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Assessment Paper

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GCSE maths past paper questions with students friendly mark-scheme which targets higher ability students aiming for grades 6-9. The style of questions, however, aims to resemble the style of the corresponding exam board.
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Algebra

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Algebra Escape Room Knowledge Escape Room Quiz - End of term fun for the whole class. No printing required! Just project the Powerpoint and off you go. Built in timers, video clips and answer reveals after every slide. This is an educational fun immersive 'themed Escape Room’ experience. Have the students compete individually, in teams or as a whole class the choice is yours! This resource is a great team-building activity to keep your students engaged during the last few days (or week) leading up to the end of term. There are seven different challenging puzzles and you have the choice of setting the timer at easy, medium or high difficult level for each escape. Students will complete a variety of tasks using different skills including: problem-solving, critical thinking, reading comprehension, literacy challenges and some clever deduction. Visit www.cre8tiveresources.com for more excellent resources The puzzles, bonus questions and challenges are a fun way to assess a topic or subject area. This resource covers a variety of different elements including: vocabulary, key terms. key themes, general subject knowledge, literacy and much more… ** Escape Room Quiz Experience** Super Hero Escape Room Contents ☞ Interactive 26 slide Powerpoint Escape Room Challenge ☞ Optional Escape Certificates ☞ Optional Team Sheet (Print it or use scrap paper instead) Common FAQ’s ★Group sizes: 1-30 students per team - (Participants up to 180) ★Time: Approximately 50-60 minutes (Provide hints along the way if time is a factor!) ★Materials: Aside from Powerpoint - all students need is a pen / pencil. How to run this escape challenge This escape room can be done without any printing we have however still included a team sheet (Slide 2) should you wish to use it, if not plain paper will more than suffice. The escape room is story driven by a YouTube video which is split into 9 sections. Introduction - Puzzle 1 – Puzzle 2 - Puzzle 3 – Puzzle 4 – Puzzle 5 – Puzzle 6 – Puzzle 7 - Success At various points you will be instructed to pause the video at these points you can go to the next slide in the presentation. Each video section (excluding Introduction and Success) will be followed by a puzzle. Every puzzle has three built in timers in the lower right hand corner to put the teams on a time limit of your choice if you so wish. Once the timer has expired or everyone has completed the puzzle teams can check their answers on the next slide using the CLICK TO REVEAL boxes. Once all answers for the current puzzle have been revealed move on to the next video section and subsequent puzzle until all 7 puzzles have been completed and everyone has escaped successfully (Optional) Give out winning certificates to the highest scorers.
Gcse maths Assessment PaperQuick View
cchristiancchristian

Gcse maths Assessment Paper

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Gcse paper to help higher students prepare for their final assessments. The style of questions is therefore is challenging, but resembles the style of questions of the corresponding exam board (for Maths, it is Pearson Edexcel, AQA, OCR, etc)
Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, Sprint Assessment, AFL, DirtQuick View
Mr_FantMr_Fant

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, Sprint Assessment, AFL, Dirt

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This is a low stakes assessment with corresponding dirt activities. I have tended to print these onto coloured paper so that they are clear in learners books. You give the sprint assessment sheet to the class. Collect this in, mark this sheet and code the w3 and ebi according to the feedback powerpoint. Highlight which area they need to work on, print feedback sheets, give them their sprint assessment and feedback sheet back. They copy in their feedback from the powerpoint. They complete their feedforward task, using the worked example to try and improve. I have included full answers on the Marking sheet for all activities as well as all the pre-completed codes. If you want more precise feedback simply add it as another bullet point on the feedback pages.
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DannyCMarshallDannyCMarshall

