partly completed block graph. They are to use one to help complete the other. The children are then given questions to answer where they must interpret the data given.

By gracepreedy