Help Lionel gain full credit for his answers (he gives no working whatsoever); this one involves recurring decimals to fractions, surds (rationalising and expanding two brackets), proportion (recipes).
Lionel is still not offering any form of workings so your students’ job is to show Lionel how he should have presented his solution to get full marks. Topics include frequency tables, grouped frequency, set notation and probability (mutually exclusive).
Lionel is still refusing to writing any workings so your students need to show him the way. He is tackling trigonometry, bearings, parallel lines and speed (measures, which I know could come under Number but…)
Lionel doesn’t do workings; he loses most of the marks on a question which requires workings therefore. Can your students help him with inequalities, forming quadratics, equations and expanding brackets?
More Lionel stuff here; he doesn’t write his workings so loses loads of marks. Can your students help him? This is slightly more challenging than “Number 1”, involving standard form, LCM (involving prime factors), proportion, mixed numbers.
Lionel is a decent mathematician but will not write his method down so loses loads of marks in exams etc. Can your students help Lionel write full solutions? Here Lionel tackles averages, pie charts and probability (expected outcomes).
Lionel is pretty good at Maths but won’t show any workings; he therefore loses marks in tests and assessments. Can your classes show Lionel how to achieve full marks?
Lionel’s pretty good at Maths but shows no workings whatsoever; this means he gets very few marks even though he gets stuff correct or partly correct. Students need to show Lionel how to write a full solution so he can maximise his marks. The whole point of this is to get students discussing the steps to a successful solution. This involves forming and solving equations, substitution and algebraic fractions amongst other things.
Lionel is a great mathematician but won’t write any workings. He keeps losing marks as a result. Can you give full solutions so that Lionel understands how he can achieve full marks?