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Percentages (Mental)

Percentages (Mental)

Calculate percentages of quantities mentally. Six different boards where classes need to find 6 correct and three wrong answers. Good lesson starter.
dmartin55
Simple Percentages worksheet #1

Simple Percentages worksheet #1

This is a series of questions testing basic knowledge of percentages. They should be solved by converting the common percentages to fractions. They start easy then introduce increases and decreases, then more difficult numbers. Full solutions included.
dh2119
Functional skills or GCSE maths. Basic probability whole lesson and answers

Functional skills or GCSE maths. Basic probability whole lesson and answers

This is a whole lesson on basic probability. Learning outcomes are: Be able to: Convert between fractions decimals and percentages. Calculate probability Draw an accurately labelled probability scale Included are a basic PPT, Scenario cards for a starter to show what a probability scale is. A workbook with a variety of questions. An exam scenario with mark scheme. All answers are on the Power point. Includes lesson plan, extension and plenary. Everything needed for a 2 hour lesson. More lessons for £3 in my store lets get functional skills maths
jonesk5
Research Banking Products

Research Banking Products

Using the internet and the accompanying worksheet to guide them, students research the costs and benefits associated with various banking products. This the third in a series of lessons around saving / borrowing / budgeting for a holiday (Lessons 1, 2, 4, 5 also available -"1: Design your dream holiday" / "2: Methods of Saving & Borrowing" / "4: Budgeting" / "5: Applying" individually or together in a bundle "Saving, Borrowing, Budgeting for a Dream Holiday." Can be used as PSHE lessons, Introduction to Financial / Economic Awareness, Travel & Tourism. Probably more geared towards KS3, but could work for KS4 depending on ability level and prior knowledge.
cejaeggi
Clumsy Clive On Percentages

Clumsy Clive On Percentages

Clive is having issues with percentages, including "of a number", percentage change, repeated change and reverse percentages. Please help Clive correct his work and explain what he's done wrong. Designed to create discussion and allow students to demonstrate their thinking/understanding.
alutwyche
Exit Ticket - Reverse Percentages

Exit Ticket - Reverse Percentages

I give this to the students (printed in A4 or A5 depending on how much room they need) at the end of the lesson to assess an overview of the lesson. I mark it as soon as I can (ha) and it allows me to spot any misconceptions. The last question is a challenge one to push the most able students.
brodieburton
Fraction and Decimals

Fraction and Decimals

All fractions, decimal and percentages topic progression included with fully creative lesson plans.
Edustem1