Section A Functional Skills Level 2 Assessments

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In this resource, I have constructed 12 Section A (Non-Calculator) assessments for the NEW specification of Edexcel Functional Skills (Level 2) in Mathematics. There is also a PowerPoint with worked solutions/mark scheme to display. This resource is pitched at a similar level to the Section A Sample Paper that Edexcel has provided: Each assessment is four sides of A4 in length, each totalling 16 marks (as per Edexcel’s specification). The 12 x 4 questions cover the vast majority of the Edexcel specification, with topics including: Estimation Substituting numbers into formulae and ‘word formulae’ Order, approximate and compare decimals Add, subtract, multiply or divide decimals Calculate using ratios and direct proportion (I felt inverse proportion would be too difficult for non-calculator tests) Calculate amounts of money, percentage increases and percentage decreases Compound Measures: (Speed = distance / time), (Density = mass / volume) Perimeters and Areas of 2D shapes Drawing plans and side views Angles Median and Mode of a set of quantities Compare the mean, median, mode and range of datasets NB: Each of these topics are not covered equally. Please check my shop and YouTube channel for future resources.
Maths assessment - year 8 - aligns with SOW provided on TES ResourcesQuick View
BW_2012BW_2012

Maths assessment - year 8 - aligns with SOW provided on TES Resources

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CHALLENGING practice assessment AND main assessment - with answers for both. Spring Term. New maths curriculum. Test covers(skill by skill - referencing DfE bullet points - in order taught & tested rather than DfE order): Number: N1, N2, N4, N7, N5, N15, N10, N11, N9, N3, N8, N12, N16, N6 Algebra: A3, A8, A1, A4, A14, A2, A7, A5, A6, A15, A11, A16, A10, A9, A12, A13 Ratio, Proportion & Rates of Change: RPR3, RPR2, RPR8, RPR1, RPR7, RPR4, RPR5, RPR6 Geometry & Measure: GM1, GM2, GM8, GM9, GM3, GM4, GM5, GM10, GM11 Statistics: S1, S2 Probability: P1, P2
Algebra Indices Year 9 Intermediate Maths NSW PaperQuick View
hoad13hoad13

Algebra Indices Year 9 Intermediate Maths NSW Paper

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A 20 mark paper on a mix of Algebra and Indices as a homework or assessment page to review a unit. Could be used as a pre or post test. Set for Australian NSW Maths Syllabus outcomes. Comes with a PDF, Word and PDF Answer version.
Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 1Quick View
silvestertimsilvestertim

Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 1

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This paper provides a range of practice questions covering negative numbers and algebraic expressions, angles and line segments, properties of 2D shapes, location and spread of data, and factors multiples and primes. The paper provides an opportunity to assess understanding of the topics covered in my Mathematics ages 11 to 14 worksheets Compilation 1.
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Chu96Chu96

Revision Lesson and Activities - Algebra

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This is a complete lesson for revising the following algebra topics at KS3 and 4: - Rules of algebra - Solving linear equations - Algebraic fractions - Changing the subject - Simultaneous equations Begins with whiteboard work for assessment, then moves to 5 mini-treasure hunts. I printed each treasure hunt on different coloured paper and let the students choose which they wanted to start on. Includes a treasure hunt template for students to fill in, "Before" and "After" self-evaluation forms and an extension worksheet.
GCSE Maths 9-1 Algebra & Number WorkbookQuick View
AJMathsAJMaths

GCSE Maths 9-1 Algebra & Number Workbook

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This is a detailed resource that I use as a Workbook for my students It is 52 pages long and over 7300 words, There are 312 practise questions and just over 60 Detailed worked examples of GCSE style questions and can easily cover a good chunk of the GCSE Maths 9-1 Exam paper material The End of topic questions can also be used as weekly assessments to test pupils understanding or as homeworks through the year. The topics covered are all under the Algebra section and Number section from the GCSE Maths 9-1 curriculum (Mainly Edexcel and AQA but still applies for all other main exam boards) Any solutions can be provided, please email me at AJMathsT@Gmail.com Topics covered: ‘Simplifying Algebraic Expressions’ ‘Expanding and Factorising’ ‘Solving Equations and Inequalities’ ‘Indices’ ‘Solving Quadratic equations’ ‘Simultaneous Equations’ ‘Functions’ ‘Simplifying Algebraic Fractions’ ‘Completing the Square’ ‘Expanding Triple Brackets’ ‘Fractions’ ‘Percentages’ ‘Rounding and approximation’ ‘Error Intervals’ ‘Surds’ ‘Sequences’ ‘Standard Form’ ‘Recurring Decimals’ ‘Repeated Counting’
Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 2Quick View
silvestertimsilvestertim

Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 2

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This paper provides a range of practice questions covering negative numbers and algebraic expressions, angles and line segments, properties of 2D shapes, location and spread of data, equivalent fractions and ratios, fractions and the four operations, coordinate geometry and equations of lines, translations, rotations and reflections, collecting terms and solving equations and factors multiples and primes. The paper provides an opportunity to assess understanding of the topics covered in my Mathematics ages 11 to 14 worksheets Compilations 1 and 2.
Numbers and algebraQuick View
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Numbers and algebra

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Numbers and algebra Escape Room Knowledge Escape Room Quiz - End of term fun for the whole class. No printing required! Just project the Powerpoint and off you go. Built in timers, Video clips and answer reveals after every slide. This is an educational fun immersive ‘Underwater themed Escape room’ experience. Have the students compete individually, in teams or as a whole class the choice is yours! This resource is a great team-building activity to keep your students engaged during the last few days (or week) leading up to the end of term. There are seven different challenging puzzles and you have the choice of setting the timer at easy, medium or high difficult level for each escape. Students will complete a variety of tasks using different skills including: problem-solving, critical thinking, reading comprehension, literacy challenges and some clever deduction. The puzzles, bonus questions and challenges are a fun way to assess a topic or subject area. This resource covers a variety of different elements including: vocabulary, key terms. key themes, general subject knowledge, literacy and much more… Numbers and algebra Escape Quiz Escape Room is fully editable and takes less than 1 Minute to set up. **Numbers and algebra Escape Quiz ** Underwater Escape Room Contents ☞ Interactive 26 slide Powerpoint Escape Room Challenge ☞ Optional Escape Certificates ☞ Optional Team Sheet (Print it or use scrap paper instead) Common FAQ’s ★Group sizes: 1-30 students per team - (Participants up to 180) ★Time: Approximately 50-60 minutes (Provide hints along the way if time is a factor!) ★Materials: Aside from Powerpoint - all students need is a pen / pencil. How to run this escape challenge This escape room can be done without any printing we have however still included a team sheet (Slide 2) should you wish to use it, if not plain paper will more than suffice. The escape room is story driven by a YouTube video which is split into 9 sections. Introduction - Puzzle 1 – Puzzle 2 - Puzzle 3 – Puzzle 4 – Puzzle 5 – Puzzle 6 – Puzzle 7 - Success At various points you will be instructed to pause the video at these points you can go to the next slide in the presentation. Each video section (excluding Introduction and Success) will be followed by a puzzle. Every puzzle has three built in timers in the lower right hand corner to put the teams on a time limit of your choice if you so wish. Once the timer has expired or everyone has completed the puzzle teams can check their answers on the next slide using the CLICK TO REVEAL boxes. Once all answers for the current puzzle have been revealed move on to the next video section and subsequent puzzle until all 7 puzzles have been completed and everyone has escaped successfully (Optional) Give out winning certificates to the highest scorers.
Algebra ReviewQuick View
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Algebra Review

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Year 8 Algebra Pre-test or Review of key concepts. Same document as a Word or PDF.
ONESIE - Algebra - Skills & Knowledge CheckQuick View
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ONESIE - Algebra - Skills & Knowledge Check

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5 one pages resources (excellent for cover) with 20 quick, yet relevant questions. These are the kind of questions which are found in the beginning of the Foundation Paper, which students often get wrong. I have added a sheet with hints and tips for students who require additional support. Topics include: equations, percentage, speed/distance/time, conversions, basic Pythagoras, ratio, probability. Excellent as a starter/settler/test. Supplied with answers - for quick assessment (and reduced wasted teaching time). Flash the answers up on the board - students mark their work and score their progress. Can be printed as a booklet and given as homework.
Algebraic Expressions homework or revision resourceQuick View
silvestertimsilvestertim

Algebraic Expressions homework or revision resource

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This resource is accompanied by an answer document. It is aimed at students who have been taught algebraic expressions, including collecting terms, multiplying out brackets, factorising and simplifying quotients. The questions include work on perimeter, area, volume and arithmetic sequences. A grading system based on the new GCSE specification is suggested, but this resource would be equally useful in the US. The paper can be printed onto a single A3 folded sheet and there are a total of 60 marks. It can be used as a homework or a revision resource, or to assess general understanding at the end of the topic with plenty of extension and differentiated content available.
New Sats 2016 Paper 2 Reasoning - bundle of 5 assessmentsQuick View
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New Sats 2016 Paper 2 Reasoning - bundle of 5 assessments

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Pack of 5 papers modelled on material for Sample 2016 KS2 mathematics: MLP version of test Paper 2: reasoning Each one contain 20 questions ( students have 40 minutes to do this test and they can score 36 marks in total). A great way to get your students ready for 2016 Maths SATs. Can be used for classwork assessment, homework, practice papers or great Easter revision booklet.
New Sats 2016 Paper 3 Reasoning - bundle of 5 assessmentsQuick View
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New Sats 2016 Paper 3 Reasoning - bundle of 5 assessments

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Pack of 5 papers modelled on material for Sample 2016 KS2 mathematics: 2016 sample KS2 mathematics Paper 3: reasoning Each one contain 20 questions ( students have 40 minutes to do this test and they can score 35 marks in total). A great way to get your students ready for 2016 Maths SATs. Can be used for classwork assessment, homework, practice papers or great revision booklet.
Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 4Quick View
silvestertimsilvestertim

Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 4

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This paper provides a range of practice questions covering coordinate geometry and equations of lines, perimeter, area and volume, circles, equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages, fractions and the four operations, averages and range, and real life graphs and use of formulae. The paper provides an opportunity to assess understanding of the topics covered in my Mathematics ages 11 to 14 worksheets Compilation 5.
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Christmas Maths Algebra

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Christmas Maths Algebra Escape Room Escape Room Knowledge Escape Room Quiz - End of term fun for the whole class. No printing required! Just project the Powerpoint and off you go. Built in timers, video clips and answer reveals after every slide. This is an educational fun immersive 'themed Escape Room’ experience. Have the students compete individually, in teams or as a whole class the choice is yours! This resource is a great team-building activity to keep your students engaged during the last few days (or week) leading up to the end of term. There are seven different challenging puzzles and you have the choice of setting the timer at easy, medium or high difficult level for each escape. Students will complete a variety of tasks using different skills including: problem-solving, critical thinking, reading comprehension, literacy challenges and some clever deduction. Visit www.cre8tiveresources.com for more excellent resources The puzzles, bonus questions and challenges are a fun way to assess a topic or subject area. This resource covers a variety of different elements including: vocabulary, key terms. key themes, general subject knowledge, literacy and much more… ** Escape Room Quiz Experience** Super Hero Escape Room Contents ☞ Interactive 26 slide Powerpoint Escape Room Challenge ☞ Optional Escape Certificates ☞ Optional Team Sheet (Print it or use scrap paper instead) Common FAQ’s ★Group sizes: 1-30 students per team - (Participants up to 180) ★Time: Approximately 50-60 minutes (Provide hints along the way if time is a factor!) ★Materials: Aside from Powerpoint - all students need is a pen / pencil. How to run this escape challenge This escape room can be done without any printing we have however still included a team sheet (Slide 2) should you wish to use it, if not plain paper will more than suffice. The escape room is story driven by a YouTube video which is split into 9 sections. Introduction - Puzzle 1 – Puzzle 2 - Puzzle 3 – Puzzle 4 – Puzzle 5 – Puzzle 6 – Puzzle 7 - Success At various points you will be instructed to pause the video at these points you can go to the next slide in the presentation. Each video section (excluding Introduction and Success) will be followed by a puzzle. Every puzzle has three built in timers in the lower right hand corner to put the teams on a time limit of your choice if you so wish. Once the timer has expired or everyone has completed the puzzle teams can check their answers on the next slide using the CLICK TO REVEAL boxes. Once all answers for the current puzzle have been revealed move on to the next video section and subsequent puzzle until all 7 puzzles have been completed and everyone has escaped successfully (Optional) Give out winning certificates to the highest scorers.
Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 3Quick View
silvestertimsilvestertim

Maths Key Stage 3 Assessment or Practice Paper 3

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This paper provides a range of practice questions covering decimals and the four operations, collecting terms and solving equations, angle calculations and measure. The paper provides an opportunity to assess understanding of the topics covered in my Mathematics ages 11 to 14 worksheets Compilation 4.